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Manifest Destiny is not actually the theme for this contest, Though it can be but more of the general idea of expanding the types of stories available on the site to expand our well rounded glory. I want you to produce a story from one of the that's under stories. Since none of you slugs actually pay attention to details, here is a list of that are currently under stories. I want to only see stories within these being submitted for the contest. You want to make a wholesome family story about children finding an alien dog, you can.
You want to make a wholesome historical story about being a concentration camp guard, you can do that too. Another thing I don't want to see, is fucking "loops back to the beginning" rather than proper endings. Genetic engineered monkeys, cybernetic limbs, Russian robot spies, the possibilities are endless.
So pick up your pen, paper or other writing devices and craft your future masterpiece. The rewards are endless; grandiose applause from two random Dutchmen and one esteemed veteran, undying internet fame and perhaps a few extra points if the administrators are favorable towards you that day. I assume most of you are already a little familiar with the genre. If you type in cyberpunk you will get the following excerpt:.
A lot of the aspects of cyberpunk can be traced back to the s and 70s by the New Wave science fiction movement.
Authors attempted to present a world where society coped with a constant upheaval of new technology and culture, generally with dystopian outcomes. Everything else is a free-for-all as long as it fits into the cyberpunk genre. In the past, writers have added some unconventional and unique elements to the genre.
One example of a Cyberpunk work that incorporated fantasy races is Shadowrun, a tabletop role-playing game. Seeing all these works who play around with the common genre conventions, I cannot see the purpose in restraining your own creative juices. Thus, fantasy races, fantasy worlds, more gamey story games and even fanfiction are all allowed. The dichotomy has to be here in some way or form.
It's simple, offer you soul to Endmaster and then pledge your commitment on this thread. I'll lock your comment down so you won't be able to back down in the future.
To submit your story, post a link of it on this thread. Failing to submit your work before the deadline as a participant, grants you a place on my personal list of shame. You'll also never get to see your precious experience points ever again.
This contest is only possible due to our lord and saviour Endmaster whose holy fingertips granted us this masterpiece called Eternal. Check it out if you have some spare time left. I'm absolutely not paid or forced to say this. Of course I would like to thank Mizal for giving this fumbling European dipshit some guidance, that sucker really needed it.
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