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Alright. It's about time that we begin writing the story to project AEGAKS.

For this project to get off the ground, we need help. The story is far too big for me to write myself, so this is how this is going to work.

This will follow the very basic framework I have set, but we need characters, locales, even possible events. Only these submissions will be posted here.

Characters:
Name: The character's name
Physical description: How does the character look like, how tall, how are they built.
Basic Personality: Personality quirks and oddities. Are they stubborn? do they like adventure?
Social interactions: Do they have a quarrel with another individual? Do they have a interest in someone? Are they easy going?

Locales:
Location: The physical location on the world. Remember, the Sentai Province isn't the only surviving area.
Environment: is it lush and green? is it dry and arid? or does it exist in the Fog Ocean?
Settlements: Are there settlements of humans? are they cities? or tiny villages?
Involvement: are they under attack from the drones? Or are they untouched, undisturbed?

Events:
What is this event and how does it relate? IS it a battle? A defeat? a victory? were there casualties? Is it a civilian event?

All entries should be at least two paragraphs and should answer as many of these points as possible. Good entries will be added to the story as permenant additions.

In addition, we are also going to need artists. Draw a locale, a character, a battle machine or drone, or anything else relevant. These will also be permanantly added.

Good luck!
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| November 18, 2010, 10:43 pm
I suppose my fog HAZMAT settlement would be a good location for the story.

After 2 years of fighting the robots the humans have decided that if all their mountains are captured they need another place to evacuate to. So Sensei Keiken had his historians and scientist work together to recreate the HAZMAT technology and adapt it to the toxic fog. Once the technology was created Sensei Keiken started building settlements all over the world. And mechs to defend them. With the success of the technology Sensei Keiken decided to try to use it for offensive means and created the mountain jumper mechs. They where extremely effective and still are as the robots seem to still be unable to create a comm system capable of penetrating the toxic fog, making them very easy to separate and take down. As of now there are 21 settlements scattered across the planet and only 5 have been discovered, all where successfully defended.

If anyone has any good ideas to add to this I would like to hear them.
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| November 21, 2010, 9:17 pm
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Interesting addition to the story, but there are a few points to clear up. Keiken is only in charge of the Exo Force unit. He's not the uber powerful leader of all that the original story made him out to be. And there are other areas on the world that survived as well, high places like the rocky mountains and the himilayas. Don't forget them.
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| November 22, 2010, 6:33 pm
Quoting crash 703
I suppose my fog HAZMAT settlement would be a good location for the story.

After 2 years of fighting the robots the humans have decided that if all their mountains are captured they need another place to evacuate to. So Sensei Keiken had his historians and scientist work together to recreate the HAZMAT technology and adapt it to the toxic fog. Once the technology was created Sensei Keiken started building settlements all over the world. And mechs to defend them. With the success of the technology Sensei Keiken decided to try to use it for offensive means and created the mountain jumper mechs. They where extremely effective and still are as the robots seem to still be unable to create a comm system capable of penetrating the toxic fog, making them very easy to separate and take down. As of now there are 21 settlements scattered across the planet and only 5 have been discovered, all where successfully defended.

If anyone has any good ideas to add to this I would like to hear them.



What if there is sum sorta' creature that could somewhat survive in the Fog? I'm sure that would give the colonists something to fear.

And who says that some people didn't take refuge underground in the first place, instead of mountains?
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| November 22, 2010, 6:36 pm
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Quoting qwerty 10


What if there is sum sorta' creature that could somewhat survive in the Fog? I'm sure that would give the colonists something to fear.

And who says that some people tuck refuge underground in the first place, instead of mountains?

That also sounds like a good idea to both. There should be a few organisms that would have adapted to the fog. And it makes since that some would have moved underground, especially in large bunkers or complexes.
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| November 22, 2010, 7:58 pm
When the 6 leaders of the SPA agreed upon assembling a Colony, for a plan B incase they fail to protect themselves from the constant robot attacks, 34 volunteers where sent into the Fog with some of the latest 'Fog proof' technology. Expecting that all living organisms were wiped from existence, the few volunteers that manned the Colony know little of the dangers that lurk in the dark shadows of the Fog.

With surprising strength, and amazing speed and agility, at least 28 lager reptilian creators roamed the streets of Tokyo, gorging on the rotting corpses that filled the once magnificent city. But after a few years, food for them becomes scars; so, unfortunately for the columnists, these creators found a taste for living pray!
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| December 13, 2010, 9:49 pm
Quoting qwerty 10
When the 6 leaders of the SPA agreed upon assembling a Colony, for a plan B incase they fail to protect themselves from the constant robot attacks, 34 volunteers where sent into the Fog with some of the latest 'Fog proof' technology. Expecting that all living organisms were wiped from existence, the few volunteers that manned the Colony know little of the dangers that lurk in the dark shadows of the Fog.

With surprising strength, and amazing speed and agility, at least 28 lager reptilian creators roamed the streets of Tokyo, gorging on the rotting corpses that filled the once magnificent city. But after a few years, food for them becomes scars; so, unfortunately for the columnists, these creators found a taste for living pray!


Nice Tokyo godzilla thing! :D

Over in new york massive birdlike flying creatures have been seen circling over the city and diving into the dirtiest parts of it, so far they haven't bothered the humans but it's most likely because of the fact that there's so many mutant rats and cockroaches to eat.

Here's and idea for the underground story.

Long before the nuclear war started there where top secret underground military bases that researched the extremely strange substances that made up the earths mantel. When the nuclear wars started the bases where safe because they where so far underground as to escape the radiation poisoning of the bombs and they where self-sufficient, but enough of the fog penetrated deep enough into the earth to cause some mutations in the local plants and bugs. The humans quickly created hazmat suits and mechs to defend against the fog and the now giant mutant bugs.
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| December 15, 2010, 4:33 pm
Event:
01-14-2157
"The Near End of Human History"
The day that the 20-minute War unleashed it's fuerry upon the near 10 million people that populated the planet, filling most of the earth with a toxic radioactive fog.
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| December 17, 2010, 1:35 am
is anyone planning on building these things? i'd be happy too, although im quite lazy with photography. i could pull it off, though.
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| February 7, 2011, 9:02 pm
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Quoting Max Watson
is anyone planning on building these things? i'd be happy too, although im quite lazy with photography. i could pull it off, though.
Which things are you referring to?
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| February 8, 2011, 12:51 am
Quoting Jason Dominguez
Which things are you referring to?

The creatures. i could do bionicle or lego, i have a more-than ample supply of both. sorry for not putting anything on recently, by the way. ill try to get them up this weekend.
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| February 9, 2011, 7:32 pm
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Quoting Max Watson
The creatures. i could do bionicle or lego, i have a more-than ample supply of both. sorry for not putting anything on recently, by the way. ill try to get them up this weekend.

Ey, no worries. Inspiration comes and goes, it can't be forced. Unless your like me with a ton of Liquid Imagination to chug.
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| February 9, 2011, 9:48 pm
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Quoting Jason Dominguez
Ey, no worries. Inspiration comes and goes, it can't be forced. Unless your like me with a ton of Liquid Imagination to chug.

Well if got that much L.I. in your cellar, shoot a bottle over this way. Mine's been squished like a useless fleshling under the iron boot of a mecha-droid. Gee, that seems remotely familiar for some reason!
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| February 16, 2011, 11:29 am
I have enough LI to get me by, now I just need some hard-core Talent in my diet...
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| February 16, 2011, 1:11 pm
Quoting Max Watson
is anyone planning on building these things? i'd be happy too, although im quite lazy with photography. i could pull it off, though.


I was thinking of something similar to the creature Spinax from the 8924-1 "Maxilos and Spinax"(link below)... Or at least using its head.

http://brickset.com/detail/?Set=8924-1
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| February 16, 2011, 6:01 pm
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Quoting Mike Johnson
Well if got that much L.I. in your cellar, shoot a bottle over this way. Mine's been squished like a useless fleshling under the iron boot of a mecha-droid. Gee, that seems remotely familiar for some reason!

Would you like to add an ATD to your order? A single 20 0z cell of LI can power the RGF Productions ATD for a month. And we have a great deal on bulk orders of LI cells. Buy 24 or more and get them half off!
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| February 16, 2011, 7:00 pm
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