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    Both Styles...IN ONE STORY
    11-16-2016, 12:11 PM
    Both Styles...IN ONE STORY

    Please, start a New Story Before doing This.
    Especially, only if you're going to be testing this.
    I found a way to get Both Styles...IN ONE STORY
    Make a new story, first.
    When you click Characters, *DON'T* choose a Style.
    DON'T EVEN CLICK IT!
    COPY & PASTE THIS:
    https://www.episodeinteractive.com/write/outfit/
    https://www.episodeinteractive.com/write/character/
    IT SHOULD COME OUT LIKE THIS...OR WHATEVER...(EXAMPLE):
    https://www.episodeinteractive.com/w...84622526824448
    https://www.episodeinteractive.com/w...84622526824448
    #2:
    DO *NOT* MAKE A CLASSIC FIRST!!!! I REPEAT!! DOOOOOOOOOOOOO *NOT*! DO *NOT* MAKE A CLASSIC FIRST!!
    *INK*! INK *FIRST*!
    CLASSIC WILL *KEEP* YOU IN *CLASSIC*!
    MAKE AS *MANY* INK characters FIRST!
    AS MANY AS YOU NEED(/WANT)!
    (It doesn't hurt to put a little weight on it by adding INK extras, in *every way* you can, Including templates.)
    This really works, your story will be fine.
    After making INK, your story will be fine, you can make classic.
    After you do this, there is NO GOING BACK, YOUR STORY WILL BECOME CLASSIC, NOT EFFECTING ANYTHING, BUT THE FACT YOU CAN'T MAKE INK CHARACTERS ANYMORE. (Unless you're doing this in the tutorial story, that was there before INK, you may be able to do it after, though, I've never tested it. But, you can literally do what EVER you want with it.)
    #3:
    Clothes:
    Do the same with Clothes. Count the future. Please. I don't know what's going on. Templates won't help. Please tell me you know that. Do in the INK stage. Please. Thank You. Unless you have the tutorial Story. Let's get started:
    INK Clothes will have to go unorganized. 'Cause if you change to female, you get classic clothes. They don't show up on INK, and Vice-Versa (Test this). Try to make it through an INK Character, of course. Same Vice-Versa.
    Same with The Tutorial Story.
    It Does work with Templates, You just have to Make INK First, and do it in that Stage.
    We are now finished with this LOOPHOLE tutorial. Thanks For Reading!

    UPDATE: Okay, so! Bc of "Limelight" You don't have to be Careful of Which type of Character you make, anymore! You ow, acan create "Classic's" Without not being able to create anything Else, You can now Keep creating characters!

    Also, thanks to "Limelight" After we Create the first Character, you can click on the "Characters" Button, and "Outfits" Button with no worry at all! Your story will completely mark itself as "Episode Original" Without a marked Story Type!!!
    Last edited by NEW_IDEAS!; 09-29-2017, 08:42 AM. Reason: Limelight's made it work better!

  • #2
    Wait, what do you mean by copy and paste this?
    We go to the outfit and character part of the page? I really want to try this!

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    • NEW_IDEAS!
      NEW_IDEAS! commented
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      You should do it, Behind the story' name, Like: write/Character/STORYNAME.
      aND YOU SHOULD, DO THE SAME with "Outfit".

    • Mia_Tumblr
      Mia_Tumblr commented
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      The example isn't working, we don't get access to your story..

    • NEW_IDEAS!
      NEW_IDEAS! commented
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      https://www.episodeinteractive.com/ write/outfit/STORY_TITLE
      https://www.episodeinteractive.com/ write/Character/STORY_TITLE

      this IS A MORE accurate example. in OTHER WORDS, THIS IS HOW IT should BE PUT,
      Last edited by NEW_IDEAS!; 10-04-2017, 09:19 AM. Reason: Needs to be a MORE accurate example

  • #3
    NEW_IDEAS! Where do we have to copy and paste those links??

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    • NEW_IDEAS!
      NEW_IDEAS! commented
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      In the URL.

    • NEW_IDEAS!
      NEW_IDEAS! commented
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      You should do it, Behind the story' name, Like: write/Character/STORYNAME.
      aND YOU SHOULD, DO THE SAME with "Outfit".

  • #4
    I believe it doesn't work because it automatically picks Limelight for you unless you change it

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