Le reve de Lunar hapitre 11 Chapitre 11 : L'intérogatoire
Ils m'emenèrent au poste de police. J'étais enfermé dans une salle, non menotté heureusement pour eux. Ils n'avaient même pas employé la force. Un policier était là et m'observait. J'étais perdu dans mes pensées à chercher qui m'en voudrait à se point. Ils ont eu ma place qu'est qu'ils voulaient de plus ? J'étais banni, exclu des miens, renié. Et maintenant, ils cherchaient à me blesser encore plus, pourquoi ? Qui était la personne qui m'en voulait à se point ? De plus, nul loup avait ma force. Soudain, je repensai à cette nuit. La femme en lumière qui était venu me mettre en garde. Contre qui me m'était-elle en garde ?
Après des heures à penser, la
The Dos and Don'ts of Fan OCsWhen someone really gets into a story, they like to imagine what it would be like if they were in said story. This leads to the birth of something known as "Fan Original Characters" - original characters that are designed to work with an already created universe/story of which they are a fan of. However, more often than not these characters are absolutely ridiculous, coming off as a Mary Sue or Gary Stu. These OCs try to do too much at once and often leave themselves no room to develop. In many ways, they're designed to be overpowering. This doesn't make for a good character though. So I'm here to go over what you should and shouldn't do when making a fan OC.The Dos and Don'ts of Fan OCs3 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
When reading, please keep in mind this refers to when you first make your OC, not later on in their story. At the end of it all, I'm going to give two examples, one being a good fan OC and one being a bad fan OC, both created by me.
1. Create unique but not overpowering skills for your OC.
The biggest problem in fan OCs i
Masks and Grades Part 6"Great job Dick! You're doing really well!" The tutor told Dick. He smile looking down at his first homework that was 100% perfect in grammar.Masks and Grades Part 63 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Thanks Owen. See you at Mathletes next week." Dick packed up his work and skated home. He was greeted at the door by Bruce.
"Hey Bruce. Everything okay."
Bruce kept a stoic look on his face as he handed Dick a folded paper.
"Did I do something wrong?" Dick was nervous as he unfolded the paper. GRAMMAR TEST. 84%. GREAT JOB DICK. Bruce's face was now smiling as his son started jumping and dancing in joy. He stopped for a moment.
"Wait does this mean. . ." Dick left the question unfinished, knowing that Bruce knew what he would ask.
Bruce nodded, and the boy broke out into dance.
"The Aster in life is back!"