Thanks to an informative comment about spreadsheet functions from the helpful horizon, the BIG MASTER LIST now has added functionality. It now tracks how many reviews each reviewer has done, how many stories are on the list, and how many authors have been reviewed. That last one was a bit tricky and I’m not 100% sure it’s 100% accurate, but I think it is close. Especially after I went through and made sure each author’s name was the same for all of their story entries. Which let me adjust a few to copy/paste exactly how each name is on the FimFiction author pages. Which, as with anything that makes me go through the entire list entry by entry, lead me to discovering a new piece of trivia. PresentPerfect has a typo on the post Fic Recs, October 12th. He got one of the author names slightly wrong.
Current spreadsheet story count as of post going live: [1379 authors] [2942 Stories] [4535 Reviews] [29 reviewers]
- Feed Them by RainbowBob
- Entertain Them by PaulAsaran
- Hunt Them by PaulAsaran
Wow. That was dark. Got my interest though. No exposition at all, which I almost always enjoye. I’ll have to read the other stories in the series to see if they give more information about the disaster. Has a well realized crazy-in-denial version of Spike.
Wow. This one managed to be even darker. I’m still curious about things and plan to keep reading. Though I suspect none of the stories will actually focus on or explain the disaster itself. MLP zombie apocolypse would be interesting done right. Especially with all the hints tossed out in these two stories so far. Like using magic is a horrible idea for some reason and not being out after dark. Might even be something other than zombies involved. As effective as it has been, I do hope that the next story gives us something new. Two stories about crazy-in-denial is starting to wear out the idea’s welcome.
Dark in a different way. Much more typical survivors of a zombie apocalypse story. Still more interesting tidbits. Thought, this is the first one that I wish I had been reading about the disaster directly instead of wandering through the aftermath. The backstory seemed really interesting and would make a great disaster story.