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I would also give you a few words of advice when it comes to harem, beware of it, it is a trap filled path to take. Statistically speaking I have seen far more cringeworthy romance in harem novels than those without harem (this could be accounted to many things). You also dont need to go full blown harem if you want your MC to have multiple relationships over the cause of a story, you just need them to not be simultanious. For istance you could have him experiance some teenage romance early on, only for both of them to realise that they dont really belong together in the long run. This would also prepare you to write the much more complicated romance necessary for harems, at least if you want to write it well and not be a cringeworthy element that will see a fraction of your fans fleeing from your novel. I would at least advise you to make sure that you can write some good romance before you write include a full blow harem, if for no other reason than harem being an advanced form of romance (assuming it does include romance).

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and if you want more good detail about how to do harem and problem that need to deal/avoid with then check the comment section of this chapter ,there are a lot of good advise there
cliche of academy:
The most difficult problem,I wanna to joke hard,but when my imagination show me eternal academy,like some kinda shitty shounen,i puke blood.You know,those battle academy with some sort of kings,and hill over the hill,heven over the heaven,and then in the end of story,some dark god will lurking under academy that shows up when mc win all kings in tournament.And fate off the world will lay upon some kid in a f*cking school.And our mc with the help of friendship and plot armor win,bleeding and struggling to stand.Of course with some open ending,when we don't know who is gonna to be with whom.Aaaand im need an ambulance,im dying here.

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how to avoid cliffhanger and less likely to get writer block:

The best way is always to stop when you are going good and when you know what will happen next. If you do that every day … you will never be stuck ... That way your subconscious will work on it all the time. But if you think about it consciously or worry about it you will kill it and your brain will be tired before you start.

- Ernest Hemingway
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