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Re: New Writer Checkin

PostPosted: Fri Nov 14, 2014 4:21 am
by Aphemaros
I would like to help create some in game content. I don't have any a experience with i7, so pointers would be welcome.

My greatest interests revolve around things with "gryph" in their name, but certainly aren't limited to just that.

Other things I like include (Not necessarily all of them:)
Content between most any genders. (M/F, M/M, F/F and Herms as well)
Butts. Those are good.
Anthros and ferals.
Breeding and Impregnation.
Public use/humiliation.
And tentacles can be fun.

Things that I'm fairly opposed to, (to name a few:)
Gore and death.

Edit: I also filled out the preference questionnaire.

Re: New Writer Checkin

PostPosted: Fri Nov 14, 2014 6:09 pm
by TigerStripes
Aphemaros wrote:<introduction>

Thanks for being willing to help out. It seems you've got a good range of interest. Given your preference for the gryph's, I'd suggest you start by composing a few additional or alternate scenes for them. Generally, the best way I've found to learn how to code for FS is to look at the code from others and try similar things. This is less of an issue if you're starting by composing basic scenes which can be added to existing critters/NPCs. There's some guides we've made to help you learn how to do certain tricks and to inform you on possible descriptive tools.

If you're going to start by making scenes, I recommend you check out some scenes from other critters/NPCs, keeping an eye out for how descriptive elements, conditional (if) elements and so on are included in the material to get some ideas on how you might do so as well. You can also see more on this in this guide - focus mainly on the ones with red asterisks and in the 'genitals' section for now. Some of the others might also be useful, depending on the type of scene you're making, but it's best to limit it to only a few elements, both to spare your sanity and to keep it better targeted to the themes/kinks of the scene. It's also a good idea to download and install I7 to compile and test your stuff, but this is less of an immediate issue if you start with separate scenes. Once you've got scenes done, we can either put them in for you or help show you how to add them yourself if you need assistance.

Re: New Writer Checkin

PostPosted: Sat Dec 19, 2015 11:32 am
by YourbestfriendEden
Yo! Hi! I like doing the writing and this game, and can do both! Yay!

But seriously, I'd be pleased to get some writing done for the game. I'm somewhat versed in inform7, and somewhat versed in HTML, but I've been doing commissioned porn writing for a long time now, and I think I can combine these two things!

I'm happy to write about anything except:
    -the "extreme" content (black wasps nononono)
    -insects (except for insect monstergirls e.g. bee girls)

That's kinda it I'm not okay with really. I'd be happy to take on any project given, but I can also make my own and stuff! I have ideas! I like using the ideas! Hurray!

Re: New Writer Checkin

PostPosted: Thu Dec 24, 2015 12:25 pm
by SinnersRider
i would love to help with writing or editing, this game has been a lot of fun but really need some proof reading and adding additional content to current characters or TFs that need it

Re: New Writer Checkin

PostPosted: Mon Apr 10, 2017 11:21 pm
by Aureas_Gigas
Hi, I don't have any experience with I7 or any other type of coding, so technical or writing tips are always welcome. I have some Ideas for an event and a monster based on the templates.I'm interested in flexing some of my writing skills in a new way. Writing wise i feel fine with just about anything . Writing preferences are M/F, M/H, H/F, D/S, impregnation, well fleshed out characters but i'm open to write about more stuff as well. Dislikes are scat and gore