"Objection!" Mr. Wright shouted, stunning the entire room.
The writing of The Ignition has been completed. It ends without much of a climax or conclusion, but it was the best I could think of. It is told from first person POV from Red's perspective, similar to The Hero, the story I posted on Smogon that I count as almost entirely seperate. I have started writing The Inferno. It is more of an epilogue than a continuation, but beyond that I am unwilling to say anything. Let's just say, it's pretty epic and it is the best portray
Wow... just got back from a lock in with the boy scouts. It's kind of a blur, but I vaguely remember an Axis and Allies game, a basketball game in some kind of zero-gravity world, a barrage of dodgeballs, and a chicken... Don't ask, I'm still trying to figure things out. In all seriousness, I am most of the way done with the Ignition. It sucks. Really, it does. However, it is needed to understand the Inferno, which is looking pretty boss on paper and the few sections I have made drafts of. I did post some obscure attempt at humor on the front page. I think it symbolized The Ignition better than any other quote, as it shows a darker military-dictatorship side of Pokemon that I try to bring to life in The Ignition and The Inferno. Oh, and you can argue this all you want, but I do believe that Pokemon displays a similar view on government as King Ashnard has in Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance, just portrayed in a more subtle way. Thus how the Nuzlocke Sega started...
I finished finals today, so I didn't do much writing. I did get to the ending of the Chapter Two that was posted on Smogon. Things are still locked in an expository stage. On a similar note, I'm starting to realize that most of The Ignition is a bunch of expository crap. Anyways, I'm too lazy to say anything more right now. Oh, and the editor