Juranas, The Wordsmith
Dammit, Jim, I'm a writer, not a programmer!
The zombies are dead, the vampire army ran out of sunblock, and the giant killer robot's clearly labeled self-destruct button was pushed. Now the world lies in ruins, and you must search for other survivors. You think there may be someone hiding in the woods outside the city...
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The dragons have come... armies of reptilian soldiers, winged dragons, behemoth lizards, and other foes have launched an all-out assault on Los Angeles, waging war with the armed forces of the United States. You are Jordan Weir, an Apache helicopter pilot who experiences the conflict first-hand while fighting in the USAF against the dragon armies...
"Even in the modern age, the shadow of annihilation threatens to sweep over us. Now, a line has been drawn, and if humanity values its survival, it will defend that line with every ouch of courage it can muster."
You are Lieutenant Jordan Weir, a soldier for Earth in the War Between the Worlds. There are many possible storylines, both epic and action packed. While there is no way to die and all choices lead to completion, your choices will change how the story unfolds, so choose how you think Weir should proceed.
Recent PostsNext Storygame needs a coauthor on 9/22/2009 1:11:32 PM
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Next Storygame needs a coauthor on 9/21/2009 4:58:34 PM
All right, thanks.
Next Storygame needs a coauthor on 9/18/2009 11:03:38 AM
See, this is what comes of me not running my posts through a spell checker first. Good catch.
And the left-off periods are intentional- it's a bullet list, except I couldn't figure out how to make bullet points.
Next Storygame needs a coauthor on 9/17/2009 10:56:36 AM
Thank you for that helpfull insight. I bask in the glorious light of your ingenious solution.
Hang on, I have sarcasm dripping all over me.
Next Storygame needs a coauthor on 9/16/2009 5:14:38 PM
Shadowline: World at War. At the point where I am, the story splits into two paths. I'm working on one, but to expedite things, I'd like to bring someone else on to do the other path.
Must be able to spell correctly or have a system to correct spelling mistakes
Must have at least a passing famililarity with grammar
Must be able to take mild criticism, probably just suggestions
Must be able to come up with a creative plot or, alternatively, work with a plot I create
Must be capable of having fun