Now that you know what kind of skills or powers your character has, how do you portray them in an action scene? Well, it's actually easier than you think!
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None Series: Mary-Sue: Who is She?
I started writing these in 2009 or 2010 solely because I hated what other people were claiming Mary-Sues to be. OH, she's beautiful? She's got to be a Mary-Sue! OH, he has all of these superpowers? He's definitely a god-mod Gary-Stu! It's all stupid, so I made my own definition, and I am quite satisfied with what I've come up with so far. This is the fourth part of ten in my Mary-Sue: Who is She? series. That's right, TEN!
1. Mary-Sue: In a Fight by HatedLove6 [Reviews - 0] (2684 words)
In the third part, I discussed superpowers and weaknesses, here, you'll learn how to portray them in a fight scene. It's simple, really. EDIT: I goofed in the first example, but it's fixed now. Sorry if I confused anybody.