Endless Paving

Endless Paving

    1. Re: Kayla, the Fire Scion

      That’s just amazing.

    2. Re: NaNoWriMo Hype, anyone?

      @april18 For Nano I’ve heard you just self report the number throughout the month, but at the end of the month you can actually submit the text for an automatic word calculation.

    3. Re: What happened to Morbid?

      In this case I don’t actually know at all, but you really can’t use other stories as a defense for why one shouldn’t be seen as objectionable, assuming that is the reason for it’s disappearance in the (...)

    4. Re: How to close a poll?

      Alright, here’s the plan. You take a screen capture of the results and stuff. Then you edit the chapter to remove the poll. The before you finish editing you remember to add a table with the poll results (...)

    5. Re: Realism in Fiction

      For me it’s easy to get into that “don’t mind it” mindset when I want to. I just think stupid childish thoughts.

    6. Re: What is your Rep worth

      I’d think a pseudo tribalism with the Rep system is pretty hard to avoid, since it’s so reciprocal on a social level, but at the same time most RR readers are relatively anonymous and don’t follow each (...)

    7. Re: What to do with a rewritten work

      Worldbuilding is really not important other than as flavour in most cases, so you’d probably be best off in this case just sneakily changing the chapters to the revised versions, adding (rewritten) to (...)

    8. Re: Evil Genie

      Granted! But the conflict between good and evil will result in a circular paradox resulting in a neutral lack of good as well. I wish that the wish before me gets granted without evil.

    9. Re: What is your Rep worth

      This is something between a discussion and a debate. What I’m interested in is what kind of person or behaviour on RR do you feel is worth giving Rep to? Do you give Rep to notable people when you see (...)

    10. Re: November Blues

      Ah November. The end of the year coming near. When the sun is trying to kill me, and school is too. Such a wretched time is near. Time to think of other things. Like maybe hope a nice cloud will (...)

    11. Re: Realism in Fiction

      I’d say realism has a more subtle role in adding to the effect of other narrative developments, rather than being an end in itself for fictional stories. Realism adds weight to a story, makes the characters (...)

    12. Re: What to do with a rewritten work

      This will depend greatly on the degree and quality of the editing. If it!s a more subtle edit I’d advise integrating it with the current content more subtle (edit previous chapters with out putting up (...)

    13. Re: NaNoWriMo Hype, anyone?

      I try to make myself goal directed, meaning that I try to make the idea of what I want (the book) as clear in my head as possible and work towards that. This is mostly through having scenes, thematic stuff, (...)

    14. Re: Evil Genie

      Granted, but when they’re gone you only have regret. I wish I had the awesome power everything always being clean around me for no effort on my part.

    15. Re: Evil Genie

      Granted! But you have no powers, no potential, no social skills, and you are doomed to be a helpless edgelord in an endless slice of life drama. I wish I had ghost powers.

    16. Re: (Not) Seeing (Enough) Stars

      Report problem https://feedback.royalroad.com/

    17. Re: A reincarnation story i cant remember about and forgot to bookmark or is just gone

      It happens a lot. I’m pretty sure it’s referring to the original post in those cases, so it’s probably a bug.

    18. Re: NaNoWriMo Hype, anyone?

      I’m definitely planning to try this year. Going in high hopes and open skies. Hopefully I manage to pace myself instead of running through all my energy before the month even reaches half gone. Hype (...)

    19. Re: Any story like keeper and breath of the world

      I’ve found two potential ones recently. Spark of Divinity seems to be leaning towards more adventure than Ruling Class, but Goddess of Computation has been promising so far. Mostly strategic rather than (...)