Ararara

Ararara

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    1. Re: I have a problem with ratings.

      It got removed, it looks like? Can we get an update :D 


    2. Re: 🍕 time to eat

      Sounds cool! 


    3. Re: Well, mine is a kind of different

      Will check it out  :peoYes:




    4. Re: Free Author Premium Giveaway! 5+ Winners!!!

      Sorry for the delay everybody, I kinda forgot. :DrakanSigh:  Thanks to DrBuller and eric_river for the kind reminder, hahah.   The third round of the giveaway is done! The last 10 winners have been (...)


    5. Re: Multiple POVs: How many is too many, and what's your limit?

      Every new one you add will decrease the frequency of new chapters for other ones. Every new one will piss off people who realllly like another POV and want to get back to it. Every new one might (...)


    6. Re: New stories to watch out for

      This story is really enjoyable. https://www.royalroad.com/fiction/48019/rise-of-the-potato-god-litrpg


    7. To readers: Share your recommendations at EVERY opportunity!

      Getting honest recommendations is the single best source of finding fantastic new stories to me. Sure, I can dig through Latest Updates. Or click on every fresh story I see on Trending. But to really get (...)


    8. Re: Want a free (semi)promotion for your story?!

      You are what every RR author should aspire to be like! So many fictions!!! Wow


    9. Re: I have a problem with ratings.

      4.63 isn't low at all. It's high!  The fact that your rating got as high as #2000 with under 50 followers was already pretty insane, to be honest! So don't be too bothered by it. No hot streak can last (...)


    10. Re: What do you do when your story isn't what Royal Road usually likes?

      In about 25 chapters you got 700+ followers. To be fair, they're on the longer side, and you've published over 100k words, but this is still really good. Better than 99+% of stories on Royalroad. Some (...)


    11. Re: Conlanging In Webnovels

      I've got nothing to comment, but will mention some relevant resources: There is a thread about Conlangs in the "Guides" subforum, maybe take a look at that.  Also maybe check out this story: https://www.royalroad.com/fiction/41591/a-journey-in-darkness (...)


    12. Re: The Fancy Pants Kids of RoyalRoad

      I have a question for all the Fancy Pants Kids, and answer truthfully.   :peoreaper: How did you come up with your username? Are there any specific reasons for the username you now have? And if (...)


    13. Re: I’m getting good feedback but my rating is low

      However, the past ratings I’ve got have all been 3 stars and one 5 star without a full on review though I have only gotten 3 ratings . Should I be worried my story’s going to tank or just ignore it? (...)


    14. Re: Free Author Premium Giveaway! 5+ Winners!!!

      Just bumping this up, to potentially let people who haven't seen it yet get a chance to apply! The final round of winners will be drawn tomorrow!  :DrakanMelt: I hope it's not against the forum rules (...)


    15. Re: Ask me anything.

      Have you ever had a misfire that could've hit somebody, and potentially hurt them? What's the closest that you got to it?


    16. Re: What are some unused video game elements that would make fot interesting gamelit?

      I think fighting games could be a borderline impossible but interesting concept for gamelit (think High Score Girl Manga). Games in the style of Mount and Blade and Rimworld could be interesting, or (...)


    17. Re: "you're not a good writer"

      Some people are so weird. Like, why even put that out there for an author to read - you're getting it for free! Artists, in particular, have to try to remember that the source of the criticism matters, (...)


    18. Re: What are some unused video game elements that would make fot interesting gamelit?

      Fury bars, that make you lose control. Or Stress/Sanity as a resource you have to take care of. Traps in dungeons is something I don't see enough of.  Or, in general, "mobs" that act intelligently and (...)