Tim36D, The Contributor

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3/26/2017 3:42 AM

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Tim Thomas in:

Indiana Jones and the Search for the Secret Sarcophagus

Yeah, that's done now.



I'm not good at writing things. Don't judge me.

Why did I come to this lovely community then, you ask?

'Cause I felt like it.

Currently Co-author....ing.... a storygame.

....Co-writing would've been better to put there, what am I thinking?



"Whoever isn't on the right side is on the left side, and whoever is on the left side is on the wrong side." -Me

"CYS depends on a lot of things and a lot of people. We're all responsible for the environment of this place and keeping it running, just in different capacities ... so yes. It does depend on me, and on Alexp, Seth, 3J, and on Berka, and on you, and on everyone who posts here, everyone who creates stories that draw in new readers and writers... perhaps I've always taken this sort of thing a little too seriously, but I love this place and writing. I am encouraged to participate by seeing what you guys can create and the fun moments I've had here on the forums. Therefore, I'm depending on all of you, too." -Kiel_Farren

Shoot me a PM anytime you need help with something.

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Daemon Spirits

For once, this is going to be a serious game.

You play as a knight from the unknown reaches of the Ladius Kingdom. An expendable, you've been tasked by the king to delve into the most dangerous of areas: The Final Dungeon. Aptly named, as nobody who's ever ventured in made it out alive.

But inside... there's said to be an object of great power. Too great for mortal man. Some say it's  a medicine that can cure any illness. Others say it's a sword that can slay gods. All agree that it can warp history itself.

You have one objective:

Find the Macguffin.

Do NOT hit the restart button.

Recent Posts

SAMURAI JACK IS BACK BACK BACK on 3/26/2017 3:15:40 AM


... I will not have to start the recruitment... :')

Top 11 Games that Stimulate Adventurous Wonderment on 3/23/2017 7:35:59 PM

Well, all I know about Morrowind is the Skyrim DLC, so I can't really say anything about it. But from what I've seen, the landscape looks pretty basic. Volcano island with some castles and demonic cults. Pretty cool altogether.

But Fallout... I mean, sure, it all looks familiar ("FamousLandmarks") if a bit futuristic, but you can't say that it doesn't just make you want to explore absolutely everything. Especially with Wild Wasteland.

I mean, town run entirely by super mutants, A Vault filled with raiders/plants/interesting lore in general, A casino that eats people, et cetera.

And the DLC's, too. Zion looks amazing, as does the Divide but in a more tragic way. You never know what to expect from the Big MT. And as much as I dislike Dead Money, the Sierra Madre is very surprising and eye opening.

And if not NV, then 1 or 2. Exploration is literally the only way to get around.

Top 11 Games that Stimulate Adventurous Wonderment on 3/23/2017 7:08:46 PM

Top 11 Games that Stimulate Adventurous Wonderment on 3/23/2017 3:11:17 PM

Can Fallout: New Vegas be #3?

For CYStia - A Drawing 2: Electric Boogaloo on 3/16/2017 4:22:45 AM

Nice items, Zag.

SAMURAI JACK IS BACK BACK BACK on 3/16/2017 4:20:02 AM

Chris already mentioned this a while ago.

Speaking of:




Prank Called.... I think on 3/13/2017 3:08:52 AM

Hey, Zag, is your refrigerator running?

Another year passes. on 3/1/2017 7:54:11 PM

That was a birthday thread?

I thought that was just you being Señor Edge.

EndMaster’s Edgelord Contest on 2/28/2017 11:59:47 PM


Just empty and unfulfilled.

EndMaster’s Edgelord Contest on 2/28/2017 11:52:02 PM