Pokemon "Creepypasta" AdviceDon't just read Lost Silver, Tarnished Gold, Buryman, Lavender Town Tone, Creepy Black, Glitchy Red, etc. Read all kinds of NON-GAME creepypasta, too. Don't just make it about a scary game. Make it a SCARY STORY that includes a game and keep it out of the cookie-cutter land of pasta cliches.Pokemon "Creepypasta" Advice3 years ago in Writing
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"I was playing a game that was weird and weird stuff happened and it was scary and I was scared and then some other weird stuff happened and I felt weird and it was scary and then scary stuff started happening with my game and I started freaking out and then it affected me in THESE WAYS which are scary and then WHO WAS GAME?!" is not a good format to follow. Mix it up a little. In fact, it's best if you do not claim the game affected you at all IRL. That's over-the-top unless executed PERFECTLY. You also don't need to state a "moral of the game" at the end the way Glitchy Red, Lost Silver, and Black do.
Think of what scares you. Play on primal fears. Being alone, the dark, losing friends, being for
How to Write a Fanfiction: Rules and TipsRules on How to Create a FanfictionHow to Write a Fanfiction: Rules and Tips1 year ago in Other
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There are two procedures in which to write a fanfiction.
The first procedure is a standard, basic format and step-to-step guide. As a beginner, it is important for you to try and practice this procedure.
1—Starting the Process:
Pick a movie, book, comic, video game, manga, or anime to write for. There are other types of entertainment, but use some of the more popular ones as your stepping stone to being able to write for more complicated things. The chosen item does not have to be something you are at least somewhat fond of. In this example, we’ll use anime.
2 (optional)—Choosing the Genre:
Choose a genre for your fanfiction. For example: horror, adventure, romance, science fiction. The genre can fit in one or more categories.
**Note: Beginners should avoid reader inserts, which are written in the second person and are sometimes very tricky to master.
3: Do Your Researc