Let's get this rarely used journal back to some use, shall we?
But, you know, all previous attempts to do so have, well, FAILED. Miserably.
So! Flist, I'm asking for your help. (Please answer me; I'm mildly desperate.)
There are several options I have in what to use this journal for. All I'm asking is for you, Flist, any who actually still view this journal... to tell me what purpose you want me to use this journal for.
1st option: Obviously, real life stuff and general whining. I don't really foresee having much to do about that on here, since 'real life' seems so distant when I'm online, though college may prompt me to rant sometimes.
2nd option: Dream journal. This was something I attempted to do and obviously failed to do earlier.
3rd option: Originally, this was a character journal. Not one to list my characters, though that's also an option, but literally pages from journals my characters wrote. This is the most complex option, because thanks to my RPing, I have SEVERAL characters to choose from.
Xero: My very first and most beloved character. He's gone through many different incarnations. In his most essential form, he is the 'Champion of Balance', chosen by eight gods. In his original story, he lived on the living world Drusthirael, which is home to many magical species, both original and non. This option would have several different pages from several different forms of Xero, since I still RP him in places; the most common place is Kingdom Hearts forums. He's a BIT of a Gary Stu, but I've been working on that.
Prythian: Barest essentials, this is an exploring character. His first incarnation was on a MUD, and since then he's been placed in many different places and forms. The two most common are those of an eagle anthropomorphic character, and that of a 'Crystallimuth', a race better described as part of another of the journal choices.
Cystral: This guy only has one incarnation. He's the oblivious character, confused by many things, and with many different thoughts and feelings he doesn't understand, with no knowledge of his past. THIS IS A GOOD THING. He's the reincarnation of a crystal sword that stole bits and pieces of souls that it killed, and exhibits the powers of a Crystallimuth, which is a race with magic relating to crystals. This is an (unoriginally named) race from Drusthirael.
Enamon: Ho boy. This guy is absolutely freaking nuts in almost any form. That of an elemental changeling, a storm elemental, a physically hulking man obsessed to the point of lunacy with justice... the common theme is the willingness and ability to harm people VERY WELL, and one very sure in his power, with very little restraint. Kinda stupid normally.
Neiya: This is usually a young child, experimented on in some fashion to be given various powers, and fits into different settings very well. The scifi incarnation of him has robotic tech in him, and is accompanied by a nanite slime, and the fantasy one typically is an 'Elemental Adapter', one who absorbs different things and can take on their properties, either turning into that substance or becoming adapted to it, like growing fins for water. His story inevitably revolves around those trying to recapture him.
Wraith: An Aeriad, another one of my races from Druthisrael. Think 'flying liquid metal' and you've roughly got the right image. Usually fun loving, sometimes serious, always protective... he's not as well developed as he could be, and I need a little work with him.
Inertia, Wave, Surge: HO boy. This is a trio from an idea for a novel I had, superhero type stuff. Inertia is a reluctant thief-for-hire that wishes he could be a hero, Surge is his previous friend that's turned assassin, and Wave is an innocent young girl they both swore to protect and then lost. I haven't had any real practice with this trio, but the ideas behind them I am in love with.
The Immortal: The ONLY one of these characters who has never, ever left his first setting. He's a superhero whose power, or curse, is an inability to age or die. He is simply 'stuck in time', as it were. Physically weak, mentally formidable, highly unoriginal and depressing... One of the more tragic characters I've written, on par with Xero.
Now, honestly, I can do ALL of these should I want, or some of these, or even none of these; what I write is ENTIRELY up to you, Flist; the more people want to see something, the more likely I will have it on here. I, personally, favor the character journal thing, and feel the answer I would like best is writing character journals for all the characters, but I also want more than an audience of only myself when doing this.
So please comment and tell me what you want to see. You can pick as many of the options on here as you want, and you can pick one not listed if you want as well.
Looking forward to your responses, however many of you actually still read this!