Date: 11/30/17 05:47 am Title: Rock bottom
Wow.... that's a bit of a confusing time jump. I don't know how many people would suddenly change their tune about a person they've never met so quickly but, ehh... I'll follow it. I want more though!
Author's Response: More is certainly on its way, though expect a long wait, and the 'tune change' will explained later.
Date: 11/30/17 03:47 am Title: Rock bottom
1) If she's getting rejected enough to visibly affect people over time, shouldn't her existence also fade eventually?
2) If her abilities are going fritz because of drugs, would her existence stabilize or cease eventually?
3) I personally hate druggy stories, so I hope this is just a faze.
Author's Response: 1) Huh? 2) Possibly but it won't get that far. 3) No, don't worry, they are simply bump in the road (I hope that's an expression in English...)
Date: 11/30/17 03:05 am Title: Where the dust settles
So, let me get this straight.
Every single person, in her life - her family, her friends, her 'boyfriend,' her twin, and especially the government agency assigned to look over people like her - completely abandons her, turns on her, and pushes her out of their lives and stops caring about her entire existence for no other reason than 'just because?'
I'm sorry, but that just feels stupid as hell. It's an asinine and lazy way to create conflict and isolate the character. And the fact that she has knowledge and powers her twin doesn't makes the disinterest of any of the other parties involved make it especially ridiculous.
Author's Response: Wow, okay...so I believe I explicitly stated that her being a copy affects people's thoughts towards her, as in people who knew her before will struggle to remember her existence (under my current model this becomes a significant plot point later on), if this isn't mentioned yet, it will be soon, and if it is simply unclear, I apologise and feel free to let me know and I'll do my best to fix it.