Time Bubble Interview With John Al’Forge

This week I interviewed John from the Rebellion on Aquore and we discussed why getting the guns was so important for the rebellion, and why things turned out the way that they did for the rebels. If you have a character from the next chapter of the Super Morpher, leave it in a comment down below and like this video if you want to see more like it. I don’t think I’ll be able to get a chapter up on Monday morning, but I’m going to try for either Tuesday or Monday night, so look for part one of the next chapter of the Super Morpher. I’m sorry that this is getting up so late on Sunday, but it was a busy weekend for me and this was my first chance to get it recorded and online.

Rebellion on Aquore, Chapter 9: A Change in Plans

Tarren huddled against the side of one of the stalls in the marketplace, hiding in the shadow that it cast. He silently watched a group of Enforcer soldiers march through the marketplace. An Enforcer started to raise his hand, and Tarren’s body tensed and he prepared himself to run, but he relaxed when he saw the Enforcer use that hand to cover up a yawn. The Enforcer stopped, and leaned against one of the stalls. “I’ve been on duty for fourteen hours straight, can we just settle down and take a bit of a break?” Continue reading

Rebellion on Aquore, Chapter 9: A Change in Plans Part 3

The rebels kept running until they had made their way to Obediah’s house. John pounded on the door until a very sleepy looking Obediah answered the door. “What’s going on, John?”

John forced his way into the house past Obediah and said, “I’ll explain everything once we’re all inside.”

Obediah moved aside and allowed the rebels in, though he eyed the firearms that they carried with interest. Once the last rebel had made it down to the basement, Obediah gave John a stern look. “I believe you promised me an explanation. Why do those men have guns, John? Did something go wrong with the attack at the mining site?” Continue reading

Rebellion on Aquore, Chapter 9: A Change in Plans

Tarren watched the rebels talking softly amongst themselves in the alley below him. John had spread the word that they were changing targets, and from what Tarren could hear, they weren’t too pleased with it. Tarren had been waiting on the rooftop for the last hour, watching for any sign that Frederick was there again and waiting for him to try another sneak attack, but he had jumped out the only window on the upper floor where the office was the night before, and they had boarded that up, making it impossible to tell if there was anyone still inside or not. Continue reading

Rebellion on Aquore, Chapter 9: A Change in Plans Part 1

Tarren huddled against the side of one of the stalls in the marketplace, hiding in the shadow that it cast. He silently watched a group of Enforcer soldiers march through the marketplace. An Enforcer started to raise his hand, and Tarren’s body tensed and he prepared himself to run, but he relaxed when he saw the Enforcer use that hand to cover up a yawn. The Enforcer stopped, and leaned against one of the stalls. “I’ve been on duty for fourteen hours straight, can we just settle down and take a bit of a break?” Continue reading

Weekend Review of The Super Morpher for October 18th

This week on the Weekend Review I go over what happened in chapter 8 of the Rebellion on Aquore, which went up on my blog last week. If you missed it, you can go and find the complete chapter on my archives page. I also gave a summary of all the important events that helped to lead up to next week’s chapter of the Super Morpher. If you have any questions for me you can leave them in a comment and I promise to answer them in an upcoming video.

Time Bubble Interview with Martha Garret from Rebellion on Aquore

This week I asked Martha Garret to be my guest on the Time Bubble Interviews, and she shares her thoughts on Tarren, the situation on Aquore, and Mr. Frederick’s role in the community. I’m sure it’s filled with lots of surprises that you won’t want to miss. Don’t forget, if you have a character you would like me to interview from next week’s chapter of the Super Morpher, leave it in a comment down below.

Rebellion on Aquore, Chapter 8: Debts and Betrayals

Jonathan pulled the front door to Daley Devices Inc. open and walked inside. He nervously smoothed down the front of his black suit and approached the front desk. He had never done any undercover work before, and he hoped that he would be believable. At least the most important part of his cover, the fact that he was upset with the senators in the Pedestal, was true. That should make it easier for his story to be believable.

The receptionist looked up from her computer and smiled at Jonathan. “Welcome to Daley Devices Inc. How can I help you?”

Jonathan cleared his throat. “I heard about the recent attack on one of your mining sites, and I was wondering if you were hiring any more security guards on at this time?” Continue reading

Rebellion on Aquore, Chapter 8: Debts and Betrayal Part 3

Tarren pushed a broom through the sanctuary that was empty except for him and Pastor Gary. Pastor Gary looked up from the bulletins that had been left on the floor and said, “How are you doing, Tarren?”

Tarren shook his head. “Not so good, Pastor. How could anyone be good with everything that’s going on? The Enforcers are being more brutal than they ever have before. They don’t need much of an excuse to beat on you and drag you off to the dungeons, everything costs at least three times as much as it did two weeks ago, and then there are all those attacks by the Masked Man! This planet is decaying around us, and we’ll be lucky if we survive any of it.” Continue reading

Rebellion on Aquore, Chapter 8: Debts and Betrayal Part 2

Tarren walked through the crowded streets of Hope’s Landing toward Frederick’s office. The market place was filled with cries for help and assistance instead of the cries of marketers trying to sell their goods. Tarren flinched at each of their calls, knowing that it was because of him that things were like this. He silently whispered for them to hold on, that he was going to make things better than they were before, they just needed to hold on a little longer.

Tarren’s eyes rested on a woman in dirt streaked clothing crying for help surrounded by a defeated looking man and children. Horror filled Tarren’s face once he recognized her; this was Martha Garrets, the woman that he had been sent to collect from last week. He tried to make his way past her, but she saw him and shouted out, “Run, you coward! You didn’t want to get your hands dirty, so you gave us false hope and sent your bullies to come and take everything from us!” Continue reading