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Strider
Joined Aug 5, 2017
Strider
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From United States Male Born 20th Apr 1992 Bachelor
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Hacking the Sun
Updated Oct 10, 2020
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Humor
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I wrote a thing about a Hacker during the night, Pizza and Taco Delivery person during the day. Furthermore, she's living on earth after the planet has become subjugated to an alien race. So, there's that.

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Hacking the Sun

I wrote a thing about a Hacker during the night, Pizza and Taco Delivery person during the day. Furthermore, she's living on earth after the planet has become subjugated to an alien race. So, there's that.

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A Dance Between Devil & Death 2
Updated Sep 1, 2017
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Following the tale of the Crimson Country, we find ourselves farther east. But we are continuing the story of characters going into a darker place. One man still has to reconcile the difference between soldier and murderer, and he's on the road to obtaining help.

Here lies the story of a wanderer. After finding himself on the roadside of a strange place within a strange town, he decides it's time to unwind.

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A Dance Between Devil & Death 2

Following the tale of the Crimson Country, we find ourselves farther east. But we are continuing the story of characters going into a darker place. One man still has to reconcile the difference between soldier and murderer, and he's on the road to obtaining help.

Here lies the story of a wanderer. After finding himself on the roadside of a strange place within a strange town, he decides it's time to unwind.

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A Swordsman Specifically Known as 'Seraph'
Updated Aug 29, 2017
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Humor
Crime

This is a thing I wrote about a weird guy who wields a sword and has powers that make no sense. He can be quite comical, although some people may refer to him as "a piece of crap."

Yes, magic exists, and he's basically one of three kinds of people who exist in his region.

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A Swordsman Specifically Known as 'Seraph'

This is a thing I wrote about a weird guy who wields a sword and has powers that make no sense. He can be quite comical, although some people may refer to him as "a piece of crap."

Yes, magic exists, and he's basically one of three kinds of people who exist in his region.

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A Dance Between Devil & Death
Updated Aug 16, 2017
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It starts with one man reconciling the difference between loyal soldier and murderer. Which is he? One act of defiance leads him away from the life he knew, crossing paths with an energetic and distracted stranger who dares to call him “friend.” One becomes two until they come across a third individual - a young, forlorn woman wielding an heirloom for a weapon yet always afraid to be near it. With her, the two men make a vow to avoid the unnecessary spilling of blood. And then comes the cleric, a man of secrets who wields literature and holy rhetoric like a weapon. But when a vicious Duke comes around to claim his protégé, Dane’s companions must understand and question the notorious epithet... Pale Devil. The four companions seek to escape, and so journey to a land of better pastures. But their destination is riddled with underworld secrets. They must question everything about their journey and themselves when they begin seeing the world through the eyes of an assassin, a thief, a bounty hunter, and an old soldier. Their true quest is survival.

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A Dance Between Devil & Death

It starts with one man reconciling the difference between loyal soldier and murderer. Which is he? One act of defiance leads him away from the life he knew, crossing paths with an energetic and distracted stranger who dares to call him “friend.” One becomes two until they come across a third individual - a young, forlorn woman wielding an heirloom for a weapon yet always afraid to be near it. With her, the two men make a vow to avoid the unnecessary spilling of blood. And then comes the cleric, a man of secrets who wields literature and holy rhetoric like a weapon. But when a vicious Duke comes around to claim his protégé, Dane’s companions must understand and question the notorious epithet... Pale Devil. The four companions seek to escape, and so journey to a land of better pastures. But their destination is riddled with underworld secrets. They must question everything about their journey and themselves when they begin seeing the world through the eyes of an assassin, a thief, a bounty hunter, and an old soldier. Their true quest is survival.

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Writing - Yours & Mine
Updated Aug 16, 2017
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I can't stop writing, but I probably learn more about writing when I read 100 words that belong to another person than when writing 1,000 words of my own. Everyone here has an interesting tale to tell, but it's never really their idea that's the problem so much as they way it's conveyed. That said, it's always good to think about every detail of your writing. How a character says things, consistency, jumping from one moment to the next, the emotions you're trying to evoke from your reader, etc.

Have you written a death scene, before? Well, when you write one, is it suppose to have an impact? The importance of a character can often be displayed by how quick their death passes through the pages.

Anyways, I like to give advice or editing to people who directly ask for it. Makes me know they care about their work, therefore I should care. Same goes to you. I welcome assistance. These felt like things worth mentioning in a blog.

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Writing - Yours & Mine

I can't stop writing, but I probably learn more about writing when I read 100 words that belong to another person than when writing 1,000 words of my own. Everyone here has an interesting tale to tell, but it's never really their idea that's the problem so much as they way it's conveyed. That said, it's always good to think about every detail of your writing. How a character says things, consistency, jumping from one moment to the next, the emotions you're trying to evoke from your reader, etc.

Have you written a death scene, before? Well, when you write one, is it suppose to have an impact? The importance of a character can often be displayed by how quick their death passes through the pages.

Anyways, I like to give advice or editing to people who directly ask for it. Makes me know they care about their work, therefore I should care. Same goes to you. I welcome assistance. These felt like things worth mentioning in a blog.

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