TamaraI didn't know what I was getting into when my general called me in. I had to go; refusal was never an option. I remember riding the train to Hamburg, swaying as it advanced down the tracks. I closed my eyes. I thought of my brother, and how it had been so long since I'd seen him. I straightened, fiddling with the silver braids on my Waffenrock. Why, if I was combatant, did I have to wear a dress uniform? Oh well, it was the general's orders.Tamara by Soratheartist
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All around me, children no older than fifteen rest in the other seats, some holding MP5s, others holding Mausers. I was a bit... Out of place. I was an old lady compared to them. I probably looked like one, too. I don't think anyone suspected that I was eighteen. Next to me was a heavier boy wearing the familiar Jugend uniform: Black pants, brown field jacket, and the red armband. It was a bit of a contrast seeing a leutnant and a soldat together.
“Guten morgen,” he said, looking out the window.
“Guten morgen, “ I repeated.
How to create a good OCOkay, so I’ve been reading a lot of fanfiction and now I know that a lot of you need a lesson in the art of creating OC’s. I’ll admit I’ve created some crappy OC’s in the past, but I was like ten and they got a decent number of followers, so I something right.How to create a good OC by Animedemon001
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I’m guessing all of you have read at least one fanfiction where an OC ends up with the main character and trumps an important romance between him/her and another character. We’ll that OC may me a candidate for a Mary sue/Gary stu label.
What are Mary sue’s and Gary stu’s you may ask, we’ll I’m here to educate you in these two GIANT crimes against decent fanfiction. Trust me, an OC can make or break a fanfiction.
Here are the traits of a Mary sue.
-Everything in the story goes perfect for her. (This includes romance, school, Pokemon battling, duel monsters, fights, ect.)
-She has absolutely NO personality flaws what so ever. (She is nice no everyone, even people who