[LNH] [Meta] Most Underrated

Saxon Brenton saxonbrenton at hotmail.com
Tue Nov 3 20:45:10 PST 2009

On Mon 2 Nov 2009 Andrew Perron <pwerdna at gmail.com> wrote:
> I was just reading Kieran O'Callaghan's F.I.S.H. Force in preparation for
> using the Red Herring in Just Imagine Saxon Brenton Using An Absurdly Long
> Name For A Cascade, and I was thinking. What's the LNH series that you
> think is most underrated - that could easily have gotten RACCies on
> quality, but was overlooked by the community at large?
Tricky.  Not only do I have to think back on what I like (which is easy 
enough if I bring up the series directory at the Eyrie archive and just 
scan down the names of the series and minis) but I then have to try and 
recall if there was any critial acclaim at the time.
Putting aside the obvious stuff that was acclaimed, like Dvandom Force, 
Writers Block Woman, Swordmaster, Teens In Trenchcoats, or Tales of the 
LNH, some of the things that IIRC were good but not particularly high 
profile include:
Curious Lass and Psionic Lad
Surreal Tales
Thesaurus Lass
The problem of course is that there were long periods in a.c.lnh and 
r.a.c.c.'s history when there wasn't much in the way of feedback, so lack 
of acclaim may simply have been because the apathy beast was gnawing on 
everybody's leg at the time...
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