Ficsean_Chef, The Reader

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Greetings, mates!

I am Ficsean_Chef, and I have a hobby for writing fiction novels. My current novel I am working on is a fantasy novel, Battle of Mechanical Hill.

I am a really competitive person, so you can find me wherever you see a contest or challenge.

So far, these are the Story Games I am working on:

 - Nebula Horde (Fantasy, Contest Entry) [Apr 10]

 - Heist Meister (Modern Adventure, Criminal) [Jun 10]


Catastrophic Diplomacy

To Charleston Hill,
I regret to report that the peace meetings did not go well at all; our political relationships with many of our allies and neighboring countries are deteriorating, and there is a certain chance of war should we not act with all deliberate speed.
I ask of you, our most experienced diplomat, to fix our relations with the other countries. It would not be an overstatement to say that our country's fate quite literally rests in your hands.
                                                                                                                                     Best of Luck,
                                                                                                                                      - Prime Minister Ryiimu

Recent Posts

Bully me please on 3/22/2019 2:58:56 PM

What happened?

Is this some forbidden mystery that is never to be known until you fall victim to it?

Bully me please on 3/22/2019 2:55:03 PM

You actually get banned for tagging End? Damn, I have been here for a while - lurking for even longer - but I didn't know that.

Purr Being A Fucktard on 3/22/2019 2:33:17 PM

Yikes, yeah - most of the active people here have a lot of power here. There are only like 2 exceptions, and I'm one of them.

Purr Being A Fucktard on 3/22/2019 1:36:35 PM

Purr, let me tell you a story.

This story started with pastries - pastries I baked. I spent over an hour of preparation, making sure it would end up perfect, because after all, my friends would be eating them, and they will never let me live it down if they turn out shitty.

So I baked them with all the skill in me, and the results were - in my biased opinion - passable. So I packed them up, excited to see how they will taste. The next day rolls around, and I go to my friends and give them a pastry.

My first group of friends are more like colleagues than acquaintances; we're on friendly terms, but not what you would call BFFs. They try it, and they tell me some variation of, "It tastes amazing," or "Wow Finn, you can really cook,".

Now, my second group of friends has been my friends since childhood, the people who I know have my back, and they know I got theirs. Their feedback is what I have been so eager to hear. Want to know what they said?
One said, "Bloody fuck, dude. Learn to cook!", another said, "Tastes like yeast straight out of the damn packet.". There was no question which feedback I appreciated more - the group that was actually honest.

See, while they kept tearing into my passion for cooking, they know I can't do pastry. They also know I do not like being patronized or babied. I have always drilled into their thick skulls to say to me exactly what they mean.

Now, think about your situation this way: You see them dolling out nicknames (which happens because let's face it, it's hella cool to grant someone else a title that everybody else adheres to), but do you see them actually discussing how damned interesting your idea is? On the discord server, there was a discussion lasting over an HOUR about your story, and NONE of it was derogatory.

Poll: Weird, Weird, Research on 3/22/2019 1:18:55 PM

The strangest research I have done for the benefit of my stories?

In order to realistically sketch out the merfolk race I use in my stories, I had to rearrange the human body in favor of adding gills and more amphibian-like features. To do this, I had to study a whole variety of organs, both human and non-. It actually got concerning when I took a double take; generally speaking, anyone with files and folders full of grotesque humanoid figures and organs would be considered insane.

On the bright side, I passed biology that year with an A average angel.


TELL ME HOW I'M DOin' please. (: on 3/21/2019 9:50:40 PM

I checked out some of your routes, both serious and funny. One of my favorite parts of your story was the structure you used, it complemented the story well.

While there are some grammar-related problems and several segments lacking concise language, the issues are very minor and won't be very noticeable to most readers. However, I noticed that many items and choices can be used as an option before they are properly explained, which might confuse some readers (well, it confused me on occasion).

All in all, though, I really enjoyed reading it - looking forward to seeing it upon official publishing. Best of luck with the story!

Corgi's Unofficial Contest: The Lords of the Land on 2/16/2019 2:55:36 PM

Yikes. Did you at least get an outline mapped out?

LGBT Scifi Story lol on 1/12/2019 10:04:40 AM

Why not? That's what they do in horror flicks, and that works wonders! Like a certain character? So long they're a virgin, they'll live (unless they're the token black guy, in which case they always die first).

In all seriousness, I can't think of any sci-fi that can contain relevant LGBT elements to it. Unless it's a futuristic government of sorts that outlaws homosexuality or whatnot - in which case though, you'd have to worry about explaining how to be that way in a government that strictly forbids it.

Forum's Character Creation! on 1/11/2019 9:18:25 PM

Greetings CYSers! The combined creativity of the people of the forums never cease to amaze me, so today, I will put exactly that into play.

The rules are simple. You will all create a character, determining their name, age, alignment, etc. Anything goes, really. This means that you all will create the concepts of the character. Of course, to keep things spiced, I'll ask that you don't post 2 concepts consecutively - give others a chance to add their concept!

Only 2 rules here, the first one being the forbidding of overriding other's concepts. If someone makes the character's name John Henry, then the name is John Henry. It can't be changed.

The second rule is that contradictions are forbidden. If someone made John Henry 13 feet tall, then naturally he won't be able to have the quirk of hiding under tree stumps or whatnot (unless he is very flexible as well).

Anyway, I am looking forward to seeing what you guys create!

The Many Fates Of Hjordis on 1/11/2019 8:19:36 PM

Hey, just curious, but what programs do you use for your illustrations? I assume that is also how you got your header fonts?