Saturday, February 28, 2009

Thank You from some one on YouTube

Omg!!! i luv ur guides! they have helped me so much in a ton of my harvest moon games and my rune factory games! i hope u always write guides for as long as u can!

N.B. A player sent this message to me in response to my YouTube Harvest Moon videos.

Friday, February 27, 2009

Thanks from Kinnetik-ishisu

Your guides are definitely the best. I've played Harvest Moon for a while and so far, your guides are the only ones I tend to look for cause they are the most accurate. I was really excited when I discovered the Tree of Tranquility Official Strategy Guide and that you had written it, Thanks for all the work you have done so far and keep on going!

Friday, February 20, 2009

THX! THX! x 1001

I thank you from the bottom of my heart for writing a walkthrough for Narnia, the Wardrobe.

I was very much stuck , almost gave up the game until i read your FAQ,

I think highly of you Freyashawk !!!!!

A friend from the Flanders, Belgium : BeckInTown.

P.S.: Thanxs.

Note from Freyashawk: This sort of message always touches me deeply. It has been a couple of years since I last played that game, but I am glad to know that my guide still allows players to enjoy the game more than they would otherwise.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Thanks from Jenelle

I've been using them for almost every Harvest Moon or Rune Factory game I own. I'd like to thank you so much for making these, they're always a gigantic help when I get stuck. I find myself looking up your FAQ's and Walkthroughs when I'm in a tight spot more often than not, haha. But seriously, thank you for all the wonderful help you've given the Harvest Moon fans of the world. Please keep it up! ^-^
A fellow fan of Harvest Moon
And a Fan of You,

P.S.: How do you pronounce Freyashawk? Is it like "Freya's Hawk" or "Freya-Shawk"? This has been bugging me for awhile ^-^"
P.S.S.: Thank you for putting up with my Shenanigans.

My response to the question: It's Freya's Hawk. Freya, the old Northern goddess, had a cloak made of hawk feathers which allowed her to fly. Using the internet is similar to being able to fly... thus Freyashawk. I first used the name when I created levels for a game entitled 'Claw' about a Pirate Cat.