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4 days ago

Hi,new here

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4 days ago
Well hi then!

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4 days ago
Hullo. Welcome to the site!

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4 days ago
Welcome to CYS, new person that we know nothing about. You figured how to turn off sneak peek, which already makes you smarter from a lot of other noobs. Your story seems to be about heroes, so you should participate in the Summer Slam Contest. But before that, pease learn how to use punctuation correctly.

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4 days ago

Maybe not this contest?need get a lay of the land.and understand the basics

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Hello and welcome.

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4 days ago

Ty

 

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Yw

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4 days ago

Cn I publish a game to test it n unpublish it right after

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4 days ago
you can preview your game using the preview button in the editor. if you want to look at the game with the "play [game name]" button on it then just click the title in your storygames list

if you publish a shit unfinished test game nobody will take very kindly to it.

and learn to type/spell.

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4 days ago

Ty

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4 days ago
Dracton, if you haven't figured it out yet, you are on a writing site. Is it so hard to write "Thank you."? Try to improve, put in some effort. If you don't want to do that, don't write a story at all.

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2 days ago
You can publish a story and quickly unpublish it. However, this is strongly frowned upon here.

First, there is a strong policy against publishing demos, and you will get absolutely hammered in the comments and ratings for your story should you publish something incomplete. There is really no good reason to do this.

Second, the story will only appear in the "new stories" list the first time it is published.

You really should wait until you are completely done before you publish the story. You can test it yourself all you want without publishing it. If you find someone who wants to help you test it, you can turn on the sneak peek feature and let anyone check it and test it as many times as you like without getting it published.

Wait to press that publish button until you really have a complete, finished story.