Sleepingdragoon

Sleepingdragoon

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    1. Re: How do I link my Patreon to my account?

      You go to your dashboard. Then, you click settings(to the left), then you click donations.


    2. Re: The wanderin inn wandering out of royal road

      I'm yet to upload my own story here. So I may be coming in on a backfoot with this. But does this mean you need to fully format your entire chapter, after pasting it into Royal Road? If so, that's (...)


    3. Re: The wanderin inn wandering out of royal road

      Uhh...who the heck uses RoyalRoad to write their stories!?


    4. Re: The wanderin inn wandering out of royal road

      I never heard of there being a problem, but I haven't used any other sites(because I wasn't sure what to do on them)


    5. Re: Here is new synopsis I want to use: Thoughts suggestions

      If your story isn't meant to be treated seriously(and I'm sure as hell going to assume it isn't when that's your title) I suggest to...skip a few steps in your synopsis. As its written, it doesn't feel (...)


    6. Re: Too political for Royal Road?

      Wait there was a no politics rule? Well, who cares, because you wouldn't be put on the list. You aren't trying to push some political agenda, so it's fine. Of course, if your story gets popular at all, (...)


    7. Re: Brainstorm on tropes

      Why not have the family split up and move on like a normal family, sometimes having get-togethers and supporting each other when things get rough? I have read nothing but the first post.



    8. Re: Tell me about your Systems (LitRPG/Dungeon) so I could analyze them...

      So the system in my second story is a combination between Fire Emblem and Dungeons and Dragons. Basically, here's the main character's menu. Saya: Age: 13 Chaotic Good Patron: Seraph Class: (...)


    9. Re: Idea for a sort-of generic fantasy web-novel

      I'd say in her world there are only 17 people with similar powers. It's also very obvious she's out of the ordinary because she only flies. Have you ever wondered what it's like to not be affected by (...)


    10. Re: Idea for a sort-of generic fantasy web-novel

      Psichic-k or whatever it's called is an inspiration for this(comedy anime about a psychic with way too many powers). I added psychometry, thanks.


    11. Re: Idea for a sort-of generic fantasy web-novel

      Powers so far(will edit if I think of any new ones): Prophetic dreams: her first day she screws everything up, but wakes up in her bed and is like 'I hope that was just a dream' but is summoned back again. (...)


    12. Re: Idea for a sort-of generic fantasy web-novel

      I mean, I'm really just gonna make the mind-reading a short-ranged 'if she sees you and concentrates on you, she can tell what you're thinking'. Only the smartest people would figure out her ability on (...)


    13. Re: Idea for a sort-of generic fantasy web-novel

      I want to give the protagonist mind-reading. This obviously requires that I format the entire story around that ability because mind-reading is OP. (would only work when she is concentrating and some (...)


    14. Re: Idea for a sort-of generic fantasy web-novel

      Honestly, that's exactly what I'm going for. Thanks for the help!


    15. Re: Idea for a sort-of generic fantasy web-novel

      The protagonist would need to handle a world with magic, and magic can do a lot of really dumb things. Perhaps, while she is super strong, she needs to handle the hax magic provides to the residents, such (...)


    16. Re: Seeking: An editor

      Talk about a post dredged from the depths of earth's inner-core.


    17. Re: Idea for a sort-of generic fantasy web-novel

      I want to flesh out an idea I have into a working story that won't need fifty rewrites after being published. Ok, so here's the idea: there's a girl with fairly extreme psychic powers, and she is in (...)


    18. Re: I've decided to become an extravert for three days.

      Yes, I mean through battery recharge thingie. I'm already outgoing enough, though that usually doesn't require being social.


    19. Re: dealing with potentially genre breaking transitions

      Oh. Yeah, then you're fine. If your first story's inciting incident connects really well with this change, the readers should stay invested for the most part. Your protagonist may not have agency, though, (...)