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Today I will archive the RPG group I formed two years ago as an example of what not to do when writing a plot involving a character with disabilities since I plan to delete the group due to it being never used for since its creation. It will be archived here on DA (I will have a folder that contains archived stuff, that I end up pulling off the shelf for whatever the reason may be, that provides an example for something) so people will be able to avoid the same mistake I made when developing the plot and characters.
It will also be available on my tumblr, along with another writing goof up I made a while back (also created because I wasn't aware of it being something to not do in writing) that was done on tumblr (the mistake was that when writing characters that have accents, you shouldn't write the way the accent is spoken, but rather use the grammar structure and slang (i.e "'that is not good'" he said in a german accent," vs "'zhat isn't good'" he said in a german accent." "'that is not good'" he said in a german accent" is the correct way to write it. "'that is not gut'" would probably work as well). I actually have yet to fix the mistake made in my writing on tumblr, so I figured now would be a good time to do that anyway (admittedly it should've been done sooner, and that is my bad for not doing so).
Synopsis: ”It has been years since the Suppression gates’ deactivation. Now, the human population has increased and look—kids! When ex-test subject Chell tries to start anew as a police officer in a run-down, but safely hidden city from the Combine, she adopts two children found outside the city outskirts by Resistance members.
Despite trying to forget Aperture after seven years patrolling the city, she cannot but help notice that her adopted children carry familiar quirks. These kids, while left alone to their own devices to explore, end up finding themselves in more trouble that anyone could ever wish to be involved in again…”