DireRyse, The Contributor

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Welcome to my Profile! It's pretty barren and empty right now but I'm hoping to change that in the near future!

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Interview with a Cult Member

You are Detective Joseph Malcolm working for the Amsborough Police Department. There is a recently arrested cult member in the interviewing room. It is up to you to listen to his story, provide the evidence, and decide what to do with him.

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Interesting Comments 5 on 5/27/2020 10:39:57 AM

These are from A Very Special Choose Your Story

it has good meanigs

-- Rose on 9/23/2019 11:10:12 PM with a score of 0


This book has good meanings so thank you

-- Ivy uchiha on 9/25/2019 5:47:39 PM with a score of 0


I was a etrict loner in High School and I turned out just fine! Of course, that could've been just bbecause I don't really care about/like humanity anyways, because we always say that we'll be better than what we were, but then we just 'slip' back into old habits, such as how the police shoot unarmed black men because of racism, even though back during the Civil Rights movement we said that we would be better about NOT doing that...

-- BristolJeremiah on 11/7/2018 5:42:32 PM with a score of 0

Mobile games thread on 5/24/2020 4:47:52 PM

If you dig Cards against Humanity you might like Evil Apples. I haven't played it in a while but if I remember correctly it's free with minimal ads. The only thing that sucks is waiting for other players to put cards in. They might've added a time limit of like 30 secs to make sure games don't take days to do. There's different card packs you can get by using the in-game currency by playing and winning. Overall pretty fun if you're just looking for some casual. 

New on 5/18/2020 12:04:22 PM


20 Minute Write on 5/10/2020 5:02:46 PM

Thank you for the feedback. Please don't go easy on it if you see something that looks wrong or incorrect. I love the brutal and honest feedback this community is known to provide. As I look back on it, yes the structure is relatively simple mainly because I wanted it to have the feel of everything that is being thought is being written down exactly. I didn't put anything fancy or anything because in this situation someone wouldn't want to paint a beautiful picture of what's happening big picture. Thanks again!

20 Minute Write on 5/9/2020 11:16:22 PM

Please do not read this. Please do not read this.

Once you begin reading he will know. I am being forced against my will to write all of this out. As much as I resist my fingers continue to type. Right now, I sit in the darkness of my room with only the screen of my computer in front of me giving off light. I fear to look away from the screen. I can hear him moving around the downstairs of my house. He has my scent and soon will be there for you once I am done with.

It will start off with scratching at the door at night. He'll test your mind and see how quickly you become fearful. I think that's what fuels him. The fear is almost like food to him. My steps are beginning to creak as he comes up. I fear I do not have enough time.

I'm sorry for submitting this. I'm sorry, but my fingers will not stop typing this out. Next is the tapping at the windows. It could happen at any moment. There is no order in which he performs them. It could go on for days or months. This all started for me four months ago when I read a message like this on another forum.


I can hear him outside of my door. I know this is how it ends for me and, I'm sorry, but how it will end for you too. I wish I knew how to stop it and I wish I was strong enough to just kill myself before I was able to log in. The door is slowly opening. It creaks as he opens it. I can hear his wheezing breathes come closer to me. His steps are slow and clumsy as he bumps into various items in my bedroom on his way over to greet me. There isn't much time left. I haven't moved away from staring at my monitor; my fingers typing everything I'm currently thinking. I hear something dripping from behind me. I can only imagine it as his jaw opening up to eat me. It must be his saliva dripping off of his tongue and into my hardwood floors. There's a small growl like a rabid animal about to pounce on it's wounded prey.

Forgive me. Forgive me. Forgive m

Flowchart for Eternal by EndMaster on 5/4/2020 4:32:10 AM

Geez. Really puts the whole story in perspective. Mad props to you for dedication to this

My first storygame on 4/25/2020 3:26:08 AM

What I did was think of how many endings you want/ what those endings will be (like surviving, escaping, Going crazy, etc. ). Then work backwards from there. That way you know the destination you want the character to reach. It allows you to figure out ways to reach that destination instead reaching out into the dark and eventually say "yeah right here is a good ending". 

CYS Discord: Now with flying cars! on 4/23/2020 9:50:47 PM

With the first paragraph literally saying how much procrastination there is, I was just trying to stay optimistic about the whole thing. 

CYS Discord: Now with flying cars! on 4/23/2020 9:42:17 PM

I think joining the discord is a great way to help me prevent any procrastination and be able to spit ball ideas more actively. 

I have 300+ word reviews most recently on
Hunters and the Hunted

The Book of Vanishing Tales

I currently have a WIP on my sneak peak. 

My discord name is Dire.  Dire1337#7533

Boardgame Thread on 4/20/2020 1:23:25 AM

There was this one board game I used to play as a kid. It's been around forever. I think they release new versions of it almost every year? I'm not 100% sure but it used to kind of scare me. I don't remember the name. There would be up to 4 players. Each obviously picked one of the pieces to represent them on the board. You all fought to be the first one to the end (like any other game). The start of the turn would have the player pull a card then go to/do whatever it said. People would be reset at the beginning, have their character killed off, or even double their normal movements. All along the way you needed to gain momentum and defeat the cities and castles on the way. You pretty much would "blitzkeig" through an "NPC/mini boss area". The bosses were pretty easy compared to the players. It was hard to lose against them. They were all monsterous looking fantasy creatures that would give me nightmares honestly. I mean I was probably too young to have play it. Anywho, It was the other players you had to watch out for. You all wanted to get to the final castle to claim your throne and kill the other players, this ending the game. It caused so many fights among my friends and family who played. Oh yeah! I remember the name of it now: Candyland!