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What's Your Favorite Part of a Story?  

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rivalsrapture
(@rivalsrapture)

Is it the build-up which gets women to each other's throats or bound in each other's arms?

Is it the fight itself and its pendulum swings? 

Or is it the aftermath and the punishment that really make you tick?

Tell us, rivals! Our authors are waiting to hear. 

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Posted : 19/06/2019 9:36 pm
dermonarch
(@dermonarch)

As far as I'm concerned, the order for a very good story is beginning, end and then the fight itself.

The most important thing for me is really the beginning and how the rivalry/enmity started. It's a little boring for me when it's "just" playing in a tournament or something like that. I like stories that play in our world, but I really love stories that play in an imaginative world. This gives me the best opportunity to explain why the ladies in the stories behave the way they do.

The ending is also important. When one finally triumphs over the other, and after a perhaps long or short fight there is an undisputed winner. Now perhaps I should also note that at the matches I like there will be no more revenge at the end possible.

 

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Posted : 20/06/2019 6:29 am
goliadmike
(@goliadmike)

For me, it is the ending, but only if the story really grabs me.  "Peace Talks" and "Pretender" pushed all the right buttons...oh, and let's not forget "More than a Match."

PS I was really hoping Zahra would have finished off Chloe after the breast fight, but still what an epic fight!

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Posted : 14/09/2019 10:14 am
hype
 hype
(@hype)

The build-up and interaction plays an important role in my opinion. Both of them feeling jealous of each other. Their thoughts about each other. Passing subtle insults during their interactions which slowly evolve into full blown trash talk which results in an inevitable catfight. 

My opinion is the more good the build-up is the more interesting the fight will be. 

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Posted : 06/10/2019 6:56 pm
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