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written by Vampire on Jun 12, 2007 10:39
At first, I apologises for my misbehavior just done in the chat room,no offensive is meant
Then, Could I ask if I want to introduce Noctis to a group of Trekkies?
They are the first group of chinese trekkies
Some of them are hard-core.
Most of them are never heard of Noctis
Most of them are not very good in English(like me)
I was already failed once in introducing Noctis to them.
How to attract their eyes?
What about something like:
Achieve Warp 9.99999999955!
Complete Voyager's legendry cruise in only hours!
Who have any opinions?
Note:Sorry for my English!
krasnyj bibliotekar
written by Serpens on Jun 12, 2007 10:47
I have a few vague ideas, which might or might not help you. I hope they will.
For example, show them the vastness of Feltyrion. Try giving yourself negative fuel, and then make a 100 000 L.Y. jump from one edge of the galaxy to another in a few minutes. Show them the multitude and variety of star systems, planets, moons themselves and of their surfaces. Show them how ruins of ancient civilization(s) can be found on miscellaneous worlds out there. Show them the mysteries Noctis (or NICE) has, and what joy is to explore those mysteries. Just show them that in fact, Noctis is one enormous star trek, a huge galaxy to explore. You can boldly go where no Felysian has gone before!
written by Vampire on Jun 12, 2007 11:15
Thanks for your idea, Serpens.
but...er...I forgot to say, all of them (and me)are members of an online community or BBS,all things are transformed into thread and reply, just like here,not a face-to-face party in reality.
I think I need to write a full review include a trailer.
Any suggestions?
hidden agenda
written by Trad.a on Jun 12, 2007 11:24
I've exposed many of my chums to Noctis. How many have got it? None. Though it's an amazingly, fantastic piece of art don't think everybody will fall in love with it. You get it or you don't.
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