Traxisk

Traxisk was a writer that came into being on November 8, 2008. I normally write under a different alias, elsewhere, but this is a window in the PROTAGONIZE SHOP, so I shall stock it with three Protagonize stories.

 

Preposterous in Stuffed Life http://www.protagonize.com/story/stuffed-life/15904

Stuffed Life is a cute little story with no set path. olius_brightwell was the mastermind behind the idea of letters sent between characters; letters that develop an uncertain plot, and characters that don't necessarily know each other. I admit the first reason I joined this story was the fact that I like teddy bears (you have to read Stuffed Life''s first chapter to understand). And the second reason is that I like being surprised in writing, sometimes, and Stuffed Life fulfills that requirement without question. I picked my Preposterous branch as opposed to Recent Acquisitions, because "I didn't like k***ing either, when I was your age".

 

Sister, Dear in Team Protagonize: The Darkness http://www.protagonize.com/story/team-protagonize-the-darkness/15415

Team Protagonize: The Darkness is cool because - to quote directly from ElzuWolfe's Author Guidance - "you take your favourite character that you have written and place them into this new world and put them into a story with other people's favourites". I consider this story to contain the most of my personal touch, since Alix and Lisle were characters I'd already created on my own. I'm a bit disappointed that activity died out right after I posted my single branch. I could have thought of so much more to say. However, I know revivals happen sometimes where they're least expected.

 

The Property of a Lady in The Spy Who Loved Me http://www.protagonize.com/story/the-spy-who-loved-me/16061

It's hard to describe my feelings for this last pick of mine. Eloosive's The Spy Who Loved Me prompted me to post my first poetry in Protagonize; however, it was not the first time I'd ever written poetry. The poetry I used to write was nearly always free verse, and I shamefully admit that I had developed a bit of a disdain for "following the rules" by composing rhymes. But I wanted to match the examples before me, and that's why I wrote a poem entirely of couplets. Surprisingly, I didn't dislike writing it at all. Added to the fact that I didn't face the internal opposition I expected, I received encouraging praise from a review, and one other thing. Especially with The Spy Who Loved Me, I experienced a sort of thrill every time I could successfully unearth another old James Bond title in order to interpret it in a completely different way. In any case, I love this story now. It's unfortunately that I really can't find any more titles to work with on Wikipedia.

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