I've been working on a little treat. Do you remember Azuran / E.K. Prelude? Well, it's in the process of getting a new draft, and I'd like to know if you'd be interested in advising me on any edits or changes that I make. Also, I would very much like a drawing of Voltis and Raiva, because at some point I'm going to start adding profiles here.
I'll fill you in on the details as I go!
A random tidbit of information, but I'm looking around for a new job irl.
From the end of the story I wrote on your wall below, what is the absolute worst thing that the boy can do now that he's stuck on Gyrohem and what would be the result of this action? (We should assume that he has normal human capabilities here, unless that makes this scenario impossible or stupid due to certain things)
I feel that we should have more crossovers and shared ideas than we currently do; for example, CYBERAI's God Tiers, Nuclea and Genetica, are basically intended to be Deities-in-Training, which is why they're able to gather supposedly infinite dimensional power from outside sources -- they've only started on their journey towards uncountably infinite dimensionality. I also want all Deities to have an immunity to Paradox Manipulation, so that their dimensionality can't be reduced by some jerk who's been carousing around extra-dimensional space-time.
Mm, to be honest I was mostly just thinking to keep most of those verses separate. They don't really take place in the same "Hyperverses" or "Outerverses" per say. If you do wanna take inspiration though then go ahead.
I know plenty of awesome bands with great lyrics, but these two in particular shaped me during high school.
Black Veil Brides (They're relatively popular in the hard rock and hair metal scene, you should especially check out their first record)
- Perfect Weapon
- Sweet Blasphemy
- Set The World On Fire
- The Legacy
- I Am Bulletproof
- We Don't Belong
- Lost it All
- In The End
- Pretty much any song off their fourth album
- The Outsider
- Dead Man Walking
- My Vow
Avenged Sevenfold (One of the most popular heavy metal bands of the modern era, they're notable for having some of the best guitar solos around, but their lyrics are especially impressive, even compared to the band above)
- Chapter Four
- Radiant Eclipse
- Second Heartbeat
- I Won't See You Tonight (Parts 1&2)
- Clairvoyant Disease
- Any song off City of Evil
- Almost Easy
- The Gunslinger
- Brompton Cocktail
- Any song off of Nightmare
- Any song off of Hail to the King
- I would list some songs off of The Stage, but the lyrics are a bit too specific.
(If there is a duplicate message of this, ignore one of them, it was a glitch)
He stood there, holding the device. The device that could help make him the one thing he always wanted to be. Help him by taking him to the one place it could happen. Only, it had so many buttons.
Well, good for him, the buttons were labeled, so it wasn't a problem for him. He heard his mother call out that dinner was ready, but he could not hear it among his own thoughts rambling around, being as exited as he was to finally do what he wanted to do.
He typed in his destination, then pressed the "go" button. It was just a flash of light, and he was gone. He popped in in an entirely new world. He checked the device. It read "You are now in: Marvel Cinematic Universe".
The boy was utterly confused. That was not what he had typed in, neither did his current place look like it. He gave a smack to the side of the device. It went to static, before saying "You are now in: Gyrohem". Another smack. "Gyrohem". The boy had enough of this and decided to press the "return" button. The device displayed "Low Battery".
"That's the last time I buy that brand of Verse Teleportation Devices", the boy had said angrily.
I mostly do volunteer work, and I'm going to be doing some vocational training in about a month, so until then I'm mostly a neet. (I did take a college course back in the spring, but that's just one course...)
I've got knights and farmers in my ancestry, so I'm pretty burly, although not to an athletic degree. I don't exercise as often as I should, and I'm rather choosy. But, I can easily knock over a 160 lb punching bag with one punch (I'm completely serious) and I can walk for several miles without feeling any fatigue, so I'm proud of myself.