A Guide: Tips on Writing a KI Fanfiction Greetings, dear readers. I've gotten a lot of really encouraging and good reception regarding On the Wings of Light and Dark and Praelium Pondera, my series of fanfics based after Kid Icarus: Uprising. Several people have been asking me for tips on how to write a good KI story, and between those people and rather... -no offense to the authors- cheesy or uninteresting fanfictions I've come across, I've decided to type up this guide on what I believe will lead to a better story that anyone can enjoy. Please keep in mind that I'm not trying to attack anyone nor do I think I'm an expert. Feel free to disagree with me, but please, no bashing or flaming.More Like This
So, ready to get started? Let's begin.
Plot is obviously one of the most essential parts of a fanfiction- if the plot is poorly thought out or uninteresting, readers won't stick around. It's important to be creative- look, it gets annoying when every other story a person sees says "So-and-so meets Pit, adventu
[ALC] PROLOGUEPROLOGUEMore Like This
A long time ago this story began, a tale that started when the banished Goddess of Dark, Medusa, took revenge upon her sister, Palutena, Goddess of Light. With a swift attack and little mercy, the heavens were conquered and the Light Goddess was locked away in her own temple. Where many failed against the powerful Goddess, a young flightless angel succeeded. The boy traversed the depths of hell and found his way back to the heavens, collecting the only treasure that would slay the vengeful Goddess along the way, and brought peace back to the world.
And this was the beginning of the Angel Land Story.
A quarter century passed without incident. Mankind and the divine beings lived in a peaceful state without much worry. It was not to last as Medusa rose again, declaring war on her sister and promising revenge. Once again, Palutena's champion, the flightless angel, was called upon to deal with the threat. Along the way he met allies and enemies, and his dark side was born fr
The 100 Themes ChallengeThe 100 Themes ChallengeMore Like This
We know there a few clubs out there now supporting this challenge.
However, many of those clubs are inactive or having troubles. So, we decided to create an 100 themes challenge club that supports the original list AND 4 other variations meaning we should have something for everybody.
For those who don't know, allow me to explain.
The 100 Themes Challenge is a project where you are given a list of 100 words/themes to create pieces on up untill you complete the whole list. And there is no time limit! Its a good job because this can take ages to complete. Not a very good challenge for the impatient I must admit. And you can complete this challenge in whatever medium you want. That includes poetry and prose. You don't have to stick to one medium throughout. You use whatever you like and you don't have to do the list in order either!
And, if you had fun completing it the first time, you can go try another variation and try another list all over again!