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The Yes Man's Ring

by C.King
Storyline The Yes Man's Ring
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Containing the soul of the world's most agreeable Yes Man, it give the wearer the power to make any living thing or similar life form agree with them. Whether mentally, physically or spiritually. It has no effect on non-living things.

So the wearer has a lot of power, as long as it's a living thing or close enough, to make them agree with the person. Even their minds, bodies, and souls bending and transformer into agree with them.

So which world gets the ring?


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Gorel - 7/15/2018 5:58 PM
I've always believed that a post around 1000-1500 words is a good chapter.
colleem - 7/15/2018 3:40 PM
Ups Lol
extreme1 - 7/15/2018 3:20 PM
I thought you were talking about the size of of the words used in the chapter. Anything less than 10 letters in a word and it's to be ignored!
colleem - 7/15/2018 3:20 PM
Ups Lol
Solarsearcher - 7/15/2018 2:33 PM
Oh, you thought I was talking about “chapter” size...
colleem - 7/15/2018 1:28 PM
creating Atmosphere. Then it is good written i say :)
colleem - 7/15/2018 1:27 PM
i am with Solar :) Size matters IF it is used good :) Chapters should have a certain depth to the Story and should create an Atmosphere that is more than 200 Words long :) But it is hard to say a chapter is long or short! it has to be well written and
Solarsearcher - 7/15/2018 12:13 PM
Contrary to what you may or may not have been told... size matters...
zahnskye - 7/15/2018 4:09 AM
If I write something super long it is because I'm trying to write more than one scene and sometimes I cannot fit everything I want into a short post.
zahnskye - 7/15/2018 4:08 AM
Also, short isn't bad. If you think of this site as a cyoa site (which it is) then each chapter should be written as one scene in a novel. Scenes are usually short and should serve a point.



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