omg you guys, I always love seeing and reading about so many different Guen concepts!! I'm sorry I can't respond to every single one of them, but they make me really happy!
@Jaxx Havenstone is The Actual Best and has always been wonderfully supportive of Guenevere (just search for him in this thread). As for me, I am a CoR fan and can't wait for it to be finished!
@Vanessa_Pang Punctuation craziness! As @wonderfulcarpet says, the tiny difference of a semicolon turns "don't you" from a tag question to a separate clause. If it were a tag question (with just a comma), then yeah, it would be better for the main sentence to start "Do you..." but as a separate clause, it's grammatically fine. But please keep letting me know if you spot anything that seems weird -- I do have plenty of typos, and even if something's not actually wrong, it's still good for me to know if it's making the reader pause for a second to figure it out.
Always good advice.
You will have that option at the end of part 2 (to tell Arthur about an affair with either Morgana or Lancelot).
Same-sex affairs aren't considered treason in the Guenverse because they don't produce illegitimate children. That said, an affair with Morgana made public would still be a scandal that would bring Guen's moral character into question (just not as much as an affair with Lancelot, which could theoretically be an executable offense due to possible contamination of bloodlines -- opposite-sex affairs are considered WAY WORSE than same-sex). In any case, Guen will not automatically die as a result of either possible affair.
Still true. Just going to be a long wait.
That's pretty much how it works for me when I'm writing the story.
@mistylavenda (and I guess also @Skagit?) I love your self-insert, and I have said many times that this is FANTASY and the beauty of a text-only game is that you can picture the characters as having any racial background, without any need for "historical" justification (cause it's fantasy!!!) -- unless the historical justification also makes you happy, which is perfectly good too. It's part of why I would never make Guenevere over into a Visual Novel (even though more than one person has suggested it and I'd love to try writing a VN someday) -- I really want readers to be able to picture not just Guen, but all the other characters, however they like!