This is going to be a small creative writing project of mine. I'll try not to give too much needless stuff, and attempt to give this a good feel to it.
Something to note, this stalker's experience is based upon a heavily modified game of S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Many thanks go to the awesome modding community surrounding this game.
And now, a short test entry portion based on one small part of a previous playthrough:
Beginning area, rookie central pretty much, a group of rookies just staying at this one place near a trader, one experienced stalker holding everything in place, the leader for the most part. Middle of the night, it's damn dark, only light is that coming from the fire and peoples headlamps, flash of light breaks the peace, a blowout has begun.
As the sky begins to redden, there is a mad rush of people hauling it. They're moving to the safety of the bunkers, the only safe place to stay in the village.
As the sky reddens, lethal doses of radiation fill the surrounding area, people are only waiting for one thing, this horrible event to end.
Sitting in the bunker, I could hear the panting of some of the rookies, they're obviously nervous, this is probably a first for some of them. The ground is shaking at this point, flashes of white light pierce the horrible red color emanating from the sky. It's rather nerve-wracking, but it will end soon.
I'll admit that I've not seen many of these by other members here. Most notable one I can remember is Infinity Blade and his Oblivion story-thing, which was awesome. And let me say this is actually pretty awesome.
A journal style thing about a game you play is actually a pretty neat idea, and it's unfortunate I've not run across many of them, then again maybe it'd be a good thing or else I'd be sick of 'em. lol
Anyways, the mood of this is actually quite nice. It feels as if there is an actual threatening entity that will eventually pop out and eat my face and we haven't even gotten to enemies yet. :lol: The mood is dark and earie and really gives me a sense of fear, but yet it's exciting and draws me in more. In all honesty, I think you should continue.
Only thing I see are perhaps a few grammar problems, but that's not even that bad. I have my grammar moments too, so I shouldn't complain, even if I am a grammar and spelling freak. (Did I spell earie right? :lol:)
Anyways, please continue, this is pretty awesome so far.