Reverencia, The Master Scrivener
...So, yeah. Still lurking, still working on stories.
Currently working on:
Of Cold Hands and Sour Fruit
A Stroke of Cataclysm
And on the backburner:
The Volatile Passage
Interlace - Ivy
Not much else to comment on.
Kind of backtracking here, but here are some story games that I've personally found very interesting/entertaining:
- How To Play A Game
- Death Song
- Ground Zero
- Tower of Riddles
- The Price of Freedom: Innocence Lost
- A Game of Life and Death
- The Apprentice King
- Project Origin: The Unraveling (part 1)
- Project Origin: Atrophy (Part 2)
- The Flame
- Hellgirl: The Shattered Mirror
- The Court
- The Free Hand
- Torch (an Unfinished Experiment)
- The Blackwood Chronicles
- Ghost: A Wandering Soul
- The Firebird
- Adventures With Raven
- Will You Be My Valentine?
- The Ocean's Daughter
- The Vampire Hunter
- 25 to Life
- The Mall
- Mutiny On Board the Bounty
- Warlords: Strategic Conquest
- To Make a Sandwich
- Evolve (1.2)
- The Secret of Daphne
- 331 Oakmount Drive
- The King's Logic Puzzle
- Dungeon Stompage!
- Postie Rips It Up
- Cryogenic Failure
- Footink: Fantasy Cave City
- The Multiverse Chalkboard
- Stranded: On Familiar Shores
- The Land of Bad Writing
Some poor kid is encouraged(?) to go on an adventure(?) to a local mountain because of dead parents, unfriendly neighbors, dusty tomes, burnt-down towns, too many unanswered questions and a general mayhem that has shaken the entire continent to its very core. There are a lot of horrifying things taking place, and no one really wants to examine anything too closely. It can only get worse from here.
...Also, that voice(?) in her head never seems to shut up, does it?
Why not give it a visit?
Or asgdhdjhgfkjlh murder-friendship galore.
A side story to my main series, Interlace.
You don't know what you have until it's gone. What are you willing to do to get it back?
Or in the end, are you willing to abandon what took it's place?
....And yada yada yada. I'll improve on this later.. >_>
For the 2017 Chaos Contest
Strange occurrences have taken ahold of the continent, along with a ‘sickness’ that younger generations appeared to be the most susceptible to. There is no known cure. Labels were quickly put on things that couldn’t be understood.
The diseased. The cursed. The monsters. The general consensus was that they all needed to die. You’ve managed to escape with your life, only to find yourself hiding within the empty husk of a dead city.
Welcome to Levannai.
Recent PostsChaos Contest on 3/9/2017 1:48:33 PM
I'll join in at 125 points.
YouTube is not a happy place. on 2/19/2016 3:52:44 PM
YouTube Red is complete and utter shit. Just looked up Nerd3's talk about it and it only reinforces my thoughts on it.
YouTube is not a happy place. on 2/19/2016 3:40:47 PM
PewDiePie is successful to the point where he wouldn't be effected. He isn't someone that comes to mind for helping in this.
YouTube is not a happy place. on 2/18/2016 7:03:15 PM
Not much, I guess. There won't be any huge changes until more of the bigger YouTubers kick up a fuss about it.
YouTube is not a happy place. on 2/18/2016 5:03:20 PM
It just feels like things will get progressively worse if nothing is done, no matter what precautions are taken when putting up a video. :/
YouTube is not a happy place. on 2/18/2016 4:10:45 PM
Hey guys. How's it going?
So, a lot of YouTubers had been bringing this up. About Hollywood being a bunch of greedy assholes(nothing new there), about the abuse of unfair copyright laws, how channels like IHateEverything have been taken down for really sketchy and tedious reasons, how Doug Walker (Nostalgia Critic) from Channel Awesome and many others have been having issues with the system in place and talking about #WTFU, as well as that fiasco with the FineBros channel's attempt to copyright the word 'react'. Personally, I'm pretty upset to see the Pokemon Reorchestrated channel being taking down just a few days ago due to YouTube's weird copyright policies.
There's definitely a lot more going on about this than what I myself have heard about, and I'm not going to pretend that I know how all of the legal concerns come into play, but its worrying all the same to see.
Here are a few links about it:
I know that it's been a long time since I've talked about anything on here, but I just wanted to spread the word and hear what everyone's opinion is on the issue.
Should I or should I not? on 8/8/2014 11:53:58 PM
XD Yeah, that too. Whichever you prefer.
Should I or should I not? on 8/8/2014 11:25:05 PM
D: That sucks. If you do decide to write the story, save what you write on a word document. You know, just in case. Either way its good for jotting down ideas if you aren't sure what to do next.
Should I or should I not? on 8/8/2014 11:09:45 PM
Well, as you've already said above, you can improve grammar and spelling mistakes that you might've made. And you could always add small, subtle interactions between the main and side characters / add more to the lonely atmosphere that a "wandering soul" would have. Ambiguity would work well too. Personally, that's what I would enjoy. :P You can always ask people for advice once you've written a decent amount. Hopefully you've got a back-up of what you wrote before?
Should I or should I not? on 8/8/2014 10:19:41 PM
I didn't even realize it was unpublished. Seriously, when did that happen? D: .... But yeah, the game did stand out to me and I liked the concept. If you think you can improve what you already had, then by all means go for it.