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comment Direct thoughts
@PaulA.Clayton That would probably work better; I was copying @ what's structure because I was minorly disagreeing with how he'd phrased it.
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comment How can I make believable motivations for antagonists?
Some related answers which might be helpful: writers.stackexchange.com/questions/1614/… and writers.stackexchange.com/questions/5022/… and related to that one, writers.stackexchange.com/questions/5059/i-want-to-explore-the-psychology-of-a-r‌​uthless-macho-killer-what-mistakes-shou/
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comment Direct thoughts
Oh! you're right. No, my bad, I answered that pre-caffeine. I'll delete my comment. :)
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answered Direct thoughts
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answered How do I punctuate a statement that a character is ordered to say in a future scenario?
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answered How do you decide whether to use the infinitive or -ing version of a verb?
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reviewed Close Does this read as archaic?
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reviewed Close Is there an objective way to determine that writing is “stilted and cluttered”?
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comment How to describe a hypnotized state?
Requests to help rephrase a single sentence are not on-topic for us, because they are so localized and unlikely to help others in the future. Sorry.
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comment Can your current work of fiction be influenced by a sequel?
This is a great answer. The historical parallels in particular are a nice touch.
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comment Does this read as archaic?
holy cats. I don't think I got three lines in. This isn't archaic; it's circumlocutious to the point of parody. @ChrisSunami's answer is excellent and right on point.
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comment Is there an objective way to determine that writing is “stilted and cluttered”?
It's certainly jargon-heavy. "Concretize"? "Objectify the mandate"? Rewrite it in less formal terms using smaller words and it will probably read much better.
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comment Graphical presentation method nomenclature
You might also get good answers on Graphic Design SE graphicdesign.stackexchange.com
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