hugo23, The Wordsmith
I bet your expecting a bio, well too bad I got bored of it. So instead I am going to put up some quotes I like.
"It's better to be hated for what you are than to be loved for what you are not." Andre Gide
"A concept is a brick. It can be used to build a courthouse of reason. Or it can be thrown through the window." Gilles Deleuze
"Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that." Martin Luther King Jr.
"An eye for an eye will make the whole world blind." Mahatma Ghandi
"Dad, how do soldiers killing each other solve the world's problems?" Bill Watterson
All right Please leave CONSTRUCTIVE comments if this isn't good. Took awhile but it was worth it, hope you enjoy it immensely.
This is my first game so please leave CONSTRUCTIVE comments (even if there harsh). This is the first of a series I believe i will just make 2 or 3 episodes. and please keep the negativity to a low.
Raven is the main character along with Sparrow i know I know bird names but this is the beginning of a series of events and you have a few of the dead endings one neutral ending and one ending that actually is good. You start out as a child and you actually have to think what you would do and remember some will be a bit confusing at first but please stick with it.
NOTE: maturity is because of cussing so anyone uncomfortable with lude or bad language please don't blame me
I read some comments and i am sorry for any grammar errors and note this is the beginning to a longer series like a intro and to any who don't like fifty fifty choices I will work on that in my next installment.
Also I will work on making it easier to follow.
Not all are going to be this short it's more of a experiment it's my first game and really more of a intro to build up back story.
Also had it proof read
I will find a better title if you have suggestions PM me.
I created a alternate ending that is left unresolved in the 2nd one and I hate leaving things unfinished so here you go.
EDIT: Obviously I don't have as much time as I used to on this site. But when i am on this is low on the priorities list. So don't expect it for the next few month's.
As for the maturity level expect descriptions but not in depth for example I would use mass effect a bit than a black screen.
I've seen a one or two dragon's life games and they are not very detailed. So this is a in depth game that will go form the young years to elder. Will you raid a castle? Destroy a town? Steal a princess (or a prince)? Or be the wise advice giver. Will you live to be a hero, beloved by all. Or will you be the destroyer of worlds, punished for your evil?
You officially died in the last crusade in 1254. You were a nobody, a foot soldier in the crusade. Nobody questioned why you joined most of your unit new you believed in older gods. Some of the more hardcore Christians called you a heathen and a heretic. They granted you Immortality when you died along with some powers, your commander's never bothered to look for you. Now its the 21st century you're still here doing what you feel like, after all those old gold coins you still had thousands now you're a 25 year old investor with more hidden money than Bill Gates has publicly. But times are changing and you either ride the wave or get crushed by it...
Okay this game will take place mostly in Europe and the America's But I will not add any phrases in different languages for the sake of clarification... and me not knowing any different languages than English and Spanish.
Recent PostsWizard Morality on 9/14/2017 4:56:11 PM
That makes kind of a sickening sense. Before the civil war and the end of slavery in the US, financial records show that for the more dangerous jobs the south would use Irish men as a way to keep their slaves safe. A slave was a huge investment but you could pay an Irishman 25 cents a day to do dangerous work and have your slave work a bit less backbreaking work for the next 25 years.
Wizard Morality on 9/13/2017 6:10:01 PM
I think it comes down to morality for most people. For me I would be perfectly fine with most necromancy but only in the most extreme cases. For example you are about to be killed, to protect your loved ones etc. I would like the dead to remain at rest but there are circumstances where I believe it would be acceptable. For example I am going to look at magic the gathering. Zendikar, it was under attack by the eldrazi, (for the non players imagine, a combination of Chaos, tyranids and well zombies.) The defenders chose that they would raise their dead allies if they could not be healed that's how bad the threat was. Magic is something wondrous but something that must be watched. It shouldn't be used to personal gain or to control other humans, building artifacts to sell? why not, but to take over a town is unacceptable. But like all important things it must be judged by a case by case basis.
I'm Back!!! Kind of on 1/21/2017 3:16:53 PM
This is F**king great dude.
I'm Back!!! Kind of on 1/20/2017 1:45:08 AM
True, now I am the god of my own and my friends must dance to my malicious music. MWHAHAHAHA!!!
I'm Back!!! Kind of on 1/19/2017 12:53:20 AM
Wow it has been a while guys and gals. To be honest this site has kind of been put on the back burner for a while, I have been pretty busy and am now the DM of my group so that story kind of takes up most of my time... I will most likely pop in every once and awhile but I doubt any stories or long RPG's will involve me. Sooo yeah this is pretty much just a hello. Also if you read this, I'm surprised you stayed with me to the end, that's nice of you.
My best drawing yet. ^-^ on 2/16/2015 2:25:11 PM
Nice drawing man! I can't draw worth crap despite my best efforts to change the fact. So I appreciate good drawings.
Religion poll on 1/6/2015 11:25:16 PM
1. Agnostic I guess
3. Catholic: Mainly because of parents
Best Form of Government on 12/12/2014 9:55:31 AM
... that could actually work.
Best Form of Government on 12/12/2014 12:32:00 AM
I would follow the example of mohenjo daro or the Igbo. In the case of mohenjo daro they appeared to have no religious base and no social classes. The best we can do is speculate that they had some form of elected council. In the case of the Igbo they gave chose not to give rise to a state ruled by anyone rather a form of social institutions.
Other than those two I would have to say monarchy with a council that can have a vote to deem him/her unfit for office. While the monarch has the power to vote down giving more power to the council. Granted this whole method requires neither to be corrupt, which would sadly be most likely impossible in this day and age.
Police on 12/4/2014 11:27:53 PM
wait, what happened? I really just look at international news online.