Uncanny X-Factor, ZoomZolomonZoom and I were planning a FanonCon revival on the Wiki. If you don't already know, FanonCon is a way to promote your upcoming project(s), share ideas, and get to know your fellow community members. If you're interested, let me know in this thread, or here, where me, X and Zoom have been discussing in more detail. Thanks!
Hey, I'm gonna start making episodes for my series and I'm asking advice for like the amount of words or just any advice if you have any. You're episodes are incredible. It's like my favorite characters coming to life and I would love to see your writing be adapted into a series. Thank you for your time.
Awwww, thank you! That's so sweet and it genuinely made my day. I'm glad you like my episodes, it has taken awhile to get to a good place in terms of writing, length, etc. For regular episodes I usually have an average of 1240 words. It's a random number and it's not that strict really, but it is an amount of words that personally works for me. You can do more or less, according to what you think does justice to your episodes. I have some episodes that have required more words, and I used to struggle trying to keep them short, but I don't worry anymore. If it takes twice the words, or even more, so be it. Then for "special" episodes like Age of Ultron (A!), I don't have a limit or an amount of words, usually twice the length of regular episodes.
I can't wait to read your episodes and if you ever want to know anything, ask ahead and I can tell you what has worked for me. Thank you again for your lovely words.
There's a marvel teenage team called the Champions who I call "Marvel's Teen Titans", and I'm making a TV Series about them. It has some inspiration to Teen Titans. And your pfp character (Patriot: Rayshaun Lucas) might be the "Robin" for the team.
Rangerfan14 wrote: One last question (sorry I keep on bugging you, your series is like the definition of a web series, like I can't even explain how inspiring it is), do you have to use any special vocabulary?
No problem, I don't feel like you're bugging me at all. I love getting comments and interacting, so feel free to do so anytime. I don't think any special vocabulary is necessary. Reading a lot helps incorporate some new words organically into your writing, but for example, English isn't my first language. So I've been improving my writing by reading lots of great writers in English. But it is not NECESSARY, you can be a great writer with simple vocabulary.
The issue with daisy is a.) when you betray someone's trust they don't just instantly forgive you just because you have "higher ideals for it." Daisy's reasons may be understandable but she stil lbetrayed them b.) Daisy didn't have believable weaknesses; Someone with no training as a agent won't instantly fool or persuade people who have been doing it for a living. Daisy not having training is ridiculous
We can all agree the first season wasn't the show's finest. Of course hacking SHIELD from a van isn't realistic, but if we're going to be that nitpicky, the whole MCU shouldn't exist: building a suit of armor in a cave, turning into a green monster through Gamma radiation, wielding a mystical hammer that shoots lightning... Its not made to be real but to give us something fun to watch. Daisy has developed enormously since her beginnings as Skye, and so has the rest of the characters. I tend to look past the first season since the Inhuman plot line has me hooked. I never thought I'd see a live action Quake anytime soon, and there we have her.
Out of the three disambigs I created last night, one (Hellfire) had it placed under Alternate Realities and not Movies, but honestly it doesn't make sense to even place it under Movies since there's NO evidence whatsoever. I changed Hive and Yondu, but maybe we should go over every template (ugh) and make sure it doesn't happen on any other.