Your turn-ons in a story!

Hey guys💘 I just wanted to know about your “turn-ons” in a story ahaha
Mine are totally : Attractive main character, advanced directing AND when authors use “talk_repulsed” animation!:joy:
What are yours?

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This is probably gonna get merged but…

I really enjoy when authors actually try & put effort into writing in directing their stories. Sadly most of the trending page can’t relate :woman_shrugging:t4:

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-Good directing
-Only partially cliché plot
-Varied use of overlays and animations
-No abusive love interests
-No shape or form of romanticizing death, murder
-DIVERSITY
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My “turn-ons” would probably be:
~ Well-developed characters
~ The ‘friends/besties to lovers’ plotline
~ Creative and/or smooth directing
~ A well-presented or aesthetically pleasing cover
~ A gripping story description

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diverse mc’s, proper use of grammar, decent directing, no bad boys or unplanned pregnancies!!

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  • Good directing
  • Good choices
  • Good writing
  • Attractive characters
  • Diversity
  • Strong female characters
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many choices

show instead of talk. like dont tell me that they are friends show me.

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•Diversity
•Characters that ACTUALLY have personalities
•Strong female leads unlike cough Mj’s stories
•This is weird but when episode stories teach you something if you know what I mean?
•Stories that talk about serious topics in a mature way that is going on in the world today i know you may find it weird. But I love it oof.
•When the love interest isn’t annoying or abusive
•Advanced directing (but I don’t mind simple)
•when authors takes a relationship nice and slow instead of fast and the mc is already pregnant
•When the author puts funny scenes that can actually make me laugh
•Choices that have consequences idk I like them
•not being cliche all the time
•a lovable main character

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I acutally prefer stories with no customisation and no choices. That way, the writer can use more advanced directing and they can create a better experience for the reader in my opinion.

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I prefer stories that don’t have a main character that’s perfect. Cause in real life no ones perfect and if the main cause in a story is perfect I just don’t feel connected to them. Also I love it when the author has really weird intros wearing weird outfits :joy:

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CC(not Limited CC or CC with art scenes)

Choices(bonus if they matter)

Resevered MCs

I can choose/change my MCs clothing(and its not revealing) (bonus points if its gothic or the babydoll dresses)

A choice to be with the LI or not

When the LI is a gaurded/loner/sarcastic(not a douche) and wears dark clothing(not a “bad boy”) or well developed like Cody from infected(love his personality)

Non sexual relationship between the MC and LI

P.s.:if anyone knows any story like what i described pm me

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  • Goth Mc
  • People putting effort into their story, plot, and characters
  • A couple of clothing choices that isn’t revealing
  • Likable Mcs and Love interest
  • Realistic school (Ex: Dress codes actually exist)
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  • Good directing
  • You can tell that they put effort into it
  • There is romance, but it doesn’t bulldoze the entire plot
  • Dynamic dialogue that’s well written and keeps you interested
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Agree with all of this

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good spelling
good grammar
good plot
okay directing
choices matter
kind of funny

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  • Distinct, memorable characters that are fleshed out and stand out from one another
  • Good character design! And creative outfits that suit a character’s personality!
  • Dialogue that accentuates a character and narration that is sharp and well-written
  • Backgrounds that suit the atmosphere
  • Multiple love interests that are different, yet all suit the MC in one way or another (unlike stories that tend to favor one LI and it shows)
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Not ordered from most important to least:

  1. MC who isn’t “I’m so tough I can be rude to everyone!” or “I’m just going to smile and do the awkward animation.”
  2. Diversityyyy. :heart_eyes::stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
  3. Less romance focused.
  4. Good writing
  5. No cliché plots
  6. A well developed antagonist.
  7. An LI who isn’t a bad boy or a golden boy.
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I mean not every school has dress codes though

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Most do. Doesn’t disprove my point.

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But they do have some sort of dress code. I don’t really see any schools letting you go in naked or wearing just a gurdle.

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