Life, for the most part, is as normal. People are born and die, but each playable character, as well as some of the NPC, are different. Some are Tower Born.
Those that are Tower Born are made from the elements. No family to be born into, there are those who accept Tower Born as their own, those who raise you and care for you. Based on your atributes you will learn specific lessons that will help guide your own unique path to greatness.
I decided to review three things at a time. Every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday will be the main series. The first one will be Machine Man, by Max Barry. Every Sunday will be SOur Sunday, where I Review a chapter of a book I will probably hate. The first book is a series called Twilight. Every Wednesday will be Hump Day Read, where I read and review something that can be done in one sitting.
I will start tomorrow, so look forward to it :).
Hey all. Welcome to a long-term project of mine called EleTavi. I plan to eventually make this into an amazing project that crosses over many media types that all links to an RPG game.
To make it brief, EleTavi will be an RPG game where you have quests and side quests, as well as a world that you can explore. Every corner of every place will have secrets to uncover, and you, along with your pet, your weapon, and your marking, which all evolve with you, will be able to choose what’s important to discover. You will have your own super powers, as well as a rich, unique history that explains your home town and the world around you. Heavily story-driven, everyone and everything will have some sort of background history.
All of this may not make too much sense right now, but every day I will explain more, so keep your eyes peeled for what EleTavi will be about.
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Hey all. Here’s the schedule for the revamped Corr Books blog. I apologize if I pissed anyone off with these changes, but they’re needed so I can get back to work.
Every day I will add something to EleTavi. It needs to be the focus of my attention since I plan to keep it around for a long time.
Every Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday I am adding a chapter review to a book I’m reading. That’s five chapters a week, which I think is pretty good.
I also plan to add to whatever book I’m writing at least every Wednesday and Sunday, but more often if I have the time.
Like I said, I’m sorry if I pissed anyone off, but these changes needed to be made. It’s all part of a bigger plan, which can be read by clicking the link below.
Well, I deleted the posts in this blog. I saved what was important, and now I will slowly sort through it all as I start up my new plan tomorrow.
Trust me. This will all make sense in the end.