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Posted 3/13/10
It happens when one has too much stuff cramed in the imagination box,and needs to empty it out.
Doing so will either result to total crap or to wicked awesome works.
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F / In Kyumin's room...
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Posted 3/24/10
becoz it is fun to have your own story version about your stars
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Posted 4/16/10
Because it is fun
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18 / F
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Posted 5/2/10
i write all the time because i got a whole bunch of ideas that needs to go out of my brain and onto the paper....
they are screaming let me out~! in my head...
but the thing is....i never get to finish any single one of them..... cuz i would get new ideas everyday......
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17 / F / Philippines
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Posted 5/23/10
We simply write fanfiction because we want to express what we think with our fandoms.

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28 / F / Florida
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Posted 5/26/10
I don't write fanfiction much, but I notice that the times that I REALLY have the urge to do so is when I am really in love with the original story. Usually I don't even want to change anything about it...I just don't want it to end! So I think up ways to keep the story going in my mind, thus fanfiction. Although it's nice when I can share it with a friend or two who also enjoyed the original story and would appreciate the fanfiction piece, I DON'T write fanfiction to share my ideas with other people. I write it for myself, to keep the story alive. When I truly want to share my ideas, I write an original story. But that's just me.
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21 / F / Wonderland.
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Posted 6/5/10
To show their perceptive of the world through words.
But those words have more meaning then just plain words.
It also reflects their feelings to whats around them.
And expresses how the feel and they dont wanna vent to someone.
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18 / F / Australia, NSW
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Posted 6/6/10
Yeah! Fan fiction is all about rewriting your favourite characters in a storyplot similar or way different than the original, Only the characters themselves stay the same. The rest of the story changes. Their situation goes crazy and your favourite chars are your to control
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22 / F / Crimson Silence
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Posted 6/10/10
Because I want to control the story...
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22 / F / New York City
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Posted 6/13/10
One writes fan-fiction..well writes basically in order for them to expand their mind. So that they can put all of their imaginative and creative side all in paper.
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Posted 6/24/10
I want to have a good book to read XD you know a perfect book that I'll never get tired of (that's the reason I write)
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Posted 6/27/10
To get closure after having your favorite character die off, or have your favorite anime/manga/movie not end how you wanted it to.
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Posted 8/4/10
To make the story that we saw or read the way we wanted it to go. Or we us the characters to play out our the way our lives are, or the way that we want them to go.

Or it could be because we watched another show or something inspired us to blend the two plots.
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18 / M / Stoke, England
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Posted 8/4/10

thefudgeyouwant wrote:

To make the story that we saw or read the way we wanted it to go. Or we us the characters to play out our the way our lives are, or the way that we want them to go.

Or it could be because we watched another show or something inspired us to blend the two plots.


Oh look, a kid with common sense. Makes a nice change from the dicks on here and youtube.
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26 / M / Nicaragua
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Posted 9/20/10
People write fan fiction for lots of reasons... most of them already mentioned... but, I also agree that it's a cop-out. People find it easier to write a story when they have a base of established characters to work with... which I think is lame. It's like making the character's into some sort of cliche... just like filler arcs in animes (Bleach's bount arc comes to mind... ). Now... if someone were to--i don't know--change up the formula and do something differently... then I might want to read it. (On that note... you know what I'd like to see in bleach? No more one-on-one pissing contest fights! Matchups are oldschool! Lets see some war!)
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