I am noticing that I am doing my options in all kinds of formats.
I have mostly been using a trailing-off format - ellipses, dashes, or cutting off suddenly.
You think -
# that this is a great format # If you can decide whether to capitalize in mid-sentence # …And/or use proper punctuation. # "I love when I can go from second to first person mid-option, using quote marks."<br>
I love when I can go straight from
“The monster lunges at you.”
’You lunge away’
‘Sandra helps you’
‘Your pet unicorn comes to the rescue’
‘It’s time to panic!’
But sometimes it’s just not realistic to make every option start differently, so is it better to start with “You think that…” (etc.) or to repeat wording in each option in order to not have to post half a sentence of introduction?
Do you think it is worth standardizing this throughout all of your options? Is using ending punctuation for sentences/sentences fragments (periods, etc.) and no punctuation for shorter answers a good compromise? How might you introduce variety to your introduction of options without making it seem choppy or unpolished?
This is a minor issue I may be overthinking, but it’s time to start doing some standardizing edits of my first day.