Tim36D, The Wordsmith

Member Since

4/4/2014

Last Activity

5/24/2022 1:55 AM

EXP Points

474

Post Count

2518

Storygame Count

1

Duel Stats

64 wins / 33 losses

Order

Warden

Commendations

15

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Just your average silly motherfucker.

 

Trophies Earned

Earning 100 Points Given by BerkaZerka on 03/08/2021 - About Time Doncha Think? ^v^

Storygames

TechNOIR
coauthor

Noir story in a cyberpunk dystopia. Four types of endings: deaths, bad endings, good endings, and one perfect ending. See if you can find them all, it shouldn't be too hard. Endings are tracked using the score variable: zero means death, one means bad, two means good, three means perfect.

Special thanks to:
Tim36D - For listening to me ramble on about the idea, making suggestions, and writing a few pages.
ISentinelPenguinI - For playtesting.

Finally, if you notice any bugs, please PM me and I'll get to work on them as soon as I can (though I do believe they've all been worked out, can never be too sure).

Mood music.


Recent Posts

EndMaster's Prompt Contest on 5/22/2022 2:42:51 AM

Hi Offended.

I'm Tim.


EndMaster's Prompt Contest on 5/19/2022 11:31:53 AM

You know, I've never entered an official contest here before, and I've barely even done ANY writing of stories, so I think now would be a good time since I'm fueling myself with pure defiance.

I'll take 25. I like wild west stuff.


Swift wants to write about fee-fee's and zombies. on 4/21/2022 7:55:11 AM

Taking this into account, would it naturally be easier to grab a soul from the waiting room than to grab them from whatever afterlife they've moved onto? In fact, how long does it hypothetically take for a soul to move on? Would it depend on the soul in question or is it like waiting for your number to be called at the DMV? That is to say, would yoinking the soul of someone who died a day ago be easier than the soul of a guy who died two days ago?

I imagine that pinching someone from an afterlife would probably be reserved for someone specific in mind that the necromancer intentionally wants to bring back in a major way and not as a random fodder goon.


Swift wants to write about fee-fee's and zombies. on 4/21/2022 7:07:56 AM

Here is a question that was not hypothetically asked:

Swift, for this theoretical fee-fee storygame, what are your thoughts on a possible afterlife that these souls are perhaps being ripped from? If there is one in this scenario, of course, do you plan on posing the conflict of "You asshole, I was really enjoying heaven" or "Thank god, it was actual nothingness, please do not send me back"? Or has this preplanning stage not progressed into this territory?


Retarded Musings on 4/21/2022 6:54:30 AM

Dang.

Gunned down, just like that.

This really is the Wild West like MHD's drawings always said.

Good thing this is fantasy Wild West where we have necromancy, but the good kind.


Red Storm Rising! on 4/15/2022 9:28:55 PM

It allegedly also had a piece of the True Cross onboard.

This makes me think some sorta cool Indiana Jones shenanigans were secretly going on in the background.


Harry Potter: Sorting Hat Quiz on 4/5/2022 6:52:26 PM

That was indeed the reason that Goblet of Fire is tied with Prisoner of Azkaban for my favorite.

Just them poofing back and the crowd cheering and band immediately playing sends some sorta vibe. Cedric's dad had a really good actor too for that moment.


Harry Potter: Sorting Hat Quiz on 4/5/2022 6:40:09 PM

I have not read the books and the story from the movies kinda mixes together a bit but Cedric was my favorite character.

It's kinda weird that he is Batman now.


Harry Potter: Sorting Hat Quiz on 4/5/2022 6:28:44 PM

I like Hufflepuff, so this was actually the ideal option.


Hello everyone, I'm back on 4/5/2022 6:24:51 PM

I think I have a vague memory of this contest, but we got a lot of them these days so they all kind of blur together. I'll have to look it up later.

Anyway, welcome back. I hope you stick around.