So, I planned on writing author page, with a personnel bio in it (On Thai Branch). I want a strategy or tips for writing personnel bio.
Hold up. First off, have you written and posted any mainsite articles yet? Checked your author contributions and there doesn't seem to be any listed under your authorship. There is a minimum of three articles(whether it be SCP page or tale) required to qualify you making an author page.
But if you're really confident, I guess I can't really stop you there. If you want tips, you can find them in one of the site guides.
Technically, OP is referring to the Thai branch. Since this concerns the Thai branch, OP should consult from the Thai site for any conventions there. Site cultures and procedures may differ for the various SCP sites.
We do not have "General Advice" thread like this. Note: Sorry I misread your post. Was reading extremely fast, dammit.
We do not have "General Advice" thread like this.
In that case, you can consult a member of the Thai site (via PM or chat or similar media) whose opinion you will value. I don't believe this is a question to be prompted here, since it is not relevant to the English site.
Let's me inform you, in our branch, an author with an article is allowed to make their author page. By I saying the word "Plan", does not mean I will do it immediately.
Yeah, I wasn't sure whether you were talking about the Thai branch or the English site.
This might help:
Author Page Preferences
The twenty top rated Author pages here (you can use a ListPages module to generate a similar list for the Thai site):
I don't think an author page necessarily is an actual personnel file/bio/autobio, so I don't think it matters what you put on it because no one's going to take that character that seriously?
If you're asking for help on developing an interesting character for a tale, it depends on what you want that character to do in the story and how you want the audience to respond to them.