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  • Gender Male
  • Location Thailand Zone
  • Interests 1. Heroism
    2. RPG Maker
    3. Drawing
    4. Formula One

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  1. Games that you recently got

    Recently got Aselia the Eternal. It was surprisingly addictive for a strategy game.
  2. Lego Creations

    I love your works. I always like it whenever people create complex things with the bricks. I used to play with Lego too, but they were so expensive.
  3. Before you get triggered by the topic, no. I am NOT trying to expand upon the character Sonic.EXE or promote whatever JCTheHyena wanted to make considering his unadulterated ego. What I am interested in is only the mystery behind the murder plot. Since if we operate on the supernatural, it certainly has potential. If you are not familiar with Sonic EXE, you should know that in the sequel, "Round Two", the story structured like a detective story. It was poorly done and there wan't much crime solving going on, but it do bring in some mystery on how a murder case can be committed. According to the story, a group of terrorist distributes a game disc to clueless gamers. This disc is a computer virus disguises itself as a Sonic rom hack. But in reality, it acts as a "mirror" that allows user to look into an alternative, hellish dimension. This dimension slowly corrupts the gamer's apartment room, plaguing the gamer with cryptic messages and turning him/her depressed or insane. At the height of the haunting, the entity inside the disc invades the real world and snatch user's soul into said dimension, leaving an empty corpse behind. Afterward, the virus completely destroys the computer and most potential evidence leading to the crime. If we're only to think about how a murder can be committed and how the murderer can get away, I am interested in how to improve upon the story. That said, I want you to imagine yourself as either Batman, Sherlock Holmes, or Phoenix Wright, cracking the case with potentially supernatural at work. The megalomaniac killer can stay, but the outline of the new plot should be marked by the following: 1) Use the perspective of the detective or the police, try to focus primarily on the case instead of the murderer's identity. 2) The detective and the police are not incompetent. They are not Sonic fans and the police order all suspicious items deposited at the police department once the crimes start escalating. 3) Only necessary evidences can be found, which may include the disc and the evil Sonic doll. 4) The main character and any possible assistants never use the disc, therefore are never haunted. 5) The crime can be supernatural as long as it is logical and can be followed (e.g. Batman vs. comic super villains logic).
  4. Kingdom Hearts

    I really like the graphic. It's like the player can walk around in the actual movie.
  5. Favorite Freedom Fighter Member

    Without taking regard to Sonic game characaters (Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, Amy, etc.), which of the members of freedom fighter is your favorite and/or most interesting? Aside from picking a vote, please also state why you like the character and what are most interesting aspect of the character (personality, development, etc.)
  6. I have a question relating to writing a story. It won't be in a written format per-se (I'm using RPG Maker), but I would like to ask about the theme and tones of works similar to Sonic Archie. Where should I post?

    1. Skye Prower

      Skye Prower

      If it's about Sonic, then in Fan Works.

      Otherwise, either in Gaming (if more of a game) or Off-Topic (if more of a story)

      Also, YAY RPG MAKER!

  7. Fan Characters (Wanna see what ya made!)

    Found a free time to draw yesterday.
  8. What if the comics continued?

    I've seen worse reboot (DC's New 52; deleting 25 years of continuity plus 50 years of legacy for lol). Personally, I think Sonic got slightly better with the reboot. I enjoyed Shattered World Crisis, and I believe it has a lot of potential at expanding new stories and characters that would soon replace the old ones without problems... if it does continue. While I understand SEGA wanted adaptations of their games, I think Sonic Archie has so far been stepping around in one place. World Unite was just a commercial while Sonic 1-2 remakes were worse than than the Genesis and Mega Drive books. Post Genesis Sonic needs to establish its own world and characters. In honesty, I'm looking forward for anything original from Ian Flynn, including that Lost Hedgehog Tales he never seems to update.  I'll keep my finger crossed
  9. What makes Sonic 'Sonic'

    Inspired by Frostryu's topic on Antoine, today I would to talk about Sonic, particularly, how he is being considered "The Hero of Mobius" in Sonic Archie comics. We know a hero is a person who achieves great things. In case of Sonic, he is one of the few mobians who have special talents powerful enough to wipe the floor with Dr. Robotnik's army and to fight Robotnik himself one-on-one, even killing him off at one point. However, in the comic book world, classical heroes like Superman and Batman need to showcase other dominant traits other than "beating up bad guys" to make them legitimate heroes. For examples, Superman is known mostly his idealism, compassion and down-to-earth personality and Batman is known for his intelligence, determination and his overwhelming desire for justice. Sonic Archie has over 280 issues, and like Superman and Batman, I believe there's a reason behind this success aside from Sonic being a mascot character.  What I would like to ask you is simple: describe how you feel about Sonic of the Archie comics. Discuss how Sonic in your opinion has proven himself as a good or bad protagonist, what we like or dislike about him, and ultimately what makes him a unique hero. In addition, if you write or draw him, in what angle you would like to express or explore him. Here's my opinion for the starter:
  10. Archie App No New Sonic Comics

    As far as I know, there are some sites that devote themselves to fan continuities. First, there's 'Archie Sonic Online' (http://archiesoniconline.com/) which focuses on Pre-Genesis timeline, and there's 'Sea3on' (http://www.sonicsatam.com/sea3on/) which focuses on SatAm continuity.  
  11. Archie App No New Sonic Comics

    I swear, I'll end up doing a full Archie fan project if they cancel the series. 
  12. Favorite One-Shot Character?

    Caliburn, I like the concept of a snarky, taking object as a mentor character. Grumpy old men go really well with cocky teens in term of comedy.
  13. You know, at least SEGA have understood that people liked Generation's 2D/3D mashup in contrast to Sonic 4, so at the very least they are playing it safe. Of course we want innovation, but In my opinion, it's better to build upon what already works than creating completely new concepts and messing them up. Even if Force turns out to be Generation 2.0, I'll gladly take it as long as it's fun. It shouldn't be that difficult to swallow a similar game given that things like classic and handheld Sonic and Mega Man don't really have a lot of changes despite all the different titles.
  14. Redesigns of Official Characters.

    Tails look great in these picture, just like usual. All those capes look like winter clothes or scarves to me, especially NICOLE and Sally.
  15. A Mobian Fairytale

    So far, this is an interesting set up. It quite reminds me of Epic Mickey for Wii. The theme seems to be about the apparent difference between reality, which is a strong conflict between skeptical "bad endings" view of reality and the optimistic "good endings" view of fairy tales, where cynicism tries to take down anything good left in the world as the established facts and standards; a metaphor for cynical adult vs innocent children in the real world. Even though the story is about "fixing the future" cliche surrounding Silver, the magic book allows a different interpretation where storybooks and past events are being as learning experiences on how to live a life: to either "counteract grim reality" or to "embrace both dark and light to create a new balance". Silver "writing a story" is a symbol for a person making choices in life that creates new path in hope for a better future. If this is a core theme of the story, be sure use the conflict of "grim reality vs hopeful fairy tale" as the contrasting ideologies to create conflicts, so that Silver's struggle will become more meaningful. Since "writing the book" is the thesis of the story. Silver choices and the consequences of his actions will likely to be the main factors that drives the plot, including chapters that may details his interaction with the people living in the book (i.e. how their lives become better or worse because of his interventions). Silver's actions and outcomes throughout the story will determine the quality of the story, both in-context and how we readers read it. Here's several problems I have with the draft, though, mainly about the writing style. 1. The speech pattern here is too formal and difficult to read. Even if it's supposed to be a fairy tale, why do people speak like poets in a post-apocalyptic future? 2. The current state of the magic book is not clear. Has the book allowed Silver to jump into the past? Is the book an interactive encyclopedia that records past events? has it let him enter a magic world that somehow connects with reality? Or is it a tool Mogul uses to test Silver's sense of reality? Most of all, what is the "Prophecy of Ruin" and how is it related to the theme of fixing the future/life? You don't need to outright tell what the book or the prophecy are if you want to keep them as mysteries or symbols, but be sure to hint at or touch upon them, so that they can be linked to the message or moral you are planning to tell. That's all for now. Good luck!