TheBossWriter, The Wordsmith
<iframe width="100%" height="394" src="https://musescore.com/user/12635371/scores/3616161/embed" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe><span><a href="https://musescore.com/user/12635371/scores/3616161">Tranquility</a> by <a href="https://musescore.com/user/12635371">MusicMakerMan3</a></span>
The ancient dwarf stronghold of Thragnazil has existed as long as the race has lived on Bordevar. It has never been conquered, and the same line has ruled for all of the thousands of years it has existed. But a powerful force seeks to take over all of Bordevar, and Thragnazil is their target. Play as the Royal General of Thragnazil, and lead the army to victory and salvation.
There are many legends about the northern city of Norgurune. It was created during a rebellion in the early 900s. The leaders, Vronar Coldslayer and Bortusken Thunderbeard, dueled to determine who would rule the new kingdom of Farnorth. The winner was Vronar, but Bortusken cursed Vronar before he was slain.
You, Vingrad Coldslayer, king of Farnorth, have been experiencing terrible nightmares of undead abominations and unholy monsters. Your people's children have been disappearing during the night. You must solve the prophecy given to you by the ghost of your ancestor Vronar and save your kingdom from the curse of Norgurune.
Made for the 2016 Riddles and Puzzles Contest.
EDIT: I fixed the two mistakes that I heard about the most (not being able to grab Koinvadrel and the unfinished page near the beginning). If you rated it badly because of that, rejoice! The mistakes have been fixed.
You awaken in ancient tunnels far underground, with nothing but your rusty sword, your compass, and an unlit torch. Now you must escape by any means necessary.
Please leave any mistakes (grammatical, spelling, or with destinations or dead ends) in the comments so I can fix it. This is my first published storygame.
For years, the fabled Keepers of the Eye have remained hidden from the rest of the world. But the Black Dragon Alliance has found them, and they want the Eye of Withros.
In a world that has fallen to dark monsters of wicked cruelty, one man seeks to redeem himself for the crimes of his past.
Recent PostsMy Music on 4/14/2017 11:33:15 PM
Check that thing out.
Presidential Debates on 10/19/2016 8:51:30 PM
I'm not old enough to vote, but I hope Trump wins because of
- Gun rights
- Banning or minimizing abortion
- Hillary Clinton is a bit too corrupt in my opinion
Presidential Debates on 10/19/2016 8:46:42 PM
Canada's healthcare is not as good as everyone says it is.
Presidential Debates on 10/2/2016 1:16:00 AM
Orlando Nightclub Shooting on 6/13/2016 3:44:16 PM
Some though was about to rob an old man and got shot by the old man (the police found this funny). A gunman broke into someone's house and was shot dead by the people living there (they weren't charged). Etc. But these are private situations, not big, pubic ones.
StoryGame Contest- Riddles & Puzzles 2016 on 3/1/2016 12:58:26 PM
I finished this a few days ago, but I just noticed this now.
The Curse of Norgurune - Riddles and Puzzles 2016 on 3/1/2016 12:51:24 PM
I fixed both of those things.
The Curse of Norgurune Walkthrough on 3/1/2016 11:00:39 AM
I doubt that you will need this to win, as my 2 puzzles are extremely easy.
The first puzzle is deciphering the anagram. If you have the book Northman Artifacts, you can use it to solve it (under the pretense that you read the book.
The second puzzle is a riddle that you hear at Bortusken's tomb.
The rungs of a ten foot ladder on a floating ship are spaced one foot apart. If water is rising at the rate of one foot per hour, how many hours will it take until the ladder is underwater?
Never, because the ship is floating.
There you go.
A World Destroyed - Zombie Apocalypse Storygame on 2/29/2016 1:02:10 PM
I have a co-author now.
A World Destroyed - Zombie Apocalypse Storygame on 2/28/2016 7:42:10 PM
After finishing work on The Curse of Norgurune, I have started working on a game called A World Destroyed (the name might change, as I don't really like that one very much). It is about a zombie apocalypse. You make choices to try and survive with your family and anyone who joins your group. I am currently planning on making eight major branches, with multiple choices in each. It takes place in the town of Twin Rivers, Washington, which is split in the middle by the Greywash River. The Greywash Bridge at the center of town is the only way (other than by boat) in which it can be crossed.
I am going to try to make a lot of choices, and this may take a long time to complete. I currently have only started two branches.
So, does anybody have suggestions on what they would like to see in a zombie apocalypse storygame?
EDIT: Does anyone want to be a co-author? I don't think I will finish this on my own, I usually give up on storygames after a while.