• Member Since 18th Sep, 2013
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Someone once said I was passive aggressive. I disagree. I am far too impatient for that. I prefer just being normal aggressive. Don't worry about 'maybe' upsetting me, you will know.


This quote reminds me of something I heard back in high school.

From the Blog of Flint Sparks:

LuminoZero and Draconian Soul, you guys get special mentions. When I was in my green-eyed monster moods (still my fatal flaw), you helped me snap out of it. When I had lost my spark, burnt out, you kept trying to get through to me. You were hard, yes, but it was because of you guys that I finally realized the true meaning of writing. I finally wrote something for myself again... and that's become my greatest story yet. You two are amazing writers, much better than me, and you deserve every ounce of fame you've gained and deserve to gain.

"A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops." - Henry Adams

All the lessons I have passed on to others were lessons I had pressed on to me by someone wiser. I cannot even comprehend where such lessons began, but as long as they continue to be passed down from person to person, then I feel I've done my part in their legacy.


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My Rules

-You can be critical without being hostile. Learn the difference.
-We aren't here to be English teachers. Proper spelling, grammar and syntax are important, but they are not the bible by which stories are written. The most important question after reading a story is "Did I enjoy it?" not "Did he use an Oxford Comma?"
-Good writing is not something you turn on and off. I have never met a writer I could truly respect who ever wrote with 'phone chat', even on forums or in Skype. Practice like you play.
-On the same note, anyone who puts no effort into their words will get likewise from me. It isn't too much to ask for people to use punctuation.
-A character should never, ever, ever be changed in order to move the plot forward. If you absolutely have to do something out of character (LiarJack, Dash abandoning an obligation, etc) make sure that you give it the respect it deserves. Show the character's disgust at doing something so against their nature.
-There are thousands of head canons. You are free to disagree, but always do so with respect.

And finally, since I mod a few groups.

-Rules are neutral. They are set in stone and apply to everyone. Being moderated doesn't mean you are hated, it means you broke the rules. Relax, respond in a calm manner, and move on with your life. Flying off the handle doesn't help you.



Coincidence · 10:15am Jan 25th, 2017

Hey, you guys remember "Wingover"? Remember the moral, that having raw talent doesn't make you better than people who have to work hard to achieve what you can do easily?

Recently, a new 'Friends Foreever" comic was released, and...

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You know, I never did realize how many of your stories are in my favourite list.

Thank you for sharing them with us.

Just got at your profile be happenstances but I really like your bio text and your rules system :twilightsmile:

Yoooo! How you been brother!? You're so quiet lately!

Do you by any chance co-write?

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