Avengers x Reader: Kuchisake-onna and the GrudgeAvengers x Reader: Kuchisake-onna and the Grudge6 months ago in Horror More Like This
This may Scare you. If you don't want to have nightmares, Don't read. Other than that, Enjoy!
About the title, Kuchisake-onna is an urban legend. The story about this urban legend, isn't exactly true I just made it up. If you want the real story, here it is. >>> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kuchisake-onna . As for the grudge, We all know who that is. lol
You looked outside from your window. You sighed as you went to the living room area with chips and dip. You set the food down on the table.
You invited your best friends to you house to celebrate the wrapping up of the Avengers: Age of Ultron. Just as your friends were about to leave, It started pouring rain, and Thunder. You didn't want anyone to get hurt, or get stuck in the middle of the rain. They all decided it would be best to wait until the rain had calm down.
The storm just doesn't want to calm down.
It's Eleven PM. At around 9, the lights went out. So all of you had pillows, chips and dip, wine, blanket
How to create an interesting CharacterOC (Original Character) is something that sadly has a rare to no appearance in TF2 Fandom. People started to step out of the idea to create something truly original, once SFM gained on its popularity. These days most of the OCs (Which have a more accurate naming: FC – Fanmade Character) are described by a different set of cosmetic items slapped on a canon model. I’m one of the people who do that.How to create an interesting Character2 months ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
But that doesn’t mean your Character can’t be interesting.
PERSONALITY is what makes your characters interesting, but way too many people either limit themselves to one insignificant aspect, or they’re making a way too big variety of different behaviors.
So Happy, Sad, Serious, Shy, Friendly, Mean etc. are NOT a base for a character’s behavior. They’re merely one of many attributes.
Also known as the very core of every personality. People change over time d
3 PersonalityPERSONALITY - The Types3 Personality3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Personality, another very easy way to screw over your character, so you must be careful when choosing how your OC acts. Now, when thinking about personality, it not only means how your OC will act but how she behaves and interacts with others and how others perceive her because of it. More of that will be covered in the Relationships section.
Before I start with personalities, which will be a big section, I just want to cover the small section of morality.
Is your OC good or evil? Or is she neutral? When your OC comes across conflicts, she must be either good or evil or even neutral. How does that affect their interaction with other characters? There are really only four main choices here that I can think of: Neutral, Evil, Good and Anti-Hero, their in between.
Good: Your OC doesn't stand for injustice and must stomp out all evil that threatens the greater good and the innocent. They are willing to sacrifice themselves in order to
POWERS--NEW VERSION BELOW IN DESCRIPTIONA Demigod Role Player’s Guide to the Various Powers of Gods and GoddessesPOWERS--NEW VERSION BELOW IN DESCRIPTION11 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
--The children have the power of empathy.
--They can feel emotions radiating off other people.
--They are extremely enticing.
--They have magic related to love and beauty.
--They can charmspeak.
--They have great fashion sense.
--They can naturally speak French.
--When in sunlight, their abilities are stronger.
--They are gifted with beautiful voices, they can heal if they sing to their father.
--They are excellent at enchanting arrows.
--They are very good doctors.
--Their healing abilities are not supernatural, but they are very efficient at it.
--They can curse others to speak only in rhymes.
--They can manipulate light to the extent of becoming invisible.
--They are athletic and good at sports.
--They are talented in the arts.
--They are expert musicians.
--They can control man-made and natural light, they can brighten, dim or make light
HTML CodesThese are the HTML codes I've ridden up for ~,*, and = members. + more.HTML Codes7 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
These are just basic HTML codes, and if you want more, go to the FAQ Desk.
1. You want to make your text Bold
So, You want to make your text Bold? You can Either choose from the two,
(strong) or (b). Instead of "(" and ")", use "".
Open your text with (Strong) / (b), and close them with (/strong) / (/b)
But instead of "(" and ")", replace them with "".
So It'll turn out like: Laura11100
2. You want to make your Text Italic
Same as Question 1! Instead of (Strong) and (b), it's (i).
Remember, replace the "(" and ")" with "".
3. You want to make your Text Underlined
Already explained it! As easy as pie!
Instead of (i), (strong) and (b), replace it with (u) and don't forget to replace the "(" and ")" with ""
4. You want to make [link] into your own prefered text.
Okay, so you know how when you paste a link on your journal or so, it
Writing 202: What's your Job?Couple of days ago I covered how big should your cast be and today I'll cover their functions within the story. This should be extremely helpful to see which characters should be gone and those that are key to your plot.Writing 202: What's your Job?4 years ago in Academic Essays More Like This
One of the best books I read on Character Development was "The Writer's Journey - Mythic Structure for Writers" by Christopher Vogler. He covers classic structuring as well but for me, the highlight in his book is how he maps his plot through his characters.
Basically he divides every single character in seven (7) Archetypes, the most common ones. Sometimes a character can "be" more than one thing but this helps figure out which characters are performing the same function within the story and how they can be combined to form a more complex and enjoyable one.
Vogler says: "The concept of archetypes is an indispensable tool for understanding the purpose or function of characters in a story. If you grasp the function of the archetype
Writing 203: Nice to Meet YouToday's article is extremely important as it is key for successful character development.Writing 203: Nice to Meet You4 years ago in Academic Essays More Like This
KNOW YOUR CHARACTERS INSIDE AND OUT
That's today's lesson. You have to develop all your characters well enough they become real people. Except those with one line only, like Officer #1 or Hot-Dog Dude. Those are walking puppets to populate your world.
But your primary and secondary characters must be well developed, there's no way around it. Their actions must be driven by their personality and back story. Even though most of this information will never see the light of day, it is imperative they exist through your characters' actions.
If you need a character to behave a specific way to drive the plot forward, it must be planted beforehand and be in line with the previously established personality, it can't be out of character.
My process starts with ten questions I fished here and there and a couple of reminders that form my own Character Bio Sheet. I like to answer them in excruciating detail
Business and PleasureFor the Doctor and River Song, mixing business and pleasure is a way of life...Business and Pleasure1 year ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
He danced slowly, his arms around her hips, her head resting against his shoulder, her soft hair caressing his face.
They were virtually the last ones in the ballroom, and he felt himself floating on a cloud of contentment. For once his body had lost its clumsiness and was simply swaying to the music. River’s warm weight settled comfortably against his front. He could feel her humming softly to herself as she shifted and followed along with his movements.
Her hands had snuck up under the back of his coat, sitting warm and possessive against the small of his back. He turned his head to rub his nose against her tickly curls, breathing in the soft herbal scent of her shampoo and the fresh, rainwashed scent of River herself.
Loud voices raised from the one occupied table still in the ballroom. It sounded like an altercation. He shifted so they could look without having to raise their heads.
Creepypasta OC for Dummies: Design TipsOriginal Series (c) ShackleSoul c:Creepypasta OC for Dummies: Design Tips10 months ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
TOPIC: Design Tips/ Inspiration from Research.
Now I wanted to add my little chapter in this to further help Deviants new to the vast Creepypasta fandom and need help creating a Creepypasta character for themselves or want to further tips to make their already created OCs unique.
We will be going through some subtopics under this:
How to make a character believable with a physical or mental illness through research.How to design a character's clothes based off of time factor or backgroundHow a person raised in a different era would probably speak and act differently due to older cultural attitudes and speech patterns
Physical/ Mental Illnesses- How to do it right for your OC:
Now, you may have seen most Creepypasta OC's with an metal or physical illness of sorts. My tip to you is before you do anything involving an illness to further flesh out your character, please research the illne
flying byYoung at heartflying by3 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
Her soul testing their wings
Innocent eyes gazing the sky
Longing for the horizon
Dreams soaring high
Hopes beyond the worlds
Her dreams fills her heart
young wings, soaring high
Dreams far away
her eyes gaze the sky
scanning the horizon
waiting for her dream to become true
her innocent dreams
waiting to be fulfilled
her innocent soul
longing for a touch
her innocent heart
searching for something greater
Who is able to stop her
stop her fall
who is able to catch her
catch her heart
who is able to bring her the horizon
bring the dreams
reaching out too far
unknown dark waters
unknown shores flying by
unknown winds blowing high
Twist of Fate - Chapter 3Jim was woken by the first sunrays shining through the window that morning. He opened his eyes tiredly, only to close them again right after being blinded by the brightness.Twist of Fate - Chapter 34 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Out of habit, he rolled over and reached out his arm for Dolphy. He was wide awake in no time when his hand only found an empty space next to him.
"Where is she?" he asked himself quietly.
It was totally untypical for Dolphy to get up before him.
A glance at the holo-clock on the nightstand made Jim only worry more.
"5:42 a.m ..she wouldn`t be caught dead getting up at this time voluntarily."
For a short moment he pondered if she was maybe too nervous to sleep any longer or had to go to the bathroom. He looked around the room to notice that her boots and jacket were missing.
Okay, she was definitely not in their room anymore. Maybe she was already eating breakfast. But why didn`t she wake him up?
Before Jim would continue to ask himself even more questions he quickly got dressed and hastily went downstairs. So
Writing 201: Crowd or Cast?You should know your overall plot by now and I'm sure you have your cast of characters in mind, now it's time to cut your cast in half, yep, seriously, cut it in half as you have too many characters. Yep, that's right, we'll focus today's article on something most people tend to ignore: how big should your cast be?Writing 201: Crowd or Cast?4 years ago in Academic Essays More Like This
Here's the thing, the more characters you have, the more pages you will need to develop them in a satisfying manner. So, unless you're writing the next 1000+ novel I suggest you keep your cast with the minimum number of characters as possible your plot requires.
Why have two bad guys when one suffices? What's the point in having 50 mutants in a film where only one takes center stage *wink wink looking at you 20th Century Fox*?
I'm sure that when you cooked up a cool story you had about twenty characters in mind, that's perfectly natural, it's just too much fun creating people to populate your world. But there's an inherent danger in keeping such a bloated cast: the character
The Useful Character ProfileThe Simple, Clean, and Actually Kind Of Useful Character Profile FormThe Useful Character Profile4 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Also Known As:
Sex and Gender:
Abilities, Skills, and Powers:
(everything below here is optional-- pick and choose depending on if it qualifies.)
Phobias and Mental Illnesses:
Character Alignment: I like to go with the D&D system of Lawful/Neutral/Chaotic and Good/Neutral/Evil, as it provides a better idea than just "good" or "bad", but whatever floats your boat.
Theme Song(s): I swear to god, if you even think of putting "Animal I Have Become" by Three Days Grace or "Monster" by Skillet i
Camposque Cattle BreedThe Camposque were bred to live in desolate high plains and are a very hardy cattle breed. They can endure both the summer heat and winter blizzards with little effort. Camposque are natural browsers, living on sparse feed with no problems. Mature Camposque cattle have long silky manes during the summer and grow inner layer of down during the winter which makes the mane fluff out more.Camposque Cattle Breed7 months ago in Settings More Like This
Camposque Cattle are normally used for meat, drafting and riding, they have quality beef and a gentle disposition. Camposque can also be milked though they don't produce as much as dairy breeds. Horns are usually either lyre shaped or flat and curved upwards at the tips, though wilder shapes are seen. Camposque come in many different colors and patterns, and it is rarer to get a solid colored calf then it is to get a spotted one. Camposque Cattle Colorsheet
Camposque bulls are know for their gentle nature
A tutorial to write a Poem...You want to write a poem?A tutorial to write a Poem...11 months ago in Free Verse More Like This
You want to write a poem?
I'll tell you how it's done
Just throw around some rhyming words
Then add a random pun
You want to write a poem?
You want a lot of views?
Just take a famous subject
Maybe something from the news
You want to write a poem?
It won't even take a while
Just search some famous quotes up
'You'll find that life is worthwhile"
You want to write a poem?
Well, you know what
Character Creation GuideThere are no hard, permanently set rules for creating a character, but there are things that work and things that don't.Character Creation Guide4 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
By this point most people are familiar with the term 'Mary Sue' or 'Gary Stu'. They're words used to categorize a particular brand of underwhelming characters. A 'Mary Sue' is just an extreme stereotype example, just as some other terms are. Everyone who knows of them knows how to avoid making one -- or think they know. A character that isn't a 'Mary Sue' is not immediately compelling. The avoidance of the extreme does not mean the character is awesome, it just means they don't suck at the most extreme level.
For all intents and purposes a character is a person separate from their creator. Sometimes a character might be the embodiment of what a owner wants to be or how they see themselves; we call this a self-insert, and this should be avoided. Each character is going to have a different style. Each will speak, think and communicate different from
Creating Original SpeciesSo, hello and welcome, once again, to one of my long-as-longcat text tutorials. This one here is going to be on the creation of original species. Unlike my other tutorials, this one is going to be better organized and hopefully make more sense, although, like all my other tutorials, it's going to be more a guide, than anything else. After all, you might not like, or even have to follow, everything I do, though I hope I can at least lay down a good path for you to follow, least you decide you want to follow it at all.Creating Original Species2 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
For this tutorial here, I will be using one of my own, nearly-original species, my biological vampires. These are simple characters, more humanoid than anything, and a very good springboard for showing one what developing an original species can do for you, your story, or anything else you plan on using these species on. Along the way, though, I will also be stating things that might apply outside my vampire species, and might apply to your species. Whether you use them or
The Sims 3 CheatsThe Sims 3 CheatsThe Sims 3 Cheats5 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Help: lists all commands available at the moment
enableLlamas (on/off): gives a message that says, Liamas enabled
JokePlease: posts a random (and silly) joke on-screen
Fullscreen (on/off): toggles between fullscreen and windowed modes
ResetSim : resets the named sim with neutral motives, no moodlets, and teleports sim back home
Fps (on/off): toggles framerate indicator in the upper-right corner of the screen
quit: exits game
Money & Lifetime Points
kaching: adds $1,000 to household
motherlode: adds $50,000 to household
freeRealEstate: ignores cost when buying a lot for current game
shazaam: gives 2,500 lifetime happiness points to active sim
Build & Buy
moveObjects (on/off): removes footprint limitation for all objects
slowMotionViz : puts game in slow motion, value normal speed = 0, slowest = 8
Modify Traits: brings up trait modification window
Add To Household: add sim to house
Set Age: set age of sim
Edit in CAS: takes the sim back
FullMetal Alchemist OC GuideFirst off, you need a name. I'd pick something that does NOT sound Japanese, because most of the characters in FMA do not have Japanese names. Anything European-sounding is fine. Unless you want the character to be from Xing, in which case you'd use a Chinese-sounding name. If your character is someone who was from Xerxes, their name can be a little more creative, but I'd avoid using normal names spelled strangely. Ex: Stefany instead of Stephanie, Kristal instead of Crystal, etc. I'd also avoid using a name another character in the series already has. If you're having difficulty thinking of a name, look at some baby-naming websites.FullMetal Alchemist OC Guide5 years ago in General Non-Fiction More Like This
Then you pick their age. Most people make their characters 15-16 so they're close in age to Ed and Al. Unless you want to pair the character up with someone like Roy or Scar or Kimbley... in which case you'd pick an age close to theirs. Roy is 28, Scar is likely older. (I'm not sure of his actual age.) So be sure
Super Character Template+++++++++++++++++++++Super Character Template4 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Level of Expertise:
Dwelling Place/Current Home:
General Appearance (RSP Description, for example):
Facial appearance(Includes hair):
Skin color and appearance:
General body build/type/figure:
Armor/Clothing of choice:
Additional trinkets or items carried:
General relationships, past or present:
Involvement with any associations, guilds, or militias:
Known family members, and their relation to the character:
Non-family members of note(Includes pets):
Any enemies, villains, or rivals, and how did this come to be:
Friends & Companions:
Type and Number of Close Friends:
The Mary Sue Litmus TestHolepunch's Mary Sue Litmus Test:The Mary Sue Litmus Test4 years ago in Articles & Interviews More Like This
Ah, the Mary Sue. We can't cobble together a truly comprehensive description of what they are, exactly, but we can agree on one thing: an annoying, 'perfect' character who, through a general lack of flaws and character development, is excruciating to sit through and often makes us gnash our teeth, tear our hair, and reach for the back button. This nefarious creature can be measured and detected, so let's all grab our magnifying glasses and get classifying.
This is a subjective subject; a trait that drives one person right up the wall might fail to get any reaction from another. As you go through the list, count up the points. Each trait will register from 1-5 points, with 1 being a mild thing and 5 being a serious infraction. If a trait is not addressed at all in the story the character comes from, or is totally unknown, just ignore it. And don't worry about racking up pointsthe de-Suifier part of the test ought to restore some balance to
435 Writing Prompts!1. Violinist. (Or violin)435 Writing Prompts!2 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
3. Paper aeroplane.
4. Dandelion seed.
6. She sings.
7. Dragonfly toes.
8. A stolen ring.
9. Broken wristwatch.
10. Missing tooth.
12. Fairytale gone wrong.
19. Lucky rabbit's paw.
24. 1000 paper cranes.
27. Puppet show.
28. Triskaidekaphobia. (Fear of the number thirteen.)
30. Letters to the moon.
32. Ballet shoes.
35. Breathless. (Or, breathlessly.)
36. Tachycardia. (An unusually fast heartbeat.)
37. Bradycardia. (A very slow heartbeat.)
40. Strobe light.
42. Fake quirks.
43. Contact lenses.
44. Siren. (Either the mythological creature, or the object.)
46. Comet in a bottle.
50. Tarot card.
Kari Conway: BioKari Conway: Bio3 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Name: Kari Conway
Eye Color: Green
Hair: Short brown hair
Height 5'9 ft
weight: 134 Ibs
Likes: Video Games, Computers, websites, hacking, books, anime, writing.
Dislikes: Sports, clubs, social gatherings, rude people, better hackers.
Personality: Feisty, Stubborn, paranoid, a bit crazy, tends to talk to herself.
Background: A gifted computer hacker, for 10 years she worked for the CIA, she left to help her brother Jason Conway to fight Crime. She uses her hacking skills to hack into computers, security systems etc. She likes anything technology, like video games, music players, laptops.
Note: SHE IS A BIG MICROSOFT FAN AND LOVES THE XBOX AND HALO XD