Author has written 2 stories for Transformers/Beast Wars, and Undertale.
Name: Walter D. Arceaion (Not my real name but it workes)
Age: Bitch why would I tell you?
Gender/ Species: Human, Skeleton Dragon, Pony, Eldritch Abomination, I'm a Male
Likes: Traversing Time and Space, having a good drink with friends, Killing some Zombie Bitches, Hanging out in the 4th dimension, Annihilating Planets.
Note about this Account: At present I'm the main user for this account. I won't get involved in all the bullshit that resulted in me becoming the sole owner of this account but I want to explain a few things. This account was run by a joint group that no longer is together, since I had the passwords and made the account I was given the go ahead to use it for whatever I want. The Account was transferred to my control on 07/05/18 so any thing posted since then has been me. I was the one who wrote Undertale: The Angel of the Underground. However now that I'm in charge of the account I will be working on all the stories posted here and any future stories posted here when I have time.
Another thing I will be doing is continuing Transformers Prime: The Minicon Chronicles, I was one of the writers working on it playing the persona of Nexus on that story while the author of it played Orion. I might go back and edit and rewrite the old chapters mostly to improve upon them and to make it a better story but I haven't decided yet if it's worth the trouble of doing so. I apologize for any confusion this brings up.
Age: I don't remember. I've existed since God created the universe and have seen the universe cease to be for so long, existing beyond the reach of both time and space.
Gender/ Species: Human?, Male
Likes: Warm weather (80F- 120F), creating, watching the known universe, reading, Training, relaxing, preparing for anything.
Name: Orion Stick
Age: Same as Nexus as seen as I'm his Creation
Likes: Warm weather, Training, preparing for anything. Also annoying Nexus, but don't tell him that.
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This will be mentioned throughout this section as it defines many things. To me constructive criticism is when a reader states the problem in the text, states why he/she thinks it is a problem and then moves on to give possible solution(s). The last bit on possible solutions is not necessary when giving constructive criticism, however it gives the constructive criticism a much more completed feeling.
A good author for us is one that can take constructive criticism, think it over and act on it if it is appropriate. If someone tells you that one of your characters are out of character, a good author will first reread the chapter the review is commenting on and decided if the accusation is founded. If it is, the author will go try to remedy that in future chapters and if there is time, rewrite the accused chapter. Therefore a good author may write crap stories with bad grammar, but is willing to change and become better.
A bad author will be one who can not take constructive criticism. When a reader or fellow author comments on something like a plot hole or characters been out of character, a bad author will not bother to see if it is correctly and immediately reply with become defensive. I will not post up an example of such a response on this site. It is both rude and too undignified, however it is possible for a good story to have a bad author.
A good story is a story that is one that is well written. There are limited mistakes that do not intrude on the story and most importantly gives the reader a sense of enjoyment out of reading the chapter and eagerly awaits the next chapter. It is possible for a good story to have a bad author as stated above. However, a good story should still receive constructive Criticism so that the story can get better.
A bad story is one which ignores all conventional rules of writing and is just overall poorly written. The reader often winces at the grammar and wonder what they had gotten themselves into when they are reading the chapter. Each new update is often received with a case of dread and foreboding. As stated above, a bad story can have a good author, due to this; constructive criticism should always be given until whether the author is a good or bad author can be determined.
Before I even start, I have this to say. A Mary Sue is NOT an Original Character. These two things are separate and distinct from one another. Original Character's are well thought out, well developed characters while Mary Sue's are too perfect, too pretty etc.
Wikipedia defines a Mary Sue as: "...a generic name for any fictional character who is so competent or perfect that this appears absurd, even in the context of the fictional setting."
Orion has a simple test, if he rolls his eyes at the character, says "Yeah right!!" multiple times, it's a Mary Sue. Simple yet effective and it works more often than I'd like to admit.
A Mary Sue to me is a character that's too perfect and exotic in far too many ways.
I'm sorry, I can't do this anymore. I'm not being paid enough. Not even Orion's threatening me is going to work. I am not typing in more. Where's a buck of acid and Brain Bleach, I need to dip my hands in them and then my eyes and scrub my brain and I need to get a new computer and. . .
Orion here, sorry about that, but Nexus is not typing anymore and he's gone off to... cleanse himself. Personally, I'm not going to type anymore either. As it is, I'm typing this on a separate computer. Nexus broke his.
Original Characters are characters that are well developed, with a good solid background story. These differ from Mary Sue's in the fact that they are realistic and believable. They are 3D and cast a shadow. Not much more to say really. If you want to see if your character is Original or a Mary Sue use this to check Link. Other similar tests can be found by googling Mary Sue Litmus Test.