Interest Check Thread

I know there’s pretty much 0% chance of it happening, but I’d play it even especially if the whole game takes place at 6. :laughing:

Anyway, good luck with your project! All your ideas seem interesting. :slightly_smiling_face:


Norse Mythology game, yes yes yes yes and yes please

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In a potential IF of mine, the MC raises a family of dragon hatchlings to adult hood - and mostly have experiences/adventures with them beyond adulthood.

My question is, how many chapters would you like to spend on raising them before moving into the plot of the story?

  • 1 chapter
  • 2 chapters
  • 3 chapters
  • 4 chapters
  • 5+ chapters

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Would we be able to fight if so could we learn magic


In certain parts, yes. You’ll be able to fight. I would say there’s probably less than a handful of instances where you’ll actually be fighting and one of those times it’s less a fight and more of a “tactical retreat”, if you will.

Also, yes. There is magic, but everyone has it, so it’s pretty redundant thanks to its commonality.

If you’re looking for a combat driven or intensive IF, then this isn’t for you. I would honestly compare the IF to the gameplay experiences between The Boy and Trico from The Last Guardian or raising a pet from babyhood to adulthood.

There is a conflict, but you’re not involved in it and you won’t have a significant effect on it in any particular way. Eventually, the plot will “officially” come into play when someone who has the potential to affect the plot crashes into your life, giving you the opportunity to act as their Mentor, so to speak.

Honestly, I would classify the conflict of the story as something primarily as a “Man vs. Nature” story with a dash of a “Man v. Society” conflict at the edges.

The idea of this story came into being from rewatching How to Train Your Dragon, reading Runt of the Litter for the first time and being disappointed with the lack of gryphon raising, and noticing that a lot of the stories on HG and CG are mostly concerned with younger protagonists and wanting to create a story that involved an older protagonist (29+).


Hi there! This is my first ChoiceScript game! :blush::blush::blush:
The working title: From Chaos (Name of the game can be changed. :thinking:)
My game will be about superhero society and superhero teams! :space_invader::space_invader::space_invader:
Small Part of Plot ( I’m still working on the story line): the game is about superheroes, their superheroes life, and daily life, about their relationship with each other and with people without superpowers, society.
Here I am trying to write a game.
English isn’t my first language, so please excuse any mistakes.


Hi! Does anyone know any overpowered mc in wip? This kind of story is quite a trend in anime right now. Even in closed thread?


Hi guys! After ghosting around the forum for a while now, I’ve decided to pitch this idea of mine. It is pretty bare boned, but this is what this thread is for, no?

Let’s march onward!

The story will be set in the medieval like world of Slavic mythology, where the gods are on the brick of extinction, people are losing faith and pretty monsters are lurking in the dark.

You are one of the people, cursed with the power of the winter. You can imagine that being one of the White Deaths hasn’t exactly made you the beacon of hope or the icon of popularity among your people.

Worse yet, some of your magic has been sealed, making it impossible to witch away the inquisition.

In short: meet gods, fight kudlaks and get back your power (maybe fall in love along the way?).


Seems cool! Any game based on Slavic mythology is a win for me, but what do you mean by “the gods are on the brink of extinction”?

Is there a godly war going on or is the fact that people are losing faith that makes them die out?


Yes to both! Gods are fighting among themselves for believers, because more believers equals more power for them. People, in turn, are tired of the war and are consequently losing faith in their gods.

I’m a somewhat novice, when it comes to the Slavic mythology, but I will do my best to do it justice.


So, guys anyone interested in an Alt history IF


Can you elaborate a little bit more on this ?

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Sure! You are born with the magic of the winter - the magic that is also associated with the goddess Morana, called the White Death as she governs over winter, death and is often associated with the underworld.
People, who are born with her power are called White Deaths and are said to bring misfortune to those around them.


that would be awesome

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Okay, so, I’ve been a loooong time player and lurker, so I’ve decided to maybe try my hand at my first game since the idea wouldn’t leave me alone.

To keep things short and succinct: the working title as of now is Star Boy, it’ll be gender-unlocked (with trans/NB options), and I’m looking to include at least 3-4 romance options total – though I have yet to decide how those are going to work. There will definitely be options to be gay or bi however.

The premise:

You’re young, hungry, and newly located to the superhero capital of the country for your new job, and there’s a baby in your backyard. No, really, there is. Having a kid and then subsequently forgetting it in the bushes behind your sleepy bungalow doesn’t exactly sound like something you’d do no matter how tired work is making you, but there he is anyways. The only clue as to where this little stranger may have come from is the name ‘DIEGO’ embroidered on his blanket and a cryptic message from a long-missing superhero imploring you to protect him. For better or for worse, he’s your responsibility now.

Oh, and that long-missing superhero is your former spouse.

You never planned for a child, especially not after the untimely disappearance that functionally ended your first marriage, and it’s just your luck that baby books don’t seem very useful for an infant who is sneezing fire and floating out of his crib. As Diego grows, you have important choices to make that will determine whether he uses those powers for good or evil or even at all. It’ll be the hardest thing you’ve ever done, of course. Parenting is never easy, but…you’ve never heard the other PTA moms complain about secret societies trying to hunt down their kid or creepy prophecies foretelling their part in a doomsday debacle. Everyone thinks their son is special. Yours just really is.

So this game is going to take place hopefully over years to allow for a deep relationship to develop between you and Diego (and possibly any RO). I’ve taken a lot of inspiration from games like The Witcher 3 and Telltale’s TWD season 1 where the MC has a story of their own, of course, but it’s also deeply intertwined with their child/young charge who has an even greater destiny. Your choices will help shape Diego’s personality, values, and his own choices, which will then ripple across the story in a variety of ways even as you directly handle your own problems.

Now, I know I’ve already referred to him as your son, but I’m really interested in including a lot of RP possibilities without demonizing any of them. I don’t want to do just ‘cool, fun parent’ and ‘evil, mean parent’ because that’s not entirely realistic. You can choose to be warm and protective, and possibly end up overbearing and smothering. Maybe you don’t claim him as your son, but he calls you Aunt/Uncle and knows he can depend on you, he just has to be more independent. Maybe you’re more emotionally distant and hold him to high standards, but maybe that push is what he needs to master his powers.

I’ll be calling him Diego for development purposes, but I’m planning on letting you name him during the first chapter. I don’t know yet if I’ll include the option to have a girl as well (maybe rename it just ‘Star Baby’), but if a lot of people want it, I’ll consider adding it a bit later.


Morsus Mihi (Edit: 11/5/18, a new topic including the demo of the game can be found here: Morsus Mihi, Law enforcement game dealing with superhumans (Updated:11/22/18 Episode 1 45% Complete) )
After finishing season 3 of Daredevil, a familiar idea I had before arose in my head after watching episode 1, why not make a series or book using superhero genre, but from a government perspective? In superhero genres, institutions are often ignored or authorities seem to be way out of their league.

For example, Marvels S.H.I.E.L.D. gives some perspective of how the government deals with powered individuals, but this is overlooked later in the series with other arcs and storylines.
If I take a historical example of let’s say state authorities dealing with increasingly dangerous and armored individuals, look at the creation of the term “SWAT” teams, according to the Historical Dictionary of Law Enforcement, the term: “Special Weapons and Tactics”. It was first established as a specialized 100 man unit, utilizing officers packing more heat than your average beat cop, in response to increasing bank robberies and later, situations dealing with heavily armed criminals.

Morsus Mihi Has you playing in the role of a Law Enforcement unit specialized in dealing with Super-Powered individuals
You the MC, will be born with No Powers. Nada, your just a basic human who can do extraordinarily human feats, but, not superhuman.
Now before I get off track, onto the summary------>


Morsus Mihi takes place in the fictional city of Ryse-Elson,
You play as an officer/agent working for the Ryse-Elson Agency, a statewide law enforcement agency, that investigates or responds to superhuman related incidents and situations. It is headquartered in the city where it was founded in.

By the time you are an adult, the idea of real-life superheroes to most people will have been a reality for the past 2 years. It will be a time where; increasing amounts of Epics are born and begin emerging into the spotlight, governments beginning to find ways to classify an regulate powered individuals, the morality and damage of a Super-heroes method, are slowly called into question.

Main/Important Characters

Deus Ex Machina, aka Deus.
Estimated Age(before death): 30-35
Documented Powers: Superstrength, durability, resistance to small arms & light weapons fire, shock absorption.
Note: Researchers still have not come up with a term for this final power or an explanation on how it works, but, Deus in times of extreme duress, was able to temporarily induce opponents into a paralysis by simply staring at them.

Deus was the first ever documented Super to emerge into the public eye, stemming from the name, his trademark signature was seemly arriving almost always at the right time. He made his first appearance during a hostage situation at the movie theaters were five heavily armed men had taken 50 hostages in the basement levels of a movie theater, their demands, one of their colleagues being released from incarceration. Just as they were about to begin executing hostages, Deus arrived and simply looked at them, paralyzing the captors entirely.

There will be more descriptions to come.

For now, I’m working on finishing the prologue and first chapter, before I upload the demo.


Love this idea, I’m happy to see lots of interesting concepts people have for being different sorts of supporting casts in a super powered world, and getting to basically be Uncle Ben/Aunt May sounds awesome. Would be nice to have the option for a female baby but it’s totally up to you. :slight_smile:

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That’s a dope story idea. can’t wait


Well I’m sold on this idea. It will be a blast to play as a fed who monitors supers


Loved. Just do this and take my Money.