Hello, it’s Rainbow here
So what type of story, twist, Plotline, or anything related to episode makes you burst either into sad tears, or joyful tears?
I need answers, please! I’m making a story called “Bad For My Blood” that needs either happy or sad tears. I’ve been meaning to ask for feedback because I don’t want people to think Is told a part from a story they’ve read it in…
(STORY IN CLASSIC)
when I’ve connected to the characters and something good or tragic happens.
If I don’t have a personal connection to the characters, it’s harder to make me cry.
You have to make the readers fall in love with the character first.
Um, honestly? I don’t cry when it comes to reading Episode stories (or any story, ever), and I think a lot of people don’t, as well.
I think this is because to be able to illicit such strong emotions, you - as an author - need a strong climax build-up. Not only that, you need to know how to use the right audio equipment (sounds, music) to enhance the feeling of sadness/happiness. Well, this is particularly hard to achieve in Episode because you hear those same sounds/music in every other story. Additionally, the reader needs to feel what your character feels.
Bottomline is, it takes really good narrating and directing skills to be able to do what you’re wanting to do.
I’ve never read any story that made me burst into tears, or truly cry.
In The Ruby Tiara (potential spoiler ahead if you haven’t read that far into it) when Solona died.
I have cried because of some books, never an episode story I don’t think but for me as a reader it’s because I get so emotionally invested in the story. Like the story has to be absolutely amazing and heartwarming. Another thing is if it’s so realistic that you can relate to. And even then it’s usually not character deaths, it’s when an animal dies
I Married A Millionare made me cry when the character was so happy in the relationship and they were so happy together- basically I was very invested. Then the guy told her that it was all a lie, that he was playing her. Then she was so heartbroken- I could feel it and I cried. It’s weird cause it’s on a game- but I actually cried.
Another one was Meet You At Home. I cried soooooo badly. It created this amazing story about the couple falling in love and then she was dying but they were still together and at the end she said “I’ll Meet You At Home.” and I was balling.
Speak made me cry several times, both good and bad. There were many times I cried because I was absolutely heartbroken, but also many times I cried because I was so happy. Of course the story is long, and the character development is well paced and pulls you and makes you feel what the characters feel. I think I cried the entire final Episode both because of the emotions and also because it was over.
Not on episode but this particular manga made me cry so much… I’m honestly ready to go on a fistfight if I ever see the author irl.
Like everyone said, you have to connect characters with readers. To connect them, I don’t need their personality or appearance to be like me, I just need to share the same motive with them. But it’s different for everyone.
You guys are spoiling stories I will never watch on episode.
But thanks for wasting you’re time just too answer me. My eyes have been blessed from reading these comments, but still “you must feel how the character feels to cry”. Wait what? I’m supposed too do something like that? Aw man! Anyway I’ll try too. If you guys wanna read half my unpublished story you can say.
In a Heartbeat! It made me cry so much.
I’m sorry, but what was the joke?
Sorry, it just seemed funny.
It is definitely not just you lol. If I heard somebody talk about I fight i would need to know the tea.
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