I've certainly had to do this with SSRs on many occasions.Agree completely. As a master of the run-on sentence I speak from unfortunate experience.
Novel writing instructors will tell you that you have to be prepared to "kill your darlings" which means no matter how in love you are with something you've written, you should always be prepared to sacrifice it in the name of clarity. If you're confusing or otherwise actively turning off the audience, the writer has to sacrifice their self image for the needs of the reader.
If Stanley meets a big dog it’s like tail straight up and “Stop That!...Get Away From Him! Stop Running ! DONT YOU EVEN FRICKIN LOOK AT ME !” then he acts nonchalant after making a scene, Lol. He actually gets along very well with most dogs,but ya never know.One of my niece's chihuahuas is called "Devil Dog". Thinks it's a rottweiller.
Yep.On topic: Some solid advice to immediately improve and speed up play is learn to identify the exact midpoint of any ‘hex to hex’ LOS. Take out a string and look at all the three hex and four hex range LOSs from a given hex. Notice the midpoint of most all LOSs is on the center of a hexside. Look at 5 hexs to whatever. Practice until you get good at it, enjoy.
I noticed this while playing SL, stumbled across it one day and have been refining it ever since.