Replying to: Here are the rules:
1. The story continuation that is the best is the one that wins.
2. Feel no limitations in writing one.
3. Hurry, or else the character might die.
Why do I mention rules such as these? Because you'll need them. You'll need them a lot.
You woke up one morning with a terrible headache. Feeling the back of your head, you find a bump about the size of your fist. It takes a small while, when suddenly you realize something... you have absolutely no memory.
Of course, you don't immediately panic. You don't, after all, remember having a memory!
The only thing that worries you is an intense feeling of something missing. Something's missing. You know you have no memory, but you don't know quite what memory is. You feel something very deep is missing, something which you've had for your whole life... all of a sudden it occurs to you. You don't know how old you are.
Of all the random memory shocks you could have, that one was it. You don't know how old you are. You look at your hands, discovering them thick and calloused, burned too. You look at your legs and discover that your clothes are full of burn marks. They're tattered and ripped, pressing against places in your chest which you immediately know are burn marks. Wow, you're a wreck.
You finally take time to examine your surroundings, finding that you're in the middle of a sort of forest. No, not a forest. A small frock of trees, maybe?
The grass was lush and dark green, gorging in the bright sun overhead; a sun which illuminated blue skies and colorful birds. You turned around and saw a lake about fifty feet away.
No, not a lake. A pond.
A few ducks skimmed over the pond, flying away as a small flock of geese descended into the small waterway. Of course, now you were confused. You had woken up, memory gone, and you were in the middle of a paradise. What next?
Of course you shouldn't have asked that. Immediately after the thought passed your mind, you heard a shout. Before you knew it, six people were running towards you, brandishing all sorts of unsavory weapons. You could run, you guess. But there's a pond behind you, possible blocking a safe escape... What to do?
Of course, our character has to do something, but just what should he do? Write a story continuation, and if it has good qualities, I'll post it as the second part of this story.
Posted by:88Light88on03.02.13 1:42 PM
RE: If You Lost Your Memory... What Would You Do Next?
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