Here is some things I want to say. First off, here's a prayer for my friend , as he's been having a bunch of health issues of late. Please send him some good vibes and a large amount of luck his way.
I've been working of some various Behemoth concepts of late, which I want to refine before I post them online (which probably be in my Scraps). Nothing definite as of now, but they are starting to take shape.
Since my last journal said I was thinking about this idea, I have decided to go with the energized roar attack for Leonydas. While I'm still trying to visualized how it will look, I really like the concept, so why should I change that concept.
With that said, I am sharing this post I made on Facebook about a new direction I might be going with the Behemoth Chronicles:
Here's another concept I have going for The Behemoth Chronicles (my kaijuverse's title), that I am very seriously considering, and I would really like to get a feedback to see if I am going in the right direction. Personally, I think this idea is a pretty cool concept and would be a nice twist on the old "man vs. nature" story that a majority of kaiju stories use.
Anyway, my idea is actually based on the original plot, from what I've heard, of Pacific Rim when the kaiju were sentient beings that started invaded our world themselves instead of being a byproduct of a inter-dimensional invader species. My concept is that these scientists decide to work on a device to view other dimensions. However, something happens, and the device causes the dimensional walls between our world and a parallel world that is inhabited by giant monsters.to rip. Some of the monsters feel these rips and breach into our world, causing mass destruction. Soon, more and more monsters start to enter these rips.
Some of the monsters, however, seem to fight the other monsters, while others are either not destructive and prefer to be left alone, while others seem to enjoy the devastation that they cause. My main Behemoth, Leonydas, is a noble warrior who came to stop these happenings, but ends up being caught on Earth (for the first "season" anyway). He joins forces with the human race to stop the more evil Behemoths from destroying both worlds.
So, how is it sounding you guys? As I said, I am really liking this idea myself, and I might go ahead and use it. I'm just looking for some feedback.
I think if I did this way, I might actually, finally, get to writing about things. We can only hope, right? If I stick with my guns, I think this would work out very well.
Anyway, I better be heading to bed soon.