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Next Writing Challenge

Loki 25 Prompt Challenge August 14th to Sept 15th.

The stories will be posted on my personal blog

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1. #This Pleases Loki
2. What is the story behind the smile
3. Tell the story in the picture
4. Loki’s sexy pout makes all of the fangirls go crazy (what makes him so irresistible?)
5. “I am Loki of Asgard, and I am burden with a glorious purpose.”
6. when the villain has more fangirls than the hero . . .
7. “So you saw The Avengers, I was adorable, right?”
8. Why is he worthy of Mjolnir?
9. Prisoner of Loki
10. Loki “Let me love you”
11. Loki: The Wicked World (What happens in it?)
12. You were made to be ruled in the end: You always kneel
13. Never has evil been green-eyed, gentle, and defenseless
14. When I go wrong?
15. “What happened to you in Valhalla?” Odin questioned (Tumblr)
16. “Art thou ready for sex?” Loki asked. . .
17. Story behind the picture
18. Story behind the picture
19. Write Loki’s first memory
20. Story behind the picture
21. Story behind the picture
22. Loki turns into a hero
23. Bondage scene (he is tied up)
24. Loki with his daughter telling a story
25. Write a story between Thor and baby brother

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I have had writer’s block, so these will not be done in order, but I will mark down which prompt I am doing and each will have a picture. I may post more than one per day, and there may be more than one day in between posts. I will Link them together when I am finished.

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(I know I have one more day of my 14 day challenge and I hope to finish and post it soon.)


Fantasy Writers: Try this

For anyone writing fantasy this might interest you.

Have you ever been stuck on a character? Or do you feel you need a change but you’re not sure how? My suggestion for you is play Dungeons and Dragons (also known as D&D). It doesn’t matter if you are writing about elves, dragons, fairies, gnomes, trolls, wizards, rangers, and the list goes on, D&D helps with abilities and stats of these beings and if you have problems deciding on who you can be just roll the dice.


My boyfriend Tom got a game going with my brothers and I. He made his own world with 3 large continents and many cities with dungeons and temples on each. We even recreated a city that was destroyed. (He uses D&D books 3.5 more as guidelines and ideas for his campaign.)

My character is named Scarlet and she started 18 and level 1 wizard. She was 5’7” with red hair and was thin. She was human wizard, who was really weak and clumsy at first. She own a license to drive an airship and yet she had never driven one. Tom’s character was elf rogue who hung out with a elf ranger (my 13 year old brother) and human fighter/druid (my 17 year old brother.) They found my character in an airship crash, and I helped them fix a city. Then we stuck together and we went exploring. We worked for and against some kings and pissed off some higher wizards. We defeated different dragons and other creatures. We even helped Bahamut ascend to godhood. We crushed a guild of a assassins. We each have our own dragon; my dragon is white and I can communicate with all of the dragons. They had saved my lives a lot of times and I’ve given them magic items.

However now after 2 years of this campaign and my character is level 14 wizard doing level 9 spells and I have feats that allow me not to use material or having to work with the spell books. Now I am not just human, but I am race called dragonsoul because I have the soul of a white dragon and an air elemental. I have white hair, and scaly skin around my wings. I can fly and control 80% of the wind. This was because I had the spell Vampiric Touch and I took too much power. There is such thing as an overkill and it can cause serious changes.

My favorite spells was the Magnificent Mansion where I magically make a door appear (based on my concentration and my die 20 roll.) It leads to a state of the art house where we can hang out and hide to rest up. We can repair weapons, sleep, eat (full fridge) or whatever else we can/ need to do.



You can play this game on-line. However some dungeon masters can be very strict to what the books tell you. They can also make the game as big or small or simple or complicated as they want.

Play Online

Wiki has it own D&D site:

Main web site

Dice rolling sites

On a side note: Dungeons and Dragons has nothing to do with Satanism or suicide. It promotes working as a group to accomplish a goal and to use one’s imagination.