So, what makes a good story /lit/?
What makes a bad story?
Can we agree that execution > concept?
What would you say are the fundamentals to bear in mind when attempting to write a story?
How do you write a good hook? And I mean a really good one?
Let's try and redeem OP incompetence.
GR's Blicero: too comical to be taken seriously? Or sinister and convincing?
Think of his treatment of Franz, sinister right?
But then his introduction, balls deep in Gottfried, pretty blatant right?
That image is stupid. Ganondorf did what he did because he felt anguished by hyrule's destruction and the death of his people and their culture so by that images logic he should be elder god tier.