Author Archives: Corvidae
The following scene represents an experiment. After the events of Fort Funston, during actual gameplay, I indicated that Scout tried to get some blood on her way home, we briefly rolled for it, then the game moved on. However, while … Continue reading
Happy Halloween! I figured I’d celebrate the second-best holiday of the year with an extra early post. The following scene shows Scout’s perspective on the battle with the Settites in the Fort Funston tunnels that occurred on 12/3/15. This scene … Continue reading
The following scene parallels and completes a secret scene from 11/19/2015. Scout content warnings still apply.
Been lagging a bit so a double-post this weekend. The following segment provides extra insight into Scout’s point-of-view on two scenes initially published on 11/12/15. Scout content warnings still apply.
The following section parallels the events of 10/30/15 and 11/05/15, with a few non-game scenes thrown in for character development. Scout content warnings still apply.
So, I must apologize. I’ve been putting this particular update off for awhile, avoiding even re-reading it for edits. I’ve known it’s been coming, of course, but still it takes a huge amount of will to actually push this one … Continue reading
The following scene parallels the events of 10/15/15, after Scout and Rabenholz have rejoined Anstis and continued their hunt for the Abomination. Content warnings for Scout’s storyline still apply.
The next two episodes in the main-line chapter–9/17/15 and 10/1/15–actually don’t have a Scout-centered version because they were primarily action scenes without a lot of extra subtext to add. You can go back to refresh your memory if you’d like, … Continue reading
The following sequence parallels the main-line events of 8/25/15, the start of Rabenholz, Anstis’s, and Scout’s trip to Humboldt County. Be aware that Scout’s storyline often takes on darker tones than the main storyline and deals with themes of abuse.
The following sequence parallels the main-line events of 08/20/15. Be aware that Scout’s storyline often takes on darker tones than the main storyline and deals with themes of abuse.