Discussion in 'Crunch Cup' started by John McGuirk, May 25, 2012.
And I thought the dead horse John's always flogging was a metaphor.
John thinks a metaphor is something to use when playing golf with a haunch of meat.
If I wasn't running the Cup itself, I'd be back writing with the Courier - a great fun experience that helped me both learn more about Blood Bowl through match reporting, and helped stir my creativity and writing skills which I hadn't touched on since university - really recommend it!
I resent that, Nik. I have a name, you know!
Thought that the quoted post could really have been posted here as well and actually fit here better. Take a look:
Thought I'd follow up the PM I sent with a post here.
I'd be interested in helping out with the Courier. I've done a little scripted Blood Bowl highlight videos before, so I think it would be a fun opportunity. I'm going to be pretty busy in the next couple weeks, but I'll be able to help more as the tournament progresses.
As an added benefit to those working with the Courier, they can now see the CCXII divisions in their secret courier forum, several days before anyone else. (I haven't seeded them in-game yet )
If you feel you want to help the courier - contact the esteemable John McGuirk by PM. All you need to do is to write a couple of paragraphs, possibly on some topic or something.
Quality quips, quirky quotes, questionable quontent. These things a Crunch Cup Courier Correspondent can consider compulsory.
Hey, is the Courier still recruiting? I'd be up for writing some match reports or articles.
The Courier is always recruiting Remthar, welcome aboard
In fact we seem to be recruiting an editor right now...
Speaking of which, I've started a thread for the next edition. So, please everyone, hop in and claim what you'd like to do!
You may have noticed, but the Courier isn't out yet. And it won't be unless people write it! So get back onto the forum, you chumps!
Looks like people need to be writing! Where is this magical thread? I like to ramble! Perhaps I can ramble into a newspaper.
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