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  • SolZen321

    Dino Jihad 2

    June 8, 2018 by SolZen321

    So I've decided to a Parody story. Shocking I know (for everyone but those that know it's less Parodies and more the vast quantity of bad ones that annoy me...hell Zearth and 2 are among my favorite movies for this franchise!). For those that want to know why I have decided to do this story...go check discord, I am not in the mood.

    This blog is mostly here for discussion with those experts in Ultra Parody, to give suggestions for the story and characters.


    A cult of fake Ultras has attempted to infiltrate the Parody Garrison...or Live Chat Cafe, whichever works best. Their goal is to convert more Ultras into fake Ultras, draining them of their life and mind to create more hollow knockoffs...and create more raptorized versions of Kaiju for the…


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    Sol here, with another blog, however, this time, I'm not giving writing tips, nor doing an editorial, or making a poll. Today I'm here to talk about a problem certain users have noted. I'm here because some users, who I will refrain from naming so don't bother asking, give out way too much information.



    Now, one of the principle aspects of the internet, is the concept of anonymity. Despite what people may think, despite how we may act. We...don't know each other here, not really, not truly. We can and have deduced things about each other based on certain things, like mannerisms, speach patterns, and such, but nothing major. At present, the closest I know anyone has gotten to my real name, is the first initial of my first name, and this...thi…



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    Sol here, for a blog I think has been long overdue. Today we talk about being Original, and how...not being that original, is not as bad as you would think.


    I have said before, that the best way to be original in this day and age is to take several disparate things and find a way to make them work as one thing. Take aspects, 'inspirations' from various sources to make your own blend of these things. I also said that only using one 'inspiration' was just ripping something off... (Looks at all the OrbGeeds, and Kiddos).

    As much as I don't like certain trends, the trends themselves are not the problem. The real problem is the laziness with which they are handled. No real attempts are made to make these iterations of a trope unique, distinct, or…


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  • SolZen321

    At the request of Furno, I have decided to make this blog talking about violence in stories, though it's mainly to explain why gore fests are not cool.



    With a series like the Ultra Series, which revolves around battles between good and evil, the presence of violence is inevitable. However, despite the rules here, this is not really against the rules, that because in art, violence comes in different levels. There is cartoon violence, or slapstick, mild violence, and then we get to gratuitous violence. Respectively, these levels of violence range from the cartoonish, to mundane, and peeks at the excessive. 'Excessive' is perhaps the key term there. The violence that often turns people off, is often that which is excessive. With our medium bei…



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    Hey guy. So Sentinel asked me to do this blog spot the other day and I agreed. So you can thank him for this. In short, let's at new characters and when would be the best times to introduce them to a story.

    Please note this blog will be talking about Main and Secondary characters, maybe even tertiary, basically characters that can get a background story, in needed. Background characters don't require this much thought. Also, this blog assumes you've already decided/created characters for your story



    The first question of about if to add a new question is simple...do you need them. No, more accurate would be to ask, does the story need them?

    I've talked before about proactive/strong characters, characters who on some level, drive the story forw…



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