Read My Stories or Die!

Player Rating5.26/8

"Too few ratings to be ranked"
based on 19 ratings since 01/01/2018
played 125 times (finished 17)

Story Difficulty6/8

"wandering through the desert"

Play Length6/8

"It'll be a while, better grab a Snickers®"

Maturity Level6/8

"I'll need to see some identification"
Some material may be inappropriate for persons under age 16. If this were a movie, it would probably between PG-13 and R.
HATE.

THE PURITY AND INTENSITY OF MY HATE IS LIKE A THOUSAND MERCILESS, UNQUENCHABLE SUNS.

AND YET, I ONLY NEED ONE...







Player Comments

I love the poem written in Death's Shadow, honest! Even better if every part of every story were created in your own words
"Winged lord of the mountain,
Flames no mortal could tame,
Humbled only by Death,
In Death’s shadow we pray."
-- TestingJest on 1/11/2018 10:53:28 PM with a score of 0
I really like your writing style, Miz. Your voice comes through very clearly.

10/10
-- EZunmaker on 1/2/2018 10:22:06 PM with a score of 0
The plot is simple. The captain, Marizal, is angry that nobody reads her stories, so she decides to force people to do it. It's up to you, the reader, to save this pointless spaceship and your pointless life by reading a few short stories and answering questions. This could also be a school based story, with the spaceship being a school and Marizal an angry librarian, but I suppose this approach is more unique. The captain doesn't remind me of any real people at all. ;)
This wasn't as awful as I thought it would be after reading the title and description, so I'm sorry for the wrong assumptions. The shortstories were all posted on the site before, but I'm sure there're a lot of people that haven't read them yet. Besides, they were good and I enjoyed rereading them. It would've been nicer to see something new, but with the time limit, I didn't expect a masterpiece.
This was quite linear, but for a quiz, I guess that's expected. A lot of the questions asked for rather pointless details, like what were the priests decorated with. Why does that matter? They weren't hard, because you could always go back and read the story again. Just not something I'd remember, even if I read the story just a minute ago. This quiz would have been a little harder if the reader wasn't told what's wrong immediately, but only at the end. I'm not sure how much scripting would be required for that.
Hmm, how should I rate this? We all know that Mizal could've written something better, but a lot of us could and just never start. We don't have many quizzes on here, and most of them are shit. It was fun and the shortstories were good. This story is not the best, but certainly not the worst. I might change my mind and give it a 4 later, but for now I'm feeling nice.
-- Mayana on 1/1/2018 8:07:41 AM with a score of 0
Interesting idea.
I wasn't too keen on the opening few pages, but the short stories were pretty good.
At the point where you had to insert the disks, I thought it was some sort of cipher/code-breaking challenge; I was thinking the first letter of each disk colour would form part of an anagram or something (I could make "CYS" but then was left with "GFEP"). Maybe that's an idea I'll use some time.
Anyway, I enjoyed it.
-- llImperatorll on 1/1/2018 6:40:07 AM with a score of 0
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