Eihm, monk and passionate student, is one day betrayed by his teacher and shackled against his will into a cruel, violent and painful world. With naught but ashes at his back he travels with the goal of ending his suffering, and perhaps to once again find the beauty that he thought was in the world. His interminable companion is the new-found curse that writhes inside of him, a demon chained to a mortal prison.
But the monastery that created his runes is pursuing him, and as he heads deeper into the world that he was kept apart from he walks into the territories of those who would exploit the devil within him. Can he manage to survive, protect his freedom, and find a fate where he does not have to continuously suffer?
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A young man, Falin, tavels the natural world in solitude, seeking to document his discoveries in a leather-bound journal that he keeps protected close to his chest. He crarries only this journal, his two swords made of bone, and his curious heart, on an adventure across dangerous and wild lands that grow in strange and beautiful ways.
Inspired by a prompt by Airi Pan.
"Wise Rulers know that their kingdom will fall, Brave Rulers do not despair. Great Rulers know that their riches can rule, and spend every coin with great care."
The fight against greed in the world has been lost. Remnants of pure humanity are scattered far and few between, cowering in despair in the wake of the monstrous forces of the Greed. A lone Queen, however, with a golden crown atop her head, riding her steed with incomparable majesty, represents a new Hope to the common people, uniting them under one banner, giving them the courage and strength that they need in order to fight the Greed which has subjugated and forced them into squalor for so long.
This is the story of the beautiful pixelated side-scroller Kingdom: New Lands, which I highly recommend (and is worth the price tag) finally told with words instead of pixels and music. Where did they characters come from? What is their story? What are the mysterious origins of the Queen? All of these questions and more answered.
It is not imperative that you have to have played the game, but I suggest that players of the game read this, because much of the references will not make sense otherwise. I have kinda built it form the ground up theough, so it is also a story in its own right, meaning you can read it without knowledge of the game quite easily. This work of fiction will incorporate not only characters, but also the very gameplay mechanics themselves. Even if you've never played the game, perhaps look up the mechanics on Wikipedia, or watch a YouTuber do a playthrough, if you're interested. Still, though, I highly recommend spending the few hours and $15.
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This blog is the thought process of an average teenage kid with almost average teenage thoughts. This is the collection of these thoughts. In this blog, I, Heminor, will share some of my deepest mulling as a psychological test case. Stop by from time to time and share your thoughts on my thoughts. I invite you to be another voice inside my head.
This Blog accompanies my entry into the writing world, and serves as a vent for the concepts of everyday life and experiences that aren't expressed in novel form.
One day, a mad God of a mad world decides that he is bored. So he crashes the moon into the Earth. What comes next is a revealing of a dream-like insanity that courses through the world, exposing random people, creatures and situations that you would never be able to imagine!
I'm writing this story to display the stuff of my dreams. Ever since I put my imaginative works on the back-burner, my dreams have become more surreal and honestly terrifying. The dream of the Mad God is the last straw, and so is born a nonsensical collection of narratives that make no sense. And those that do make sense are just dreams I had but more fleshed out.
Also, I make no apologies for the contents of this unnamed Mad God's dream world.
Davis has been an introverted reader for his entire life. At the age of 27 he is able to remain in the comfort and seclusion of his house, reviewing books on his blog to make a living. He never leaves and never speaks to anyone, for good reason: whenever he reads a book, he has the ability to transport himself into the fictional or non-fictional universe as defined by the words written in its pages. This particular ability has given him a unique understanding of all literature, making him the most renowned reviewer in the world. A secret organisation seems to have caught onto him somehow, though, and he is abducted and brought to a top secret laboratory, placed in solitary confinement, hooked up to a strange machine, and is given only one book to read: this year's telephone book.
Step on up and answer these crazy brain puzzles!
Have a look at my profile for the stories that I will write in this universe that need approval.
The World of Fates. This is the fictional world that has kept me company for so many long, lonely years *tears and violin music ensue*
That being said, I came onto here to write it out fully, character by character. I seem to have developed a sort of writer's block, however, and can't find the motivation to do so. One of Penana's main selling points (yes, it is a for-profit business) is the ability to overcome writer's block through community input.
So I overcame the irrational fear of people stealing my babies (it's not even good enough to do so to begin with) and put out there my first writings that took place around 4 years ago (i.e. I wrote it four years ago) so that it could receive creative input. It's muddled. It makes zero sense. Comparatively, the writing is amateurish. But please, if you have anything to say that could help, let me know.
P.S. my original intent was to make each segment in a different writing style in order to find the one which I most liked. Please tell me which one YOU most like :3
In a battle of Evil vs. Evil, who will win?
The Vigilantes, a group of the most evil, the most dangerous criminals, fight their way through a city where only the worst of the worst get what they want. And these lovely assassins always get what they want.
Along the way, however, they end up helping the weak and helpless who have been taken advantage of by those with the power to do so. Civilians have had everything they hold dear taken from them, and so the Vigilantes turn their eyes towards the strongest: those who dare to ignore their battlecry.
Through their misplaced heroisms, the group of villains has come to be known as ‘The Protectors of Justice’ - which couldn’t be further from the truth. Will the civilians come to see through their misled doting, or will crime rule the world?