Creator of Microcosms
- Dec 12, 2013
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PLEASE link me ^_^It seems like it'd be fun, right? The only thing that concerns me is that, when I'm writing, I can't talk out loud or I'll lose my train of thought, so it'd be a totally silent stream unless y'all could hear my music.
Also, given the way I write, I'd either be very productive or not at all which means it'll either be really interesting or very dull, probably.I guess I'm also slightly worried about being judged? Because you can believe I'll sit there rewriting a sentence 12 times and still be unsatisfied.
Edit: Signed up for Picarto and got permission to stream a bit of beta reading. Maybe I'll give it a try tomorrow morning.
Nowadays, whenever someone mentions City Hunter, all I can think of is the hilariously narm Jackie Chan movie.I should have stopped myself upon noticing first similarities between DMC and City Hunter, now I can't get out of my head the image of Dante with mokkori.
That is a hilarious game reference, they event put effort to make it literally like the game. XDNowadays, whenever someone mentions City Hunter, all I can think of is the hilariously narm Jackie Chan movie.
The scene where they reference Street Fighter needs to be seen to be believed.
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The only cure is to write Dragon Age fanfics. -nodnod-Oh, boy I've been slacking in the writing department. >.> How I'm supposed to finish my writing projects if I'm too busy playing Dragon Age Inquisition? Even though I do enjoy it very much. :× I might take a break from the game to try and get some writing. .. if I'm not too tried. ~.~
Here you go: Stream's not up, atm, but I'll start in a few minutes. Just organizing my desktop beforehand. LOL I'll put a post in the Twitch thread when I'm ready.PLEASE link me ^_^
Much the same. It's nice, getting back into a routine. ^^ (Guarantee I'll be fed up with early mornings again in no time, though). ^^;My vacation is over and it's kinda nice to get back to real life. Makes it feel like I did something useful that day.
I think chosen ones feel like they have the most to add to a story because they get involved into every aspect of the world. They kinda have to. All the governments want their support. All the people want their help. They're being pulled in a million directions. When a character isn't a chosen one, however, they're only involved in what they can plausibly get involved in given their current alliances/abilities/location/whatever, which kinds keeps the plot a lot smaller and more focused on what's happening at that moment. (I'm agreeing with you, btw, though I usually do lean towards smaller characters.)Someone, somewhere, once said that stories are often about chosen ones or important people because they have the most interesting stories to tell.
I've always had a thing for the main character being central to whatever is happening in the world. Characters like the Dragonborn from Skyrim and Adam Jensen from the newer Deus Ex games are the ones that I feel like have the most to add to the setting they're in. While I can understand why people don't always want to play as/read about/watch a major presence in the setting, I personally think those types of stories are the ones that offer me the most when it comes to establishing a world.
Basically, I love being a chosen one.