Tag Archives: assumptions

Math and Writing

Hello, readers. This is Rii’s husband Tyler, here to write a guest blog post. You might be asking yourself, “What makes him think he’s villainous enough to write for this blog?” Well, I’m fairly certain that for a large segment … Continue reading

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Assumptions Are Tools

So I spent the last several posts talking about how we shouldn’t assume and how we should break the mold. Mould? However, thereĀ is an advantage of using tropes and cliches. When you break the stereotype, you surprise your audience. That’s … Continue reading

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Other Assumptions

There are just some things that are always evil. Always. Bringing back the dead, for example, is always evil. Except when a god does it, or when they were only mostly dead, or when it’s Joss Whedon/Marvel, or- Okay, okay, … Continue reading

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