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The Heartless threat continued to escalate. Under the command of a mysterious man who calls himself Ansem, the Heartless penetrated many worlds, draining them of their essence. The threat soon spread to worlds that not even the Great Wizard, himself knew still existed. 1 such world was at war with a particularly different enemy. The Heartless soon open a rift and reign terror on many of the inhabitants. The heroes of that world were powerless to stop them and the deterioration process would soon commence. In the time of great need, Naminé called out to send the Benders in order to end the threat.
“You must send the Benders; they are the only ones who can save that world.”
However, they were busy on another mission. At that time, Fox and his friends were sent out to fight the Heartless for as long as they could. Upon the benders' arrival, they teamed up with the heroes of that world. Together, they aim to end the Heartless threat by permanently sealing all the Keyholes to ensure that the threat could no longer penetrate that world and endanger its very existence, anymore.
Naminé: “You must send the Benders; they are the only ones who can save that world! There’s not much time! You have to trust me; send the Benders!”
if i were to write the plot of Starfox Adventure's i would have Drakor be the main villain instead of Andross, maybe i could link him to Andross as being a bio weapon that was created as a contingency plan in case Andross was to fall.
i would also add Randor from Dinosaur Planet and maybe Sabre and Krystal would have a bigger role in the story.
leave your comments below.
I've been thinking for some time about doing this. And I came to the decision to at least give it a try. Can't be any worse than the RP to get rejected. RP Name/Title Avalanche: A question of interest Style This will be a Forum based RP, players will post their actions and maybe their estimations as to the impact on their environment. I will check on the thread regularly enough to be able to interject if something they do doesnt work, requires a roll or in any other way can't just stand there as itself. An investigation/protection type adventure set in a setting I'm restructuring to be an own one for an own specific ruleset. creating failed states <-> maintaining dictatorships Setting A former Royal governor's mansion within the Kandu subdomain on it's core world Kandu Apesphere 08 or presently known as Ushindi; For where it starts, as the characters don't just randomly get warped there, please see the 'Character sheet' section. Goal To keep the assigned protÃ©gÃ© alive during and throughout a negotiation on a warchief's homeworld Player count- 3-5 So let's do this. First, a few details to the setting. Present setting
Separation of Fauna
Right, now on to RP-related rules.
So I might as well dispel any sense of anonymity as it's a sacrifice I'm willing to make to share with you guys some of the movie projects I've been working on in the past year or so. Some of you may or may not know, but I'm a screenwriter who graduated from the VFS in 2011 and now work on various projects (some still tied with the school). Most of my initial biggest productions were through the school's "Compendium" program, which were high-budget and directed by established filmmakers.
The short films I'll be posting trailers for were all shot within 12 hours on a budget of $1500 or less. Many of them have been entered in film festivals across the world, including festivals in Romania, Japan, the UK, and France.
First off is my first-ever short film, The Little Mermaid, a dark adaptation of the fairy tale where the titular mermaid is a sideshow freak. Initially winning the Golden Skull at the Screamfest LA festival back in 2011, held at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in LA, it went on to win the Canadian Golden Sheaf and a Leo Award for makeup. We have just begun production on the Little Mermaid feature film and digital series, which you can keep updated on by liking our Facebook page. Here is the short itself (also available on FearNet):
These next two are projects of a similar vein where the prompt was "Zombies in Oz". That's what it's about. The first one, No Place Like Home, is currently making the rounds in Japanese film festivals, including the Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival.
The next three are not available to the public yet, but their trailers are available for a sneak preview of what's to come. Presenting the Jabberwock, Tumbling After, and Blood Runs Cold:
I'll be heading to Nevada next month for Tumbling After's film festival debut.
And finally, one more short, a comical reprieve from the rather dark shorts that I've posted previously, one of my final projects from my time at film school. "Stress":
Hope you guys enjoy them.