The good news, I’ve finished the latest draft of my latest story. Bad news, it’s only the first draft and will require meticulous reworking so I’m not ashamed of my own writing. No one said being an author was easy I suppose.
And if they did, they were lying.
So, yeah, no real point to this, just read some Worm fanfiction, and I have this pet peeve about bully redemption stories, so, wanted to talk a bit about the Sophia, Emma and Madison situation.
Spoilers for Worm, so, beware if you want to check it out. Major spoilers, in fact. As in, most big twists and the ending, so, yeah, do not read before finishing Worm.
Good points all around, if a bit long.
Mags, as requested.
In addition I took the liberty of making the “cartoon character covered in blood” on her t-shirt a little more recognisable :o
Anyone know any good rwby fanfiction that I can read?
Depends on who you’re going for. Since I’m fond of Jaune, I personally like Hero of the Everyman.
It’s rather well written and on-going, without Jaune becoming a physical god. Weiss is also good in the story, serving as his partner.
Jaune Arc Expelled Challenge: A Different Path
(A RWBY Fanfic)
Outline: Cardin Winchester took his information to Glynda Goodwitch, leading to Jaune being forced to leave Beacon after the events at Forever Fall. But just because that avenue was closed to him, it didn’t mean he couldn’t find another way. When he and his former friends meet again, Pyrrha see he’s a changed man. [One-Shot].
Yet my answer didn’t change.
I thought of the Knights. Of Maggie. Of Paige. Of Joel, Alexis, Tiffany, and my other friends. Hell, of Evan, that tenacious little boy who’d held out as long as he had.
They outweighed the bad. They’d helped me out.
I did believe in the inherent goodness of humanity.”
Blake Thorburn, Pact.
You go, Blake.
The goblins shared stories between one another about what goblins were and why metal was so problematic. The usual story was that when a Wise man drank from a cup while dining, the bits of food that got into the cup and lingered after the drink was done accumulated. Except it was workings, not drink, and bits of self, not food. Greasy fingerprints left behind when touching something beyond the veil. Bits of skin that should have grown and the hairs that should have fallen from one’s head, that didn’t, because they were wearing different skin or hair, and the stuff that wasn’t had to end up someplace.
There was another story that said that the unfair folk were people once, and they chopped off all the bits they didn’t like, and those bits became goblins, but Buttsack didn’t like that version.
Fuck the unfair folk. Being magic hairballs for humans, fabricated of their dust, scum, grease, pubes, and stress, that was one thing. Being of faerie? Fuck that idea sideways and backward.”