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Orn Free Taa
you can lock posts all you want but im leaving cause i wont put up with disrespect and flat out hatred over people with autism like me, dont let buzzty convince you otherwise, he was trolling me cause he simply didnt like my opinion, i dont come on here to attack other people, i just simply come here to share my star wars opinions, if people have different opinions than me, thats fine but i dont like when people just call me a moron or along those lines
M. Warlow 19:43, August 18, 2019 (UTC)
Hey, not to stir smthn up, but how did you get a mod with three edits
^ Because the forums are completely separate from the wiki perhaps? Also, would be better if you'd actually sign your comments here, Benellim.. --Joupena (talk) 02:45, April 26, 2020 (UTC) ^yep--Benellim4super90 21:53, June 19, 2020 (UTC)
The internet --Joupena (talk) 18:40, September 3, 2020 (UTC)
How the Heck is A Plot Description A Fan Fiction?
I gave a general description of how a Ventress Trilogy could be good and I didn't even get to finish my description of the second and third stories because you locked the thread. You called it a Fan Fiction without proving how it's a fan fiction.
I looked up the definition of a fan fiction and got this, "fiction written by a fan of, and featuring characters from, a particular TV series, movie, etc."
Then I looked up what a work of fiction is "literature in the form of prose, especially short stories and novels, that describes imaginary events and people". Guess what, I didn't list any literature. I didn't list anything like that. No short story, no novel. No just a plot description, which is not a fan fiction. If you think it is, prove it. Use evidence to back your claim.
Now let's look at a definition of literature, "written works, especially those considered of superior or lasting artistic merit." Ok, let's look at the definition of works " The definition of a literary work is a written piece of art. An example of a literary work is the book To Kill A Mockingbird. noun." So me listing this stuff is not listing a fan fiction.
Another definition is, "books and writings published on a particular subject." Let's see the story isn't published. They can also be unpublished, but you still don't have enough evidence to prove anything. You saying it's a fan fiction doesn't make it a fan fiction. If you want to see a real fan fiction I'll show you one so that you can tell the difference.
I said I wouldn't post a fan fiction if I made one because you made it sound like I couldn't list any fan fiction. Then you contradicted yourself and said that I could. But this wasn't about fan fiction. It was about stating why a Ventress series is a good idea. People can't state why it's a good idea if they can't discuss why the plot for a Ventress story is interesting and what narrative potential the story has.
Another reason it is not a fan fiction is that it is simply an outline of a potential story and description of one. But it is not a story itself, no it simply exists for mere discussion. I even had points throughout the description where I was directly communicating with other users, which would not happen in a work of fan fiction. If you guys want to ban plot descriptions for potential stories then just say it. But don't label it as something that it isn't. Like I said, I may make a fan fiction for it but that is not a published work nor is it be making any story declarations like what is made in works of fiction.
It was simply a description and visualization of what a Ventress trilogy might be like and what each film might be like. If you're going to complain about something or rebuke a certain form of behavior then you need to at least clearly define what you will and will not tolerate. If I can't even make film descriptions, then you might as well say that we aren't allowed to describe what those stories would be like. Because that's all I was doing, outside of giving it a fake title. if we can't give them fake titles, then you need to say that as well.
A fan fiction would have things like quotes and dialogue between the characters. It might have fan art as well. It depends, but you seem to define any fan ideas about characters as a fan fiction. It's a script either, so you can't make that claim. As it's not fleshed out enough to be a script. So let's see. It's not a script, not a novel, not a comic, not a short story, so according to you even ideas about a potential story count as fan fiction and cannot be allowed. It that's what you believe then I'd like to see the Wiki's policy and how they correlate with that.
General B.H. ) 01:03, 9 May 2021 (UTC)