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Verse and Ven Plan to Write Things
« on: August 04, 2017, 10:49:20 pm »
The ultimate compilation thread of all the ideas we keep having and logging into the queue. I will try to keep this master post updated as more things come up/I remember other things/you remind me of stuff. I'm 100% sure there are more than what I have here, but these were just the ones on the top of my head.

The Wishlist

1. Heroic Heroin: A hero spirals into deviance in pursuit of punishing his greatest nemesis.

2. Academy Avant Garde: A schoolboy snaps when his best friend begins pursuing a girl, heartbroken that his friend never noticed his feelings.

3. Scraps: An immortal soul has been passed down in a family for generations and sewn into new Frankensteinian bodies to suit each master.

4. Artificial Daydreams: An AI is allowed to pick its own chassis parts by its creator, leading to confusing and uncomfortable confrontations about the relationship of creator and creation.

5. The Birdcage: A girl born with wings has been treated as sub-human and caged all her life. Comfortable with the status quo, she believes being set free is tantamount to abandonment.

6. Galatea 2017: A doctor is commissioned by a wealthy man to turn a girl into the “perfect woman,” and he becomes obsessed with his creation.

7. Butterfly Bones: A photographer interested in capturing haunting beauty uncovers a crypt in an abandoned building and awakens a ravenous, ancient monster. Seeking to keep their new muse fed, the photographer descends into madness.

8. Pretty Syndromes: An obsessive girl locks up her lover and a girl she believes is flirting with him. At least one of them is dangerous.

9. Cherry Blossom Hair: A series of characters try desperately to avoid the tropes they were born for.

10. Scoundrels: A turn-coat soldier helps occupy his own home town and takes his deceased best friend’s sister hostage. 

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Re: Verse and Ven Plan to Write Things
« Reply #1 on: August 05, 2017, 02:46:14 pm »
So excited for this!

lesse what I can remember too

totally blanking now under pressure.

attached more detailed explanation posts as link in the titles. Should we change the color for titles that have links in them?
 

11. Academic Blues: New lecturer/teacher during their trial employment has to deal with being targeted by the principal's son, who carry quite some weight.

12. Revolution Conclusion: Three siblings in a courtesan bloodline struggle with their roles in a new, post-revolution, freer world when all they've been taught all their lives is now null.

13. Monster Fighter classical romp: Student of The Kuroita School must struggle in an elitist environment to become strong enough to fight the monsters that are a consequence of new space traveling technology. Blood and gore mixed up with familiar hormones.

14. Psycho-gossip: Girl accuses resident bad-boy of possessing monstrous powers. Mystery unfolds with proof of supernatural activity that seems connected to the girl and her imaginings.
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« Reply #2 on: August 05, 2017, 02:48:44 pm »
Revolution Conclusion

Bloodlines of courtesans have become the norm among the high court, and legacy courtesans as well as people with great genes for the cast are paired to breed tailored generations of new such servants for the highest courts.

Along comes the revolution and topples the regime.

Our story is played out between three siblings, raised to hate and love – as was the desired mood of the highest ranked courtesans – the world they’d been bred for. Their courtesan mother and breeding stock father are relieved their children didn’t have to serve like they did, in-fact, the world around them expect them to be happy not that they can pursue whatever lives they want that do not entail slavery for other’s pleasures.

But there is something brewing in the youths, one boy and two girls. They have heavily romanticized the duties they were never made to preform, and feel unsatisfied never to do what they feel they were meant to. The brother and the oldest sister begin comforting each other, and find some heart in it while deceiving the world. The youngest sister, the favorite of the household, feels left out without knowing why, and is then hurt and furious when she discovers what her older siblings are doing. After some back and forth, the brother manages to convince the youngest sister of his devotion to her, and she is content with the attention from the man she adores, and doesn’t notice the sullen glances the older sister and he shares in the house.

Could be played out a a snippit in time for a thread, or be our next nanowrimo thing. Or just a fun thought project that concludes with this, haha.

Monster Fighter classical romp

The space traveling program pluck/drop and its tech invited fiends over to our world and planet. Because of over population, human kind is still forced to use p/d for stellar migration, but it litters the home world with foreign monsters, enhanced by p/d. People now trust in individuals from the Hance program to meld their genetics with stemcells from any given Fiend to inherit a fraction of its ability. P/D sends a volatile burst outward when used, and it displaces objects and individuals from other dimensions as a cost to pluck and drop a vessel from our world. The transfer to our dimension from another bombards the object or lifeform with the Mem-particle. The Mem-particle has to this date only contributed to make any race volatile toward humans.

With only a small enchantment compared to that of a Fiend, an individual from the Hance program must rely on advantages in the human intellect and physicality to bridge the gap between themselves and the Fiend. More often than not, Buster Category Fiends possess extreme strength and destructive capability while lacking in speed and agility, while Rush Category Fiends are much faster but less robust. Hance are often seen using opposite abilities to combat Fiends, armed with LifeLocks, a common name for Anti-fiend weapons.

Hance with a larger slayer potential are given better positions within the system. Hance start at 0 potential and are assigned own titles after 1000sp. There are twenty-something titled Hance in the monarchy of Japan at this time, almost all of them are stationed in Tokyo, and a majority of them were produced by Kuroita High-School. It is colloquially accepted that the school produces fitting Hance.

The procedure of enhancement of a human being by fusing with a Fiend starts with procuring a DeHost. It is preferable that a DeHost is a Transmutant. Tarnsmutants are people who by some unfortunate coincidence occupied the same space as a Drop, and shares biology with a Fiend. The common biology will aide in the enhancing process of a future Hance. It is not impossible to use a non-transmutant DeHost but attempts have not been successful at an acceptable rate. There has been one recorded case, Akeio Hakutsa, where a transmutant was able to function as a Hance. Akeio is seen as an exception, as most transmutants perish shortly after they have been joined with a Fiend by a Drop.

The Kuroita School has an advanced enhancement program, and their facilities, called NaviChamber are patent pending. A specific scholarship will afford students the choice of becoming enhanced. The moral of this passed 3 out of 5 boards and has been completely legal for three years, before that a trial had to be carried out for each student suitable for the process. It has not gone unnoticed that any student compatible with any newly captured DeHost is granted a scholarship with access to the NaviChamber.

It is inevitable that the country is watching Tokyo, and especially focuses on the students of Kuroita High.

could be a cool breeding ground for all the lighter anime tropes,  eh?

Psycho-gossip

Been thinking about this one for a while, could work as a short or as a... long? Normal? Anypoops.

This girls, sweet, known to be the ace nicegirl, dreamboat, all that. Her bf is a stellar good guy. We can play this anime if you want, but that's beside the point.

There's this party, and suddenly she runs out of a room, clothes out of place, ripped even, and then after a while the bad boy shows up in the doorframe - my fav type, a bit clever, dark, misunderstood type that'll knuckle you to the floor. She accuses him of being a demon, and that he has tentacles. At first it sounds like mad ramblings but then he hovers over the ground and someone he looks at is flung against the wall.

Spoiler: It is actually she who's telekinetic. And she had a badgirl kinda personality beside her current one, and she actually lewdly seduced bad guy. The thread could be them trying to get to the bottom of what happened, and her mind keep rewriting things since she can't take the trauma of being that person, and the bad boy keeps protecting her from her own mental breakdown, but things get more evident as they go along. All the while the other persona who has a serious girl-on for bad boy keeps rearing her head.


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Re: Verse and Ven Plan to Write Things
« Reply #3 on: August 08, 2017, 10:23:43 pm »
I think changing colors for ideas with links is good, and we can add notes with links to the actual threads when they happen too!

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Re: Verse and Ven Plan to Write Things
« Reply #4 on: August 09, 2017, 09:43:22 am »
I need to see this list checked of eventually! haha, what a world we live in. edited the links.

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« Reply #5 on: September 01, 2017, 06:50:24 pm »


15. Cruor Day: Eating your fellow human is accepted. What comes of the world?

16. Sword's Trace: What if a cult of swordsmen became the only allowed enforcers?

17. Whispers From Caves: A commander has unholy success on the battlefield. Her prowess in matters of war might have something to do with the shadowy person she keeps as adviser. What is the price of her continued triumphs?


Cruor Day

A revolution of a new craving has given the world a new object of desire. It is now accepted to want for other people's flesh. With it comes a trade and an undercurrent. This vice will make its own heroes and take its own sacrifices. Maybe siblings are caught in its mayhem when meeting adulthood, maybe this new currency will give rise to sordid deals, cults and even casual enjoyment.

Sword's Trace

In this formerly blade-warring world there is now a ban on all such weapons from magical overlords. Out of propriety, a small cult is the only remaining fraction allowed carry swords. The cult has now grown into an industry that rules the world, policing it with its cutting power. You are sworn into its religion, but the political struggle within and its prominent members are becoming volatile.

Whispers from caves

In a world where magic bleeds into the politics of men, the sword clanking casts have a hard time seeing the enchantment. She is the commander over a small but strong-hearted band that believe her when she says she'll bring glory to their cause. What they don't know is that the tall shadow she advises with is born of the war-realm itself, a demon that helps her sway the tides of battles if she can keep his interest. Will her ambition be enough to intrigue, or will he test her with all the moral thorns that line the path of any commander? Maybe she'll makes choices that yield more blood for his satisfaction, despite their just mission, or maybe there are things pure idols can offer dark things in tents that don't have to do with war? Surely the men that put their life and worship at her feet would rethink keeping her on their altar if they knew about the nature of her sacrifices for them.
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