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  • Lophotrochozoa

    When I read tweets about plans for EGS I want to eventually kow what they are referring to. Here is a list of such tweets. I have a separate list for tweets about upcoming EGS:NP storylines. Tweets not by Dan are in italics.

    • Some readers really like Ashley, some readers really don't. Part of it is because she's so nice. Huh. You know, there's another really nice character... Yeah, I'm looking forward to Ashley meeting Grace. I can understand not liking that Ashley is dating Elliot and not Susan, but Susan's got enough on her plate. Besides, it's socially acceptable for them to share Elliot, right? *Crickets chirping* I SAID... Part of the deal with Elliot and Ashley is they enable each other's over the top do-gooderness. There are pros and …
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  • Lophotrochozoa

    In the time I've been reading EGS (and especially Daniel Elliot Shive's twitter accounts) he has announced the following EGSNP storylines (this list does not include storylines that started soon after they were announced):

    1. Grace playing a Skyrim-like video game (announced late 2016)
    2. A storyline about Nanase and Akiko (announced late 2016)
    3. A sequel to Escape From The Mall starring Kitty and Felix (announced March 8, 2017)
    4. A detective story starring Elijah (announced early 2017)
    5. Goonmanji 2 (announced April 28, 2017 or earlier depending on how you count)
    6. A transformation-heavy storyline after Goonmanji 2 (announced May 2017). This may have referred to Ellen Demo, which wound up being before Goonmanji 2.
    7. A storyline with male form fanservice (announ…
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  • Lophotrochozoa

    For rules see part 1


    • End Of An Era (overall): Elliot, Sarah, Susan, Ellen, Tedd, Nanase, Diane, Justin
      • End Of An Era, part 1 (the Verres' house): Susan, Elliot, Tedd, Justin
      • End Of An Era, part 1 (the dojo): Grace, Ellen, Greg
      • End Of An Era, part 1 (the restaurant): Sarah, Nanase
      • End Of An Era, part 1 (the Dunkels' house): Elliot, Ellen
      • End Of An Era, part 2 (the Verres' house, December 24): Sarah, Grace
      • End Of An Era, part 2 (chatroom): Susan, Justin
      • End Of An Era, part 2 (Diane's or Rhoda's house): Diane, Rhoda
      • End Of An Era, part 2 (the Verres' house, December 27): Elliot, Tedd
      • End Of An Era, part 2 (the Dunkels' house): Elliot, Sarah
      • End Of An Era, part 2 (epilogue): (too split to list)
    • Family Tree (overall): Nanase, Ellen, Diane, Not-Tengu, Charlotte, Edward Ve…

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  • Lophotrochozoa

    For rules see part 1


    • Indiana Elliot And The Temple Of Swedish Furniture (the Verres' house): Tedd, Elliot
    • Indiana Elliot And The Temple Of Swedish Furniture (the Dunkels' house): Elliot, mr. Dunkel, mrs. Dunkel, Ellen
    • Indiana Elliot And The Temple Of Swedish Furniture (Swedekea): Elliot, Noah
    • Hammerchlorians (overall): Susan, Sarah, Jerry, Grace, Nanase, french vampire, old Helena and Demetrius, Rich, Larry, Catalina
      • Hammerchlorians, part 1: Susan, Sarah, Grace, Catalina, Justin, Rich, Larry
      • Hammerchlorians, part 2 (flashback): Susan, Nanase, french vampire, old Helena and Demetrius
      • Hammerchlorians, part 2 (present): Susan, Sarah, Grace
      • Hammerchlorians, part 3: Susan, Jerry, Sarah, Grace
    • T-Minus: Magus, Sirleck
    • New And Old Flames (overall): Justin, Elliot, Noah, Voltaire (not…

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  • Lophotrochozoa

    Story arc usually means overarching story but many of EGS's so-called story arcs (El Goonish Shive, New and Old Friends, arguably Night Out, The Morning After, Shadows After Dark, Hidden Genesis, Bringing Silly Back, 9001% Serious, The Dawn, Pandoras Box and The New World) are arbitrary groupings of consecutive but otherwise unrelated storylines. Single long storylines (Sister, Painted Black, most of Before The Party, Grace's Birthday Party and Sister 3; Sister II tries to be of this kind but its halfway plot switches are too jarring) and storyline groups that are intermediate between these kinds (Summer) could generously be called overarching but these words are best used for plot threads that dominate several storylines. For this reason …

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