DaHammy

DaHammy

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    1. Re: Rate my title

      It is certainly a unique name, the others don't quite have that same quality to it. Being unique is the most important thing for a title. You want to set it apart from other novels when someone is scrolling (...)


    2. Re: Ladies, Gentlemen, and everyone else! It has finally happened.

      T-this is beautiful. I am simply stunned. This belongs in a museum for our future generations to see and gawk at to remind them they'll never have something so awe-inspiring ever again.


    3. Re: What's your favourite kind of villain and why are they so appealing to you?

      My favorite sort of villain is a villain is one that is not necessary evil, but just a different point of view. Think like Admiral Thrawn from Star Wars, he is a imperial, but is not a bad guy. He is simply (...)


    4. Re: Promote your story by sharing its plan/outline if you have one (SPOILERS)

      The overall plan for mine is to sink deeper and deeper into the depths of intrigue and become ever colder as the MC (Who is for now simply a cave dungeon as of writing this post) reaches the bottom. First (...)


    5. Re: promote your story with 3 word sentences!

      Sickly man dies. Turns into dungeon. Not good time. Has to survive. Becomes water dungeon. Does the man become the dungeon? Dungeon is him. He is cave. 


    6. Re: promote your story with 3 word sentences!

      Sickly man dies. Turns into dungeon. Not good time. Has to survive. Becomes water dungeon.


    7. Re: Advertise your story by sharing the colour you associate with your story or the world it's set in

      I suppose a nice Prussian blue would fit mine. The blue part is a given considering by MC will eventually become a water dungeon but the darker shade of blue fits the setting where life isn’t exactly safe (...)


    8. Re: December Thread - Promote your Story

      A dungeon core story about a anti-hero protagonist who just wants to live, even at the expense of others. The world seems to be set against him, oddly so. So, he becomes something that everyone hates: (...)


    9. Re: Did you ever show your novel to the people in your friends/family, and if so, when?

      Ehhhhhhh, I would rather not let my family and friends in real life know about it. I like to keep my real and online life very separate, almost religiously so. I do not like them bleeding into each other. (...)


    10. Re: Rational Rationales for Isekai?

      Ah you are talking about that. For summoning type isekais, I really have no idea. Why not just make a random knight? Could be a accidental summon, the summoner trying to roll the gacha. Maybe weird (...)


    11. Re: Give me some animal variation monsters

      Long black centipedes with horrified human faces that skitters across tree to tree just out of sight stalking prey from above to lunge at and pull above to consume. A giant worm or mass of large worms (...)


    12. Re: An Idea I am considering

      A gambling series can be very fun, although I would say to take special care so you do not bogged down since games are much more abstract concept.


    13. Re: Rational Rationales for Isekai?

      I am not quite sure I what you are asking, but if you are asking why many authors explain the reason for them being isekai-ed, it is just more setting dressing to flesh out the story and/or feeds into (...)


    14. Re: why did you join RoyalRoad?

      It a fine enough place to write is all. Not like the hell that is Webnovel and Wattpad. The former too stifling (and I do not like the business decisions they make) and later too horny for my tastes. Everything (...)


    15. Re: Very new writer

      While I still may be a amateur, a piece of advice I have for you is to (While this may seem a little counter-intuitive) write for yourself first and foremost, not your audience. Sure, the dopamine hit (...)


    16. Re: We Are All ‘Fantasy’ Writers—> Except Non-Fiction but That is a Whole Other Topic.

      I mean, yeah. Strictly speaking, you are right. We can classify them as fantasy taking the literal meaning of fantasy, but culturally speaking, the wider social consciousness takes it as works in fantastical (...)


    17. Re: Did you ever show your novel to the people in your friends/family, and if so, when?

      Ehhhhhhh, I would rather not let my family and friends in real life know about it. I like to keep my real and online life very separate, almost religiously so. I do not like them bleeding into each other. (...)


    18. Re: I Write Like?

      Based on my first chapter, apparently I write like H. G. Wells according to "I Write Like" AI which I am quite surprised about. I do not think I am quite on his level but it is a interesting result nonetheless. (...)


    19. Re: What Would You Do?

      If the plagiarizer is keeping it to themselves, then whatever. People can do whatever for all I care with anything I make in private. But if that someone puts it out into the public somewhere and stealing (...)


    20. Re: Should I be more official sounding or personal sounding with my Author Notes?

      Do whatever the hell you want, although I'd recommend the later if you want to make a connection with your audience. Official just comes off as dis-attached and stifles community development. It does not (...)