Author has written 24 stories for Robots, Chalkzone, and Pokémon.
Welcome to FireScytheSS, the home of "silly stories", stories co-written by Racingwolf and Flareonwolf. They were all written for our own entertainment and fun, but we felt it appropriate to share it with the people of this site so they could get a laugh out of it, enjoy them, and keep reading. Maybe even write some of their own!
The stories are set out so that each new paragraph is what the next person wrote, so that you know where the co-writing comes in. In every silly story, Flareonwolf's parts will be bolded, and Racingwolf's unbolded. If you wish to learn how to write these silly stories and how we did them (to make more sense of them), we will tell you below. Thanks for stopping by, and we hope you enjoy our stories!
For non-silly story co-op stories, visit Racingflareon, Racingwolf and FlareonWolf's other combined account.
So this is basically how silly story writing works.
You chat with someone else on a IM messenger such as AIM or Skype, and you open up a Word document. You type a couple of lines; usually two to four lines, and then on the next line, you leave a few words which make up a bit of a sentence. You then copy those few words from that line, and paste it into the chat you're using, so that person can only see those few words from the sentence you happened to be writing. They copy and paste it into their Word document, and begin writing to finish that sentence and keep going. Now the second person has NO idea what you just wrote, so they're left to guess what's just happened. Now, a good way to do this is to have set characters; for instance, we've done stories where we said we'd talk about, say, three characters from our stories each, so there is SOME coherency to the story, because otherwise if you write about random characters, then it doesn't work as well and may not be as funny. So it's recommended you have set characters you both know you'll write about.
There aren't any set rules to how many lines you should write before writing the few words on the last line that you copy and paste to your friend to continue with, or how many words you should have on that last line that you give your friend to continue on with.
So, example (without set characters)! The slashes represent new lines:
Joe: One day there was a piece of cheese on a place. // The cheese was a bit weird because it stank. // One day, the
Milly: teddy bear decided to go for a walk. // “Hello, mister duck!” he said happily, smiling with // a very happy and enthusiastic
Joe: tree on his back. You see, he wanted to // go Christmas tree shopping because it was nearing // Christmas. The next
Milly: evening, Santa woke up and saw that Rudolf had got // himself stuck in a drain pipe with only a pine cone.
At the end you put it all together by posting the paragraphs one after the other in chronological order, and then once you've posted them all (try not to read the other person's posts while you're still posting), you read it as one! It can be incredibly fun, and the interpretations of the lines can be hilarious.
So we'll be posting silly stories as we complete them. Stay tuned, and thanks for reading!
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