This is an interactive story:
YOU decide which path you take, what adventure you'll live in!
Luck and decisiveness will lead you through different texts and dangers.
But don't get caught by the wizard.
“Happy to see that you actually decided to come,” you hear a very familiar and agitating voice trumpet out from behind you.
"That wasn’t very nice, Jim," you say as you stoop down to pick up your lighter. “You could have broken it.”
“Well, I’m happy to see you regardless of your minging ,” says Jim.
“ I only came as a favor to Rebecca,” you say as you feel him slide his arm around your shoulder.
“Lighten up, bud; you’re always so tense. Look, the other guys are already ins
It has come to my attention that writing.com has disabled the "More by this author" button for non-users. This is absolute garbage. My entire writing style in this community - and I'm sure some elements of my style outside of the community - was inspired not by following any Interactive Story in linear order! It was by selecting the juiciest-looking chapter names (from the similarly-disabled "Story Outline" option), finding a chapter I liked, and selecting "More by this author" to read through their greatest contributions to this tale and others. I wouldn't have found most of my favorite writers this way!
It's also come to my attention that I can be very stop-and-go when it comes to various forms of contribution, and I can sometimes keep updating things on writing.com for extended periods of time while remaining isolated from the rest of the world.
With this in mind, I p
As the group approached the turnstiles, they were greeted by a woman that looked about their age. She had fluorescent blue hair and eyes, which contrasted greatly with the red, flight attendant-esque uniform she was wearing that matched the parks colors. As she caught their eyes, she smiled and looked away, offering a weak, “H-hello, w-welcome to Eternipark, m-memories to last an eternity. My na