jamescoker1226, The Reader
Hey. My name is James. I've been around CYS for a while, so feel free to send me a PM if you need any help.
It is the 25th century, and humanity has entered an epoch of unparalleled exploration and conquest. At least 19 inhabitable planets have been found and 4 previously uninhabitable planets have been terraformed and made suitable to the sustenance of human life.
After the destruction of the human homeworld (and the subsequent loss of 300 years of research on long-distance space travel) in 2421, the 19 inhabited planets began falling into various astrographical factions, with only 3 remaining in the hands of the Anthropine Federation by the year 2487. It was not five years, however, before the Federation dissolved entirely and its holdings were left void of human life.
The year is now 2492, and you have come across technological schematics stolen from the Federation by your great-grandmother, schematics which have opened for you a door to great wealth and prosperity. It is up to you, however, to take the reigns of a stunted interplanetary economy and make a name for yourself as the galaxy's greatest merchant and mastermind.
A remake of the first story-game I published on CYS.
You are a ghost, lost in the physical world with little memory of your past life or your recent demise. As the last remnants of your being begin to dissolve, you must evade the forces of Death and Hell to rediscover your identity and proceed to the afterlife.
Recent PostsSchool Based Contest - 2016 on 6/1/2016 8:49:02 PM
Would an obedience school for dogs qualify, if the majority of the game involved the player working at the school?
*Macs versus PCs on 6/1/2016 8:46:48 PM
Apostrophes don't make words plural.
I'm bored. Enlighten me. on 5/29/2016 10:39:33 PM
Become a serial murderer. Let the rain gently erase the evidence of your doings as you escape under the dark cloak of the storm.
Apparently, this is a thing... on 5/26/2016 9:33:18 PM
I understand; he needs at least two millenia of killings and oppression in his name to earn your praise.
Apparently, this is a thing... on 5/26/2016 9:23:26 PM
Haha. True, Rev. Master. Have you considered adding a FUCC.IT ordination to your credentials?
Apparently, this is a thing... on 5/26/2016 9:15:56 PM
Ah, yes, but how do you know that Cthulhu was created by H. P. Lovecraft and not simply revealed to him by divine prophecy?
Apparently, this is a thing... on 5/26/2016 5:44:12 PM
You should also look into the Werewolf Cathedral (possibly defunct) and the Temple of the Vampire.
Apparently, this is a thing... on 5/26/2016 5:28:43 PM
My friend has papers with the county clerk permitting him to perform weddings and other ceremonies in the name of Cthulhu. It's not a joke (well, not any more than any other religion).
Apparently, this is a thing... on 5/26/2016 5:21:51 PM
They are a legally recognized church. They can ordain people.
Edit: for the record "First Assembly of God" spells out F.A.G., but nobody seems to give a flying shit.
Response from Okabe on 5/26/2016 5:16:06 PM
Nope. The Irish apparently outlawed board games after WWII. I suppose it's for the best; those things can be damn dangerous with their sharp corners and small, inhalable pieces.