MrAce321, The Wordsmith

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9/26/2022 8:53 PM

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3 wins / 2 losses




Hey, I'm Ace. To do list: Escape triple shame Done: 7/5/22 Complete 25 well thought out reviews Progress: 15 Write a story with a rating above 5 Here is where I keep track of the stories I've reviewed. If I reviewed your story and you're curious as to the rating I gave it it's on there. Reviews

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A City Lost

This is a story about an artificer making his way through the world. Making choices who shape who he is and who he will become. With even his motives shifting based on his choices.

Authors Note:

This is an entry for EndMaster's prompt contest.

The prompt was, "This story’s protagonist is an artificer, magical blacksmith, or creator of magical weapons. You can translate this prompt to a sci-fi equivalent if you want."

I managed to make this story into a complete product with all the content I wanted in the time given, but I didn't have time to polish the prose much. Please leave any feedback you have. And just for fun make sure to include which of the nine epilogues you got or your favorite if you read multiple.

Bound by Light

This story is about a paladin who is on a quest to investigate an unkown evil out west, joined by a lighthearted mercanary.

Authors note: This story was made in a few days for Corgi's Lords of the land 2 contest. Not really proud of it, but it is what it is. Please leave any feedback you have in the reviews because while I know time could've improved the prose, the plot seems to be lacking something that I'm not sure of.

Crime PG story

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The Candy Man
paper slingers but with kids selling candy in boarding school

Recent Posts

How do you outline? on 9/24/2022 1:33:18 PM
For cave of time, it can be helpful to think of paths as in choices. If it's strictly cave of time, and every path is the same length, then you can think of it like this. Choice 1: 1: Path A 2: Path B Path A Choice: 1: Path AA 2: Path AB Path B Choice: 1: Path BA 2: Path BB Path: AA Choice: 1: Path AAA 2: Path AAB And so on and so forth. Now you can obvouisly take some liberties, like have 3 choices, and I don't write this out. But when I'm thinking of my story, this is the terms I think of it in. The choies are front and center here, and if they are the focus of your outline you won't end up with a linear story. Additional, something I've done in the past that I've found doesn't work the best for me, but might for you, is using the cys editior as an outline. Write a couple of sentences of what you want to happen on that page, and do that for the whole story. It gives you a solid fondation because you always know what to write, but I find it too constricting, plus that process takes a while since the hardest part about writing a story imo is finding out what to write on each page.

Cat Neuters Pedant! on 9/23/2022 8:32:25 PM
Ah, is that basic? I've heard a little about it. Either way I think I'll stick with java, less complicated for the same result

E: holy shit I did the clicky link thing, highlight of all of my achievements on this site.

Cat Neuters Pedant! on 9/23/2022 4:17:38 PM
What would be an example of a machine language? I know of arduino, but that seems more advanced than what you're talking about. I'm decently new to cs stuff, in a college class regarding it now. Also did you even find a way to magic up loops or array's in the editor?

The Cat Raping Pedant Is a Joke on 9/21/2022 9:42:36 AM
I am interested in knowing though, can you do loops in the advanced editor? I'm sure it's not easy, but I wonder if any of these giant games like delve or killa's card game found a way to. I mean if you can't use loops then it sounds like it'd be almost impossible to make those things.

The Cat Raping Pedant Is a Joke on 9/20/2022 8:09:36 PM
holy shit

The Cat Raping Pedant Is a Joke on 9/20/2022 9:45:23 AM

It's now a clicky link

Sorry that I couldn't make it an image, in class right now. But I figured this would be a worthy addition to the thread.

E: Ew, my response was kind of cringe. I was 12 at the time he sent this, for context.

PLEASE HELP! on 8/14/2022 1:34:45 PM
I didn't know it was gone either, I recall playing it and thinking it was decent. I actually thought Killa wrote it, but I guess I confused it with his school storygame that I haven't read yet

Proof of life on 8/10/2022 1:39:43 AM
Preparing to move into my college dorm next week, mocking my friends for having to go to school tommorow. Also been reading some thing lately, mainly a textbook and this other "buisness" book, but also some fiction. Almost done with the Rangers Apprentice series from my childhood. Oh and playing Darkest Dungeon. A lot of Darkest Dungeon.

BLACKSMITH 2 CH:2 on 7/30/2022 5:33:04 PM
Alright then, I accept. It's my pleasure.

Seeking attention from obscure writing sites on 7/30/2022 1:55:03 PM
Obvouisly, and the replies seem to be expressing that, but I'm not sure nightwatches thoughts on that since they used the word "ignore", so I wanted to clearify if they meant "don't worry about it, it'll be fine." or, "this isn't a problem that warrants emergency care and if you get things in order it'll be fine." which I view as two different statements. Because I think the general population underestimates the seriousness of psychosomatic symptoms and how serious they can be.