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24 Dec

Elegy for a Dead World¬†is a recently released PC video game where the focus is to write and record your observation or even create a story of the¬†ruins you’ve found on these worlds. You can explore the worlds on foot to see more of it, and this was my first attempt, and was written in sort of a blind desire to just write.

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Here Are Some Cartoons About Characters in Writing!

19 Oct

Although this weekly Internet web-series tends to focus on topics within the video game industry, these three episodes are specifically addressing a few topics regarding characters within a story, and they do bring up interesting examples and ideas to the table.

Ever heard of the Myers-Briggs Personality Types? What about finding yourself unsure as to how should you have a character act? Why don’t you give this a watch, it’s only about 8 minutes long anyways.

What is a true female character? Not what is a good character that happens to be female, but a character that had to be female?

How do you write a LGBT character? There are times when it feels force, like your character falls into a stereotype too much so that they’re only with titles such as “the gay guy.” But would it even be worth making a character a LGBT if you were hiding it and minimizing that aspect of the character on the story? Extra Credits presents two decent examples as they explore sexual diversity. (Spoilers for Persona 4 if any of you are even concerned)