We all know what it's like when a favorite TV show or series of some other kind gets canceled before it can be concluded. We all know that that kind of thing stinks and it shouldn't happen. It's a terrible, terrible fate that has been shared by countless stories, few of which have gotten the chance to reemerge after the fact and finish what they had started.
Well, my dear friends, now is one of those times. Day Run: The Garden has made it into the RPG Contest final poll. It's off to a bad start. Mine included, it has three votes. This saddens me, and like those TV shows, it will sadden the players if it does not get a chance to finish.
I'm repeating an old message here, one that I've been preaching for the past couple of weeks. The story is almost finished; we are so close
to finding out what ties everything in the Day Run storyline together -- what is the connection between Lyxek and the Director? What is the Collector, really? Who, exactly, is Rhashahk? And what in the devil's name is the deal with that rose?
All of that is in jeopardy. And we need your
help to save it. Yours is the vote that could make or break Day Run's continued existence. Please; if you have extra time, submit a vote for entry #8 over in the final poll.
If it wins, another story will have concluded, and a lot of people will be very happy as a result. If not... then this story may very well never see a conclusion.
Thank you for your time.UPDATE
At this point I would like to thank everyone who has either voted for Day Run or made a blog entry of their own to raise awareness for it; you guys rock!
At any rate, it's a close race, and it still needs votes to solidify a win. So, if you don't mind and have the time to do so, you should totes vote for Day Run in the contest -- along with whatever other two you want to vote for.
There are only two days left of voting, though, so hurry fast!UPDATE
Bumping again because Day Run has fallen behind.
Once again, if you haven't voted, please consider giving a vote to Day Run. It's one vote behind right now and the story is starting to go into some very interesting places. And, really, there's nothing to lose by voting for it, so if you are willing, please come and support us -- you'll make a number of people happy!
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