Wednesday, August 22, 2012

TribeTwelve: Revamped

Guys, I have a confession to make. Ever since I had come up with the TribeTwelve series finale several months ago, I've been slowly realizing that although it was an awesome idea for an ending, it had also been somewhat weak and plot-holey. Fortunately, last night, my friend Will and I had a random brainstorming session. We stayed up till 5am bouncing thoughts off of each other and eventually came up with several complex ideas along with a slightly altered and extended ending to the series. In order to accompany these vital ideas in snugly, a few things had to be changed, but these small changes make a world of a difference in the grand scheme of the series. In the end, our brainstorming session helped create some fantastic concepts that filled the gaping plot holes that we had addressed, making the overly ambiguous mysteries have more depth, meaning, and giving a much more coherent and intelligent twist to the story. The ending in particular has been drastically improved; think of the initial ending as a birthday cake, and think of the new ending as a wedding cake. At the end of the night, we reread the notepad that we had written our ideas on and went all giddy at how beautiful everything came together. What we have created is a magnificent triumph of non-linear continuity, logical concept, and abstract thought, and if you can comprehend what we have done when we pull all this off, feel free to shed a tear. The final product will be a beautiful thing, and I can not wait to share it with you all. ♥


  1. Oh gracious! This sounds absolutely wonderful!

  2. this is great news, but it is also, of course, really sad. Does there have to be an end? Sure. I simply hope it means that Adam, you'll move on to bigger and better things that you will also be good enough to share with us. Thanks, sincerely, fot TT, can't wait to see how it all comes together.
    - Manhattan Man

  3. Just put in more time traveling. That's all that "lost" did (rofl). I really enjoyed reading about the brainstorming session