Shadowdrake27, The Reader
Wow a blank page with the topic of “me.” A normal person would have this full of exciting things about them self. Me? I would rather you read my work and form your own opinion about me. Unfortunately I am a perfectionist with a job, family, and life... so my writing may come out slowly. Therefore, I will call myself a mystery. I act like I am 12, but am at least double that in age. I have been coming to CYS to read awesome stories for awhile. I am currently using it as a medium to plop down all the stories that have been in my mind with no where to go. Read them at your own discretion, or don’t. I will have fun putting them out there regardless. Feel free to message me with questions, or just to talk, I like both bouncing ideas off people and chatting. I just might not answer right away if I am trapped in the real world at the moment.
*disclaimer: I am not a grammar freak! That may show up in my writing and my reviews! Please comment if a story has such bad grammar that it takes away from the story! I am working on improving in this area. Of course if I misuse one semi colon in a 200 page story, I am going to secretly judge you for leaving that comment! But I respond well to criticism usually so it will be okay.*
Clearstone was a peaceful place where a man could forage his own path in life, but that was before Mad Dog Roberts took it over. Now Clearstone is owned by the Roberts Mining Co. and the people are little more than cogs in Roberts golden machine. This traveling cowboy isn't a part of that machine, and he isn't about to leave without a fight.
A suspense/horror story. It is about a cabin you inherited from your creepiest uncle (yeah you know the one). There are two possible endings. Good luck.
Tips: Use the link at the end to go back to the beginning, even if you die you can continue to play. Hit "Drive to cottage" after each play through and look for the room that changed. You will face a choice in that room that will decide if you live or die, again.
Todd, a master of dark magic in a world that forbids it, has a chance to prove that dark magic can be used for good; unless he becomes the dark lord that everyone fears. Will Todd become a hero, or is he destined to be the villain?
More of a story with multiple outcomes than a game.
There are no right or wrong answers, although you have the option of getting yourself killed many times, and choices matter.
## unique complete endings are available.
On the first page there is a link to background information on the world and how it is structured. This link is for people that like to have the basic understanding and context that the main character has at the start. It is completely optional.
Recent PostsDefeat my Students! on 9/20/2019 11:49:12 AM
Well you never know, I know a person in real life that did something similar because the school said she couldn’t bring her dog to class. She argued that since she got stressed out in class the school had to let her bring an emotional support animal. I do not think it worked as well as she thought it would...
Defeat my Students! on 9/19/2019 9:15:22 PM
As a professional, I feel that would be a poor choice. Knowing students, one will complain to the dean of the school: arguing that their loss caused emotional impairment. The law suit would be too much to handle.
Defeat my Students! on 9/19/2019 8:43:55 PM
If this test was done with alphabet soup I would have done better! I am very food motivated.
Good to know your daughters will also be amazing writers.
Defeat my Students! on 9/19/2019 8:12:41 PM
I am also excited for these Professor!
Defeat my Students! on 9/19/2019 3:55:02 PM
Yeah what a loser!
*covers face with hands and cries*
Defeat my Students! on 9/19/2019 2:54:45 PM
That explains it, grammar did not exist when I was in college.
After I graduated I got a job in a technical writing position (engineering documents), and found out the hard way that grammar was real.
Defeat my Students! on 9/19/2019 2:52:19 PM
It is fair, if you actually know the subject matter recognizing a correct sentence is part of that.
Defeat my Students! on 9/19/2019 2:51:06 PM
Ahh this reminds me of my actual grammar skills before I met Gower.
Not that I have imporved much...
Defeat my Students! on 9/19/2019 2:48:21 PM
A dangerous assumption, I just, put, commas, everywhere, for this, test.
Defeat my Students! on 9/19/2019 2:46:50 PM
I have been defeated, and shall cry in a corner for the remainder of my internet life.