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Extradimensional Alien


25-year old fanfiction writer from Russia.

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  • 140 weeks
    No updates for more than a year, oh my...

    Erm... I live?

    *sees glares*

    OK, I am sorry. Really.

    So here is the stuff:

    1) I have found to my displeasure that I need to go back to drawing board for the Western Wastelands arc in the "Fallout: Equestria Girls" story. I can churn out a chapter or two without doing that, and then I will have to rethink a number of things.

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    16 comments · 1,056 views
  • 167 weeks
    Going on a vacation for 2 weeks

    Internet reception is not likely to be good, so I am basically offline; if I do happen to come around, it's not for long.

    Sorry everyone, was not able to update anything in time.

    1 comments · 314 views
  • 189 weeks
    Whelp

    I haven't seen "Forgotten Friendship" in full yet, but from what bits I saw on YouTube, my own headcanon got screwed (namely, that Sunset never got back to Equestria and never saw Princess Twilight and Princess Celestia until the events of Fallout: Equestria Girls).

    Expect some retcon. There won't be much, but Chapter 31 at least will have to be re-written a bit.

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    10 comments · 640 views
  • 201 weeks
    Bad news, people...

    No, I am not cancelling any of my WIP stories. It's other things.

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    13 comments · 898 views
  • 206 weeks
    It's my birthday, yeaaaaaaah!

    I am twenty-four now! :pinkiehappy:

    18 comments · 356 views
Feb
11th
2019

No updates for more than a year, oh my... · 8:52am Feb 11th, 2019

Erm... I live?

*sees glares*

OK, I am sorry. Really.

So here is the stuff:

1) I have found to my displeasure that I need to go back to drawing board for the Western Wastelands arc in the "Fallout: Equestria Girls" story. I can churn out a chapter or two without doing that, and then I will have to rethink a number of things.

2) Also, I am gradually losing interest in both MLP and Fallout, which the recent failure of Fallout 76 did not help. On the other hand, I have upgraded my hardware, so maybe I can finally run Fallout 4 without problems and get back in the groove. I have no plans to leave the site, but no promises I will be terribly active here.

3) I am also adminning one group here, and this also plays a factor in my reduced writing time (besides work and other duties).

I'll try to update. I have invested a lot in the story and I don't want to let it die. But no hard promises when I'll actually update. I'm sorry.

Comments ( 16 )

It's ok. Take your time. Life can make us busy.

Does this apply to other stories?

Agreed! Take your time, we'll support your decision either way.

5011367

Yes, it does apply to all of my other stories in progress, I tagged "Fallout: Equestria Girls" because it's the story I used to focus most on.

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5011368

Thank you for kind words :twilightsmile:

Take your time. You're writing is great but 1) real life comes first and 2) don't force the writing, otherwise it will either come out at a low quality or you'll end up hating what you did

Should I start singing the star spangled banner for you?

It would be shame to let this story die a dogs death especially after putting so much effort into it.

I have upgraded my hardware, so maybe I can finally run Fallout 4 without problems and get back in the groove.

What did you upgrade from and to, if you don't mind me asking?

Looking forward to the stories continuing, but do what you have to do.

If you finally decide to abandon FO: EQG, you can always make an ending where everyone dies...

In case things don’t work out (which i hope they do work out and you do end up making a come back), have/ would you consider someone in mind taking over? Like if you already have an idea what direction you want the story to go?

Be careful of rl stuff it's a pain in the @$$

Sorry to hear about your displeasure of 76. Well, I guess I always been happy to read this story.

We are patient people, just do what you can

I am not surprised 76 dissappointed many people, Bethesda REALLY shouldve made it a single-player title and they couldve done better (even if it was a short game)

Just curious, are you still brainstorming Fallout Girls? Is there any chance we'll hear news?

After a year and a half since this blog post I just want to know if you still think about this story or if you're considering cancelling. I hope not, but if you do please don't delete it. I'd still like to go back and read it, even if you never finish it.

Some times I like to re-imagine the story with an OPOC joining them on their travels. The OC I imagine is a gamer from Vault 64 who, like Rarity, was being trained to be a soldier in that military vault. The difference is that Vault 64 had residents who were all gamer loading into VR simulators for their training. The VR pods were equipped with electro-shock needles inserted into there main muscle group along with drug injectors to help maintain and even build muscle mass while they "sleep" and trained in the VR world.

Long story short, during checkup period the residents revolted against the doctors and military men that over saw their training the VR and experimented on them over stress and the effect to psychotropic drugs. The Docs and Soldiers died from sabotage after they locked all the residents back in the VR world.

The only escape was triggering a "Final Exam" test program to check their training and release them should they pass. Psychological strain from being being locked in, isolated lead to physical stress induced heart attacks, stokes and aneurysms. The final test, a massive war against an A.I. controlled army where lose meant respawning in a reset battlefield fighting the same war over and over again until they won. A task made more difficult as real deaths reduced the number of capable soldiers making the survivors more dependent on A.I. soldiers that were of lower quality than the enemy army.

The OC is the only survivor as the strain of the wake up process was too much for the few other resident to live until the moment the test was passed. Worse still, as residents died, before and after the test was started, residents died freeing up resources that the system used to run the simulation. Without doctors to monitor the system no one realized that VR time was speeding up compared to real life adding to the strain that lead to aneurysms.

The OC and residents to finish the test had "lived" for centuries beyond the actual time that had pasted. The time allowed the OC to learn many skill in the VR world thanks to many different training programs but the torture of being trapped in VR indefinitely leaves my OC to wonder if he's still in the simulation and sometimes considers suicide to see if he'll respawn.

The OC's name is Childs Play or Play for short. He loves games, fps, puzzles, strategy and he gets good at them fast. He considered becoming a game developer before he was selected for the vault. His time in the simulation left him with time to use training programs like a technology research creation kit. He could research the combinations of chemicals, construction/engineering/fabrication of new weapons, tech and materials and the simulator was run the numbers to see if what was created would work in real life. This allowed Play to theoretically advance Play's knowledge beyond both the BoS and the Institute. Play just needed to see if his research could actually be built outside of the simulation.

This made Play many allies and enemies and would eventually force Play to leave his corner of the wastelands and eventually cross paths with Twilight and Sunset.

I know it's a goofy, far to OP character idea but I like going through it in my head. It what I do while I wait for the next update to the actually story Fallout: Equestria Girls.

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