You know the story and have probably seen the film; now you can experience what the disaster was really like for those who were there.
Authors Note: This story is about 90% historically accurate, every event and spoken word occurred in identical or similar form, though to prevent this becoming a comedy I had to change some of the speech (things like "I say old man, that is frightfully sporting" has become "That is very decent of you"Â). On the bright side you should not find Jack and Rose running around in this story :)
It is 1933 and America is in its fourth year of Depression. There is widespread anger at the banks and at the forces of justice. Against this backdrop the charismatic and carefree John Dillinger has emerged to lead a gang of hardened bank robbers and killers in challenging the American Government and the newly-formed FBI. You are one of his gang who rob the wealthiest banks in the country to buy the best life has to offer. The forces of justice will relentlessly pursue you and it is only by surviving deadly gunfights and high-speed chases that you will be able to stay ahead of them...
Author's Note: Though the next story in this series should be Butch Cassidy's Hole in the Wall Gang I decided to skip forward a bit and write about a smaller group operating in a different time than my previous two stories which were set in the Old West. Dillinger was one of the closest examples of a Robin Hood type criminal that America has yet produced and I hope the reader enjoys reading the story as much as I enjoyed writing it.
Jesse James was a lad that killed many a man / he robbed the Glendale train / he stole from the rich and he gave to the poor / he had a hand and a heart and a brain.
It was on a Saturday night and the moon was shining bright / they robbed the Glendale train / and people did say over many miles away / it was those outlaws Frank and Jesse James!
Now the people held their breath when they heard of Jesse's death / and wondered how he'd ever come to fall / Robert Ford, it was a fact, he shot Jesse in the back / While Jesse hung a picture on the wall...
In this story your name is Bill Grey and you are an outlaw, one of a desperate gang who have chosen to live outside the law. By robbing Yankee banks you can make more money in one day than you could make in ten years of work but at the cost that thousands of lawmen and law-abiding citizens everywhere will hunt you relentlessly, not stopping until you are brought to justice Dead or Alive! By surviving deadly gunfights and eluding pursuit with the help of your fellow outlaws your objective is to escape with your ill-gotten gains and live a life of luxury!
Author's Note: This is a little gift to the site to make up for the fact that The CYS Challenge isn't even a quarter finished yet and Magellan 5 is still in the planning stage. As always with my Edutainment stories it's about 90% true but events have been edited or simplified to make the story flow more easily and be more enjoyable. Incidentally my personal feelings about Jesse James and his companions is that history has been incredibly kind to men who shot defenseless people, stole the money of their countrymen and kept it all for themselves but the things he and others like Billy the Kid, John Dillinger et al did are so remarkable it's hard to keep from admiring their pure nerve :)
They were dueling Doolin-Dalton / High or low it was the same / Easy money and faithless women / Red eye whiskey for the pain.
Go down Bill Dalton, it must be God's will / Two brothers lying dead in Coffeyville / Two voices call you from where they stood / Lay down your law books now, they're no damn good.
Better keep on moving Doolin-Dalton / Till your shadow sets you free / If you're fast and if you're lucky / you will never see that hanging tree.
With a pistol in each hand, your horse's hooves drumming beneath you, the incessant bangs and whizzes of gunshots all around you, the shouts of angry men and the screams of the injured and dying ringing in your ears you roam the towns, plains and wilderness of the American Old West with your fellow outlaws: the daring Dalton boys, the King of the Oklahoma Outlaws Bill Doolin and all the other members of The Wild Bunch. Your mission is to get rich or die trying and if you are very clever and very lucky you might just live to enjoy your ill-gotten gains; if not... a weather-beaten cross in a dusty cemetery and your rusting pistol in a 21st century museum next to an old black and white photo of a bullet-riddled body will be your fate!
Author's Note: Following the (for me) surprisingly positive feedback on The James Gang I've decided to write the next story I had planned in that series, putting The CYS Challenge and Magellan 5 on hold for now. With a new cast of larger-than-life characters, more epic gunfights and daring robberies like it's predecessor this is the sort of story too unbelievable for fiction and absolutely incredible for being true! I sincerely hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it :)
In this story game you become a commander from ancient times, leading your brave warriors into the greatest battles in history!
Ranging from Ancient China to Carthage, Greece and Rome this story gives the reader the chance to command in over thirty battles in ten different campaigns to see if their decisions can win glory on the battlefield or merely consign themselves to an anonymous grave! The reader will fight alongside some of history's greatest commanders like Alexander the Great, Pyrrhus of Epirus and Bai Qi, the Human Butcher, in their quest to become the greatest general of them all!
Let the fight begin!
Author's Note: This is the long overdue and far more ambitious sequel The Trojan War, if it proves popular I will follow it with a sequel (or two) based, initially, on the rise and fall of Rome. I hope the reader enjoys the game aspect of this and good luck gaining the highest score possible! The Campaigns are best played in order and I've tried to include a mixture of countries and cultures in the selection of battles but naturally these are just my choices of ones I think might be interesting... :)
In this story game you become a commander from ancient times, leading your brave warriors into the greatest battles of history! Your decisions will determine whether you and your men live or die as you fight with and against the greatest and worst commanders the world has ever known! Let the fight begin!
Author's Note: This is basically a test story-game to see if I can figure out the mechanics of this site well enough to deliver a respectable war simulation...
Can you be the first man to reach the summit of Mount Everest?
Authors Note: My last Edutainment game, I promise! It is Fantasy, Modern Adventure and Puzzles all summer now :D
The first in a new series of stories featuring the teenage amateur detective Susan Knox as the reader's character. Set in open world locations where the reader is free to choose where to look for clues, who to interview, what to ask and where the correct suspect, motive and murder method must be identified within a set time limit, this first story is set on the mysterious and notorious Blacksea Island whose history of insanity and death holds the secret to the unusual death of Knox's best friend...
I hope the reader enjoys my latest story.
Note: This story includes a few cases of naughty words (for example one of these words rhymes with "bunt", "punt" and "hunt" and isn't "runt") so those with delicate sensibilities, easily offended eyes or a nervous disposition should avoid this story to avoid mental distress, disorders or damaging derangements of dangerous and diabolical dimensions.
Finally I estimate this story would take roughly one hour to complete, give or take, and the reader might benefit from making notes or a map of the island, depending how good their memory is :)
Rule 1: Unless your story is at least 100 pages long you shouldn't divide it into parts and pay some attention to choosing the correct Maturity, Difficulty and Tags for your story.
As I happen to be on holiday for the first time in about 900 years I've managed to write a little story game offering some examples I've brainstormed or seen recently in badly-written stories of how not to write. Like it's older cousin, The Land of Bad Writing, this story uses examples of bad writing as a way of showing how not to write and I don't have any one story in mind particularly in writing this, just practitioners of bad writing in general.
I've decided to base this story on Pokemon for no other reason than the fact Fan Fiction requires less creativity than most other styles of writing and because Pokemon reminds me of when I was a little Will11 and I, my ten brothers (all coincidently called Will as well) and my nine sisters (the Wilmas 1 to 9) would gather behind the nuclear waste and anthrax testing facility in the woods outside our little trailer park called Asbetos to trade black market Pokemon cards for Plutonium with a mixture of Gypsies, Elves and the Dutch... basically I'm writing about Pokemon because I'm feeling a little Nostalgic today :D
(Rule 1.5: Don't write lengthy and pointless descriptions offering fake autobiographies to your readers).
"Jack the Ripper is dead / Jack the Ripper is dead / He's lying on his bed / Bleeding through his head / Jack the Ripper is dead" - A Victorian Children's Skipping Rope Song.
Death stalks the fog-shrouded streets of London as prostitutes are killed and mutilated in the darkness of the night... As a Private Detective working alongside Scotland Yard you will be faced with the most challenging adversary of your career, a man who's very name has become a byword for terror: Jack the Ripper. Are you smart enough to catch him?
BEWARE: This game is 200+ pages long and will take about 30-60 minutes to read through. Do not read if operating heavy machinery, juggling chainsaws or entertaining small children.
Author's Note: This story will require some thinking and the reader might want to make notes, though with a bit of cleverness and logic readers should be able to correctly identify the real Ripper. About 95% of the information in this story is historically accurate. Finally as you'd probably guess a story about hunting someone who killed and mutilated prostitutes is not a feel-good family comedy, if you are under 13 I don't recommend that you read this. Certainly do not google "Jack the Ripper victims" if you suffer from nightmares :D
For hundreds of years your people have lived on The Three Islands completely surrounded by a vast impenetrable reef. Scientific advances and large amounts of gunpowder has finally allowed your people to breach this reef in two places, making accessible for the first time a vast unexplored world beyond your country's borders. The ten greatest sea captains of The Three Islands have been summoned by the King to take part in a great race: to be the first to sail around an unexplored world!
You are one of these Captains and an exciting adventure into the unknown awaits you!
Author's Note: My first foray into Fantasy for teenage readers! Inspired by the incredible first voyage around the world by Ferdinand Magellan if this story isn't universally detested it will be the first of a five-part series of adventures! I hope you enjoy it and as always, thank you for taking the time to read the semi-literate scribbles I like to call my writing :)
The Great Reef has been breached and your people are pouring out into a vast new world: a world of opportunities, adventure... and danger.
Explorers and traders establishing new colonies on the islands discovered by you and your fellow sea-farers have come into conflict with warlike and deadly Natives and blood has been shed. In response Queen Anne-Marie has assembled a vast War Fleet to sail out to meet with these Natives and establish land ownership by diplomacy or force. As a member of this great expedition you will travel once more into an unknown and dangerous world in the greatest undertaking in your people's history... do you have what it takes?
Author's Note: This story can be read by itself but useful background information is provided by reading Magellan 1: Race into the Great Unknown first. In an effort to try to respond to the feedback of readers I have specifically tried to create a greater interaction between the strong-willed and unique personalities of you and your fellow Captains and also changed the main character's name from Cleo to Leo to make him more... manly. I hope you enjoy reading this :)
As you country continue to expand beyond the borders of the Great Reef into the largely unknown world of Magellan worrying news arrives: Tobias Cuthrew, the greatest sailor your people have known, has vanished while on a voyage of exploration into the West. Once more your hard-hearted monarch Queen Anne-Marie demands your services, this time to lead an expedition to find your missing comrade. But is there more to this mission that meets the eye?
Author's Note: As always thank you to everyone who takes the time to read my stories and a larger thank you to the CYOA community at large for giving me a reason to write them in the first place :) I have specifically tried to make this story less linear than the last, with four main story branches.
Betrayed by your Queen and hunted by her allies the situation looks bleak for you and your small band of allies. But opposition to tyranny takes many forms and from small beginnings and a few great ideas is it possible you could gain the weapons you need to defeat your enemies while simultaneously protecting your defenseless allies from the vengeance of your foes? Requiring all your ingenuity you are about to embark on the greatest fight of your career!
Author's Note: This fourth installment of the series is a bit longer and more difficult than its predecessors but it ties up quite a few loose threads ready for a big finish in Magellan 5. Thanks for everyone's feedback and support so far! Please be aware teenage readers and those of a low maturity this story is a bit more X Rated than earlier stories in the series as the relationship between Leo and Naomi is... improving :). Homophobes should probably steer clear of this story too :)
In 1787 the HMS Bounty left England with a crew of 46 men to sail to Tahiti, pick up breadfruit trees, transport them to colonies in Jamaica and return to England. This seemingly innocent voyage would result in an incredible series of events including a mutiny by murderous pirates, incredible open boat voyages, shipwrecks, bloody battles with natives, trials, executions and suffering that would leave most of the original crew dead.
This is the true story of the Mutiny on the Bounty.
In this story-game you become a member of the Donner Party.
The Donner Party were a group of about 90 men, women and children who tried traveling to their new homes in California by an unfamiliar route across the Salt Lake Desert of Utah and the Sierra Nevada Mountains but met with enough misfortunes and suffering to kill half the group and leave the remainder scarred for the rest of their lives...
You knew you should not have eaten and drank so much on Christmas Day, a troubled sleep leads to a nightmare where you find yourself trapped in the worst place imaginable: The Land of Bad Writing! Will you ever escape?
Authors Note: I should point out I have assumed about twenty different author's voices to give the worst examples of bad writing as possible as a guide of how not to write. If you want to know what my usual style is like message me or read my other story-games. It is also worth pointing out this story-game isn't aimed at anyone's stories in particular but practitioners of bad writing in general.
You are a Victorian Adventurer, a man who explores dangerous places and does dangerous things for the thrill of it. Following your recent expeditions in Africa you have been invited to the island of Marco, recently claimed by the British Government. Landing in the port of Victoria on the east side of the island you soon learn why you are there: a party of fifty men led by a certain Captain Donovan have vanished on an exploration expedition into the unknown jungle interior.
Your assignment is to find him and learn what has befallen his men, though you will be lucky if you too do not vanish from sight and knowledge beneath those deadly trees...
Author's Note: As this is the first story game I will have posted I am only posting half of it while I get used to the scripting etc. If it is not universally despised I will post the sequel Donovan's Curse (2) as soon as I have written it.
You are a Victorian Adventurer, a man who explores dangerous places and does dangerous things for the thrill of it. Following a month of searching the deadly island of Marco you have found the remnants of the lost expedition of Captain William Donovan, a renegade officer who seems to enjoy his role as adopted chief of the local Yantu Natives. You and your men now find yourself at the mercy of these dangerous and war-loving warriors... ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Author's Note: This is the sequel to The Lost Expedition (1), the first story-game I wrote on this site over two years ago, and my entry into the January 2017 Wilderness themed competition. I think everything I've done in these Lost Expedition stories I've done bigger and better in the Magellan stories but I'm glad Bucky's competition has given me the motivation to finish this little two-part adventure. To get the most out of this story I recommend you read The Lost Expedition (1), first, though this can be read as a stand-alone adventure.
The year is 1588. King Philip II, Catholic head of a vast Spanish Empire that stretches across the Americas and much of Europe, is poised to invade little England with a vast fleet of 130 ships and 55,000 men, only the little English fleet stands in his path...
In this story you play the role of Martin Bertendona, one of the ten Squadron commanders in the Fleet. With deadly challenges and difficult decisions you will do well just to survive, let alone avoid the dangers of either capture or imprisonment in these dangerous times...
This is my 20th story game, a personal milestone, but one of my shortest yet coming in at around 40 pages. It is not my entry for the 2019 competition, I am still working on that, just a little story I threw together when I had a few days off work combining my twin loves of history and people having unpleasant experiences at sea :D I hope you enjoy it.
Great job Paris!
on 4/16/2019 8:16:36 PM
Actually sarcasm and satire make perfectly good forms of counter-arguments from Ancient Greece through to Jonathon Swift and up to modern programs like The Simpsons, developing minority ideas (which are usually minority for a reason) to their full logical extent is one of the best ways to expose their ridiculousness.
It is true that some conspiracy theories are proven true but for every Operation Mockingbird there are many more David Ickes talking about lizard people. I think if a conspiracy theory is proven true it isn't really a Conspiracy THEORY but an expose or FACT, conspiracy theories are speculation and guesswork and can be as outlandish as you want them to be. If you don't like a particular group like Anarchists or Muslims or whoever you can make them as hateful and offensive as your want them to be.
I like your argument that "the police in the UK refused to arrest Muslim grooming gangs until they did". I am not sure why western governments would be so keen to import Muslims, in fact listening to The Tedious One in America my impressions is that he is a wee bit anti-immigration vis-a-vis Muslims, Mexicans and non-Aryans generally. Of course if a Muslim burnt down France's most famous cathedral the government would keep it secret because there is no way keeping something secret like that to encourage tourism and immigration could blow up in their face right? Personally, I wouldn't take such a risk to raise the visiting numbers of a certain ethnic group as the consequences far out-way the benefits but then again, I'm logical.
Like you say the fun thing about conspiracy theories is they don't even have to be true, if one is disappointing enough to be proven not true and fail to confirm your beliefs you can just blithely bounce onto the next one, the best and most enduring conspiracy theories of course are the ones that aren't or can't be proven one way or another making it usable to justify any idea. Of course it isn't possible to have a rational debate with something that can't be proven and you can be as outlandish as you want. You might as well dive in because if you are using something unproven as evidence it's very difficult to persuade others your claim is correct (just ask Christians and other religious and cult leaders how difficult it can be to attract followers these days).
Then you just reach an impasse of two guys who aren't going to change each others ideas that devolves into two people essentially with their fingers jammed in their ears going "la-la-la-la-la". For every fact you can selectively turn up to confirm your idea the other person can do the same thing (because to confirm fringe beliefs you do have to be pretty selective about the facts or cases you can find to support your belief. UFO people still cling to Roswell even though it is about eighty years old now).
I suppose it can lead to interesting discussions though :)
Great job Paris!
on 4/16/2019 1:39:40 AM
I think conspiracy theories generally discredit themselves, the further you extend their logic the more ridiculous they become :)
Of course Western European governments would want to cover up the actions of religiously-inspired criminals and terrorists. Duh. I mean, how would it benefit western governments to publicize the crimes of criminals who damage society and terrorists who have sworn to destroy western governments? Of course that's exactly the kind of thing you'd want to keep secret :)
I certainly know if I was a European Prime Minister I'd sometimes feel a bit sorry for all these hateful underdogs trying to kill me or bring down my government and want to give them a hand from time to time with gifts like anonymity and occasional support :D Maybe the Jews, Communists, Homosexuals, Voodoo Practitioners, Traffic Wardens, (insert least favourite group here) might be paying me with nice things like money, free KFC vouchers, chocolate or something? :)
I'm feeling a bit facetious tonight :D Don't worry about it :P
Great job Paris!
on 4/16/2019 12:42:24 AM
Let's take this even further, I've heard Muslim arsonists have secretly destroyed the majority of religious artefacts, religious sites and religious leaders in Western Europe and replaced them with counterfeits made of cardboard, papier mache and/or playdough (I have it on good authority that the Pope is at least 50% stuffed with loft insulation wool). In fact I think even the pictures of the fire and reports of the five hundred firefighters on the scene are probably FAKE NEWS and actually a large number of Al-Qaeda suicide bombers disguised as French priests, choir boys and nuns (the beards were shaved obviously) detonated large amounts of explosives made primarily of soap and hidden in the spire, inspired by such movies as Fight Club and The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
If you're going to go Conspiracy Theory you might as well go BIG :D
What Is Dead, May Sometimes Whine
on 4/15/2019 1:50:41 AM
Though one day if, for some strange reason, I feel like getting destroyed in an online way I'll have a few beers and go mental at EndMaster or Ford in the Lounge :D So bad at forum stuff though I'm not sure where I'd start :D :D
What Is Dead, May Sometimes Whine
on 4/15/2019 1:48:29 AM
If you're not enjoying your time online it might be best just to do other stuff :)
For example I don't have a very enjoyable time writing in online forums (I just don't understand them :D ) so I don't very often. I don't challenge admins and mods to one on one head-butting competitions, tell them I'm more meaningful than them and accuse them of worsening my emotional state because that doesn't seem like a very effective way of dealing with my retardation vis-à-vis online forums, in fact it'd make me look more than a bit ridiculous if I did that (I'm not much of a forumer or whatever they're called). I just read a few posts from time to time, comment in a neutral or positive way when I feel like it might be beneficial to me or others (a.k.a. you) and spend most of my time doing other stuff.
If you take the Internet, the opinions of strangers and criticism seriously you make life far more difficult than it needs to be :)
Game of Thrones - Season 8
on 4/14/2019 7:56:53 AM
These are my guesses about GOT character fates:
Tyron Lannister: Will survive.
Jaime Lannister: Will die in some heroically redeeming way.
Cersei Lannister: Going to die in some horrible way or spend her life in some horrible way.
Daenerys Targaryen: Definitely going to survive.
Jon Snow: Hard to say, my guess is survive to complete his character arc of bastard to winner.
Davos Seaworth: Will probably die of old age or fighting as he has kind of outlived his usefulness.
Sansa Stark: Will survive, unfortunately.
Arya Stark: Will survive, hopefully.
Theon Greyjoy: Will hopefully die in some redeeming character sort of way.
Missander: Will survive.
Brienne of Tarth: Probably will survive.
Samwell Tarly: Will survive otherwise GOT fans everywhere will go mental.
Bran Stark: Will survive, otherwise the whole becoming the three eyed raven thing was a waste of time.
Sandor Clegane: Will probably die killing the mountain.
Varys: Going to die as his death was already predicted by Melisandre.
Melisandre: Going to die as she already predicted her own death.
Tormund Giantsbane: To badass to die.
Gilly: Will survive
Bronn: Too cool to die.
Gendry: Probably disposable, not sure what the point to his survival would be.
Jorah Mormont: Will probably die for Daenerys.
Euron Greyjoy: Definitely going to die.
Beric Dondarrion: Going to die in some meaningful way.
Eddison Tollett: Going to survive as they’ve run out of people to be Night Watchman Number One.
Gregor Clegane: Definitely going to die (again).
Grey Worm: Will probably die just to give his girlfriend a dramatic sad scene.
Podrick Payne: Probably going to survive.
Qyburn: Going to die.
Edmure Tully: Worthless but will probably survive.
Lyanna Mormont: Will survive.
Robin Arynn: Too insignificant to die.
Yohn Royce: Will probably die as, along with Davos, he is one of the last of the old timers.
Yara Greyjoy: Will probably survive to be Queen of the Iron Islands.
The Night King: Inevitably going to be destroyed.
Harry Strickland: New guy and leader of the Golden Company, will probably be killed.
Interested to see how many of the 35 I guessed right :D
Risk My Attention (CYStia: Land of Freedom)
on 4/10/2019 1:15:13 AM
Awesome, thanks :D Is Steve still around btw?
The Cystia Roll of Honour
on 4/1/2019 9:33:27 AM
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The new Price of Freedom now released!
on 3/31/2019 4:18:13 PM
Your story is... far beyond the usual standard. I cannot describe it further except to say it is incredible. You have created a really amazing thing here :D
The new Price of Freedom now released!
on 3/31/2019 3:57:07 AM
Congratulations Avery/Briar :) I've already started reading some of it, it's really fantastic! You must be really proud of creating such a fantastically well written story :D I can't wait to read it all!