Blue versus red in a classic battle of good versus evil and right versus wrong.
This is more story than game and a lot more story than anything I've written previously.
There is one true ending (marked by a stirring legend), one other really good ending and there are at least two other legitimate endings. All legitimate endings include epilogues.
Disclaimers (If you can't cope with the following, don't play it.)
Disclaimer: If you don't read the disclaimers, you will look stupid on the comments screen.
Disclaimer: Making selfless choices will make the storygame harder, particularly in the first few chapters.
Disclaimer: Fourteen year olds were older in olden times.
Disclaimer: I don't advocate the use of drugs, particularly by minors.
Disclaimer: It is highly suggested that you don't try finishing this in one go. It's truly way too long for that. There are lots of pages and lots of long pages. Save and do this in sessions for proper enjoyment. Only my playtesters are forced to go through this all at once, feel sorry for them :) (If you don't have an account and can't save, make one, this site is ridiculously awesome. Click the login link and hit Sign Up) (Although, if you can finish it in one go then that's fantastic because you won't forget tiny details that are prominent on practically every page.)
Disclaimer: It is possible that it might tell you that you are something like sixteen years and twelve(+) months old. Assume that that's seventeen years old,
Disclaimer: This storygame might be extremely hard. There will be times when you want to quit, one time in particular, don't. There are provisions in there to save you. Clarification: I'm talking about the maze! Really sorry about that guys, I do regret writing that in. All you have to do is click around for awhile and it will save you, though.
Disclaimer: Yes, I am aware of the sexual allusions that are made in many fight scenes. I find it funny when your body is ravished by the sword of a Crimson Knight. I find it even funnier that you're so happy to ravish him back.
Disclaimer: The reason it takes so long to travel around the country (in the magnitude of months) is due to your oath to help the community and thus the frequent stops you must make. This also explains why Crimson Knights get ahead so easily.
Disclaimer: The fight scenes are as 3J as ever.
Disclaimer: If things seem linear to you. They aren't. Lots of options are based on random events, your own abilities, past actions, and many other things.
Disclaimer: There are long patches of story. Deal with it.
Disclaimer: For you Thelemites out there, this is obviously not an actual representation of Thelema in any way shape or form, I understand that most of it probably doesn't check out with Thelema, This is a work of pure fantasy and I hope you enjoy it anyway :)
Disclaimer: This disclaimer will put you into a paradox: When making character forming decisions, if you choose unbalanced and lopsidedly powerful/weak character traits, you could find yourself in a much more difficult storygame than if you were balanced BUT you will also possibly have the opportunity (if you play your cards right) to see the most epic pages in the storygame. Choose wisely. When building a character, remember that ether is more easily attained throughout the storygame than combat is.
Disclaimer: There are literally an insane amount of scripts going on at all times, if you get to a reset game link or anything like that or you reset it yourself. Close the window and re-open it or things will be messed up.
1. The Community of CYS for putting up with my huge 1year+ state of writer's block. Alexp for keeping the site up. I Love You, Alex. (In a macho, I'm the man, kinda way).
2. Anubis and Darthvader_13 for playtesting this thing.
3. Anubis's mom and madglee for appearing in the storygame, in one way or another.
4. Endmaster for inspiring certain aspects of the way that this is written and the time period it covers.
5. Aleister Crowley for his works of Thelema, The A.:.A, and most importantly, his Initiatory Structure and his law: "Love is the Law, Love Under Will."
6. Carlos Castaneda who's books inspired the character Tom Wan.
7. The Icelandic people for having such awesome names. (No, this isn't random).
8. My body and it's capability to write 80-100+ pages in a day and sleep less than I probably should.