ecoLyte, The Dramatist
I first came here in 2010 to read Necromancer. Finally came up with the brilliant idea of getting immersed in the community and now I'm here. You can always find me playing an RP game or on the forums in general.
I can also proofread your work, if you need someone to. Though I'm not very clever at coming up with ideas for stories, it's my own way of releasing quality content for the site.
Where I relieve my incessant need to write (on anime):
Recent PostsWhat have I missed on CYS? on 6/30/2017 3:06:30 AM
Great write up. On the same boat as Leo at the moment. The whole situation about Kiel is just unfortunate; really respected him when I was still around what-with all the reviews and writing prompts he hosted. Nice to see some old faces still around, however.
My Side of the Mountain on 10/26/2016 10:53:12 AM
Oh? I preferred Brian's Winter. The Crossing was alright for me, but Winter's description of almost everything was on point (the food, hehe) as far as I remember.
Graduated. Now what? on 5/9/2016 9:36:34 AM
Definitely try to get your foot into the door of whatever you're attempting to major in (or what you want to do in life). Even if you don't know what that is yet, you've still got another 2 years to figure it out.
If not, than just go marry yourself into a rich white family. Should be set for life until the inevitable fallout between your step-brother, your aunt, and the kooky uncle on who gets to keep the majority of the inheritance.
What Makes A Good Villain? on 5/7/2016 6:06:03 PM
Pulling this out from my ventures into anime with an example from Re:Zero.
A trait that I sadly find lacking from the media (aside from the horror genre in general) I watch or read is the sense of dread. Villains are supposed to be terrifying in their own way, and I do enjoy fearing for the protagonist when they meet just as much as I enjoy connecting with the villain.
The main antagonist from Re:Zero, Elsa, does a good job at this. The sense of dread when you finally meet her, the fear you share with the protagonist when they both end up fighting, and the terror of being hunted down by an unknown predator is very refreshing to me.
PS4 Vs Xbox one Vs PC on 5/4/2016 10:54:33 AM
I can assure you that playing Skyrim on the xbox vs. playing it on the PC are two very different experiences. No matter what you're argument is, your statement is in every sense, incorrect.
Source: I own and play both frequently.
PS4 Vs Xbox one Vs PC on 5/4/2016 10:52:16 AM
At least I have the pleasure of having my hundreds of games stored on a virtual shelf, instead of one that'll just clutter up my already crowded room. That, and the fact that I can switch from productivity to procrastination with little to no effort is a plus.
Tired. Last page of math. Late. Anyone else? on 5/3/2016 10:55:40 AM
It's a struggle to keep up with so many activities at the same time, especially if you start falling behind on it. I'm more or less, better at handling the workload at the moment, but that could change in an instant. Definitely a big procrastinator as well, so join the club!
Finishing up classes at the moment: AP exams along with my other writing projects going on. Video games are the bane of my productivity though, heh.
That's right, now I remember why I hate people. on 4/29/2016 8:50:07 AM
Easiest way to turn into a WC-esque fanatic who refuses constructive criticism while constantly publishing steaming heaps of trash.
GED on 4/22/2016 7:40:26 PM
Opportunities come and go. I was working on a job for some smaller companies and ghostwriting articles here and there. Got recommended to an even bigger company who wanted me working with them. Unfortunately, the workload would've been too much alongside classes. I did play with the idea of dropping out for a year to get my foot into the door, but decided it was too risky and declined.
It really depends on your situation. If you think you can go far with it, go for it. But if it's something trivial like working a dead-end job at a chain grocer or something like that, you're better off staying in school.
No 1 rating on 4/15/2016 12:45:08 PM
At the pace you're writing, I wouldn't be surprised if your profile will need an entire new page to hold all your stories in about half a year's time! I'd ask you for your secret if I didn't already know about your small predicament. Being kidnapped and chained to a desk in a musty basement definitely helps the writing go along.
It's either that, or you're just a really dedicated writer. But nah, that's a bit farfetched.