For Richard's abilities, he's got frozen melons, his Ice Sword, and powers from his Winter Ring (ice shields, snowflakes that act similar to Blade's cutting blades, and ice sword beams).
His strength is his resistance (but not fully immune) to ice attacks but one of his weaknesses is fire powers, as he takes more damage compared to other attacks.
Richard's stats...hmmm...perhaps slightly above average attack, slightly below average defense, average mobility, average intelligence, and medium stealth?
Now for Kernely's abilities, she's got flaming butter, popcorn, her sword of Ember, her devastating Butter Cyclone move, and occasionally her Flame Crystal.
A strength she has is...I dunno, maybe when rage builds up, she gets more powerful...? Her weakness, on the other hand, is certain fire attacks, since in some stories few of her kernels pop whenever she gets hit by those attacks.
Her stats could be average attack, below average defense, above average mobility (she's faster than Richard or Samantha, but slower than Blovy and other speedsters), average intelligence (although slightly higher than Richard), and...medium stealth???
As for overall places...I dunno.
I'm bad at this, but this is my best attempt I could do. I might've gotten something wrong, so tell me if I did.
You see, I recently watched the show Unikitty, and I really liked it, so I was planning to own the main characters in the show. Jelo told me you own her, and he co-owns her. So I wanted to ask you if I can co-own her as well. I'm planning to use her and the other main characters in her show.
Chilly Bean BAM! wrote: The plot is they first take down some villains wrecking havoc, then after defeating them all, they travel to that purple void to defeat Evil Script. After, they then defeat Evil Script's master.
Well, there's some trouble. If you check out the latest edit on Red Fork's Rampage, you can see that Boulder is actually not a villain. He was just tricked by Red Fork to be part of his team. And about Electra and Payton, well, I'm not quite sure yet about how to describe their personalities, so it might be better to reserve them for later.
By the way, Chilly, if you don't have anyone to write the story with you, and you definitely need help, perhaps I could help. I could add in the Red Crystals to your story, and I'm a fast editer. Just make sure to keep up with my pace, and we'll be good. What do you say?
You see, I'm planning to make a chronological context for this story. In my plans, Foodland Royalty is occuring at the same time as The Return of the Opposite. You may notice that in the latter, Red Fork, Blue Ocean, Lemon Glass and Captain Red Shell are nowhere to be seen. Alice and Tommy even talk about this, andTommy says that those four characters are busy visiting some friends, in this case, your roster.
On the other hand, when in Foodland Royalty one of my characters wondered if Blast and his friends are ok, it's a reference to the fact that they aren't in the story. THey simply suppose they're ok, but they have no idea that they're currently fighting Opposite Blast in The Return of the Opposite.
In conclusion, the plan is to have both stories occuring parallel to each other.
Ok. Here's some ideas to fill the holes Jelo was talking about. I'll tell you them before implementing them, to make sure you agree.
1 - In the story there can be an explanation of how someone becomes a princess in Foodland. You already had someone say that it's when someone is popular and beloved there, but maybe you can add a bit of backstory to it.
2 - Why does Jacqueline want to fight Kernely? I have an idea. Jacqueline wanted to be popular in Foodland to become a princess, but Kernely was always more appreciated than she was. This made her jealous of Kernely, and hate everyone in foodland for loving Kernely more than her, so she turned evil and wants to destroy Kernely and take over Foodland by force so that no one can ignore her again.
By the way, please don't freak out when Pea, Jelo and I progress the story without you. I can't keep them waiting for you, and to be fair, Jelo himself can't keep up sometimes, but he doesn't react like that. The answer is simple, you can add your lines afterwards. I'd be telling you constantly to edit, like you do to Jelo all the time, but that's not my style. Instead, all I ask you is to not freak out when you can't keep up with the story. Just please, try to calm down, ok?
I understand. Believe me, it happens to Pea, Jelo and I all the time when we're editing. Sometimes the difference between edits is even less than a minute, so you can imagine how many times we've have edit conflicts. What I do in that case is copy what I've done, reload the page and then paste it back. I know it gets frustrating. Just try to keep calm next time, ok?
She's named Veronica Foster, and she's based off a rhinoceros bettle. She would be found laying unconscious in a meadow when the gang finds her. BTW, she was a normal girl at first. Wait, should her creator be Dr. Zack?
I was thinking of something else. Dr. Zack didn't create all the superpowered humans intentionally. In fact, one of his experiments was what gave Blast his superpowers.
My idea is the following:
Dr. Zack made his experiment a long time ago. However, when it went wrong, it caused some humans to develop superpowers. Blast was one of the humans affected by this experiment. Veronica Foster is another of them. However, the effects of this also gave her an odd appearance, and this led her to be rejected. She decided to hide in a nearby forest, unsure of what to do. That's why the gang has never encountered her until now. She had been hiding all the time, wondering what to do, and hoping to be normal again some day.
Ok. I just thought of a reason for her to stay hidden. You know, to give some depth to her character. It's what I do for some of my best characters, like Ink Splash and Ace. Of course, there's no problem with her to be happy with her abilities at the end. But before that, she'll think of her powers like some kind of curse, and only wants them removed from her. It's only after helping the gang defeat the villain, that she realizes that her powers are actually a good thing, and therefore, is happy with them.
Not sure. That depends on what the plot will be. I'm thinking of the following plot:
Opposite Blast and his team decide to attack Foodland for some reason, taking advantage of Red Fork and some of his friends leaving to visit Equestria. This leads Richard, Kernely and a few other characters to fight them. However, they're too powerful, and the heroes end up defeated. This is when they meet Veronica, in a meadow near Foodland. She at first is hostile to the gang, but after she realizes that they don't mean any harm, she decides to join them to defeat Opposite Blast and his allies.
Kernely is worried when Opposite Blast and his allies attack Foodland, attempting to take over the place for their own plans. However, with several members of the gang gone for a visit to Equestria, defeating these villains may be tougher than before. In the most desperate moments, the gang encounters yet another superpowered being. Will this new being be the key to their victory, or will the gang face a terrible defeat?
Also, I got inspired to make her, by the Beetle Copy Ability in Kirby: Triple Deluxe.
Plus, here's her full appearance: Veronica wears yellow, permanent "clothing" (that covers her neck, and the lowest point covered up being her upper legs) based off the rhinoceros beetle, and wears a helmet, similar to the Beetle Copy Ability as shown above, but yellow and without the golden edges (being replaced by yellow edges). She also has orange hair (as mainly shown with her bangs sticking out her helmet).
Oh, and her "shirt" is sleeveless. She can also take off her helmet.
Also, I got inspired to make her, by the Beetle Copy Ability in Kirby: Triple Deluxe.
Plus, here's her full appearance: Veronica wears yellow "armor" (that goes up to her neck, and the lowest point being her upper legs) based off the rhinoceros beetle, and wears a "helmet", similar to the Beetle Copy Ability as shown above, but yellow. She also has orange hair sticking out.
No, the story's title should have something to do with the plot in general. Sure, Veronica will be introduced, but I think the title should refer to Opposite Blast and his team attacking Foodland. How about... "Invasion in Foodland"?
Ok, if you really want to know, the villains will win this round as well. They claim themsleves as Foodland's new rulers, and force hte gang to leave. However, when they think everything is lost, something will happen, that will motivate them to fight Opposite Blast's team for a third and final time.
If I haven't answered yet, it's because I'm working on it. Usually specific appearances is one of the last things I think about when creating characters. But I'm trying to determine their appearances at the moment.
The word you wanted is "confront", not "comfort". Comfort is a state of physical ease and well-being, whereas confront is to meet someone face to face with hostile intent. You made the mistake more than one time, so I had to tell you already.
Ok, I'll be clear. "BUMP" may be useful in other cases, but if you're talking to me, "BUMP" is pretty much useless. If I haven't edited, it's for a reason, so no "BUMPing" will make me edit faster. Got it?
I have tons of ideas, but unfortunately, none of them are related to your characters.
Why don't you try to come up with some ideas yourself? After all, a writer without ideas won't get too far.
Here's a few ideas of how you can come up with ideas:
1 - Think of something one of your characters would hate if it happened to them. Then make it happen to them and make a story about it.
2 - Think of something one of your characters wants to achieve. Then make him or her try to achieve it and make a story about it.
3 - Think of a new character, and how your other characters would act if they encountered this new character. Then make it happen and make a story about it.
4 - Think of a hypothetic scenario (a what if scenario). Then make a story about this "what if" scenario. In fact, the premise of almost every story ever written can be summed in a "what if" question. For example, Invasion in Foodland could be summed as "What if Opposite Blast and his allies attacked Foodland?"
5 - If none of the previous methods work, then try them again until you have an idea for a story.
Well, it's your job to make stories for your characters. And if you do that job well enough, your characters become likable, and then other writers will want to make stories about them. What you need to do is write good stories about them. That'll awaken the interest of other users towards your characters. That's how it works for everyone else that writes stories here. Believe me, sometimes I'm not even interested in Jelo's new characters if he doesn't introduce them properly first.
Just a question: Is it necessary to base our story on a new character? Don't get me wrong, I like making lots of characters, but sometimes less is more. Have you considered how you could make a good story without introducing new characters? Introducing too many new characters can be seen as a gimmick by some readers.
First, the gang is eating lunch at Red Spoon's restaurant, when they hear chaos outside. When they exit the restaurant, they see Opposite Blast and his team, Splash, Bark, Breeze and Tempo all wrecking havoc. Richard is at first confused why they're working together, but then quickly realizes they teamed up to destroy Echo Creek. The gang go out to stop the villains in order: Breeze, Electra, Splash, Scorch, Bark, Blade, Tempo and Opposite Blast.
Wait, they team up? Sorry, but that's a no. They wouldn't team up for anything. Opposite Blast and his team hates the new superpowered beings, because they were made to be a replacement for Opposite Blast and the others.
Okay, I think I have a good idea now: The gang goes to an unique place that's located in Georgia. The place has elephant-sized eggplants, pumpkins and garlic. Also, people frequently ride in hot air balloons and blimps.
Listen, that's the real reason why your characters aren't getting the spotlight in stories. You're depending on Jelo to help you make them. If you could build your own characters without any help, that would be a good first step to making your characters more appreciated.
I want you to understand this. If you want your stories and characters to be successful, you cannot depend on others to do it for you. You can't depend on other users to make your characters' personalities for you. You can't dependon other users to make stories about your characters. All of that is your job. Once you create good stories with your characters, others will want to include your characters in their stories. But no one can make your characters more interesting for you. That's your job. I believe that's the real reason why you have so many unfinished stories and characters that don't get the spotlight.
You're doing some progress. But a good and complex personality is a bit more than that.
Listen, I'll give you a secret of mine. You see, back last year, when I was still active in the PVZ wiki, I liked to go to the Lawn and stuff. Anyway... one day, I was talking with a few users on the Lawn, and one of them gave me a link to this website that's all about tips and advice for writers. How to create good characters, how to develop good plots, etc. I've read nearly every article on the site, and I'll admit it's helped me a lot to improve as a writer.
I believe it's time to give this help to someone else now, and I believe you need it. So here it is, the website that's helped me hone my abilities as a writer:
Check out this website, and read as many articles as you like. This helped me a lot to improve, and I hope it can do the same for you. Since your current problem is with characters, I recommend you check out the Character Creation section. It has all kind of tips about creating interesting characters, and even how to play different kinds of characters. I hope this will help you as much as it helped me.
Opposite Blast, Electra, Blade, Scorch, Splash, Breeze, Tempo, Bark, Miss Bloomina, Payton Piranha, Johnny McSplat, and some upcoming villains I'll include soon in Heroes of Echo Creek. You'll see them.
No idea on what the series would be called. But the first episode might have something to do with an old classic: Bright Spark tricks Boulder to believe Blast said bad things about him, and then, furious, heads to fight Blast. While Blast and Boulder are fighting, Bright Spark takes advantage of the situation to capture Alice & Tommy. Veronica sees this, and hurries to tell Blast and Boulder what is happening. When Boulder realizes he's been tricked, he gets mad at Bright Spark, and then, the thre eheroes work together to defeat Bright Spark before he turns Alice and Tommy into robots.
You do realize that most characters have only have one kind of powers, right? Jaiden has ice powers, Boulder has super strength, Electra has electric powers, Blue Ocean has science tools, etc. Don't give your character too many powers, or he'll just be OP. I think just high jumping and creating forcefields should be enough. Remember, sometimes less is more. Don't make a character that has too many abilities, or it'll be hard to make any challenging scenarios for this character.
Ok. So, her abilities will be high jumping, and creating forcefields. Sounds good.
Now, we need to come up with a name for the series. Since it's your idea, I think it'll be better if you try to come up with the title. When you have more ideas, tell me them, and we'll choose the name for the series.
Richard and Gerald's Ultimate Conquest: Get ready for MORE serious fighting! After getting inspiration from Discord's tournament, Richard comes up with an idea: make one himself with Gerald. So, he invites him as a host and some of their other friends to be commenters, fighter-listers, referees, and the like. A humongous group of heroes and villains enter the tournament... Yikes, which side will win?!
Chilly, I think we could do another story. I was thinking... what if one of your main characters had a crush on another character, whether it's an old member from my roster, or a newcomer from any of our rosters?
That's what I want you to decide. Look, i don't really know Torchy, Blovy or Pealy that good. THe characters from your roster I'm familiarized with the most are Richard and Kernely. How about one of them to have a crush on someone else?