The Story Board

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Re: The Story Board

Postby gynoneko » Sun Apr 07, 2013 8:12 pm

The way I differentiate cyborgs is a little different. I like to think of it like this...

Robot - Machine body, Computer brain
Human - Human body, Human brain
Cyborg (classic) - Human body with Machine parts, Human brain
Bionoid/bionic - Organic engineered body, Organic engineered or Robotic brain
Full Body Cyborg - Human brain, Machine body

All of these are acceptable to me, and you will find them in my stories also. I have several cyborgs in my current story (Corrupted), but also robots and full body cyborgs. I think the one thing I haven't yet done is a bionoid, but I do have ideas for them as well, in fact, it is a plot point for the sequel to Exo Saves the Day, whenever I get around to it.
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Re: The Story Board

Postby A.N.N. » Tue Apr 23, 2013 6:51 am

I'm of a similar mind to gynoneko.

The skin job terminators are a rarity (even in the Terminator universe), and in a strict interpretation are cyborgs (as a mix), but in any kind of practical sense they are really just robots with, as Dale said much better than me, wearing some organic skin material. It's not even clear if the skin is human, or just organic based. I think the only practical cyborg in the Terminator movieverse is the Marcus Wright character in Salvation. As I recall he was about a 50/50 mix.

The Cyborg movies kind of get the terminology messed up, since all the cyborgs (except for the first one) are really robots (sentient or otherwise). But I still enjoy them, at least the first 2 movies.

REGARDLESS, I enjoy stories about all the above. Cyborg, robot, bionic, bioroid, etc. bring 'em on! :thumbsup:
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Re: The Story Board

Postby Hayley Anachronism » Thu May 02, 2013 7:03 pm

Working on a cyborg story but feeling a bit shy...a revenge story, really, loosely inspired by Starcraft. Any words of encouragement out there?
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Re: The Story Board

Postby Kishin » Thu May 02, 2013 7:14 pm

Well I encourage anyone to write stories or create artwork! Though I do caution that basing stuff off of existing franchises always seems to come off as fanfic and can hamstring first time authors.
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Re: The Story Board

Postby A.N.N. » Thu May 02, 2013 7:33 pm

When in doubt, write it out! Kishin's caution is true, but still only a caution. And hey, practise makes perfect!

I would certainly be interested.
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Re: The Story Board

Postby Hayley Anachronism » Fri May 03, 2013 2:06 pm

Oh, it's not anything Starcraft. Just inspired, in an emotional sense.
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Re: The Story Board

Postby BA2 » Sun May 05, 2013 6:58 am

Would be great to read it!

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Re: The Story Board

Postby Spaz » Fri Sep 06, 2013 9:26 pm

I am currently working on a story that I've been thinking of for a few months now.

I've got a prologue and the first two chapters written, and a third almost done, with six more chapters and an epilogue to go.

Basically, a creation/love story, with I'd like to think, better story structure than some of my past stories, which were more along the line of shorts.
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Re: The Story Board

Postby Saya » Sat Jul 04, 2015 2:07 am

So. From what I have gathered from what people have told me, some of you may be waiting on baited breath for the next Saya story. Well, to be honest, I have no idea when that will happen.

It has taken me some months to write a story for the board that I am working on. I am currently close to finished, but I was rather unsatisfied with my last story. This latest one is feeling 'eh', but I am pretty pessimistic about my writing. I am currently debating upon how to end it, and I think I will write the whole thing out and go over it within the next few weeks maximum.

I am continuing to work on other ideas, though. So, hopefully, I'll make something you all enjoy!
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Re: The Story Board

Postby --Battery-- » Tue Aug 04, 2015 9:07 pm

Saya wrote:So. From what I have gathered from what people have told me, some of you may be waiting on baited breath for the next Saya story. Well, to be honest, I have no idea when that will happen.



And...don't you feel like upload your latest stories to the wiki?...to preserve them to the next generations of posters that eventually will ask "and what happen to that saya person?" in a mini appreciation thread where then the older you will pop out and say that you are too busy and rich to do this and so and so?

i really wanted to reread them during the dark time but they where not there.

they are great.

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