Monsters of all shapes and sizes have been stalwarts of world folklore for thousands of years. They’ve become the villains of many a film and novel – and occasionally the heroes, too! Look no further than the stars of myths and legends for some antagonist inspiration. Read More
Writing is fun, it’s therapeutic, it’s brilliantly creative. It’s also SMEGGING DIFFICULT to stay motivated sometimes!
Some people talk about having a muse. Someone to encourage you to write, normally by inspiring you – although sometimes I wonder if a gun to the head would work more effectively.
You can give yourself new ideas (I wrote an article of ideas to get ideas here), often you can be inspied by things you like. Read More
If you’ve created a game on OngoingWorlds you’ve gone through the difficult task of getting people to join your game. Once your game is active, you have to keep it that way. Remember that writing isn’t easy, and you need to keep everyone’s spirits high. Read More
It’s not about the diversity. It’s because JIM DOESN’T KNOW WHEN TO STOP CREATING CHARACTERS!
The title may seem misleading, like “does every member need a character?” Well… yes they do, if not what’s the point of being in the game? But this is about something I’ve actually done before and I’m still a culprit for sometimes in game development. What I’m talking about is creating a character for everyone [not members] that seems to get involved in the story. Like creating one for a guy that will only be used once in a while or once, period. Doing this can lead to a giant list of characters you created that end up either forgotten or just deleted. Read More