Monday, May 07, 2018

And now... Spiders?

Chaos Writing strikes again.

This was supposed to be a continuation of the "Heart Squad" series.  I think that series can be salvaged, but I didn't get a chance to work on it over the weekend.  The reason being I currently have another project screaming very loudly "Work on me!" in my ear.  I did briefly consider ignoring it, but not working on things when they're red-hot in my mind is usually when my productivity goes to hell.  If you wake up and your brain is currently bouncing around going "let's work on this thing", it's usually best from a productivity standpoint to get as much work done on that project while the enthusiasm is there.  So, that's what I'm going to do.

I've got 3 days before I'm off for a work assignment for a week.  I want to see if I can smash as much of this idea as I can before then in case I come back and find the enthusiasm has waned.

I've had a look at where I got to with "The Heart Squad" and think it's retrievable, but I don't want to make it a chore by forcing myself to work on it when something else is screaming for my attention.

As for this mystery project, here's a clue:

You turn and see a monstrous spider woman—an arachne.  Above the waist she has the body of an exotic young woman with voluptuous round breasts.  Below the waist she has the shiny black abdomen and eight long jointed legs of a giant spider.  Straight black hair falls in curtains on either side of a thin and haughtily beautiful face.  Her sensually plump lips are stained black and curled up in a cruel smile.

“Hello, little cricket.  I am L'hesperusa the arachne,” she says.  “I’m going to suck up all your fluids...”

She pauses to run a moist tongue around her sensual lips.

“...through your lovely hard cock.”

Her words send both a shiver of arousal and fear through you.  You don’t think she’ll stop with just your semen.

No time to dwell on that now.  The arachne rears up on her long spindly legs and points the tip of her bulbous black abdomen in your direction.  It looks like she’s taking aim.

Test of Agility

This will probably be the only post this week as I'm going to hammer away on this thing while it's hot.  I have written a lot of text for it over the last few weeks, but I'm not 100% sure on how it will fit together.  At the worst, if my programming skills fail me, I'll post the raw text for people's enjoyment.

(L'hesperusa really really likes playing with her prey...)


  1. Or, if you have problems with the programming part, you can probably sumbit it as content for Corruption of champions II, which is currently in development :D.

  2. A neat idea, but there's a caveat - COC2 has a party system, like in normal JRPGs. And these party members, Companions, are limted to a large degree. For example, they can only be humanoid, not having a 'taur body (like a centaur,) etc.

    On the other hand, restrictions on enemies and other characters that don't travel alongside the Player Character are much looser.

  3. Hmmm. Had a thought. If Many Eyed Hydra can't get the project to work through programming...

    Lost in the Castle of the Lesbian Vampire Ex by Monstrous Love, a Choose Your Own Adventure / Gamebook story available on Amazon. I wouldn't be surprised if ME Hydra had already heard of it.

    But basically, my suggestion is that if programming an interactive story doesn't work out, that something like this might work better, remaking the story either as an adult CYOA or a Gamebook.

    1. I think I'm heavier on the gamebook side - with stat tests like the original Fighting Fantasy series. I've figured out how to make that logic work in Twine and it's demoing fairly well. Not sure if that can work on a kindle-type device.

    2. The book I named, Lost in the Castle of the Lesbian Vampire Ex, is a (Lesbian) Monstergirl Gamebook that works fairly well. I don't think it's the strictest interpretation of a Gamebook as the rules used are pretty simple, but it was good enough for me to enjoy it. Admittedly halfway through my play-thru I gave up and just read through it like a CYOA, but I think that's more due to my own impatience.

  4. Like I'm going to complain about another arachne story.

  5. Exciting stuff. Can't wait to see what you come up with!

  6. Paging mister blog author.

    Other than I though you would like it and I really want to promote the lovely lady who made it. Maybe you could try writing a script of your own and post it there? Mine worked out.

    1. Hmm, that seems a good idea. I find that some of my pieces are a bit short of dialogue and something like this might be a good exercise to write something different.