Fantasy Epic about Hero who need to retrieve macgriffin name Crystal Gravity that can destroyed the world from the dark lord with his companion
When Dinosaur Roamed America
Edited by ohmmy on Aug 23rd 2022 at 9:46:13 PM
Alt-History where the dinosaurs never went extinct or entirely evolved into Avians, as they developed among humanity. The story is a SOL anthology set in the Americas.
Edited by MorningStar1337 on Aug 25th 2022 at 7:56:42 AM
A young lady is determined to restore her parents' reputation by finding the mythical beast Aegle, rumored to make its home in the forests of Guin. And all she has for a clue is a single, silver feather that her parents found in the town of Clearbrook.
Ladies Vs Butlers
A noblewoman accidentally sparks a war between the aristocracy and their staff. The latter of whom has pent up frustrations of being treated like dirt by the Upper Class Twits.
Digital Cave (I already wrote a plot for Wishes in the Wind, so I'm going with the former here)
Edited by MorningStar1337 on Nov 17th 2022 at 7:34:17 AM
A look into the life of a teenage boy who's shut himself inside his room because of constant bullying, and gets addicted to participating in an online forum about various geek subcultures.
Over The Garden Wall
One summer afternoon, a child relaxing in the family backyard is hit by a ball thrown over the garden wall. They find out that the ball was thrown by another kid next door, and the two of them start sharing letters. However, their social anxiety leads to them never meeting in person, causing their mental images of each other to become increasingly inaccurate.
no-one has to die.
The tale of a pacifist that ends up in a "Groundhog Day" Loop that can only be broken if he and his friends survive the year of 3500. Said friend group are in the middle of a gang war that threatens to tear them apart and kill at least some of them. Thus out intrepid protagonist learn to win without fighting if he wants to save his friends, escape the loop and keep his principles.
In the crumbling ruins of dying cities across the world, the last vestiges of humanity cling to the remains of society as the world humanity once knew is nearing the end of a catastrophic ecological collapse with little hope of recovery. Yet, our protagonists cling to a slim hope, a story they once heard, of the fortress cities flying high above them that were built long ago to provide a paradise of natural flora, fauna, and the technology to save humanity and the Earth. But even paradise has its dark secrets…
Edited by Angelspawndragon on Dec 23rd 2022 at 2:47:36 AM
The fable about King who has broken anything from weapons to crown
Hundred Years' War of the Evil Dragons: Orleans
A modern day retelling of the life and times of Joan of Arc, interpreted as a battle against a megacorp helmed by people that care more about hoarding money than they do pesky things like "morals" or "kindness".
A young man wakes up in the middle of the street to find that the town he lives in has inexplicably been frozen in time, and he has to figure out why. It turns out that time is moving, albeit very slowly. And whoever froze time wanted our protagonist to find a bomb that would take the lives of over a hundred people.
I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it
The tale of a Villain Protagonist. Namely a creepy stalker obsessed with breaking into the homes of young women and recording them as they sleep. Also a tale of a couple that includes a detective that is investigating the breaks in, and the stalker's next target.
Edited by MorningStar1337 on Jan 16th 2023 at 3:28:48 AM
It's about a Villain Protagonist dragon who's a soldier in a long-standing war between two nations with the technological equivalence of the early 20th century. One day, she's given the order to burn a village suspected to be the haven of a local resistance group, and does so. However, soon after, the war comes to an end, and she is to be extradited for war crimes. She spends years on the run, which is difficult for a dragon, what with being so large and obvious, and after decades of hiding in tin-pot dictatorships in poor accommodations, growing increasingly resentful and bitter, and hounded by journalists whenever she steps outside, she begins to grow increasingly tired of her glorified prison. Unrepentant, but unwilling to spend another day hiding, she turns herself in, only to find out that her commander ordered her to burn the wrong village, and she's going down for a war crime she didn't even do correctly. She manages to escape shortly before her execution with the help of her old commanding officer, who secured a high-ranking position in the new government, by threatening to expose him for having given the order. She makes a beeline for the village she was supposed to have razed to "finish the job", so that she can be executed for the war crime she actually did, but is shot down just outside of it by her former commanding officer, who, instead of keeping to his word of merely saying that she had escaped, reported her for what she planned to do and thus silenced the only person still alive who could have connected him to the original order.
The post-apoc tale set on New Jersey.
Edited by MorningStar1337 on Jan 20th 2023 at 8:10:05 AM
A hapless young man mired in debt is forced to participate in a twisted death game for the bourgeoisie. He almost makes it through the first round before being unceremoniously killed by a competitor.
Then he jolts awake and finds himself back to the day he’s set to join the deadly game. He realizes he has somehow acquired the ability to go back in time, and decides to use it to survive and win his freedom.
Falling Sells of Feeling of Flight
A pilot publishes his friend’s memoirs detailing their life from when they first hopped into a plane to fight in WW 2 to joining a famous airshow as a stunt pilot, and, finally, their death when their plane’s engines lost power and crashed into the ground, briefly leading to the airshow’s boss using the event to create documentaries to sell to streaming services since the airshow had been slowly becoming less and less popular.
“The Ironblood Soul”
Edited by Angelspawndragon on Jan 26th 2023 at 3:11:41 AM
Event of Azur Lane where Bismarck and Ironblood fight against Siren using everything until Bismarck was left alone
A Military Moe series about the all-female moslty-teanage or younger crew of a warship that competes against other warships in a nautical sport.
Also, a deconstruction of Military Moe in general that focuses on the nature of Child Soldiers and the exploitation of the girls in question, as the sport is actually training for the Great Offscreen War and a method to boost morale for the male soldiers, resulting what is a crew of broken women fighting for their lives in conditions that convinced them they had already died and went to hell.
A manga set 65 million years in the future, where the descendant species of humanity, which sprang from all the different environments humankind exposed itself to during the colonization of the local galactic supercluster, begin thinking of themselves as totally alien due to how different each appears from one another: retaining only the basic humanoid shape between them and the loss of information regarding their origins from all the wars they’ve wage with each other worsening this. The plot focuses on a bureaucrat in the tax agency of the polity in control of the human homeworld as they deal with the rising threat of civil war and general incompetence from their superiors, all while seeking a way to travel away from Earth for better pastures for both themselves and their parents.
The Iron Crown’s Stars
A historical musical about the various rulers who were held to be coronated with the Corona Ferrea, starting with Charlemagne. The ironies and gradual decline of the Holy Roman Empire are key themes, notably the fact that the actual roman empire still exists at the start of the play. It ends with a sudden cut to the discovery in 1993 that the crown contained no iron in the first place, the crown not being irony being itself an irony. (Puns feature heavily.)
A person discovers that what they’d been told about their heritage wasn’t true, and resolves to find out why they were lied to.
‘‘Out of the Dark’’
Horror story about a dude escaping a dark location, but winding up in another one. Along the way he finds out that he had wound up on a lightless world where nocturnal monsters are three to thrive and prey on hapless folk like him, as well as get clues that things aren't quite as they seem
Edited by MorningStar1337 on Jan 29th 2023 at 4:44:32 AM
In the year 891 CE, a group of Norsemen warriors travels to the land of the Anglo-Saxons in search of plunder and glory, but find something they did not expect while raiding a monastery; portals to another realm. The realm therein they dubbed the Valkyrie Dimension, for it contained beings who were winged humanoids that resembled Norse women. The leader of the initial plundering mission, Ragnar, chose his group to travel deep inside the dimension to potentially gain vast power. But unfortunately for these men, many threats awaited them there.
"The Tale of Fire and Clowns."
Edited by ANormalPerson on Jan 31st 2023 at 4:55:02 AM
A tale of juggalo arsonists fighting juggalo anarchists (of the non-bomb-throwing kind) that is surprprisngly a serious deep dive into how culture wars are formed and how otherwise good men could be suckered into evil by grifters
Someone moves to a village in the Yukon area, and adapts to rural life.
Crystal Gravity (if I already used this title before I apologize)
Edited by MorningStar1337 on Aug 23rd 2022 at 7:38:02 AM