• Member Since 2nd Mar, 2015
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Dragon Sage


Occasionally indulges in a few ships. Loves a well-written story.

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  • EA Good Monster
    Spike grew himself into a fine young dragon. One day, during a storm, he stops into Sugarcube Corner to visit his old friend Pinkie Pie when her foals begin crying in fear of the thunderstorm. Luckily, Spike knows just how to cheer them up.
    Dragon Sage · 3.5k words  ·  52  1 · 1.4k views
  • TFireproof
    Sequel to "The Dragon Sage." Spike and Twilight live and love comfortably in their tree-castle. But a princess in love with a dragon and life-long friend certainly attracts attention. How will everypony else react?
    Dragon Sage · 49k words  ·  262  9 · 4.6k views
  • EThe Dragon Sage
    Spike has remained young while everypony else ages. Is he destined to stay as a baby assistant forever? When Spike receives a letter from Princess Luna, he's faced with a difficult decision that will change his whole world.
    Dragon Sage · 52k words  ·  472  12 · 7.6k views
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if you returned to the site?

Tea or coffee?

Please do keep writing.

Comment posted by Dragon Sage deleted Apr 18th, 2015
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Stay in Character

While I'm certainly not perfect by any means, I try my very best to write stories where the characters are believable. How do I do that?

Watch an episode of the show before each and every chapter you write. It doesn't matter if the subject is pertinent to your characters or not. Watching it always reminds me of certain nuances of the characters that help me stay on track. That is why people are here after all. They want to continue reading about their favorite characters from MLP. That is why the top stories on this site tend to feature believable character dynamics. If you'd like to go even deeper into making your characters believable, check out some analysis videos on the tube. Ink Rose and Silver Quill are good sources for understanding how characters act, what's considered out of character, and what parts about them to people respond to. Like many others, it is very hard to like a story when the characters in it are completely different. Do what you can to make them believable, and your readers will thank you for it.

Trust me on this. Watch the show, and you're writing will come much more naturally.

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