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Appropriate subforum for character profiles?


Your first time is always over so quickly, isn't it?
Nov 3, 2023
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I don't wish to start roleplaying here, and my current fiction is too disorganized to post in creative writing. However, I do wish to get feedback on a character I'm working on, or a particular trait of this character that could be shared with other characters in my current world. Is there a subforum or thread to put this sort of post?
That sounds rather like the CW Index subforum, which you'll find linked inside the Creative Writing forum. Depending on what the shared traits are, you might need to start a thread, or you might feel it belongs in an existing thread -- we've got brainstorming threads for a number of kinks already. Beyond that, you'll just need to lurk the area a bit to get the hang of it.

Mind that "creative writing" and "nsfw creative writing" are technically different subforums.

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