Phil the Valiant
09-04-2008, 02:17 AM
Script-writers needed for GTS Quadrology. They need to have a good sense of English Literacy, able to come up with good dialogue and stick to plot given by creator [Me].
Please respond if you are interested!
Phil the Valiant
09-04-2008, 09:25 PM
GTS stands for 'Giantess'. [filler]
Phil the Valiant
09-15-2008, 11:46 PM
Please, I really need some help. Aren't there any other people kind enough to help me? :-|
09-16-2008, 01:31 AM
Could you describe the project in greater detail? Are you planning a radioplay, a fandub, an original flash animation? Are there any established characters or plots? What format will this be, and in how many installments?
Phil the Valiant
09-16-2008, 06:28 PM
Sure thing. The GTS Quadrology is a radioplay in four parts, documenting the creation of Subspace (seen in the Smash Bros. Brawl game) and setting things up for its sequel (in its planning stages as of writing), The Cartoon Subspace Emissary. It will be released in MP3 format. The four titles are as follows:
1. The first part, "The Five Dimension Heroes", introduces the narrator, Phil the Valiant, who is one of the Legendary Ten Embodiments. Four of the Embodiments are actually the Four Holy Beasts from the Digimon franchise, and two are characters from the rare British TV series, "The Dreamstone". Phil and his mortal rival, Metal Philip, are both autistic, yet Metal Philip wrongly believes autism is a curse and wishes to annihilate it. Each of the parts has a leading role in the form of a giantess, in this part 'Nazzilla', a giant form of Nazz from the Cartoon Network series, "Ed, Edd 'n' Eddy". In this story, Metal Philip, a robotic Embodiment of Evil with a negative attitude and beliefs towards autism, awakens 'Mandyzilla' (a giant form of Mandy from the Cartoon Network series, "The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy", the so-called 'Embodiment of Greed', and uses the Absoprtion of Dimensions to set her free. Five heroes from five Dimensions are plucked and sent to the Real World, but one of them, the Doctor manages to set himself free. He teams up with Truro and RustyF, two humans, along with two Embodiments, Phil and Nazzilla, to stop the X-Antibodied invasion and the dark-hearted giantess. This part has already been scripted.
2. The second part, "Gwenzilla: Battle With the Daleks", introduces the fact that the last battle has created shockwaves in other Dimensions. The Absorption of Dimensions has allowed one Digimon, Chaosmon, to escape from the famous (and topical) particle accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider, and create Subspace. Teaming up with a band of enemies known as the Daleks, he aims to find the Doctor in order to use his TARDIS to develop Subspace even more. However, this is set in a parallel world of the past, where we never had a world war, and peace has reigned. In the year 1998, however, a giantess from another Dimension arises: 'Gwenzilla', a giant form of Gwen from the Cartoon Network show 'Ben 10'. She is on a task from her leader: to stop the Daleks from conquering the parallel world via Chaosmon and Subspace. However, the Daleks have a surprise for her: they have been involved secretly with carrying out vital tasks that occured during the Doctor's many encounters with them! This part is currently in its scripting stages.
3. The third part, "Attack of the Giant Rich Kids", introduces a battle Phil the Valiant had taken part in before the Quadrology occured: the Takeover of Alton Towers (a famous theme park in the United Kingdom). This was an act of vengeance by Metal Philip, where it was resurrected by a Time Lord known as the Master (Metal Philip was defeated by Phil before the event began) and grew various girls to gigantic sizes. During this time, it evolved into a spherical robot named Neo Philip. However, the giantesses mutineed Neo Philip and left to create a new Dimension, 'Zenith'. This part is set a year after the battle, when two giantesses, 'Trixiezilla' and 'Veronicazilla' (giant forms of Trixie Tang and Veronica Star from the Nickelodeon show "The Fairly OddParents!") emerge from the sea and begin a powerful vengeful rampage. This part also tells us that the spirit of Neo Philip wishes to travel to the Astral Plains, a spiritual realm where someone knows of a prophecy concerning Subspace. This someone will only tell Neo Philip the prophecy if it brings two gigantic power sources to the realm. Another battle begins! This part is in need of scripting, so if you wish to script this part, please respond and I'll PM you the complete plotline.
4. The final part, "Ultimate Chaos" re-introduces us to Mandyzilla, who was cast into space at the end of the first part. She lands in a Dalek Base, where she stands trial for betraying Metal Philip and the Daleks. However, Chaosmon, who was thought to be destroyed in the second part, wishes to Digivolve again (he did so in the second part, only to be destroyed by Gwenzilla). He bargains a compromise with Mandyzilla: the planet orbiting the Base, 'Malco', is creating a giantess ('Frankiezilla', a giant form of Frankie Foster from the Cartoon Network show, "Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends") that would assist Nazzilla in the total destruction of Evil. Fearing that Subspace would be destroyed shortly before it is fully developed, Chaosmon asks Mandyzilla to destroy the planet. The chaos created would fuel Chaosmon's chance to Digivolve again. Meanwhile, Gwenzilla, Trixiezilla and Veronicazilla also appear on the planet due to the Subspace prophecy told in the third part. This leads to an all-out brawl between giantesses and enemies. At the end, though, Phil tells us that it's all too late, and that the Subspace Army is about to attack, leading onto the next audio drama I'm working on, "The Cartoon Subspace Emissary". Again, this part is in need of scripting, so if you wish to script this part, please respond and I'll PM you the complete plotline.
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