Author has written 6 stories for Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Kids, and General.
Yes, I have a beard.
And it is a sign of awesomeness.
Story Quick Links
(Stories in italics are written by a different author/Communities are underlined/Stories marked by * are ongoing/incomplete)
Non-series Kids => Morris Mouse And Henry Hedgehog
Non-series Sci-fi => Immortals, Lyon, Reality Bridge, Technoss Unchained
*Plot Bunnies => Free Range Bunnies
My fanfic stories
Institute Saga Main Series (X-Men/Superman)=> General Zod, Institute Saga 1, Institute Saga 2, Institute Saga 3, SHIELD Reforged
-> Secondary Stories => Side Stories, So You're Dating A Superhero
-> Full Crossovers => Dark Knights, First Crisis
-> Partial Crossovers => *Harry Romanoff-Barton
-> Black Ink Crossovers => Terminal Justice (referenced, now found at fictionhunt .com/read /7563137/1), *The Contract
Mage Of The Force (HP/Star Wars) => Harry Tano, Knave Squadron
Transformers Prime => New Cybertron, Epilogue
*Plot Bunnies => Konoha's Pet Shop, Little Whinging Pet Shop, Plot Bunny Ranch, Konoha's Magical Pet Shop
Non-Series Naruto Stories => Guyver Naruto, Invisible Fox, Kitsune's Power, Memories Of Others, The Quiet Fox
Non-Series Spider-Man Stories => Spider-Man Black
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My art page can be found at => honorablebaldy. deviantart. com/
-Galleries include Story Artwork for Original Stories.
My TVTropes page can be found at => tvtropes.org /pmwiki /pmwiki.php /Creator /TheBeardedOne
Hints for aspiring authors
Do not post a story until you have written at least 6 chapters or half the story (whichever is less), and even then post it one chapter at a time. This buys you a safety margin should your muse decide to hide.
Use the return button to separate descriptive passages and people talking. Large blocks of text can be difficult to read.
Keep your tenses correct. Accidentally switching between past, present and future in a single paragraph destroys your credibility as a writer.
Check your spelling. It's vrey anonyngi fi yuo dnot'.
Chapters less than a thousand words long rarely work. Type at least two pages of A4 unless there's a specific reason otherwise.
Too many flashbacks can spoil a story if not used correctly. It is very hard to do so and flashback stories are very rare as a result.
Try to set things up before you need them in story. If a character uses a special sword, have him find it three or more chapters before he uses it.
Sometimes, what happens off-screen is more impressive than what happens onscreen. Just remember to include several hints as to what occurred.
Six or more paragraphs with no-one speaking is generally seen as an infodump. Limit them to a maximum of 2 per chapter and never over a quarter of the chapter.
Summaries are like mini-dresses. They should cover the important things, but be short enough to seize attention. Just don't do too many what if's.
Finally, write what you enjoy. After all, you need the entertainment.
Hints for readers regarding summaries
If it says "Please read", DON'T.
If it says "You'll like/enjoy this, YOU WON'T.
More than one "What if" means it is probably unreadable.
Three or more "what if's" means you should keep well away.
More than one typo is a bad sign.
If the summary is incoherent, the story is written worse than Finnegan's Wake.
SUMMARIES IN CAPITALS GENERALLY MEAN AVOID THE STORY
Hints for those posting reviews
Be polite. Swearing indicates that you lack intelligence while insults show you lack self-control.
Be brief. A five-thousand word essay is not a review. Keep it to less than 100 words.
Explain. Something like "This sucks, so there." shows you cannot marshal your thoughts coherently and can thus be ignored.
Get an account. You will not be taken seriously if you do not show you have taken the time to join in properly.
Back up your stance. Do not accuse others of bad writing unless you can prove that you write better in your own stories or have studied language to the point where you can officially teach it at school.
Think carefully before posting. Others only know you through what you post, don't make them think you're a self-righteous moron with delusions of adequacy.