I thought it’d be fun to ask which story idea sounds the best
Also these are directly from my google docs which is why my weird sense of humor is injected into everything.
Genres are sorted in order of what I think fits best based on what I’ve written/thought of for scenes!
Society unravels quickly under the threat of a deadly consuming virus (disease? mutation? we’ll get there.) This isn’t really fleshed out, I only have pretty purple narration: “Society was brought to ruin by an uncontrollable spreading fire. The world was torn apart from fever—so why weren’t we?” .
Probably a male/female MC option. Maybe romance? Varying ages. As for choices I think it’d be interesting to have panic management / leadership points just as an important part as survival.
The premise: Major themes would revolve around perseverance and identity. I know what you want instead of an actual description, more prose. “Cavities poked at the edges of my smile but I still looked at you – they bled when you said yes.”
Leaning? male MC. No romance. 99% chance it won’t be on Episode because of certain scene ideas. Mhmmm probably college age or somewhat older. Some choices in this would matter but others would play into the situation of the story and be meaningless.
The premise: Werewolves but they were created through genetic experimentation and they’re an extremely vicious species that has decimated the human population, the weakness to their current power structure? Mates.
Probably a male/female MC option. Could be romance, that’s right – stick it to those werewolves by kissing and not dying. Also might not be on episode – whoops? Age? Who knows? Maybe it’s a coalition of grannies hunting werewolves so they can have fur blankies. Panic management would also be good for this, mainly the choices would affect how successful either side is.
(horror, thriller, mystery? it’s a genre for sure.)
Description so far: Alethia Hope Laurel, an aspiring journalist, experiences a reality bending event called a “distortion” seemingly at random until she meets the man she’s meant to interview. Elijah Grey, an elusive writer with a clock that never ticks and secrets written between the lines.
Potentially both male and female MC (Alethia or Elijah) but more likely just female, depending on their finalized backstories. Probably no romance. For them to have successful careers I’d imagine they’d have to be at least late twenties: I’ll have to research functional adults before writing. Not sure about what choices this one would have yet.