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  • Neasa replied to the topic Character Castle 2.0 in the forum Fantasy Writers 6 hours ago

    Lorcan

    Lorcan was honestly still trying to wrap his head around the two newcomers when Liorah and Ferran reappeared. Thankfully. Well not that he cared really.

    And it appeared that they knew Sahar and Acyn. Because of course. Of course they did.

    ‘Flipping eejits,’ Lorcan muttered under his breath. He couldn’t handle anymore idiots in his life…[Read more]

  • @rose-colored-fancy

    Aww I’m going to miss Liorah and Ferran

    Lorcan be like: Thank goodness. Those two are now gone. I can live in peace.

    *subsequently leave the room to cry loudly into a cushion* My life has no meaning without those two idiots making my life a misery! Noooo!

    Lorcan has dark hair and is wearing a steampunk coat and a face mask…

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  • @rose-colored-fancy

    Yes. Always yes, no matter what the context XD LOL, there’s a reason most movie villains have British accents XD (Although British accents sound really cool actually XD)

    Oh my goodness, how have I never thought of that before? Now I know why I imagine British accents when I read about villains XD

    What’s your favourite accent e…[Read more]

  • Neasa replied to the topic Character Castle 2.0 in the forum Fantasy Writers 1 week ago

    @rose-colored-fancy

    I was just randomly thinking about how much my character Gavril would like Lorcan XD I don’t know why, I just think they’d have a glorious time talking about swords and stuff XD He’s nice enough to allow Lorcan’s ego to remain unscathed and I think they’d actually get along really well.

    And I know what you’re thinking bu…

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  • Mayra stared with a mixture of confusion and horror as Nithel slowly faded away. Alessio raced to grab his hand, but he went right through it. Nithel smiled before vanishing completely.

    Every muscle in her body went numb. No. Oh – no. Was – was she going to fade too? She found herself grabbing at her skin, her hair, her limbs to see if she too…[Read more]

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  • Neasa replied to the topic Character Castle 2.0 in the forum Fantasy Writers 1 week ago

    @calidris

    honestly, I totally get that about not knowing what you want to convey with your characters.  I feel like what you’re going through is a sign that your characters and skills are growing, since real people often feel conflicted and confused about their own desires and beliefs!  I think that Meira seems like a really interesting cha…

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  • @rose-colored-fancy

    Finally.

    I know what Lorcan‘s arch nemesis looks like… Beware!😅

    Its such a pretty drawing, you‘re so good!

    Btw I was working on the next part of the Story, and I sent it off, but something went wrong, it obviously didn’t save or something…

    so now I must rewrite it! The horror😭

  • @rose-colored-fancy

    Now it’s Lorcan’s edginess versus Sahar’s eternal optimism and Acyn’s blunt curiosity XD Let the games begin XD

    Oh. My. Gosh XD XD XD!!! Bahahaha this is brilliant!! I am going to have a field day with these two, I love them already XD

    Lorcan

    “Phantom Ranger? That’s a nice name! But I like Lorcan better,” the girl said bri…[Read more]

  • @calidris

    Of course!  Let me know if you end up liking it    I’ve had all three of those recommended to me.  I’ll have to look into it.  I didn’t really like the sound of Fullmetal Alchemist’s plot either, and I’ve heard that AoT is incredibly violent.  But, I’ve also heard that it’s an amazing story with great themes and characters, so we’ll see!

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  • Neasa replied to the topic Character Castle 2.0 in the forum Fantasy Writers 3 weeks ago

    Lorcan

    Lorcan glared at the boy and girl who had just fallen from the sky, squinting through the clouds of dust. He gripped his swords firmly, but in a way that looked casual. He was making sure that they could see them. His father always said to be cautious when making a statement to others. Never look like you want to start a fight. Always look…[Read more]

  • @this-is-not-an-alien

    Hii Cathy! Glad to be here❤️

    Ack, thanks! My parents really deeply study the Faith and Bible study with us and keep learning themselves so it’s all thanks to them! I don’t really know much about the apparitions in Medjugorje, can you tell me about them?

    Thats pretty cool gosh. Good on your parents for educating you…[Read more]

  • Neasa replied to the topic Character Castle 2.0 in the forum Fantasy Writers 3 weeks, 1 day ago

    @rose-colored-fancy

    LOL, Lorcan be like “I don’t care.” Narrator: But he did care. XD

    Bahahaha you’re so right, that just about sums it up🤣🤣 my Lorcan is such a softie on the inside😄

    I’ll leave Liorah in that mess for a minute so y’all can have your side-quest XD (Plus it’s just getting awkward and it’ll be fun to torture them for a while yet XD)

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  • Lorcan 

    Lorcan was only slightly shocked when the mysterious newcomer with the long black hair and the light blue robes emitted a great light that destroyed the gooey creature. Because what else was there to be surprised about? Everything he had ever known had literally been turned on its head.

    He gritted his teeth as he slashed through each…[Read more]

  • @calidris
    Btw Haikyuu sounds good now that I know more about it. I’m not sporty either but i must give it a try one of these days. Thanks for recommending it! And I soo recommend Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood and Attack on Titan, they’re just masterpieces. FMAB has me crying with laughter every time😂 There’s also an earlier Fullmetal Alche…[Read more]

  • @calidris

    I actually think that your drawing of Mayra is quite good!  I feel like I can get a really good picture of her personality and character by looking at it, which is really cool.  There’s a level of fierceness and intensity in her face that is just really interesting, and I think it’s super cool!  What kind of a character is she?

    Ah thanks…[Read more]

  • @this-is-not-an-alien

    OHMYGOSH I SOOO ANIME MY CHARACTERS I LOVE ANIME ANIME IS SOOOOOO COOL I WANNA ANIMATE MY BOOK IN ULTRA-REALISTIC ANIME I’M SO GONNA HAVE AN ILLUSTRATED VERSION OF MY NOVEL IN ANIME STYLE I LOVE ANIME!!!!!
    *ahem* *awkward silence from interjecting into somebody else’s conversation for no good reason*
    (I love anime &#x…

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  • @calidris

    Here’s a drawing I did. There are others but they’re kind of spoilery so I went with this one in the end. The other character in it is my MC Mayra, but its reaally not good so you don’t need to pay any attention to her😂

  • @calidris

    Lorcan is from a modern dystopian fantasy setting. Its a word where basically the British empire is still around except the royal family has been taken over by Faeries and have conquered the world through their powerful military forces. Its based on the idea of what if Ireland never got its independence and has been under Imperial rule…[Read more]

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