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||[Aug. 17th, 2006|05:47 pm]
Körkérdenék egy csöppet. Van ennek itt alább értelme?|
You start to read a fic with an OC in it. You’re a bit afraid of the Mary Sue-effect, but the story is a crossover with two of your favourite fandoms, and you’re too curious. You can’t help it, and then… you just don’t know what to think.
1) The story’s title is the line what is written on the back of the OC’s favourite jacket, so it mean’s, the OC is mentioned in the *title*.
2) The OC is brave, clever, has a big mouth, talks and asks too much, and so on.
3) The OC is a musician, and one of the canon characters likes her music very much.
4) The main characters of the two fandoms are trying to save the OC’s life.
5) The OC doesn’t really afraid of the canon!evil (even you’re afraid of him, despite the fact, that you know, he’s just a fictional character); and calls him nicknames in her mind.
6) The OC has too big mouth, it’s annoys you.
7) The story is about how the the main characters try to save her, but don’t really clear, how she’s gotten into trouble.
8) It means, the OC is in the focus of the story.
9) The OC finds out the main canon character’s *big-canon-secret*.
1. The story’s just simply in-charcter, and you cought yourself enjoying it.
2. The story is very funny, and it shows exactly that kind of humour, what the two fandoms already had.
3. The other (not main) characters of the shows are there, and are IC.
4. Quite interesting plot… but it’s still mostly about the OC.
5. The story is well written, and it has good grammar.
6. The story has been written by two authors, not just one.
7. The two fandom „meet” at he beginning of the story, and the way of this makes sense.
8. The crossover-effect works well, the characters behave like they should, and it just: matches.
Now: What should you think about your story? And the OC?