WARNING!!! MAJOR SPOILERS FOLLOW!!!
Okay, after finding the previous hidden plot of the villians somewhat unbelievible, we came up with a new idea. Instead of Connie being the one behind the plot, it is a new character known as Kage Xaviour, a scientist for Tipton industries. He wants to bring down Tipton Industries so his own company can have a chance to compete. To do this, he plans to kill Wilfred and London which will break Tipton industries apart. However, Wilfred survives his initial attack and flees to a secret location they don't know, so they capture London hoping to get the information out of her.
This gets us to where we are now, where things will procede how we've thought for the next few chapters, but I have a couple ideas for later on with how Kage will appear.8/25/2010 #1 Report
Nice change in the villain's identity, Tiger. I like where you're going with this and it still fits plausibly into the time frame for the story. We should definitely talk about this more as a group and start brainstorming : )9/23/2010 #2 Report
Glad you like that idea, I thought having it be an oc would be more believable. I agree with more brainstorming, considering we don't have too much planned after the current chapter.9/28/2010 #3 Report
Hellooo, my fellow ASP writers. I'm sorry that I've been MIA with this collaboration these past few months. Since Tiger and MOF might not be able to contribute too much to the upcoming chapters, I think us remaining authors should start using this forum more often to bounce ideas off each other. And we also need to decide on where we want the story to end and whether we're going to keep some elements of the old ideas we brainstormed nearly a year ago with the new backstory since Connie's no longer the mastermind villain. If anyone wants to PM me directly about story ideas, that's fine too. Just hit me up and we can start the ball rolling :)2/4/2011 #4 Report
While I won't be able to help much with writing, I'll keep an eye out on the forum to see what I can come up with to help with ideas.2/6/2011 #5 Report