Hello243, The Reader
Hello! I'm Hello243, and I used to be Feathersoul. I ditched that account, though, and made a new one (this) because it was such a horrible account. I hope my storygames will turn out better this time.
You can call me simply by my username. I don't really like anything else, but it's fine if you still want to call me Feathersoul.
If you want to know more about me:
Likes: Cats (no, not Warriors, just cats), writing, Neko Atsume, other stuff
Dislikes: Other stuff
Favourite book: I enjoy everything in the Percy Jackson and Olympians series, and Heroes of Olympus, and Trials of Apollo. I also like Wings of Fire, although it's definitely not my favourite.
Storygames I am working on:
I'm making one called Gazing at the Sky. I might change the name. It's about a dragon and his owner, Kelsey. No further information... Yet :3
Another one I have is Jewels: A Room Escape. I used to have it on Feathersoul, but I never finished. I hope I can finish this one ;3
PM me if you want to chat. I will probably reply soon.
Also, I'm an INTJ, if you wanted to know.
It was Kelsey's thirteenth birthday, and she was going to get a dragonet.
(That's pretty much the only summary I can give you)
If you ask why everyone gets a dragonet, it's because the population of dragons is thriving and there are many dragons injuring people. Getting a dragon to take care of makes sure that there are less wild dragon attacks on people.
This is definitely not the best storygame I will make, so please give me feedback. I don't care about whatever you do in the comments. Hate on me, swear at me if you want. It would be nice if there weren't so many comments like "I am potato" or something like that.
You wake up in a room.
You're not sure why you're there, but one thing is clear: you need to get out.
A light glimmers at the edge of your vision. You whirl around, tensing, but you relax when you realize it is only a jewel. Mesmerized by its beauty, you slowly advance towards it. It beckons to you, urging you to touch it. You obey fearfully, waiting for something to happen. But nothing does. The room is completely still.
Read this storygame to find out what happens next...
In my former account, I made a storygame like this, but didn't manage to finish. I will try to finish this one. There might (emphasis on might) be a second one if I finish.
Recent PostsWriting Prompts: Tétartos on 8/30/2017 9:07:57 AM
For some reason I didn't get a notification for this. Is it too late to write?
Writing Prompts: The Threequel on 8/15/2017 9:15:03 AM
Hi, can you tag me to the next one? I want to write in one of these prompts, but not any one of these, because I can't seem to get ideas for these (I've never been that good at writing horror). I want to know that the next one's been posted. Thanks :)
Writing Prompt:week #1 (horror week) on 8/15/2017 9:09:28 AM
I doubt anyone's going to join this. The prompts are all cliches, and you don't know to put spaces after punctuation. Maybe we should just stick with Seto's for now...
Do any of you people art? on 8/13/2017 4:38:37 AM
This does go in the Creative Corner. Maybe you could ask a mod to move it there?
Draw My Attention (Reign of the Mini-King) on 8/11/2017 2:57:42 AM
Hello, random newbie recommending a comment for deletion:
-- itsyeboi980 on 5/30/2017 1:43:20 PM
It's on this story.
Hello :3 on 8/9/2017 4:07:02 AM
Hello :3 Welcome to CYS. I hope you enjoy your stay!
Also, no offense, but perhaps you could brush up on your grammar. If you write something with that grammar, even if everything else was good, it would get a low rating.
I'm an old Newbie on 8/9/2017 4:04:25 AM
Hello :3 I'm also an old newbie... I used to have an account here a few years ago, and after a year or two of inactivity, I made a new account. Anyways, I hope you enjoy making storygames (if you will make a storygame) and being able to post on the forums!
Maturity on 8/6/2017 4:18:05 AM
I'm not sure if this is a bug, but the second maturity rating says "choking hazard for children under four". In the description, though, it says that it contains themes not suitable for children under six. It might just be that there are usually choking hazards for children under four on specific things, but I still think they should change this.