[Commission] Grandfather's StoryMajoll the Fearsome crossed the sea to our lands many years ago , our wisest and eldest were but young babes. Even before arriving to our shores, he had seen much strife. Once a family man, his love and children were cut down before his eyes, and he was forced to fight in the arena to stay alive for the entertainment of their murderers. The price of his freedom was the lives of the other men who shared his fate. Yet, he still paid that price and earned his escape, but the price was vast.
Every night, he found no rest, for the threats on his life by the kin of the men he slaughtered, real or imagined, came constantly to his bed. He had only one choice, and that was to leave the land of his birth, to board a ship traveling to parts unknown, and to stage his own death, falling into the sea and letting the gods decide his fate.
Through the gods’ watchful eyes, he fought against the waves and the storms, eventually washing up upon our storms, with nothing but the clothes on his back.
[Commission] A New Algorithm Zero stands in front of a series of monitors, dressed up in his fine red suit as his eyes quickly flicker through the many displays, taking in all the data pouring in at once. Just then, the door behind him opens up, and two identical individuals step in. “Sir, numbers six and seven are ready to head out at the first notice of another fragment of project X,” the one of the left says, hands down at his side.
Without looking at them, Zero responds. “No new data from Thirteen and Eight?”
The two look at each other, then the one on the right approaches a console, placing his hand upon a flat palm reader. Electrical signals pass through the android and into the system.
All of the displays flash for a moment before they go to black. Finally, they show a first person view of an alleyway. Standing beside the viewer is another identical man in red, and at the other end is a boy. The boy hol
I am a writer of fantasy and sci-fi fiction, and I began my creative endeavors through elaborate imaginative storytelling through my childhood, often going far beyond the pretend play I did with my friends to fill in lore and setting details in my mind. When I discovered sprite comics at the turn of the century, I tried my hand at making them for years. Around the same time, I discovered the world of forum-based role play over at vgmusic.com. My love of storytelling clicked in high school, and from there, I graduated from Stevenson University with a BA in English Language and Literature, and it is where I also published a few short stories and poems.
Currently, I work as a tutor at a college, as well as a substitue teacher. During my free time, I enjoy running and roleplaying on rponthe.net, setting up creative worlds for RPG game night with my friends, and developing characters and settings to be used in various projects.
My current project is "Dreams of Imagining." It is a sprawling narrative featuring a myriad of characters, locations, and storylines made up from a lifetime of creativity. Starting off as the tale of a single Knight, Dreams of Imagining branches off in many different directions, based on the desires of the readers who give me their feedback.