enterpride, The Novelist

Member Since

1/13/2018

Last Activity

7/23/2021 8:41 PM

EXP Points

1,040

Post Count

366

Storygame Count

2

Duel Stats

2 wins / 0 losses

Order

Warden

Commendations

164
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Trophies Earned

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Storygames

Featured Story A Treatise on Heartly Manners

A contest entry for Bucky's year's end contest: choose your own prompt II.
Play as Lord Robert, the baron of Rivellon, at the lowest point of his life. He's cheated on by his wife, betrayed by his liege and filled to the brim with a turmoil of conflicting emotions.
How does his life end? 


Brimstone
Allow me to share my story.

Brimstone Expanded Ed.
unpublished
Innocent one, take notice of my tale, for this story speaks of unspeakable things that are best to be averted.

Guns of the Future
unpublished
The year is 2478 and the human race once again finds itself within Sol's borders. Like a phoenix from our bitter past, we have risen anew.

Like Aeneas, we had been cast out of our home. We searched the galaxy for a new home, and like him, we found it and made it our own. We struggled and were battered by the harsh conditions. But now, both ready and willing, we will eclipse the legends of old.

Now we shall fight to reclaim what is rightfully ours.

Neglected
unpublished
This is my neglected story.

zExpedition Aquarius
unpublished
For centuries, man has scoured the stars, desperate to find its likeness. Thus far all was for naught; empty husks and barren rocks worked hard to crush his dreams. There was just one anomaly, one beacon amid the darkness. This is its story. This is the story of man's first foray to the stars.

An entry to Mizal's Tiny 'topias Jam. Where a lot more little bite-sized stories are -and will be- shared by other authors.


And for those that don't have the extension, and thus can't click on the storygame to open it, here's a tiny backdoor left open. Feel free to make use of it, and even leave a comment if you like.

Expedition Aquarius

zLetters Unanswered
unpublished

An epistolary novel containing the desperate pleas of a sole father. How will he bring his daughter safety in a city ripe for rebellion?

An entry to Mizal's Tiny 'topias Jam. Where a lot more little bite-sized stories are -and will be- shared by other authors.


And for those that don't have the extension, and thus can't click on the storygame to open it, here's a tiny backdoor left open. Feel free to make use of it, and even leave a comment if you like.

Letters Unanswered

Recent Posts

End Master's Manifest Destiny Contest on 7/20/2021 1:45:08 AM
I'm already regretting this decision

End Master's Manifest Destiny Contest on 7/20/2021 1:42:46 AM
The local AI overlord commanded me to enter.

Connect to Page on 7/19/2021 5:15:16 PM
The hustlin niggaz realise you can make a page as long as you like

The Pit of Eternal SHAME on 7/19/2021 12:51:34 PM
Shame.

Wizzy is dead again on 7/17/2021 6:05:19 PM
Anyone who doubts my prophetic accuracy can first suck my dick and secondly look up (hi) my impeccable results at predicting the noob contest. Also, these were his last words. Ignore the imposter currently masquerading as our favorite cat. F

CYBERPUNK CONTEST 2021 on 7/17/2021 4:53:06 PM
Here's my unfiltered scorecard, ranked and everything. Congratulations to everyone who finished his or her piece. Engineered desires, (3) - There was nothing to engage the reader with and read more like an abstract (what if we could hack our brain), than an interesting story. Moreover, it was almost proslethysing and thus stands in stark contrast with the genre it's supposed to be in. Also, why the fuck would you turn in a rushed piece when you've still got thirty days left, although you could call that being the true winner of a contest. Gig. (4) - While the action and suspense made it better than the previous entrant, the endings felt too rushed and the language too disjointed to really enjoy it as it stands. While I can ignore the many mistakes, the plain language read as if a drunk told a too good to be true story. Metric measurement of death (4) - A broken link seems to be in line with the short rushed atmosphere this piece radiates. However, unlike the other two, I could enjoy the writing and the action, especially on the barber path. Nothing bad, but nothing too good either. A pretty solid middle-hitter designed to stay out of the pit. 3rd place: Krisis (5) While the effort is clearly present, the lack of paragraphs and a weak opening bounced me off the story. And while I appreciate the sandbox start the game, the complete lack of narrative made all descriptions, names and factions overbearing. 2nd place: Sylicon Lipstic (5) With the language used being low-bearing fruit, weighing the ranking down, the explicit torture scene and detailed cyberpunk setting pulled this story up towards the five out of eight. As always with Mara's stories, you encounter things you never thought of before, like booths of brainsex (are the nostrils artificially widened, or is it VR?) and deepthroating eels. 1st place: FAILsafe (6) With an engaging story, good dialogue, and a visceral torture scene, this entry ends solidly at the very top. A good enjoyable read well within the cyberpunk genre.

CYBERPUNK CONTEST 2021 on 7/13/2021 12:42:13 PM
Congratulations on the ones who finished, nothing but shame for those that didn't. Especially the two that should be banned. In the meanwhile I'll try to fit the reading in between the beach cocktails and lounge ports.

CYBERPUNK CONTEST 2021 on 7/12/2021 3:49:32 PM
Deadline soonest. One last evening lads. Onwards, for glory and country! Or was that the wrong genre?

CYBERPUNK CONTEST 2021 on 7/11/2021 11:06:48 PM
Deadline sooner

CYBERPUNK CONTEST 2021 on 7/10/2021 7:43:17 PM
Deadline soon