(kinda spoilers) There's an extremely brief - maybe a paragraph long - section containing strangling, drowning, and blood that comes essentially out of nowhere and is gone as quickly as it appears.
Orchid and Astrid go to the beach. (2020)
People kind of vaguely mention sex and genitals, but there's no Actual explicit content.
The Hell College Media Club discusses an unusual internet thread, eager to turn it into their next front page hit. (2019)
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Brought to her limit, a healer risks everything to bring a word of warning to a great dragon. She hopes to speak with her last breaths. (2018)
- Many books involve death and/or body horror, particularly those revolving around Istra and their true form.
- Analysis of Estralian Culture contains a brief sexual conversation which is mostly about comically mishearing something rather than anything explicit.
- I'm 99% Sure I Boned God naturally talks about sex, but there's not actually any explicit content beyond saying "yep, this person had a lot of sex."
- Entirety Theory may cause discomfort if you have issues with derealization or existentialism.
A collection of brief books written for an RP thread about a suspicious library. Contains a lot of lore and worldbuilding stuff! (2016-ongoing)
What Dicro had just done was impossible. Spades wanted Opine gone just as much as he did, but you can't kill one of Them. And yet, here they were, stumbling through a strange new world where even the highest of beings sleep with one eye open... (2018)
Due to the nature of Hell College, there's a lot of injury and death about. None of it is terribly gristly, though, and any particularly detailed content will be appropriately warned.
Pleroma in Blue is a fairly blunt view into the mind of an all-devouring monster who struggles with their impulses and fixation on a solitary person they know nothing about. There are a lot of sexual allusions and Some Stuff will definitely happen at least off-screen. The narrative is extremely up-front about Istra's feelings and their often negative feelings toward those feelings. It's an uncomfortable psychoanalysis of a really weird, terrified character who's struggling to find their identity, find their place in life, and become a healthy and satisfied person.
Again, anything explicit (probably not much happening on that front) will be appropriately warned for. The maturity rating might get bumped up if violence/sexuality starts coming up enough to warrant it, but for the time being I think things are fine as-is!
In another Entirety, instead of being a spoiled world-devourer with a god complex Istra has limited memories and no connections. Living more like a beast than a person, their world is turned upside down when they meet Dicro. They feel a connection to him, equally desiring to be near him and devour him. Now unsure of their place in the world and afraid of the impulses within them, they brave Hell College's campus in search of answers: about Dicro, about themself, and about what comes next. (2018)
This story contains quite a bit of body horror and gore, including eye trauma. There are also a few allusions to Dicro's... questionable private activities and tastes.
A newly-hired maid at Maple Manor is found dead on the night of an important banquet for Hell College faculty. Not wanting to disrupt the festivities or worry the other maids, Ignis sends Dicro and Nette out to find the murderer before anyone else is killed. Things go... well, definitely in a direction, that's for sure. (2018)
There's no actual sexual content in this story, but the characters talk openly enough and frequently enough about their sex lives thanks to the cards that I'd rather not leave the story readable to minors!
But yeah be aware, this one contains even more sex talk than The Voting Game!
“What does Guy Fieri have to do with your sex life?” (2017)
There's no actual sexual content, but the characters do speak briefly and vaguely about their sex lives since some of the cards are NSFW!
The notorious Hell College Carpool, led by the most feared professor on campus... meets up at a pizza place to play a party game? Okay, sure. (2017)
The very beginning contains some gore, but everything beyond the second paragraph is fine!
The space between Entireties, between possibilities, between time and space and feeling - it wasn't a place meant to be traversed. But he was here for a purpose, albeit one that weighed heavy. (2016)
Contains loads of alcohol, some blood, and mild body horror toward the end.
Dicro decides to help Ignis Phasmatis, Lord of Torment, grade some homework. Ignis decides to get Dicro wasted. Hilarity ensues. Also, regret. (2015)
After a stressful incident, Orange gets sent on a harmless and relaxing mission. He ends up having a chat with his most unusual co-worker: Chiro Shiroiro, an individual who is perpetually experiencing every iteration of themselves throughout every Entirety at once. Needless to say, things get a little strange. (2015)
Nothing is literal, but there are a lot of descriptions that bring to mind gore and insects. It's... kinda hard to describe since it's all really abstract, but be wary.
Reeling from the completion of a difficult task, Dicro takes the time to think about things. Or, well, he tries to. It's hard to focus when most of your soul is gone. (2015)
A new set of Marionettistes - unaware of their nature - arrive in another world for orientation. Meanwhile, the woman who summoned them voices her concerns to a subordinate. But this is some super old unfinished stuff from early 2010 so none of this is even canon anymore! Emera in particular is, like... the opposite of her current personality lmao
Subconscious travel logs often contain at least light gore alongside frequent body horror, so be aware of that! Dicro takes it all in stride, at least.
An ongoing collection of short stories about Dicro's various adventures throughout the subconscious plane.
NaNoWriMo project for 2014 that's so unfinished I never really even finished the first chapter. The story of eight beings from across Entirety who wake up on a mysterious, luxurious planet where they are the only inhabitants. Their only clues come from the cell phones they all woke up with, and even those clues don't help them much. Worse, it turns out one of them - Istra - is slowly being overtaken by some sort of infection that might just be the end of them... (also istra is really out of character and it's wild)
My second attempt at writing SYOL from 2013. Orange's family is dead, most of his limbs are gone, and the future would've been unpleasant for him even if he was whole and not alone. So, he figures, might as well team up with that evil overlord that just invaded.
The cast of SYOL decides to play a game of Mafia. What could possibly go wrong?? This is from 2013 but aside from various pronouns and personalities being outdated it's entirely canon and has had RP ramifications. It's great.
My first attempt at writing SYOL for NaNoWriMo 2012. An anxious but eager-to-please young adult known only as "Orange" applies for a job. Under the evil overlord who conquered his planet.