Aiden’s storyline and writing other stories

While preparing for the next beta (edit: due to a large bug found within the system, this will be pushed back a bit until it’s fixed), I started fiddling around with other character’s stories, mainly Dimitri, Caine and Aiden.

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Aiden finally has a storyline now! I’ve been wanting to write about a character like him for a while now, and finally came up with a decent enough plot to kickstart the story.

Probably what all bachelors have in common in their stories, is finding out who they really are. That’s the core of each bachelor’s story. It’ll present itself in different ways in each story (after all each plot is unique to that bachelor), and I hope that my writing is enough to pull off the fact that these are 3 dimensional characters, and not cardboard cutouts of their archetypes.

Each story deals with something different: expectations, loneliness, bullying, low self-esteem, fitting in, social anxiety, stalkers, living in someone’s shadow, and not being able to express who you truly are. I want to tackle these subjects, and hope you as the player can feel compassion for the characters, and even relate to them.

That said, Tailor Tales is still a game for everyone, so it won’t get too angsty, and a happy ending is always in sight.

I’ve been happily writing the intros to Dimitri and Caine, each story now already having 10k words to its script. I hope to make every route around 60k words long. So that’s about 360k words in a single game, hah. Must be out of my mind. That’s not even counting the fact there’s two endings for each character and the different scenes that will occur when you select a different choice. So maybe it’s closer to 400k?

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