In this world monsters and creatures of myth are real and when they were reveled to the world by a certain event, the world governments united to eliminate this threat and at the end of this brutal conflict most creatures were killed, the others were enslaved or studied. The enslaved had only one job and that is to kill the ones left in the world, the old gods.
At the current time the few gods left are on isolated islands. The world government sent ships to the locations and each of them has a team of 5 mythics to kill the gods on the islands. On one of those ships in addition to the mythics, there is a boy drafted into this military operation by his grandfather named Hashi.
Choose a character that died in one of your stories or a character that you have not written of yet but want to test out.
Your character will wake up in an unknown dark warehouse with only the bare essentials. All of the contestant's characters will be separated into different warehouses in this old, abandoned town. It's up to you to guide them into meeting up with the other contestants to figure out where they are and how to leave. If your character has powers then those powers have to be taken back throughout the story.
The direction of the story, twists, and turns, all depend on your creativity and teamwork with the other participating writers. I hope this will give birth to new friendships and renewed creativity.
The Cast of Characters:
Jayden/Cordis by Tenshi no Yami
Vandal "The Best Boy" by Ciro
Nu "The Best Girl" by Imascribble/Ciro
Senshi "The SpitFire" by HeartlessYT
Magpie "The Quick-witted" by Ernest_Writer
Moryuu/Talon by Blankmarks
This is a continuation from the contest (Hosted by Blankmarks) of the same name
(Please check out the other participants for more great works!)
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