enterpride, The Novelist

Member Since

1/13/2018

Last Activity

5/23/2022 4:27 PM

EXP Points

1,246

Post Count

484

Storygame Count

3

Duel Stats

2 wins / 0 losses

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Warden

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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.

Cannibal Apocalypse
Pretty sure this isn't meant for the family-friendly category.

Darkest Hour
unpublished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.

General Butt Naked
unpublished
Joshua Milton Blahyi Good endings: Priest Presidente Full crazy victorious civil war Permanent guerilla

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unpublished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unpublished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unpublished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

EndMaster's Prompt Contest on 5/19/2022 3:26:05 PM

Wasn't about to enter but I'm feeling 35 man

I'm feeling it so hard, it's probably illegal of how hard I'm feeling it right now.


Best way to add images to your story? on 5/3/2022 1:22:39 PM
I don't know about the best way, but html img linking towards pictures you've uploaded on a private discord server seems to work the best in effort/result ratio.

Reading with Aphantasia. on 5/1/2022 6:55:28 PM
Damn now we're delving into the faggotry of overexplaining things that are normally automatic and normal and unsaid. So before this dumb fucking picture forcing me to visualize a red square I handled things just fine working with abstract concepts in relation to each other. And while formless abstract concepts are hard to be put into words, and instead just experienced like you instinctively know an apple falls to the ground, they do have attached feelings that are evocative. So if a story tells of a long winding road that cuts through the thick canopy of the dark forest, my mind goes first to a road that doesn't have any physical properties, kinda like an unrendered blender scene, then the long and windyness adds a feeling to the scene and a property to the road that makes it feel deserted, lonely but also peaceful. The cuts adds something of force to the scene with the canopy making me think of helicopter shoots in David Attenboroughs nature documentaries of the rainforest, and the dark forest forms a dark foreboding border to the now safe road. If I try to actually visualize it I get something like a black river through a black landscape, but the feelings attached to the words/concepts are evocative enough to form a sense of the scene. And I instinctively know there's probably rolling hills underneath the trees and a small rustic town at the end of the road. When good writers write descriptions the concepts are interesting and evocative like above, and they use good feeling and sounding words and wordplay that add to that. When bad writers overdo it and start to describe the curvature of the left nose piercing of the third man from the right, it just gets boring and I won't even bother actually reading the upcoming frills of his outfit. On the other hand without any description at all I won't have any abstract scenes to add the characters into and it also just falls flat. Well now I know why to boomer bill's chagrin I absolutely go adjective crazy, even when I afterwards try and edit most of them out without losing the feel of the scene.

Reading with Aphantasia. on 5/1/2022 6:10:49 PM
Can't see the red square either. Still like descriptions when well written.

Red Storm Rising! on 5/1/2022 1:03:46 PM
Clearly not bombed enough then

What Color is your Fart? on 3/29/2022 1:28:36 PM
Good thinking, I'll do that during my next writing session. I'll keep you posted!

What Color is your Fart? on 3/29/2022 1:20:15 PM
It's more like velcro black creeping in from the sides of my vision. That has to be the gas, right?

What Color is your Fart? on 3/28/2022 8:01:39 PM
Black, because when I let rip a big one, that's all I see for a few moments.

Pit of Shame on 3/28/2022 9:40:34 AM
I swear some of their legs even looked disturbingly human

Red Storm Rising! on 3/15/2022 8:38:48 AM
Note that the Russian has their own GPS system called GLONASS. Can't dispute the rest, though it probably doesn't help your invasion when your advancing troops are under the pretense they're heading towards a training zone up to the very point they're under live gunfire.