Three years ago, I took a risk, and now I'm here.It's not perfect, it has a lot of faults, and it's tough every now and then.But it would always be something I'll show off with pride, because it's mine.
I hear that in fiction, you're not supposed end the story with your character having everything they wanted if you want to tell a compelling story. Do you agree with this?
I think it's more of a warning against ending your stories with 'and then they lived happily ever after, with a kid named Albus Severus Dumbledore Potter who's half-angel, half-devil, and half Gryffindor'. Just give your protagonist enough to be satisfied with their lot, but never give them the world. Have them still be hungry or regretful about something.
Would it be too grimdark to make the trans girls fight first before granting their wish?
It'd definitely be a harsher culling tactic to see whoever wants it bad enough, sure. But then we run into the problem of 'why doesn't the incubator just contract from both sexes' kind of deal. After all if you have equal opportunity contracting you have twice as many candidates right? But we all know why.Because mens are beasts.And womens -- the demons of the night.
By apologizing sparingly and thanking them profusely.Instead of 'sorry I'm late', thank them for their patience.Instead of 'sorry I'm rambling' thank them for being understanding.Of course you have to apologize straight out if it warrants it, but never apologize to make yourself feel better. Remember that you are asking for forgiveness.
>someone asks you to justify your hatred of something >you respond with "IS THIS A JOKE BOI?"
Because I've already made it clear why I hate tumbler quite a few times already!But just in case they were serious, here you go:It has the worst that the internet legitimately has to offer. Not only does it enable and support those suffering with legitimate mental illnesses to not go for treatment, but it also attacks those who are not in lockstep with their accepted norms, the most prevalent of which is the glorification of harmful/illegal vices, the acceptance and even encouragement of personality, health and psychological problems, avarice, self-absorption, and so on. It harbors groups and individuals who cluster up and make coordinated, life-ruining attacks based on 'moral' outrages based on 1984-esque ideologies and beliefs, with slander, death threats and libel the staple of their toolbox. It encourages wallowing in your own filth and not seeking to better yourself or working hard.In short it is the shithole that people think 4chan is.
Decu, an interesting question: if Chiaki end up in The Moon fighting againts The First, will YOU make a cameo?
It's a...rabbit. It's a rabbit clicking away at a tiny rabbit-sized computer.It looks half-dead."That's just one of the natives we displaced when we made our base here," Vintage ushers you past its cage. "No matter what we threw at it, it still wouldn't die. It just kept asking for a desk job and medical benefits."Rabbits on the fucking moon? Is she fucking joking?"Look, we didn't believe it at first, either," The diminutive Equerry insisted. "But there it is. We gave it what it wanted, and signed him up to our HMO." She shrugs. "He doesn't actually do any work, though. He just sits there, watching videos all day and crying to itself."
If you could witness any event of the past, present, or future, what would it be?
When Dan Kim takes over Nintendo and puts out the Cupcake Ultra Cute Console , a console that NTRs you unless you pay out the ass for weekly microtransactions.When Jarv starts his own heisting gang for real where everyone is operator as fuck and the masks are all Inklings. They go after rich NEETs' collections and sell them on ebay.When Blarg finally stops being a homosexual and starts that doujin circle he's been talking about.When Snake finally gets heisted by the Jarv NEET-raiding gang and sees the true value of jointshit over statueshit.When WendyCooldown runs a quest on 4chan.But more importantly, I want to go to the point in time where a close friend of mine has everything figured out, they're in a great place, and all the worries that have been weighing them down have been lifted. It's not a matter of when, not if, and I want to take a picture so that I can take it back to them in the present world and show them how everything'll be alright somehow.
What exactly disgust you so much about /qst/? Honestly, I don´t see that big of a difference with /tg/. Is because it puts trips on people and thus eliminate anonimity?
Everything! But one of the biggest reasons is that the limited life span of the threads forces you, the author, to think on your feet and write as fast as you can (even if I'm horribly slow about it the entire time). The fact that they die after page 10, a hard death, means that you can set up cliffhangers and scenes when the thread itself dies, so it helps keep you going for the next one. But that's just one part of it, and really, /qst/ was made in bad faith, which also sours the entire thing. I'm not saying it's impossible to run a quest there, but it's definitely harder than doing it originally in /tg/.The nazimods killed quests. That's it.
>a cute brown-haired girl with bright green eyes is all smiles as she holds hands with an awkward-looking, bespectacled young man clutching a body pillow with HER picture on it. || Is this Sakura and Dan?