Some of you have heard of The Story Corner, some of you haven't or simply have yet to wander in our territory. So, with that in mind, what is TSC exactly?
It's a safe, friendly place where members of all levels and skills can write creatively and share their stories with other like-minded individuals who enjoy reading and telling stories.
It doesn't matter if you have several degrees or dropped out of school. There's nothing worse in the world than a blank page, so give it a go.
Write a few words.
Read a few stories.
No one knows where the journey will take you and no one can guess who you will meet on the way.
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Dedicated to housing all forms of Elder Scrolls / Fallout art. The group strives to catalog the best and brightest pieces both created by our talented members and collected from around the net.
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Eh, I wouldn't get my hopes up about TES 6 (Though that one construction site does seem awfully close to Elder Scrolls Land...). I give it a 10-15% chance that they announce it, but definitely not an actual release until the 2020's.
This post was edited by Caesar at April 30, 2017 9:19 AM EDT
Hey, DNaC, good to have you with us!
Shin and Edana pretty much said it all, so I'll just give you links to both the Start Guide and Site Rules, both of which are worth a read. I've sent you a friend request, too. If you ever need help around here, please don't hesitate to send me a message, and I'll be glad to help in any way I can!
Once again, welcome to the Site, and hope you enjoy your time here!
Hey Mr. Small, good to have you with us!
There's not much I can say that hasn't been said already. I'm not really that active around the Story Corner, but I do agree that the idea you have sounds wonderful, so you should definitely go for it! The people around TSC are all friendly (In fact, just about everyone on the Site is!), so don't hesitate to ask them any questions you may have.
Hope you enjoy your time here!
The first game I ever played was the origional Age of Empires, around the time I was six or so. I've never cared much for fancy graphics, and I remember playing it for days, building up my city, hunting some gazelle, and of course, mercilessly crushing the AI with my Legions. I got AoE 3, and the War Chiefs expansion, in 2010, and that pretty much sealed the deal for RTS games for me. I got 2 a bit later, and just last year bought the HD version on Steam (The first and only purchase I'll ever make there, but that's a story for another day). Of course, I bought it (With expansions) just before Rise of the Rajas was announced, so I've yet to get that yet.
Perhaps the second game I played was GTA: San Andreas, at my uncle's house. I must have been around six or seven, and even with the volume off, I had a lot of fun. And for all you who say Video Games make people violent, guess what? I'm not a drug-addicted, raging maniac who steals cars and blows up helicopters! Infact, I pretty much never swear, even despite playing such "Violent" games at a young age.
I wasn't really a big gamer until a few years later. For the next coulpe of years, I remember playing a lot of Lego games (Which I still love to this day!), but then when Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 was realeased, it began my long love of FPS. Unfortunately, the very franchise that started that love, pretty much ended it. I played and liked all CoDs up until Black Ops 2, which wasn't bad, but still not the best. Ghosts helped revive FPS for me, but Advanced Warfare was just too futuristic for my liking. I still play them all, including the older ones, but unless 2017's CoD is set in the past, I don't see myself going back.
Then along came Skyrim. Now, I didn't play it until a few years after release (It was either early 2012 or 2013, my memory isn't the best), but I instantly fell in love with the game. I played it almost non-stop for weeks, and it shot straight to the top of my favorite games. It was about another year or so (2014) when I got Oblivion. I had played it in the past (Uncle's house again, sometime around 2008), but for some reason lizard-men and elves weren't that interesting to me then. Then I got Morrowind toward the end of 2014, but at the time I couldn't stand the combat or lack of voices, so I didn't play it too much. A few months later, in early 2015, I got the Elder Scrolls Anthology, and thought I'd give Morrowind another shot, and I'm incredibly glad I did.
Prior to this, I only played TES games on Xbox, because, at least to me, a controller will always be superior to a keyboard. After Anthology, I started playing more on PC, but I especially took a liking to Morrowind after I found out that mods can fix a lot of it's problems. I gave it another go, and after a few weeks of sleepless night from all the gaming, it finally reached the top of my favorite games list. Ater hearing some of the NPCs in Skyrim and Oblivion taking about the province (And in particular the Dragonborn expansion, which I also played prior to Morrowind), I was excited to finally be exploring that strange, alien land of ash. And after getting the hang of how the game works, I've even started playing it without mods, and it's still an incredile experience.
In and amongst all this, I also started playing Assassin's Creed, and Red Dead Redemption for some time. I got Fallout 3 a bit after Skyrim, mainly because I envisioned it as being a Skyrim-GTA hybrid. I didn't like it very much, as some of you may know, so It's just been sitting on a shelf for the past 2 years. There's also a few other games I've played, such as Ghost Recon and Rainbow Six, and with CoD becoming more and more futuristic, I'll probably expand more into those series'. And of course, I also play all those games that came pre-installed on my laptop. Solitaire, Free Cell, and the like. They help pass the time when I'm bored.
As of now, the list of my top five eight games is as follows:
1. - Morrowind
2. - Skyrim
3. - A tie between AC: Black Flag, and Red Dead Redemption
4. - CoD: Ghosts (For some reason, not a lot of people on the Internet would agree, but I like it nonetheless)
5. - A very close three-way tie between AoE 2, CoD: MW2, and GTA: San Andreas
So there it is. I started out with a bit of RTS, moved on to some Lego games and whatever the Hell GTA's genre is, then onto FPS, and finally fantasy RPGs. I still play pretty much all of my games today, depending on what mood I'm in. Sometimes I like to crash cars, others I like to kill dragons, all with a bit of war against WWII Germany in between. You know how it is.
A late welcome to the Site, D3LTAFOX!
I'm assuming you know your way around, since you've been here for a while, so I won't list all the usual links (Though I do recemmend giving the Quick Start Guide a read, if you haven't already).
Again, welcome to the site! Hope you continue to enjoy your time here!