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The Story Generator
Featuring Music by: Epic Soul Factory

PG-13: Suggested Violence. (No Violent images.)
Download from MediaFire 71 MB

To get the R-16 version, visit my Game website.

Anyone familiar with Seventh Sanctum's generators will recognize the "list generated" style immediately. What's different about mine isn't merely the the way the words actually fit together to make a coherent story, but the sheer magnitude of the content used to make One story.

By using over two dozen lists of randomly generated elements in six different genre plot outlines, you can create an unlimited number of story ideas to use and abuse as you like.



4 Characters:
Lead, Companion, Trouble-Maker, Villain.
-- With a gender choice for each.

6 Worlds:
Fantasy, Historical, Contemporary, Futuristic, Sci-fi, and Anime.
-- This changes the image, the Music, and the type of Characters.

6 Genres:
Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Gothic, Romance, Horror, Mystery.
-- Both Fantasy and Sci-Fi have sub-genres.
-- Each genre has its own plot-line, meaning: the whole story changes.
-- with Stories 6 to 8 pages long each.

7-8 Actions:
Romance, Violence, Suspense, Paranormal, Magic, Combat, Sports, and Smut!
(Smut in R16 version only.)
-- What happens to the characters in addition to the story's plot actions.

3 Styles:
Comedy, Tragedy, or Drama.

Every selection triggers a massive list of Random elements. This means that even if you never change your selection choices, every single story generated will be different from the last.



You can choose to generate a story with the same selections, a whole new one from scratch, or see the credits and go.

Also, you may save as many of your favorite stories as you like. The number of save slots is Unlimited.

For fun, I also added a Music page.



The Story Generator is free to download AND free to use!
-- Seriously, if the generator provides inspiration for your stories - USE IT! In fact, that's exactly why I made it, to help writers come up with plot-based story ideas.

Enjoy!

Note:
-- If you find a typo, or something that doesn't read right, please let me know. However to fix it, I'll need either a screen shot or the entire sentence to find the list it belongs in. -- Thankx!
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Redd
Dream big, expect nothing
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This looks very interesting. Could make some pretty cool stories!
I'd like to try it for a horror game.
author=Redd
This looks very interesting. Could make some pretty cool stories!
I'd like to try it for a horror game.

Well, select the Horror Genre and the Paranormal or Violence Action and see if it comes up with a story you can use. :)
Well I tried this, and it's a nice idea but horrible executed, the stories made with this make no bloody sense!
author=alexjones
Well I tried this, and it's a nice idea but horrible executed, the stories made with this make no bloody sense!

LOL!
-- When 90% of the content is randomly generated, of course it's going to be nonsensical! It's the writer's job to find a way to make the results into an actual story. :)
I finished reading a story, clicked the show me the credits button, then I started a new game. I got the following error:

I'm sorry, but an uncaught exception occurred.

While running game code:
File "renpy/common/_layout/screen_main_menu.rpym", line 11, in script
File "renpy/common/00action_menu.rpy", line 106, in python
JumpOutException: start

-- Full Traceback ------------------------------------------------------------

Full traceback:
File "C:\Users\Szebasztián\Downloads\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\renpy\bootstrap.py", line 265, in bootstrap
renpy.main.main()
File "C:\Users\Szebasztián\Downloads\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\renpy\main.py", line 332, in main
run(restart)
File "C:\Users\Szebasztián\Downloads\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\renpy\main.py", line 90, in run
renpy.execution.run_context(True)
File "C:\Users\Szebasztián\Downloads\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\renpy\execution.py", line 509, in run_context
context.run()
File "C:\Users\Szebasztián\Downloads\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\renpy\execution.py", line 288, in run
node.execute()
File "C:\Users\Szebasztián\Downloads\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\renpy\ast.py", line 718, in execute
renpy.python.py_exec_bytecode(self.code.bytecode, self.hide, store=self.store)
File "C:\Users\Szebasztián\Downloads\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\renpy\python.py", line 1297, in py_exec_bytecode
exec bytecode in globals, locals
File "renpy/common/_layout/screen_main_menu.rpym", line 11, in <module>
$ ui.interact()
File "C:\Users\Szebasztián\Downloads\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\renpy\ui.py", line 237, in interact
rv = renpy.game.interface.interact(roll_forward=roll_forward, **kwargs)
File "C:\Users\Szebasztián\Downloads\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\renpy\display\core.py", line 1853, in interact
repeat, rv = self.interact_core(preloads=preloads, **kwargs)
File "C:\Users\Szebasztián\Downloads\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\renpy\display\core.py", line 2392, in interact_core
rv = root_widget.event(ev, x, y, 0)
File "C:\Users\Szebasztián\Downloads\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\renpy\display\layout.py", line 749, in event
rv = i.event(ev, x - xo, y - yo, cst)
File "C:\Users\Szebasztián\Downloads\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\renpy\display\layout.py", line 749, in event
rv = i.event(ev, x - xo, y - yo, cst)
File "C:\Users\Szebasztián\Downloads\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\renpy\display\layout.py", line 749, in event
rv = i.event(ev, x - xo, y - yo, cst)
File "C:\Users\Szebasztián\Downloads\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\renpy\display\screen.py", line 319, in event
rv = self.child.event(ev, x, y, st)
File "C:\Users\Szebasztián\Downloads\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\renpy\display\layout.py", line 749, in event
rv = i.event(ev, x - xo, y - yo, cst)
File "C:\Users\Szebasztián\Downloads\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\renpy\display\layout.py", line 749, in event
rv = i.event(ev, x - xo, y - yo, cst)
File "C:\Users\Szebasztián\Downloads\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\renpy\display\behavior.py", line 625, in event
rv = run(self.clicked)
File "C:\Users\Szebasztián\Downloads\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\renpy\display\behavior.py", line 211, in run
return var(*args, **kwargs)
File "renpy/common/00action_menu.rpy", line 106, in __call__
renpy.jump_out_of_context(self.label)
File "C:\Users\Szebasztián\Downloads\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\StoryGenPG13-1.3-all\renpy\exports.py", line 1083, in jump_out_of_context
raise renpy.game.JumpOutException(label)
JumpOutException: start

Windows-post2008Server-6.2.9200
Ren'Py 6.15.7.374
Story Generator PG13 1.3
I was looking for ways to make an RPG Maker story (though I'm still a noob to creating games, I just got it yesterday) then I saw THIS and thought "...Hell yes!!" And I'm also a writer, well, writing hobbyist, but still, so this will be VERY useful! Thank you so much!
author=fyreman666
I was looking for ways to make an RPG Maker story (though I'm still a noob to creating games, I just got it yesterday) then I saw THIS and thought "...Hell yes!!" And I'm also a writer, well, writing hobbyist, but still, so this will be VERY useful! Thank you so much!

Excellent, and you're very welcome.
-- I like being useful.
author=Scalytank
I finished reading a story, clicked the show me the credits button, then I started a new game. I got the following error:

Crap... I thought I fixed that stupid error!
-- To avoid it, after looking at the credits, restart the game.
What happened is that the link to go to the main page isn't going to the main page properly. There's a glitch somewhere deep in the code. Will get on that immediately.

Thank you for finding it!
This thing is really good and useful! Thanks!
You did a great job! This thing is great source of writing ideas!

But one bad thing - it uses only ONE storyline template.
I mean, "One day friend disappeared - enemy turned out to be new friend - together they will find out all the stuff obout it".
I understand, how many work it takes, but do you have any plans about make something like this, but much more randomize-oriented? With more unpredictible results?
Something like randomly-generated storyline template?

One more time - thank you! This thing is great!
author=Arey109
This thing is really good and useful! Thanks!
You did a great job! This thing is great source of writing ideas!

But one bad thing - it uses only ONE storyline template.
I mean, "One day friend disappeared - enemy turned out to be new friend - together they will find out all the stuff obout it".
I understand, how many work it takes, but do you have any plans about make something like this, but much more randomize-oriented? With more unpredictible results?
Something like randomly-generated storyline template?

One more time - thank you! This thing is great!

Exactly, the stories were really mad-libs.
author=Arey109
This thing is really good and useful! Thanks!
You did a great job! This thing is great source of writing ideas!

I'm thrilled you liked the Generator. It took almost a year to make the silly thing. I'm glad you find it useful!

author=Arey109
But one bad thing - it uses only ONE storyline template.
-- I mean, "One day friend disappeared - enemy turned out to be new friend - together they will find out all the stuff about it".
I understand, how many work it takes...

Actually, it uses SIX different storyline templates. Each genre uses a different plot template.

author=Arey109
...do you have any plans about make something like ... randomly-generated storyline template? One more time - thank you! This thing is great!

A randomized plot template? I hadn't thought of that. However, that would take a LOT of work because certain plot elements simply won't fit with certain other plot elements, and they all have to tie together at the end or they won't make a Story. I will definitely give this some thought though.

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author=Kleint
Looks interesting...

Thank you!
-- I hope you find it useful.

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author=Kleint
Exactly, the stories were really mad-libs.

Yes indeed they were, with the randomized element dropped into the plot-lines. It took months to get it all to work together.
I thought this was incredibly entertaining, wish you the best and thanks for posting it.
I downloaded the R-16 version from your website, and two things have come about:

1.) Whenever I try to extract the game from the zip file, and then press "Run" to play it, I get an error message that says "Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You may not have appropriate permission to access the item."

Have I done something wrong, somehow?

And 2.) Norton keeps telling me it isn't a safe file, and removes it. Could this be apart of the reason I can't run the game?
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