Like if I said "Dude, Circle of Friends might only be 5 pages long, but it's insanely good. I urge you to read it" and I get the response "No, it's fanfic, so it must be shit" then I would get kinda pissed myself. Luckily I've never encountered this.
gonna link this one more time asking if everything looks crisp clean fits you know........again its not finished and i doubt it will be finished until some time in the next two weeks.
eventually ill do some bravest warrior art .
then go back to a bit of ponies.
I only recently brought in any external mythology outside of pretty well-established show mythology (that being Luna's a Dreamwalker, and there's Dreamscape and Tartarus as a sort of pony-equivalent for Heaven and Hell [although my interpretation of those are a little different and adapted to the meta]). The only thing I brought in was a reference to some Greek mythology--Artemis, Apollo, and Gaia--and I don't think mixing mythologies would work out so well. I could be wrong though, we'll see.
My issue isn't with that, I get that, and that's something I've become acutely aware of recently. I just get really irritated when people dismiss fanfiction just because of that exact label and assume it's all fanwank. It's like people dismissing FiM because it's got "My Little Pony" in the title. Yeah, okay, it's based on a generalization and it's an assumption meant to save people's time for something actually worth investing in. Doesn't change the fact that occasionally that assumption will make you miss out on something you might have really enjoyed.
Good morning all
" I'll tell you the ultimate secret of magic. Any cunt could do it." - John Constantine
Also doesn't help that I'm a pretty fast reader and I don't quite understand what it's like being a slow one.
Anyways I need sleep so I can get my allergy shot on-time tomorrow and spam Quinn and Valor games.
If you were going to reply to me, just do it, I'll find your reply when I wake up.