Author has written 19 stories for Grand Chase, and Elsword.
Oh look, Grand Chase is dead.
And so is my will to write.
Well, I suppose I could write some things here.
Currently in college, but writing is a splendid hobby I very much enjoy. Not exactly something expected for someone in Software-Informatics-Technical systems-etc, but to each their own. Other than that, I read, practice karate, and take long walks. Everyone yells at me when I game and accidentally kill myself, so that's not much. This girl's better off writing about Elsword.
As a writer...
I pretend that I'm good at writing. (
Again, I'm kidding. I can write decently when I want to. I'm open to any suggestions, but the humans here must be shy. I don't bite, do I? Currently focusing on the current stories, a few new ideas here and there, most of which I actually translated onto paper and in development. I generally partake in stories of romance, friendship, and hurt/comfort. I cannot write horror, humour, or Sci-fi. Though quoting from a reviewer, I can cook up a "delicious angstfest of sorrow and despair".
Also working on getting the characters in character. There are few parameters, it's true, for game characters. Some characters are absolutely generic and bland till I actually give them depth and other traits that make them more relatable. It's like giving them life. It's fun!
Grammar and spelling, I try. Please forgive this hasty human if she makes a typo that scars your eyes; I'll fix them whenever I can. I try not to put...whatchumacallit...weaboos? It's nice to sprinkle in a few bits of Korean here and there, though. Elsword is a Korean game, I believe. Storyline and sentence formatting I try to make realistic within the gaming context, though several stories contradict this. I can be flexible when I wish to be.
Also flexible with shippings, provided that there are logistics to back them up. I may not agree with a certain pairing, but that doesn't mean I can't appreciate the writing schematics behind it. Still, it would be nice to have a pairing with some plausible explanation as to why they're meant to be. And no, "They look cute together" is overused. I'm not going to accept that.
OTP is Raven and Rena.
Grand Chase: Lire and Lass.
As a reader...
I don't review. Or favourite. Or follow. Unless the story is truly impressive and worthy of praise (at least in my book) or I know and respect the writer enough to give feedback and keep tabs on their works.
Reading fanfiction has made me realize that I'm not so much bothered by the grammar and spelling (unless it's ostentatiously excessive, just a flick here and there) as much as the out-of-character displays and the predictable, corny plotlines.
As a gamer...
I spam the z-key and play solely for further character analysis and amusement. therefore, you shall never see me PvP. I'm more or less the same in gaming as in writing, so no surprise there.
Grand Chase: NAGC. HeJay
As a beta-reader...
I don't unless specifically asked. I mostly look out for character consistency and general plotline.
My writing days are finite. I've been working on a big writing project for two years now, and it'll probably take a while to complete such a huge project. Please Smile and Hope's Flower were just 2 of the sub-branches of said project, but I'm halfway done now, even despite the lengthy breaks I take. As soon as the last story is finished, I'm done. GC Fandom's a cemetery, but hopefully the Elsword fandom will be left in good hands afterwards.
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