I just realized I haven't made an official role-play that was written in first-person. Should I try one?
I'm just brainstorming ideas at this point, here's what I can come up with:
A story set in Aethasia, but the characters are made up. The Empire is still the enemy, and the story is set during the time when the Resistance is at full force. The story will document one character's journey (name not decided) as he lives a life during the most significant times of Aethasia. Shall he live up to his family name and serve Empire, or will he follow that calling and join the Resistance? (first-person)
Okay, pay attention since this might get confusing. This is NOT set in Aethasia, but rather the "real" world, where the Empire is called the Conglomerate, The UnGod (Lucky/the Emperor) rules, and The Crimson Hand (the Scarlet Man) has called the Resurgence (the Resistance) together to fight the hordes of Automata (Automatons). The difference between this world and Aethasia is that there's skyscrapers, guns, grenades, cars, airplanes, and some more real life elements. Think Aetherlight, but set in 2030. It'd basically the story of how Aetherlight would be in that environment. (third person)
Which is better?
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These are only ideas, and I'm not sure if I'm making them yet. Any feedback or ideas are appreciated. I'll post more ideas if I have them.