Saturday, July 19, 2014

Reid Stories: Avengers Fight Scene and VECTO Chapter 2.1

Here is a scene from the Avengers movie:



"The Avengers is a team of superheroes, appearing in comic books published by Marvel Comics. The team made its debut in The Avengers #1 (Sept. 1963), created by writer-editor Stan Lee and artist/co-plotter Jack Kirby, following the trend of super-hero teams after the success of DC Comics' Justice League of America.[1]" - Wikipedia

Here's where you can buy the digital movie: Marvel's The Avengers.

And here's my VECTO scene of the week:

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Reid Stories: CheatNotes Summary of VECTO Chapter 1

VECTO book cover by Rafael Fitzgerald
Here's the CheatNotes summary version of chapter one of my VECTO story:

Botland stands at the center of a dark hallway and cuts through a monochrome metallic door using a laser from his finger. He has a red powersuit with a black stripe down the sides and is the leader of two others. One is Crysilis, a fully clad cybernetic-armored entity who has a blockish helmet with a light-blue visor and transmitters that can retreat into the helmet. He has no visible weapon. The other is Streamline, a fully-armored ex-commander who has medals and insignias on his battle-worn, blood-stained, plated armor. He carries a disrupter gun and Omega Blaster Rifle. The three are trying to track down Morphaal and kill him for good.

It's revealed that they are cutting through the door of a room filled with New Earth Police. The officers grab weapons from the blue wall, make a barricade with five-foot-tall energy shields and wait for the intruders. When the three-inch-thick cut-out crashes and the leader enters but doesn't surrender, the police officers unleash Ira bullets at him. The smoke clears, but Botland stands there, covered with black bullets. He scoops a pile of bullets stuck to his suit and crushes them into powder, then dusts himself off.

Although the leader doesn't attack back, Streamline fires a stream of energy at the front line of police officers while the officers flip the nozzles of their rifles around for pulse power and shoots laserlike blasts at him. Streamline dodges the blasts and beats the officers with the blunt end of his rifle. Crysilis zips by them in a blue blur and takes them out. Botland walks toward the commander, named Sable, who can't believe that nearly 50 officers were taken out so easily. Sable wears a black and gold military uniform and has brown eyes.

The red-suited figure rushes to him and jacks him up by the throat against a wall, demanding to know the whereabouts of Morphaal. He accuses Sable, who is the father of Phantom, of betraying his son and "all life." Although Sable says he doesn't know where Morphaal is, when the figure raises his index finger to eye level, Sable tells him that there are rumors that Morphaal plans to go to a hidden planet called Zendora. The red-suited leader recalls that the planet is the one that Phantom was born and raised at but one that he and Sable couldn't find again.

Sable comments that only top officials and the Alpha Squad know about that planet, then assumes that they must be the new Alpha Squad. He tells Botland that the A.S. came from the SS5 organization, which he formed and which Phantom, Gyro, and Vecto were members of. The figure denies that he was a member of the SS5, and Sable sees the insignia on his chest which looked like a "V" with three wavy lines crossing it. He realizes that the red-suited figure is Vecto Botland but is confused because Vecto is supposed to be a robot.

Vecto accuses Sable of helping to bring back Morphaal, asks what Morphaal wants with that planet, and threatens him by saying his Force Field Shields can suck the carbon atoms from his body. The wall splits apart to reveal a mirrored room with soldiers in a group called the SS6 Formation. They have the latest in technology and weaponry, are trained in all forms of combat, are fused with DNA Matrix 1.2, and have their own specialization of attacks, techniques, and weapons. Sable offers to tell Vecto what he knows if Vecto can beat them. Vecto agrees and is sealed in the room with them. His body, which is a holographic image of a red suit over a shield in the shape of a human, flickers as coded information scrolls down his body. The shield becomes translucent and reveals a robotic orb surrounded by floating weapons. The soldiers are shocked as Vecto resumes the body image and attacks.

He blasts rapid pulse-beams and bullets through his palms, shoots missiles from his back, catapults cannons from his chest, slings blades from his arms, and uses triangle bombs. He forms a cylinder gun over his arm and blasts Zero Point Energy. A soldier changes the room to zero gravity. The soldiers use a variety of weapons such as guns, swords, a staff, pulse-saber, and cybernetic parts.

Vecto shoves Air-to-Ice down a soldier's throat, uses Flame Boosters in a warrior's face, and slices a extended energized electro-sword, grav-sword, and pulse-saber through his image of a fake body before using them against a foe. When a soldier wraps a wire around Vecto that grows, a knife made of tyrannium (which Vecto boasts can cut through anything) comes from his head and cut the wires. Other weapons Vecto uses includes tiny-but-powerful Toe Missiles from his feet, Vecto Bombs, acid bombs, hydro-bombs, electro-bombs, and napalm stingers. The gravity converts and they fight on the ceiling.

During the course of the fight, Vecto does many things with his shields: He pushes a soldier away, catches a sword with his head and snaps it in half, shoots a piece of the shield inside someone before expanding it, lets an arm enter the shield before solidifying and slicing the arm off, and sucks the carbon from the air and their lunges, suffocating the rest. His shields feed off carbon.

For the last soldier, he fires a three-foot-long nuclear warhead called the Alpha Delta Flint. The heavily reinforced room survives the blast and Vecto opens the door as anti-radiation gases blanket the room. Sable is shocked that his soldiers are dead and punches Vecto in the back, but Vecto twists his arm and breaks it. Crysilis chastises Vecto for killing them. The New Earth Police were only knocked unconsciousness, have mufflers on their mouths, and were tied up in a corner by Streamline. Crysilis says that ever since Gyro died, Vecto has lost his morality.

Sable tells Vecto to talk to his brother Azmeck to find Zendora. He says that Morphaal has the location of the planet and plans to conquer it and make it his headquarters. He reveals that Morphaal was on the planet when he, his son Phantom, and his brother Azmeck crashed on it. They left Zendora 20 years ago by boarding Morphaal's ship.

Vecto, Crysilis and Streamline then leave, and Sable vows that Vecto will get what he deserves.

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Reid Stories: Xenogears Cut Scene and VECTO Chapter 1.8

Here's a cut scene for Xenogears for the PlayStation One (it was my favorite game until Xenoblade came out):



"Xenogears (ゼノギアス Zenogiasu?) is a science-fiction role-playing video game developed and published by Squaresoft (now Square Enix) for Sony's PlayStation. It was released on February 11, 1998 in Japan and on October 20, 1998 in North America. The game was never released in PAL territories. It was re-released by Squaresoft as a Greatest Hits title in 2003, and on the PlayStation Network on June 25, 2008 in Japan and on February 22, 2011 in North America." - Wikipedia

Here's where you can find the game: Xenogears - PlayStation.

And here's my VECTO scene of the week:

Saturday, July 5, 2014

Reid Stories: FFVII Battle Scene and VECTO Chapter 1.7

Here's a battle scene from Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core:



"Final Fantasy VII (ファイナルファンタジーVII Fainaru Fantajī Sebun?, i.e. Final Fantasy Seven, stylized as FINAL FANTASY VII) is a role-playing video game developed by Square (now Square Enix) as the seventh installment in the Final Fantasy series. It was released in 1997 for the Sony PlayStation, in 1998 for Microsoft Windows-based personal computers, in 2009 on the PlayStation Network, in 2012 on PC Digital Download, and in 2013 on Steam. The game is the first in the series to use 3D computer graphics, featuring fully rendered characters on pre-rendered backgrounds, and was the first game in the main series to be released in Europe." - Wikipedia

Here's where you can buy the Final Fantasy VII game for the PC: Final Fantasy VII  [Online Game Code].

And here's my VECTO scene of the week:

Saturday, June 28, 2014

Reid Stories: Tron Disc Battle and VECTO Chapter 1.6

Here's a disc battle from Tron: Legacy:



"The Tron franchise began in 1982 with the Walt Disney Pictures film Tron.[1] It was followed by various film tie-ins, a comic series and the 2010 sequel Tron: Legacy. More sequels are planned,[2] and a television series premiered on Disney XD in June 2012.[3] TRON also existed as the TRON command in the early versions of the computer programming language BASIC. TRON stood for TRace ON, which prompted the program to print or display line numbers for each command line of a program as it ran, in order to assist in the debugging of the program. In the TRON movie, TRON became a character who worked in programs to defeat evil elements trying to subvert the program." - Wikipedia

Here's where you can buy the digital movie: Tron: Legacy.

And here's my VECTO scene of the week:

Saturday, June 21, 2014

Reid Stories: Zone of the Enders Remix and VECTO Chapter 1.5

Here's a remix video for Zone of the Enders HD Collection for the PS3:



"Zone of the Enders (ゾーン オブ エンダーズ Zōn obu Endāzu?), commonly referred to by the acronym Z.O.E., is a video game franchise created by Hideo Kojima and the video game publisher Konami, and expanded on by the animation studio Sunrise. The original Zone of the Enders was developed for the launch of the PlayStation 2, which has so far spawned a sequel, a Game Boy Advance side-story, an OVA movie, and a twenty-six episode anime series." - Wikipedia

Here's where you can buy the second game in the series for the PS2 (my favorite one): Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner.

And here's my VECTO scene of the week:

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Reid Prizes: Caption This to Win Free Vecto T-shirt

Caption this for a chance to win a T-shirt.
Want to win a free Vecto T-shirt? It's easy. Just caption this image by artist Rafael Fitzgerald. I created this contest to thank readers of my VECTO story for helping the story reach more than 1,000 reads on Wattpad. If you don't know who Vecto is, he is a robot from the book of the same name that I'm working on. You may have a better chance to win if you have read the story first. You can read the story on my Wattpad page here.

After I receive captions from 50 people from my blog, Twitter, and/or Wattpad account, I will announce a final deadline and declare the winner. I settled on a minimum of 50 people so I will receive a good variety of captions to choose from and to encourage you to tell your friends. The caption can be almost anything: funny, serious, or even use a quote from the story. Keep it short and don't use curse words or say anything inappropriate. You may submit up to five captions.

Here's how to submit your caption:

Blog user
Simply comment below and make sure you receive notifications so you will know when I respond.

Twitter user
Tweet me @ReidKemper with your caption followed by the hashtag #FreeVectoShirt for a chance to win.

Wattpad user
Go to "VECTO Contests" in my "works" section and comment with your caption on the T-shirt contest page.

When the contest ends, I will pick my favorite caption. If you win, I will ask you to privately send me your gender, shirt size and address so I can mail the T-shirt. Due to shipping costs, I'll only mail to the contiguous United States area (48 adjoining states). If I tell you that you won, you can use my "Contact Me" page on this blog or private message me on Twitter or Wattpad. You have the option of including the caption on the shirt or not. It will be a basic white T-shirt with the image printed on the front. You may decline the gift if for some reason you don't want it. After I announce the winner and try to reach you, if I don't receive a response with a gender, shirt size and address (which is needed to order the T-shirt) within 30 days, the prize will be forfeited, but you will still be considered the winner.

Have fun!
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