When you go onto a person's page to see there stories it is ranked by votes. The problem with this is that may of those are finished. So if you want to see newer stories you have to dig through their stories. So to fix this I think we should be able to add 3 or 4 stories to the front of their stories pages.
By this I mean request a re-run of voting or for a new drafting phase on the same chapter. I have recently come across a large number of stories in the voting phase where none of the drafts are that good/follow the story/etc. and have too much of the chapter like this to suggest edits, but aren't something you would report. I know there are some logistical problems with this, but I'd like to hear what you guys think about it.
On the mobile app there is a quick tab to click on that goes right to your followed stories. On the browser version, you need to go to the main page, scroll down two sections then click on "See more" before getting to that subscribed page. That is unpractical. It would be great if in the menu there would be a way of accessing that page directly!
Instead of having to write stories together that sometimes doesn't make sense and stressful if the plot got turned around and wildcards actually kill the story,
WHY NOT MAKE ONE BY YOURSELF?
Instead of disobeying the rules, you can unlock a rank by achieving a certain number of points!
Here's how it works. First, you need to get a good enough points to show that you're a good writer/been in story wars long enough (example: 500 points). Next, they will get a new button in their home page that allows them to write personal stories, but they gotta pay a good amount of gems to make sure that they don't go full solo.
Then, they are allowed to write a certain amount of pages. The more points, the more pages (for the same price or change a little up to you). Once the story's done, they can publish it. You can prepare a "Library" to sell personal stories, and those who wanna buy them gotta pay gems. 50% of the gems "go to the Library" while the other half goes to the writer.
The price is arranged by an AI according to rating and total pages to make sure that it's not crazy expensive or crazy cheap.
This is a good way to tell another side of the writer and spend gems (and earn them too). What do you think?
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