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Welcome to Starwing HQ, the insanity that passes as the Star Fox interviewers's website. Our sole purpose: To uncover the truth. The side of Star Fox, Nintendo never wanted you to see. Long may the insanity continue...

22 Aug 2007

I'm not accepting any new subsmissions at all for the time being. The site is currently in a completely unsustainable position where updates are so difficult, its sapping my energy and willpower. Over the next six or so months, it will be reorganised to make submissions faster and easier. Hopefully. Until then, if you wish to post something for someone to see, please use the forums.

10 Mar 2007
Yeah, whatever...

Sorry about the delay in an update, but I've been really busy lately. Really, really busy, with a course that doesn't allow me to access the Internet for personal reasons. I have little time for the site now and little energy, but I'll try and bring you as many updates as possible. That is... if you actually send me stuff. Anyway, here's what's new...

Well, that's it for now. I'd say something witty, but frankly, I'm just too tired. And now to dream of naked men.

23rd Dec 2006

Well, it's that time of year again... The time of year when I long to be able to taste authentic eggnog, but never do. I assume it's made out of Eggman, but I can't be sure until I've tried some of this alluringly out-of-reach drink. Anyway, have we got an update for you...

Anyway, have a nice holiday, whether it be Christmas, Hanukah or Kwanzaa or the celebration of the Winster Solstice.

16th Dec 2006
That's it?

Well, thanks to Xaber Graze for pointing out some errors with the website. In fact, he's been so helpful with his knack of noticing, I've given him his own section. He's up there with the greats now.

Before I tell you what's new, may I remind you of the Interview and Art Submission Tips? Please follow them, as it makes my job a lot easier.
P.S. Do not, ever send me an interview or Off Da Wall, or what have you, in HTML (*.htm or *.html) format if you made it with Microsoft Word. An Off Da Wall I received recently would have made today's update, if it wasn't a webpage made by Microsoft Word.

P.S. I accidentally wrecked Recamen's first interview, so it's been taken offline until I can get another copy from him.

9th Nov 2006

Yeah, I only just found out that Kazufox's interviews weren't uploaded properly. Well, I fixed the problem. Enjoy!

4 Nov 2006

This is a reminder to those of you Brits who watch the strangely named, Rapture TV. The last episode of Fullmetal Alchemist will air tonight at 20:30hrs GMT. It will re-air again on Sunday and then that's it. You'll never see Fullmetal Alchemist on Rapture TV ever again. Make sure you don't miss it.

Oh, wait... this is Starwing HQ, isn't it? Um... well, I've been having trouble receiving some of your e-mails lately. Namely, the e-mails of one Kazufox. If anybody else has sent me interviews or comic work or artwork or ODWs etc. in the past month, please check that it has been uploaded to the site today. If it has not, then please go to the Submissions Bank at the Starwing HQ Forums for further instructions.

And that's it, folks!

30 Sep 2006
It's Pigma's Fault!

Things are still really slow, even though I've made sure that updates are much faster to do. So I've decided to scrap the reviews process that was in place, which required all stuff to be reviewed by staff members on the forums. From now on, lack of updates will be your fault.

That's right. From now on, don't bother putting it up in the Contributions section of the forums. That's only if you desperately want it reviewed. Just end it straight to me, ensuring that you have Starwing, "Star Fox" or Starfox in the subject title (this guarantees that I get it).

However, all work, regardless of its length must now have proper formatting markers. You know, the *bold text* in asterisks and ~italic text~ in tildes thing that I set out two updates ago. There's a few new rules for large text and small text. Just make sure that ++large text++ is put in between double plus signs and that $$small text$$ is put in between double dollar signs. See Subsmission Tips for more details.

This of course is only on a trial basis. If I end up receiving a deluge of poor quality work, the old reviews process goes back up. So don't abuse this opportunity, okay?

As for actual updates? Well, there's only a new Seeing Stars episode. I hope you enjoy it for now.

06 Sep 2006
All your update are belong to us

I had such an easy time doing the update this time round I couldn't believe it. Yes, I managed to successfully turn all the interviews and ODWs into HTMLs with no unnecessary tags at all. It all went as smoothly as a greased stick of lard. However, I did come up with a formatting error with line breaks, so I have to add another formatting rule, I'm afraid:

4. If you wish to do a line break, please put a single ¬ right where the line break occurs.

e.g.This is a line break¬
And the rest of the text continues here.


This is not a line break.

So don't put a ¬ in it.

Doing that plus the other three I listed in the previous update will help me a lot, especially if you do a lot of linebreaks in your interview.

04 Aug 2006
Big enough for ya? Huh? Huh?!

I... HATE... MICROSOFT... WORD! One particular long update became a nightmare to fix with so many unnecessary HTML tags it wasn't funny. From now on, all long pieces of work (defined as anything over 10 pages long)must follow the rules set out below.

  1. Any sentence, phrase or word you want in italics must be preceded and followed by a tilde (~) e.g. ~I want these words in italics!~
  2. Any sentence, phrase or word you want in bold must be preceded and followed by an asterisk (*) e.g. *I want these words in bold*
  3. Any sentence, phrase or word you want underlined must be preceded and followed by an underscore (_) e.g. _I want these words underlined!_

The reason? From henceforth, I will be stripping out all formatting from long pieces of work before converting into HTML. That will ensure there are no span tags dictating what language the text is or what have you. Any formatting of the text however, such as italics etc. will be stripped out in the process, so it is vital you follow the above rules if you want your text formatting to remain.

As for the updates today, I hope you enjoy them. It took me ages to get them HTML ready and I'm sure in my haste that there's still unnecessary tags lurking somewhere in the new interviews...

xxth Feb 2006
Someone has screwed up Armageddon

Erm... yeah. About what I said last time round... The time of faster updates has kinda, well, been postponed. Something's gone wrong, but I have no idea what. Oh well... That's the least of my problems. The biggest of my problems is the Story Section. I'm sorry, but it's too much of a headache.

I can't deal with it! So, if you don't want me to have a nervous breakdown, please if you've got a story in the Stories section, please resubmit your stories in RTF format to me. On a lighter note...

25th Jan 2006
Signs of the Apocalypse

Some of you may have noticed that I've been making posts in the forums lately, something which, as of yet, has been completely unheard of. Even worse, some of you may have noticed that Jolteon made a rare, unscheduled appearance in the forums. You know what this means...

The Apocalypse is nigh! Cower all ye who do not believe in the might of Jolteon, for he shall bring upon ye a Plague of Vague Apparitions that dost melt thy brain and make thine bladders empty in fearful anticipation. The Time of Faster Updates will soon be upon us! Repent! Repent! Jolteon loves you and he's going to kill you!

Seriously though, Jolteon's been working on something that will enable us staff to co-ordinate our updates. It should hopefully speed things up.

On another note, we have an entirely new set of comics from Idai.

23rd December 2005
Happy Christmas, Happy Kwanzaa, Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year!

Well, it's that time of the year again when you should be finding a special Christmas comic on the main page. Well, I must apologise deeply and sincerely, but neither I nor Jolteon had enough time to get one made. However, at the last moment, Kevin McCloud gave me a comic to put up. It's not a Christmas comic, I'm afraid, but it'll have to do. You know, it's been so long, I almost forgot how to update... but guess what? There's an update today!

Oh and since it is Christmas, how's about I give you a song I wrote to the tune of Jingle Bells? It's called Tingle Bill and was supposed to be for an Interview I was writing. I hope you enjoy it, sort of. Um. *runs off*

Oh... Tingle Bill, Tingle Bill, Tingle all the way!
You think you're creepy Tingle but you really are Bill Grey.
Oh, Tingle Bill, Tingle Bill, Tingle all the way.
You've really lost your marbles and you scare children away.

Oh, prancing through the show like a campy freak all day
You shake your ass and twirl. We wish you'd go away.
Ho ho ho!
You think you're a fairy and prance and mince and twirl.
Your belly hangs out like Tingle's and makes us want to hurl.

Oh... Tingle Bill, Tingle Bill, Tingle all the way!
You think you're creepy Tingle but you really are Bill Grey. Oh!
Tingle Bill, Tingle Bill, Tingle all the way.
We really should all lock you up and throw the key away!


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