Monday, September 13, 2010

So here I am, sitting and typing.

Bleh. Icewolf have a LOT of homework. I just got done with one major one and now have to go do tiny ones.

I can't wait until I get to book three of Outcasts, but I never can seem to get through book two! I look at my plot graph (I was a bit bored and decided to try my hand at organization with mixed results) and say to myself, 'look, you don't have that much to go, you should be done soon', but then I confront the actual notebook (~le gasp~ my yellow notebook?! impossible.) I get brain damage.

What do you guys think? Right now I'm writing the scene when the big huge major Lethroe (magic werewolves for those who haven't read the whole thing) pack meets the Outcasts. Tamiki is outraged and confused, their leader had only visited him in his dreams before and he doesn't know why they need to come and intrude in his waking world as well. Xela struggles to come to terms with her magic and wonders why half her memory is left...

Wait, let me start from the beginning for those of you who didn't get here in time for the whole version.
Outcasts:
Xela on her birthday finds out that she is a werewolf and adopted by the werewolf pack known as the Outcasts ( -sorry for the overuse of ( ) but yeah- EXCLUSIVE INFO: I named them such for their exclusion from most people). They live in the human world until an evil abnormal werewolf called Ironamo sends an assassin to bomb two of Xela's pack, Tamiki and Aurum. Worried he might go after her family, Xela escapes into the Ever-growing Forest with the remaining member of her pack and her sister Emogene, or Emmy. Flamdura, a black were-dragon, tags along.

You meet Morano and the Forest Pack, they stay with them, and Tamiki and Aurum come back to them and you find out there is major conflict between them concerning Xela. In the end, Tamiki finds out that he is a Lethroe and flees the Forest Pack with the Outcasts. Epilogue: Xela gets captured by Ironamo, sending the Outcasts into disaster.

Awaking:
The Outcasts aren't doing to well without Xela. Each wolf blames themselves. Meanwhile, Xela has lost all her memories of her past due to Ironamo's ability to steal them. Akov, a former assassin, comes into play, befriends Xela, and eventually escapes with her. He has fallen in love with her, and that becomes obvious when he is recaptured. Xela after his capture, runs blindly in one direction, traveling for a long time.

Month later: Tamiki, who has worked hard to hone his magic so that he might redeem himself from losing Xela when he could've used magic to prevent her capture (but really at his level then he couldn't), senses Xela come into his range and brings her back. He accidentally restores her memories halfway.

Thus we are at the point I am at. I think I might update my stories so you can see it a bit. Anyway, to my original question: What do you guys want to see out of Outcasts? Who do you want to live or (bwahaha) die?

4 comments:

The Golden Eagle said...

I don't want anyone to die! But I suppose it's inevitable; I'm getting to the point in my own story where people are getting into danger . . . and *sigh* writers know what that means . . .

Icewolf said...

DEATH TO CHARACTERS! What do you want to see out of Outcasts?

The Golden Eagle said...

Hmmm. It seems to be rolling along pretty well as it is, but as for what I want to see out of Outcasts: I don't know. I like seeing what you come up with. :)

But I do have one thought: since Tamiki restored half of Xela's memories, if you really wanted something *tragic* to happen Akov could die after Xela suddenly remembers him due to Tamiki's magic. Just an idea . . .

Whiskfang said...

DEath!!!