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Draconic: Rejected by Everything since 2004

Not an exaggeration.
in the few cases where I wasn't, circumstance conspired to ensure that I would end up being removed from the fold as soon as possible.

Draconic's life story is one of constant rejection. It's the one recurring theme in his life aside from him making an ass of himself. If you're reading this, then… well, I encourage you to leave because you're not supposed to do things that might suggest I'm not a useless waste of space. Consequences of doing so include disastrous luck, inexplicable depression, and inescapable loneliness.
Also, it gets my hopes up.

  1. Just wondering...

    by , August 17th, 2016 at 07:18 PM (Draconic: Rejected by Everything since 2004)
    Does anyone else actually talk to their characters? Like, literally ask them what they plan on doing when they can't think of where to take the story? Because I'm having difficulty making Tamamo go away after she answers my question. She's asking for an alternate ending for her story arc in my fanfiction... I'm finding it difficult not to listen to her...
    Tags: Tamamo
  2. When Heroic Spirits Steal All Your Music

    by , August 13th, 2016 at 05:42 PM (Draconic: Rejected by Everything since 2004)
    So... Umm... This is a thing...
    My Servants are taking over my music playlist!

    (Please be aware that I almost exclusively listen to soundtracks)

    Like, seriously.
    Aside from several songs from FF:CC The Crystal Bearers' soundtrack, Atalanta's made me listen to Twilight Dwellers from Soul Calibur 4 a hundred times already I'm sure, which is not a problem, because it's a great song, but still...

    Arturia's been monopolizing everything by Kalafina (with ...
  3. Still Blogging About My As-Of-Yet Nonexistent Fanfic

    by , August 8th, 2016 at 08:24 PM (Draconic: Rejected by Everything since 2004)
    It's getting too chaotic for me to keep a firm hold on what I want to do everywhere.

    So I realized that if I used all the Servants I wanted, I wouldn't be able to kill anyone until the very end of my story.

    So my solution:

    Add seven more Servants?

    This is getting out of hand…
    But then, wasn't that the premise that I wanted from the very beginning?

    With twenty-one masters, getting the characters around the world should be easier ...

    Updated August 9th, 2016 at 01:15 PM by Draconic