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MuneSol
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Concepts are hard.

Seltas-girl and Streaming

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by MuneSol
Having trouble deciding what to do with Muniversal. I think part of the problem is that she doesn’t have an actual setting yet, so I think I should reboot with an actual setting, with Muniversal being summoned into a laboratory or something and the antics that go from there. But I just don’t know if I should go about doing it, and what support characters to use.

Need funds for Rent, so that’s what I am working on today. Feel free to come on by, viewers are appreciated, and commissions are very welcome.

https://picarto.tv/MuniversalArts

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Published: 2 years, 3 months ago
Rating: General

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Norithics
2 years, 3 months ago
If I may?
Here's the number one problem with extremely powerful characters: they have no plot motivation. The number one death of any character and the personal inspiration to work on them is the thought that they can't be given a problem they can't easily solve. Conflict- even an ideological, metaphysical conflict, though it's harder to work with- is the driving force behind what makes those characters interesting and engaging to work on and observe. A pacifist vampire, a macro who's afraid of small people, a god who is vexed by their subjects' simplicity; all of these things are easy ways to insert a point of interest. But it doesn't have to be some big epic motivation either; the best simple porn also involves really pared down versions of this so that things can move along.

Once you have an idea for what their conflict is, things like supporting characters, settings, etc. all come naturally from that germinating idea. So I think the major obstacle is to find out what Mune's problem is and go from there.
Xortcav
2 years, 3 months ago
If I may suggest something as well... There was a short story I read a long time ago that had a race of beings called 'constants'. They were a sort of demigod / demigodess that were created by being accepted as part of the universe but not actually worshiped. Things like lady luck or Murphy (From Murphy's law) were eventually willed into being and helped the world in the way that was dictated. They were rather naive, mostly cause they never really saw and fault in their actions, since that is what they do, and were made to do. (Granted, my memory is like a leaky bucket and this description is probably miles from what the story originally about)

Multiversal always kind of struck me as something like one of these demigods/'constants'. She seems to change people into oddities or alternate forms on a whim, showing people different paths or perspectives in their lives for her (and possibly their) enjoyment.

Granted, i'm writing this post before bed after a long day of work, so this may not be described in the best way or well thought out. In any case, best of luck on your redesign/work.
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