Digital Raven (digitalraven) wrote,
Digital Raven
digitalraven

  • Mood:
  • Music:

Another Bloody Story

It appears I cannot go two days without writing something, be it a technical guide for beginners or a qabbalistic/gnostic tale of modern horror[0]. I am supposed to be taking a week off, damnit. Which is why I am not going to act on either of the story ideas in my head. I will throw them out here though.

1) Jack Carter meets the Giant Robot genre. A distraction and diversion, see if I can wrap clues about Jack's multiversal cosmology up in a story while still pleasing people who are just after the kind of fun embidies in Tokyo Storm Warning, Big O and Transformers. And do all that without ripping off TSW. Non-trivial, I think.

2) Back to the Kult-world.This time stir in some UA. Tarot-poker going on for hopes, dreams and memories of the players — or their proxies. And when one of the players is aiming to remove all memory of the truth and humanity's heritage... this one would be shared-world but standalone.

3) Vague idea: I want to do something SLA-esque. Most of all, I want to play SLA and then write about what goes on.

[0]: I didn't invent that whole cloth. My eyes alighted on an old copy of the very first English printing of Kult and my mind used that as a base.
Subscribe

  • The Great Migration, Take 2

    This is my last post to Livejournal. If you don't already know why, you haven't been paying attention. I moved my main activity over to…

  • Party On, Dudes

    I wrote a thing on Virtue Signalling in Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure. Originally posted at Dreamwidth, where people have commented. Please…

  • Pounded in the Butt by my Atypical Neurochemistry

    With thanks to Chuck Tingle. Let’s talk about mental health for a minute. Specifically, my experiences, because I can’t really talk…

  • Post a new comment

    Error

    Comments allowed for friends only

    Anonymous comments are disabled in this journal

    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    Your IP address will be recorded 

  • 3 comments