SirDogeTheFirst

SirDogeTheFirst

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    1. Re: What’s your greatest non-writing related strength as a writer?

      Not giving up probably, also I can last a day with only three hours of sleep, so yeah, I have more free time than most thanks to that.


    2. Re: About planning a story

      Before I start writing a story, I create the world first, then put the main character inside. Then I create certain key events for the story and fill the gaps between later. While the world, characters, (...)



    3. Re: Tropes that you enjoy seeing

      Great generals and armies commanded under them. If I need to choose I will prefer a general over a hero. Progression in the world. I love living worlds where it shapes itself through the story. I (...)


    4. Re: How recommended is Wheel of Time?

      Wheel of Time (even though I only read the first four books) is no doubt one of the greatest fantasy series out there. But, there is a big but. The books are super long and it is easy to get bored at (...)


    5. Re: Read my first story after two years and...it is shit!

      I know that feeling. Its been seven months or so since I began writing my story and when I started to rewrite it. I was shocked by how terrible, and cringe my writing was.


    6. Re: Stories.

      I am not including the stories I wrote as a child which none of them even passed the 10000 words. The first story I wrote is the primitive state of the story I am currently writing. Both the story, (...)


    7. Re: What it means to enjoy writing? Or more specifically, what you enjoy about writing.

      What I enjoy about writing is that I can forget about the real world and live in my fantasy for a while.


    8. I broke my limiter and rewrite four chapters on a single day.

      Finally, after a long and painful period of mastering the art of rewriting, I finally broke my limiter and rewrote four chapters on the same day!


    9. Re: The future of your work.

      Wars, with millions of deaths. The one massive and powerful Empire that hosted a safe home for humans (and humans specifically with some little exceptions) is under attack from everywhere.  From the (...)


    10. Re: Good Endings vs Bad Endings

      I don't like forced good endings, sometimes people can not achieve things but at the same time I also hate bad endings written just for the sake of being bad and ignoring the whole progression of the story. (...)


    11. Re: Most frustrating thing about your setting?

      My setting is in a fantasy world where there are lots of races. And my problem is how to hell unite races that hated, slaved, and killed each other for hundreds of years without making everything (...)


    12. Re: Most frustrating thing about your setting?

      My setting is in a fantasy world where there are lots of races. And my problem is how to hell unite races that hated, slaved, and killed each other for hundreds of years without making everything stupid. (...)


    13. Re: Most frustrating thing about your setting?

      My setting is in a fantasy world where there are lots of races. And my problem is how to hell unite races that hated, slaved, and killed each other for hundreds of years without making everything stupid. (...)


    14. Re: How would your character talk their way out of a speeding ticket?

      Probably act like it never stopped him and let him go to his way.


    15. Re: Tana's Reviews 2: Revenge of Something, I Guess

      As you wish, only the link. https://www.royalroad.com/fiction/40545/emperor-of-the-north


    16. Re: Writing: What have you changed your mind about recently?

      For a long time, there was that idea of "Strong never shows emotions." in my head, which changed into "Someone without emotions are not living beings, but rather organisms acting as one, strong can show (...)


    17. Re: Need Fantasy Recs!

      Riftwar trilogy. The classic fantasy you want, and a bit more with its concept of two different worlds fighting with each other (also a very powerful being that is a threat to the fabric of existence as (...)


    18. Re: Use of fire as a weapon in writing being dubbed as not that effective.

      And when combined with a sticky and highly flammable liquid, it turns into one of the most inhumane weapons used by our kind.