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I wrote: fanfiction for a game that nobody plays:
small orange boxhttp://archiveofourown.org/works/376162 (7, 463 words) It's a fanfiction that fleshes out the journey of a guy who gets a powersuit in this game called Powerup Heroes. Obviously nobody knows what the game actually /is/, considering its sales, but it's not actually necessary to know the canon to read it. (I made it as stand-alone as possible.) (Actually, my brother's the one who's been playing the game. He's 23rd in the rankings last I checked.) Because I wrote it for a Writing class with a theme "The Hero's Journey", I quite consciously based it upon The Hero's Journey, except that some of the steps are mixed up and suchlike. Very normal. What I did explore, because nobody else in my Writing class so much as ventured there, is the ethics of who /is/ the hero, and who isn't, and why. I may or may not have briefly slipped into Author Tract mode as a result, but it's light and easily ignorable. I tried to make the science, if not /accurate/, at least not completely nonsense, so that's a thing that has references at the bottom.
edited 5th Apr '12 12:22:36 PM by orngjce223
"There is no process. Ideas are constant. Execution is what takes time and concentration." - Andrew Hussie
AXTUCE MUN AXTE INCALI've never heard of the source material, but I liked the story. I'm a sucker for anything with an anachronic narrative. I liked the reveal that the emitters had originally been used by the alien's equivalent of superheroes, and the original Volta was the guy who held the other superheroes accountable. I do wish that concept could have been explored a little more—maybe by getting inside the other emitter-users' heads and showing how they justified their actions and considered themselves the good guys? Regardless, I liked it.
War ALWAYS changes. Man does not.Downloaded the mobi version. Worth a look, I think.
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