Soon enough it seem we only allow to use the defaults!! >:(
Are you allowed to say “turned on”?
For example: “Her sassiness turns me on”
Question; what if you ‘rebranded’ the brand?
I’m writing a story about a fantasy world in a game called ‘Magic and Monsters’, a play on dungeons and dragons, obviously. It uses most of the same systems, though only one (the d20 die) is used consistently
. Would that be allowed?
That’s a perfect way to have a pen and paper roleplaying game in your story!
Hey… I wanted to know if I could make up a drug because I kinda need to mention a certain drug a lot in the backstory. At first, the drug needs to be driving some of the story and then I’ll eventually discourage the use of it. I just wondered if making one up gave me the liberty to make it drive a subplot and possibly reference it later. I also reference addicts, but I don’t know how to do it without it seeming like I’m glorifying it. Can I just have addicts and then have the main character analyze how bad being an addict is? Cause they’re obviously gonna glorify it since they’re not in recovery.
I have a question, let’s just say you use a google image (and it got approved) for your story, but then apparently it has a copyright, would episode team tell the author to remove the background or would they remove the story?
Thank you for the clarification, don’t worry about the late reply, it was very useful.
No need to include “off topic” in post’s that are on topic. Thanks.