post apocalyspe

anonymous asked:

1.I want to write a apocalyspe/post-apocalypse story with NO dystopia (as in NO opprssion from goverment, as in NO maze runner/hunger games or divergent). Do you have any nice ideas aside from zombies, vampires or aliens? It would be cool if

2. It would be cool if there is some kind of “monster” there has to be fight.


A dystopia doesn’t necessarily mean an oppressive government, it’s a society that has degraded and left life rather unpleasant. I get what you were trying to say but I just wanted to clear that up for you :)

  • A world where water is extremely scarce and any surviving bodies of water have been taken over by packs of animals. Going near one is surefire way to get eaten. (I know that isn’t a monster but it has fights, so does that work?)
  • Do mutants work for you? Like if in your world an animal adapted to the harsh post-apocalypse by becoming much more resilient to the setting than any other animal, including humans, which makes it stronger, faster and better at fighting than anything else since everyone is struggling to survive as it is.
  • The world enters another ice age. Much of the Arctic and Antarctic have yet to be explored so what if there were a creature living there and once the whole world becomes it’s habitat it starts to invade.
  • An epidemic spreads that renders people completely insane. Not all are dangerous, some are just “off” but it can be hard to tell which ones are dangerous and which aren’t.

Adventure Time set to end in 2018

Prepare yourself for the post-post-Apocalyspe, because the end of the beloved Cartoon Network animated show is now in sight. 

The show will end after its ninth season, which is currently running. According to The Hollywood ReporterAdventure Time will have aired “142 half-hours of content,” as well as having earned six Emmys, a Peabody, a BAFTA and Annie Awards. 

In addition to the show’s acclaim, the late-2015 minseries Stakes!, heavily featuring Marceline the Vampire Queen, was also a “phenomenal success, ranking as the No. 1 program in its time period with all key kids and boys audiences,” according to the official Cartoon Network press release. 

The show’s creator, Pendleton Ward, stepped down as showrunner sometime during the fifth season (2012-2014), deciding to stay on as a writer and storyboard artist. The show has gone on quite well in the capable hands of current showrunner adammuto​ and his creative team. 

This announcement comes on the heels of Regular Show’s own final season announcement — the J.G. Quintel-created show began its final season last Monday (Sept. 26) and will run through January 2017.

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