MinnieKing, The Apprentice Scrivener
Before you ask, or say anything to me, know that I am male. Not female.
Busy with: Defeating microwaves, trying to claw my way to 2k points, and being great
Yo, i'm MinnieKing. Overlord of all things that happen to be mini.
You may refer to me as Minnie, MK, King, MinnieKing, Sir Awesome, Awesome Sir, King of Miniature, Lord of Bad Puns, The Mighty Minnie, Bane of All Existence, or jdndiwndidow.
Location: Whatever the most mini location is.
Is Awesome: MinnieKing
King of Mini Things: Me
Friends: Hmmm... Well, I guess anyone who enjoys the small things in life. (Get it? Ah whatever.)
Facts: •I dislike Cleveland.
•If I order something in the mail, and it has a big package, I will smash it to damn pieces.
•I have been to Candyland.
Le Eleven Almighty Goals
1. Write a 7.5/8 story
Publish 4 stories with a rating of 4 or higher Completed 12/29/16
Collect 500 points Completed 12/11/16
Collect 1000 points Completed 12/30/16
5. Get a story featured
Become awesome Completed at birth.
7. Get first, second, third or fourth in a contest
Have my username bold and red 3 times Completed 2/26/17
9. Collect 2100 points
10. Be the first to get 300 commendations
11. Receive 3 of the personal trophies
If you want to PM me go ahead, we could build a doomsday device, or I could tell you the exact date of your death... Or, you know, we could just be friends.
Anyways, be sure to check out my stories if you want to...
"He has the most commendations, like it or not he is kind of a big deal." -Mizal
"MinnieKing, you showed up at the site as a failure who I personally though was beyond redemption, but in six months you managed to publish eight games, more than most of the site have done in their entire time here. Certainly more than that dumb bitch Mizal, that's for sure. The fact that you continue to write, as well as your kindness and friendliness shown to everyone on the site is without a doubt the reason you have won so many peoples hearts." -Steve24833
"MinnieKing is a new member but a fantastically prolific writer with the courage to write and publish his stories and accept the inevitable mix of praise and criticism that invariably follows publishing (sometimes at the hands of critics who have never published a story themselves)." -Will11
"I like him :D" -ZagHero
"Caramel angels x3" -Seto
I have received pats on the back from:
People I still want to give me a pat on the back:
Your life is definitely going downhill... The bullies at school are getting meaner and meaner, your friends are all chasing after girls, and you can't even think straight woth your teachers yelling at you for having C's. Your wise math teacher helps you break out of your funk...
You're a normal kid at a normal school... But when a strange man shows up telling you you're the only one who can save the future, a few changes will take place.
What lengths will you go to to get your truck back after a con artist drives off with it?
(Note: Yes I know this story is short, but I still worked hard on it. I hope you enjoy!)
As a knight, you were always trained to fight, protect, and serve. But what will happen when you screw up and must escape the dungeon?
(WARNING: I strongly advise you to check everything in this story, as there are a lot of items you need to win. Seriously, if you miss one important item you could lose the whole thing. Good luck!)
The other contest entries put this one to shame, but here it goes.
They've decided to attempt to send a spacecraft to a strange object that has appeared in the solar system, but something unexpected happens.
In this storygame, there are a lot more ways to die then survive. Try to not die!
An entry for Buckys January Survival contest.
The story of how a young boy befriended a pirates discarded parrot, and how they grew up together.
It was a normal day on CYOA (Choose Your Own Adventure), when suddenly, aliens began inhaling all the text from the site! Can you stop the invasion!?
Small Update: Added Ford, Tim36D, and TCount parodies.
The river Phlegethon, also known as the river of fire is located in the Underworld itself, and its liquid fire burns all it touches... and you must avoid it.
This storygame isn't very long, but theres a good amount of reading and branching. Technically, you can't really lose, but you can get a bad ending. That could count as losing if you want.
There are 13 endings, 5 bad, 3 good, 5 neutral. Good luck.
Recent PostsHELP i need some tips so i can make a good story on 7/24/2017 8:32:21 PM
Step 1) Use proper grammar and spelling.
Look, writing a masterpiece takes a really long time. It requires a lot of time and solid effort, you can't just slap down a few sentences and hit the publish button. That's not how writing a storygame works.
So here's a list of all the things that I believe a masterpiece would require.
First of all, as I already mentioned, proper grammar and spelling. If you have a lot of words spelled wrong and incorrect grammar, that will negatively effect your ratings. It's very unprofessional to have spelling errors in large quantites, because it's a sign you didn't proofread, and if you did you obviously didn't look very hard.
Second, you need a good length. It doesn't have to be a million words, but it can't just be a few nicely written sentences. You need to have a lot of detail, branching, a good number of words in general, etc.
Third, you need to have a good, detailed, fleshed out setting. A bad setting can negatively effect the tone. For example:
Bad setting: A forest.
Good setting: A large forest with healthy, tall trees and a large amount of wildlife and plants. The forest also has many rivers flowing through it, which supplies a good source of water for all the animals.
Bad setting: A cave.
Good setting: A cave that's been explored by many people throughout its many years of existance. It houses many bats and sometimes acts as a hibernation spot for bears. There's a lot of gemstones deep in the cave, but it's dangerous to try to find them due to all the jagged stones and unexplored secrets.
Fourth, you need emotion. Your characters can't just be talking puppets, they need to feel things. Joy. Sadness. Fear. Loneliness. Hatred. Anger. Relief. Grief. If you don't mention any emotion felt by the characters, they feel stale and boring.
Fifth, you'll definitely need a good amount of character development. Like I said, your characters can get stale. To avoid having generic, cliche, boring characters, develop their personalities throughout the storygame. Make them different, unique, give us a reason to care about the characters.
Sixth, you want to get a good idea of what you're writing about. I've been using a method Mizal mentioned a while back, I force myself to write 1000 words every day until something clicks. Make sure you enjoy what you're writing about, don't make yourself write something you don't want to write.
And seventh, you'll want to be realistic with your storygames. Sure, you can have a Fantasy Storygame with goblins and dragons and whatnot, but don't be completely unrealistic. There's a thing called "lolrandom humor," which is where you have completely illogical humor as an excuse to make a lazy storygame.
Lastly, don't rush. Make a storygame you can be proud of. I hope this helped, if you need any more tips or advice on writing feel free to PM me or check out some of the articles.
heya! on 7/24/2017 5:20:42 PM
Welcome, hope you enjoy your time here. Make sure to check out the articles for advice on writing if you plan on creating a storygame, or you can get advice in the Writing Workshop.
Pyre on 7/24/2017 4:11:37 PM
I plan to buy it, but i'm not sure it would appeal to me much.
Hello! on 7/23/2017 11:06:10 PM
Welcome to the site.
Hello! Your next line is... on 7/23/2017 9:45:39 PM
There was Forum Games, but those are gone now. If you wish to rp, I recommend you go on a roleplaying discord or website or something.
Repressed Memories on 7/23/2017 8:25:15 PM
Repressed Memories on 7/23/2017 7:20:00 PM
Well it's not like I already published it or anything.
Repressed Memories on 7/23/2017 7:18:40 PM
Repressed Memories on 7/23/2017 7:14:07 PM
He's not gone, he just posted about the same time as you posted this.
And for your information I happen to have been working on my current story for the last few days and it's coming along nicely. I'm almost to ten thousand words.
Repressed Memories on 7/23/2017 7:10:45 PM
I don't mind it enough to do that, since it doesn't mean much. Neither does your opinion when your argument skills consist of saying "no u," and using the same line again and again with more sarcasm.