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CLEXA VISUAL NOVEL


1. What’s Visual Novel?

A Visual Novel is an interactive game,  featuring mostly static graphics, most often using anime-style art or occasionally live-action stills.  Most visual novels have multiple story lines and more than one ending; the mechanic in these cases typically consists of intermittent multiple-choice decision points, where the player selects a direction in which to take the game. This style of gameplay is similar to story-driven interactive fiction, or the shorter and less detailed real-life gamebook books.


2. Will this game be free?

Yes, it will be free.

3. Can I join the team?

Right now, we only need an artist in order to finish the game quickly. If you’re interested, message us. (If you have no Tumblr account, contact me via Twitter)

4. When will the full game be released?

We can’t answer this question yet, because we have a lot of work to do. But, we will try to release demo in August.

5. Who will we play as in the game?

Clarke’s the main character.

6. Do our choices matter?

Yes, every single one of your choices will matter in the game.

7. What program are you using to make this game?

Tyranobuilder.

8. What’s the game rating?

Mature. The game contains violence, blood and gore, and strong language.

If you have more questions, don’t be shy, ask! Also, we’re open to any ideas. Follow us to get the latest updates!

A giant stone golem used to sit between two cliff faces and formed a bridge for passing villagers. Instead of letting people across, he now knocks people off over the side or tries to smash them. A number of things can upset him.

A magic user controlling him, extorting people for money. Killing if they don’t pay.

A nearby rock formation being eroded by waves.

A new mine set up within his line of site.

A giant statue was created. Its much more beautiful than he is. Why does no one appreciate him?

100 this or that

1. Coffee or tea?
2. Black and white or color?
3. Drawings or paintings?
4. Dresses or skirts?
5. Books or movies?
6. Pepsi or Coke?
7. Chinese or Italian?
8. Early bird or night owl?
9. Chocolate or vanilla?
10. Introvert or extrovert?
11. Hugs or kisses?
12. Hunting or fishing?
13. Winter or summer?
14. Spring or fall?
15. Rural or urban?
16. PC or Mac?
17. Tan or pale?
18. Cake or pie?
19. Ice cream or yogurt?
20. Ketchup or mustard?
21. Sweet pickles or dill pickles?
22. Comedy or mystery?
23. Boots or sandals?
24. Silver or gold?
25. Pop or Rock?
26. Dancing or singing?
27. Checkers or chess?
28. Board games or video games?
29. Wine or beer?
30. Freckles or dimples?
31. Honey mustard or BBQ sauce?
32. Body weight exercises or lifting weights?
33. Baseball or basketball?
34. Crossword puzzles or sudokus?
35. Facial hair or clean shaven?
36. Crushed ice or cubed ice?
37. Skiing or snowboarding?
38. Smile or game face?
39. Bracelet or necklace?
40. Fruit or vegetables?
41. Sausage or bacon?
42. Scrambled or fried?
43. Dark chocolate or white chocolate?
44. Tattoos or piercings?
45. Antique or brand new?
46. Dress up or dress down?
47. Cowboys or aliens?
48. Cats or dogs?
49. Pancakes or waffles?
50. Bond or Bourne?
51. Sci-Fi or fantasy?
52. Numbers or letters?
53. Harry Potter or Lord of the Rings?
54. Fair or theme park?
55. Money or fame?
56. Washing dishes or doing laundry?
57. Snakes or sharks?
58. Orange juice or apple juice?
59. Sunrise or sunset?
60. Slacker or over-achiever?
61. Pen or pencil?
62. Peanut butter or jelly?
63. Grammys or Oscars?
64. Detailed or abstract?
65. Multiple choice questions or essay questions?
66. Adventurous or cautious?
67. Saver or spender?
68. Glasses or contacts?
69. Laptop or desktop?
70. Classic or modern?
71. Personal chef or personal fitness trainer?
72. Internet or cell phone?
73. Call or text?
74. Curly hair or straight hair?
75. Shower in the morning or shower in the evening?
76. Spicy or mild?
77. Marvel or DC?
78. Paying a mortgage or paying rent?
79. Sky dive or bungee jump?
80. Oreos or Chips Ahoy?
81. Jello or pudding?
82. Truth or dare?
83. Roller coaster or Ferris wheel?
84. Leather or denim?
85. Stripes or solids?
86. Bagels or muffins?
87. Whole wheat or white?
88. Beads or pearls?
89. Hardwood or carpet?
90. Bright colors or neutral tones?
91. Be older than you are or younger than you are?
92. Raisins or nuts?
93. Picnic or nice restaurant?
94. Black leather or brown leather?
95. Long hair or short hair?
96. “Ready, aim, fire” or “Ready, fire, aim”?
97. Fiction or non-fiction?
98. Smoking or non-smoking?
99. Think before you talk or talk before you think?
100. Asking questions or answering questions?

From now on I’m always gonna listen to my gut because last night as I was stuDYING for this APUSH exam something inside was telling me, “Listen fool, I know you don’t know a lot about APUSH, but study the American Revolution.” So you know what I did? My ass listened to the Hamilton soundtrack three times on constant repeat. Call me crazy but it was worth it because I got siced so hard with that American Revolution/Independence DBQ. I FINESSED that DBQ. I sprinkled in some of that spicy Common Sense by Thomas Paine and made some spicy historical references, it was some spicy shit 🔥🔥👏🏻👏🏻 I thought I was gonna run out of time but I kept on saying to myself “I AM NOT THROWING AWAY MY SHOT!!” AND I FINISHED BOTH THE DBQ AND THE FREE RESPONSE QUESTION WITH LIKE 5 MINUTES REMAINING THANK YOU ALEXANDER HAMILTON!!!

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Large population, Elves. Built in a thick forest. There are homes and shops built out of dead trees, in the trees, etc.

No real guard presence, however the people are very skilled and martial law exists. There is a certain code they follow. E.g. don’t kill, steal, or hurt.

Cursed town. These Elves aren’t capable of entering their trance state, and instead must sleep. Instead of a normal sleep schedule, they’re cursed to fall asleep all at once at a random time. They can go days without sleep, or hours. Their sleeping spells cause accidents and tragedies.

Sit n Stay: Run by Narbeth Farris. Meant to be a quiet places for elves to be in a trace. Business has stopped. He’s decided to start enforcing the “law”, a code that the elves typically follow. If he feels anyone is breaking it, he drags them back to his Inn and holds them there until a fee is paid either in gold or items. The rooms are small, tall, and meant to be sat in. Nothing else.

Thick Skin: Run by Alwin Bruthe. Leather working shop. Loves making shoulder pads, absolutely adores wide shouldered men. His fellow elves are too narrow, and he will beg to make you a pair if your shoulders are wide enough.

Benevolent Spirits: Run by Ayda Oloren. She brews her own, and she brews it strong. Much too strong for a typical human. You’ll wake up with awful aches and pains, but also see bits of the future when you puke. You can find a distressed elf named Solana getting absolutely wasted at the end of the bar. Ayda tells you she’s been like that for a straight week now since her 121st birthday.  

Solana: 121. Female Elf. A drunken wreck. She’s crying, drinking between hiccups, and seems inconsolable. She manages to slur out that she’s trying to see more of the future to save her town. Elves typically don’t drink enough to get a hangover, so she’s the only one who knows. Everyone else dismisses her as a drunk. She’s terrified of….

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Shit Slytherins Say: #97
  • Ravenclaw: "Don't test me"
  • Slytherin: Name:_____ Date:_____
  • TEST:
  • Section one: Multiple choice
  • 1) What are you gonna do?
  • A) not shit
  • B) not a damn thing
  • C) front like you really bout it
  • D) all of the above

dingus-the-mingus  asked:

This might be weird to ask but did you ever Dm a completely economic campaign. My wizard got a magic spell that turned water into wine and the whole party just decided to start selling it. they've got their own company now. But they expanded at an alarming rate. They bought almost everything there is and have elaborate marketing plans. And yet they're not satisfied. So my question is how do i expand on this because the books don't really have pricetags for kingdoms and global enterprises.

oh dang, this sounds really cool. I’ve never done anything like this but here are some random suggestions:

Rival company is playing dirty and making your party’s brand look bad. They’re losing sales, money, and customers. The rival company is poisoning the wine [not to kill, just make incredibly sick].

Having heard of the parties fortune, thieves set out to steal it. [Not all of it, it’d be a shame to take away the players money and unfair]

Wine/alcohol is now outlawed. Look up the history of prohibition in the USA and get inspired by that?

The area they’re in is in a drought, and water is highly sought after. 

An employee is taking ridiculous amounts of wine home for himself, but which one is it?

There is a place that cannot be bought or wined and dined. They have no desire for money or booze, have a large population, and your party has gotten into wacky antics with them somehow. Now they have to play a normal campaign for a little bit.

Your party are prime targets for theft/con men now. Traveling is dangerous/their home must be safely kept.

The goddess of wine has heard about their wonderful wine. She commands they bring several large casks of wine, personally. The wine must be made using water from [mythical/beautiful/etc lake thats a few days travel from the party]

They want to expand into a new far region. The roads are dangerous, the waves high, and the wind harsh. Flying creatures don’t fare well, horses can only go so far. The biggest, strongest boat is the only one that can go across the sea.

AP Lit Meme Summary By Someone Who Didn't Take the Test

- Mr. Fucking Pickles
- lucetta is /that bitch/
- neon orange test booklets blind 7, hospitalize 15 others.
- “go ahead and invalidate my score, I failed anyway”
- college board just went through a bad breakup and the multiple choice was emo as hell
- “his looks are my souls food” - thirsty bitch

“Sometimes I lie awake at night and I ask, “Is life a multiple choice test or is it a true or false test?” …Then a voice comes to me out of the dark and says, “We hate to tell you this but life is a thousand word essay.”
—  Charles M. Schulz , Charlie Brown 
The signs as out of context quotes from my teachers/professors
  • ARIES: I said you could chew gum, but not if you're going to chew it like a cow. SPIT IT OUT.
  • TAURUS: I'm losing faith in you, George.
  • GEMINI: *sings* Bitching and moaning, bitching and moaning.
  • CANCER: I'm supposed to go out and PROCURE cookies?? WHAT??
  • LEO: OH! OH, OH. BEIGE.
  • VIRGO: Here's a very common quick and dirty way to ask a multiple choice question.
  • LIBRA: I don't care about 98% of things.
  • SCORPIO: This meme from the interwebs.
  • SAGITTARIUS: I would use all sorts of swear words in front of my students. Especially the f word! Love that one!
  • CAPRICORN: I should stop drinking before noon.
  • AQUARIUS: Oh dear god, that man is always shirtless!
  • PISCES: This is why I need aspirin after this group.