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Wingfeather Saga 5th book RP

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  • #120209
    Kylie Wingfeather
    @kylie-wingfeather

      @kylie-wingfeather

      "He was still. And he was loved."

      ~The Warden and the Wolf King, The Maker

      #120210
      Mischievous Thwapling
      @mischievous-thwapling

        @mischievous-thwapling

        No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader. No surprise in the writer, no surprise in the reader ~RF

        #120316
        Joelle Stone
        @joelle-stone

          @joelle-stone

          "I found not being able to use a pen or pencil as defeating as the loss of her beak would be to a hen."

          #120343
          Wingiby Iggiby
          @wingiby-iggiby

            @wingiby-iggiby

             

            I know you got mountains to climb,
            But always stay humble and kind -- Tim McGraw

            #120344
            Wingiby Iggiby
            @wingiby-iggiby

              I’m here! Sorry, I’ve been busier than normal. I’ll try to keep up, but if I don’t, y’all can just play Artham until I do. Y’all know as much about him as I, anyway 😛

               

              I know you got mountains to climb,
              But always stay humble and kind -- Tim McGraw

              #120345
              Wingiby Iggiby
              @wingiby-iggiby

                *And Maraly.

                I know you got mountains to climb,
                But always stay humble and kind -- Tim McGraw

                #120360
                Mischievous Thwapling
                @mischievous-thwapling

                  @wingiby-iggiby

                  Ha ha, you’re good.  I completely get it 😛

                  And.. anybody else still here??

                  BTW @joelle-stone love that new quote. (Have I told you that already?? Ignore me if I have :P)

                  No tears in the writer, no tears in the reader. No surprise in the writer, no surprise in the reader ~RF

                  #120404
                  LydiaJoy
                  @lydiajoy

                    Hey, new Story Embers joiner here. I just wanted to say that I’ve enjoyed reading you guys’ stories. The ending of the fourth Wingfeather Saga book was definitely unsatisfactory. (Also the first book I cried over, and I don’t cry over books)

                    #120424
                    Joelle Stone
                    @joelle-stone

                      @lydiajoy,

                      Would you like to join our RP (role-play)? We need as many people here as we can get.

                      And welcome to Story Embers!! 🙂


                      @mischievous-thwapling
                      ,

                      Thanks! I actually couldn’t get it to work until recently, so no, that’s a first. 😉


                      @kylie-wingfeather
                      ,

                      AWESOME profile pic!!! 😛


                      @wingiby-iggiby
                      ,

                      A new quote I see. *peers at it with magnifying glass* Extraordinary. 🙂

                      "I found not being able to use a pen or pencil as defeating as the loss of her beak would be to a hen."

                      #120429
                      Wingiby Iggiby
                      @wingiby-iggiby

                        @lydiajoy

                        Welcome, and thank you! Like Joelle said, you can join if you’d like!


                        @joelle-stone

                        Ha ha, thank you! I just have so many favorite quotes that I can’t stick to only one. I know it’s supposed to be a “signature,” and the point of a signature is that it doesn’t change, but I just don’t work that way. 😛

                        I know you got mountains to climb,
                        But always stay humble and kind -- Tim McGraw

                        #120430
                        LydiaJoy
                        @lydiajoy

                          Thanks for the welcome!

                          I’d be happy to join, but no promises I could write consistently or often because I’m a college freshman with classes and work and stuff. Maybe I could have a really small character/part???

                          This looks like a really fun group. Do some of you know each other in real life?

                          Also, can I get a brief explanation of what you’re doing?

                          #120431
                          Joelle Stone
                          @joelle-stone

                            @lydiajoy,

                            College, huh? Cool!

                            Yeah, certainly! And I get the consistency thing; I’m a freshman in high school and have my own job along with school and other responsibilities.

                            I don’t think any of us know one another. As far as I know, we all live in different states (although Mischievous Thwapling and I are in neighboring states).

                            This was Kylie’s idea (although I have participated in something like this before), and here’s what she said about it:

                            So, those of you who have read all of The Wingfeather Saga know that the story ends on a giant cliffhanger. And since Mr. Andrew Peterson *Throws a very, very, annoyed look in his direction* is not going to tell us if Janner Igiby Wingfeather lives or not (I believe he does.), I was thinking we should collaborate on our own version of the non-existent 5th book, starting with Janner waking up at the Living Well, and ending it with, well, whatever we want to. You can use one of the original characters, or make up a new one.

                            We used that as a springboard, and that’s what we’ve been doing. I play Gammon/Florid Sword & Arundelle Wingfeather (she and Artham are already married). Wingiby Iggiby plays Artham  & Maraly. Kylie plays a made-up character named Sylvie. Mischievous Thwapling plays Kalmar. Audra E. S. plays Sara.

                            Have you ever done a RP before?

                            "I found not being able to use a pen or pencil as defeating as the loss of her beak would be to a hen."

                            #120432
                            LydiaJoy
                            @lydiajoy

                              Yeah, college is really fun but busy. One of the coolest things is that I get to work at the library on campus.

                              I have never done a role play before, but I’m happy to learn. Any rules, tips, or advice?

                              As for other writing, I’m currently 57 chapters into the draft of a fantasy novel (I’m excited because I’ve never gotten more than like 3 chapters into drafting any other book, so 57 is awesome!). Sadly, college has pushed my novel to the back burner hopefully only temporarily. I really need to make time to work on it.

                              I’m from Michigan, but I attend college in Iowa. Idk if that’s anywhere near you all.

                              Are you all high school freshman? And homeschool or public school or Christian school?

                              Also, this was a great idea, @kylie-wingfeather! I was really disappointed that the Warden and the Wolf King ended the way it did.

                              • This reply was modified 1 week, 6 days ago by LydiaJoy.
                              #120440
                              Joelle Stone
                              @joelle-stone

                                @lydiajoy,

                                Each RP has it’s own rules (at least in my experience). For this one, we haven’t set anything. A good thing to remember is not to control other people’s characters too much (having them say “yes” or something isn’t a big deal unless it’s a major decision). Other than that, nope!

                                57 chapters?!?!?!? My word, that’s amazing! Mine has 23 or so. 🙂 What’s your novel about?

                                IDK about the others. I think I may be the oldest here (minus you). Iowa is kind of close to me (I’m in Colorado), but not super close. 🙂 And I’m homeschooled. 🙂

                                • This reply was modified 1 week, 6 days ago by Joelle Stone.

                                "I found not being able to use a pen or pencil as defeating as the loss of her beak would be to a hen."

                                #120442
                                LydiaJoy
                                @lydiajoy

                                  My book is a young adult fantasy novel with an epic medieval feel. It has two main characters: a princess named Arlynn and a run-away farm orphan named Jaegar. Basically the goal is to find the missing prince Darak of the country of Agri before the elections are held for a new ruler because the person likely to win this election is the wicked prince Tzadok of Saxum. If Tzadok were to win, he would eventually rule about 75% of the land of Insula Nova…making it relatively easy to conquer the other countries, including Arlynn’s homeland of Silva. In order to find Prince Darak, Jaegar and Arlynn have to find 5 key pieces to unlock a clue to his whereabouts. There’s a lot more to the storyline, but this is the simplified version. Sadly, I think I will need to cut at least the first 10 chapters and completely rewrite them in order for the story to make sense. 🙂 First, I need to finish this draft. Then, it needs revising and revising and revising. I would absolutely love to publish it someday!

                                  I would love to hear what your book is about, @joelle-stone (Also, was I seeing that you go by Ella?). Anyone else writing a book right now?

                                  I’m probably not the oldest by much because I’m just barely 18. 🙂 I was also homeschooled all the way from K-12th grade. Homeschooling is awesome!

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