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Author has written 11 stories for Call of Duty, Halo, Disney, Generator Rex, Cartoon X-overs, My Little Pony, and Anastasia.
Well, Theseus at last. You've made your way through the Labyrinth, the least you can expect is to get a glimpse of the Minotaur before it kills you. Come now, masks off. I am here.
Greetings, my belovend readership. My name is T. K. Holmes, but you knew that by now, didn't you? I'll warn you, this page will most likely be as bland as cardboard flavored mothballs, but bear with me. I spend most of my time on my stories, not copying and pasting nonsense onto my page. Remember, I'm still new here, so if you can, try and give me pointers. if you can, just say i'm doing a good job.
T. K. Holmes
Real Name: Doesn't matter
AKA: The Dean, Ginger, Fireballz Mcgee, Hardscope, Leiutenant, the only one in the room who knows what's REALLY hapening.
Interests: Writing Fanfiction (that's kinda a given)
Holmes' Rules of Proper Charater Development and Management
1:NOTHING is too stupid, far feched or implausible as long as can you explain it
2:DEVELOP all your cahracters to the most ridiculous degree, from favourite color to toenail width
3:STUDY any Non-OC characters, and try to pick up on their traits, ther quirks, ect.
4:EMOTIONS are key. Make certain your character reacts in his/her own way to every situation, and give a reason for his reaction
6:BACKSTROY should be fully understood. leave no question unanswered
7:UNDERSTAND every aspect of your character, and use that understanding to help plan your story
8:PAIRINGS should be handled as a subplot unless it's allready the main plot
9:EXPRESS just a little bit of yourself through your character. It makes them more beliveable
10:ONLY kill a main character if it is ABSOLUTELY NESSESRY to the plot, and make sure all the others react accordingly