I now ship JaneXDave....YOU ARE NOW TALKING TO A RANDOM FUCKASS. SAY SOMETHING, ASSHOLE!More Like This
▲: Hello there!
▼: egbert is this you
▲: Um,No this is Jane Crocker
▼: first time ive heard of you
▲: May I ask whom I am speaking to?
▼: whered you get my handle
▼: lil wayne
▲: Mnm...Lil Wayne has a pesterchum...First time I've heard of that...
▼: alright alright
▼: names dave
▲: Nice to meet you Dave.
▼: sup jane
▲: Nothing much...You?
▼: working on my webcomic
▲: Oh may I ask what that is?
▼: you dont know it?
▼: fuck where have you been
▼: its sweet bro and hella jeff
▲: Sounds exciting...
▼: most ironic webcomic that has even seen the outrageous web of the internet
▲: I'm sure it is! I think I'll check it out!
▼: you totally should
▼: im am so making a movie out of it
▲: I'll be sure too! After I get off pesterchum I will!
▼: why not check it out now
Creating Interactions Between Creepypasta OC'sCreating Interactions between Creepypasta OC'sMore Like This
Hello to all you out there in the creepypasta community! In this continuation of my guides on pasta creation, we’ll be talking about making your own fancanon for both official characters and your own OC’s. Or your own pastaverse, as it were. Basically, I’ve noticed that a lot of people create a good OC that may even have a good story. Problems occur, however, when the topic of how their own characters fit in with the other pastas they interact with comes up.
First off, I should mention that a lot of people, particularly many traditionalists, dislike the idea of their OC’s existing in the same “universe” as other pastas. There is some truth to this because there’s nothing wrong with making your creepypastas have their own personal existence like this, in a world where they are the only monsters out there. However, you can still have a good story if your OCs end up interacting with other people
Some Do's And Don'ts When Writing a CreepypastaSome Do’s and Don’ts when Writing a CreepypastaMore Like This
Good evening or whatever time it is when you read this, my fellow Pastanians. I’ve written quite a few guides on how to create a creepypasta OC that I hope you’ve found helpful. However, I haven’t written as much on how to write an actual creepypasta story. I know there are plenty of people who want to write stories with their own OC’s, those belonging to other people, or just about creepy stuff in general. So I’ll be breaking down three things you shouldn’t do and three things you should do for all ya’ll.
I’m gonna quote my good friend and fellow creepypasta designer :iconjch2897: on the first point:
“First off, do not overdo gore and violence. There might be readers who get squeamish around gore, but don't be pouring out blood and entrails every minute of the story and don't use it too much. That makes the story boring to read and that scare factor will wear thin quickly.