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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As far as I've learned, the Enclave is a direct descendant of the pre-war U.S. government and military force. So, they're the ones who invaded Canada. But the Brotherhood of Steel is against everything Enclave. So there's your reason to join the Brotherhood.
I'm currently at 50% completion and up until now there have been a couple references to the original trilogy but only to appease the fans. But I know it in my gut there's more to come. I don't think you need to know or like each of the previous games to enjoy this one. As I've said, Andromeda is a lot like ME1 and I liked that one the least, yet I very much enjoy Andromeda. Imo, ME3 is one of the best games I've ever played, not counting one of the worst endings I've experienced in my gaming experience. I guess I'll be able to share more once I complete Andromeda. Right now, I'm having the time of my life playing it.
This post was edited by Noodles at April 20, 2017 3:00 AM EDT
Disclaimer: The following short story contains detailed descriptions of a gory massacre. Read at your own risk.
The Shao’kai: Wanted
Skyrim. Whiterun. The Drunken Huntsman at dawn. Aside from Elrindir, cooking beef stew at the fireplace, and a shady female Altmer, sharpening her Akaviri bla...