Rafe, The Contributor


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I'm an intelligent footprint in a beach. Yes, really.


Sadly, I will have to discontinue my story Birthright on this page. I was using twine to write it, and chooseyourstory is limiting me too much. If I want to have it both ways, I have to limit myself on twine, and it is becoming too much of a hassle to know I could do it better, but can't because I have to keep it simple for chooseyourstory.

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Follow the life of a medieval noble from birth to death.

Navigate around political intrigues and risk your life for what you believe in. Survive the plague. Court unique love interests each time you play. Get toxoplasma and slowly go crazy. Marry and help your children survive to adulthood. Will you get disowned by yor parents, or inherit their demesne? How will you treat your siblings?

Special thanks to Killa_Robot, nmelssx, betaband, ogre11
Notice: Although I gave my best by researching, I cherrypicked from different centuries of the middle ages for the sake of a better fantasy story. It won't be 100% historically accurate.

Warning: Not for children. Mistreatment, betrayal, famine, enfant mortality. Generally speaking, inappropriate themes.

Recent Posts

life-simulation interactive fiction. on 6/19/2015 3:45:13 PM

It sounds ridiculous when you describe it like that, but think about this: Someone makes a cyoa story that describes lock picking in detail. Would you hold the idea that no one in the world will use it as a learning tool?

I'm supporting the idea that if you describe a concept somewhere, at least one person in the world will try to apply it to their lives.

Besides, I know several children that jumped out a window because the were dressed in blue and had a red towel in their shoulders, just like superman, or believed they could make brooms fly, like witches do. All of them were over seven.

You don't know who is reading your stories, so expect the worse and save people the grief.

life-simulation interactive fiction. on 6/19/2015 12:27:29 PM

It is set in medieval age. Children will be inheriting their parent's lands.

life-simulation interactive fiction. on 6/19/2015 8:45:17 AM

Thanks for the answer, it was nice to get some insight.

(Of course the character will be married before the player is allowed to have kids. I assume real children will play my game, am I'm not teaching them to go around and carelessly "spawn" children.)


What would be a good chance of randomly having children? 25%? 10%?


life-simulation interactive fiction. on 6/18/2015 12:08:49 PM

If you played interactive fiction in which you had to control the dayly life of your character, would you prefer if the game spawned children for you, or if you could choose when to have them?

Horror Genre on 6/17/2015 10:04:38 PM

The answer of the question is not "ourselves". It is "something that resembles us, but is somehow strange."

Descriptive random generators on 6/17/2015 3:00:47 PM

Serendipity took it down. I have trying to use it for days, but it is not there. Not even a cache of it.

Descriptive random generators on 6/17/2015 11:11:15 AM

I'm not good at describing, and need to describe every room of a very small flat.

Descriptive random generators on 6/16/2015 6:30:46 PM

Anyone knows a random generator that describes different rooms of a home?

Need help with forbidden romance scene on 6/7/2015 5:12:30 PM

Of course. Let's talk it. I will sure add a thank you note in the game if you decide to go forward with this after I explain.

Need help with forbidden romance scene on 6/7/2015 3:43:00 PM

No, I did not mention that, because based on what I said, I could easily adapt the scene to the fantasy setting after it was done. You are welcome, polite and intelligent teenager.