Writing TFs - A TutorialSomeone recently asked me for advice about describing Pokémon TFs; honestly, I'm really new to writing TFs (barely 3 months and all), but it seems they've been well-received, and people like them. (Thanks for the support, guys~)
I'm no master at writing TFs, but I guess what I can do is walk through my writing process and share how I end with my finished product. Fair warning, this is just how I work, so don't take my words as the final say; if you find your own way of writing, all the better for you~ I hope these will be helpful.
No matter if you're writing a full piece or even just RPing, and no matter what kind of TF it is, I hope this will be useful~
Story - Tone is important!
Even the simplest TFs have a narrative to them~
The first thing is to check what kind of story you're doing - is the transformation voluntary or involuntary? What kind of tone does the story have - is it whimsical or dark? Choosing your trigger can also be important in setting the tone - for insta
Stampy in Any Other Form-Chapter Two(Lee’s POV)
I woke up on a sandy beach with water going as far as the eye could see. How’d I get here? I thought back to the battle with HitTheTarget. We entered his lair, we found the water pit, he knocked Squid into the pit, I fell into the pit after him…I guess I blacked out after that.
I heard a moan beside me. I turned to see, wait a second! That’s a mouse! Mice aren’t in Minecraft! What’s going on here? I looked around, and now I notice that the world is bigger. I check myself. I no longer have my diamond boots and pants. My body is not as square and my bear paws have become mouse paws! My fur is still the same brown color and my eyes were still the same dark brown. And my hair, color was the same light brown, which covered one of my eyes.
I look back over to the mouse that was now awake and was looking over himself. He was about the same size, as me, but he was blue, and with light blue hair, and seaweed