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So, does anyone have a good fanfic recomendation that focuses on an adult character?

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by , 25th November 2013 at 04:16 PM (1598 Views)
Or just good fanfic recommendations in general. I want to expand my horizon beyond the stuff that focuses the basic coming-of-age stories or personal relationships of teen characters in hypothetical settings, and I only managed to find a few those, at least on TVTropes. And the only one I very distinctly remember that wasn't one of those was one about Looker and Crogunk meeting with Sinnoh Legendaries(which was quite awesome but I can't be bothered to find a link, it was on Fanfiction.net though It was also very short so if you find it, read it).

As a side note, I am also developing a list for the removed/scrapped mechanics and potential mechanics that were only partially mentioned by random NPCs to see what might be used in the future games, so if you remember an NPC comment that might be elaborated on feel free to post it.

Outside of that, I will also accept your questions like always so feel free to ask.

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  1. CynthiaLover's Avatar
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    Well, what type of series do you want to write about? By that, I mean do you want to write about Pokemon, or Final Fantasy, or Legend of Zelda, etc? Deciding on the main topic can help immensely in the planning stages. As a writer myself, I've done a wide range of fanfics and such on an equally wide range of series, with all of them being fantasy and/or sci-fi themed. If you're trying to break out of "coming-of-age" themes, then try focusing on young adult characters (not teens, more like early 20's and such), so the subjects and tones can be more easily molded to your needs. But, again that depends on what type of theme you're using and the overall tone you want. Some subjects can be easy, while others are more limited. My biggest tip is to jot down various subjects, themes, and ideas in an empty notebook, then see from there which idea tickles your fancy the most, and when you've decided on that, build up the "blueprint" with more details and ideas. While I don't always use a notebook per say, I do, more often than not, create separate Word documents with things like character bios, rough ideas, and other such things to help map out a story series. I will also, somewhat unintentionally, act out my ideas in private, seeing how they flow and if it'll work or not.

    Hope that helped.

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