That would be wonderful! Either one of those would work. I need this by the 31st of this month. Does that work?
Would you mind terribly if I included a section of Venturing into the Unknown in the paper for the role play preview?
Could you draw a portrait of Missy Vonheart and Fulson Ottercrash for the paper?
yes! I would love to! Do you have pictures of them? Also, do you want them both in one picture, or two separate ones? Are there any specific things you want me to include?
Amazing newest article! I loved it!
Yep, I'll start today!
The paper is out!
Thank you everyone who worked to make it happen!
I'd like them both in one picture, please Any way you like.
Not at all, in fact I would be quite honored!
I have also been working on the promised poem.
Wonderful! Thank you very much
By the way, @Snoelle_Fitzshine
Since Hans published next month's news article in this edition (chessage confusion) don't draw the portrait just yet. I messaged Hans about what we'll do, and I'll see what'll happen when he gets back to me.
Was there one main person, situation, or setting in Path that you carried on to some of your other work?
HOLY MACKEREL WHAT HAPPENED DURING THE WRITER'S MEETING REPORT ON MY STORY
I'm not sure what happened but the ENTIRE story was somehow wrong, and Tyler was misgendered. It made me laugh though!
@Emily_Purplebottle So sorry I didn’t see this until now! I had a bunch of notifs and just now saw that you replied.
Hehe, that’s fine. Do you have a favorite character that you’ve written?
I sometimes fragment and recycle old ideas, and Path was a big factor in aiding my design of Erik Deruin's Lair (Using some of the engineering design and cave setting of Vy's home in Path), and the scientific aspects of Jekyll Jarfix's laboratory. Also, I found that the scene in the mission room that I wrote a LOOONG time ago actually helped craft a scene in another writing project that I am not at liberty to disclose at this moment.
How long have you been writing?
Wow... Ok. I've been writing for quite a long time. If I count my EARLIEST of early works, it would come to about.... 12 1/2 years possibly. I will have you know that that is not my age, just how long I've been perfecting the art of the pen.
So . . . we won't be needing Emily's interview, since the edition it was supposed to be in was already published (I know, I wish it could've been in there too )
Also, how about the interviews with Jacoby and Vytanni be finished after three or so more questions, yes? Unless it needs to go longer. I understand if it does.
So I got back from Hans and he said we aren't going to have a political report in this next edition. So could you draw me a portrait of Vytanni instead? Maybe something from her Story The Path of the Resistance: Seeing Red.
Sure! I will get started.
Sure! I just ask questions until you tell me to stop, ehehe. If you want, I could have a general numbers of questions per interview so I know when to stop.
Wow! That’s a really long time. Are there ways that you try to develope your technique, or certain times when you learned something that significantly helped you in writing later on?
Having a general number of questions is a great idea! How about ten questions per interview, yes?
Actually I have several ways I have learned. My first was simple... learning by example, by reading and taking notes of how the authors portrayed certain characters and emotions. My second... well... I just started doing it. My greatest technique is that for every character I create, I get into their minds. I put myself in their shoes, and I react as them. How would I feel if I was a young scientist, lost an arm and eye, living underground, and having the entire world government wishing me dead? Also, my favorite technique is to BECOME the character, fully like I was playing a part in a play or movie. It's very fun to try and see all the littlest details of life from a second point of view.