Bonus points: write something so edgy that it would give the animators cuts as they drew it.
>A sassy pirate captain discovers and uses unique powers to find a powerful weapon before the enemy does, but becomes romantically involved with the enemy.
a serial rapist thinks he has a new target, little does he know that he has accidently raped a wizard! in punishment the wizard smites our hero. As a ghost he must be a guardian angel to all his rape victims and assist them in putting their lives back together from the psychological impact of his rapings.
The main character is named Yamiken.
In modern-day Japan a young brooding hero accidentally finds battlesuit/combat mecha and must fight crazed army officer while alien ship/armada overcomes token '50's monster movie style resistance and destroys the world and everybody lives happily ever after.
Does he save anime?
>cute loli pirates doing cute loli pirate things
>such as fighting over ship duties, attempting to prepare food that's not shitty, rationing the rum BUT WHY IS THE RUM GONE?, and raiding settlements/villages/merchants/other ships with blood-thirsty ferocity that earns them a name which strikes fear into the hearts of all that hear it
>throughout the show they become increasingly violent, as even the newest member of the pirate crew comes to revel in the bloodshed
>by the end they aren't even raiding for the money, they do it for the chance to kill something
>it all comes to a head when the royal navy finally manages to chase them down and corners them in an ambush with a dozen ships
>the loli pirates are slaughtered
There once was a beautiful man who could steal a woman's heart at first glance. One day he inadvertently attracts a rather persistent witch. Losing patience he thoroughly explains why he wants nothing to do with her. Heartbroken, the witch places a curse on the man so that anyone he makes eye contact with will have the urge to kill herself. He lives his days trying not to make eye contact, or else he witnesses numerous and increasingly inventive suicides.
LITTLE GIRLS AND CHRISTMAS CAKE SAILING ON 18TH CENTURY SHIPS
Hey that's pretty good
Beauty and the Beast x Village of the Damned, the anime?
Battle shonen about a weak harvesting god (MC) from a poor village. This god is bullied by the other gods and pitied by the others. Soon the village people begin to lose faith in him due to low crop harvests, save for one very devoted follower (love interest). On the brink of vanishing completely, a goddess (second love interest) decides to share her power to him and help his village out of pity and restore his faith as well as giving him a share of hers.
MC decides to challenge Gods all over to gain shares of their faith and become the most powerful god of all.
>a group of high school-aged friends work together to prevent the end of the world at the hands of a mad magician
>they sacrifice everything, life and limb, to make it to the end only to discover the truth
>this has happened before
>in all the infinite universes, Earth is born and reborn on an endless cycle and there is nothing that can be done to stop the march of time
>the last remaining character dies in the pit of despair
An anime about a huge, manly man (think Kenshiro) who can turn paper fans into ropes. With his abilities, he fights alien invaders.
>Typical shoujo manga that follows some plain girl and her prince charming.
>After chapter 1 ends, the perspective changes to that of one of the groupies that is always "kyaa~!"ing about the male lead.
>She gets rejected my male lead.
>She gets jealous of plain girl.
>She pays delinquents to rape the plain girl, prince charming saves the plain girl and the delinquents rape the MC instead.
>MC gets a bunch of her friends to do the whole "corner the plain girl and bully her into staying away from the male lead" thing. Male lead saves her and MC's friends get all pissed at MC because he hates them now.
>MC is now subject to horrendous bullying.
>Delinquents rape her again, take her phone number and say "You're our girlfriend now".
>Raped for days on end.
>Meanwhile the plain girl is living a wonderful bubbly love life with the male lead.
Alright, bonusu roundo two.
Write a plot with suffering turned up to 11.
>Bonus points: write something so edgy that it would give the animators cuts as they drew it.
>Loli befriends cat.
>11 episodes of cute antics.
>The cat dies in the final episode.
Then the loli gets cancer.
>Starts as typical high school SoL
>Boke gets a bad test score, all her friends joke about her being such an airhead, a few more minutes of standard lighthearted jokes
>Boke goes home
>Her dad is there, drunk
>"I saw your report card, you stupid bitch!"
>Beats the shit out of her
>She stumbles into her room, crying
>"No matter how much I study, I always get such bad grades..."
>She jumps out the window to her death
>The rest of the series has the other characters either mourning her or committing suicide over things that reflect their archetypes via dramatic irony
>The rest of the series is standard SoL but without her present
Hey isn't this already is the plot of a anime?
Basically >>100946936 but in the 1st person POV of MC. And his mom dies and eventually his father has to kill him.
This sounds like a Nanami Doujin
>slice of life called Suffering 11
>cute loli girls get bored create super edgy stories every episode
>one story is about this kid who stubbed his toe on a step of a stairway, another is about a girl who got a paper cut
it would be so fucking edgy like you wouldn't believe
NEET/Hikki who is bullied at school (seen graphically) can only eat in the bathroom at least that's what he thought, constantly neglected by parents in favor of his younger brother
Final episode follows him commiting suicide and reaching his paradise in his mind.
>an aspiring novelist is forced to put his dreams on hold when he is drafted into the army after world war three begins
>he writes letters home to his family telling them that he is fine and assuring them that everything is okay
>but he also writes to a woman
>she is also an aspiring novelist and they are something like rivals - often having competed for the same prizes in the same competitions
>but unlike his letters that go to his family, the ones he sends to her reflect how he really sees the war
>he writes almost as though the things happening around him are fiction
>lives are afforded no importance in the face of the fact that people are only characters and authors can kill as many characters as they like
>similar to this he makes other disturbing observations such as those about how some soldiers revel in the blood shed and how little their lives appear to be worth in the grand scheme of the war
>the strangest part though is that he blends in fantastical elements; he writes like this is some grand book that he hopes to publish upon his return
>but the fantastical elements (e.g. his squad is being bombed but all he sees is a great monster rampaging through the trenches and tearing men limb from limb) are his way of coping with what his brain does not want to properly comprehend
>she finds this completely heart breaking as he was always a gentle kind of person and his growing savagery begins to shine through as the letters continue to arrive
>unbeknownst to him, the girl decides that the world should see an account of the war like that and has his letters published in newspapers - local ones at first, but large international publications as his writing gains popularity
>through the words of someone who doesn't know how to deal with the war and what he has become having seen and caused death, the weight of the war begins to weigh heavily on the people, and the citizens of the world begin to force their governments to lay down arms
I was actually thinking semi-seriously today about this. I'm trying to get into creative writing and failing miserably because I'm horribly, horribly self-conscious about every word I write. So I thought maybe it would be a good exercise to try, instead of writing a "serious" story, just drawing on my Nerd Passion and trying to come up with an idea for, like, a cool anime that I'd enjoy watching. Forget about the construction of the prose, forget about realism, forget about "literary" "merit", just drop all my inhibitions and let my imagination run wild, with the only end goal to think of something enjoyable and cool and in the style of the kind of stuff I like to watch for fun.
And I still got nothing. It's like creative constipation.
Really pisses me off because when I was little I used to spend all of my time, every recess and every day after school, coming up with stories and imagining worlds, and now that I'm older I'm so self-conscious that I just can't let my ideas flow without instantly hating anything I come up with.
If there are any serious or semi-serious writers reading this thread I could really use some support.
Oh fucking hell, that alternate ending would hurt so much.
SHOUJO anime where cute girls dressed like princes pilot giant humanoid mech that ride giant mech animals in a yearly tournament. The girls would all be funded by big corporations like McDonalds and WalMart and get paid super well. The only guys in the show would be the referees (who pilot giant robots that are painted with black and white stripes). ___I hate what anime has become__
A romance anime about two codependent people who fall in love and how they eventually ruin each other's lives in their insecurity.
>serious writer reporting in, spoiler and sage for blogshit
When you start out you are going to be self conscious and you need to realise that there's no easy cure for that. In my life I have written ~600 000 words and it's only in the last year that I've been able to say "I'm actually quite a good writer, you know," with all sincerity.
My first tip is to join an online writing forum. There are good ones and there are bad ones. My suggestion is writingforums.com or writingforums.org. They both have lots of knowledgeable people, both published and unpublished, who can speed up the process of being a better writer.
My second pointer is try not to take your writing too seriously. That may seem pretty vague, but it's a real thing. Write something with a comedic character, write in the voice of a protagonist so sarcastic that it borders on sheer stupidity, write something ridiculously cliched and have fun with it.
But whatever you write, remember that you have to be bad at writing at some point, and that it will pass eventually.
>The alt end
I legitimately did not know that.
Steampunk-ish turn of the 20th century style action Anime. Follows a band of airship pirates who sail the skys fucking with an evil empire that rules a huge portion of the Earth. All of the crew are made up of ex-military of the countries conquered by the empire. theyve been going at it for almost 20 years and are famous for it. Hated by the empire and loved by the subjugated and conquered peoples and resistance. Every person on the crew is some kind of character stereotype. (drunk enigneer, hard ass marine, perverted doctor, etc.) The captain and the first mate are best buddies from the war. The captain is a man and the first mate is a woman. There's tons of sexual tension and implied love between them, but it never pays out.
After all the intros and world building they get word from former crew members who got married and left to start a family that they were found out as former pirates by the Empire military police and need help. The ship arrives too late and the captain finds that they had a daughter who is now an orphan. The girl was raised on a farm and never saw war or fought. The show revolves around her joining the ship and descending into the gritty world of air piracy.
Show is like 50% action/hard hitting shit (killing people/war crimes and 50% comedy and SoL on an airship. I guess she can fall in love with one of the crew or something, I dunno.
Moving onto bonus round three.
Write an anime plot with legitimately satisfying romance without using any leaned-on cliches.
Are there any relatively simple exercises you can recommend to sort of "open the floodgates" creatively, so to speak?
Preferably ones that can be done without the help of mind-altering substances.
Harem where the childhood friend wins.
I spent all of middle and high school developing this one fictional world/saga that I dreamed about making into an anime. It was going to be an epic space opera with an in-universe history and religion spanning thousands of years.
Then I found out that the plot was so similar to Evangelion, Xenogears and Xenosaga that there was no way I'd ever be able to convince anyone it wasn't a ripoff, so I got bummed out and scrapped it.
I still have (a portion of) some of my outlines uploaded somewhere...
Not really. Writing is a self-perpetuating thing. Think of it like a logarithmic scale in terms of both technical ability and ideas. The more ideas you have, the more ideas you get.
If you're having real trouble then do some reading/watch some good TV shows/movies. There's bound to be something that sparks your imagination in there, so you take it and run with it.
For instance, I'm currently writing a book about a port-town ruled by a pirate lord that was partly inspired by the concepts in Deadwood.
Also know that you can't force good ideas into existence. They come when they come and you just have to ride the wave. Write down things that you like, partial scenes, character ideas, even just a potential book title. There'll be a story in there somewhere.
A washed out man who's lost all ambition to live tries to commit suicide by hanging himself in his apartment. Little did he know that the person living below him was also preparing to shoot himself in the head. By some miraculous coincidence, the bullet he shot through his head pierced through the old weary boards of the apartment and passed through the weak wire our MC was using to hang himself with just as he was about to jump off the chair, stopping his attempt.
What follows are strange incidents where the MC's suicide attempts are stopped by the suicide attempts of others. In his journey, he joins a group of people (say seven or eight?) who also want to kill themselves that he met on the internet. All of them have had the same problem, whenever they were on the way to lose their life another suicide would save them and so they made this little group to resolve this glaring problem
Time passed and this little circle they had, where they would rant about their looming depression and shitty lives, became an integral part of their lives. Before the MC knew it the people he met there gave him a new outlook in life... he wanted to live life again.
After numerous meetings, failed suicides, and increasing tension, the MC thought about announcing his new will to live until somebody blurted something out…
"If we can't take our own lives, what if somebody took it from us instead? What about murder?"
>MC is an ordinary highschool student who was forced into committing suicide by your average highschool bullies
>In the afterlife he encounters a spirit that calls itself "The Boundary" who gives him two options: 1) follow through with his death and enter the afterlife, or 2) be resurrected one week back in time before his death and try to prevent himself from being forced into suiciding.
>MC still has lingering thoughts on wanting to live, so he chooses option 2
>When he returns a week prior to his death the first thing he does is try to figure out ways to avoid the bullies and survive. However, eventually he realizes that every plan he has to avoid them will be nullified by a factor that unexpectedly comes up
>After wasting his first night back, he goes to sleep hoping that something will come to him in the morning
>The next 8 episodes are about the MC being bullied through various events before school, during school, and after school where he faces discrimination, humiliation, and suffering despite making an effort each and every time to try to stand up for himself
>Final 3 episodes are about the final day where the bullies plan to have MC kill himself. MC realizes that there's no way out of it and nothing will save him from his demise. He ends up commiting suicide at the end of episode 10, but encounters The Boundary again who gives him the same two options.
>MC goes with option 1 this time, but The Boundary rejects the option. MC becomes enraged and screams at spirit to let him end his suffering. The Boundary forces MC into option 2 where he has to relive the whole experience again.
>The next two episodes revolve around the MC going crazy and murdering everyone, the bullies, the teachers, and the bystanders who did nothing to help him in his time of need. At the end when he killed everyone, he kills himself again and picks option 2 all over again.
Not that guy, but:
Watch your favorite movies and shows, read your favorite books, play your favorite games, listen to your favorite music. That's what I do, anyway. Always helps for me.
Harem where all the girls just go /u/ on each other and MC is left alone
I toyed around with the idea of a sequel to one of my favorite shows, does that count?
2 soldiers from opposite sides injured in a crater in the middle of no-mans land fall in love with each other gay love, they also both get blown up at the end while embracing eachother after their confessions
Originality is a myth. If you arrived at the plot on your own then it's not a rip off, no matter what other people say. Besides, putting off writing it for that reason assumes you will ever finish it, and that if you ever finish it it assumes you will publish it, and if you ever publish it it assumes that enough people will read it that some will have idea what those shows are. Don't make excuses. Just write it.
Kinda cool in the vein of edgy plots, but it'd probably be cringe worthy if actually animated.
Ensemble drama/comedy about a group of friends graduating from college and moving on into the real world, following their relationships with one another and with other people. The twist is that each episode follows the perspective of a different character, and each character has their own completely unique aesthetic to reflect their own idiosyncratic personality and the way they see the world - the naive girl lives in a colorful, bubbly shojo series, the jock lives in a hot-blooded shonen, the computer science major lives in a sci-fi, the sassy "mature" girl lives in a josei where everything's super-stylish and angular and acid-trip-colored, the brainy guy struggling with depression lives in a world with dark, washed out colors, sharp angles, and character designs that make it look like everyone's sad or scowling all the time. The various characters will appear in each other's episodes in the style of that episode's "perspective", and we may learn radically different things about them based purely on how another character (via their "perspective") sees them versus how they (in their episodes) see themselves.
Sorry I can't come up with more plot details but I always come up with these kind of high-concept outlines and never know how to fill them in...
An ancient evil awakens and threatens to destroy the world, however the courage of a chosen boy may be enough to stop it, if his outragous temper can be cooled by his quiet, naturally-gifted-in-everything female childhood friend. Little do our heroes know that once the evil is defeated a greater, older, true evil will be revealed that is so evil the first evil will side with the heroes and show everyone he's not such a bad guy after all.
MC and his older sister have a unique darkness power from a darkness lineage, but the MC is only half as darkness as a normal person.
A demon is attracted to the MC's inferiority and desire for more power, so he gives the MC a bunch of special tasks that he says will make him stronger. In the mean time, he is also given demonic magic, which isn't really special but synergies especially well with the unique darkness.
He fights a normal darkness user, a couple lesser demons, a wielder of angel magic, a normal light user, and a runt angel who has become very human-like and is a hedonist. The first notable encounter is somebody the demon says is "interesting" and that the MC doesn't have to seriously fight.
At first, this person seems like a normal demon magic user, but then he also pulls out angel magic and creates a whip made of burning demon hair. It dissolves the demon hair the MC uses to bind his darkness demon blade together and he loses while going BAKANA. This interesting person then talks about how the philosophy of darkness(rejection of spirit), and philosophy of light(spirit is sacred) are both foolish, and that the spirit is tangible power accessible to anyone.
The next notable encounter is a unique light user. His power lets him create a blade of angel fire bound together by light, somewhat running parallel to MC's ability. This guy isn't running at half power like the MC, so of course an ass beating is gonna happen. But then the other half of the MC's powers wake up, and they are the same unique light powers as this guy. He creates a hybrid attack and wins.
The only way more than one person can have the same unique ability is if they inherent it. The MC's older sister is actually his mother.
I wrote a lot more than this but had to slim it down.
Stop try to make steam punk happen, it's not going to happen.
Could cool or could be bad. It probably depends on how over-the-top the styles of their perspectives are.
>every shounen story arc ever
Yeah, I know what you mean. I'm studying film and I'm taking a screenwriting class this semester, but I'm really nervous about whether I'm going to choke when it comes time to produce, as I have in every other creative writing course I've taken. I try to watch lots of good, "highbrow" films and TV shows, and I really love a lot of them. I sort of have an idea for a short screenplay I could write that's inspired by The Sopranos, which is my favorite TV show of all time. But whenever I sit down to actually try and write something, I realize all I have are vague concepts and fragmentary pieces - scenes, sentences, characters, lines of dialogue - but I never know how to pull them all together. In a way I kind of prefer visual storytelling, because it lets me bypass the whole business of words, which I kind of hate because they're so easily misleading and I never feel like they say what I really want to say.
But the problem is, getting those abstract concepts floating in my mental space and towing them down to earth without too much getting burned up from the process of entering the atmosphere - and not getting so angry with myself that I want to stop immediately if even some of it does.
I dunno. I guess being able to write stuff must be a confidence booster. But whenever I write something and I don't like it I just hate myself.
Sounds like Enemy Mine only with romance.
Mind you, that's a good thing.
This anime is essentially a yuri centered romance but not the usual lovey dovey moe ones with teen girls. Instead the story revolves around a hardened female mercenary traveling from one war-torn country to another in search for contracts. Whether it is assassinations of african warlords, protecting a convoy of drugs crossing borders, or helping out world powers in afghanistan, shes willing to have her hands drenched in any sort of blood and work for any side as long as she gets her due pay. This is going to be some gritty dark stuff you dont usually find in romance. Basically black lagoon with yuri. The main character would tag along with another female mercenary as they take up contracts together and tour the world taking on mobsters, terror groups, pirates, etc depending on who they work for. They compliment each other well with one being the more level-headed type that is good at making deals while the other is more hot-headed fighter type thats good at killing. This anime is not a leading-up to their relationship since they've already known each other for years when the show starts. Rather the show looks into their daily lives as being lovers already. Their relationship is not a conventional one: they sleep together but simultaneously hit on other women at strip clubs, they fight often over trivial things(usually with heated fist fights ending in makeup sex just as passionate), at times they say they hate eachother but cannot imagine being seperated from one another, if one of the two finds out the other has been sleeping around with women she wouldn't be angry but ask if the sex was alright and whether the bitch had a nice rack. To them sex with others is "just a fuck" while sex with each other is "making love". (1/2)
I liked the part from Paranoia Agent with those guys and that loli who want to kill themselves but alway fail
Harem anime, But the MC is a leader of a cult and the harem are his followers.
In the last episode they drink the punch no girl wins
This is the core of their romance, that they share a certain love for each other that they dont share with anyone else and that which they dont like admitting to. They are not bound by rules of relationships that society follows but simply do what they feel like doing, wanting their partner to do what makes her happy. They play hard and live recklessly. On their off days they would get heavily drunk together, get kicked out of the bar together, burn down the bar together, and perhaps purposefully lure rapists to alleyways just to beat them half dead (the unfortunate followers assuming these were just ordinary, vunerable girls) as their idea of fun . They would sleep in their car naked together, shoot beer bottles with their guns, clean their weapons together, watch pornography together while rating the women they see and getting into arguments over who has the better figure. On their working days, they make the perfect killing combo, being so familiar with each other that they dont have to communicate to know what the other is thinking when fighting, finding a way to escape their captors, or taking down other mercenaries hired to kill them. The story doesn't have much direction but rather chronicles their daily lives and all the shit they do and had to go through. Perhaps one day they might settle down and find a nice house somewhere away from society with enough blood money to last them their lives. Retiring from their professions to live a more peaceful life with only themselves to keep company. Maybe one day they would drop the killing business to devout all their time with each other, resembling a more normal couple. Making love every night under the night sky, looking at the stars slightly drunk and reminiscing all the crazy things they did in the past. But until then its merely a pleasant thought that comes and goes as they carry on with their latest contract. This time to collect the head of a somalian warlord. (2/2)
>those guys and that loli who want to kill themselves but alway fail
You can't die if you're already dead.
A seemingly standard shonen series about teenage kids with supernatural powers doing superhero things. But over time the focus shifts away from the action and onto the deeply troubled home lives of the kids - one girl is abused by her father, one guy struggles with suicidal depression, another guy's brother is in a gang and the family's terrified of losing him, etc. - and by the end it's no longer a story about super kids doing super things but about the shared experience of alienation that afflicts the younger generation of a postmodern society in glacial decay.
Although I mean, there's still lots of fights and cool moves and stuff.
God dammit Satoshi-san
>MC moves to a new town and starts at a new school
>(un)fortunately for the MC his last name is the same as that of a large, well known yakuza family in the area
>this is played for laughs at first, with students assuming that he's the heir to the family and the MC plays along more out of bad luck than anything else, with no one giving him a chance to explain that it's a coincidence
>eventually the yakuza get word that there's someone new in town and he's supposedly part of their family, and they send guys to pick him up
>misunderstandings continue when he's brought before the boss of the family in the town, and in order to keep himself from being killed for impersonating a family member, the MC has to pretend that he really is a part of the mob
>through sheer luck he manages to satisfy their questions about how he is related to them and they welcome him as one of their own
>as the show goes on, he becomes more involved in the yakuza operations and ends up being the thing he was only pretending to be
>the family is tightly woven into the fabric of the town where they are thought of more highly than government and police both
>as such, he earns a great deal of respect (rather than scorn) for being a gang member
>but when corrupt cops decide that the mob hasn't been paying them enough, they try to bring down the family that has lined their pockets and replace them with one they can control
>using underhanded and downright illegal tactics, the police fabricate evidence, pose as yakuza and perpetrate crimes, and do a myriad of other things to spoil the yakuza in the eyes of the townfolk
>despite the fact that he is pretending, and despite the fact that the MC doesn't really have much good to say about gang members, he finds himself oddly attached to his new town and his new 'family', and wholeheartedly takes up their quest to keep the town peaceful, even dirtying his own hands to protect the people who look up to the mob for help
MC is born from a rich and powerful noble family. He is blessed with intelligence, large quantity of "mana", strength and beauty. From the moment he reaches a certain age, he is trained from swordplay to wizardry. The kingdom were he resided is about to start to head to war from a neighboring country. As a child, he wants to be a powerful and noble hero where he protects the weak. Reality hits pretty soon when is send to his first battle. As a leader of his first platoon, he fails to protect most of his troops from certain death but ultimately wins his first battle. Here on out we meet his first "nakamas." As they fierce war continues we see his nakama die day after day, but still gaining friends along the way. Deep into enemy territory he soon realize that his kingdom is up in flames and they have lost the war. Now that the main enemy army is returning home, MC must get his troops out as soon as possible. Unfortunately, he meets a large enemy troops where he gets most of his troops slaughter. MC fears gets the better of him and he abandons he troops to fight while he makes a speedy getaway. Cue MC suffering from his own weakness for leaving his "nakama" to die. Years pass, MC has turns into a merc but still dreams about becoming a hero and wishing he could make all his past mistakes right. Later, he bands together with other people who also wish to be heroes and head to the land of heroes while battleling legendary monsters, death, and suffering. We are looking at a story with no end in sight.
Story will be set after a massive man-made war where man-kind is send back to the dark ages. Will have trans-humanism, futuristic ancient technology, robots, and post-apocalytic setting.
Written by Kentaro Miura.
Animated by Madhouse.
Directed by Takeshi Koike.
What? How does drinking a fruit juice mean no one wins?
Well it's too long to copypaste onto here, but judge for yourself:
And before anyone says anything,
Look I've had that profile since high school okay, please don't maul me /a/
There is a secret which only a select few of society know. Earth is actually a mecha. Let us skip the needless exposition and get straight to the point, entities of incomprehensible scale and form threaten to destroy the planet. Fortunately, the planet can fight back. Unfortunately, its sole source of power is the suffering and despair of the humans who reside on its surface.
To counteract this problem groups of people have been formed, you could call them agents of depression, hired to do the best they can to ensure that the gigantic mecha is powered with the lamentation of man.
This follows the story of the different sectors of society, the groups of agents assigned to each region, and their questionable shenanigans to drown people in utter despair just so the planet can fight back.
Bonus round yon.
Write something of epic scope. Whether fantasy, sci fi, mundane, or otherwise the setting, the scope must be epic.
Male Lead: 28 year old male who works in the customer service department for a company that sells goods that is never specifically mentioned in the story; this will be lampshaded throughout the story as a reoccurring joke. He's often overworked by his job and goes back home to his parents house exhausted. His hobbies are sleeping whenever he has the opportunity to, reading books, preferably your typical light novel, and surfing the web. He's a virgin and has never even held hands with a girl.
Female Lead: 25 year old bookstore worker, she works as the clerk and assists any customers who want assistance in finding a specific book or just wanting a recommendation. She's hardworking, pleasant to be around, but tough when it counts. Her hobbies include: jogging, listening to music, and reading books in the store she works at. She went to an all girl school until she graduated highschool and never found the time to date anyone. Is confirmed virgin.
How they meet: On Christmas Eve of 201X, MC is trying to find a specific light novel and has been searching every bookstore in the city for it. When MC goes into FMC's bookstore, he looks exhausted, cold, and as if he's about to throw up. FMC is currently on break and decides to give him some comfort by warming up a conversation. MC goes on about how he's tired of work, he's cold, and he can't find the light novel that came out today. When MC mentions the LN, FMC says that she has a copy that she's reading the counter and offers MC the chance to read it. Overjoyed at chance, MC takes her offer, but FMC says that if something happens to the book, she'll be sure to punish him. MC spends the rest of the night at the bookstore until it's closing time and gives her the book back in the end. FMC says that she enjoyed his company there and says that he can come back to read the rest of it tomorrow since he didn't finish it. MC gladly takes the offer and leaves with a smile on his face.
Fuck I'm out of space. TBC
Oh yeah, and it turns out that the kids' psychological disturbance is what allows them to access their latent powers. So all super-kids are by definition fucked up.
Also file this one under the edgemaster contest.
>yfw all the super powers and fights with villians were in their imaginations, hoping to disillusion themselves with justice that does not exist in their world
Submitting this thing I linked here
(CAUTION: Written by a high schooler)
>dystopian future setting
>MC belongs to a poor village that makes ends meet by selling scrap metal and garbage disposed by the people in the luxurious walled off super high tech rich people city above
>one day MC runs into some secret police lady from the rish people city.
>shes looking for something among the massive scrap heap
>he falls in love right away and follows her around
>shes indifferent to him and is focused on her mission
>She finds a super secret "key" amongst the garbage and calls for an evac
>the MC accidentally gets scooped up by the evac shuttle
>he is taken to the rich people city by accident and looks for the girl amongst the snobby but quirky people of the very 1984-esque clean as a whistle luxury city.
>makes friends with certain rich city people who are a bit "off"
>turns out the rulers of the city are corrupt and betray the girl.
>MC and girl reunite and take down the corrupt rulers together with the MC's "odd" friends MC and girl fall in love along the way.
>the corrupt government is toppled
>MC and girl help improve life of the trash city people and free the people of the rich city
bonus points if you can guess the movie
That sounds less edgy and more silly.
No no, more like it turns into "Lord of the Flies" when the kids realize they are more powerful than the adults, and therefore any form of authority, and start turning their anger and pain against the world an on each other.
That's if we want to go for the apocalyptic ending anyway, rather than keeping it as sort of a more mood-driven metaphor for teenage pain and the harsh truth of responsibility or something.
I got one. How about an anime about a group of heroes named after renaissance artists who became horrible monsters after a terrible accident involving biohazardous material. They are forced to live in the city's underbelly or risk scaring the citizens, which they risk their lives everyday protecting them against interdimensional monsters. They have only one friend, a young reporter girl with a courage greater than any man.
This is truly deep and will gladly pay to watch.
So Teenage Mutant Ninja turtles the anime?
O shit, would watch
Walking Dead OVA set in Tokyo. Main character is a young salaryman trying to survive along with his pregnant wife and teenage troublemaker son.
Protagonist is a shut-in that rarely goes outside. His perception of the world is through eyes naught of his. After a mental break down, he decides to go outside. At first,the sun blinds him, but as time goes on his once pale skin slowly becomes like every one else's. His will to live is strengthened by his beautiful neighbor's presence, whom he admires from afar. He finally achieved what he wanted, to belong.
Every day, she is more beautiful.
He falls in love.
But since it's his first time, he doesn't know what to do. He fears failure and stalks her around. He knows her name is *insert name here*. He finally musters up the courage to talk to her, she doesn't answer. He is stricken with depression and fear. Once his existence is acknowledged, he can breathe again.
She is every where. In his dreams, his every thought and his subconscious. Each day he wakes up it's to see her as she leaves her home. But one day, she doesn't go outside. He expects to see her the next, but she doesn't come outside. Months pass and she hasn't left her house. He goes in to check if she's inside, and asks the apartment manager for her name.
>Doctor Drastic is the world's greatest villain
>Doctor Drastic is the nemesis of the mighty Toku Rangers
>Doctor Drastic will destroy the world
>Doctor Drastic has just lost his job for the nth time
Basically, the show follows Doctor Drastic, a typical hammy alien villain, as he searches for a job to keep from being booted from his small apartment. He always goes around in full regalia, but no one (apart from the Toku Rangers) ever comment on this. He goes to job fairs and shit, and he tries all sorts of odd jobs, only to get fired very quickly. Most of the time, it's because of the Toku Rangers doing their best to mess up his job, because they believe that it's a part of his evil plans. There's a moral lesson in every episode, though it's all stuff like "kill someone who can cause you trouble later", "if you're having trouble, an explosion won't hurt" or "if explosions haven't fixed your problem, you haven't used enough".
The show ends with Doctor Drastic robbing a bank to pay his landlady.
General Plot Line: MC goes to bookstore every 4-7 days after meeting FMC to buy/read the books there since they generally have what he needs/wants. It's a pleasant experience for both of them, they start to talk about each other's interests, dreams, and start to become very good friends. On Valentine's Day MC gets giri chocolate from FMC and is completely overwhelmed by it because it's the first time he ever got chocolate from a girl. He ends up fainting from eating it though since she's still learning how to cook. On White Day he repays her with a watch since before she mentioned that he's was busted and off by about 5 minutes. He got the watch on a special offer a coworker had since his family owned a clock shop that makes and repairs any device that tells times. MC a free special service where on the back of the watch they can engrave something onto it, be it a word or phrase. He decides to just go with the words, "Thanks for the chocolate."
During their days off they do activities that they usually wouldn't do alone; for MC it's stuff FMC would do, for FMC it's stuff MC would do. They gradually start to develop tastes for each other's interest and hope that it'll continue. MC also starts to become close to the employees of the bookstore since he's often there reading in the company of FMC.
During the summer they start to get closer, MC starts to develop feelings for FMC and FMC starts to show signs that she might reciprocate. During the fall MC makes evaluation that he does like FMC, but doesn't know if FMC feels the same way to him completely, so he devises a way to confess to her on Christmas Eve, the same day the two of them met a year before. He asks for the help of the bookstore employees to come up with a way to do so since it's his first time confessing to a girl. They say no, because they believe that if he has the guts to do, he needs to find his own way in doing so. MC is stuck in a ditch on how he's going to confess to her.
>four friends are sent to a fantasy world by unknown means
>separated to the rough compass points on the main continent, they are unable to return home or make contact with one another and must learn the language and find a place in this different world
>west-kun is captured by road bandits, but kills them with kendo skills
>the local lord sees this and plots to have west-kun pose as his son so that the House won't die out
>west-kun is popular at Court and begins to inject modern ideas into the world
>but they also use his intellect and aptitude for strategy to fight the war against the young upstart king in the south
>north-kun stumbles into a camp of slavers who sell him to a large salt mine
>he eventually leads a rebellion and flees with a few thousand slaves to a small, neighbouring country, buying their safety with a large shipment of salt that had been meant for somewhere else
>here, he and his slaves become a mercenary company in the service of a queen with no real power in her own country
>the queen is a christmas cake and north-kun gets to put his dick in that
>east-chan is the weakest of the lot and is severely traumatised by the experience and takes the longest to adapt
>she is taken into the service of a princess
>as a body double
>she must learn to be a princess and, when the real princess is killed, is asked by the king to pose as his daughter to avert war
>there is some /u/ between east-chan and her princess doppelganger
>south-chan is actually magical and it's her fault they got sent to another world
>she becomes embroiled in a magicians-guild plot to bring a young king to their heel with the use of a "pretty face"
>but she is quite taken by the charistmatic young man and ends up being wrapped around his finger, rather than the other way around
>she helps him in his war against the northern countries as he tries to resurrect a long-dead nation in the name of vanity
Write a deconstruction.
At what point do anime that deconstruct the status quo BECOME the new status quo?
I'm going to try this a new way, by taking 3 things that fits what op wants ahead of time and fitting them into the story
in the depths of tokyo underground, the mc is a 24 year old gang member. he's falling in the footsteps of his older brother who's the leader of a gang. the mc has always been soft but always wanted to be more like his brother.
one day, a young, 7 year old girl steals some money from them. this is shortly after the mc starts to show signs of doubt about his path in life. so, to commit him to one side, his older brother beats him and tells him to kill the girl.
the mc of course won't do it, and accidentally kills his brother while trying to escape with the girl. they're both forced to hide or they will get killed. they have to survive in hiding from the gang
3 years later they're all each other have left when the gang finally catches them. the mc gets wounded and is unable to get away, so he instead protects the girl by drawing their attention while she runs
after he gets killed you see the girl come back and talk to the guys who killed the mc. they tell her to come with them and she'll get her money. she gets back to the gang's base where she's talking with the new leader and it flashes back to her talking with him a couple days prior, him telling her he will pay her for ratting out the mc
one she gets her money they grab her and shackle her down in a basement. they beat her senseless tormenting her constantly. she starts to regret everything she did to the mc to the point where she slits her throat with a shard of glass
Why the fuck is everyone in this thread posting the plots of potentially good anime?
Now I can never watch them.
A slice of life show about a 28 year old architect and a 25 year old violinist who share an apartment. The architect is a sharp-tongued, demanding perfectionist who always expects the best from everything and everyone, and is disappointed when he does not get it. The violinist is a perpetually smiling, introverted pessimist who doesn't understand or care much about people, and would rather just play music all day. They dislike each other initially, but over the course of the series, grow to be great friends.
The cast is expanded slowly, with the secondary characters including their 27 year old landlady, a 26 year old hot-blooded female engineer who states, in no uncertain terms, that she's gunning for the architect's heart, a 31 year old autismal conductor who often ropes the two into trouble, and the violinist's 19 year old little brother who occasionally drops in to make sure that his brother hasn't set his apartment on fire or something.
The animation of the episodes told from the architect's POV are surrealistic, with lines flying off everywhere, colors leaking through lines and mixing together, buildings remodeling themselves and shit in his presence while the violinist's POV episodes have a monochromatic sketchy style (aside from the major characters, who each have one color that represents them), but with an emphasis on the sounds and music.
Basically SOL hijinks with bizarre animation and all that jazz. The show runs on character interactions and its kinda-socially-retarded-bros doing kinda-socially-retarded things premise.
Most of these would make terrible anime. They'd be better as manga.
If you get enough support for a given plot then /a/ might write it. It happened with Keit-Ai.
The manager answers by telling him that a person with that name doesn't live there. He is baffled and responds with anger. He shows the apartment manager the pictures he took of her. She manager laughs for a good whole minute. The protagonist looks puzzled and the apartment manager keeps laughing hysterically. Suddenly the protagonist sees darkness and blacks out. He wakes up in his bed, confused. The protag then remembers the pictures, he looks all over the house for them, no luck. As looks inside the refrigerator for food, he finds her. Dismembered body parts of the girl he loved. His overwhelming disgust suddenly turns to anger and hatred. Protag rushes to the bathroom to end it all. As he nears, he spots the pictures of the girl on the floor. He inspects them. After a sheer moment of disbelief, tears run down his eyes. Afterwards, he spots someone in every picture next to her.
Who took the pictures if he remembers taking them?
He looks at mirror crying.
With the girl he once loved, staring right back.
I'm just amazed you read any
I've posted probably about 20 stories of varying quality and I think I read like 3 per thread on average
Childhood friend tomboy NTR.
Write it as a novel?
>i could do that
In a dark corner of the earth, something is born from nothing. A creature begins growing and learning, eventually taking on the form of a little girl and manifesting several supernatural abilities. Observing all the changes of the world and never finding another creature like itself, it is on an endless journey to find out about itself.
The humans stand out to her, and she tries to seek help from them. But whether they treat her as goddess or a monster, they can never provide her any answers. She decides she will just lock herself away from the world, and uses her powers to find somewhere on earth untouched by the eyes of others.
Shortly before reaching her destination, a young man catches sight of her and can't resist following her. He asks if there is anyway he could stay with her, and she decides to let him help her build a home. Eventually he gets through her bitterness and they fall in love.
Not wanting to lose her husband, she uses control over time and fate to try and create another world where thing do not wither away. He dies anyway and she seals herself away in this other world.
A long time later, in the modern era, the ever-repeating world begins overlaying onto the normal world, and the tragedy of the past starts trying to repeat itself by giving children who resemble the original two fragments of the goddess's power.
At first, they don't realize why they have these powers, but they slowly uncover the mystery and realize that something bad is going to happen if they don't solve it.
This is actually just the back story to Mekaku City Actors, but nobody will realize that until I tell them.
If only this were japan, then everyone could write a shitty light novel.
You ass, you should read the other stories too.
The main character is a mech pilot in a desert wasteland, who swore vengeance against the Bandit King after he lost his arm and eye in a fight with him and his lieutenants
His arm is replaced with a grappling hook which he utilizes for stunts of bravado such as latching onto enemy cockpits and punching the pilots out
His mech came from a crashed spacecraft that held a cryogenically frozen engineer whom he recruited into his party, which consisted only of an old mechanic and himself
The three of them hunt down the Bandit King and those who serve him
In a flashback, we find that the MC was one of the BK's lieutenants, who turned on him after they found out his father was an officer in the Intergalactic Empire
In the climactic final battle, just as the BK and the MC are both at their breaking point, a massive Intergalactic Empire ship flies in and carpet bombs the entire area, killing everyone
The planet is recolonized and made into another province of the Intergalactic Empire, with the MC's father as the Planetary Governor
He is never informed of his son's death, yet shows little interest in discovering the truth behind the matter
Cute girls playing Quake
And so could I, but I have three novel-length works actively on the go at this very moment. I don't even want to add my own new plots to that pile of work.
I read all stories to plagiarize bits and pieces of stuff I like.
I really try my best to
It doesn't help that I've gotten replies on like, 2 stories
but the biggest thing is that for some reason its easier to write than read
I would watch with the force of one billion suns. Someone write this shit and post it on /a/.
>MC is first year high school, top grades, loves studying and all that jazz
>Gets letter in mail that he has been selected for a cultural exchange and gets the choice to go to school in Sydney Australia for a year
>MC and his family after much deliberation, agree and after his end of year exams he is soon on his way to spend a year in Sydney
>But instead of going to some fancy poofter school, he instead gets stuck in Penrith Secondary
>MC will learn about the differences between Japanese and Australian culture as he deals with Bogans, AFL, Rugby, Eshays, Lebs, The beach, sluts and other loose cunts
>A coming of age story as the MC finds out what it means to truly live instead of living to work
>Watch as he gets disgusted by people wearing shoes indoors, cry as he gets bashed in a race battle, laugh as he gets invited to play soggy biscuit
Thoughts on this masterpiece, a deconstruction of the high school genre and a social commentary on the differences of culture?
Main girl falls in love with her class's loner guy. You know, that one mysterious tall dude who looks just a bit intimidating, won't talk much at all, but helps people out when they need some help? Yeah, she falls in love with that guy because she wants "to make him smile" and "get past his mystery".
Except he's really nothing like her image of him. The reason main guy is always alone is because he's a socially retarded, pessimistic, introverted bastard. He longs for a friend though, so he tries his hardest to at least be a decent fellow.
When main girl starts trying to get close to him, he quickly realizes that her image of him, the one she's in love with, is nothing like him. This disgusts him, so even though he longs for companionship, he wants nothing to do with her. However, his awkward attempts at pushing her away only feeds fuel to the fire, and she only gets more determined to get close to him.
Basically, the story is told from both POVs. Girl's POV is like a typical shoujo romance, while the meat of the story happens from Guy's POV. It's the story of an awkward guy and an inappropriate romantic and how they get through their last year of high school.
>MC and his imouto have a disturbingly close relationship
>everyone remarks on it
>eventually they admit their love for one another and fuck
>they are ostracised by everyone they know, and they are both sued by the state when their union produces a slightly deformed child
>A story of six cute girls who browse different boards on 4chan, hillarity ensues
/a/,/v/,/co/,/k/,/pol/ and /x/
>"Thanks for the chocolate."
I laughed so fucking hard, you're constructing some very life-like characters here.
MC gets a job assassinating mahou shoujos, he never gets paid.
Hot damn nigga. Time for some edgy shit.
People dream big. They strive for the ideal. It's only natural, right? That's being human after all. To reach your hand out into the unreachable in hopes of even just brushing your finger onto something.
But what if something reaches out back at you? What if those hopes. Those ideals. Those dreams. What if they stare at you straight in the eye, smile, pat you on the back, and buy you a nice cold beer? That's obviously unlikely but lets give you the next best thing. A lump of flesh. Yes. A mass of relatively bloody guts and pulp.
Heaving gore. That's the manifestation of human ambition. How silly.
It's such a sick idea that it all seems like a practical joke doesn't it? But that's what it was. In the middle of pacific ocean was a lumbering pile of gore. Six billion people. Six billion dreams. Just imagine it. In the span of a single month, it's radius grew six kilometers in size and it just keeps growing. The whole human race was simply speechless. The entire ordeal was just so surreal that it was unbelievable. And do you know the first thing people did? They made it worse.
People prayed that it'll all be okay. People prayed that this anomaly would not disrupt their lives. They prayed. They hoped. They dreamed. They were optimistic.
They made it bigger.
I dunno if this counts as a deconstruction, but:
A fairly typical harem hijinks show. MC does not want a harem because he is not interested in a relationship. Due to one thing or another, he ends up knee deep in bitches. He's got the typical harem archetypes like the violent tsundere, the emotionless girl, the senpai, etc. He is routinely abused by the girls for "being a pervert".
Halfway through the show, the violent tsundere goes too far and actually kills MC by accident. Afterwards, the story is told through the harem members. Their characters are expanded, and all of them are shown to actually have had good reasons to fall for MC. The rest of the show is about them dealing with the MC's death. Final arc is about the tsundere. She's shunned by almost everyone for causing the MC's death. She herself is shaken by what she's done. She visibly gets more and more unstable. In the end, she commits suicide.
During mid-November, an announcement that the LN that was released on December 24, 201X would continue because of the author's recovery and would be released to the public on December 24, 201X + 1. MC now has his plan set up to confess to FMC after this announcement was made and now patiently waits until Christmas Eve. FMC's watch also breaks because reasons.
On the night of Christmas Eve day, MC comes into the bookstore where FMC works and asks if they have a copy of the LN that just came out. FMC wonders why he came in so late in the day since he knows that he could have reserved a copy for himself if he had asked the bookstore to do so for him. MC says that he wasn't thinking right and says that he'll wait for the next reprint of the book to come out. FMC then stops him from walking out and offers him her book just like the previous year. MC accepts and they spend the day together just like last year, but this time MC asks if he could take the book home with him to finish since he can't wait. FMC says he can since he usually doesn't ask for stuff like this and if he does he usually serious about it.
The next time MC comes into the bookstore returns the book to her, says his thanks, and walks out the building. When FMC starts reading, she sees that there's something sticking out of the book. It's a clear bookmark that the MC left in while he had it, she figures she should return it to him. She also notices that there's a small stain in the book and has to punish MC later for messing with her copy. As the day comes to an end she's getting ready to go back home. She wishes everyone a good day and exits the store, where she sees MC sitting outside the store. She wonders why he's here, but figures that now is the best time to talk to him and give him back the bookmark. MC takes out of his pocket a brand new watch and says it's a present since her old one broke. FMC feels bad taking it since she didn't get MC anything, but MC persists that she take it.
After six months, it pretty much swallowed the entire Pacific. Military intervention could do nothing. Experts from all over the world were dumbfounded as to what it was, why it was here, and the worst of the worst... if it was the end unbeknownst to them that this was a product of the human mind. Thankfully, this made people fear, this made people lose enthusiasm, but most importantly, this made people hopeless. It stopped growing for a while. Queue mass hysteria, international turmoil, and all that good stuff. You know the works.
For over five years, it was like this. The social climate had crumbled into two sides. Those far from the flesh and those close to it. Those who can and those who can't. The privileged and the screwed. People have found out that the flesh itself was harmless, you could walk on it, and by observing animals... it was edible. Well that solved food problems, didn't it? In time, those shunned started to live near the edge of the flesh, even on top of it, and did what they had to do to survive. Consume it. In time one would assume that humanity has probably become content again. Another five years pass and they've learned to live with it. However despite that, there were still bouts of the flesh expanding and destroying settlements near it. Flesh expansion was a rather rare occurrence though. Depressing. That meant people were thoroughly hopeless.
This state of peace didn't last for long though as the flesh began to expand again. An entire decade of being dormant and it has once again awakened. The reason? Cults worshiping it. A strange and wicked following surrounding this phenomenon. Their home base? The exact area where the flesh first popped up, marked by a distinct peak among the flat plains of blood and guts. Though it might be a small population, their strange rituals and hysterics would put humanity at risk again. Fortunately, the sheer and utter hopelessness of those not part of the cult stopped the advancement dead in its tracks. Still. That wouldn't last long as people prayed for the best.
Another decade would pass as this strange expansion continued. The cult grew. People prayed. People fell into despair. Three fourths of the world was now covered in flesh. From space, the blue planet was now a sickening red. The human population dwindled into a mere twenty million, a million of which joined the cult. The advancement slowed down again. The nineteen million people were all on the brink of soul crushing sadness if not already there. What was there left? This whole ordeal was just so completely screwed up that one couldn't help but laugh at it. The end of the world all because of ground up meat.
So people just laughed. As the cult was raving up a storm with their nonsensical gibberish, those with their sanity still intact started to look at this in a different light. After eight years, the human population was a measly two million. The cult shrank into two hundred thousand. An area the size of Australia was left for them. Yet they didn't really have any qualms. It seems the silliness of it all produced a philosophy that cheered everybody up. Whether it was a last ditch effort to try and survive or what, it certainly sped up the flesh drastically.
Another two years.
Three decades ever since it first appeared. The cult committed mass suicide. Human population? Five hundred. It's basically a community now. Everybody else walked into flesh with open arms, with smiles on their faces, and just wanted it all to end. At this point, the town they had was ten kilometers in diameter. You could practically see the huge wall of flesh on all sides of the horizon. A slow crawl as it crept closer and closer to the last bastion of man and life.
Impending death. The end. Extinction. None of that really crossed anybody's minds. They all just lived on as human beings. They continued to survive. To eat. To drink. To work. To read. To play. To feel. To love. To dream. To hope. And sooner or later? To die. They lived and they were content. Not matter how hilariously bad this whole scenario was, they prospered.
A month later and the planet was devoid of life. Well you could consider the flesh as living but honestly now. The manifestation of human ambition. The manifestation of the mind's and heart's unwavering will to strive for the ideal. The all too human nature of believing in something more. To believe. For better or for- well... For better or for worse.
I'd say this is certainly for the worse but eh. Dreams can change the world.
This just reminds me of Dogscape
>It doesn't help that I've gotten replies on like, 2 stories
I've been posting in these threads, but I rarely, if ever, get any replies. Even just a post calling my idea shit would be good at this point.
Your idea is shit
> mfw this thread is moving so fast that everybody's story gets only a comment or two at best
Your waifu a shit anon
That's normal anon, sometimes I get lots of replies telling me to fund it but when I repost it weeks later it gets no replies at all.
that's exactly what I'm saying
I would love to just know that somebody actually read my story. though I guess nothing will top when someone said my story was worthy of getting stolen by james cameron...
T-thanks anon-kun. I appreciate it.
>my smugness when I post a few plots that reliably get a large number of responses calling for funding
The end of modern human civilization is near; an asteroid measuring 10 kilometres in diameter is expected to collide with the Earth in two years’ time. It would be enough to leave a 100-kilometre-wide crater, killing over 90 per cent of humanity.
A secret project was created to prepare for such a contingency: an underground city planned decades ago to prevent humanity’s extinction. However, news of the Underground City leaks out – the story focuses on three lives influenced by this revelation.
The first perspective involves an aged military veteran who starts a revolt, intending to find the City to ensure common people have a fair chance gaining entry. He exposed the existence of the City to the public after finding out the City’s demographic: wealthily people funded 15% of the project but will be making up more than 75% of the City’s populace.
It also inspires a young woman traveling to find the City, after deciding to confess her love for her childhood friend, who she recognizes in a news video broadcast. Her childhood friend is assisting on the construction of the Underground City, signing up for the project to ensure he can have a future with her, promised by the Council.
Meanwhile, a scientist believes he can prevent the catastrophe altogether, but would require the cooperation of international organizations and most of earth’s resources to initiate his plan.
MC mentions that this watch has an engraving on it also just like the last one and wants FMC to see it. FMC takes a look but unable to make out what it says; MC says to use the bookmark and place it over it. FMC does so and is now able to read the words, "I like you, will you go out with me?" FMC looks up to MC's faces and sees a stern gaze that's looking at her. She's rather confused, but joyed at the same time. She starts to lightly cry tears of joy and she accepts.
The employees from the bookstore come out and praise the new couple that has just been born and say that they're throwing them a celebration in the break room. As everyone walks to the break room, FMC and MC have a conversation about what they're going to do now. MC suggests that since they're dating now, they can be a little more intimate with each other. FMC gets embarrassed and gets him back saying that she still has to punish him for leaving a stain in her book. MC questions what she has in mind, FMC plans to have him taste test her chocolate from now on.
any tips to make them stand out more/make people want to reply?
I've been posting and reposting one of my ideas in these threads, and it's only ever gotten three replies (although one of those replies did question me intensively about my idea, so it kinda balances out.)
>my smugness when I post a few plots that reliably get a large number of responses calling for funding
/a/ has shit taste though. A call for funding means your idea is shit.
Moving into round 6.
Write a plot that poses a serious moral question.
Not him but other than the content the timing is kinda important, I get more reviews in slower threads since there's a lack of competition going on.
I rewrite my ideas every time I post them.
I love it.
Like Vividred, only with grills actually piloting mecha and it being real robot.
Write something shitty and generic, appealing to the average guy who wants escapism.
It's very rare that seriously good ideas get noticed.
Are you me? I get that all the time. I like to repost and modify and I keep doing this until the story is completely different to how it originally started.
Don't write a shit plot.
No walls of text.
Make plot points clear.
A man wonders what he should fix for breakfast.
If you're really desperate, try samefagging. Sometimes just one reply is enough for your ideas to get noticed by other posters.
keeping up with the edginess
young boy gets faced with challenges, each will take a certain amount of time. he is given 1 week to complete them
for every challenge that's completed someone gets saved. there are many people in question
tougher and longer challenges have him save people more important to him like his mother or father
faster and shorter challenges that he can crank out in bulk save random strangers
In the end he realizes that he will not be able to save everyone. and they all know that their lives are in their hands
when there are 3 days left, a god task is revealed that will take up most of his remaining time. if he completes it, he lives. if he fails, he dies
spoiler alert, his best friend, brother, and mom all die. friend and brother by choice, mother because he failed
A serious, introspective OVA about a man who's deciding on which toilet paper to buy.
These are all mine. Should I feel lucky or disappointed with the number of responses I've gotten so far?
so who was fridge?
MC has to murder 100 children or his own daughter dies.
I am so tempted to do something with this. It's actually good. I just don't know if I could do it justice.
Mom was fridge
I don't like this, people will now review your plot out of pity and not because they really want to.
An alcoholic, utterly broken and insane mahou shoujo lives in a mansion with another girl who acts as a scientist and her loyal military security force controlled via magical means
They've been doing horrific experiments in order to find the source of magic in the world, costing the lives of many mahou in the neighboring cities and posing a serious threat to the stability of the area as monsters the mahou were supposed to keep under control run rampant
The perspective of the series switches between an elite mahou strike force hunting the rogue mahou and the scientist girl which culminates in a raid on the mansion
Both sides take heavy casualties with many characters being executed like dogs by the opposing forces and the end result is the leader of the strike force fistfighting the rogue mahou in a decidedly unglamorous way as the mansion burns to the ground
The rogue mahou's leg breaks in the fight and the leader leaves her to die as monsters escape the science lab
In the end, only the leader and one other strike force member survived the raid, and the mystery as to where the magic came from is never solved
The main character starts out as a moralfag and slowly grows into more of an anti-hero. After his best friend/sidekick gets killed, shit gets serious and he just kills every single antagonist in the series without mercy. At the very end, he fights the final boss, and while he's giving his evil speech, the protag grabs a knife and jabs him in the eyes and records it, then sends it to the villain's children over the internet. The series ends there.
MC is some stone age guy who made a deal with the devil, he exchanges his soul so that the tribes(they're at war) could unite and be in peace. The devil takes his soul and disappears without a trace.
So everything is now peaceful, the only catch is that the MC cannot die. He sees all of his loved ones, children etc die before him. He makes the decision to travel all around the earth to find the devil again.
During his search, the MC will be present and inevitably play a part is many of the world's major historical events such as the fall of the Roman empire, the rise of Oda Nobunaga, Kennedy assassination etc.
He will start off as a moralfag trying to prevent disasters from happening but it happens anyway so later on in the series he starts to not care for humanity and just wants to watch the world burn.
Show ends with him floating alone in space, trying to remember his own name.
the first sentence was really all you needed
Reminds me of Mirai Nikki a bit.
Story begins a week before MC's 9th birthday. On his way home from school, he chances upon an unconscious old man. As the old man regains consciousness, he begs MC to take him to a nearby river.
When they get there, the old man tells MC that he's a dying god. Once he was omnipotent; now, all that remains of his power is a few dregs. He thanks MC for seeing him off and tells him that, as a present, he can make one wish on his every birthday and it would come true.
As the old god starts fading away, he leaves MC with a few words; "I hope you don't abuse this power. Careless wishes can be destructive. I hope that, aside from you, other people can find happiness from your wishes."
MC takes these words to heart and vows to himself that, before wishing for himself, he will make 15 wishes for the sake of other people's happiness.
MC was an extremely ruthless death squad leader for some dictator during the intergalactic war and is sentenced to death for his war crimes.
In some other dimension, some princess sees her family get killed after a betrayal or something like that, she runs away from her Kingdom swearing revenge.
Years later she finds herself working at some farm, her revenge plans has totally failed until one day she sees a lamp and rubs it and like all cliche, a Genie comes out.
The Genie thanks the girl for freeing him and grants her only one wish because he's a pretty shitty Genie. After all her attempts to wish for revenge gets rejected due to certain "codes" the Genie follows. She starts to mumble out random wishes until one of them was granted, that wish is for someone to help her.
So he crosses some dimensions and meets the MC. Pretending to be a lawyer, he tells the MC that he could get him out...on one condition.
I was thinking Mirai Nikki + Naruto + Breaking Bad for ultimate edgy
Get SHAFT to animate it and it's good to go
I was just trying out what >>100951610 suggested
Honestly I feel bad for not being able to read everyone else's stuff but this thread is moving way too fast and I have to go to bed very soon.
Cute girls do cute things
They are all in an art club
But they're stuck in a ground hog day loop, repeating the next two weeks
One girl finds a sketch book with memories from her past self
She becomes determined to free everyone from the loop by killing them
The sketchbook documents the methods used to kill them
Pretty sure he meant samefagging as in pretend to be someone else and review your plot.
I would watch the fuck out of this
The story is made up of 15 arcs; each of those arcs cover a person who the MC interacts with whom he'll make the yearly wish for. A "target", if you will. Each arc will further be divided into three parts; the first, a peek at the target's life. The second part, MC trying to find out what will make them happy, and making the wish. The third, the immediate effects of MC's wish on the target's life.
Of course, since each arc is also from a different period in his life, the story will also deal with the MC (and recurring characters) growing up. We see the long term effects of his wishes, with some being incredibly detrimental. At one point, he even considers breaking his childish vow and just making a wish for himself.
As for the subjects of his wishes, the only people I've thought of so far are his best friend, a crush, a bully, a classmate who's always depressed, a co-worker who's always smiling but doesn't have any friends, and his other childhood friend.
All in all, it's a slice of life that deals with happiness and how sometimes, even non-superficial wishes that you think will make you happy will only bite you in the ass later.
>SOL comedy about two rival ramen shops and their shenanigans in competing for customers, the best ramen, local ramen/restaurant competitions, trying to hire the best chefs and workers, to perfect their recipes, travelling to dodgy locations for strange ingredients that shady travelers mentioned in passing
>fun shit like that
>by the end of it they're all pretty good friends and a good time was had by all
Chinese heroin addict with a fetish for trenchcoats gets involved in a murder that marks the turning point of his worthless 41-year old life.
Through gambling, gang killings and heists he struggles to survive in a world of harshness.
In final episode, he is finally in peace. All his enemies and foes have been defeated.
He dies of overdose.
out of all the stories I've read tonight, somehow, this is the one
this is the one that made me think, wow. I feel shirty. the story isnt even real and yet I feel bad for the characters
goos job anon. good job
So something like a Cross Channel/ K-On mashup.
I like it.
Wasn't there a spinoff of NGE based on this premise, where one was run by SEELE and the other was run by NERV?
Round 7 takes place in territory otherwise uncharted by the bonus rounds in this thread.
Write something that /a/ would describe as 'comfy'.
A 13 year old blood darkness prodigy must collect the 11 magical lolis to save the world.
At the end, he has lost all of his edginess and the 11 lolis fuse into a magical christmas cake who rapes the MC.
A slice of life about a housewife.
Every episode starts with a relatively normal premise, then spirals out of control as the cracks in the housewife's seemingly idyllic existence gradually expand throughout each episode. 13 episodes.
Christmas Special: Housewife stays home and cooks a nice dinner for her husband, son and daughter. Daughter is off being a slut, son is a NEET and doesn't even look down to see the food as he eats. Husband is off getting drunk at an employee party and making passes at a female co-worker.
For extra artsy, make it silent, with everything just implied.
I'm entering mine >>100950771
It's pretty much about a 25 year old depressed alcoholic trying to rustle with life. It'd be super DEEP and end GAR as fuck.
I've actually been working on a story all about the morality of violence.
It kind of snowballed into an unwieldy mess of characters and plot threads, but I'll give you the basic premise.
Far future utopian city-state quarantines itself after a catastrophic accident that kills 90% of the population.
The few thousand left are split between two extremist camps: Cats (control/order) and Mice (Freedom/Equality). Think Templars vs Assassins in AC Conflict ensues.
Each episode focuses on a particular character's viewpoint and how they deal with the opposition. Lots of internal musings about the nature of man, evolution, history of violence as a means to an end.
It may seem rather vague, but a friend and I have outlined a lot of this story, and developed all of the main characters on paper already. I just don't want to take up too much space.
the mc wants to create a theme park called pillow world, designed for kids
its main attracrion is the worlds largest pillow
the park fails but the mc doesn't give a fuck. he dies in 100% cotton heaven
The daily life of a housewife.
It chronicles the steadily growing distance between herself and her daughter, her willful denial of her husband's infidelity, and her struggles to deal with her son's budding sexuality, all while trying to live a normal life.
Though the housewife will be the main character, there will be occasional silent glimpses of what the other characters are doing, while the housewife continues talking (example: housewife is talking about her husband, we see a silent vignette of her husband holding another woman in his arms and smiling).
Series ends on an unresolved note, with the housewife finally deciding she's going to stop ignoring the infidelity, the daughter apparently working up the courage to run away from home and pursue her dream of becoming an idol. The last shot of the season will be a silent vignette of the son catching fireflies with his friend; when they get close to catch the same firefly, the camera pans down and shows only their legs and a bit of their upper body. It is implied the son kissed his male friend.
A fly on the wall camera show about a kindergarten.
I'm having trouble thinking of an appropriate edgy ending that deviates it from Cross channel
God damnit. Everything really has been done before, hasn't it.
Why not throw a sexual punch-up in there? Like, the park fails, but not before hedonistic women join his harem.
It doesn't matter if your idea isn't original, what matters is how good the details and execution are.
Cute girls debate about philosophy in standard 4koma adaptation format
>Descartes "I think, therefore I am"
>All of them sitting around thinking about that quote
>Boke starts fading away
I won't give him a harem but ill do this
there's one returning customer, a middle school girl. after school every day, she comes to the park and just sits back and talks to the mc
platonic relationship. just soft. relaxing.
Originality is dead, it's how it's presented that makes it original.
How about she fails every time, and she slowly goes mad with despair over not being able to save her friends.
Then in the end she's killing them over and over again in different, elaborate ways purely for entertainment.
Though I guess this ending would require a plot device for her to retain her memories like the shrine in Cross Channel.
Inspired by seeing
without knowing anything about the show:
Satiric comedy about the misadventures of a precocious young art student determined to "make it big" in the art world, by hook or by crook. Constantly coming up with schemes to "get genius quick" by exploiting the fickle tastes and trends of the bourgeois art world, allowing for the show to take tons of politically incorrect jabs at pretentious modern art and the culture of artists who make them.
However promising or initially successful MC's schemes may be, though, they always end in failure, resetting the status quo for the next episode.
Despite her egotistical and scheming nature, she is a lovable scoundrel, and we root for her as she navigates the trials and tribulations of life in the big-city yuppie bubble and pursues her odd dream of art-world stardom by any means necessary.
I really like this.
>For a comfy anime
SOL anime about a group of friends in a nursing home. Ending is a bittersweet one where the MC reflects on his life and dies peacefully with his friends surrounding him. Afterwards a fade-out with music like this
Anime about a boy with an abusive father. Part 2 has him as an abusive father and killed by his own son. Soundtrack is styled like this song http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNFglDcW7dQ
>a utopian society set in a post-apocalyptic future has its way of life challeneged by new comers as the dead world that they shut themselves off from five hundred years ago begins to come back to life and humans begin to thrive once more
>can they keep the outside out and remain peaceful as they have been?
>or is living in total peace a lie that human nature was never fit to handle?
>told from the perspectives of a naive and idealistic girl who serves as a figurehead for the city, the perspective young man who works as a message runner, and from the perspective of a young man who has spent his entire life in the harsh outside world, only to find himself somewhere that doesn't even recognise violence when they see it
>high fantasy setting
>typical "bad guys from some shithole come to conquer our land of peace"-plot
>MC:s parents/family/friends/everyone he knows gets killed
>he swears vengeance etc.
>he starts his quest of revenge
>he meets new people and gets his typical rpg party
>one of them is his love interest
>they actually get each other, but it happens later in the series
>and fight the bad guys
>they become sort of heroes
>some of them die, profound sadness
>in the final battle the big bad is defeated
>final episode is about what happened to the remaining of the adventurers as well as the wedding of MC and the girl
>with the exception of the last five minutes
>angered by the death of his chosen champion (the big bad), the god of torment and imprisonment turns the material world into a living hell
>sadness and lazy ending happen
Dudetaro was just a perfectly normal high school boy, but then he finds a strange mixtape which when played transports him to 1990's South Central Los Angeles.
But for some reason all the rappers are actually cute girls!
Will he go back to his own time or stay and experience ghetto love?
Featuring such characters as Biggie-chan (who has the biggest breasts) and Snoop Dogg (who has Dogg ears)
A college boy is visited in his dreams by a little girl and it's revealed that she is part of an ESP research organization. He is asked "nicely" to join.
The little girl has trouble talking in real life and can only do it if she's hiding her face and speaking monotone. She's extremely deredere though. Slowly the MC helps her get over it though.
His corpse maybe.
If each girl is a lolified genderbent philosopher then I'm sold.
SoL about a group of co-workers in the "Bed & Bath" section of the department store.
Humanity has evolved to the point where psychic powers caused by genetic manipulation are the norm, with a few preexisting powers the parents can choose from for their kids. A chance screw-up created a reality warper, but due to luck he accidentally destroyed himself before he could do too much damage to reality. But a a result humanity became really cautious about reality warping.
Fast forward to the future and another reality warper is accidentally conceived, despite attempts to kill it. Eventually humanity come up with a plan to trick it into killing itself. They create a world for it, everyone our hero has ever met is a specially trained actor, every event is scripted and all media is controlled in order to hide this kids power form them and eventually trick it into killing itself. In the beginning the kid and the audience are oblivious to all this, and due to the kids powers emerging and the plans put in place by the staff it starts like the standard supernatural battle adventure story, however it remains consistent throughout that the kid doesn't really understand their powers they are using to fight the "villains" and constantly is trying to investigate its powers.
While fighting the "evil" the kid starts to figure things out but assumes that the evil organization id behind it all, and the audience gets some background exposition to fill them in on what really is happening.
After crushing the evil organization with a "ill take you with me" attack and surviving anyways the hero accidentally figures it out. Its left ambiguous if they go insane or if reality is destroyed.
This is my idea of the worst plot possible.
The plot revolves around a boy who discovers a dusty old hentai manga in the back of the library. He gets such a hard on
that he rubs his dick on the book and a genie girl poops out. She grants him three wishes because he set her free.
He wishes that he had the biggest dong ever, infinity Yen but he doesn't know what to do for his third wish. The genie
(bound by genie law) must stay with the boy until his final wish is decided.
She is pissed so she becomes a Tsundere. One day she gets genie cancer and she is dying and the boy wishes her cancer would
go away because he loves her.
They both have rough intercourse afterwards the end.
Genie cancer? What the fuck!
But... but that would be dishonest!
Husband and wife adopts 14 kids between the ages of 2 - 18 and raise them in the countryside. It's a slice of life set in a fantasy world where there is no evil overlord trying to kill everyone, no corrupt government taking all your money, and no warfare between nations. Everyone has a special ability or two, whether it's to control a certain element or be able to run faster. Crazy fun antics derive from these kids and everyone has a fun adventure just living each and every day.
I don't know the plot, but I know a single scene
>A very tough looking wanderer is approached by a gang of troublemakers
>"This is our part of town, you'd better pay up"
>The wanderer looks at them with a Kenshiro-face and says something to the effect of "Make me"
>The leader steps forward, "I'll handle this, boys!"
>We switch to the leader's internal monologue
>"Oh, fuck, what have I gotten myself into?! This dude looks invincible! I was only trying to put on a macho act so they wouldn't lose respect for me...oh god, this is going to end badly..."
>Wanderer's monologue "Fuck fuck fuck I don't know how to fight at all, I look tough but I'm really actually weak, these guys are going to kick my ass!"
>The two stare each other down, hard faced
>They run at each other, hesitantly at first but they realize it's too late to stop
>Both land punches into each others' faces, freeze frame sketchy dramatic style
>anime name is Watch the Skies
> typical slice of life shit
>protag is a NEET named Hayato Eikou who works in a spaghetti factory and is always spilling it
>childhood crush named Yui Koharu
>too beta and spaghetti to confess, literally spilling spaghetti from his fanny pack on every occasion he tries
typical crap anime moeboe/slice of life comedy ensures.
>Hayato picks up his spaghetti, burns his fanny pack and confesses to Yui.
>they go to the top of a tower in an unnamed city to watch the skies.
>Hayato points at the sky
>"I-I don't know..."
>come together, slowly get closer, holding hands tightly.
>shows skies, a white glimmering speck falls
>camera shifts focus on a newspaper, Hiroshima's newspaper. Year: 1945
>blindingly white light fills the screen
>shakes, faint hum ensures
Imagine the death threats
But that actually sounds hilarious.
Saved this from a while back, but perfect for this thread.
The main character has a yandere tulpa harem, he is actually the hallucination of one of the "tulpa" who is in turn a ghost (who is really a manga character) able to jump between fictional works. The mc is figuring out that one of his harem is actualy a ghost and that he is her hallucination, while at the same time the "real" girl is figuring out that she is fictional, eventually they discover that they are manga characters, thus realizing the fourth wall. The ghost yandere kills the original mc to prove she is the "real" one, then goes nuts and kills the remainder of the harem (which are a hallucination of a "dead" hallucination of a fictional dead person), she then attempts suicide only to fail because she is a fictional character and already a ghost and as such cant die. It is then realized that the real mc is the artist drawing her, who is also in love with her, as she is in his imagination he has her have another halucinatory bf, this time it is him, but she still (obsesively) loves the old mc, as a result, the new mc's imaginary mc hallucination gets NTR'd.
All directed by Urobutcher or Anno and animated by SHAFT.
It really is anon but it works. Now I've never actually tried it myself but theoretically it should do the job, crowd psychology and what not.
Mc is a teenage girl who realizes she has never had a boyfriend and now wants one. Each episode is her trying to throw herself at the "boyfriend" of the week while her group of friends (both genders but no interest in her from the guys) try and stop her from hooking up with assholes or looking like an idiot to nice guys. Obligatory episodes when she goes after a gay guy, and when she tries being a lesbian. The series ends when her friends successfully set her up with someone nice and she cops out because being in a relationship is too demanding for her.
There is very little dialogue and music and the show focuses on shots panning the barren wasteland and whenever there is music it is very melancholy.
The story revolves around a doctor and his daughter who has been in a coma since the apocalypse happened.
>The doctor lives in a small shack where there is hardly enough room to fit the bed his daughter lays on and all the rusting old medical equipment he is barely able to keep working.
>The doctor works tirelessly to keep his daughter alive by scavenging the wasteland and putting himself into danger when he does things like sneak into a camp and steal a car battery to replace the old one.
>As winter starts to draw near the windmill he has rigged up that powers his daughters medical equipment breaks.
>The doctor climbs up to try and fix it but as he is attempting to repair it a pick-up truck full of bandits drive by on the road and fire a single shot at him not even stopping this shot puts him off balance and he falls off 23 feet down and is knocked unconscious.
>He wakes up and it is night his leg broken he drags himself back inside wincing with pain. He crawls over to the bed of his daughter still hooked up to the machines keeping her alive now running out of power he tells her stories about the old world and his wife and about their dog and how things used to be.
>As the meter used to measure how much power is left starts to fall into its last few minutes he breaks down sobbing and telling her how much he loves her.
>As the machines shut off and all we are left with is the howl of the winds against the shack MC raises his head and looks at his daughter.
She looks back at him and says "I liked the story about the doggy" then slips away.
Do you think I should sent the pitch to KyoAni?
>intro to the series starts out with a gavel beating in a court room
>you have no idea what the fuck is going on
>it switches back to a year ago
>the entire story is told primarily through the narration of a cop, voiced by norio wakamoto
>the man has just married the girl of his dreams and has a baby on the way
>at first it's light-hearted and slice of life, but quickly deteriorates as he tries to provide for his new family
>he begins robbing stores and selling drugs at first
>it gets to the point where it gets out of hand and now he's shooting up those drugs
>beating his pregnant wife and her kids from a previous marriage
>it gets pretty deep if you will
>by the end of it all, he's a full blown serial killer
>The cop has been hunting him down for a good while now
>his wife wont turn him in because she still believes he can change
>eventually he does get caught
>it then switches back to the court room
>he's been found guilty of multiple crimes and sentenced to death
>the last scene of the show has him walking to the electric chair
>from the court room and on, nothing is heard in the except for this one song, the lyrics being the basis for his thoughts
>the last scene you see as the music cuts out is him in the electric chair getting shocked to death
I want the everyday life of that gang leader. The series would play with all sorts of cliched gang scenes through the gang leader (and the other characters)'s internal monologues.
I dunno, I just imagined Nichibros from your scene.
H-how could you go the length of an entire show without everyone figuring out the twist?
And how could the protag be a NEET in Imperial Japan?
Not mine, but this should work.
Story takes place in a JRPG parody world (with stats, EXP, skills, quests etc...) where everyone is assigned a role and class (like Hero, Swordsman, Farmer, Villager, Mage) from birth and lives with it for the rest of their lives.
Main character is a Fisherman, a background NPC type character, and is not quite content with his life of irrelevancy and fish.
He has average to mediocre stats and skills aside from his Fishing skill that is absurdly high even for his class because he's been grinding it like crazy since he was a kid.
One day on one of his fishing trips at sea he ends up killing Leviathan (very high level ancient monster) using his Fishing skills to save a girl.
The girl in fact turns out to be the Demon Lord who doesn't want to be the Demon Lord and wants to be a Baker instead. To do this she plans to overthrow the class system and let people choose who they want to be.
The Fisherman, seeking adventure and tired of his current lifestyle, decides to join her on her quest as her right-hand man.
He uses a fishing rod as a weapon, refuses to use anything else as well as having only fishing related attack skills but because he killed the Leviathan he gained an enormous amount of EXP and skyrocketed up in levels to become incredibly strong and turns into a very formidable opponent because no one has a counter or defense against high level fishing skills.
Yes. You really should. Shaft could also do wonders with that.
Never been very sure of the criteria for a NEET. Figured it was just a buzzword. What is it?
Google it you dumbass
Ah god this again.
>protag is a NEET named Hayato Eikou
>who works in a spaghetti factory
>"ORAAA! CHECK MY RIGHT HOOK!"
Time to step it up, senpai.
Write a plot that either borrows from or follows the plot structure of one of Shakespeare's works. If you'd rather, it can be any classical work at all.
Eh i admit I was too lazy to actually look up what NEET meant. Just figured it was a socially awkward spaghetti kid.
I'm sure if I expanded I'd figure out a way. I'd have the setting very quaint and archaic to the point people think it's just a stylistic choice. Could go on a little journey into other little areas as filler.
Didn't really think that through...There's gotta be some ways. Nothing ever happens in slice of life
Romeo and Juliet adaptation of Code Geass.
ill spoonfeed because I'm bored
Not in Education, Employment, or Training
watch welcome to the n.h.k. to learn more
Moeshit Taming of the Shrew
Make it set in a future society where very few women are fertile
An anime about Anne Frank being a NEET.
>still no replies
A-any minute now for sure
I feel like the plot structure of Much Ado about Nothing is done quite often in TV shows.
>protag is the edgiest mother fucker in the class
>he's in fact so edgy that he can shave people by looking at them
>kills kittens for teh lulz 'n' shit
>fights moral fags, the teletubbies and anything non-edgy with a giant straight-razor
I once reposted a plot for about 2 months before someone reviewed it.
Shit I feel stupid now.
Whenever this thread is made again I'll correct that.
An entry in the Sci;Adv series about MC trying to make his waifu real. He is an otaku like Takumi, only not a social fuckup and has a good group of friends. In the beginning of the series he is working on an AI of her that controls his computer, but then due to a bug, she deletes his critical system files and dies. After messing with the AI he discovers that this is a guaranteed failure if he enables feeling and learning. Scrapping that, he is at a loss.
Then, at the usual point for shit to start going down in a Sci;Adv, one of his friends brings up the theory of molecular assembly, and how it may be theoretically possible to form a human using this method like in FMA. Coincidentally, a giant box arrives the next day, and in it is a molecular assembler. They have no idea where it came from or who sent it. Regardless, they use it, and the result is a body of his waifu. They are able to upload his AI into her mind, and as a result, they create the first artificially produced human.
A few days afterwards of getting the waifu used to the world, there are no side-effects noticed like in the digital version of the AI. Everything is going great and MC and his waifu are getting along. When they are out in the streets, a man attacks them. He is another artificial human, created by the Committee of 300, but an incomplete copy. They are after MC, his AI, and his ability to form perfect humans. The assembler they sent him was a test of his abilities. His waifu defends him with inhuman strength, completely obliterating the enemy. Soon, more of them are sent after MC and his friends, forcing them on the run.
In the end his waifu and him reach the bad guy's hideout and destroys the data on the molecular assemblers, stopping the Committee from amassing an army. Just like when she was an AI, she realizes that her existence and relationship is a lie and hates the MC for it. Her molecular composition begins to break down and she dies.
>protagonist has an amazing beard
>that beard talks
>that beard helps save people
>they go on ridiculous journeys to save the city
I would watch it.
A group of 10 Russians get trapped in a game world along with an almost innumerable amount of Brazilians. Each Russian has a Flamethrower weapon that can permakill a Brazilian Player.
>taming of the shrew
>sensei-chan is actually a bitch
>she won't let her younger sister, whose homeroom she teaches, date any boys
>the boys all want sensei-chan's imouto
>but one boy above all falls in love with her
>he devises as plan whereby the yankee student with a thing for older women seduces sensei-chan and convinces her to let her imouto date
>everyone falls in earnest love
>>protag is the edgiest mother fucker in the class
>>he's in fact so edgy that he can shave people by looking at them
I'd rather if you ran away with those two first sentences.
>he uses his abilities to become the world's greatest barber
>he fights other barbers
>but he never loses to them because they believe that there is good in this world
>that belief makes them weak
>watch his journey to become the edgiest barber in the world
An antisocial half-human, half-demon girl is an outcast in a society controlled by angels and demons. She's a youth with no prospects in life and angry at the world and don't give a fuck about anything. Taking out her anger by fighting against society, she takes delight in fighting and gets turned on sexually by killing people. The story officially begins when she is recruited by her long-lost twin sister, a calm, cool, and collected leader of a resistance against the supernaturally controlled society. MC is initially reluctant, because she's more of a loner type (trust issues, work alone, that sort of thing) and doesn't give a shit about mankind. Her sis eventually convinces her to join their cause when it's revealed that the Archangel that screwed their lives over is behind everything, and the twins finally have their chance at revengeance. After several successful strikes and "FUCK YOU's" against the angels, the resistance hideout is eventually discovered, and most of its members killed, with the MC's love interest captured. The twins decide to go after the Big Bad's wife and child, capturing them, and offering a trade: the LI's safety for the wife and kid. After the LI is safe, neesan kills the wife and kid, pissing off the big bad. The protags decide that now is the best time to take down the antagonists, and infilitrate their HQ. MC takes down the Big Bad, but not before tormenting him over the loss of his wife and child. The angel and demon activities are brought to light, and all seems well. However, neesan reveals her intention to rule over humans herself, saying humans are weak and need someone to rule over them. MC objects to this and they do battle. MC wins and almost kills neesan but LI stops her, neesan then takes off, saying she loved her sister before departing. MC goes emo and the LI comforts her, cue credits.
music by Combichrist
Have you written your speech for when you get your award. I feel like if this was a film in the west it would be quite successful since it touches on controversial subjects.
I'd watch it just to see Brazilians screaming in pain as they burn to ash. The huehuehues roaring through the flames.
I recognize that reference
OH HOLY GOD YES
DOTA2 THE ANIME
A Romeo and Juliet tale about a mortal man and a goddess who fall in love in a fantasy world.
Well, it's nearly 5 AM and I gotta go to bed now, so I hope a few people read some of my stuff at any rate. It was fun hanging out with you /a/ writing club and I wish I had time to read and comment on everyone's story ideas... ;_;
Are these threads archived anywhere?
sutakuru fukushima no kooru
>magic radiation from the Fukushima reactor does weird shit with the environment (mutants,environmental anomalies,etc.)
>are around reactor is cordoned off and nicknamed "za zoonoo"
>protag is a loli sent by the government of Japan to investigate what the fuck is going on
>series deals with weird Zoonoo shit like moe blob mirages and animals getting turned into loli's
>not knowing about foolz
Nigga just how new are you?
If you can memorise even a single line that you or someone has posted, you can search the archive and find the exact post and come straight to this thread.
A guy wakes up with boobs and slowly psychologically breaks. He then becomes a trap.
In modern day Japan.
I don't care.
>not just writing down the post number of OP
Step it up Senpai
I'm not sure how far you could go with depicting Hiroshima in 1945 as "quaint and archaic", let alone without revealing that it's Hiroshima or 1945.
Have you ever seen/read Barefoot Gen? It pretty much is a SoL story that gets interrupted by the A-bomb being dropped at the end of the first volume, only it's about a family living in Hiroshima during wartime and how fucking shitty life was under the Imperial Japanese regime.
Okay, classic /lit/ was too easy. Try this one on for size.
Your plot must contain romantic elements that would be considered 'out of the ordinary'.
e.g. maybe it's a romance about serial killers, or maybe it's about a harem lead who manages to balance dating all the girls who want his dick, or maybe it's that sensei-chan x student plot you've been wanting to see animated
with mecha and nanomachine and loli of course!
A boy meets a girl. NO MISUNDERSTANDINGS
I'll pay that one.
>protag robs banks
>one day a girl in the bank falls in love with him
>gets the hots every time he robs a bank
>series is them robbing banks
The budding romance between a butcher and an animal rights activist.
I don't know if this is any good, but here goes.
The story begins in a near future, in a society obsessed with fame and celebrities thanks to devices such as Oculus Rift and Google Glasses allowing them to live the day to day lives of their envied celebrities through their own eyes.
The story primarily focuses on three individuals.
A man who has become obsessed with a budding movie star, a young girl. He has literally become a NEET in order to try and get 'close' to her by watching her at all hours of the day.
The young actress mentioned previously who tries to cope with her rising success and the amount of people who obsessed about her.
And our narrator, the man who invented the technology. Overcome with guilt about what he's done to society.
The three eventually have run ins beginning with the girl and the narrator. She approaches him to shut down the system, to which he replies he can't, not at this stage of 'social interaction'.
The man and the narrator meet next, when the man approaches him to try and get as much info about the young actress as he possible can, but is turned down.
Finally the girl and the man meet towards the end of the series. He's tracked her down, and become so obsessed that he wishes to make her a part of himself. He kills the girls and takes a bit of her flesh to have it inserted into his own, thanks to the technology available at the time, so that she really will always be with him. To which he eventually turns himself in to the police, realizing he now no longer has any reason to keep living, having killed the one thing that he was obsessed with.
The series ends as the narrator is watching over his suite balcony and narrating about the collapse of society and all the thing's he's done wrong, wish he had never created this 'surveillance' system. The man narrates a few more lines about the fall of humans before he walks off the balcony.
SoL about a loli. She wears the typical and iconic randsel backpack. The randsel is actually a Mimic. The loli is actually a dungeon keeper turned traveling merchant and the Mimic is her most trusted companion.
This is their story.
>MC1 and FMC1 are best friends
>MC2 and FMC2 are best friends
>they become four best friends in middle school
>after high school they all rent an apartment together
>MC1 and FMC2 go to the same university
>MC2 and FMC1 begin working
>the first half of the show follows them as they pursue youthful activities and get along
>but when MC1 and FMC2 end up in a math 101 class together, they begin to spend more time with each other than with the other two
>meanwhile, MC2 and FMC1 work irregular hours and often have more time at home with each other than with the other two
>both couples get closer together and become intimate
>which is great until everyone finds out about everyone else and jealousy erupts
>mid way through the season their romantic entanglements come to a head when the guys admit their love for both girls, and the girls admit their love for both guys
>then they laugh for being so stupid they were already aware that theirs was a 4-way relationship
>so they decide that because it's them they can make that work
>happy days with four friends who are that comfortable around each other
>but then MC1 meets a girl in one of his classes
>he doesn't really pay attention, but it's clear to everyone else that she is madly in love with him
>when she goes back to his apartment for work on a uni project she discovers the kind of relationship the four friends have
>she tells them they are deluding themselves
>then the cracks appear and the four friends realise that they are kidding themselves and a life time worth of un-said things boil to the surface and they part ways
>an indeterminate amount of time later, probably not much more than a year, we see each of them make the trip back to their home town separately
>they had a long standing tradition of going out to see the sakura trees together on a certain day each year
>they all arrive to find that the others have come to honour their oldest tradition
>one by one we see the friends smile
>cut to black
Extradimensional beings from another universe enter our world and are interested in the concept of human love. They begin to argue which type of love is stronger and initiate a test for their proposals.
Each entity selects a proxy who recently lost a loved one: a brother, a sister, a mother, a father, a daughter, a son, a husband, a wife and a friend. They inform the participants that they are all given certain equipment that offers them abilities equal to each other.
They propose the Winner of this test will prove their love is the strongest form in their world and will have the opportunity to see their lost loved one if they challenge each other until one person is left remaining.
It is later revealed that the Winner never sees his loved one back; the Entities just transported the Winner to another reality where an alternate version of his wife is alive, as the reward.
The Winner is plagued with grief and regret knowing he has condemned himself to the point where murdered people, just to watch in envy of seeing another version of himself receive the love he literally would kill for.
Have not read it, but I saw the movie. Grave of the Fireflies is also one of my favourites.
A moe schoolgirl anime set during WW2.
As the story progresses it is implied that the girls are in a concentration camp. Between lighthearted segments there are hints of SS members, Reich banners, extermination and human experimentation.
The cast begins weaving puns and metaphor that correlate to the conditions in the camp and their plan to escape.
Over the course of the series the girl's friends gradually disappear and the undertones of the dark life in a concentration camp gradually overtake the original moe atmosphere of the show. Occasionally we catch a glimpse of a highly detailed version of a schoolmate's grim fate, similar to the style juxtaposition of Ren and Stimpy.
You have a man in a chemically induced coma, a alcoholic gay actor, and a genetic experiment designed to create a guilt free method of execution.
One day, a race of aliens invade Earth and begin by warping the minds of all humans into that of simple cattle. Except for the three above because one's in a coma, the other is passed out in a ditch at the moment, and the third one is half feral anyway.
The anime follows their stories separately in as they make their way through this new world where they've been reduced to the equivalent of rabid dogs.
The coma man awakes to find himself surrounded by a world of delusions. To him, everything is still normal. He talks to and is discharged by doctors who aren't there. He's killed by aliens in ep 11.
The actor awakes to seeing the world as it actually is. He wonders from place to place trying to find any other survivors, but is always frustrated by the soulless people he finds. He meets up with the coma man but finds he's the worst of them all. He eventually kills a group of people then shoots himself in ep 10.
The girl finds herself trying to live a normal life, but is dragged down by her own purpose. She attempts to create a family by stitching together dead bodies of the people she kills. The final piece was the head of her onii-chan, who would have been the coma man. He gets away from her. She falls into depression, and dies of disease from the rotting corpses in ep 12.
A blind young man discovers he can hear sounds that are not from this world. Frightened he tries to make it back to home as fast as he can. When he gets inside his home, he discovers that none of his stuff is there, and he can't grasp anything, not even the door by which he entered, its as if everything had disapeard. Scared and cold the protagonist starts walking around hoping to grasp something of any kind, until he touches a smooth surface, part of a spherical statue that emanated a blue light from its top. As he does this he hears a voice that asks him a question "Boy, would you like to stop hearing these fearful sounds?" to which the protagonist says "...Yes.", "Then boy, will you lend me your eyes?"..."Yes i will.", "Then from now on, your eyes are my eyes, and mine only, your body is for both of us.". As the protagonist concludes this "contract" his eyes opens, but he does not know this, his eyes are now the unkown creatures eyes, like a seperate being to which he has no control over.
As this happens, the creature temporarly takes control over the boy's body and slays the creatures who make the dreadful sounds around him trough the use of extremely complex moves. (No blades or guns involved, pure body to body combat)
The story itself is the "journey" of the creature and the boy as they learn to live with eachother.
Super Robot Magma Blood
>protag is a black belt everything
>insanely hot blooded
>he can make Olympic sized swimming pools boil
>neighbor is an insane robotics scientist
>build fully functional super robot replicas
>one day aliens invade
>neighbor reveals his latest invention, a mech powered by being hotblooded
The God of Love got drunk one day and decided to give a random couple the ability to switch bodies with each other an infinite amount of times; all the couple has to do is gaze into each other's eyes for more than 10 seconds. The couple take turns being the pitcher and the catcher and share more than just their bodies at this point.
I'd actually watch this.
I want an anime by douman. He's a master of this.
I feel like this is an Urobuchi-worthy plot twist but you lost me in the last part.
Who was in the fridge? Was the boy the girl? Was the apartment manager real? Was any of it real?
A story of a love between two mentally screwed up former assassins who want to kill each other
>it's a romance about serial killers
Two serial killers that fall in love with eachother's work. They learn about/send messages through their kills. The story also follows the detective tracking them, who initially thinks that the kills are the work of one killer and comes to see the messages in the kills. The twist is that the killers are well acquainted classmates with the finale being their attempt to murder one another only realizing who the other is after they are both mortally wounded. They die in eachothers arms with a fade to black as sirens blaring closer.
Path to victory
>set in an alternative world where everybody lives like old China
>series is about a small country planning to take over the continent
>series follows various commanders leading thousands of troops
Why do /a/ love serial killers so much?
Bravo man, though I don't see this as really anime material myself.
Well written high functioning sociopaths are fun to watch.
Most of /a/ is American and America is the culture of serial killers.
A man who became a famous art critic because of his ability to read the "souls" of people through their creations is contacted to help deal with a serial killer.
There's one problem: after seeing the first murder scene, he falls in love with the killer. After predicting her next victim and leaving a critique of her last kill at her next murder location, she also falls in love with him, but is tsundere.
A disorganized paraplegic becomes a parachute instructor.
I call it BARA BARA PARA.
>next murder scene has "I didn't do it for you. Don't get the wrong idea." written in blood.
>the investigators are baffled by this strange message
>MC is giggling to himself
I like it
"The world will end in one year if the tyrant of strength is not slain!"
The last words of the great seer to the most influential leaders of the world started the great hunt for the most powerful man in the land. The tyrant of strength, one of the three tyrants of the world, gifted with a power that can shake mountains, becomes a target of the strongest organizations in the world. It is now a war, the whole world against a man with the strength to shake the world, with the fate of the world itself on the line.
Write an animu plot that features an ensemble cast.
>A terrible lich has been terrorizing the kingdom for years, raining death and destruction with his army of undead minions
>Many paladins have fought the Lich gallantly, but have fallen to his strength, even the greatest paladin in history has become his personal bodyguard
>A young, hot blooded young woman attains palidinhood and takes a challenge to slay the lich
>She arrives and they engage in battle, when her helmet is knocked off the lich feels something in his bony chest he hasn't felt for years, labuu
>The lich instantly drops everything, having all his undead stand down and pledges his immortal soul and heart to the paladin woman
>Wacky fantasy hijinks occur as the lich is willing to do anything for this woman, but is still fucking evil to everything else in the world
A boy falls in love with a nigger.
Unable to confess, he is gifted with by a deus ex machina with some welfare. Never minding the strange area code, he immediately cashes it in and buys booze, and is overjoyed to find out that the nigger has in fact, come to steal it from him.
But, the next day, when he recounts the previous day's confessions to the nigger, she only looks at him with a perplexed expression. After some investigation, he finds out that the nigger he arrested is not the same nigger he baited with the money. In fact, it doesn't exist in this universe at all. She is the girl's alternate slavery counterpart, who has stolen an entire watermelon farm, who too is blissfully unaware of her dick size.
Hijinks ensue as the two strike up a deal to give each other their darkest, most private secrets in order to equip the other with the weapons they need to conquer the heart of their other selves. While the two chase their respective nigger, CRIME ensues as they begin to fall in love with thievery and laziness other instead and question the NATURE of SLAVERY.
>I like it
T-thanks. I finally get a reply, and it's on two of my stories.
Hahaha oh wow. That's a very good version.
Generic harem but then it turns out the MC is actually three people, a set of identical triplets.
Not only that, but the three harem members are actually one girl with three personalities.
Old men save the world with the power of hard rock.
Keit-ai: Nigger Edition?
Are you retarded?
So, 20th Century Boys?
>an ensemble cast story about rival meaderies in a fantasy world
In the old days, when justice was gained by noose or fire, by the spilling of the criminals blood, there was the three beastly spirits of justice, who could divine the perpetrator of all crimes, and guided their mortal tribes ways of justice.
It is now 2014, many many years since those days, and the current heir of this ancient tribe is a young detective. Ever since those bloody old days, the leader of the tribe was gifted with the sight and guidance of the three spirits, and this holds true even in modern times. Thus the detective is stuck with three ancient spirits of justice while he tracks down criminals. Thanks to his sight he can see who the criminals are, but not how or why they did the crime. Back then just knowing who did it was enough, but in modern times, proof is needed. However, the spirits of justice do not see the need. Always accompanied by the spirits who hunger for justice, the detective must weather their demands while trying to figure out the mystery of every new crime, the longer he takes to solve the crime, the more aggressive the spirits become, pulling on his mind and his will.
Somebody called me amazing. Doushio
So this kid transfers to a new high school...
A reddit fat fedora atheist fighting for gays, blacks, muslims, feminism and against the white devil suddenly becomes really strong by the power of his enlightment. He then uses this power to make a left-liberal paradise. In the end he has a harem of white, black and muslim women who are all tsundere as fuck but he won't dare to touch them because he is too beta.
Don't forget the "b-b-baka..." with dots and dashes included.
MC voiced by Jun Fukuyama.
Write it. I think this could actually be a great dark comedy.
The harem lead knows what he likes. He has a very specific anime character archetype that he has an interest in.
That is the only archetype in his harem that is NOT represented by any of its members.
>A samurai, a cowboy, a viking, a pirate and a mobster are trapped in medieval Europe and are made knights of King Arthur's round table. Hijinks ensue.
Romance between a tsundere /a/ poster and innocent /co/ poster
I love it.
A heartwarming love story between a lolicon and a grandma
God employs the power of the idol to spread the good faith. They face other different idol groups which represent other religions in a race to garner more followers.
a story of a young boxer whose dream is to win the quadraplegic boxing belt in the quadraplegic circuit
w-what does it mean?
>MC is a really angry ghost.
>Like really angry
>Has no memories of his life and as such no clue why he is so angry
>Powerful enough to move stuff around a bit and effect the weather
>No one can see or hear him
>Oblivious loving couple move into his haunt
>Tries to scare them out or outright kill them but obliviousness and dumb luck keep turning things in the couples favor instead of causing trouble
played for laughs
>Girl is tsundere
>Beats up guy she likes
>Gets arrested and sent to juvie
>Learns the ills of tsundereism
>After leaving juvie she goes on a trip to rid the world of tsunderes
That sounds like the opposite of a good thing.
Both the protagonist and the love interest are proper modern tsunderes for each other.
It would be glorious.
She only really goes after violent tsunderes
Two yanderes going after each other
Here's an edgy one.
>Absolutely normal guy
>One day in his house a creepy dude in a straitjacket appears and tells him that he is now a part of his "game"
>Says if MC can successfully kill his family members in 1 hour he wins and they come back to life, but anyone he fails to kill will die at the end of the hour
>MC doesn't believe him
>A week of MC being an orphan and angst
>They straitjacket guy reappears to him at school for round 2
>Makes the same hour deal for every one in the school
>MC goes frantically around the school trying to killsave everyone
>Only is able to get like half the school
>The half he killed comes back to life at the end of the hour, and the half he didn't dies
>Is convicted of killing the half he saved
>Tries to tell everybody what happened
>Lawyer goes for insanity plea
>MC is sent to an asylum
>Asylum is run by straitjacket guy
>He's an insane reality warper that loves to fuck with people, and all the people in the asylum are people he has had play his games
>MC has to team up with inmates of varying mental stability, including his new qt psychotic yandere waifu to survive the warden's antics
Like Louise-level violent where the Paternal-vs-Patriarchal philosophy can be applied, or, say, the point where the tsundere will slap the baka upside the head every once in a while?
The simplest explanation is to say that cliches play out more like they would in real life.
A slice of life about single guys doing single guy things. May or may not have homoerotic subtext.
There's a 20-minute OVA thing that is entirely the two protagonists shouting 'baka' at each other.
Who would they kill to show their love?
>and they are both sued by the state when their union produces a slightly deformed child
They'd better be 3rd gen incest offspring.
Basically, if the girl will punch the guy at the drop of a hat, shes gonna get life-lesson'd Any lighter varieties will be free to go. The point is she wants to stop the epidemic of tsunderes who assault the men they like
For the purposes of most media, say anime, books, or vidya, it means taking elements usually seen in a genre, and playing them out differently than what is expected.
Not to get all /co/, but the easiest example off the top of my head would be how the idea of how superheroes would operate in real life is torn down in The Watchmen.
The story is told from the perspectives of the MC and FMC. FMC is a 3rd year student at high school and the show starts with her sitting in class (by the window of course) and silently worrying about her plans for the future. MC is also in her class and he is called to answer a question (to make it evident he is there). Anyhow a few minutes later while FMC is watching out of the window towards the city as she sees a bus sway out of control a few streets away and ram into a small bank, effectively killing most of the employees inside and the passengers as bus combusts. A few seconds is used to show how all the students rush to the window to witness the accidents before the screen flickers and warps before turning black.
Next scene is FMC sitting at her seat next to the window and pondering about her life choices (a duplicate of the previous scene) and while she is stuck in thought the teacher quotes that MC is missing. "Absent again, huh?" and nobody gives it much thought since it seems to be a common phenomenon.
This time there is no bus crash outside and the lessons carries on as normal. MC shows up during second period and the male class rep scolds him for his tardiness etc...
Anyhow the viewer is not given any explanation of what they just watched and the first episode ends with a random scene of a middle-aged man walking into his bosses office where his boss gives him the news that there are going to be lay-offs and that he will shortly lose his job. (It's the bank the bus was going to hit earlier)
Now to speed up the plot summary. MC is able to travel backwards in time and uses this skill to stop all sorts of misfortunate events happening before they happen. He doesn't tell anyone about this and he doesn't seem particularly excited about the ability because it's an "equivalent-exchange" type of ability which will be the whole meat of the plot.
Will the life-lessonation make her a less violent tsundere, a different dere archetype, or a fundamentally different person?
WOuld be different for every girl she life-lessons. Some would become less violent tsunderes, others would change completely
MC is a girl with two hard working parents. Her mother wants another child, but she can't take time off of work. So MC-chan solves this dilemma in the most logical way possible: by getting herself pregnant. She's tsundere for the guy who knocks her up.
Could this get funding from the japanese government?
>Fly Me to the Moon
The Little Prince meets Star Trek with 50's pulp sci-fi imagery.
A group of lolis are awakened on a colony ship by the central AI to take over as the crew of the ship. The ship's AI is a loli with a herd of cat robots running through a network of vents in the ship conducting maintenance and assisting the crew.
During their training, they go on adventures on alien worlds and asteroids meeting extraterrestrials and pirates along the way on their mission to find a new Earth.
FMC keeps getting flashes of the events that would've happened without MC's influence and eventually finds out about MC's abilities. FMC and MC form a pseudo-friendship and their relationship stays at a stalemate for a moment.
Next few episodes are used to show FMC's background as she goes back home after school (which is a darker setting, dark house, clutter everywhere you know the type). Her mother has Alzheimers and is bed-ridden and she is forced to take care of her on the side of her studies and part-time job (because we need the sympathy for the FMC obby) and we can see that it takes a mental toll on her to keep doing this.
After all the background is shown FMC gets into an accident in the school and breaks her leg (nothing lethal) and MC decides to use his power to save her and she avoids the accident. She still remembers a glimpse of the alternate scenario where the accident happens and she realizes that MC saved her.
This is a key moment in the story and their relationship slowly develops after this to the point of actual love. Their relationship progresses and they graduate from high school (yes we Clannad now) and they start to deal with their future life.
At some point MC meets with FMC's mother privately and his abilities are able to bring back some of her sanity for long enough that she can have a talk with him, express her gratitude "for looking after my daughter, never seen her this happy since my illness, etc..." and finally asks MC to help mom an hero so that her daughter won't waste her life looking after her mother and instead will live for herself. So happens and FMC never finds out that MC had a part with it.
FMC and MC move together and go to college and their relationship gets more and more serious (engagement/marriage) and more of the equivalent-exchange part of this show is explained. The MC explains that when he changes the future the negative karma manifests somewhere else (like the bus).
>MC moves to a smallish town from his big city life
>there he has trouble connecting with everyone except sensei-chan, a young woman who is also a city slicker
>sensei chan x student romance occurs
>no stupid misunderstandings
>just comfy romance
MC can bring any person back to life, but only if he kills another specific person that is unique for each individual - living keys of sorts. He takes odd jobs as a hitman, but his overarching goal is to kill his best friend, so that the girl he loves will return from the dead.
When she revives, we learn that she loves the best friend.
>An alien invasion of earth, a secret society of magic users deciding to not be so secret anymore and take over, demonic beings breaking lose, and a secretly built robot army gaining sentience all happen at the same time
>Main characters are a high school paranormal club that wants in on any of that
Every episode in the series ends with a short clip of the middle-aged man we saw in episode one (let's call him Mr. X) and how his life is starting to slowly go downhill. In the first few clips he tells his wife that he was laid off and she is supportive and understanding. Slowly he becomes more bitter and angry and their relationship falls apart. Mr X loses his marriage, house and his ex-wife takes their child with her and he just slowly becomes more and more bitter. In the final episodes he is close to crazy and he reads from the papers that the bank he was laid off was being expanded and that business is thriving. In the final clip he is shown to follow his former boss home from work while holding a gun in his pocket, intending to kill him. Eventually his boss notices Mr X following him in the city and turns around and recognizes him. After a small shout-out the final clip ends with Mr X firing the gun at his former boss and missing him.
In the next (and final episode of the series) FMC and MC pend the beginning of the episode remembering back at all the things that happened and making idle chatter, very light-hearted but foreshadowing of something bad happening. Towards the middle of the episode they are shown to be out in the city shopping for baby-clothes and cradles. They have a light-hearted conversation and in the background you can already hear faintly Mr. X yelling at his boss. Scene ends with FMC and MC walking hand in hand and FMC saying that "MC-kun, I'm happy that I met y-" BULLET TO THE HEAD. MC goes into a shock and FMC dies right then and there.
Equivalent-exchange has come around to collect. Then the police are shown to come around and arrest Mr X and console MC the boss from the bank gives his condolences to MC and explains that it was a former employee of theirs that shot her. MC makes the connection between him preventing the bus accident and it eventually leading to her early death in the future.
>MC is a brooding vampire elf named Kuro
>he can turn his blood into various weapons which he summons by cutting his wrists and he cries blood everytime he does so.
>becomes attracted to a goth blogger when he so a video of her cutting her wrists and legs
>combining her blood and his make his weapon even more powerful and together they fight the demons
>arch villain is long lost twin brother named dahkuness and he can manipulate the blood of virgin girls which are rumored to be the most powerful source of energy for their kind
>their dark and anguish infested story begins
(cont and fin)
The screen flickers and warps (something to show the MC using his abilities) and the next thing we see is FMC back in high school with her friends as they talk about that "horrible bus accident" that happened a short time ago, implying that in this future the bus was not prevented. FMC heads for the stairs and passes by MC who says nothing to her, implying that they aren't familiar with each other before she slips in the stairs and breaks her leg. The episode and series is finished with MC walking away slowly with a grin and having an inner monologue while we can hear FMC crying in the background and everyone fussing around her, showing MC walking against the stream of students. The monologue ends with MC wishing FMC a happy life and deciding to stay out of her life.
Now that I typed all of this out it has a lot of Clannadish elements, but it won't have the stupid harem or girl-of-the-week problems. Neither will the abilities of MC be the focus of the show, they are barely used because MC explains that for every bad thing he stops something bad is going to happen to someone else, which came back to bite him in the ass in the form of a bullet.
was to this >>100957836
>MC is a hard boiled detective working on a gruesome serial murder case
>Eventually tracks down the killer
>It's not a human, but some kind of shapeshifting monster that usually takes a dog-like form
>Was killing people that tried to capture it
>Takes a liking to MC
>He's a huge softy, so he takes it in and tries to train it to be more like a regular dog
>Wacky hijinks and brocop adventures
A sentai hero runs around town giving hot blooded speeches about the villains he faces not living their lives correctly and trying his utmost to save people.
He's actually a 46yr old salary man with 2 kids that both don't acknowledge his existence and a wife that spends the family money at Love Joule, a female only bar with male hosts that teach women the pleasure trapped in their bodies. As the series goes on he becomes increasingly desperate to change the ever-maddening society that surrounds him which in the end leaves his mind broken. The series ends with him strapped to a chair repeatedly mumbling "Don't lose your way" as his wife files for SSI thinking of how much money she can get and his children breathe a sigh of relief.
WWI but the characters are lolis
every episode is about characters lives in the trenches and when the episode ends with them going over the trench
it's alls quiet + blackadder goes forth but with lolis
SoL about a cute girl with coprolalia, a cute girl with copropraxia, a cute girl with coprographia and the normal cute girl who has to put up with them on a daily basis
Fuck WW1, it's boring garbage.
DON'T LOSE YOUR WAY
anime based on Linkin Park's "breaking the habit"
I've posted this one in an anime plot thread before, so here it is again
Don Quixote in a post apocalyptic Japan
>In the near future, the world economy has collapsed
>many countries had devastating civil wars
>Japan has reverted to feudalism
>In one home, a middle aged man sits watching his old samurai flicks (Yojimbo, Zaitoichi series, Seven Samurai, etc)
>eventually decides that he is a samurai who should go out and right wrongs.
>gets his beat ass old Honda motorcycle out of the garage
>makes makeshift armor and a spear and sword
>goes out in search of wrongs to right
>soon runs into Sanji, a fat otaku who's been sitting around reading manga
>he sees that the old guy is clearly crazy, but no one is writing any new manga, so he goes along with his crazy shenanigans
>follows him on a scooter.
>watches as our hero gets his shit handed to him by bandits
>Our hero continues to fight for justice even though he is out of shape and old.
>runs his bike full tilt at radio towers
seriously, Don Quixote is a long ass book, so there's plenty of source material.
at the end the viewer learns that Quixote's visions of giants and demons are real, and he's been defending Japan from supernatural forces even though it looks like he's crazy
Voiced by Norio Wakamoto
>Japanese fighting the Germans in the South Pacific
>Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck fighting the Brits guerilla style with an 8 to 1 size disadvantage
>Germany's 1918 offensive
>any of those things being boring.
Basically a show about a black rebel warrior set 1000 years in the future. He used to be a soldier in the mech army, but he got kicked out after a mission horribly failing, because he didn't follow orders.
Our rebel warrior has also learned how to hack, by using magical chants. He and his sidekick Automator travel the solar system and try to free planets from the terrible establishment.
>MC is a relatively ordinary girl, setting seems to be a normal world, same as ours.
>One morning she gets out of bed, leans over to turn off her alarm, her head falls off
>She's still alive, freaks out, screams, blah blah blah
>Mother enters the room
>Mother (who always wears a turtleneck sweater) takes off the sweater, there are some bandages keeping her head on
>Girl comes from a long line of Dullahans, but they only become a propper dullahan during puberty
Story is half about her learning to collect souls and stuff with her mother at night, half about her trying to hide the secret at school during the day
You forgot the mountain battles at the Italian border, even if they were mostly digging.
I forgot about that. I like the part where Rommel removes Spaghetti.
Cute girls in a cute 1%er Motorcycle Club SOL
>riding and wrenching on chopped Pre 1969 Harleys, Triumphs, BSAs and Indians
>beating the shit out of other cute girl clubs
>doing speed and drinking beer
>gangbanging pretty boys
>kissing each other as a greeting to fuck with normalfags
The God of War has retired and given his throne to his illegitimate bastard son, who is physically weak and unwilling. But, being that he is the son of a God, he does posses impressive power. The boy refuses his throne and runs away from his destiny. The boy attempts to live a normal life and discover his own path.
Thats the best I could do. Sue me.
So we begin in a prison cell. Our main caracter is locked in shckles, and chained to the wall. Enter some goddamn monologue that basically tells us he's been here his entire life; and underscores that holy shit, he's completely ignorant about the outside world. As in, he has no idea what "sun" really means. it's sounds, not a word.
Action girl then breaks him out, standard action scene. He has the "Blood of Reversal" which is important or something. Also it's blue.
Well, Action girl shows him the outside world and as they run from the evil forces of the group that imprisoned the main character, he begins to fall in love with her for whaty she's done for him.
But - enter antivillain. Antivillain is a dark hero on first, second and third glance. He's been a part of Action Girl's organization for a few years, and turned the tide of several battles in her groups favour because he can use his Iaido to cut aircraft carriers or some shit. A physical type character.
Well, enter the Reaper Plot arc. Involves an investigation into the org that imprisoned main. Apparently they're spreading parasites the partially eat people's souls around. The parasites eat half the soul, then fuse with the rest. Why? Control People who end up in this state are just like their former selves except they make choices that are biased in organization favour.
Furing this arc, a lot of dark points in Action Girl's past come up consequent to the investigation. Antivillain then begins to sow doubts about her in Main's mind. Meanwhile, the audience is shown Antivillain doing more and more suspicious shit that Action Girl and Main don't see.
At last, Antivillain is in a place where he can take out Action Girl. He set's up a plan where it looks like she betrayed them. Main is in a state of shock, because it looks like all the disinfo was just confirmed.
Antivillain then deals Action Girl a nearly fatal wound. Leaving her dying on the ground, he then turns on Main. At the last moment, Action Girl sacrifices herself so main can live, this sacrifice buying main's escape, and trapping Antivillain in place.
Cue standard heroic introspection. "What have I done? How could I have betrayed her when she saved my life?" etc
Enter a rampage of revenge so brutal that the network refuses to air it. Series finale ends with Main eating Antivillain's entrails on screen, laughing maniacly and screaming about how delicious they are.
The audience at this point realizes that the entire point of the series they had started to like was to provide a flimsy justification to animate the entrails scene.
Edgy enough, I hope.
I like this one, actually
He didn't lose his way even in the end.
>Voiced by Norio Wakamoto
>Ordinary people are picked at random by an underground organisation
>They are forced to commit horrific crimes
>Suicide/Running away/Calling for help results in the harm of family members/friends
>MC is a college kid that was picked
>Show follows his development as he forces himself to commit varying atrocities
>His mind starts to break bit by bit everyday
>Eventually loses it and decides to make his way up the ranks of criminals
>Kills the top dogs of the organisation while peeling out their eyeballs and organs for added edge
>Completely snaps realising the power he now has and decides to become the boss himself
>12 year timeskip
>Gets his ribs ripped open and his limbs decimated by a kid in the same position he used to be in
>The cycle continues
Just thought of something else: she tells the guy to stay away because people will figure out what's going on, but he misinterprets this as her being sour towards him, so he keeps bugging her anyway.
Then he starts getting bullied and MC-chan has to protect him. It can explore some consequences but it can't get DARK. MC also has an underclassman female friend who looks up to her.
>An otaku who has a crush on an otaku girl, but is too shy/socially awkward to express himself during an entire year of being sortof friends with that girl. During that year he goes through phases of lack of confidence and pure suffering as he sees the girl get closer to his friends instead.
>MC sells drugs in New York
>One day he was shot dead by some other dealers
>He is reincarnated as a young man in some rural area in feudal Japan.
>Using his drugmaking skills, he sells them and fucks up the country
>MC's actions are somehow linked with everything that went wrong in Japan, from the rise of the Yakuza to their notorious WWII campaign
>blaming a foreigner for all of Japan's ills
they'll love it.
Didn't you see how they butchered Ningen Shikaku?
Now just hear me out...
>he's a dandy guy
>he combs the galaxy like his pompadour on the hunt for aliens
>planet after planet he searches discovering bizarre new creatures both friendly, and not
>these are the spectacular adventures of Space Dandy and his brave Space Crew in space
10/10 will save anime
Russian sushi salesman as side character
>lolis playing cricket at galipoli
10/10 chinese cartoons are saved
only if they're wearing the slouch hats.
>Protagonist 21 year, Dreams to be #1 in All Tournament Gaming
>Starts small with local tournaments working his way up to internationals
>Constructs pro gaming team
>Has crazy antics like "multi-cart boosting" and "infinites"
>/v/ related opinions on games
>All characters foul mouth and jackasses
>take away edgy
10/10 would watch
>MC is a 13 year old guy
>His parents don't give a shit about him
>One night, his bike is stolen
>Knowing his parents won't care, he decides to look for it himself
>He goes around asking his neighbors if they had seen his bike
>No one has seen anything
>When he is about to give up, he realizes he has one house left
>He goes to the last house and rings the doorbell
>To his surprise, a girl about his age opens the door
>MC tells her what happened, and she decides to go find the bike with him
>Thus, they embark in an adventure which will take them to the darkest corners of the city in order to find MC's beloved bicycle
>Over the course of the anime, the girl goes full yandere. When they finally find the bike she gets it run over by a truck and tells the MC that she is the only one he can ride.
The boy confesses to a girl after school.
A little girl dreams about conquering the world. She began by searching for allies. She found a neet who is a super genius and convince him to conquer the world together with her. She than found other allies who has supernatural abilities that is stronger than anyone in the world. At the final episode everyone of her allies except for the super genius die sacrificing themselves for her to achieve her goal. Just as she was about to push a button that the super genius made so that everyone in the world would obey her, Goku came in out of nowhere and destroy the button. Goku than said that she would never conquer anything as long as he was on patrol. But then Frieza came and destroy the world while Goku was away. Everybody died. THE END
Came from the archive just to post. This is a great story, would make good pasta. Seems like something I would've read on /x/ in 2009.
>getting jealous of a bike
As expected of a yandere.
Best one yet. Get Comix Wave to produce this, seriously. You should pitch this idea to whoever makes good movies nowadays.
So there's a group of friends. They're bros, comical with each other. Normal, slightly delinquent types at first glance, they're actually an organized criminal group.
They don't hurt anyone, they're just after whatever they want. Bank robberies, infiltrating houses of rich assholes, stuff like that. Their target is always a corrupt bastard.
They carefully plan their operations and execute them in a fabulous manner.
One day, they appear to have made a mistake. They get arrested and thrown in jail. But this doesn't stop them. They maintain their master tactics and wits and form a plan to escape the prison.
The last few episodes is about their escape, and after succeeding they decide to stop their criminal activities. They split the full pot from all their robberies and separate, starting a new life where the police will never find them.
SOL about 5 girls. Each of them has an older brother or sister. Two of them are middle schoolers, two are high schoolers and one is a grade schooler. None of them know each other, but the events of their daily lives are influenced by the others. The girls never directly interact between them, but sometimes they end up being in the same place at the same time. They all have different problems, going from bad grades to problems with their parents or siblings, and over the course of the series they try their best to overcome said problems. Without realizing, they are mutually helping each other solve their issues and grow as persons.
A delinquent girl with a hime cut gets into fights and beats up people.
So it's basically Ocean's Eleven and then Prison Break.
It'd probably be hell to write that, but damn would I watch it.
>古霊の友達 (Ko Rei no Tomodachi)
The Battling Trio Tournament is going to start in two months. Three middle school guys want to enter, but they have no battling experience nor skills. They go and ask the owner of an antique store to train them, since he was a well known fighter in his youth. The man says he can't train them, but that there is someone else who can do it. He hands the guys a little clay statue, and instructs to take it to a hill at night and form a circle around it.
The next night the three boys do as they were told. The statue starts to glow and out of it comes a spirit. The spirit claims to be an old warrior from feudal Japan who helps people in their quest for physical, mental and spiritual strength. The kids explain their situation to the warrior, and he accepts to train them for the tournament.
girls in wheelchairs doing cute wheelchair things
Bamp, you mouth-breathing assfaggots.
I'd watch it.
Spirit Of The Fist
>kung-fu man looks for new challenge
>hears of full-contact MMA tournament
>series is him fighting various guys having all different martial arts styles
Too bad that's not a real thing.
If there were people on /a/ that aren't lazy as fuck and know how to draw, I would like seeing this idea becoming something, even a oneshot.
Cross x Chaos
That was some mono-molecular blade tier shit.
> Japanese cartoon
Not gonna happen.
This is my dream.
I want to learn to draw in a acceptable style and start doing one-shots of stories born here on /a/.
Drawing some oneshots with /a/ would be kinda nice. That is still miles ahead of me though.
ugly girls doing cute things or ugly things
What about cute girls doing ugly things, like knocking homeless guys change cups out of their hands or kicking puppies?
It would be cool if there were threads about creating manga.
People here have a shitload of ideas.
I remember one thread where OP said he knew how to draw and that he would draw anything idea that got dubs.
We ended up with a amazing supernatural story about a grave-keeper loli in a flooded city with her skeleton friend, A-tier stocking skating girl, and some other characters in a world inhabited by both humans and demons, the grave-keeper loli being some kind of mediator.
It was really cool, but never happened.
that's an entirely different concept
well, I still like it.
Well, we do have the occasional OC threads that show up once in a blue moon. But that's kinda different, I guess.
Vietnam in the future?
how about a show of ugly girls killing themselves because of cute girls doing cruel things to them
Oh, the st/a/ndard reallife romance.
>Romance/Harem where character tropes are reversed. (ie the main girl is dense as fuck and the MC is desperately trying to get along with her)
>Characters are developed and ends are tied, best girl wins, main couples hold hands.
>Credits play, the very last shot of the anime is a picture of the group when they are all grown up and married.
The girl who is supposed to be in relationship with the MC is now standing with a man we have never seen before in the show and holding what is supposed to be their baby.
MC is in the picture as well, he stands alone on the side and his face is obscured.
The best way to torment your victims is to give them hope, then take it away at the very last second
The World is divided into Four Nations
The Wicked Earth Kingdom
The Barbaric Water Tribes
The Seditious Air Nomads
And the Glorious Fire Nation
One day, the Emperor of the Fire Nation looks out at the other, lesser people and decides that he will bring peace, order, and prosperity to the world.
Unfortunately, a wandering demon sends his fleets of diplomats and envoys to the bottom of the Sea while traveling to parley with the Khans of the Air Nomads. What follows is a hundred year war as the other nations, unified behind Akuma work to undo the peaceful King's desires.
Then, the great Princess Yamato Sakura is born under a comet. She, and her two moe friends go on an adventure to slay the demon and bring peace to the world.
Along the way, her wick brother betrays the Fire Nation for the demon after being spurred by their father for being too weak. He's lead by his conniving uncle and promises to become the Emperor of the Fire Nation.
I had this idea at 4 a.m. while I was trying to sleep and thinking how I would fuck a genderbent version of myself 24/7.
>MC has never dated anyone before
>After going on some shady websites he finds a chat with someone who thinks exactly like him
>After some days of talking and good discussions MC discovers she's a girl
>After showing photos of each one to each other they notice they have some physical similarities
>After some more hinting MC discovers the girl is himself, but from a dimension everyone is genderbent
>Both sides of MC are already in love with each other
>MC friends find this out
>Discussions about different people that are different and complete each other vs. people who think the same together
It's stilll a rough sketch and I don't know how it will end, but from here we could go:
>They will always live in different dimensions and will have to cope with it
>Look for someone else
>Stay forever loving the unreachable
>They find a way to travel dimensions but their gender changes when they skip it, making it a /y/ and /u/ heaven
>They find a way to travel dimensions and gender stays the same, but wonder who will leave their life behind for the one
I really liked this idea, and I sure want to move it forward. I know it looks a lot like Keit-ai, but whatever.
screw it even I don't want a show about ugly girls I want to see cute girls hurting each other I don't care what the plot is. I don't mean hurting each others feelings I mean cutting stabbing beating torture etc
I was expecting a Final Fantasy type-0 war story, not M night's Last Airbender
>Not only that, but the three harem members are actually one girl with three personalities.