Today I'd like us all to take a moment to remember the glorious writefags whose stories are now kill because they never came back to finish them.
I'll begin with AcetoneAnon and SouperNova, who wrote about Sexflex (Blossomforth) and Bigbutted Batpone (Mia), respectively. Bonus points to both of them for never getting to actual sex.
>Not Not Erf
>Rarara is Anon's Daughter
Good night, sweet erf.
>The Cuddly Amazon will never be finished
Why bother living.
They never really die, as long as we don't forget them.
No that story was raped beyond recognition because that hack didn't know how to wrap it the fuck up and tell MOAR-anons to fuck off. The resulting namefag circlejerk it spawned turned a good story into inject-muh-shit-fetishes-shitfic that murdered the very concept of quality.
>even mentioning that tumor
yes I mad
This. All of my this.
(Technically, he finished it by cutting the story short and concluding it, but we all know he could have continued.)
Drawfag posting drawfag pictures for memories.
Surely this thread was made by a writefag just so they could see if anyone remembers them?
"Oh wow, someone posted me! I guess I am relevant after all."
Must be a nice wee ego-wank.
How about you learn what that word means, you chunky chucklefuck?
It hurts, if I could post images I would post a feel.
Blood Anon was so kek worthy and Doc cockbloc story gave me powerful boners, too bad he couldn't end the story because he burned out.
I'm genuinely surprised to see my name in this thread. I'm doubly genuinely surprised to see my name in the OP.
Anyway I miss >>21264144 and that one Bon Bon story in Reverse Gender Role Equestria
Writefags are never truly kill. They simply go back to being anons and lurking. They slap together occasional one shots of stories without tying their name to them, and if something really catches their interest, they emerge once again and commence writing with a name.
A good enough prompt or idea has to crop up first for them to really tackle some writing, or they come up with something themselves and create an original thread on it. Normally it's the former.
Can't deny those digits
I'm Soup, I got pretty sick over Halloween to the point where I didn't even get on /mlp/ for a few days, and once I did I kinda lost interest with the story. Plus the Mia threads were dying at that point. I do feel bad every time I see her mentioned or a Mia thread every once in a while. Maybe I'll get back to it eventually, who knows.
Yeah, plenty of times. Sometimes I want to make something new, other times I want to write a sequel to my existing work. But it seems like every time I start writing again I just can't put the right words together.
Even if I'm not the proudest of it, at least I can say I finished it.
There have been a few here and there, almost all of which have had your name mentioned by more than one Anon awaiting the return of the prodigal Soup.
The current one appears to be >>21201312
I've still got a couple stories I want to finish, and I really need to because I think they'd be the best stories I'd have written, if I could just fucking finish them. It really sucks, too. One of them is literally just about done, but I just don't know what to do. It's been at this stage for months
This. It would be kind of tough for the new writefags as well. Not only would you have to have an understanding of the mindset that the original writer had, you'd have to be versed in the writefag's style. How they approach characters, dialogue, setting, etc. Then you have to be able to do it in the same format as them. I can guarantee that if someone finished one of my stories, it would end up with clop, despite that not being what I had in mind
Let's take this time to remember the writefags who try their hardest, despite the shit they get.
They put time, effort, sweat, and semen into their work but get no recognition. As a retired writefag, I salute to you all.s
I honestly don't understand this kind of thinking.
The writer was do you the favor, not the other way around. They spent his/her/it's time to make up whatever and didn't need any commitment to finish it. You should know this before you read someone's work. It's not like you're paying them to do it like you would buying an author's book.
I agree with this. Writing on here, for me, was a really fun experience. It's quite the thrill to know that someone enjoys something you made. At the end of the day, though, writing is hard work. It's fun, but like any type of content creation, it's difficult work to make something decent. I'm sure many writefags and drawfags alike both do it not only out of their love for creating content through their chosen medium, but because they enjoy the people who give them requests, ideas, recognition, and feedback.
Something I've noticed lately is that a lot of stories don't seem to get very many comments.
This is especially true if the writer pre-writes the whole thing and posts it all at one time.
I mean, we've had two separate threads now for writefags to re-post stories that didn't get any or very few comments when they were first posted!
Now, our writers obviously have a story to tell, and I doubt very seriously that they're jonesing for recognition.
But as someone who has done some writing for this board, I like to know if people are enjoying my stuff.
And that still counts whether I'm posting anonymously or with a trip.
(Now obviously not everything gets read for various reasons.
Threads die, topics not your cup of tea, etc...
I'm talking about stuff that gets actual eyeballs on it, and people still don't give any feedback.)
So if you read some short little story, and it entertained you (or you feel the author could use some feedback) then let the author know what you thought of it.
And it doesn't matter if you're applauding it criticising it.
Art only fails when it is ignored.
Most stories that get comments are clop-related materials, or things that are bordering on lewd. Lots of comments start flooding in if you bring up the horsepussy in a story.
It's kinda shitty that some good stories get overlooked for that reason, or the writefags leave because no one is commenting on their stories.
I've seen a few writefags who shoehorn in clop just to see if people will drop a comment or two on their work.
I'd like to take a moment to honor all the previously steady writefags that got blown to the winds in the scruffining. It's been a while, but I still remember. Especially the corruption writefags that kept both the thread and the fetish thriving, you're all still missed, 3 moved to mlpchan and the rest disappeared.
It's one of the unfortunate things for the content makers, I know I too have felt frustration at what feels like lack of recognition. But it's also something I don't want to change when reading threads... readers don't want to feel tied to managing the sheltered egos of their writefags, they just want content and to move on when it's gone.
In other words, suck it up, and I'm sorry it has to be that way.
I legitimately thought you had died from your illness (as stupid as that makes me sound), or had a life-changing experience that made you drop 4chan. Don't even care if you finish your story, I'm just glad you're still with us.
Least you could do is make a pastebin update saying "on hiatus" or something.
Sometimes I just get tired of writing "good" and "moar" at every post break, and just want to keep reading. And honestly I don't have the motivation to write decent reviews/feedback for every piece of greentext I come across. It's unfortunate, but writers should realize that sometimes silence is the greatest complement.
>serious, legit attempt at an actual story
>daydreamed up for weeks at work, laid out, hours and hours over days spent writing
>no replies three hours
>comment in image
>first reply to story: "nice"
>one more reply the next day
>spend an hour writing a decent trollfic with a cocktease shrek ending
>50+ replies and reaction images
I'll probably start writing again within the week, already plan on doing stuff today and part of tomorrow so I don't know when specifically. I'm flattered that you care somewhat though
Especially when it comes to art, things that you spent a lot of time on and are very proud of tend to get ignored completely while other stuff you didn't even pay any attention to or cared about is what people love and talk about.
It's the life of an artfag, Anon.
>we've had two separate threads now for writefags to re-post stories
Are you talking about the "so you wanna be a writefag" threads? I posted two stories in the one that's up right now and received two replies between the both of them. No criticism, no pointers to what I might've done wrong and how I can improve. I got a paragraph of praise for the shortest thing I've written, and a sentence essentially stating "this interests me" for the longest one I've written.
tfw I sit at a median in writefagging skill
>not bad enough to deserve criticism
>not good enough to get much recognition
I'm just sort of here, filling out requests and participating in prompts to lukewarm response. I don't hate it because I do this for fun anyway. But I'm only human.
I feel you there. The second story I ever wrote a few months back was something that I only did because one of my friends wanted a continuation of a story someone else wrote on a thread. I decided to do it as an anon for the lulz, not really caring much about what I was writing. Turns out, it's got about 1.2k views on my pastebin, and started up a general. Other small oneshots that I actually cared about usually end up getting one or two replies.
I think there's something about letting your intuition take over, and not thinking when you're creating. This is coming from a musician's perspective, but I was told "You’ve got to learn your instrument. Then, you practice, practice, practice. And then, when you finally get up there on the bandstand, forget all that and just wail." There's just something special about feeling your way around something that hours of thought won't be able to bring. When you put a lot of thought into it, you get too technical, and rigid. Also, you have to consider that a lot of readers simply don't want what all we offer them. They want something they can easily digest.
Again, I'm not talking about recognition and ego.
I just want to know if people are enjoying the story.
I mean, this isn't some private scribble in a super secret writing notebook.
You're writing for an audience.
But you make a very good point.
That's just the way it is. Oh, well.
Won't stop me from writing.
No sir, real life is what stops me from writing.
>not bad enough to deserve criticism
>not good enough to get much recognition
Such is the curse of mediocrity. I'd like to get some sort of feedback so that I'd know what I'm doing right or wrong.
How many of you want to bet that one of the writefags from /mlp/ is going to become a bestselling author? Some fags here have potential. Not many, but at least one of them could write at least a decent novel.
Imagine the interview where he reveals his horsefuckery.
The reason why writefags thrive here is because they have pre-set characters and a pre-set world. It's hard coming up with all that shit from scratch and having people like it.
True, there's a preset world. But a lot of writefags do a great job with background ponies (who are basically original characters thanks to the lack of official character development they have).
>I still cuddle a pillow at night believing it's my little horny pet
Guys guys guys.
I was writing that, when I view his pastebin and realized that he actually updated a week ago and finish his story
I'm so happy right now, gonna clop like mad
I'm hoping to work out a novel at some point. I've only had poetry published so far, however.
Given the chance, what I'd like to really work on is
a tabletop RPG, setting, or adventure supplements.
I doubt I'd let folks know about my horsefuckery that aren't close to me.
Never read past the first chapter but it looks terrifying.
I.. I waited for him. I bumped his threads every hour every day..
I still keep an eye on the pastebin in case he returns..
It hurts to know he won't return
Obligatory blast from the past: 2012 Edition
And >>21271899 plus others. Many a hero
faggothas been lost to time. Never forget.
I'd rather not promote myself when there are plenty of other writers who try ten times as hard as me, and are ten times better than me that hardly get any recognition. If I were to have any of their pastebins at the moment, I'd link those instead. But I really appreciate you taking interest.
Now that they are truly dead, I'd like to mourn the "Anon is A Pony:" edgy edition thread.
>So, you drank the magic bleach, found a portal to Equestria, sold your soul to Satan, etc. The thing is, you have been transported to Equestria and became a pony of whatever race you wanted to, and got awesome abilities as part of the deal.
>Time to hang on with the Mane 6 for adventures or simply to woo your waifu/husbandu, right?
>Because God and Murphy's Law hate your guts, you came out as a fucking EVIL looking pony (think as your generic edgy Deviantart OC) and all of your abilities have a macabre way to manifest."
Produced many entertaining stories, but by the end all writefags were kill except Pleeny, and I think making a thread to finish his story and having like only one person reply to it killed him. Only a few survived to move on to other projects.
Apr 2014 - Aug 2014
Cold Edge Anon:
An Anonymous Object In Equestria Anon:
Undead Night Edge Anon:
Because anything that's not shit ends up becoming it's own general, and from there it's even easier to jump in with your own writefaggotry since you have a set subject and an audience
This. Once you get a good topic going, people leap on the bandwagon and run with the idea. All it takes is one good writefag to leap at a decent prompt to start off a domino effect of content.
This doesn't always happen, but it has a good chance of causing it.
As a writefag:
Most of what I write comes from things in threads or posts that inspire me. That can either be something that is already a general, or the story might spawn a general.
If I'm going to write things that I come up with solely by myself, I'd do prose and publish it on FimFiction.
Plus it's often fun to write for generals, since most readers will likely be a fan of the subject you're writing about, and good times will be had.
A general stats up for days which helps with the >one reply depression
Starting your own thread for some fagging usually attracts shitposters and dies instantly if you stop, overnight not even guaranteed a general is up all night and healthy, and has more through traffic.
Most of the board logs on for generals and skims the catalog once at best
I hope you guys are right. I know HW is going thru some shit now, I just hope he remembers us when times get better. It doesn't seem like Anon will ever get out of the Eastern Bloc at this rate.
>Plus it's often fun to write for generals
I don't know how I'd feel about writing for a general. Generals never have topics that resonate with me, whereas one-offs I tend to find more interesting. One offs usually have to go the extra mile to stand out. Also, one-offs die when I finish. If that thread was a success, great, if not oh well. No one remembers. If you do poorly in a general, well you may not want to write for it again. Then there are the thread expectations. If you want a successful story, you have to know what the thread wants and expects. Usually people want sex, and I don't like to write it
I've actually been told several times by readers that they're happy my stories didn't end in clop. Then there's the idea of getting overshadowed/ignored because someone more popular comes along. One-offs are always a fresh start. No expectations. Just judging my work for what it is. I know it's weird, because I'm sure I'd do well in a general. People seem to like my work a lot more than I like it anyways.
>Generals never have topics that resonate with me, whereas one-offs I tend to find more interesting
Completely understandable. I've been so lucky as to have generals that are related to things I like. That said, I never decide to write for a general, more often the general inspires me in some way.
>you have to know what the thread wants and expects
You don't have to. I've written shit outside the usual scope of my regular general, and while those stories are often less popular, I still think the time I spent writing was worthwhile.
>Usually people want sex, and I don't like to write it
I've never done sex either. I don't as a rule dislike clop, I just never feel like writing it. And there are tons of writefags better than me at sex. Let them handle the lewd.
>Then there's the idea of getting overshadowed/ignored because someone more popular comes along
The vast majority of us are going to be minor writers anyway. This doesn't matter.
>One-offs are always a fresh start
Not unless it's original fiction. /mlp/ is a huge general. There's no need to be afraid of the smaller ones.
Just curious, what general do you write for? Also, even though I don't like to write clop, I have done it a couple times. While you provide good arguments, I still don't feel comfortable with writing for generals.
>Just curious, what general do you write for?
I hardly write these days, so I wouldn't say that I write "for" a specific general. But most of the stories that I've written with a name and put on pastebin is for the
Chrysalis threads. Also did a bit for maids or something a long time ago. Most other stuff have just been shorts that haven't required name or pastebin,
I miss that faggot.
>Huh I wonder if anyone misses-
>No one does
>have been a writefag since nearly this board's inception
>since back when fan fiction got you shat on nearly as badly as posting furry
>have been anonymous this whole time
>never given a name, only content
>watched as more and more fags decided to throw on names and trips for a one post green
>watched as generals arose and forget cults of personality among tripfags
>still I posted, anonymous, pasteless, forgotten with each new thread
There's a pretty good chance some of you have read something I've written, and I just wanted to say thank you for your time
>The reason why writefags thrive here is because they have pre-set characters and a pre-set world.
This is partially true, I guess. Personally I find it hard to use someone else's characters in an original story. I've almost quit writing because of how boring it can be sometimes.
Dr. Anonymous... if you see this... we need you.
>inb4: got a bad case of writefag blues
this is very true, I used to write a lot, but I lost the hot and bothered feeling writing gave me for a while and resumed normal Anon routines, then something caught my eye and gave me a wicked idea and started writing again. This is legitimately how it works.
I've got three stories that I would write about four or five posts worth of text and then write more the next day only to find out that the thread died overnight, so not knowing if anyone enjoyed it or not, I stopped and left it at that.
Also typing on a laptop is just shite.
Good to see someone is still interested.
This is what created my Octavia story.
This happened in my last thread, I posted some green, went to bed, and the thread was gone overnight... it used to be I could go day off if I absolutely had to, but I guess people are just not interested.
I enjoyed our discussion, but the power in the tents has gone out and I'm running the laptop on 5% juice, wifi hotspot joining it shortly, I'll have to check out your pastebin Dr.
Is off writing some other story now. Poor Havel
Is probably kill, shame I liked the story
Had some good stuff, was my favorite
Just tried to entertain us, was a nice effort
I wish it was still around.
Dr Cockblock and Valet Anon
IWTCICP and Coco the Pantyless Maid
i dont recall his name but it was the adventure of aidscalibur.
studies show that college is the number one leading cause of wtitefag deaths.
he actually finished his story
after a 2 year hiatus
and at least 5score's been finished for quite a while, instead of being a massive half-finished cockblock
still doesn't mean they'll get up off their laurels and write more god-tier shit
Holy fuck all these names are bringing back memories. I haven't been in an AiE thread since about the four hundredth thread. Back when AiE would go through two-three threads a day. Shit, man.
It was a fun read.
If it gets remade perhaps we'll be able to summon all of the writefriends back.
We can only hope.
Maybe Biggs can summon up knighto, they seemed like friends
>bringing back the dead
>the actual dead in some cases
Yeah, nah. Bad idear.
Legs brokenbut alive.
If the thread gets remade I'll be there.
Speak of the devil! At least you're not kill, glad to have you back.
Yes! Biggs and Knighto plan to be there, so it's only natural that everyone else will be drawn back.
Not a dead writefag, but I definitely feel this impacting my work.
There is a thread up right now that is literally just for giving writefags feedback and helping them improve their writing. Last version of the thread hit the bump limit overnight and the new one only just got up, but more activity - both stories to be looked and people willing to offer advice - are absolutely appreciated.
As an old drawfag to those threads, it was like a slow death. Activity died off extremely fast once we got to the 9th or 10th thread. After the Veteran's/Remembrance thread, it was pretty much over.
That said, I do miss Ottoway myself. He was a great writefag.
Though he was remembered for the active lists, I truly enjoyed his stories.
>Wintergale's Octavia Maid
It amazes me that someone remembers this, one and a half year after it was written.
Anon, I can't promise that I'll ever complete it.
It was written without any pre-planning or any real goal in mind, so I wouldn't know where to end it.
That said, I'm currently picking it back up from the archive, and collecting it in a pastebin. I could even fix some of the spelling and other mistakes.
>This happened in my last thread, I posted some green, went to bed, and the thread was gone overnight... it used to be I could go day off if I absolutely had to, but I guess people are just not interested.
I hope you don't mean the pet ponies thread, because that shit is still very much alive and waiting for your pet purplesmart story.
why must he bring me pain
Such good long green with no end, truly a disappointment.
Plz come back based writefag, give this story an end
I miss him, anons. I really really do.
R.I.P. Uprising & Your Homeless Sunset Story
He'll never finish it.
Speaking of dead stories, would anyone give a shit if I were to resurrect Quills and Sofas? I have an ending planned (and mostly written) for it, but the threads devolved into shitposting near the end and I'm not sure if it should return or just stay dead.
It's practically a novella, bit here you go. It was a rarity sweetie belle thing in a thread a while back. Hasn't updated his pastebin in months. Think he might be dead. Theres a part two in his main pastebin. Looked through most of it and barely anything seems finished, though, so it apparently wasn't the first time.
The usual: Bad filles...sore asses.
Here's the archive location;
Now that's an interesting point.
As a writer I kind of find it hard to make a new thread for something.
I guess my thinking is that if anons like what going on with the stories and topic enough then they'll make another one?
And that if I were to make another one I would be self agrandizing?
I dunno, does anyone else get what I mean?
I didn't think anybody would remember me, so thanks for that. I've drifted off to other projects, even a few original ones, but I'd like to write
and actually finishanother story on here eventually.
i'll be sure to rip harder, just for you.
>Year 3 in Equestria
>You start to get a sense of nostalgia for your first days here
>Every whorse down in whoresville wanted your ass a lot
>Which Applerape and Flutterkink frequently got.
>...nevermind, fuck nostalgia.
>Oh look, here comes Orangelasso lass now.
>"Hey Anon, git gud yet?"
>You are caught.
>There is no escape.
Nostalgia's bad, folks.
I doubt it. As others have said, creating whole new characters is an entirely different animal from working within the framework of an existing story.
As a former writefag, who happens to hang out with other writefags, most of us actually have a role-playing background of some description before and after our tenures as writefags.
i remember that.
this background was actually made with the express purpose of pissing off sherm
the "mep"guy is the admin, intentionally not changing the background from it for giggles.
it ended up being there for almost a day
what a world
>tfw no one will remember you from the foot fetish threads
>Tfw tried writefagging in chrysalis threads, stopped right around when they started doing every wednesday.
>overshadowed by the glorious bonermancer
>tfw no motivation to continue stories
The Tomb of the Unknown Clopfic
I only have vague memories of what you were, but I still remember being turned on by Twilight being reprimanded by Celestia while wearing a dress that was too short. A previous chapter also had Rarity creeping on... Twilight?
Check the archive and so on. There are places to post that aren't /mlp/. One could even post it one pastebin and give SkyeHigh the link.
I wonder how many of these guys just died.
I figure at least one did.
From darkest pits the demon flies
To bring forth all other threads demise
Let those who scorn the writefags cries
BEWARE THIS CURSE THE WRITEFAGS RISE!
This never got an ending?
I thought the thread just stopped coming up because he had finished the story when I wasnt checking
I know he posted back in August, but it's January now for god's sake. Safe to say he's dead.
You were a pretentious fag, but a fun one.
Those guys who started the equestrian invasion threads and began writing their own continuations all disappeared.
I think that's what his name was?
Never finished his Maud story wrote Alone in Equestrian.
>still waiting for IAmOdd to finish
Does anyone know if creamnscream is still active?
>old name I used to use when writing shit stories
He's still active. I don't know/remember which threads he writes for, but I believe he posted some story in the past week or less. Search his name/trip in archive.moe, you'll probably find a bit.
With the Pinkie story, I pretty much came into a long period writers block and lost motivation for a while. The threads eventually died, and I assumed no one was interested.
I'm working on something new now, but I feel like I know where I want to take the Pinkie story, and I do intend to finish it soon
>tfw my every green has an "End" word
I might not be the best writer
I might have a few followers
But i'll stand on my head to finish the story
>Good on you, Anon. You're a bigger man than those who never finish what they started. Honestly.
>TFW you started writing three different stories and never finished any of them
I mean, I only ever posted one story, but I stuck through with it.
Even the ones who can't bring themselves to finish a story should at least have the decency to outright state that they're discontinuing the story. The ones who just drop off the face of the 'chan without so much as a warning while their followers desperately await their return are just being rude.
>he ones who just drop off the face of the 'chan without so much as a warning while their followers desperately await their return are just being rude.
Honestly, it's hard to think that there would be anyone actually following my stories
Nice try though kiddie. Now pay attention. Math is starting cockwhore. Little slut like you filled it with asinine answers probably
All i see while reading your posts
I'll be back whenever I have time. This week looks pretty stiff for scheduling, but the week after should be fine.
Come summertime, I'll be going a lot faster.
I'm still around, but I went through hell recently and failed some university classes, and had to work my ass off to pass the ones I didn't fail. I was so busy that I stopped writing since it didn't seem to be getting read. I'll probably start up again soon.
some kind drawfriend did this for his story
I miss that guy who wrote a touching story (in both senses of the word) about Scootaloo and RD bonding.
Also what ever happened to that thread where the OP was rewriting the show with Anon fucking up the continuity? I only ever read the first few threads and had to take a vacation from /mlp/.
Is every cyoa ever that has died a option?
faggiest fag's bughorse, that guy who was moving houses and the comic horses, and the silent hill fag who died mid twilight's chapter. I still have our entire character sheet for the silent hill thing. just waiting for some rainy day
I'm alive here, just been writing other shit unrelated to my story so I can
procrastinateget over my writers block. The maid general didn't work out, I honestly didn't expect it to really.
I'll probably continue work on it
eventuallyand maybe post the story onto fingerbang in equestria, I just need to check if that thread is for eqg or humans in general.
Just wanted to clear this up.
I wonder, where's the guy, who wrote anon teasing ponies. His grammar was terrible, but during the writing he was getting better and better. And when it actually became good, thread 404'd because shitposting started all over the board.
That bastard promised, that he would write a Rarity part!
I was about to drop my name
But i actually never used one
The one rule I made for myself when I finally decided to write some green was to never hype myself or compliment myself either anonymously or with another trip.
I always figured that if I had to resort to those tactics then it wouldn't be worth it.
I have no idea. I just assumed that's what >>21329528 was accusing writefags of.
I would assume it is as well.
Well, once somebody starts flaming then it's time to have some fun, right?
This. It's also a good way to spot underage b8.
>"My writing is shit, why do I even try?"
"Because you want people to tell you you're awesome and make you feel like a special snowflake."
But what if my green IS shit?
Well, not in general, but mostly in grammar. At least aknowledging this once makes readers more relaxed and also you show people, who are for quality, that the thread is probably not for them. And people who are here for shits and giggles" stay and little by little help you to get better, give you ideas, etc
If using right, in a joke manner, only once\twice and only after someone starts "hey, writefag, your writing is shit", then it works only for good in general. This happened to me three times in a row.
Pardon me, if I described an idea wrong. My grammar and vocabulary ARE weak for real.
If you really think your stuff is shit, then let it speak for itself. Conversely, if you think your stuff is good, don't talk it up. There's no need. Readers aren't fucking retarded, and don't need you summing up your own work. If someone is in your thread, reading your story, then they'll be able to determine the quality on their own. Talking about your own work while you're working on it is pointless. If you want to advertise an old story because you think other Anons might enjoy it, that's different, but don't be doing what you're currently doing.
>But what if my green IS shit?
Then other people will tell you. Calling your own green shit is just pathetically trying to get other people to judge you less harshly. It's sad, even by writefag standards
You can't have your own opinion on your stuff
Do do exactly what others tell you
This will show everyone your own point of view
Just keep up what you're doing
But that's what I'm trying to say - not being first to tell this, but "confirm" it to people, who are saying this, so they won't have to wait miracles from you. Of course it doesn't mean you don't have to try to improve at least, but if you don't want to hardtry and there are some people who like the stuff almost as it is...
There are often one or two people expecting some wizard stuff from you, like, you would improve the grammar in a couple of hours to the level of god. And they keep telling you, that you're shit either until they get bored (literally forever) or until you confirm, that you will try, you are listening to advices, but there is not much to expect as you're doing this for fun.
Something like that. But I get your point, thanks anyway.
Thanks. Especially, if you got, what I meant.
>You can't have your own opinion on your stuff
You can, but there is a difference from being objective with your own work and whining 'omg its so shit I don't know how you guys read it...I'm a terrible writer im going to kill myself' to get some other people to tell you its ok.
It's more like: "Back from afk. Time to continue this shit"
I call it shit and i think it's shit because it's mostly some silly harem but i don't whine how shitty it is, except when everyone start to joke
Thus saying; If i called it masterpiece, people would bitch how big of a faggot i am. Everyone excepts everyone else here to have some inferiority complex
>You can't have your own opinion on your stuff
Way to completely miss the point. Didn't say you can't think of your work as good or bad, just don't go out of your way to spout your opinions. You come across as either having ulterior motives, or just someone who wants extra attention
You have to have a writer to make stories.
It was the same person both times, never knew what happened after the second time he disappeared. It's been over a month since the last thread.
Actually, I know who the original writer is. I could tell you his name...for a price.
That price being your anus.
And by original, I mean the guy who took a thread that was being shitposted, and turned it into that CYOA original.
So neither than?