Cat Spectacular (pyro_edward) wrote in fm_alchemist,
Cat Spectacular
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Opinions?

Hi everyone. I'm sorry I post so frequently >> But I had a few questions regarding how I should warn for content in my fanfiction (you may have seen it in an earlier post here).

It's -technically- an mpreg later in the story, but it's not at -all- what you'd expect from one. It's closer to horror than anything, has no romance and is not a yaoi, and is more of an angst/mystery/friendship/horror.

But, the thing is, I feel like I should warn for mpreg (even if it kind of isn't) even though the mpreg factor is kind of far from the point of the fanfic. Most mpregs are like "Hey, I'm having a baby!" whereas this one is more "...What the?! *CLAWS AT STOMACH* GETITOUTGETITOUTGETIOUT OWOWOW @#$$%#$ OW THIS IS HURTING MY INTERNAL ORGANS SOMEONE KILL ME AHCK."

The other thing is, it's also HughesxRoy friendship, but I might -hint- at the HughesxRoy pairing. It isn't anything that would be at ALL disturbing to people who don't like that particular pairing OR slash in general, but it's so mild that you'd have to have your head bent at an extreme angle, have your goggles on, and know my mindset. It's actually just completely open for interpretation, so should I warn for it at all?

Since it might be pushing into the mystery genre, would it be better just to warn for angst/squick and leave the mpreg factor as a surprise, and Hughes and Mustang open for interpretation? I feel like I might lose a lot of interest because of what "mpreg" fics usually entail, yet I don't even know if it can be called an mpreg.

...And should this be under a cut? >>;

Sorry for the four million questions. ^^; I'm just a little concerned and -quite- amateur, so I thought it'd be better to ask. Thanks. :3
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