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Thats probally what your thinking as you read this, and if so, kudos for reading this. The truth is I have alot on my plate, as I said in a comment to Hidden Scarf, working on my website takes alot of concentration. I am going to start posting on my poetry blog again whenever I get the chance, and hopefully get some interaction with others actually done, I feel I've become a little reclusive. Anyway, Vulpis is back in the library, albeit rather quitly Both my stories are going on a permanant Hiatus due to lack of interest, as well as the story I told you all Im working on, called My Journey, an HIE fanfic, I'll be posting its completed chapters soon for you to read before getting back to my afore mentioned website. If you do happen to be interested in the website I just mentioned, dont wory, I was about to describe it; OldWorldLegends.wetpaint.com is a roleplaying forum based in a world named Gaia, the creatures that inhabit it are based on mythology from the nors, premedieval age, and romans. There are also allot of completely origional creatures, and some based lightly off of other rping games. The system of roleplay is actually invented by me, sacrificing the normal leveling system for a milestone by milestone charting. Every time you reach a milestone, the attributes of your character at that point is what you fall back on if you want to join a different campaign with them. attribute points are self sorted as you earn TP from undertaking tasks like quests and combat, TP marks the way to your milestone and can be spent to increase attributes on a 1 for 1 bases as well as buy features for your character. The world of Gaia has an in depth History and Tavern Tales pages where any user can apply a story to be written, they'll get full credit for the story and the story will be included in the sight. Every campaign goes into writing the history of the sight and furthering it as a whole. So basically its a site started by me for an online TableTop/MMO rpg experience, written by the players themselfs. Sound great, huh, well the site is at its point where I ned alot of help and ideas floating around for how to improve it, unfortunately, not much of that is happening, so its still pretty much a skeleten undergoing beta testing. So there you have it, a discription of the thing Ive been working on that prevents me from writing fan-fic, as much as I would love to. ~Vulpi out.
Day 3 Class today was okay. Normally I'm a little more attentive but without my glasses I can hardly see the board and just so you know, I'm not much of an audio learner. I go by visual. Always. So I just sat and 'attempted' to write every word that was being said. Epic fail considering the instructor was practically speaking a mile a minute. Dont you just hate it when the teacher is moving too fast? Slow down for the students at least, ya know? -sigh- So I just sat back and jotted down small little quotes about how bored I was. Thankfully after class, my friend Jacob was willing to let me copy his notes. Heh. Other than that my day was pretty average. -shrugs shoulders- Nothing else to say. So thanks for reading and hope your school days are going a bit better for you. Well for those of you who are still in school... -Rocket Flare
Hey there, everypony. I'm not sure what to write about, but I figured I may as well make use of the Blog feature since my profile is pretty blankflank enough as it is. I'm totally new to this site, but I'm hoping to make some new friends and perhaps even get somewhere with writing stories and things about ponies. I'm still struggling with writer's block, but I'm hoping that with some inspiration from other pony fanfics I read, I'll someday get the right motivation to write more. So far, I've read four pony fanfics: 1. Cupcakes - My Rating: 4/5 This story wasn't nearly as bad as people kept saying. Admittedly, the original version kind of sucked because there were so many grammatical errors. But I read the "corrected" version and it was impressive to say the least. Now, I understand that it's a horrible story due to the obvious content of murder and whatnot, but I actually really liked it. It was an interesting concept and pretty chilling to read (even moreso with the right music that I had playing while I read, specifically for that reason). I love Rainbow Dash, don't get me wrong. But I've got to say, Pinkie Pie did a real "bang up" (see what I did there?) job of torturing her. The skills of the writer weren't perfect, but the imagination was incredible. I could easily visualize everything that happened in my head - which was even more helpful with that flash animation someone made on Newgrounds. All in all, I loved Cupcakes. My reaction wasn't nearly as bad as some others I've read about. "OH MY GOD I'M GOING TO HAVE NIGHTMARES THIS STUFF IS SICK EW HOW COULD YOU--" Yeah, that wasn't me. I'm not easily spooked anymore because I've watched so many horror-related things; movies, anime, cartoons (HTF, yay!)... So I was pretty relaxed and calm about it, rather than getting sick or freaking out. Then again, I'm also almost 23, so that must count for something. Unless there have been adults who've read it and still felt sick or scared. Weaklings! Kidding. 2. My Little Dashie - My Rating: 5/5 I just want to say that I nearly cried several times while reading this. It's a beautiful tale about a man who lives in a dark, gloomy world that seems to just be deteriorating around him. One day, he finds a box with a baby animal inside; a baby animal with a rainbow-colored mane and tail. He's seen and enjoyed the show in the past, so he knows immediately who it is. Rainbow Dash! He decides to take her home with him and ends up raising her as his own. It's quite a beautiful little read. It describes what it could possibly be like if it were possible to have your very own Little Pony. I've honestly thought about trying to do a sort of spin-off of this story, but instead of Dash or one of the mane six, I'd use Derpy as the pony I would take in. But I haven't figured out exactly what would go on or anything throughout so I haven't been able to really even start trying to write it. 3. Rocket to Insanity - My Rating: 4/5 This is an interesting take on a sort of continuation of Cupcakes. Rainbow Dash is haunted by excruciatingly vivid nightmares (of the events in the Cupcakes story). After her sanity ends up becoming fractured and on the verge of shutting down completely, something occurs and she loses herself. It's a short, but amazing little concept. I like it alot. It's not as descriptive as I would have hoped, though. 4. Rainbow Factory - My Rating 4/5 Ah, this one was a good one. It centers around an older Scootaloo and her dream to become a weather pony like her idol, Rainbow Dash. But after an incident during a flight test, she and two friends find out about a horrible secret Cloudsdale has kept from everypony for years and years. And the most unlikely pony is involved. It's a very intense read, and it had me on the edge of my seat, eagerly scrolling to read more. I still have several other stories to read, such as: 1. Trixie's Funhouse Even though I know for a fact it will be a horrible read (I've browsed through it before and it's incredibly short and badly written), my curiousity is getting the better of me. I don't necessarily despise pony porn, but it is pretty weird. And pornfics are just as weird as the artwork. But hey, I've learned not to knock something until you've tried it. 2. Sweet Apple Massacre I've heard "good bad" reviews about this story. That it's "on par with Cupcakes". I'm excited to read it. I liked Cupcakes, so this should be an interesting read for me if it's anything like that story. What can I say? I enjoy macabre pony things for some reason. It's just fascinating to me. I can't explain it very well. 3. Centerpiece of My Collection I know nothing about this story, but a friend reccommended it to me. I don't know what it's about at all, but he says it's a great read - similar to My Little Dashie in that it's a very emotional, beautifully-written piece of literature. I hope he's right. I like horror stories, but I also love emotional things like that. Wow, I wasn't really expecting myself to end up writing a ton of little reviews. Sorry about that. I suppose I'm just very bored and in need of something to talk about, whether or not someone actually reads this. Let's see now... what to talk about next? ................................... Well I can't really think of anything. I've been sitting here for about five minutes staring at the screen and watching the text line blink. Oh well. I guess I'll end my first blog here. If you actually read this, thank you for your interest (or boredom, whatever brought you here). I hope to hear comments and things, but if not, I'll understand. After all, you're either lazy, busy, or just not a comment type of person. I know how it goes. But even then, I'd still like to hear from you. Again, thank you. - Softy