I often find that when I draw/write/compose, my brain wants to go everywhere, all at the same time. Here on dA, I think it's apparent, just by the sheer number of characters I create, most of which are hardly ever heard of again. I'm trying to correct that. Strangely, this means a lot of paperwork for me - writing down pros and cons for an idea, listing characters, characteristics, powers, enhancements, personalities, flaws and the such - but hopefully it'll also mean a more structured and comprehensive universe in which my characters can evolve properly.
So far, I've reworked part of the general story for Glenmetropolis, which is actually pretty simple - two rival Villain factions are tearing the city apart in their war for control. Opposing parties include the Department of Insidious Evil (DIE), A. S. Phyxia's criminal organization, and the Unforgiving, Chessmaster's faction. The DIE focus on financial growth (the illegal kind of course) to run the city and force the citizens into servitude, while the Unforgiving aim to spread mayhem, chaos and destruction with no regards to the lives lost in the process. For years, Phyxia and the Chessmaster had a truce, balancing terror and wealth, but a faithful event will shatter their fragile agreement.
The Heroes of the city also belong to different clicks, the most reknowned being the First Line Of Organized Defense (F.L.O.O.D.), but they aren't divided as the Villains are. In fact, most Heroes who stumble upon another will offer their help. Of course, there are some dissenting opinions between Heroes, but they rarely evolve in a feud, much less an all-out war.
So far, we've got:
Department of Insidious Evil
Ashley Suzan Phyxia [A. S. Phyxia] (changed her first name to something more pronounceable in English, too. Plus, puns.)
Eyal Berkovic [Loan Shark]
Darlene Kabbal (Upcoming character - She's pretty kickass!)
That's about it. There definitely needs to be more characters in there, so I'll look into the characters I've already created and pick the ones that fit this group the most.
W. Bradley Davis [The Chessmaster]
Chet Mercy [Chet Mercy]
Nick Evelstein [Beholder]
Same goes for this group - I need to identify more key characters to graft to this team
First Line Of Organized Defense
Christopher Zachlin [Kingsaim]
"Cavannaugh" (Real Name Unknown) [Gibberish]
Marcus Keith Bassman [Fourstrings]
Nadja Dolezal [Madam Allura]
Nicole Adderley [BioNicole]
Two members are missing, as I am still hesitating between a few heroes that could fill the positions.
This about sums up this journal, which is mainly a guideline to what will happen next in the gPs-Verse (still not married to the name yet) and what you can expect me to focus on (besides GlenverseTCG)