Multiple ending stories?

The current name for it is Embers (I think I may stick with the name) it hasn’t been published yet, but it will be a vampire story (but not exactly the kind your thinking of) the chapters will be extremely long (like over 1000 lines long, but mostly cause of all the coding I’m doing :joy:) it will in some way in involve war and the characters will be very diverse but not only in color (atm I have 1 character that is color blind, blue-yellow colorblindness, and another that has PTSD, oh! and another that is mute)

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:astonished: you have to pm me when you’re done!! I HAVE TO READ IT!

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sure thing :joy: I’ve done extensive research in those fields (PTSD, colorblindness, and muteness) as not to misrepresent them in anyway. :heart:

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oh…and

there may or may not be an ending where all the Main characters die

:wink: :heart:

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lol :joy: well I’m down for the challenge!

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Moved to Episode Fan Community since this is not related to story creation. Make sure to check out our Forum Tutorial for more info about where to correctly create topics, and feel to PM me if there are any questions. :wink:

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Those are amazing :scream: I love multiple endings , they made me feel like I and my choices matters…
Welp lots of thriller contests entries are multiple endings one…
And I had read lots of those…but I am too lazy to open app and check :no_mouth:

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For me, I don’t need multiple endings to make a great story, but I have enjoyed (am enjoying) some amazing stories with multiple endings.

The Ruby Tiara by @wincyyellow
Detenu by @J.Miley
Ghostwriter by @EliseC
Cyberstalk by @EliseC

Not complete, but supposed to have multiple endings.
Moonlit Feathers by @wincyyellow
Dead Roses by @Beeble_Hope
Chicanery by @J.Miley
The Infected by @Caitoriri

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I love multiple-endings stories and I really enjoy reading them. I like that I have to be more aware of what I choose because the choices actually matters.

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You’re so sweet. Thank you for recommending my story!

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Yw!

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What’s the code to Daniellas computer?

I can’t tell you

Sorry!

Itz ok

OMG! That’s such a plot twist, though :joy:

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My favorite is Brozoned by Mette M. Peleikis :slight_smile: I’ve read the story twice because it’s that good. You can choose from 2 different love interests and in the end you make choices about your family, friendships, career, and fame.

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This is the first time my stories have been on a rec list and I am just so tickled :sweat_smile::blush::smiling_face_with_three_hearts: Thank you so much!!!

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Honestly It depends, like in story where your choices depend on saving your life and all of that I actually LOVE those but yeah

A gooooooooood story that is spotlight is

Maternal Interests - By I believe Elise C

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