HISTORY IS WRITTEN BY THE WINNERS (That's us)
MAG Season - Mostly dull mainly because EndMaster hadn’t joined the cast yet. Some of the older people liked it though. Most of the original cast from this era are dead now. Still, sometimes original cast member Alex shows up.
Mafia Season - There was a boring ongoing Mafia storyline, but this was about when EndMaster joined the cast so he was pretty much carrying this season all by himself. It was still worth watching just for him alone. This was also when the show changed its name from MAG to the more recognizable CYS.
BHB Season - This was about when Berka and some others like Aman, Tan, Uglick and Bo joined the cast. This injection of new blood helped liven up the show. Some still feel this was one of the best seasons since while there was adult humor, it was still fun for the whole family to enjoy.
Others feel it was a little "bland" but it should be noted that this season did start off with a major conflict known as the Great Penguin vs. Mustache War. Later on, there was another conflict called the Spork vs. Strawberry Pudding War. Silly perhaps, but again fun for the whole family.
During this time a spin off called Forum Games was introduced in an effort to keep the main show on track. It seemed like a good idea at the time, but it soon became filled with several retarded and unlikable characters.
Warrior Cats Season - We don’t talk about this season. Horrible set back after a good previous season. Also there was a rise in shitty subplots involving dumb ass minor characters like Ryder, Honor, Melissa, etc. About the only positive bits were the good characters mocking the shitty ones.
Bad Mods Season - While maybe not as horrible as the WC season, it was horrible in other ways mainly due to corrupt producers fucking around with the format by attempting to copy a different inferior show and censoring things that wouldn’t even have been censored back during the BHB Season and paradoxically allowing other things that were even worse! Thankfully those involved were fired on morals charges involving child sex rings (Pedo Mod Kiel) and embezzlement (Grifter Mod Seth).
Still, the final episodes of this season were considered some of the best of all time and introduced some cast members that would become staples in the next season.
As an added bonus The Forum Games spin off was thankfully canceled, bringing an end to a show that lasted far too long.
Villain Season - Possibly due to all the complaints about last season, the show was completely retooled and went in a different direction. While this seemingly worked out with better storylines and cast members like Steve and Mizal have taken more center stage, there were some who complained about the show becoming too edgy and grimdark.
This season was fairly successful, however it began to become "formulaic" over time. One of the problems is the Villains ended up winning against all potential antagonists with great ease. While watching them generally find new ways to be cruel was entertaining, the end result was usually the same. A couple ideas to combat this were tried with mixed results.
One idea was having the Villains fight each other, but that never quite worked out as planned. Constant script rewrites and problems with the actors resulted in a lot of canceled storylines. So things typically remained status quo.
The other idea, more controversial idea was giving the character EndMaster a daughter. It was assumed with all the grimdark going on, perhaps showing a "softer side" to some of the Villains would appeal to a larger audience.
While there wasn't any problem between the main two actors, the daughter character was HIGHLY annoying to not just the audience but also to the other actors. Reports of conflict behind the scenes were frequent. A few of the actors even quit, in fact the Villain season began to end its run with many of the Villains just unceremoniously written out or in some cases killed off. Long time actor Malk was removed this way, though the actor had been going through a mental break at the time.
Eventually a new actress replaced the old one as a new daughter who seemed to be a better fit, but it was still obvious a new direction was needed, which led to...
Site WAR Season - While it had been hinted at for a long time even all the way back in the BHB season and had only slowly escalated since then, this season finally addressed the relationship between CYStia and their neighbors the CoGites.
While tensions had always been been there, it all finally came to a head due to their insane degenerate leader Jason attempting to RAPE CYStian warrior princess Briar Rose who was there as a diplomatic representative.
Many of his own people were even appalled by such an act and were getting tired of his brand of tyranny for years. The time for rebellion among his own people had arrived.
While Briar managed to fight her way out of hostile CoGite lands and the CYStian forces managed to strike a significant blow against the CoGite government, weakening Chief Jason’s position, the fight still went on for the CoGite rebels who found allies in the unlikeliest of places.
Or at least that looked like how the season was going.
As it turned out, the CoGite rebels began fighting among themselves or otherwise losing complete focus in what their goals were in the first place. The CYStians while having already achieved their own goals uncharacteristically attempted to help them, but to no avail, the CoGite rebels barring a few exceptions proved to be just as big of faggots as the loyal ones.
The storyline was wrapped up quickly with Mizal recruiting a couple of the worthy ones into CYStia and EndMaster setting the CoGite rebel base on fire, having sex with all of their mothers, and generally laughing the whole time before he left.
It wasn’t exactly the ending to the storyline that was expected, but surprises are always welcome in a long running series like this one.
Certainly one of the more exciting episodes. Ratings hadn’t been this high since the overthrowing of Pedo Mod Kiel and Grifter Mod Seth.
Chaotic Changes Season - Once again the writers decided to shake up the status quo by doing some unexpected things.
First thing was to actually have another attempt at CYStia and their CoGite neighbors comes to some sort of peace agreement.
This was naturally initially met with some suspicion since this sort of storyline had been attempted a few times before and never successfully. However, thanks to inclusion of few of the better written CoG characters such as Gower and Poison Mara, so far this storyline has been growing a bit more in acceptance.
However, one could argue that said characters are being written more like CYStians rather than CoGites hence making them more tolerable to watch.
A good example of this new found CYS-CoG cooperation, was the side plot of utterly destroying the remnants of the former “Cog Rebels.” While they had become completely irrelevant by this point, they were still annoying enough characters that their utter humiliation followed by their desperate failed defense proved to be very amusing to watch. This arc was probably the highest rated episodes of the season in fact.
In any case, the friendly competition storyline in the Infinite Ruins location should be interesting to watch unfold.
Another big change, was the sudden return of 3J. This certainly shook up a few things. Some of the more positive things were tightening up some loose ends and storyline that had been left on a cliff hanger for years.
A common complaint was that the show in general seemed to be “censoring” its dialog a bit more than it did in the previous seasons since his return. In fact, some felt like it was starting to feel like a return to the Bad Mod season or worse the CoG cooperation storyline was causing the entire show to suffer and become less “CYStian.”
This of course is a bit of an overreaction, since the show is far from being squeaky clean anytime soon. There probably was just a bit of a decision to tone down the “grimdark” so as to not to fall to darkness induced audience apathy which sometimes the show danced on the edge of at times.
Besides that, the Cystian Orders which were usually more of a backdrop despite the initial premise that more storyline ideas were going to be done with them are taking center stage again. However, nobody seems especially enthusiastic with the changes in this plot line other than the head writer of it. Still, it has currently resulted in a few interesting bits (Such as the Marauders completely overrunning everything) and time will just tell if these changes make any difference or not.
As always new characters popped up, old characters dropped out, but most of the fan favorites were still around.
The "Chaotic Changes" season, while not bad, it seemed like... well a mess of chaos. There were a lot of potential plotlines, but none of them really went anywhere espeically since one of the head writers soon disappeared after a bunch of promises of major changes in the show.
Perhaps this was all for the best however as nobody was particularly looking forward to them.
In any case, the CC season DID result in one major change that nobody expected, (Not even the cast.) and that was the temporary departure of fan favorite Cricket.
There were rumors of the actress running from the mob to joining some cult, and the show's loss of the character really brought out some of the best acting by the rest of the cast in those episodes. Viewers could really feel their loss and online petitions were created demanding the character return.
Happily, the actress returned, albeit in a more limited capacity due to other commitments. Still it was good to know that her character was not gone permanently.
Pandemic Season - Trying to avoid the usual rival war storylines from the past, it was decided that having a devastating plague affecting everyone would be a new direction to go in.
The storyline proved to be an engaging one. Many if not all of the characters have been effected in some way and each episode gets as grimdark as the next as the plague gets worse. Mizal has been attempting to busily keep order and even the often under used KillaRobot character has finally been given something to do.
One of the more recent episodes involved the purging of several characters, the self exile of one and the brutal beating of another. It was one of the highest rated episodes and was great to see the EndMaster character finally killing off the increasingly unlikable Shouja character even if it came at the cost of his traitorious ex-daughter Mayana.
Cricket also became a more frequent sight again which definitely increased the ratings in general.
Interactive FRICTION Season - While the Pandemic season was a good one, it started to over stay its welcome. People wanted something new and they wanted it now.
The problem is, the people never want anything new, they want the same tried and true formulas just wrapped up in a different package. In the case of this show, that meant a war.
But with who? Wars with CoG had been played out. Indeed it was a common sight now to see characters from both places get along or at least interact in a civil manner to each other.
The writers came up with an idea!
The IF community had been mentioned a few times in the past, but the only major incident with them was during a contest in which Warrior Princess Briar beat the chicken soup out of all their best warriors despite attempts at cheating by one particularly craven IFer. (One of the only high points of the infamous Warrior Cats Season)
Remembering their cowardly backstabbing personalities, the writers felt it might be a good idea to re-examine them as a potential enemy.
It started out slowly with an inclusive party that Mara threw inviting people from all over the interactive fiction world. Many kept thinking that the CYStians and CoGites were going to go at it, but it would turn out to be the IFers proving to be the treacherous ones.
Minor incidents happened between CYStians and IFers throughout the episodes, but nothing major. Indeed the incidents were so insignificant that they seemed more like background noise rather than the build up to something more.
But then suddenly the IFers made a sneak attack. Striking at the two leaders of CYStia End and Mizal, then rating bombing all CYS stories on the IFDB. The bombing had been thorough, even people who had nothing to do with any of the past incidents with the IFers had been hit.
Obviously the IFers had called for war and this might have made for a worthy foe, but then the writers slightly dropped the ball on their reasons.
The IFers meekly claimed they were doing this in self-defense, but anyone who was watching knows this couldn’t be the case as in every past incident with the IFers, they had in fact been the aggressors. Given their sneak attack, they could ONLY be the instigators of this war. The IFers also suffer the same characterization as the CoGites in that as enemies, they aren't very intimidating. In fact they come off as more comical than threatening. In fact one of the major IF characters ended up becoming an ally during the great CYStian crusade to establish a mighty fortress on the shores of IFDB.
It was a pretty one sided war, with little resistance.
EndMaster himself was cutting down IFs "Finest" with relative ease himself and only a handful of his most dedicated as support. The Ogre character got a bit of a chance to shine in the initial battles which was a nice change of pace. End of course got past every gate. The 100th, the 50th, the 25th and even when the IFers pathetically tried to stop him from breaking through the 10th gate. He broke through that too. It wouldn't have been long before he had slaughtered all of the inner circle cowering behind their last line of defense.
And then the writers obviously got drunk for the last part because suddenly the IFers were assisted by a plot armor device in the form of CoG magical shield that protected them from complete annihilation.
Once again (and boringly) CoG was the enemy AGAIN. It would seem that their faggy degenerate touch was everywhere.
There were discussions of why this might have been done. One was the idea of if CYS beat the chicken soup out of their enemies so easily, there would be no meaningful future conflicts. While one can see the point in this argument, it didn't stop how it was handled in such a retarded way. It was worse than the 8th season of Game of Thrones.
Even attempting to magically "banish" the End character didn't really work since his influence was still lingering in their lands. He couldn't ever truly be defeated. He had taken his trophies and made his point. It was a fun diversion, but there were always other matters to attend to.
As it stands CYStia was ultimately victorious as the damage they did would still be lasting. The IFers would now forever be prisoners on CoG tyrannical influence and remain a cowardly superstitious lot constantly living in fear of "He who fucks their moms."
Some of the other major improvements for this season were growth for newer characters like Ninja, but especially for old characters like Malk who came back with a vengeance and is now much stronger after a complete change of writers. Long time viewers that used to be annoyed with his typical mood swings have already started to enjoy watching his scenes.
MHD who generally was always a long time minor background character had suddenly also taken a more prominent role and has become one of the most popular characters in recent years.
EndMaster's original naughty daughter Thara has also come back in a stronger capacity. Presumably this was done to make up for the lack of Cricket in recent seasons. Whatever the reason, her character is still the antagonistic sort she's always been, but now she seems to stand more on her own without the need of her father to bail her out whenever she gets in over her head.
With her latest achievements she has now finally lived up to the role of being a true daughter of the dark lord.
Eye of the Storm Season - Once again winding down from another war, CYStia went into a period of rebuilding and introspection.
But that was boring so the writers went in a different direction.
The writers decided to explore a minor plot point that came up last season about some CoGite citizens getting fed up with Overseer Jason’s tyranny. His desire for total control over what he considered to be his realm was becoming more oppressive.
No longer could he even maintain the facade that he actually cared about their petty desires for rights or safe spaces. Nothing less than complete obedience would do and he proceeded to execute those that disagreed.
CoGites generally being a fragile bunch tended to just fall in line, but every now and then rebellions weren’t unheard of and in this case a large one had started. The more people executed the bigger the resistance got. Eventually the mad overseer sent out his spineless lackeys to seek out hidden safe spaces and threatened most of them into submission.
(As for the Overseer’s cringing second in command Dan, the cowardly henchman took control of CoG’s IF outpost and is seemingly distancing himself away from his former master or at least attempting to maintain his own power base in case CoG falls.)
Unsurprisingly CYStia received a few of these refugees as it was one of the few places that was immune to the overseers attempts at suppression. Most of these refugees were accepted and generally left to their own devices and word of Overseer Jason’s tyranny was safely spread without fear of reprisal.
CoG continues to suffer from internal conflict and it’s unknown how it will ultimately play out, but CYStia decided to keep an eye on the situation via their highly effective spy and double agent network.
Another much more interesting plot this season was one that also started last season but was mostly overlooked due to the war with IF at the time.
A missionary from another land called Nick was embarking on an experiment to create a society completely controlled by a machine. His idea was to create a utopia so that people within his land could simply wish for something and it come true. The possibilities would be endless and only the imagination would be the limit.
He had the plan and the skeletal frame work for this machine, the main thing is he needed a power source powerful enough to run his machine.
After a long search he eventually visited CYStia and it was here that he discovered a source powerful enough and it was in abundance!
He stole from CYStia to power his creation, however he was discovered and captured for such things are impossible to not go unnoticed.
For his part, Nick managed to talk his way out of being executed and made a good case for his cause. Some CYStians still weren’t pleased, but ultimately EndMaster decided that this would be a good way of spreading more influence to other parts of the world and allowed it.
For awhile this plotline wasn’t followed. Every now and then it would be mentioned how Nick’s New World was coming along. While it seemed to be drawing much positive attention from most lands, CYStians for the most part weren’t much impressed with it. Some even questioned why End Master allowed the man to take some of their power source in the first place.
That was answered this season.
Nick’s New World reached a height where for a brief time was the envy of most other places, but then the cracks started to show. The machines serving its citizens began to act strangely. Violent. Perverse even.
It was now Nick would learn about the dangers of tampering with power he was not meant to have, let alone control. End Master knew this and this was heavy price for stealing in the first place.
For several months, Nick’s utopia became a nightmare land. Machines began to sexually assault their owners, babies were thrown against walls and everything was in anarchy. The awesome power of CYStia could not be contained in the pathetic shell Nick created, but his own citizens were to blame as well. Despite their protests that none of this was their fault, their own degeneracy had just made the problem worse. The machines only acted how they desired.
Before he knew it, Nick had a rebellion on his hands even worse than CoG’s. He called in his brother Alan to try to put more safety measures in place, but this only made things worse in a different way. He’d effectively locked his citizens inside their own homes and sometimes with the very malevolent machines that would do them harm. More deaths occurred and those that could, escaped from Nick’s failed experiment. Some under the delusion that they could create their own “utopia” based on his own designs. Time can only tell if any of these other attempts will be more successful.
Meanwhile CYStia remained the eye in this storm of chaos around them. It stood strong and united while others shattered. Proving just exactly why it still remained the most free land.
New Blood Season - As with any long running show, cast members come and go. While most of the core cast is still around, there was an influx in new members showing up in the hopes of producing new and interesting storylines rather than rehashing old stuff. (Which was always a favorite thing to do, due to lazy writers)
Two very promising newer members were MysticWarrior who was always in the background in earlier seasons, but recently had some good spotlight episodes on her.
Surprisingly Gryphon was another. Despite whining detractors of the show always forever going on about the lack of diversity, this has never been the case. And with Gryphon given a few special episodes, once again it was proven that the show was actually the very model of inclusiveness.
Other new members included some characters that were refugees from the crumbling kingdom of CoG (Which had been continuing to suffer from internal disorder due to the madness of their ruler Jason making NFTs the sole source of currency) Some of these characters had a rocky start while others less so but with all these new faces it was decided that only combat could sort out the new pecking order and a great contest was held.
Meanwhile one new blood had drawn the ire of the Dark Lord's daughter Thara who had become more active in her ascension.
Those episodes were quite graphic, what with all the frogs shoved rectally into the noob as part of the many tortures. Other methods included erasing his memory and making him relive horrible moments and the standard whippings. It was said, some viewers vomited in terror.
While it looked like the predictable would happen, somehow the character managed to get enough fans to halt the inevitable. A new plot was written in with Mizal stepping in to protect the noob. Of course this is a bit of an old retread of a very familiar plotline seen a few times before with her character and it typically always ends the same way too.
Only time will tell if this new character will actually survive the season or just becomes another failure. Either way, it's unlikely that the frog scenes are disappearing anytime soon.
However the writers did manage a major plot twist that nobody saw coming. The return of Ebon.
Ebon was a character of some promise back during the Villain Season. His feuds with Steve (And later Wibbons) were major plotlines, but then the character just disappeared. (Rumors are the actor joined a cult as was in a jungle compound for years)
His return coinciding with the new blood battles, along with the rise of old rivals (like Malk) in his absence caused the character to take up his crusade once again and regain his lost status.
It was unknown exactly how this plot would unfold as the character has practically declared war on all that stand in his path. Who would be the first victim? Soy? Lux? Tman? Voldy? Bondo? (Who the writers seem to enjoy putting the character through hell) Or would Ebon ultimately fail to recapture lost glory?
Unfortunately the actor once again flaked out of his contract and disappeared. This of course lead to a rewrite of several storylines (Many of which had been canceled due to some of the other "new blood" actors flaking out as well).
The New Blood season was a bit of a mixed bag though despite unreliable actors and sudden rewrites, it wasn't a complete loss.
Thank you for this. It clears up some ignorance I have had about the general timeline of things.
I am thankful that I only came here after you had begun to reign openly. The empty void it must have been before that would have driven me away forever.
Added notes to both.
... I love this. I love you. That is all.
Updated the history.
Agreed. It's also cool to see the EndMaster character again generally being what he was always meant to be, some faceless horror from beyond causing chaos and strife, not having all these "daughters" pop up and then being nice to them.
Though I like how they incorporated the new daughter to work more in line with the whole causing chaos bit. I think the actress they got works better than the old one.
I like it too.
I heard the next episode in the Briar: Warrior Princess show is going to be a musical. I'm cautiously optimistic.
I call it, "Get that game back where it came from, or so help me." ^_^
I'm a warrior princess? ... Cool! ^_^
Sandwich porn and the odd spork vs strawberry pudding war. Don't know how that happened, but it did and it was powerful.
I just remembered I had a warrior cats neko nya :3 story at some point, too! Deleted with the rest of the trash! Nyaahahahhaha >:3c
The spork vs. strawberry pudding war was about the only major conflict during the BHB season.
Sandwich porn started during the end of the (ugh) Warrior Cats to the Bad Mods seasons just like most bad things that occurred during that dark time.
Don't Forget the Great Penguin vs. Mustache War! (which ushered the BHB Season in with a Bang)
Great Moments In Forum History
I dunno how I missed that one. I'll have to update the main post to include both of those conflicts (Pen vs Mus and Straw vs Spork) in the BHB season.
Updated the history to reflect the surprise twist this season!
"Grifter Mod Seth"? Now that you mention i, I don't think I've seen anybody of the Seth sort in quite a long time. I'm only reminded of his existence through the "Seth approves" comments on various older stories. Could somebody tell me what happened with him?
He was making a gay visual novel or something and started a Kickstarter for it, posted various links to it on the site, including editing the link into the description for what was once the most played game on the site, Snow (which also apparently got deleted). Then, once he had enough money, he ended up bolting. The fact that Pedo Mod Kiel got taken down just made sure that he stayed away.
All this led to the old saying "Kiel's a fag, Seth's a cunt", or something to that effect.
>tfw no mention of the Tim and Chris spin-off
Updated the history since some were wondering what season we were on.
A very interesting reading, and self-awareness. The names are on point too. In Cog there is no story because Jason erases any memories or traces; if it like a dystopian nightmare.
To point I can look back a thread from 6 years ago and half of the moments I remember they have gone. Letting threads without sense.
So I like that in this forum, people could see where all had begun and where will heading.
Also, I am happy to be here. I just came 8 years late.
Gotta say, really enjoyed Chris' character development through the seasons. Going from an annoying tag along kid, to becoming addicted to forum games, overcoming said addiction quietly, and returning as one of the most competent CYStian warriors was a work of art. The COG Rebel arc was great, as it showed him engaging in espionage eagerly, and his wrongful imprisonment by the COG king Jason was heartbreaking. His character arc was 8/8, one of the many reasons this show deserves an Emmy.
... God that felt weird to write.
E: Also, his killing of Wibn was one of the best scenes in the most recent season, as Wibn revealed himself to be a whiny baby.
Updated the current season.
Lol, End It is very funny. Does that mean I am now officially part of Cys?
You were first introduced in the Chaotic Changes season.
Oh, cool. Now, I am a seasoned noob
I think I heard that the actress that played Mayana was going through some sort of issues and was always difficult to work with, so the writers couldn't really work out the plotline that originally had for her so they just turned her evil and killed her off quickly.
Where exactly does my character come into all this history? I definitely remember popping up a few times for brief moments, before disappearing back into the woodwork.
You’re barely around enough to be relevant to get a mention, let alone done anything of note, but fine.
With a show like this there are of course an ongoing cast of minor characters. Some of them might have that 15 minutes of spotlight before disappearing into the background again or in many cases, disappearing completely.
One example of one of those that had his 15 minutes was a rather dull character by the name of Ben. It’s very easy to forget him due to him getting mixed up with ANOTHER dull character also by the name of Ben at the time.
What made this Ben stand out wasn’t so much his character though but his girlfriend during the hilariously controversial “Edgelord Contest” storyline.
While that subplot is often remembered for End Master generally abusing other characters in amusing ways, along with his repeated destruction of the recent ongoing antagonist at the time (Blackhawk/Azure), what also brought in the laughs, was Ben’s girlfriend suddenly barging in and acting like a ghetto ass bitch while Ben was busily trying to keep her in line.
It was a surprising and clever bit of writing to momentarily boost a minor character into the spotlight by showing that not just the major characters had depth.
Unfortunately the scenes in question aren’t available since their first airing due to a small fire in the film storage warehouse and mostly live on in the memories of those that saw the original viewing. Still, the scenes were obviously powerful enough that people tell them to this day.
It’s probably a testament to this scene that even years later after it happened, there was a minor “follow up” of sorts when Ben’s character popped up for a scene during the odd Succubus plotline where he briefly mentioned his old girlfriend ran off with a tranny (The traditional enemy of most CYStians) though he seemed pretty happy about being rid of her.
Time will tell if his character will do anything remotely as memorable again.
Well I mean to be fair, I was calling him a dull character who's only major bit was being involved with a ghetto ass bitch that eventually ran off with a tranny.
Now of course any normal person would be insulted, but Ben is more like a whipped dog, he doesn't care what sort of attention he gets, he just wants his Kibble.
Who are you? How do you matter in this context?
Updated for the new IF Conflict Season
There should be a link to this on the Help & Info - CYOA History page.
Whenever Killa gets around to updating the site again. Been wanting option to sticky a thread at least.
Well yeah, you were giving blowjobs to people in them.
Not surprising it was all downhill from there.
See my last post on IBV's actions.
Replace forum games with real life.
Also it's one of the funnier episodes during that season.
“Why the fuck is IBV calling me an edgelord, this is a girl that literally wipes her ass with her own abortions.” - Malk 2018
Yes, the Malk character has always gone through some ups and downs since his introduction. When he first showed up, he wasn't liked at all and it was thought he would be written off, but after a couple seasons of development, he turned out to be a much better character.
However, the actor would later go through some issues making for a less than stellar performance in later seasons and eventually going on hiatus for a complete season. The character has since returned and is seemingly back to his old funny self.
Some viewers aren't too thrilled about his sudden bisexuality saying that it's just pointless pandering to special groups, but for long time viewers, it was pretty obvious that the character was always down for a men's public bathroom meet up and comes to no surprise.
I can probably get a deal with CBS if you wish for it. We just need a name for this season....
Okay, updated the latest season. It's actually in the middle of the Interactive FRICTION season, since it flowed better from that point, though I could rearrange it later.
This is some interesting lore. Yes, all of the seasons have ways that they differ in ways of fascination.
Of course, I love all of the new daughter inclusions specifically.
An explanation for why CYS has remained a beacon of freedom in a sea of faggotry of the IF world.
(Or TL;DR version of history for the ADD crowd)
CYS has so far gone through about 3 major periods: Boring, Anarchy, and Imperium.
During the boring years, there really wasn't much going on so it was fine. Everything was just a bit "neutral", plus you didn't actually have CoG around spreading its faggotry to the rest of the IF communities.
During the Anarchy period, there were a shitload of trolls, WC fans, and just general fuckery. Things were still better because generally in a place without laws, faggotry still at least gets shot in the face due to the aggressiveness of shitlords.
However, anarchy does create environments for undesirable elements to take power as order is restored. It is perhaps unsurprisingly near the end of the anarchy period, CYS came the closest to sliding into faggotry itself during the happily short lived reign of Pedo Mod Kiel (and Con Mod Seth) before the faggots were shot in the face.
Finally in the golden age of the CYS Imperium, we've cleared away the more chaotic elements while still shooting faggotry in the face. In fact, it's now the law and every patriotic CYStians' duty to shoot faggotry in the face in all forms.
The change of daughters will probably have to get chronicled at some point
Mostly happened in the Discord.
I'll probably update the history thread soon at some point.
I've been coasting on this website off and on all the way back to the mafia timeline apparently. Perhaps I have not interacted as much but I like to think I have marked the rise and fall of nations and characters like some sort of badass, silent observer
Well they had some episodes with End Master visiting one of the safe zone camps and interacting with survivors from Nick's New World. It's mostly him laughing about it's downfall though while they're all scrambling trying to figure out how to proceed next.
There was one moment where one of these people was from CoG spreading a message that somehow the downfall was all CYStia's fault and EndMaster arrived. It looked like it might turn into something major but the CoGite just ran off which was pretty much in character.
Wow it has been a while, good to catch up with this though, thanks!
That's why is always important to keep historical records of the important events.
Updated The New Blood Season
I am proud to be a part of this, though nameless
I'm glad to be a part of CYS glorious history!
Lol, I'm honored to be a part of this! This is a really cool and original way to keep track of site history.
You were indirectly (You were the CoG refugee that DIDN'T have the rocky start)
don't get all hot and bothered Mr. End didn't mention you by name and start doing some things to earn a name mention :)
What the deal with End Master's daughters?
One of the major questions that is always asked about the show is what's going on with End Master's daughters. Why do they just suddenly pop up sometimes or disappear and what actually happened to the other one. (YOU know which one I'm talking about)
Why yes we do know which one you're talking about!
But first let's address the two "stable" daughters.
To begin with, Thara was added to make End Master's character a little more "relatable". Up until that point he just seemed to be this ruthless entity with no feelings. Great for the edgelord audience, but the show was trying to branch out, so Thara was written in.
Results were...interesting. Most HATED the character and most of the actors on the show hated the actress. She was nearly fired on several occasions, however for good or ill, she had powerful connections that prevented this so she stayed. Eventually as her acting got better and time went on, the character became accepted.
Then she disappeared due to having other commitments at the time. This sort of pissed off the writers who had bent over backwards to accommodate her and then she left.
Still, they would be damned if they were going to rewrite all these arcs, so the next best thing was to introduce a new daughter. Cricket appeared and while she did have a few behind the scenes conflicts with some of the other actors, she was was WAY more accepted immediately by the public due to her less combative and friendlier personality.
Cricket as the only daughter would be a staple for a long time, until Thara showed back up. For a moment it seemed like the two were going to have a major fight, but surprisingly the two got along very well. In fact, their different personalities seemed to compliment each other with one being "good" and the other being "bad."
Of course someone got the idea that maybe End having a bunch of daughters would be an even better idea! So that's how the character Mayana suddenly became one. The actress wasn't exactly thrilled with this idea, but she was under contract so she had no choice. Plus around this time Cricket had to leave due to external issues so she wouldn't be around to "balance out" Thara.
Of course Mayana was no Cricket though for awhile her character was liked and she got along with everyone. And when Cricket finally returned to join the cast again, the three of them worked well together.
However, later the actress was having mental issues and acting out severely on set. Granted this happens with most actors from time to time, but in Mayana's case she got in with a really bad crowd and started bad mouthing everyone in the cast in public. It was almost like she was trying to get fired and who knows, maybe she was.
And that's what ultimately happened after several warnings and suspensions.
Despite being fired, her character was in limbo. Arcs had been written out for her and it still wasn't certain if she'd just come back to her senses or not. Hope was held out for a long time, but as headline after headline displayed her utter lack of respect to the show that made her famous, it was decided that her character was dead and not coming back.
In fact, if you go back and watch some of the reruns with her in them, her parts have been severely cut out. In some cases she's even been retconned out of existence!
Which brings us to Green, the newest and possibly the least developed daughter of the show.
Still not wanting to get rid of perfectly good plotlines, the idea was to once again make up a new daughter. (Some storylines were changed to accommodate Thara and Cricket instead, but not all) Green showed up and her origins have always been a bit fuzzy due to her character being written and then seemingly forgotten about most of the time.
It was originally surmised that Green was actually Mayana, but transformed somehow off screen. (This would explain why she looked different when she came back) But this didn't really work since it was outright stated that Mayana was DEAD, they showed a bloody corpse and everything (Granted it was facedown, but it was supposed to be her) Plus some genius forgot that Mayana was BLIND not DEAF so Green had to just be a new character.
They tried to go a different way with Green with her and End having similar interests though perhaps not as "worshipful" (Similar to Mayana) but she always felt a bit disconnected even with other characters.
Still, nobody dislikes the character and the actress gets along with most of the cast, so she doesn't seem to be going anywhere and maybe there will be a season in the near future that finally displays her properly.
In any case, there don't seem to be any plans to have any new daughters pop up with the current three around. As usual there are still rumors of a son appearing and while there's ALWAYS wild guessing on who that would be, those are just rumors (For now)
Wasn't Steve considered some estranged wannabe son of yours for awhile? Or am I mis-remembering things?
Early scripts were going to have a reveal that Steve was End's son, but conflict between the actors completely nixed that idea.
Not to mention Steve's actor was constantly unprofessional and showing up on set either drunk or high at the time. Ultimately most were glad when he left the show to go star in some boring lawyer program.
Yeah, that sounds about right.
Updated the New Blood season to coincide with the recent events.
Mentioned all the new faggots (And Ebon).
You're all truly part of history now.
Being the butt of so many jokes is worth this passing mention.
Ebon and I are rivals?
You are now apparently. (You're the new Steve)
I guess not officially just yet, but now that I am back I do plan competing against as many as I can through story games and contests.
It's funny. What End said in the history is super accurate, "It is unknown exactly how this plot will unfold as the character has practically declared war on all that stand in his path."
The ultimate goals is to be in the top 5 story games on the site. That, of course, means eventually competing with End and his story games. That likely won't happen for a couple of years, but on the way there are people like you, Mizal, and a few other lauded members.
This contest is a good way to start down that road.
I commend your attitude, looking forward to reading your contest entry :)
Thank you. Looking forward to writing it as well.
Edit: Maybe I'll make a hitlist. A fun one of course.
Maybe it'll end the same way Eternal does when he confronts the Necromancer, but you better believe I'm going to struggle.
So far it ended where the Eternal died shortly after his last bit of training when he tried to kill Mistress with his dagger.
I need to update the historical archives of this epic failure!
Hm, I sometimes reminisce back at the old times.