the Request message with your name signed (which is coded by 4 tilde symbols "~" in a row) is the common method on this site for requesting that the author or authors working on a story fill in that branch of the story. It means someone is interested in seeing what you are going to write for that branch rather than being interested in writing it themselves.
In my case, I posted the request because I was actually interested for writing in that story with the "Male Teen Wolf" perspective because I like the scenario you set up. However, I felt a need to get more of a sense of the environment and situation you were setting up first, so I requested the two things that could give me the most information. (I think the route where you find Gabby and ask what's got her upset will probably lend more info than the one with the person crying in the bathroom, but I requested both.) Jemini (talk) 05:33, 14 February 2019 (CET)
Oh! Neat, I didn't think anyone would like what a wrote, I just started writing again after a long hiatus from my private collection of writings, then I found this section of the site and the muse took me. BluePanda 15 February 2019
The twin 6 year old cheetahs on your character sheet page, Lucy and Zoey Cooper. Are 1 of them a mis-naming of Kayla, the 6 year old cheetah girl in the closet with the rabbit boy? If not, why is Kayla not on the list?
Woops, forgot to change her name on that page. Alrighty done. BluePanda 21 February 2019
I have two questions that I realize may seem rather rude... Why did you move the entirety of the Male Teen Wolf branch of A World of Cubby Sex to a new story (Smooth Operator); and why does this new story have no proper introductory landing page? Claws61821 (talk) 11:30, 22 February 2019 (CET)
Nah it's not rude, I'm probably the rude one here, I felt that the story was getting a little big and still expanding that I would need to start organizing sections my way (still trying to think of how to do that), "The World of Cubby Sex" felt like a place for short sex stories. Also I like to draw and having this new drawing tablet thought later down the road I might start adding pictures to show each character as they appear. I'm not sure what you mean by "proper introductory landing page" can you link me to a few to show me examples. BluePanda 14:23, 22 February 2019 (CET)
I mean something that lets the reader know what the story is about before they dive into it. A synopsis plus links to the start of the story and any other resources you choose. Life Of A 13 Year Old, Generations, and The Family Cox are good examples. Life Hacks does it too, but jumps directly into the story at the same time. Smooth Operator, when I checked it last night, felt like it started too abruptly, like without even the meager introduction of a list of choices we didn't have any background for what was going on or who these people were or why we should care. Claws61821 (talk) 02:55, 23 February 2019 (CET)
Okay I gotcha, that makes sense I'll work on that, I'll take a look at those examples you gave me so it give me an idea of how I should open up an introduction. BluePanda 20:03, 22 February 2019 (CET)
Thanks Jemini, I'm just glad the pain and sweating has finally passed so I can think more clearly. While I was down I started thinking about a lot of stuff I wanted to start working on, mostly it was more characters and world building, but some story ideas I tried to get them written down quickly before I forgot. BluePanda 17:42, 5 March 2019 (CET)
Adding a bunch of half-sisters and their mothers, that makes sense in the context of this story. The only thing to consider is whether or not they all actually know they have the same father. I would say chances are 50-50 in each case. That being the case, it's likely possible to figure out if they don't know, since if they don't know Jordan is their half brother, then one of the half sisters or their mother might know about it. All in all, they likely have no reason to keep track of half siblings and may not even really consider each other siblings for sharing a father. Since this society would be based on a maternal family tree, they technically would not be considered to be related to each other at all. Doesn't mean they wouldn't know they have the same father, just that they wouldn't be considered siblings and wouldn't consider each other siblings. Jemini (talk) 11:13, 6 March 2019 (CET)
The three sisters I added will know each other as I have plans for them already in the works, but like you said, Jordan probably won't get to know most of his half siblings as the father character travels for work and meets many women, but his father is living local to Jordan so he does have more siblings he is unaware of near him. BluePanda 22:11, 6 March 2019 (CET)