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You may include notes but they will not be counted towards the word quota.
 
You may include notes but they will not be counted towards the word quota.
 
:If it is based off of a WWYD senerio, should the WWYD be included in the story text as well, and, once more, does it count for our overall character quota?
 
:If it is based off of a WWYD senerio, should the WWYD be included in the story text as well, and, once more, does it count for our overall character quota?
WWYD scenarios are fine but keep in mind that the narrative needs to be introduced and concluded in the same story. The set-up scenario '''should not''' be included in your post. If the story is complete and whole, then it should be able to stand on it's own, not requiring the supporting details of the scenario.
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WWYD scenarios are fine but keep in mind that the narrative needs to be introduced and concluded in the same story. The set-up scenario '''should not''' be included in your post. The story should be able to stand on it's own, not requiring the supporting details of the scenario.

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Can we, or can we not, include an authors note in the beginning or end of our entry, and iff so, does it count as part as our character quota?

You may include notes but they will not be counted towards the word quota.

If it is based off of a WWYD senerio, should the WWYD be included in the story text as well, and, once more, does it count for our overall character quota?

WWYD scenarios are fine but keep in mind that the narrative needs to be introduced and concluded in the same story. The set-up scenario should not be included in your post. The story should be able to stand on it's own, not requiring the supporting details of the scenario.

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