Antedilluvia

Player Rating4.80/8

"#210 overall, #17 for 2013"
based on 165 ratings since 06/28/2013
played 2,198 times (finished 165)

Story Difficulty2/8

"walk in the park"

Play Length5/8

"Not going to lose any sleep"

Maturity Level3/8

"must be at least this tall to play"
Contains content that may not be suitable for persons under age 10. If this were a movie, it would probably be between G and PG.

ante.jpgIn this story you can't win or lose (but you may, on rare occasion, be looped back to the beginning), and you will always finish up at the same place in the end. This was written so you can enjoy the story and literally be a part of it.

The original character you will be playing as is Nox, but you are simply referred to as "You" (This way you do not have to play as a character. Fair warning: If you are not a guy, you're going to have to pretend that you are.).

Setting: Takes place in a fantasy world called Antedilluvia. There are two sides of the world, the 'Rarus' side, and the 'Aptus' side, which are separated by an ocean and connected by one landbridge. This story takes place in the 'Aptus' side.

Canentium - "Incola Lignum" The inhabitants of the wood. They are one of the 21 clans of Aptus, Antedilluvia. Canentium are pale, tall, posess dark red eyes, and have blood red colored hair.  Canentium are thin, nimble tree-climbers and dragon-riders. They play sweet melodies from Wooden flutes.

Viatores- The name of Rex's group, meaning 'travellers'. The group consists of former robbers, mercenaries, and underdogs, all now dedicated to becoming adventurers and explorers.

All artworks are drawn by me.

 I made this story almost two years ago so please pardon the discrepancies. It was originally meant to be part  of a series, but since I work painstakingly slowly I firmly believe that might never happen, and that is also the reason why it seems to lack much of a goal. I meant to publish it then as well, but I wanted to make artwork to accompany it and unfortunately that delayed the process, so I decided to just post it now instead of having it stored away for all of eternity for nobody else to see...

Player Comments

For someone who has had a seemingly depressing life of poverty before his decision to leave Rauras (sorry for any misspellings of names), it doesn't seem reasonable for the protagonist to be anywhere near Mundus' skill level in swordsmanship, and even if the protagonist had a background that allowed it, it should have been mentioned.

There were a few grammar issues I caught, but it didn't interfere with the story. Sadly, the story is very linear and short, which was disappointing, but the experiences with each person was sweet, almost bittersweet, with the tone you set earlier in the story.

The pictures are beautiful and definitely helped create an atmosphere for the storygame. Expand the plot more, add paths, keep doing what you've been doing (I understand the process is slow for you.) and you'll have a great storygame!
-- Crescentstar on 12/5/2016 10:56:17 PM with a score of 3
As much as I wish it weren't, this story is obviously linear. This storygame has so much potential for becoming an excellent read, if only the author would finish it and give it branches. There's no point in utilizing the medium of the CYOA if you're only going to write linear fiction within it. This storygame (and it's author) have lots of potential but it's being wasted by not writing interactive fiction.
-- JJJ-thebanisher on 3/23/2014 9:51:55 PM with a score of 3
This was a great start to a story. You mentioned that it was going to be part of a series so I do hope you write the rest.

The main point I would raise apart from the length is that it is more story than 'Choose your Own' however you do warn people about this.
-- FeanorOnForge on 7/5/2013 2:01:29 PM with a score of 3
I wish that the choices you make influenced the story that would have been awesome
-- blane on 10/31/2018 3:22:33 PM with a score of 3
Did you... or can you make another one?
-- Chloe on 2/24/2018 9:23:00 PM with a score of 3
Should have made it longer, I was just getting into the flow of the story when it abruptly ended.
-- corgi213 on 10/14/2017 2:56:39 PM with a score of 3
it is a good game you should do more
-- leonna on 9/13/2017 10:00:40 PM with a score of 3
Fun. :) Ty 4 the storygame!
-- Quorrah on 1/15/2017 2:56:02 PM with a score of 3
This was an easy story to follow, and I liked it, but it was to short. I hope that I see a second one!
-- Lost_Soul on 6/3/2016 9:55:14 PM with a score of 3
I would HIGHLY prefer you finish this before I go crazy. I'm usually pretty patient, except for stories. I'm a professional at story-sucking. ; )
-- Erin on 5/13/2016 8:49:07 PM with a score of 3
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