ugilick, The Novelist
Regrettably I am hardly here any more. Not that I ever did anything cool anyway.
I've developed as a thinker and a writer on this site. Looking over all the projects I started over the years; I can track a steady improvement in my quality of writing and novelty of concept.
One thing is for certain, I loved forum games, may they rest in peace, and I hated Free-form rpgs, may they rot in eternal contempt.
All life shall know death as death seeks to know all life.
This game has three endings.
You never know what the future holds. That's what people say. Other people say it's in the bones, on your palms, in the cards, or even up there - in the stars.
Harris Nash Brunson is a man of uncanny intuition. Human kind had begun living among the stars before his birth, but Nash has never joined them. He lives his life earthbound, chasing fugitives across the globe.
In a way, you could say that every story is about the past.
Recent Posts# @coins on 10/16/2017 10:05:12 PM
I make a point to log on 4 times a year.
Apparent Forum Shitstorm on 10/16/2017 9:29:55 PM
With a smirk on my face I noticed that.
Apparent Forum Shitstorm on 10/15/2017 12:05:18 PM
Apparent Forum Shitstorm on 10/15/2017 12:05:08 PM
Apparent Forum Shitstorm on 10/14/2017 11:41:07 PM
I step back in after another long time away, I open a subforum, and what do I see?
"Feminists are taking all our stuff" and "Should we limit reproduction"
I literally can not remember the last time I checked in here and saw such various and alarming posts, such as: "North Korea Nuking Guam, Tom Petty about to die, California makes murder a misdemeanor, Rick and Morty, and Murder becomes legal."
Talk about a social thememometer. All this I saw, mind you, within 8 to 10 seconds of logging in. It's like opening up a fridge, observing the block of milk, the art like month old pasta, and then being jumped by a moldy lobster, before having to jettison the whole fridge into space.
Retro Future CYOA on 7/17/2017 9:18:58 PM
This is seriously cool. Thanks for sharing.
BZ's Summer Slam Contest! on 7/17/2017 9:11:24 PM
Thanks, I don't think there are enough smaller scale hero stories. Not everything needs to be on an epic scale. More personal tellings can be highly impactful. Body counts/lives at stake are not the measure of the impact of a story. I look forward to seeing what you produce.
Summer Slam Bragging & Bitching thread on 7/15/2017 3:25:09 PM
I had wondered why you had been on so long today.
CYS Yu Gi Oh Cards! - pt 2 on 7/15/2017 2:10:49 PM
I like your sense of balance.
Summer Slam Bragging & Bitching thread on 7/13/2017 1:35:57 PM
Mizal has that covered. Just skim through the thread.