advice: how to tell if your character is a mary sue
If every single poor decision your character makes falls under one of these categories, you are probably writing a Sue. Don’t worry, I’ve included tips on how to fix it.
by J Bennett Fitts
please consider the following:
- werewolf girls
- all-girl werewolf packs
- WEREWOLF GIRLFRIENDS
Archetypes | CODEPENDENT ARISTOCRATIC SIBLINGSTheir bodies scream when they are parted. They are caught in a gilded cage of obsession and longing, wandering around their mansion dressed to the nines or barely at all. They sit too close and curl around each other like cats, speaking their own language and watching you with the arrogance of those who know they are beloved. They are playful in the mad, careless ways that lead to rumours and revolutions. They meddle in each other’s love lives like jealous lovers and throw the kinds of parties of which Caligula would be proud. Their eyes, when they think you aren’t looking, overflow with dark secrets and darker acts and the darkest lie: that rules apply to everyone, to anyone else, but not to them. They conspire at cruel, intoxicating games of power that only they know how to play, and the all the while you can’t help watching, waiting, wanting, though you know they could never truly let you in. They have been raised like little gods, believing that nobody else on earth could possibly compare. Is it any wonder then, that they have eyes only for each other?
WELCOME to HIGHLANDS — an original character town roleplay
set in Highlands, North Carolina
where are all the rp’s people are getting excited about? or are there not any? i miss the days when people got legitimately excited about groups. or should i say the days when there were groups to get legitimately excited about?