Is it possible to have a story that crosses over more than two series, just not at the same time?7/3/2012 #1
...Crossovers of three or more series are very possible, yes. What exactly do you mean by 'not at the same time', though?7/3/2012 #2
Never mind that. So how can I say on the stories list that my story is 3 crossovers?7/3/2012 #3
Never mind that. So how can I say on the stories list that my story is 3 crossovers?
At the moment, crossovers can't be placed in more than two categories (I'd suggest picking the two main fandoms for the story, though that might not always be easy to judge). The only way to indicate additional crossovers is in the actual story summary.7/4/2012 #4
One single story? No. But you could write a story arc and have different stories in different categories.
I've kinda done that - as far as I'm concerned, many of my stories coexist in the same universe which is a crossover universe between two fandoms. Two of them are actual crossovers and posted in the crossover section. All the others have no crossover content (though I know it's in the backstory) and are posted in their relevant fandoms.
You'd just have to be careful how you presented it. They do need to be different stories - you're not allowed to post individual chapters as separate stories.7/4/2012 #5
My standard is nowadays a multicrossover of over a dozen of shows and movies in one story, and I don't use to put them into a crossover section, but just into the section of the most relevant fandom.
The allowed summary space is not large enough to list them, so I drop the relevant information in my author's notes whenever popping up.10/1/2012 #6
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