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06-27-2012 08:59 PM

X_x I really want to write, but I can't think of a non-cliche idea. >.<

AlgebraAddict 06-27-2012 09:10 PM

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Originally Posted by Caleigh (Post 305332)
X_x I really want to write, but I can't think of a non-cliche idea. >.<


I've got a few good ones. :3

06-27-2012 09:13 PM

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Originally Posted by AlgebraAddict (Post 305344)
I've got a few good ones. :3

Are you using them? XD

AlgebraAddict 06-27-2012 09:27 PM

Nope.

1. The Portal Girl: A man gets a letter from a man who orders him to find someone who can change every universe for the better. He finds this someone in an asylum, and this someone happens to be a nine-year-old girl who is a portal being. Originally designed as warriors for the Database, the Portal Beings can travel to any universe and connect with the Database. He soon finds that the Database is a controlling, manipulative conspiricy that has full power over thousands of universes. Their computer has the names and thought records of every human in every universe, excluding the portal beings, and what makes the man special is that he's missing from the computer. Only he, with the help of the girl, can discover what the Database is really doing and stop them.

2. Nanny of the Mirrors: Triplets George, Charity, and Eva dread the thought of a nanny to take care of them, but they didn't expect one as bad as Orient Barastalina, an abusive woman with a morbid desire to murder the triplets. What they don't know is that they are the last remaining direct decendants of the Mirror Clan, and that when they reach the age of fourteen they will be transported to the Lake of Mirrors, where they will be trained to be great Prophets with the power to bend the future to their will. But if they die, their new nanny will take power.

06-27-2012 09:52 PM

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Originally Posted by AlgebraAddict (Post 305359)
Nope.

1. The Portal Girl: A man gets a letter from a man who orders him to find someone who can change every universe for the better. He finds this someone in an asylum, and this someone happens to be a nine-year-old girl who is a portal being. Originally designed as warriors for the Database, the Portal Beings can travel to any universe and connect with the Database. He soon finds that the Database is a controlling, manipulative conspiricy that has full power over thousands of universes. Their computer has the names and thought records of every human in every universe, excluding the portal beings, and what makes the man special is that he's missing from the computer. Only he, with the help of the girl, can discover what the Database is really doing and stop them.

2. Nanny of the Mirrors: Triplets George, Charity, and Eva dread the thought of a nanny to take care of them, but they didn't expect one as bad as Orient Barastalina, an abusive woman with a morbid desire to murder the triplets. What they don't know is that they are the last remaining direct decendants of the Mirror Clan, and that when they reach the age of fourteen they will be transported to the Lake of Mirrors, where they will be trained to be great Prophets with the power to bend the future to their will. But if they die, their new nanny will take power.

Oooh, thanks! I think I just came up with one. It's gonna be about these three little girls that find out they have cancer. They meet each other at the hospital and become best friends. It's around Christmas time, and the girls' parents become friends and start a foundation in honor of the three little girls. And when they die, people come from all over the world to a public memorial service. What about that? :D

Ruza 06-27-2012 09:53 PM

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Originally Posted by Caleigh (Post 305377)
Oooh, thanks! I think I just came up with one. It's gonna be about these three little girls that find out they have cancer. They meet each other at the hospital and become best friends. It's around Christmas time, and the girls' parents become friends and start a foundation in honor of the three little girls. And when they die, people come from all over the world to a public memorial service. What about that? :D

Not everyone with cancer ends up kicking the bucket.

06-27-2012 09:59 PM

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Originally Posted by Ruza (Post 305378)
Not everyone with cancer ends up kicking the bucket.

I didn't say they did...? My friend's little sister didn't, and neither did my Aunt. So, yeah, I know.

AlgebraAddict 06-27-2012 11:38 PM

It sounds more like a short story than a novel. D:

Ruza 06-28-2012 09:37 AM

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Originally Posted by Caleigh (Post 305381)
I didn't say they did...? My friend's little sister didn't, and neither did my Aunt. So, yeah, I know.

It was in response to your story. You wrote that all three girls died. It would be more realistic if just one or two girls died.
Don't get me wrong, I like a good death in a story, but all three? That kind of gets a bit ridiculous.
Sounds interesting, though. Add some more darkness. Make it morbid, but don't rely completely on death.

wildwolf 06-28-2012 10:38 AM

Dissapointed/upset/angry
 
Some random troll on Deviantart hates the one thing I posted. -_-
I know my art sucks. I already knew that. I'm a horrible artist. I can't draw. But there's no need to be hateful.
Not cool bro. Not cool at all.
Deactivated my account. It hurts.


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