Insanity Complex: Fantasy FICTION
The main idea here is Man vs. Nature as well as Man. The focus for each character is to fulfill their own goal, which as this story contains about 5 major arcs simultaneously while being on a planet facing apocalyptic catastrophe, there is a sense of tension between characters while their goals at any point may be opposite or rivaled. This place is set in a fictional world known as Neo Aegis. Each character must overcome obstacles set by Weather, Space, Time, God/Otherworldly Factors, and Physical Constraints and the Unknown (each encompassing my view of what is seen as natural)
Anon: Science FICTION
The main idea here is Man vs. Society, where a group of people collectively fight against oppression from all of Society, from fellow people who want change, to the entire infra-structured government. If not already noted, this is based on the activist group Anonymous, which is why each character wears a 'mask'. This could be considered hero, however the whole 'Anonymous' group as a whole is largely debated and I focus more on the deeds done through actions through computers by the Avatars and their programming, rather than their fighting scenes. (confusing I know, just go with it, I can answer better to questions ) The world is in a Cyberspace known as the Circuit Interface. It cnnects the entire "Utopian" world the government says is safe.
Lionhearted: Superhero FICTION
This is a Man vs. Self themed story, focusing on a characters inner struggles similar to mine for control over himself. It is considered Superhero because the boy sees himself as a superhero, and has many heroes who accompany him in the Conclave, while in actuality it is all in the boys head. The internal struggle here is probably the darkest and because there is emotional ties to this story, I feel this story will be finished in my eyes first, as it is also shorter and more relate-able to myself. This world takes place in a fictional city, however it is in a world more closely resembling our own.
Black and White: Philosophical FICTION
This is a short story revolved around the game of chess, where both sides fight, however each side sees itself as good, and that through constant years of fighting, they slowly forget why they fight. Each side generally understands what is happening however, (insert sappiness here) stuff can be worked out. There is more to the story here, however, I can't just ruin it. This is also more like a novella anyway. And what I say here, might not only change but
IF for some reason you read all that, please comment your two cents. I would love to hear some feedback on my ideas, and any suggestions to any story would only help the plot thicken.