What kind of story would you love to read?


#83

Can’t wait :dancer::dancer::dancer::dancer:
Also love at elevation will be interesting :heart_eyes::heart_eyes:


#84

Yep! Gilded Rails also ought to be good in that department…


#85

I have a few concept that i’d love to play but i can only think of two right now :

a story where the MC is ‘THAT’ sibling, you know ? the one that would get chained in the attics if he wasn’t noble / royalty but since he is, he get isolated in a part of the castle , kind of like the sister of the vampire in Touhou or that guy in the manga ‘Enma’ and as is usual with this kind of character, he is very strong, depending on if it’s realistic or fantasy, he is either strong enough to break someone’s arm like a twig or strong enough to break a dragon’s neck by hugging it too hard, and basicaly your father die in the war, your mother can’t take it and die of sadness and your elder sibling (the heir) decide to get ride of you but you accidently ‘break’ him and his soldier while thinking you’re playing catch so you end up the new monarch, with no idea of what you are doing, the IQ of a 6 years old and too strong to be assasinated (or strong enough destroy armies if it’s fantasy enough) and that’s when the story start

and…by the time i finished to described the first ‘set up’ i’d love to read, i completly forgot about the second, i really hate when that happen


#86

A ln Xfile type of game. Player needs to uncover aliens :alien::space_invader: I want to read science fiction games for a change :blush: don’t really care about romance.


#87

I’d love an X-Files like game :grin:. I’m surprised it’s never been done yet actually


#88

Would love to see more supernatural-themed games, but rather than the usual vampires and werewolves bit, it’d be interesting to see things like ghosts and ghouls and the whole death and Grim Reaper ordeal.

Also! I’m a sucker for zombie apocalypse universes and since ZE: Safe Haven is on a hiatus for now, I’m on board with any other zombie-themed games :revolving_hearts:


#89

Evil/suspicious summer camps are one of my favourite settings in novels and I’d love to see a choice game set at one. Or even just a normal camp slice of life thing if there were no monsters or cultists in involved. Something about being out in the woods far from anywhere makes an interesting dynamic.


#90

There’s one of those coming out later this month :slight_smile:


#91

One with dinosaurs that mainly focuses on them while dinoknights was pretty good I don’t feel it actually used the premise very much as it was very short with a lot of railroading so we didn’t get the full satisfaction of dinosaurs.


#92

So I just talked about romance on the other thread then came here and saw this :sob::sob::sob::sob::sob:


#93

You should check out the Grim and I if you haven’t :grin::grin:


#94

I’d also like a story where we are a Slasher monster, like Jason Voorhees from Friday the 13th or we are member of a family like the Sawyer in texas chainsaw and you can either have the MC be the normal guy of the family and basicaly play it like a slasher version of the munsters or he is the next ‘freak’ / chief of the family


#95

i would love a modern vampire game (like choice of the vampire but with modern day background) i actually have a story but i dont know nothing of choicescript.


#96

a detective game would be amazing. like mentalist or something of the sort


#97

As I usually say some seriously messed up shit. But I have a New normal idea.

Law and Order SVU: Superpower Victims Unit.
“I’d use invisibility to spy on people showering” sir you’re going to have to come with us.

" I was mind controlled against my will" we’ll find out who’s responsible.

Etc.

I want to make a what concept would you like to see in a story. I want a game like Wayhaven or Any supernatural game to consistently have neutral/ apathetic options but if you choose them all you discover something is legitimately wrong with your character like you’ve been made tranquil like in Dragon Age or something.


#98

Wayhaven chronicles is a modern vampire game where you play a detective.


#99

A game with an MC that is super powerful, but has terrible moral dilemmas and makes the player make ethical decisions.

Such as, if the main character is a god or immortal archmage of some sort, and has huge followings in many countries. Then, two countries that both worship or deeply admire the main character go to war. The two have moral standpoints and beliefs that clash fiercely, and both believe that they are in the right. They both send envoys to try to convince the MC to lend their support to them. You would make your choice, and see the full consequences of your choice. The country that you denied your blessing to genuinely believed they were in the right, and they took huge losses defending what they believed in…how would you deal with the ethical problems?

I feel like so many deity characters have become so detached from everyday life and emotions. Like Overlord. Seeing someone make a story centered around an empathetic deity character would be super interesting.


#100

I would also love to read a story whose location is about the human body, since I don’t get to see that often. Some sort of mad-science story would also be highly appreciated, in the vein of Impossible Creatures. Also steampunk is not discussed often in literature, and anything based on pure horror…

Oh, and something based about human psychology and the depths of the mind


#101

In terms of kind of stories I always enjoy, there’s something alluring about the idea of “replacing” another being - as in taking over a form already existing in the world and coping with challenges it brings. The ORPHEUS Ruse toyed with that idea, as well as some other stories on other sites, that I struggle to remember right now.

Apart from that, as a kid I loved “Honey, I Shrunk The Kids”, and would love to play a game revolving around that idea.


#102

Heck yeah, I’ve toyed with the idea of doing a story as a size changing superhero in the past and playing with perspective, and of course we know there is a, ahem, ‘community’ for that sort of concept… :wink: