Hello you special snowflake you.
First, I would like to thank Kirby for organizing the event, the person who did my prompt, as well as my beta-readers, IRUN and Nuclear Consensus. Here, I kind of want to put down my method and thinking behind this piece. This has become somewhat of a tradition for me.
To be very honest, this isn’t one of the prompts that I wanted even though I know it was considered in the thread as one the “most interesting” prompt. However, I hope I did the prompt and whoever sent the prompt in an
Okay to be honest I was doing these up till Rider and then I left for my party and I got pretty wasted and am still pretty wasted when I did Rider and Caster so yeah. After all it's my birthday today If there's anything wrong with those two I'll fix them up on a later day because as fun as drunk translating it with floss with your mouth and Westworld playing in the room next to you well it's not that great but whatever.
Master: Kotomine Karen
Updated November 19th, 2016 at 10:29 PM by You
I still hate how Strange Fake doesn't give descriptions of class skills.
Forced distortion of the class he was originally called forth in. He has received the other class's specialty as proof. Conversely, either of the class skills has declined.
Updated May 11th, 2016 at 01:40 AM by You
Written 9PM 03/15/2016
Before forgetting, I wanted to write some notes about this story, so I can post these when the judging is finally done. Because judging usually takes a long time.
First, I would like to thank all the judges for reading and then giving their honest opinion of this work, and secondly I would like to thank my two betas Glow and Nuclear once more. The work is a lot better because of you two.
Moon’s Corral has been a work in progress since
Updated March 29th, 2016 at 11:38 PM by You
We got a project
In her short story, “The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas,” science-fiction author Ursula K. Le Guin writes of a people enveloped in brilliant joy. Yet their pure delight depends wholly on the misery and torment of one child. The majority of Omelas manage to reconcile this haunting paradox—that their happiness rests on, indeed necessitates, the torture of another. A few individuals, however, walk away.
Taking Le Guin’s creative narrative as an allegory,