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Postby Crysuko » Sat Feb 27, 2021 2:20 pm

Female armour in fantasy being stupidly revealing. it was old in the 90s. nowadays, it's just embarressing.
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A m e n r i a wrote:I absolutely loathe dumb protagonists in creepypastas, especially in the rules subgenre. Ffs it's never, EVER a prank. It's never your imagination either. Just get your shite together and follow the damn rules.

not familiar with creepypastas, but what exactly does "rules" consist of?


Usually yhe protagonist gets a new job that has few requirements but high salary, his first day on the job he gets a set of rules to follow. The rules have something to do with whatever monster/ghost/demon/entity is involved with the facility.
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Symptoms that your narrative is a casualty of Grimdark include:
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Postby Western Fardelshufflestein » Sun Feb 28, 2021 10:37 pm

The Remote Islands wrote:Grammar. Man, that's used everywhere.

:rofl:
Crysuko wrote:Female armour in fantasy being stupidly revealing. it was old in the 90s. nowadays, it's just embarressing.

It's so...unnecessary. And the armor wouldn't do anything because it's so revealing!
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Postby Diarcesia » Sun Feb 28, 2021 10:40 pm

Western Fardelshufflestein wrote:
The Remote Islands wrote:Grammar. Man, that's used everywhere.

:rofl:
Crysuko wrote:Female armour in fantasy being stupidly revealing. it was old in the 90s. nowadays, it's just embarressing.

It's so...unnecessary. And the armor wouldn't do anything because it's so revealing!

Did you sleep when they explained they were made of invisible material? :lol:
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Postby Chan Island » Tue Mar 02, 2021 9:31 am

Diarcesia wrote:
Western Fardelshufflestein wrote: :rofl:
It's so...unnecessary. And the armor wouldn't do anything because it's so revealing!

Did you sleep when they explained they were made of invisible material? :lol:


No, in fact that always kept me up whenever I saw it. If you have invisible material why would you waste it on armour? That doesn't even make the warrior invisible! Such a durable, flexible and extraordinary material could have many great boons across a range of sectors....

Speaking of which, I get so frustrated when the logic of items in a world is just patently ignored. Like how castles in fantasy books are never designed around the fact that wizards or dragons exist. Or how the Harry Potter universe doesn't have a huge black market for like half the shit they pull out and then never use again.

Bottom line is, an extraordinary thing either needs an extraordinary explanation... or the world has to be changed to reflect that thing's existence.
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Postby Diarcesia » Tue Mar 02, 2021 1:18 pm

Chan Island wrote:
Diarcesia wrote:Did you sleep when they explained they were made of invisible material? :lol:


No, in fact that always kept me up whenever I saw it. If you have invisible material why would you waste it on armour? That doesn't even make the warrior invisible! Such a durable, flexible and extraordinary material could have many great boons across a range of sectors....

Speaking of which, I get so frustrated when the logic of items in a world is just patently ignored. Like how castles in fantasy books are never designed around the fact that wizards or dragons exist. Or how the Harry Potter universe doesn't have a huge black market for like half the shit they pull out and then never use again.

Bottom line is, an extraordinary thing either needs an extraordinary explanation... or the world has to be changed to reflect that thing's existence.

Is there like a setting where you have medieval tech but have 19th-20th century style fortifications because of dragons serving as the air forces of that setting? Imagine sailing dragon carriers :lol:
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Postby Western Fardelshufflestein » Tue Mar 02, 2021 1:24 pm

Diarcesia wrote:
Chan Island wrote:
No, in fact that always kept me up whenever I saw it. If you have invisible material why would you waste it on armour? That doesn't even make the warrior invisible! Such a durable, flexible and extraordinary material could have many great boons across a range of sectors....

Speaking of which, I get so frustrated when the logic of items in a world is just patently ignored. Like how castles in fantasy books are never designed around the fact that wizards or dragons exist. Or how the Harry Potter universe doesn't have a huge black market for like half the shit they pull out and then never use again.

Bottom line is, an extraordinary thing either needs an extraordinary explanation... or the world has to be changed to reflect that thing's existence.

Is there like a setting where you have medieval tech but have 19th-20th century style fortifications because of dragons serving as the air forces of that setting? Imagine sailing dragon carriers :lol:

SOMEONE TURN THIS INTO A BOOK SO I CAN READ IT AND LOVE IT.
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Postby Aeritai » Tue Mar 02, 2021 2:36 pm

Hallmark Christmas Movies

Half the movies have the same cliches and plotline over and over again.

Rich white girl from the big city goes to a small town to set up a mega store or something. White girl meets a very handsome white guy and falls in love with him even though she already has a boyfriend back in the city. The girl and the guy get married and they save Christmas some how.
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Postby Western Fardelshufflestein » Tue Mar 02, 2021 2:43 pm

Aeritai wrote:Hallmark Christmas Movies

Half the movies have the same cliches and plotline over and over again.

Rich white girl from the big city goes to a small town to set up a mega store or something. White girl meets a very handsome white guy and falls in love with him even though she already has a boyfriend back in the city. The girl and the guy get married and they save Christmas some how.

Yes...they're all the same, but I'll watch 'em anyway.
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Postby New yugoslavaia » Tue Mar 02, 2021 2:45 pm

Western Fardelshufflestein wrote:
Diarcesia wrote:Is there like a setting where you have medieval tech but have 19th-20th century style fortifications because of dragons serving as the air forces of that setting? Imagine sailing dragon carriers :lol:

SOMEONE TURN THIS INTO A BOOK SO I CAN READ IT AND LOVE IT.


That does seem pretty awesome.
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Postby Crysuko » Tue Mar 02, 2021 3:12 pm

New yugoslavaia wrote:
Western Fardelshufflestein wrote:SOMEONE TURN THIS INTO A BOOK SO I CAN READ IT AND LOVE IT.


That does seem pretty awesome.

I think this may work with a steampunk-fantasy type aesthetic. ironclad dragon carriers.
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Postby Xmara » Thu Mar 04, 2021 9:01 pm

Aeritai wrote:Hallmark Christmas Movies

Half the movies have the same cliches and plotline over and over again.

Rich white girl from the big city goes to a small town to set up a mega store or something. White girl meets a very handsome white guy and falls in love with him even though she already has a boyfriend back in the city. The girl and the guy get married and they save Christmas some how.

You're forgetting:

The small town has some sort of obsession with Christmas. Like the whole town is completely decked out in Christmas decor. It's like straight out of a magazine or something.

The handsome white guy is a single dad (usually because his wife died). The child almost immediately befriends the rich white girl. The child has zero problems adjusting to the prospect of a new mom, and they and their dad almost seem to forget all about the deceased mom.

There's always some quirky old person for some reason. They only seem to be there for comic relief. Usually they are a relative of the handsome white guy.
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Postby Xmara » Thu Mar 04, 2021 9:08 pm

Crysuko wrote:Female armour in fantasy being stupidly revealing. it was old in the 90s. nowadays, it's just embarressing.


Ah, yes. The metal bikini. Defeat your opponents via the power of seduction. :roll:

I'm glad to see that it's becoming less and less popular. Or at least it seems to be. About time fantasy writers learn that women have internal organs too.
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Postby Nantoraka » Thu Mar 04, 2021 9:12 pm

Love triangles.
Swear on God, every poorly written work of fiction will have one love triangle involving the protagonist...usually with the flawless/attractive/superior mary sue protagonist easily winning out every single time.

I hate love triangles.


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Postby The Turlesz » Thu Mar 04, 2021 9:13 pm

"I'm to good to murder the main villain" After killing entire legions of faceless grunts.

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Postby Xmara » Thu Mar 04, 2021 9:14 pm

Nantoraka wrote:Love triangles.
Swear on God, every poorly written work of fiction will have one love triangle involving the protagonist...usually with the flawless/attractive/superior mary sue protagonist easily winning out every single time.

I hate love triangles.

I hate romance in fiction in general
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Postby Nantoraka » Thu Mar 04, 2021 9:18 pm

The Turlesz wrote:"I'm to good to murder the main villain" After killing entire legions of faceless grunts.

Luke you literally chopped off Vader's hand and killed nearly 370,000 people in the course of 3 movies.

Good thing you didn't kill Vader in the last movie though.
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Postby Stellar Colonies » Fri Mar 05, 2021 4:35 pm

Xmara wrote:
Nantoraka wrote:Love triangles.
Swear on God, every poorly written work of fiction will have one love triangle involving the protagonist...usually with the flawless/attractive/superior mary sue protagonist easily winning out every single time.

I hate love triangles.

I hate romance in fiction in general

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Postby Diarcesia » Fri Mar 05, 2021 4:49 pm

Xmara wrote:
Nantoraka wrote:Love triangles.
Swear on God, every poorly written work of fiction will have one love triangle involving the protagonist...usually with the flawless/attractive/superior mary sue protagonist easily winning out every single time.

I hate love triangles.

I hate romance in fiction in general

Like a hate on the concept itself? Or hate because it's everywhere?
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Postby Western Fardelshufflestein » Fri Mar 05, 2021 4:52 pm

Nantoraka wrote:Love triangles.
Swear on God, every poorly written work of fiction will have one love triangle involving the protagonist...usually with the flawless/attractive/superior mary sue protagonist easily winning out every single time.

I hate love triangles.


EDIT:
Revealing metal bikini armor for women. Seriously at least have some class when you're blatantly sexualizing your female characters.
Would it kill to add some pizazz

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Diarcesia wrote:Like a hate on the concept itself? Or hate because it's everywhere?

For me, I hate it because it's everywhere.
I'm also annoyed that, like, every romantic relationship leads to intercourse. WHYYYY??
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Postby Xmara » Fri Mar 05, 2021 5:30 pm

Diarcesia wrote:
Xmara wrote:I hate romance in fiction in general

Like a hate on the concept itself? Or hate because it's everywhere?

Mostly because it’s everywhere. But I also hate that society treats romantic relationships as being far more important than platonic relationships, and that if two people are very close, then it obviously must be something more than just friendship. Apparently two people can’t care deeply for one another without it leading to romance or intimacy.
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Postby Atheris » Fri Mar 05, 2021 5:33 pm

Xmara wrote:
Nantoraka wrote:Love triangles.
Swear on God, every poorly written work of fiction will have one love triangle involving the protagonist...usually with the flawless/attractive/superior mary sue protagonist easily winning out every single time.

I hate love triangles.

I hate romance in fiction in general

Except when it's my OTP.

But yeah, I hate it too. It's fucking everywhere and oversaturated and I hate it.
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Postby Stellar Colonies » Fri Mar 05, 2021 5:34 pm

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Xmara wrote:I hate romance in fiction in general

Like a hate on the concept itself? Or hate because it's everywhere?

It is coarse and rough and irritating, and gets everywhere.
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Postby Western Fardelshufflestein » Fri Mar 05, 2021 6:06 pm

Stellar Colonies wrote:
Diarcesia wrote:Like a hate on the concept itself? Or hate because it's everywhere?

It is coarse and rough and irritating, and gets everywhere.

Sex scenes in fiction be like
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