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The Praevolites - Story of Adaption.Welcome to the Praevolites, a species of environment adapting creatures that are best known for their ability to literally grow used to any habitat in existence.
On their home planet the Praevolites are split up into two factions. The Ignis, and the Frigus. Living on separate sides of the planet has led the two factions to grow substantially different from one another.
The Planet orbits it's mother star at an equal rate of axial rotation. Meaning, as the planet orbits around the star, it always faces the same side at all times. To any normal species, this presents a major problem. With one side of the planet being to hot, and one always in the darkness, it becomes to cold to support life. Not for the Praevolites.
The Ignis live on the northern hemisphere of the planet. This side always faces towards the star, making the environment very violent and aggressive to live on. With temperature degrees that can reach thousands of Kelvin, the surface has become a volcanic and lava
Electron - Boy ElectricityThe Premise
Movie is about a Boy named Electron, who loses his family in a disaster. Using his wits, he must travel to save his family and encounter new friends along the way.
The movie is an animated reference to electricity. Every name, city, place and event that happens in the movie, all has a reference to electricity in some way.
Boy named Electron is born into a small and isolated world. Everything he knows is only about his local life, and his parents are very protective of the boy. They live in a home that is known as a Fuse. Electron's Mom and Dad's names are: Mr. and Mrs. Volt.
One day an evil is swpet across his small town. A Surge, they call it, ravages the town of Fuse. In the centre of town is a huge monument, and when the town is under attack, it's like a siren, and it switches from one side to the other (like a breaker) triggering a huge siren to go off as well as knocking all lights in the town to go off.
Many die during the sweeping disaster, a
Lord Of Hell - The Grim Reaper StoryPage 1
Movie idea - "Many fears are born of fatigue and loneliness." Max Ehrmann
Grim Reaper a creature of total and immense horror, he was created by the Lord of Death,
and he serves to be his executioner. The Reaper wears robes made of literally black flowing
fire. Hot to the touch, when humans grasp him their skin burns. His robes set black fires on
the ground when he walks. (Most times he is seen floating above the ground.)
He carries with him a scimitar/scythe combination weapon; however, he prefers to use his
dark magic to torture the human some first and then murder them with the sharp blade
through the chest.
He sets people on fire, makes them go crazy with dark spells, and even explode their bodies
into a billion dust particles when angered (like a black dust or ash).
The humans he executes (but remain intact) he stabs with his scythe and teleports them
through a dark portal which he opens. Stabbing them with his scythe pulls out the soul
(absorbing it as a violent red sphere
Man can see Echoes and residue of people and objects up to 1 week after they were in a location.
Example: A man enters a room and picks up a lamp. He than takes this lamp and strikes down his roommate. The roommate dead,
the man places the lamp back and exits the room.
With Echo sight, our Detective can enter the room at a later day, and visually see everything that has happened in that room
in the past 6-7 days. He can see the original man walk in, grab the lamp, and proceed to strike the roommate.
As we and objects move, and life goes on, everything leaves behind a trace or Echo of it's being there. This goes for
EVERYTHING on the planet EXCEPT for air, sound and "certain" materials (which will be revealed later).
As time passes this echo slowly fades as it decays into the air. The windier an area the quicker the Echo fades.
Because of this principle the stren
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