Romulus, The Expert Scrivener
Just an ordinary student from the deep southern depths of the Netherlands. Can't really think of anything worthwhile to write on this page to be honest. Also, don't hold your breath for any new stuff from me, as I'm a terrible procrastinator.
I'm always happy to help out with stuff though, and I've been around for quite some time, just send me a message.
Oh, and since you've got time to read my profile page, I'd also advise reading (and rating/commenting on) one of my stories...
A great war is about to erupt, the greatest the world has ever seen since the Trojan war. As the Greek city states are about to be engulfed in civil war, one man has to undertake a great journey. A dangerous road lies ahead, but you must take it, for the odyssey of one will decide the fate of many. This story is loosely based on the famous Greek epic: the Odyssey, by Homer.
Note that this is more of a story than a game. Depending on your choices, it can be either pretty long, or very short.
The people of Azrya live in fear. An evil group of wizards, that call themselves The Black Veil, hold the country in an iron grip. Their leader: Sarces, singlehandedly killed the previous king and his royal guards. When all hope is lost, a small light appears in the darkness. A hero is born ...
I know that this isn't a masterpiece, but this just my first story and I'm not a native speaker of English so advice or comments are welcomed.
The sequel to my first quiz. Welcome back to the Big Little History Quiz! After ending at the Middle Ages last time, we now focus on the time between approximately the 14th and 16th century in a few, short questions.
In this instalment, I've added a wildcard system, that let's you continue after a wrong answer, and a scoring system. Though I guess you'll notice when you get a question wrong, 850 means you have answered everything correctly. You can view your score after you comment ;)
A little girl falls asleep on Christmas Eve, and wakes up in a town filled with wonder. But as she explores her dream world, she slowly discovers she is not alone. An unspeakable evil is on her trail, and the weather is turning cold.
This is my ballad entry for Bucky's 2017 December Contest.
Welcome to the Big Little History Quiz, the best quiz about history from all over the world! This first part mainly focuses on ancient history of European and Middle-Eastern civilization, but later parts will discuss later historical era's and other parts of the world.
Edited 17-07, added some more historical info and corrected some spelling errors.
Inspired by the famous poem by Edgar Allan Poe, 'The Raven' tells the sad and dreadful tale of a man torn apart by his love for his lost love. However, the past does not rest easily and the arrival of a shadowy messenger unlocks memories the heart desperately tries to forget.
The fate of a nation lies on your shoulders. You have infiltrated the royal palace of Arkhendale to recover the most priceless object in the realm. After fighting your way to the treasury, you are but five locks away from your prize. However, time is short as guards are coming your way. Will you be able to solve the puzzle in time?
I made this short game as a test of a puzzle type that I might implement in a future game. It also functions as a teaser of a story that I'm thinking of writing.
It's the middle of the 19th century: Napoleon is rotting in his tomb, industrialisation is speeding up, and the Great Powers of Europe are scrambling to colonise the furthest reaches of the Earth. In the far East, on the tropical islands of Southeast Asia, tales are emerging of immense riches: temples to deities long forgotten, filled to the brim with treasure. It only takes the conquest of the untamed jungle for any dedicated adventurer to earn wealth and fame for all eternity.
When titans clash, humanity suffers. As criminals and vigilantes fight out their war to end all wars, the city they fight over is turned to complete devastation. Thousands lose their lives, while those that survive try desperately to find a safe haven elsewhere, or find shelter amidst the ruins.
When the line between heroes and villains starts to blur, it's time for the refugees themselves to try and take action.
"Dear Watson, you do not really believe in ghosts, do you? No, I believe that we are dealing with a mere mortal man."
When the jewels of the dowager Duchess Marbrough go missing and mysterious deaths shake up the town of Brightmore, Holmes and Watson are called in to crack their hardest case yet.
"...A huge, grey monolith, towering above the run-down tenements arrayed in a circle around it. Its smooth surface broken only by a thousand mirrored windows, giving it the impression of being a restless giant. Never was one certain if he was being watched. Even within the 'privacy' of one's home, one could feel the eyes of the Party prying into them, looking for the slightest hint of deviancy."
Welcome to Whynaere, the marvel of the modern world. A society under the watchful eyes of the Party, where crime is non-existent, and the people prosper. Follow John Blair, as he delves beneath the surface of this so-called utopia. Would you sacrifice the safe status-quo, for the promise of freedom? Risk breaking down the pillars of society, to pursue a dream for a better future? For when the day is done, what is freedom compared to security?
Recent PostsTaking vacations alone (sometimes) on 2/14/2018 4:25:53 AM
North Africa's also quite nice, if you skip Libya. Egypt and Tunisia, for example, are a popular destination for people who want sun and beaches, but don't want to pay too much for them. And then there's the whole cultural heritage stuff and the like.
Taking vacations alone (sometimes) on 2/13/2018 3:24:40 PM
Actually quite doable, I know some people who went there on holiday. It's quite a nice country, and the recent protests have been violently suppressed, so it's perfectly safe.
Oh, but you're all from the Great Satan of course, that might be an issue...
Another class project on 2/10/2018 11:01:11 AM
Maybe include this article in the CYS welcome message in the future, with a heading like 'if you would like to use Chooseyourstory.com for a class project, please read the following information'? It might help prevent a situation like this in the future.
Games are unpublishing themselves. on 2/1/2018 4:25:04 AM
A valuable addition to a thread that's more than a week old.
General Age of CYS Users on 1/28/2018 8:18:03 AM
I actually was in that age range back when I first joined the site. God I'm getting old.
Help on 1/27/2018 1:22:44 PM
Am on mobile, so can't test it, but doesn't shift+enter work?
Games are unpublishing themselves. on 1/23/2018 7:52:24 PM
Though, if you really want to rework your previously published stories, you could just copy and paste them into a new one and continue on from there. But be sure to really thouroughly improve them. Don't just re-publish your old ones, cause that will come back to bite you in the ass.
December Contest Results on 1/22/2018 7:33:52 PM
Democrats Force Government Shutdown on 1/20/2018 6:17:14 AM
Ah yes, just like they managed to rally their members with the tax bill, the bill to repeal Obamacare, etc. I, for one, find it funny that a party which controls all branches of government still manages to fail so miserably on all fronts.
Speaking of unreasonable demands, the Republicans could then also have prevented the shutdown by removing their multi-billion dollar demand for their border wall. As a matter of fact, talks about both, between Trump and Schumer/Pelosi had occasionally been promising. However, the president himself didn't even seem to grasp his own party's policy, as any agreements made had to be turned back under Republican criticism. An example would for example also be the temporary extension of the extension that would have prevented this whole shutdown in the first place.
Democrats Force Government Shutdown on 1/20/2018 4:07:13 AM
Technically speaking, if you're just talking about who voted against the bill, you should also include the Republican dissidents in your title. Having said that, the shutdown is as much the fault of the Republicans as it is of the Democrats. The spending bill has always been a negotiation between the two parties, and neither side has come with a solution both of them could live with. Saying the Democrats forced the government shutdown would imply that they're solely responsible for the fact that a lot of government programmes now go without funding, and a lot of government officials without salary.