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on Sun Dec 14, 2014 5:38 pm

Zekrom & Reshiram
Zekrom & Reshiram
Well, after deciding to release my final copy of Silver Moon due to being rather satisfied with what I've done, I think it's time to move on. I'm an imaginative person, and I think after three years of trying to decide what I want for that damn series after revealing it to you, I have more ideas in my mind.

I want something dark. I want something that is very different, yet similar to Silver Moon. How do I do this? I don't know. But I'm going to be honest, a lot of ideas inspired by definitely Diablo, and a few other games. More references? Obviously. But more than likely not as severe.

I'm going for a style that obviously includes both heaven and hell. Now, this isn't a rip off. But heaven and hell are copyright #bible420 and I unfortunately cannot call them that. Instead it'll be called Angel Land and Demonic Infernal Intestines. jk

I'm going with The Inferno. This story is about hell. I won't reveal much else other than another idea that I wouldn't mind fitting into this, or it'll be for a different story in general.

My idea is obviously heaven and hell. But what about it? My other main idea that I've had in my head for months now is time compression. Space and time. How will this play out?

Gimme your thoughts on this.


on Mon Dec 15, 2014 5:30 pm

Yoshi Egg
Yoshi Egg
If you want to win a Newbery, you have to make it have mass appeal. Make it about a man named Oscar trying to get his favorite pair of Jordans from Macho Man; Randy Savage. Go wild with that, see you in the NY times


on Thu Jan 08, 2015 2:52 pm

Zekrom & Reshiram
Zekrom & Reshiram
Here's the first chapter in the story!

Guitarist Dewey Finn is kicked out of his local rock band, No Vacancy, when his on-stage antics unnerve the other band members. Dewey's roommate, Ned Schneebly, pressured by his girlfriend Patty Di Marco, threatens to evict Dewey without a paying gig as he has been late on his rent. The next day, while attempting to sell guitars for rent money, Dewey takes a call for Ned from Horace Green, a nearby prestigious private preparatory school, who are looking for an immediate short-term substitute teacher. On hearing how much the teaching job pays, and desperate for money to pay off his rent, Dewey poses as Ned and takes the job.

Dewey meets Principal Rosalie "Roz" Mullins, and is introduced to the class. With no teaching experience, Dewey instructs the class to do "busy work" in order to use his time freely when not in other studies. However, the next day, Dewey overhears the class in their music studies and observes that they are competent performers, and hatches a plan to recruit the students as part of his new band as to compete against No Vacancy at an upcoming battle of the bands event. Secretly, he starts teaching many of the students on various instruments and the methods of classic rock, while having other members of the class act as groupies and roadies to help maintain the illusion that Dewey is actually teaching them for real. Through this, he helps several of the students gain confidence in their musical, soundproofing, and stage lighting skills. He also befriends Rosalie, so as to help secure the band's performance under the guise of a school field trip. At the audition for the battle, Dewey has to chase down and talk to two students when Tomika (Maryam Hassan) gets stage fright and Freddie (Kevin Clark) accepts an invitation to come to another band's van, causing them to miss the audition period. However, Summer (Miranda Cosgrove) comes up with a plan to convince the judging panel to let them in: the kids are all a terminal disease called "StickittoThe Manniosis." Soon after, Dewey is almost exposed when Rosalie decides to see how Dewey's teaching is working for him, forcing him to teach the real material.

Dewey learns that parent-teacher conferences are scheduled for the night before the battle of the bands. On the night of the conference, Dewey's big secret is finally out when the real Ned discovers a check addressed to him from the school, and attempts to call, forcing Dewey to explain the situation what happened. He then urges Ned not to tell Patty, and then leaves, but she walks in, pressures Ned to tell what happened, and calls the police on Dewey. At the conference, Dewey is convincingly telling the parents about their students' performance in class until the police arrive, alerted by Patty. Dewey is immediately ejected from the school and goes home to drown his sorrows.

The next day, Principal Rosalie does not want to let the field trip go to waste as planned, and prepares to send Dewey's class to a fine arts performance as a show of good will to the upset parents. The students are able to convince the bus driver to take them to get Dewey before Rosalie and the other parent chaperons get on the bus. They wake Dewey and collect their instruments and set off for the show. Ned, also interested in seeing Dewey perform and recalling his own music past, breaks up with Patty. Rosalie and the parents then discover the students missing and race to the Battle of the Bands as well.

Dewey and the students take the stage as the band "School of Rock" as the parents file into the venue. They play a song that is well received by the crowd, with Rosalie and the parents recognizing the talent in their children. Though No Vacancy still wins the battle, the audience cheers for School of Rock to do an encore performance. A few weeks later, Dewey and Ned have worked together to open an after-school program to continue to teach rock music to the students as well as newer students just starting on instruments.

Hope I did well guys, let me know what you thought!

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