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Galactic Dangerous Razor Wars: An Auto-Generated Plot

Whilst goofing around on the innernets, I found a page that allowed me to enter in a number of key words and generate a story outline. As such, I present you with:

Galactic Dangerous Razor Wars
– a science fiction novel

by Stephen Knight

A long, long time ago in a dangerous, dangerous galaxy…

After leaving the ravaged planet Earth, a group of people fly toward a distant speck. The speck gradually resolves into a dirty space base.

Civil war strikes the galaxy, which is ruled by The Law, a snooty fairy capable of lust and even violence.

Terrified, an idyllic pixie known as Leona Eklund flees the Empire, with her protector, Scott Mulligan.

They head for Shanghai on the planet Klendathu. When they finally arrive, a fight breaks out. Mulligan uses his dangerous razor to defend Leona.

Mulligan and Pixie Leona decide it’s time to leave Klendathu and steal a SCEV to shoot their way out.

They encounter a tribe of old folk. Mulligan is attacked and the pixie is captured by the old folk and taken back to Shanghai.

Mulligan must fight to save Pixie Leona but when he accidentally unearths a violent sandwich, the entire future of the dangerous, ravaged galaxy is at stake.

It even gives reviews!

Praise for Galactic Dangerous Razor Wars

“I really, really, really hope that Mulligan saves Pixie Leona because I love this story soooooo much!”
– The Daily Tale

“A snooty fairy, a tribe of old folk and an idyllic pixie – haven’t we seen this before somewhere?”
– Enid Kibbler

I think this could work, with some help! Well…maybe not, but the violent sandwich part has potential.

All right, back to work for me…

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  1. Pete Lentini
    August 20, 2014 at 3:52 pm

    Great way to write if you can’t:

    Death by Gun – a crime thriller

    by Mr Magent

    Mangled moles have been turning up all over Germany and the inhabitants are scared. Ten murders in ten weeks, all committed with a gun, and still nobody has a clue who the clumsy killer is.

    Jack Quigle Bloggs is a muscular and thoughtful Head of Security with a fondness for bird watching. He doesn’t know it yet but he is the only one who can stop the thoughtless killer.

    When his Employer, Tommy Shannon, is kidnapped, Jack Bloggs finds himself thrown into the centre of the investigation. His only clue is a warped banana.

    He enlists the help of a remarkable maintenance man called Stellto .

    Can help Bloggs overcome his liquor addiction and find the answers before the deranged killer and his deadly gun strike again?

    Praise for Death by Gun

    “Jack Bloggs is the best detective ever. A passion for bird watching and liquor is something we all can relate to.”

    – The Daily Tale

    “About as scary as a minute ant, but Death by Gun does deliver an important message about the dangers of a gun.”

    – Enid Kibbler

    “As always, a remarkable maintenance man makes the best sidekick.”

    – Hit the Spoof

    “I could do better.”

    – Zob Gloop

    • August 20, 2014 at 4:18 pm

      Wow, warped banana! There’s a joke in there somewhere! 😀

      • Pete Lentini
        September 8, 2014 at 8:38 am

        Could have been a zombie virus infected banana, which was the cause of the zombie apocalypse.

  2. August 22, 2014 at 11:49 am

    OK, I’m blind this morning. Where’s the link?

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