a_scout, The Reader

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3/24/2020

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4/13/2020 3:12 PM

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Hey, this is a_scout. But you can call me just scout if you want. 

Recent Posts

Art Suggestions on 4/13/2020 2:49:49 PM

pusheen? they can be doing anything


I have an...idea? on 4/2/2020 12:13:35 AM

Thanks! I'll tone down on the ellipses, and start getting to work! Thanks for the advice :D


I have an...idea? on 4/1/2020 11:23:34 PM

I've started working on a storygame, and I kind of need an outside perspective. The concept is that you are interviewing an Artificial Intelligent robot that looks and behaves like a regular human. 

Here's a brief dialogue that explains the situation.

"Your job is to interact with him daily. Remember, you must never let him find out that he isn't human."
"He really thinks he's..."
"Yes. And we intend to keep him thinking that way. Which is where you come in. Now, here's your assignment..."

The whole storygame is choosing how to interact with the AI, and whether or not you'll follow your orders.

What makes someone human, anyway? 

Hm....

I don't plan on making this too long. Any feedback is appreciated!


Where would you take an eldritch deity on a date? on 3/28/2020 7:13:24 PM

 I've been thinking for a bit, and this is what I've come up with.

Dagon could take the reader to the aquariam, either to

A.) Make them a partner in crime to release all the fish into their natural habitats.

B.) Have them both hunt down their own dinners. 

C.) Both. 

He could also take them to the very bottom of the Mariana Trench. As long as the reader keeps Dagon happy, they'll make sure the reader doesn't die. If the reader makes him mad...welp, no more protection for them. 

Instadeath. 

Actually, maybe that could be a thing? Like if the date goes too bad, the reader gets killed off by said monster. 

Since looking at Cthulhu makes you go insane, the reader might have to go on said date wearing a blindfold or something. 

There's also a real town called Hell on Earth, which has potential. Apparently, anyone can be mayor for a day!

And that's all I have. 

Hopefully this is interesting enough, but if not then that's cool too.

 

 

 


OUTBREAK FEVER: Apocalyptic Reading on 3/26/2020 12:35:16 PM

I would personally recommend the book, "Feed" by Mira Grant. I won't give too much away, but I will say that the premise involves how our society would function in a world where a zombie outbreak happened.

There's plenty of great characters, and the story is fantastic. 


'ello luv on 3/26/2020 12:28:20 PM

Thanks for all the welcomes :D


'ello luv on 3/26/2020 12:28:02 PM

I like reading most genres, but I tend to avoid anything that focuses heavily on romance. 


'ello luv on 3/24/2020 11:52:35 PM

Hey guys, I'm scout. I just joined (duh) because I want to improve my writing skills when it comes to CYOA type deals. I'm not too great when it comes to planning, so I decided to work on it here. 

Anyway, it's nice to be here, and if anyone wants to talk, that would be great.