So in the last part of the description of the arena info for TF2: All Star Battle I mentioned I was gonna do something before I got back to Super Stand Bros. and that it would hopefully be done by my birthday. I hardly think that's gonna be the case now; I'm going back to Super Stand Bros. right now and unfortunately I won't be doing anything special for my birthday. This really does suck because I wanted to make something that I hadn't done before, something new and that maybe you guys would like; a present from me to all the people who have supported my ideas and work as basically a giant thank you. I really wish I could do that, but I don't really know how I could do so now that I've run into a major issue regarding my original plans.
At first, I was gonna do a fighting game info kind of thing that I've done quite a lot, this one in particular being about Kill la Kill. Kill la Kill is one of the few anime series I ever bothered to watch all the way to the end, and I fucking love it. The characters, the batshit insanity and the music are just awesome, and I figured I'd make a fighting game concept for it. I decided against it when I realized that there really isn't much I think I could do with the concept, and decided it would be pointless to do so; maybe as a crossover with another franchise but not as a stand-alone idea. Then I decided that instead I would do a crossover fanfic between Kill la Kill and Five Nights at Freddy's, titled Five Nights at Satsuki's. Set in an alternate timeline just after the events of the Sudden Death Runoff Election, the premise of the story is that Ryuko has to take a job as a night security guard at a pizza restaurant that Satsuki Kiryuin opened in order to attract the attention of American exchange students, and turned out to be one of the very few failures of Satsuki. Nevertheless it still remained open, and with the Mankanshoku family deep in debt Ryuko and Senketsu will themselves to work for their nemesis. The duo end up in more trouble than they expected when the creepy animatronics designed to look like the Elite Four come to life and attack them, trying to stuff Ryuko in a suit in the most painful ways possible and not even being able to fight back lest she lose her job over property damage. Accompanied only by a very scared Senketsu and Aikuro Mikisugi's not too helpful advice from phone messages, Ryuko is about to have one shitty week.
That's basically the main idea, and I actually do sort of have a script in my head about what happens and some of the dialogue. The thing is though is that I've never really written a story, or at least a good one. I'd rather write things up as script as it's more of a preferred method of writing I find than traditional narratives where I constantly have to go "and this person said, and then this person said", and also because in the context of my video game concepts it would make more sense to write it like that, or at least I think it does. The problem is, once again, I've not really written up a story kind of deal in a long time, much less a script, and for that reason I'm actually kind of scared to do a script. I'm nervous that what I end up making turns out to be completely lacking of interest, humour, feeling or any form of entertainment in general. With other concepts I've done it's sort of easy because I'm experienced enough in it, but I don't want to go through the effort of doing something I've never really done before if it turns out to be total garbage, no matter how long I worked on it. This really is bad because it's not just this crossover fic that I want to make script for, but also of the Adventure Time fanfic I wanted to do, and the story scripts for Team Fortress 2: All Star Battle and Super Dream Brigade. I'm really just not too sure if I should even try.
I really need to know from you guys if I should or should not at least try get into script-writing, and whether or not I should go through with making Five Nights at Satsuki's. This time I really do need your help, because I don't want to end up making something that no one cares for and your input is incredibly valuable. I know it's selfish and needy of me to ask you for this, but I just really don't know what to do.