Chris113022, The Dramatist
Can you not?
I write sometimes.
The Question is back at it again in this sequel to Hard Night!
Gotham City was home to a myriad of vigilantes, and, in your personal opinion, the Huntress was the most interesting of them. So when you hear she's in trouble, of course you decide to give her a helping hand... Things escalate from there.
Second in the Questionable Tales series, a series of fanfiction storygames starring the Question. Featuring the Huntress as a guest star, Batman and the Penguin in cameos, and mentions of other Batman related characters.
Rated for violence, language, and sexual content. I make no claims of quality.
The Question, Huntress, the Batfamily, and all of Batman's villains are copyright DC Comics.
NOTE: An entry into EndMaster's 2018 unofficial romance contest.
Special Thanks to:
Tim36D - Playtesting, proofreading.
The Folks in the Villain Lair - Motivating me to write the story. Even if I didn't make it to 15k in the end.
EDIT 3/14/18: Fixed typos. Completely revamped Penguin's confrontation pages. Removed 'End of *chapter name*, start *chapter name*' links; they're just 'continue' links now. Minor additions to story, including a new page.
EDIT 3/26/18: Fixed some small mistakes that I noticed.
EDIT 4/26/18: Fixed background on title page, due to my usual image hosting site going down.
Can you get a good drink while fending off raiders?
A young martial artist visits a post-apocalyptic town in search of a drink. What happens next is up to you in this classic style CYOA inspired by the cult classic God Hand.
Special Thanks To:
Cricket - For beta reading.
Author's Notes: This is mostly just a little something I wrote for my own amusement and isn't meant to be taken seriously at all. It's written in the Time Cave format, which means that every choice leads you down a unique path instead of all that rebranching and stuff that modern interactive fiction tends to use.
With that said, leave all your common sense at the door, because it's about to get weird.
A young martial artist goes on another hilarious romp through post-apocalyptic America.
My entry for Mizal's 2019 Lone Hero Contest.
Authors Notes: This is a sequel to Dusty Fist. You don't actually need to have read the original in order to enjoy this one, as that was more of an elaborate shitpost while this... Is also an elaborate shitpost.
In this game, you play as the Question, Hub City's faceless protector. One night, what appears to be a normal drug bust goes south fast, and you find yourself with only two hours to live, an antidote to find, and a gang to topple.
Looks like it's just a normal night in Hub City.
First in the Questionable Tales series, a series of fanfiction games starring the Question. There's four endings not counting deaths: one bad, one bittersweet, one good, and one true ending. See if you can find them all.
The Question is copyright DC Comics. So yeah, don't sue me.
If you encounter any bugs, such as a page with no links or restricted links you shouldn't be able to access but for some reason can, PM me and I'll fix it as soon as possible. Also, if anyone has trouble with the antidote, PM me and I'll give you a hint.
Update 1. Worked out a bug where there were no links on the warehouse page after beating the gang. Thanks to ultraoverlord for pointing it out!
Update 2. Fixed two bugs, one where there was the wrong link on the 'Use their speed against them' page after going to the warehouse and lab and another where there are no links on the 'Anti-Hero' page after doing the same thing. Thanks to Mizal for pointing it out!
Update 3. Added 'part of series tag' and cleaned up description. Enlarged link on title page so it's easier to see.
A very questionable Christmas special.
It's Christmas in Hub City. One might expect that even criminals would take the night off, but you've learned the hard way that crime doesn't sleep. While the rest of the city is tucked into their homes in the company of loved ones, you're on the hunt in a silent city, making sure that things stay that way.
The Question is copyright DC comics. So yeah, don't sue me.
Author's Notes: Did I say I was definitely not going to write a Question fanfiction for this contest? Because what I meant was I didn't mean to but I had to squeeze something out before the contest's end. And with Christmas so fast approaching, what better than a Christmas special, eh?
Noir story in a cyberpunk dystopia. Four types of endings: deaths, bad endings, good endings, and one perfect ending. See if you can find them all, it shouldn't be too hard. Endings are tracked using the score variable: zero means death, one means bad, two means good, three means perfect.
Special thanks to:
Tim36D - For listening to me ramble on about the idea, making suggestions, and writing a few pages.
ISentinelPenguinI - For playtesting.
Finally, if you notice any bugs, please PM me and I'll get to work on them as soon as I can (though I do believe they've all been worked out, can never be too sure).
UPDATE 6/20/2018: Replaced the link for the music due to the video being pulled from YouTube.
UPDATE 2/3/2019: Minor edits, original link for music is back up so I changed it back. Added the Anti-Hero tag.
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Recent PostsRIP lordkarstark on 8/19/2019 7:10:18 PM
Shut up tranny
New Contest Theme: Lone Hero on 8/19/2019 12:59:23 AM
AAAAAND IT'S OVER! THOSE WHO SUBMITTED ARE GOOD, THE REST OF YOU FAGGOTS ARE SHAMED.
New Contest Theme: Lone Hero on 8/19/2019 12:19:38 AM
I hope you know that you continually unpublishing and republishing the story to fix stuff (which is against the rules btdubs just letting u kno bb <3) is flooding the Discord because the bot tells us everytime a new story is published.
New Contest Theme: Lone Hero on 8/18/2019 1:10:06 PM
New Contest Theme: Lone Hero on 8/18/2019 12:54:36 PM
New Contest Theme: Lone Hero on 8/18/2019 11:37:34 AM
Hoping to finish up my story today. I wrote the original in 2 hours, I can finish up a branch about the same length in 12.
Best This Month Category on 8/15/2019 7:29:01 PM
Yeah, a quarterly spotlight thing seems good. Maybe bump it up to a top 10? Or just however many good games we get during that time lol.
So I figure one goes up in March, one goes up in June, one goes up in September, and one goes up in December?
Best This Month Category on 8/15/2019 7:21:43 PM
I mean, of course. It's for games published in that month, rather than of all time. Though maybe changing it to a bi-monthly thing would help, as the others in the Discord are pointing out that there were months were at most 4 stories were kept published.
Best This Month Category on 8/15/2019 7:15:45 PM
Basically, a top 5 of the highest rated games of the month. Something to put a spotlight on high quality stories without having to feature them, to get them some more love.
Can't wait for the dry spells where the number one spot is a 4 with a 3/8 length.
New Contest Theme: Lone Hero on 8/13/2019 12:32:39 PM