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Author has written 19 stories for Hetalia - Axis Powers, Ouran High School Host Club, Hunger Games, Attack on Titan/進撃の巨人, Yuri!!! on Ice, Harry Potter, and My Hero Academia/僕のヒーローアカデミア.
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Age (probably 15-17 as far as age range)
Personality (This is the big one. Don't just list adjectives. Give me a feeling of what this character is like as a human being!):
Hair style and color:
How do they wear their school uniform:
Typical dress clothes:
Hero costume (no need to be a fashion designer, just a basic rundown.):
Accessories (on uniform or just day-to-day):
Quirk (name and use):
What do they do at this school? Extra activities?:
Likes (at least 5):
Dislikes/fears (at least 5):
Strengths (either quirk strengths or regular strengths):
Weaknesses (same as above. Include equal or more weaknesses than strengths please):
How do they feel about villains?:
Reaction to killing someone (if it happens):
What story arc do you envision this character having (if any):
Romance (you up for it? If so, with whom?):Anyway, I believe that one of the best ways to become a better writer is to handle and dish out critique. If there are any stories that are underrated or unappreciated, please let me know. I love all stories, even the ones I hate. I pride myself on being a critic, and I will actually post small snippets detailing reviews of other's stories. It works in a range of four stars. Four stars is excellent. Three and a half is very good. Once in a while, a story will technically be good enough for four, put I'll give it three and a half. Four stars come down to personal preference, not objectivity. Three stars is good. Two and a half is borderline. Two stars and under are not recommended. Some reviews are tentative considering the nature of the updates some authors have in their stories. So here is what I have so far.
Worthless by Minima Italia: While well-intentioned and amicable at best, the story just doesn't wrap in the emotional content it's trying to get across so far. The characters feel flat and stilted, and the jarring tone and role reversal happens much to fast, without any real warning or reason. Regardless, the story grows with you, and potential is now being tapped. This story is on the upside now, so keep at it. 2/4 stars.
Bone Dry by PlanetOfTheWeepingWillow: While at times a bit trite and heavy handed in its drama, it carries a good blend of smart dialogue and characterizations that seem obvious at the start, but plunge into a much more enriching realm. This is certainly underrated. 4/4 stars.
It Takes Two To Heal by Kinta101: While it's certainly not perfect, and readers may not appreciate the slow editing and pacing of many scenes, the unique and realistic take on mental illness and likable characters is more than enough to continue onward. 3/4 stars.
It's Nothing by babbitrulez: With spot-on characterizations of Matthew and Alfred, well-done dialogue, and excellent editing, this story of an ordinary moment flourishes as an excellent portrait of unease and the catharsis following it. 4/4 stars.
Garden Wars by OutToGarden: A unique mixer of melancholy and catharsis, this story leaves a certain feeling of bittersweet mess. Maybe from a time long gone, or one that has yet to occur. 3/4 stars.
Falling In The Ocean by FearIsButFearItself: There is so much more to mention. That is just the tip of the iceberg. This is it. This is the dictionary definition of poetry in motion. The story does what all stories should do fundamentally: give us new and improved insight on places that we can't describe or understand on our own. It is moving, emotional, and hits such a personal mental connection to me that I almost feel jealous. How could i make imagery this understanding? How could i make new emotional connections that can say so little but tell so much? When you hear what the story says, it sounds pretty, but you can't get anywhere in life with just that. When you LISTEN to what the story says, you have one of the most emotional and moving stories I have read so far. 4/4 stars.
The Pain Of A Thousand Days by hetalia13canada: So that's it. We have to go through all of this for what i know is the obligatory ending where Gil and Matthew end up together, overcoming the issues that they never actually face. This story is completely removed from any plane of reality i can think of. Clearly, you don't know what you are talking about, and you just decided to make a story that can give people a quick shock and awe. I guess in that way, it is effective, but there are stories worlds better that are more deserving of time and energy. The story exploits a character pain and suffering of a real issue that affects many people for a popular pairing and views. This story is absolutely reprehensible. 0/4 Stars.