Mystic_Warrior, The Wordsmith
I've gone a long time avoiding the task of filling this in with an actual introduction, but here it is. I'm trying to think of some witty line or some eloquent words of wisdom, but nothing comes to mind and I might as well get on with this. My CYS name is Mystic Warrior, so feel free to call me Myst or any other variation of my name you prefer. There's nothing much you really need to know about me apart from that.
I'm currently a student in high school, and working on a few storygames that may or may not be published in the near future depending on what direction my life takes. So far, I've written two storygames: Dreamtruder and Breaker. I would appreciate it if you could take the time to look through it (since you're looking through my profile, I can assume that you're either procrastinating or have nothing better to do. If it's the former, there's no harm in escaping the troubles and expectations of life through a story, and if it's the latter, you have no excuse).
Feel free to message me if you want to talk. I might not always reply immediately, but I'll eventually get back to you.
Wondering why this profile page seems so blank? It is because it is currently in the process of being written. So hop along, and go read a different profile.
Beneath the seas, hidden from the Ones Above, our society goes about our normal, routinely lives. I cannot help but feel bored with all that is going on, until I find the letter. A letter that sends me on a journey to deliver a magical item to the group of people that have been villainized over the years, the letter that challenges everything I thought I knew. But which side is on the side of good? How can I break out of the only world I have ever known? Should I join the heroic villains or the villanous hero? I have finally gotten the adventure I always needed, but not exactly the one I wanted.
Note: This game was created for Camelon's break contest. During the part where a specialist is assigned to the breakers, there are three different paths (Lawbreaker, Breaker of People and Breaker and Enterer). Due to time constraints, for those who would like to know, Breaker of People is the longest path, followed by Lawbreaker and Breaker and Enterer, but aside from the epilogues, it all leads to the same chapter 5. As before, feel free to comment or message me if you encounter any issues or problems that I should fix.
"The delicate balance between the dream world and the real world is disrupted. You intruded and messed up the dream of an innocent. By talking about this with an Unknowing, the possibility of the dreamstage being unveiled is now greater than ever. The Jury has made a decision - we have no choice but to send you to The Jungle..."
Life was hard, balancing work and relaxation. Then the nightmares came, and all I ever wanted was to be free of them. Yet, I never accounted for this - finding out the truth about the dream world, exploring the vast plane of the imagination...only to be whisked away to the longest nightmare ever.
Think a jungle's bad? Try a fictional jungle, where literally anything can happen, and the most creative minds have conspired to give you a hard time.
Note: This game was created for Mizal's 'Welcome to the Jungle' contest. There are several epilogues, and while the main one is the normal Dreamtruder path, others include Dream director, Dreamcaster, Dreamediator, and Dreamhero. Fancy a challenge? Try completing the Jungle challenge without picking up any dreampowers - it's possible, but requires a bit of thinking and planning ahead. Also, for some items, click the 'use' button as a link would not be provided (if this is the case, it would be specified in the object description)
Since this would be my first published storygame, I am still relatively new to this. Feel free to message me or spam the comments if you encounter any issues, have any suggestions for improvement, or just have something you want to say.
Recent Postsanyone wanna collab? on 9/25/2020 2:02:19 AM
Halloween Writing Jam on 9/16/2020 4:16:17 AM
Assuming you are using the RTE (Rich text editor), a trick that has helped me is to hold down the shift button when you click enter to start a new paragraph. It might look strange when you're editing the storygame to see the paragraphs clustered together, but this would give you more control over the spacing and remove the double spaces.
Halloween Writing Jam on 9/13/2020 11:27:52 PM
I have an idea for a storygame, but progress has been slow so I have no idea if I'll be able to complete it in the end (especially since I'm having more exams now than there used to be and it's harder to allocate time for writing).
Collecting all Artists on 9/3/2020 10:00:33 PM
#23 - Let's Make a Story Redux on 8/31/2020 11:11:11 PM
Valerie gasped, and almost as if she was in a trance, she feverishly muttered, "He's here now, Hakkan, don't turn around."
#12 - Let's Make a Story Redux on 8/27/2020 3:44:11 AM
He allowed the currents to pull him to the depths of the River, and no longer in immediate danger, he looked around at his surroundings for the first time.
And the Winners are.... on 8/25/2020 8:33:21 PM
Well done, everyone! Congratulations, Bill! Thanks for running this contest and thank you to everyone who made it possible, including the judges and the competitors. It was a great experience.
Hello on 8/20/2020 2:15:29 AM
Break! (The Contest) on 8/16/2020 11:37:06 PM
There are actually three people now...unless the contest has already ended? I'm not the best with all this time difference thing. Did I submit it on time?
Break! (The Contest) on 8/16/2020 11:24:44 PM
That was stressful, but my story is finally complete: http://chooseyourstory.com/story/breaker