Graffiti

Graffiti

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    1. Re: Where do you lie on the description scale?

      I used to be overly descriptive because I’m a very visual and imaginative person but nowadays I’m pretty tame with it. I have art for all the characters I want to describe now, so I just go “here’s how (...)


    2. Re: Need advice on how to write certain archetypes.

      Another character type I’m trying to get ideas on how to write is the one that always seems like they’re several steps ahead of everyone else. A battle of brains is like a tango - in order for this (...)


    3. Re: Need advice on how to write certain archetypes.

      Well first, I'd like to ask if you've heard of TVtropes? I’ve heard about it but haven’t really looked into it First things first, what you're describing in an archetype is fairly similar (...)


    4. Re: Need advice on how to write certain archetypes.

      Well first, I'd like to ask if you've heard of TVtropes? I’ve heard about it but haven’t really looked into it


    5. Re: Need advice on how to write certain archetypes.

      Sup all, I need some help that I hope you beautiful people can assist me with. It’s about writing a few character archetypes that I intend to incorporate into my story for the future. Feel free to pick (...)


    6. Re: Burning Genre Questions

      The OP had me loling as I read it


    7. Re: Any other struggling authors here? Let's swap reviews and shoutouts.

      No need to exchange with me; I’ll shoutout your story in my next chapter just because. I’m going to have to shorten the synopsis, though, cause people don’t typically read a synopsis past the first (...)


    8. Re: I can finally call myself a real Royal Road serialized author!

      Welcome to the party. We have t-shirts and cookies. 


    9. Re: If you don't have a solid story idea, how...?

      Videogames inspired my ideas for stories. Requiem (my fiction) is heavily inspired by Nioh 2, Code Vein, Bloodborne, NieR Automata, and Final Fantasy.  If someone were to read it, they’d pick up on (...)


    10. Re: You can't outsmart God, and he doesn't particularly care for you either.

      Even gods no capitals should be given a heavy amount of respect in the narrative (comedic parodies like konosuba being the lone exception)- no matter how good, bad, skilled, stupid or anything else they (...)


    11. Re: What is the most unique aspect of the world's created in your fiction?

      The monsters in Requiem are based on Yokai from Japanese folklore. 


    12. Re: What do your stories mean to you, how and why do you write?

      I write as an escape from reality and to let my creativity flow. I never was a left-side brain dominant person. While I am logical and analytical to an exceptional point, I prefer creativity and imagination. (...)


    13. Re: December Thread - Promote your Story

      FIRST! Check out my story, yo. It’s got mythos, supernatural monsters, high paced fight scenes, colorful characters, and a whole slew of dystopian badassery inspired by dark fantasy and Grimdark, with (...)


    14. Re: [Free Covers] Willing To Make Covers For A Review!

      I tend to write pretty extensive reviews for a lot of people, and I also like art. So, this offer is something I can’t refuse (tents fingers). I’m game for it. Heck yeah. Could always use a secondary (...)


    15. Re: Is it worth writing after going below 4 stars?

      It depends. My very first story, Dirge of Apocrypha, hit top 300 before it hit trending, and had a 4.81 rating. Then on trending, it got bombarded with anonymous low rates (there was literally 1 review (...)


    16. Re: You can't outsmart God, and he doesn't particularly care for you either.

       Now I want to meet a story where the main characters meet gods, and gods turns out to be a cavemen who thinks the MC is the truly extraordinary one for having clothes on. "UwU, what are you (...)


    17. Re: "Thanks for the chapter "

      I must be the only one that feels it’s unnecessary and can do without it judging by the responses, and now I feel like maybe I’m just annoyed by “thanks for the chapter” spam for nothing? Lmao.  I don’t (...)


    18. Re: "Thanks for the chapter "

      The mechanics of thanks and your welcome ?  There are many ways to express gratitude or appreciation, and many ways to accept it.  While rather a formality in most situations, it is also an opening (...)


    19. Re: Do you writers write before each release or have the story done and release?

      I wing it. Done pretty good and have been consistent so far.