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I've been following this awesome quest over on tgchan and I was hoping to share it with you guys.
Enemy Quest is a Romance/Science-Fiction interactive comic in the same vein as Ruby Quest and its more recent Spiritual Successor Nan Quest. It follows the story of one Zack Nguyen as he's hired by a government agency to take place in a cultural exchange program with Earth's newest residents: the Visitors, a collection of four alien races from another dimension.
The Visitors first came to Earth when they opened a portal between their dimension and humanity's and started invading. Thankfully a truce was eventually signed and now an uneasy peace has settled between humanity and the Visitors, allowing immigrants from the Visitor's dimension to make their way to earth. This is where Zack and others like him come in. How are they supposed to learn about their new, alien neighbors?
Simple: interspecies dating!
Zack finds himself representing humanity as he gets romantic with 4 pretty alien ladies, each representing a species of Visitor.
The comic has several moments of drama and humor, can get pretty NSFW at times, and the writing remains of the highest quality throughout the threads. I definitely recommend it.
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edited 5th Apr '15 12:17:09 PM by fire238
I am really enjoying this story. It is humorous but doesn't use a lot of pubescent humor. It is intelligently written and has a good fan base. Thank you for introducing me to Enemy Quest.
edited 4th Apr '15 12:17:50 PM by Sudi
Not a problem!
My main goal here is to try and raise awareness about it and get more people to join the threads. The author has done some amazing work in the past, like Oren, Static on the Wire (Still in progress), The Tyrant Star, and Council of Wizards (Still in progress).
I recommend giving them all a look, if you're interested.
edited 4th Apr '15 12:35:35 PM by fire238
Thanks for cluing me into his other works. I will be checking those out.
I would suggest starting with Oren. It's one of his earlier works, but the style and skill he demonstrates with it are no less admirable than they are today. It's a great jumping on point for his future works.
edited 7th Apr '15 8:18:09 AM by fire238
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