everyman: have snuffy flash before your eyes.
everyman: have snuffy flash before your eyes.
The sequel will be the Veterans Manual to the Genesis of Everything. In it, the Noman fights Quintessence creatures for dust that he uses to raise his uninspiredness stat, along with his greenish-yellow cat Sniffy. The villain is the personification of the Big Bang, and a cult worshiping Isocagonal Prisms. The title is the only thing that I didn't make up for fun, because I actually think that it would be an awesome name for a story.
Epilogue: Be great and amazing and greatmazing.
EPILOGE! ALREADY!?!!?! I discovered this epic adventure a few days too late! T.T
Good job, CV.
>A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe vol. II: End.
Thank you, CV. That was amazing.
> Epiclogue: Be epic.
So, the end of this Epic story already?
It feels like yesterday I discovered it between the other adventures.
It was a nice trip, a very creative idea and the updates came frequently.
I hope you will come up with some cool other adventure, or even a sequel or something.
Anyway, If this doesn't win any of the MSPAFA rewards I will be very shocked.
This was a Epic story.
I certainly check the next adventure of this author.
I commend CV for this excellent adventure!
Excerpts from the afterward to "A Beginner's Guide to the End of the Universe"
I find myself in a troubling situation. I am a man of logic, a man of reason, and yet I must write down and stand by a story so improbable as to be almost fantasy. There is a bit of serendipity there, however. I am renowned all over the Commonwealth as a skeptic. Before I begin, then, let my words stand reinforced with the strength of all of my renown, all of my credibility.
I was there when the Everyman returned…
Days after the battle, we found him floating in the Void near the place where Chairman Jack was trapped. His hand was still clasped around the neck of the last member of the Icosahedron's Inner Circle...
We brought him back to the city to be recognized. I do not know how many people believed he was who he said he was. It was not until much later, when the Commonwealth military dissolved and the survivors of the battle returned that the general populace believed the Everyman had actually walked among us again - albeit briefly...
We sent his body to the Black Star as is our tradition….
Upon his death, the portals to the Lord Protector's Manor disappeared. Fortunately, he was at Fort Ryan at the time and the area was vacant...
When he learned that the Followers had been defeated, Torx retired and the Lord Protector relinquished his title...
Weir survived his injury. He gave up the martial life and became a politician. You likely know him as the first Chancellor of the Commonwealth Assembly…
The Followers did not assimilate easily. It turns out that the same fluid which gave the Inner Circle their powers was also added to the water supply in very small doses. Carefully controlled, this was effective in ensuring a unity of purpose in the general public while keeping the full potential of its powers out of the hands of each and every citizen. The withdrawal from this drug was highly unpleasant…
Many Commonwealth soldiers and citizens labored to rebuild the areas which were under the cult's domination. Chief among them were the Doctor and former Admiral Gast...
In the Commonwealth, the transition was not perfect. Some of the remnants of the much despised Allocations Department morphed the organization into a criminal empire...
Unlikely as it must be for you to believe, he did return to us. He was not perfect, but the Everyman was an honest and genuine person. He gave up everything - spent his last few days he had to live giving us peace and hope...
-Arek, Former Chief Historian for the Lord Protector of the Commonwealth, current Dean of the Everycollege
That's the end. A big thanks to everyone who played, and also everyone who read but kept their silence. This could not have happened without your input - even the smartass stuff. Thanks to everyone who made fanarts and music, it was great to know I'd inspired anyone with my work. Thanks also to Chris, Rob, and Carly on the face to face side of things for their support, advice and patience throughout.
So yeah. Any questions?
That ending was beautiful. A fitting end to a wonderful adventure.
WHY DID IT HAVE TO END?!?
Oh and I have a question
Will you be making another adventure in the style of this one?
Last edited by Alalic; 11-17-2010 at 02:48 PM.
Certified Minecraft addict.
Good end. BEST ADVENTURE.
I'll eat my hat if this somehow doesn't win Best Adventure.
Author's thoughts on either a sequel or a related adventure done in the same art-style, please.
Last edited by Naesr Tazam; 11-17-2010 at 02:52 PM.
Jack trumps yours.
He calls knaves "jacks".He can call them what he pleases, he's winning.
What happened to Chairman Jack? That bird at the end can't be him because it's not half mechanical.
And, how much of this did you have planned out in advance? This story was far too epic to have just been made piece by piece as you went.
Amazing. Sad to see it end, But can you make a spin-off series?
:'D. :'D FOREVERRRRRRRRRRRRR