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Your 'OC' is a Mary Sue
I have seen a disturbing trend: Anti-Mary Sue groups. There must be some tragic form of torture going on to cause this. Mary Sue writers must be forcing 'normal' people to read their stories. They must be tying people down, using devices reminiscent of Clockwork Orange, and forcing innocent souls to read their stories.
Wait, what do you mean Mary Sue writers are not doing this?
Buy then why are people complaining- oh I see.
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Another disturbing trend is this: Anti-Mary Sue's that write 'OC' fan fiction. 'OC' standing for "Original Character.' Invoking the magical abbreviation 'OC' these writers believe it protects them from being a Mary Sue. Oh no, my hypocritical sisters, it is not that simple.
You must embrace what you are, not hate it. Remember, we write for fun! We write to imagine we are someone else in a different world. Now you want to follow some rules in fear of being cheesy? Lame? Too Egotistical? Who is so important to impress that you
There was a short stellar cycle between when bots were picking a faction and when the actual war was declared. I was neutral during that time. Back then being neutral didn't have all the negative qualities attached to it. A neutral then wasn't a shady backstabber that played both sides. Back then being a neutral meant that you hoped the two sides would come back together. Being a neutral meant you did not want to abandoned friends on either side. You wished to Primus every lunar cycle that things would not escalate. You watched helplessly as it did just that.
I was the only med bot in my side of town that was neutral. Both the other bots in my practice had left. I didn't ask what sides they took. All the nurses had left too, leaving my secretary to get a crash course in being a medical assistant. She was a neutral too. I knew that wouldn't last forever. Her Decepticon boyfriend would sometimes walk her home.
Mostly neutrals saw me. There were
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