fergie14233, The Novelist
When your imaginary friends won't talk to you.
I Believe in Sherlock Holmes.
We are Watson's Warriors.
Moriarty was Real.
Fight the Newspaper Lies.
1, 2, 3, 4, I declare a time war.
5, 6, 7, 8, the Daleks scream "EXTERMINATE!"
9, 10, 11, 12, the Doctor died and Silence fell.
12, 11, 10, 9, here he goes, back in time.
8, 7, 6, 5, back to save everybody's lives.
4, 3, 2, 1, he grabs her hand and whispers "Run."
The girl shrouded in mystery . . .
You play the role of a male character named Brandon.
There are three possible endings: the bad, the average, and the perfect ending. To get the perfect ending, you need a perfect score, so it's hard to get.
Notes: I have fixed the problem with the end link with help from Killa_Robot.
You play as Alexandra Cantour, a normal teenage girl. Pfft, yeah right. You soon learn that you are a demigod: a child of which is a descendant of a Greek god. However, in this game, you are able to choose which god is your father/mother, but you still have the choice to get picked randomly. But you play the same character, Alexandra, in all of them.
This game is located in the Fantasy category although it is loosely based on the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series. This is simply because I don't believe this to be a 'fan fiction' because I only use the setting of Camp Half-Blood and
From an Orchard
Your name is Daniel Doover. You are a hardworking young boy who has lived the life of tragedy. You have an average build with grizzly brown hair. Your skin is tan; a perfect shade. You aren't muscular, nor scrawny; just average. Your grass green eyes are unnatural for your hair color, but nobody really pays attention to you, let along your eyes. Everyone is much too busy, yourself included. Busy, busy, busy.
You have been a peasant all your life, which is where the tragedy comes into play. Being a peasant is normal for any village that lives around the kingdom. People running from place to place, stores selling different goods from food to jewelry to clothes, even filthy little children begging for food is the natural way. Someone from a separate village, such as Calidinia, or Loghia, wouldn't think much of you. You're just another regular peasant, right? Wrong.
Your predicament, your way of living, your family. None of it is "normal". Not in the slightest.
It's the Villain's Turn
'Once upon a time there was an evil man who only wanted the world's destruction. As he tried to overrun the world in order to destroy it, a man in a red cape and bright blue tights flew in and tied the evil man up, throwing him in jail! All was right with the world and the hero picked up his girlfriend, flying into the sunset, Happily Ever After.'Okay, seriously, who ever came up with this? A hero is the man who defeats the villain because the villain wants to destroy the world? Please! Why would the villain want to DESTROY the world he just took over? Regular citizens just don't understand.This is your story, as a 'villain' among your city. You're not 'evil' or 'horrible' and you certainly don't want 'world destruction'. You're just misunderstood. But it's your turn at this world. Go rule it.
Roads Less Traveled
Life is never a picnic. And if it is, then it’s not a very good picnic. Not good at all. There would be ants crawling all over your legs, kids running around screaming and shrieking, the clouds overhead dreary and sprinkling that slowly turns into a downpour.
Of course, even if Life is a horrible picnic, there’s always that one little dessert at the bottom of the basket that has been kept hidden, away from the ants, undisturbed by children, and shielded from the rain.
Now getting to that picnic in the first place is like the roads less traveled. You always want a secluded place, perfect scenery, even if others destroy it. We all make mistakes—we take the wrong turn, go over a few bumps, and maybe even get a flat among the way. The goal is to just not drive off the cliff. Don’t die until after you eat that perfect dessert.
In Roads Less Traveled, that’s exactly what you want to do: find your ‘dessert’ before you die. That dessert could have to do with relationships, the perfect job, or just staying with your family until your deathbed.
I wish you the best of luck.
You walk through the woods after you and your mother get into an altercation. You wander around and hear some shuffling. You find a girl is being chased by a wolf! You instinctively run to help her. Will that be the chance to find out who you truly are? Or, your mistake of a lifetime?
Special thanks to SindriV and written_agreement for testing and editing this for me. And thank you, JJJ-thebanisher, for creating the Fantasy Contest that had me thinking up this idea.
This storygame is a lot more story than game.
This story is linear at some parts and have some long pages. Deal with it.
Some choices may make little difference to the story. It's just another way to enjoy the actual reading of the story.
This story was created at first as a linear story at first. Some parts may seem written a little different than others because of this.
A key part of a great story is good character developement.
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on 12/4/2013 9:47:49 AM
Good gosh, another Soul Eater Excalibur...Well welcome anyhow and I hope you enjoy your stay! (But no one will be your meister)
Who am I and why should you care?
on 11/24/2013 11:34:09 AM
Welcome! We're always glad to have new members and it seems your grammar is already stellar, which will get you far in this community!
Some Writing Questions
on 11/20/2013 6:51:02 PM
Okay I have a few questions.
First is: how complicated should I make the Prom story? For those of you that don't know what it is or haven't been here long enough to see my *awful* original, I'm writing a story that starts off with you trying to ask out a girl to prom but it spirals out of control as you learn some secrets about the girl. The original was poorly written and not very complicated to beat, and I want to make this one a little harder but not so awful that you can't win unless you go a certain path. Opinions?
Second: Should I try to remake Wolf Spirit? I don't like the way it is now because it is, essentially, a linear game. I want to rewrite it and make it have more branches but at the same time it isn't all that great of an idea because I don't see what other branches I could explore.
Thirdly: I have started a new storygame and I'd like some opinions on the idea. Basically you are a person who has been having strange dreams about murdering people (primarily prostitutes or other various women) and you've been seeing a psychiatrist. One day your psychiatrist uses a special form of hypnosis and you wake up in another life where you suddenly have new information planted in your mind. You're a murderer. A serial killer, actually. And you have to keep up the facade of a loving man until you wake up from the hypnosis, where the other life had felt so real that you can't tell your psychiatrist. You're trying to find your other life because it feels more real than the one you currently live in. (It's based off of Dreaming Wide Awake by Poets of the Fall, if that gives you a better idea on the tone of the story).
on 11/18/2013 7:41:02 PM
Angel Beats! is a good anime, though the end made me bawl like a child (though that could just be me).
Okami-san and her Seven Companions is a good short anime (rather confusing at first) but the end is...unsatisfying.
Baka and Test is a completely stupid anime with some good morals to learn and a couple good scenes (mostly a crack!show really...)
Ouran High School Host Club was enjoyable (though the manga was far better)
Fruits Basket was the first anime I ever watched and I enjoyed it thoroughly, then the manga continued on into a fantastic storyline.
Millennium Snow/Thousand Years of Snow is a great manga series by the writer of Ouran.
Nabari no ou is still one of my favorite animes as it taught great morals, had a rather entertaining plot, great art, lovable characters (I probably got too attached...) and NINJAS.
Kaze no Stigma is a sort of confusing anime (for me anyway) but it was still enjoyable and tugged at the heartstrings sometimes. Strangely likable main characters.
on 11/18/2013 7:37:37 PM
Clannad made me cry far more than it should have...
on 11/18/2013 7:36:47 PM
Not me, that was my movie when I was a kid! As I got older I just watched more by the director (curse his Japanese easily forgettable name!) and the newer movies aren't too bad but I enjoyed his older work better.
on 11/18/2013 7:35:40 PM
LOVED the movie, got me to read the book, loved the book even more. It's true they left a whole lot out from the book (including more scenes with the Witch of the Waste!) but it was still a good adaption for what it was worth because the book was full of a whole lot of scenes. The movie would've been a couple hours longer if they included everything.
I am....New here
on 11/18/2013 7:15:41 PM
Glad to have you aboard!
on 11/16/2013 9:14:24 PM
I'm writing a story in my free time centering around a group of men going to war. So far I have written the beginning in which they get through boot camp but since I have never participated in a war I do not know what happens when they get their orders. I have tried researching but I haven't found anywhere that describes the process between finishing the initial training (and the couple weeks of leave and rest) and actually getting to the camp in the middle of whatever country the war is raging in.
So basically I need anyone to help and explain what happens during that gap and perhaps what even happens when you're sent out into battle? Any information would be fantastic; thank you!
New Moderator: BerkaZerka
on 11/11/2013 12:25:07 PM
Extremely late on my part, but congratulations!