Kalshion Posted July 13, 2006 Report Share Posted July 13, 2006 Hey all As some of you know I do a lot of writing, I'm a writers who writes from his heart and his imagenation Weather that mean's the character is someone without any medical problems, or a character who is riddled with them, it doesn't make much difference to me Anywho, when I write I write what come's to mind and if the first few chapters are good then I'll continue to write One of my latest storie's deal's with a sixteen year old who developed a seeing problem while taking his flight exam (in the storie's world anyone can be a fighter pilot, you don't need some stupid recommendation from some senator) Anywho, after only a day of that topic being posted (it was deleted by my request, not on his board but another) it was riddled with complaints about how the character had a seeing problem and that he was going blind I was asked many time's why I just didn't make the story with a 'perfect' character The thing about creating story's with 'perfect' characters is that it get's real boring and real repeative after awhile Kalshion, my main character I use in the story's on this board, isn't perfect as he has leg's problem (Old Grade School/High School injurie's that flare up every now and then) What do you people think.. is it truly a crime to make a story with a character who has some sort of disorder, disability, or problem? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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