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Designing Intelligent Aliens: The Essential GuideThis guide is meant as an aide for the prospective science fiction writer, game designer or world-builder wishing to incorporate extraterrestrial elements, in order to improve quality and rationality of the created works. It is not so much a “How To”, which would broach multiple sciences and require a profound understanding of each of these, but a “Before You Go On”, things to consider, wrinkles that need ironing out rather than a methodology. Issues that I bring up here do not necessarily make a choice impossible – you must simply figure out a way around them.
3 Reasons To Use World Creation Sheets + Links3 Reasons To Use World Creation Sheets Before Writing Your Novel
How to Write Fight Scenes One of the biggest and most frequently asked questions that I get is this: “How do I write fight scenes as good as you do?” I actually got one of those yesterday, but to be fair, he changed it up a bit and asked, “How do I keep from being repetitive in my fight scenes?” As I typed out my long-ass answer for him, it occurred to me that this was the perfect topic for my next writing tutorial. So, thank you, random dude on FanFiction.net, for the sudden spark of inspiration.
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Character Generation Help
Simplified Character ProfileThis is a stripped down version of my previous character profile. Use it to simply develop a personality (the heart and soul), and then you can reuse it in various stories under different character names.
Using Animals for CharactersThere's an infinite number of animals to choose from, and you can combine them just like elements. Think about every trait you might associate with that animal (based on both appearance and behaviour). Don't research too much though. You should be able to find all the info you need on Wikipedia. Will Eisner also suggested in his books that you can even base character designs on animals.
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