Avery_Moore, The Expert Scrivener

Member Since

1/8/2019

Last Activity

3/6/2021 6:17 PM

EXP Points

2,897

Post Count

2339

Storygame Count

1

Duel Stats

220 wins / 98 losses

Order

Marauder Exemplar

Commendations

144

I went to the zoo yesterday, but they only had one animal there, and that was just a dog... It was a shih tzu. ^_^

Trophies Earned

Earning 100 Points Earning 500 Points Earning 1,000 Points Earning 2,000 Points Having 1 Storygame(s) Featured Won 70% of Duels Given by BerkaZerka on 04/07/2019 - ^v^ Given by EndMaster on 04/26/2019 - For defeating the CoGite Tyrant in personal battle to gain your FREEDOM! Given by Will11 on 02/18/2020 - For being such a brilliant author and wonderful presence on the site :D

Storygames

Featured Story The Price of Freedom: Innocence Lost

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You are ten years old when you first feel the weight of shackles around your wrists. In a matter of hours, your whole world is turned upside down as you and your brother are dragged away from your home in Greece to work as slaves in the Roman Empire. Now you must struggle for survival. Every decision you make will affect your future. Your life, the life of your brother and the lives of your friends are in your hands.

Begin your journey as a child, and make heartbreaking choices that will shape the adult you will become. But be careful. An act of kindness might come back to haunt you, and a thoughtless word could earn you some powerful enemies. A split second decision will determine who lives and who dies. Will you sell your soul to win your freedom, or sacrifice everything for the people you love? Will you even live long enough to see the sun rise?

Special thanks to all of my beta-testers: TinyOnion, Morgan R, Mewsly, Evan Dean Nathanael, Laha, Cookiemonsta, Jumo, Hannah Minger, Danielle L-S, eXwhYZee, Umbreonpanda, M.S.X.K. Laird, Likho and N1GHTMAR3.

And a really, REALLY special thanks to my patreons: Chanbot, Mizal, Ryan Esher and SpartacustheGreat.

You can also keep up to date on my games by following me on social media at:
https://www.facebook.com/AveryMooreGames
https://twitter.com/Avery__Moore


Gotta Catch Em All
unpublished

Pokemon game for playing around with variables and stuff


Gotta Catch Em All (Original)
unpublished

Pokemon game for playing around with variables and stuff


Murder at the Manor
unpublished

Four mysteries in one. A man has been murdered in his stately home in the country, and you have only four suspects. Can you figure out who the killer is? It could be anyone... Literally. Because the killer is chosen at random at the beginning of every game.

Note: This game was originally made for a competition put together by Morgan R, where writers had to make the best game they could in a day. Unfortunately, I didn't get the game finished in time, so never got around to publishing it, but I stumbled across it a few years later and decided it was worth finishing. So here it is, hope you enjoy ^_^

 

A massive special thanks to all of my patreons:

Chanbot, Mizal, Ryan Esher, Turnip Bandit, Ninjapitka, John Oester, Pyrola and Cjjolly

 

All of my games are free to play, but you can support me on patreon at:

https://www.patreon.com/Avery_Moore

 

You can also keep up to date on my games by following me on social media at:

https://www.facebook.com/AveryMooreGames

https://twitter.com/Avery__Moore


The Lawless Ones
unpublished

This game has lots of stuff.


The Price of Freedom: Brothers in Arms
unpublished

A massive special thanks to all of my patreons:

Chanbot, Mizal, Ryan Esher, Turnip Bandit, Ninjapitka, John Oester, Pyrola and Cjjolly

 

All of my games are free to play, but you can support me on patreon at:

https://www.patreon.com/Avery_Moore

 

You can also keep up to date on my games by following me on social media at:

https://www.facebook.com/AveryMooreGames

https://twitter.com/Avery__Moore


Recent Posts

Series of "Quetions" on 3/6/2021 6:06:11 PM

Yey! ^_^


CYS Book Club? on 3/6/2021 4:54:59 PM

To Kill a Mocking Bird it is!

Here's a link to an online version.

And here's a link to an audiobook.

Let's all regroup on the 1st of April, or whenever we're all finished. Whichever comes first. ^_^


CYS Book Club? on 3/6/2021 4:45:29 PM

Okay, how about everyone gives a vote on which books they'd most like to read. (I've already read them all, and am very happy to read any of them again.) ^_^


CYS Book Club? on 3/6/2021 4:44:16 PM

Yeah, kept in this thread. And I guess each member takes turns choosing a different book to read and we all review it at the end of the month (or whenever everyone is finished. Whichever's quickest.) ^_^


Hell on 3/6/2021 4:41:58 PM

Lol muchly ^_^


Series of "Quetions" on 3/6/2021 4:41:05 PM

Good luck in both! ^_^


Hell on 3/6/2021 3:33:11 PM

I do kind of enjoy the weird heaven stereotype and the complete misunderstanding of how clouds work... Also how you never see any airplanes crashing into them. ^_^


CYS Book Club? on 3/6/2021 1:51:26 PM

Here!


Is it annoying if I introduce myself like this? on 3/6/2021 12:59:45 PM

Honestly, if she just avoids this thread, she should be fine. ^_^


CYS Book Club? on 3/6/2021 12:58:28 PM

I know there's been a couple of attempts at a CYS book club (I think I started one at some point and then got bored) but... Fuck it, why the hell not try again? I've started a little side gig selling delicious cupcakes and usually spend my baking time listening to audiobooks of classic literature, which means I have no excuse this time.

I'm thinking of generally sticking to stuff in the public domain, since it's free and you can easily find them online as both text and audiobooks.

Figured it would be good to start off with something short, so as there's not too much pressure and people won't just get bored and stop reading. A few ideas are:

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (274 pages)

Call of the Wild (232 pages)

To Kill a Mocking Bird (281 pages)

Of Mice and Men (107 pages)

Animal Farm (112 pages)

or, if you'd like something really short:

The Masque of the Red Death (60 pages)

... Nice and appropriate. ^_^

Anyone interested in reading any of those?