Post # 1
Hey bees, I need a little help with my guest itinerary. A majority of our guests are gamers, but not all, and we’re planning on handing these out to all of our guests. Please let me know what you think, thanks!
Post # 3
I think these are cute but I’m a gamer. Your grandmother will probably be a little confused.
Post # 4
I know enough about gaming to understand this, but you said some of your guests aren’t. Could you make an alternative one for those guests?
Post # 6
As a gamer, I get it. I like it.
Someone who is not a part of the gaming community will probably get most of it.
The older generation, it will be lost on them.
Post # 7
Oh also you could put exclamation mark in front of the word quest! Legit
Post # 8
Not a gamer, fiance is, so I have been exposed to more than some non gamers. But, I dont think the concept of quest -> instructions -> reward is confusing at all. I think it is creative, and anyone that has trouble following (even though the times and title are there, like it says Ceremony, location, start time) will ask someone else. I don’t think they should be a problem, I think they are cute.
Post # 9
I’ve gamed some, and my husband is a gamer. I think it could work, but the formatting is throwing me off. It needs to be better spaced or layed out to be more pleasing to the eye though imo. It too much of a blurb of text right now.
Post # 10
LOL This is awesome. I especially love the PVP part.
Post # 11
I love this! i would be in my element if i recieved this for somones wedding
Post # 12
I’m not a gamer but I followed it. I do have a rough understand of WoW but have never played (although I’ve seen other people playing enough to know basic terminology).
Post # 13
Thanks for all of the suggestions. I’m going to work on making the text a little clearer, and I think I’m going to make a simple itinerary with a map of the area for the older crowd (parents, aunts, uncles, etc).
@lightmist: Love the “!” idea in front of the quests, I’m totally using that.
Post # 14
I’m a gamer, and I think they’re pretty cute! Older folks and non-gamers may not “get it”, but I think they can still figure out the schedule just fine.
I also like the idea of an exclamation point before each quest.
I’m sure completing this questline will give your guests lots of rep with you and FI!
Post # 15
This is hilarious, I love it. But I do find all the caps difficult to read.
Post # 16
- Wedding: August 2013 - The Liberty House
I get it, but I feel like you could use wording that’s a little more authentic. It would also be really funny if you offered a title reward lol- you could hand out name tags with the title for people who meet the (complex) achievement/quest requirements