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After this incident they parted their ways and this parting was the end of their prime. None of the two could create any major wave as solo. Sometimes creativeness cannot work through a single mind, it needs more than individual to emphasis its potency.
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After this incident they parted their ways and this parting was the end of their time at the top prime. Neither None of the two could create any major waves as a solo artist/performer. Sometimes creativeness cannot work through a single mind, it needs/takes more than individuality to emphasise its potency.
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Jackson6612 they parted their ways
Hi Jackson. I'm not sure if this is an archaic quote, but I've never heard it this way. These days the expression is, "they parted ways," similar to "they parted company." - A.

Edit. It needs/takes more than the / an individual to emphasize it's potency. Is this what you mean??
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optilangAfter this incident they parted their ways and this parting was the end of their time at the top prime. Neither None of the two could create any major waves as a solo artist/performer. Sometimes creativeness cannot work through a single mind, it needs/takes more than individuality to emphasise its potency.
Sometimes creativeness cannot work through a single mind, it needs/takes more than individuality to emphasise its potency.

I just made up the above sentence without exactly knowing its meaning. Why couldn't invidual be used above?
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Jackson6612[Sometimes creativeness cannot work through a single mind, it needs/takes more than individuality to emphasise its potency.
Okay, I screwed up again. "It needs/takes more than one individual to emphasize (bring out) its potency."

Just as an aside, I think "emphasize" means to strengthen (add strength), while "bring out" means to release the strength which already exists. (This is an oversimplification.)

Also, you need a semicolon after "mind," absent the conjunction.

- A.