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Disney remakes the Lion KingSo, throughout the decade Disney has been remaking a lot of their old animated films into live action, and for the most part I've been pretty ambivalent, but with the announcement of their remake of The Lion King, I am getting very annoyed. So far we've gone through two Alice in Wonderlands, a Sleeping Beauty remake, a Jungle Book, and a Cinderella. Whether you like or you hate these movies, most people seem to agree that the original animated versions were better.Disney remakes the Lion King by MrEnter
Then a Beauty and the Beast remake was announced. Despite that movie only coming out 25 years ago, I still wasn't that annoyed. But The Lion King is where I drew the line. It's not because The Lion King is my favorite Disney movie; The Hunchback of Notre Dame is, and they likely aren't going to remake their less-popular movies, although I do really like The Lion King.
There are three main reasons why I'm not too keen on this. Numbe
Fanfiction Writing Tips: Writing The CharacterI've been inspired by some writers coming out and giving their thoughts/tips/opinions on writing things. This is going to be half of my gift to you guys for helping me reach 1,700 watchers, and the other half is going to be this Levi x Reader Astronaut!AU thing that I'm gonna work my butt off on. It might not come out until Friday, but a small drabble or two will probably be in between that time. I decided I wanted to put my best into it, so it'll take a bit longer.Fanfiction Writing Tips: Writing The Character by Attackonfanfiction
Anyways, enough of that. This is basically just my insight on the Attack on Titan characters, and how to get insight on other characters I haven't mentioned + a few resources.
Let's get started, shall we?
Knowing Your Character:
If you're writing fanfiction, whether it's a reader-insert, OC x OC, canon x oc, canon x canon, you need to know every detail you can get about that character. This is extremely important so you can write them as in character as possible. Well, how do you figure out a charac
Tips on Keeping Characters/OCs RealisticHello everyone! I've debated which topic I should give tips on (a few others were how to keep Levi in character, how to describe scenes, etc) and this one was what I finally went with. Basically, I'm going to give some tips and examples on how to keep your OC "realistic", and prevent them from becoming a Mary Sue. Why is this important you may wonder? Well, if you're reading a story/fanfiction/whatever, and there's a perfect character, doesn't it just feel plain annoying? If I'm reading a story and see a character is way too perfect to be true - I'll probably stop reading it.Tips on Keeping Characters/OCs Realistic by Attackonfanfiction
I'm sure I'm not the only one that may feel this way. Now, I'm not saying that your character has to be the most imperfect thing to ever exist, I'm just giving my humble ideas on how to keep a character realistic and believable.
Tip 1; Know The Canon World They're in
This is a very important step. I'll use the Attack on Titan world as an example. If your character is from the AoT world, trust me, they
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