Where are all the adult demigods in the Percy Jackson series.
I’ve been reading the series. So far, I’m not impressed with it. The premise is so preposterous and unoriginal if you look past the whole demigod thing. The characters are all unoriginal and reminds me of most other famous book characters. Above all, something kept nagging me while I read it.So…
It’s stated several times that a lot of demigods don’t reach adulthood because monsters attack when their powers begin to show. All of the demigods do not get saved and whisked a way to Camp Half Blood because there are too many of them thanks to some very frisky gods. However, some of them simply never develop their powers and live as humans. The kids are fighting the war largely because it’s their camp and campers who are being threatened so the battle kind of fell in their laps.Yes, the book could have explained what happened to all the adult demigods, but does it really matter? And the target audience for these books isn’t going to think that far or really care about the adults who came before them.
One dimensional characters. Predictable plot and outcome.
A lot of times when I watch anime or read books and look up reviews of them they usually say something like the characters are one dimensional(meaning they only have one personality throughout the series) I heard about that hen I read a review for hunger games. Then when I read reviews for Fairy Tail and The Future…
anime characters are most of the time 1 dimensional, but it is what they do in the story plot that makes the anime so good and the storyline or story plot also has to be good for the anime to be good.Attack On Titan. Not all the characters are 1 dimensional and there are so many plot twists and mysteries, it make the anime/ manga good. Good mysteries not bad ones like Lost TV series.Death Note, Read or Die, Get Backers, Deadman Wonderland, Fist of the Northstar, and Ranma 1/2Ever occur to you that people like 1 dimensional characters? They like to clearly see who is the villan, hero, clown, and etc of the story are? I watch anime for the story and the plots and not the characters’ personalities and developement.
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Help on writing a story.
I am writing a book. It is about a girl called Helena. Her parents are dead but, she is a millionaire. She’s got five friends : Daniel, Dafnie, Melissa Ben and Ken(twins). All of them are friends because they have got special powers in them. All the other 5, except Helena, think their abnormality is a genetic…
Okay first off why a millionaire? Is this significant? Also the idea of Titans and a big group like yours all her friends including herself with supernatural abilities has already been written many times actually. Unless you have something very unique and the plot line is completely original this will only stay as a story and probably won’t be published. Also it all sounds so cliche and from what I’ve read every aspect of your story isn’t very original.You should change the millionaire unless it ties into your plot because you want your readers to relate to the book. I highly doubt that anyone who picks up your book at the book store can relate to being a millionaire. Also because you aren’t a millionaire you can’t have the authenticity of writing how life is being a millionaire even if you have read millions of books, seen movies about rich people you won’t have that raw experience. Also you will have problems with the six main characters because since you have so many it will be confusing. You need to separate the characters to make them so distinguishable that at the end of when they say something you don’t need, “…” Daniel said in a whisper.Also you want your story to be horror genre. It doesn’t sound very scary to me. But hopefully your writing skill is better than what you have shown in your brief plot outline and I am sure it is. Don’t think about the sequels yet. Trust me it will be hard enough to get through half of your first story. Which I am guessing will be between 60,000-80,000 words if you want it to be a solid story. Also think about the age range you are targeting and keep in mind to stay as fresh and new as possible.Lastly, I once again will suggest everyone to stop posting things online! You don’t understand that people go on here look up others questions take someones ideas and heck who knows one day you go to the book store and BAM! your stories published. Also IF you wish to be published literary agents and publishers will not be pleased to discover that your work is already up online.Now lastly I wish you luck because you need to work on your plot outline.
How does this plot sound for a book.
My book is going to be called: Eagles of Dawn X22nd century plot- Year 2177-2182. It’s going to initially 125 years after a limited nuclear war in the Middle East and Eastern Europe and a portion of Central Asia that wrecked most of the economies and governments there. The United States of America becomes…
It’s all in how you write it.
For all you anime fans out there…..
Lets see if u can solve this quiz. I will talk about several animes. For each question you answer, you have to say what anime i’m talking about. For example, this question refers to *insert anime here*So here’s my question: can you solve this quiz? The one who gets the most answers correct gets best…
1.) Mugi is from K-ON. She plays a keyboard, but I’m not sure of the brand. I’m gonna guess it’s either Yamaha or Kotobuki (since I know her family is really wealthy for something instrument-related).2.) An Esper, I believe you’re referring to A Certain Scientific Railgun..3.) Ryuk wrote his name in the Death Note, as he promised he would.4.) Uiharu can maintain objects at a certain temperature. She’s from ToAru Kagaku no Railgun.5.) Bulbsaur is the first Pokemon in the Pokedex.5.) Mikasa Ackerman from Attack on Titan? If so, false. She’s human and can be shocked like everyone else. Or do you mean a different Mikasa?5.) Misaki from Kaichou wa Maid-sama is tsundere.6.) In Vampire Knight? I don’t think so. I don’t remember that happening but it’s been a while.7.) Isn’t it just called a fire ball or fire ball jutsu? I’m probably wrong since I haven’t seen this in forever either. Sasuke is from Naruto.8.) 42? I don’t know. Yui is also from K-ON.9.) True. South Italy, from Hetalia.10.) Saten from Railgun? Komoe, I think.11.) I thought Index was able to memorize anything and everything so she could memorize unlimited texts. But she only had to know around 103000 or such. She’s from ToAru Majutsu no Index.
Am I the only one that gets so damn upset when…. (Full explanation down in description).
Am I the only one that gets so damn upset when.I overhear a person talking about anime, and I get excited thinking that I could become friends with that person and talk about anime and manga with them. And so I ask them if they watch anime? They reply yea. I get excited once again. Then I ask back, Have you seen…
I guess I can see how that could be upsetting but because of how I am, I don’t meet many people. My friend recently got into anime but when I found out he’d only watched every Pokémon thing in existence, Attack on Titan and Death Note. I got a bit bored and thought of him as a fledgling in the Anime World. I haven’t watched anything on your list apart from Boku no Pico (curiosity killed the cat but I stopped after ep1. BTW: you are secretly evil if you want to show your friends that) and Black Butler which I also dropped after one ep (I find Makai Ouji: Devils and Realist to be more entertaining and it really made me think of Black Butler). I’ve finished over 30series and am currently watching about 20 (Including Kiseijuu: Sei no Kakuritsu, up to ep3 at the moment). If you meet someone like that again, why not actually make some suggestions on what they could watch if they are interested. It would be a good way to build a friendship and also give you more things to talk about.
football playbook: how many plays are usually in one.
Hey everyoneI live in a country called New Zealand where next to no one plays football and everyone who wants to play a game of that kind of physicality plays rugby (NZ is the home of the All Blacks if anyone has heard of them). Barely anyone over here knows anything about football other than the extreme…
In my high school play book we had around 100 offensive and 70 defensive plays… however every week we would add around ten plays to both the defensive and offensive playbooks… these plays were added after watching film of the other team and deciding the best plays to attack them on both offense and defense…College play books are alot bigger… but NFL playbooks are massive easily holding over 800 plays (including all the variations for plays) just for one side of the ball… Many college qb’s biggest struggles in their rookie season in the NFL is learning the entire play book and understanding these extremely complex offenses….
Why is the Attack on Titan blu-ray only coming with the first 13 episodes.
Hey guys, I am especially looking forward to the American release of Attack on Titan! I plan to get it on blu-ray, but as with solo many animus out today i see that only “part 1” is coming out on June 3rd….what is the deal with that? Is this just a money grab by Funimation, or could they seriously not dub…
That’s actually not a bad deal at all.Anime Blu-rays/DVDs are crazy expensive in Japan, it’s normal to see a disc with just 2 episodes going for around $50-$70. (But they often have a ton of extras as well.)Until fairly recently, anime was released similarly in the US. You’d have to buy individual volumes with only around 4 episodes, at around $30 each. And there are still some US companies that stick with Japanese pricing, look at anything released by Aniplex of America and your wallet will cry.Funimation is actually really awesome with their prices because they’re the ones that decided to to try to make anime affordable. Yeah releasing them first in 13 episode parts is a bit of a money grab, but they’ve got to make a profit somehow. There’s no doubt though that they’ll eventually release a cheaper complete set. And then they’ll probably release an even cheaper set.That’s just how it works, you’ve got to cash in on those initial sales. It’s the same reason why so many books are printed in hardcover first.
Attack on Titan manga.
I watched Attack on Titan and I really really liked it and I want to read the manga (at least up to the point where the show left off) but I’ve never read manga before so I don’t know how volumes/chapters work? So where should I find volumes or w/e (online or where to buy it – in english)also theres some…
Since Attack of Titan is popular and has been licensed, you can find volumes in bookstores in the US (no clue about other English speaking countries) in the manga section. There should be a number on the spine indicating what volume it is, so just start by buying volume 1. Keep in mind that manga is read from right to left.Alternatively, there are many websites online on which one can read manga that has been translated into English by fans.As for how volumes and chapters work, when manga is released in Japan it normally first appears in a manga magazine in a small chunk called a chapter. When they release a book of the manga it will contain several chapters and be called a volume. Think of a chapter as being a chapter in a novel, and a volume being a novel in a series of novels. The only difference is the chapter count doesn’t reset back to one between volumes.
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