As always, the time-travellering kaiju hunters are on the list. I'll have to figure out a few time periods for the /kaiju/ hunters to visit, with the legend of St. George and the dragon being a potential arc. I do have a couple of laws of time travel in mind. First, the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle; the hunters can know either when or where they're going but not both. The other law is a modification of Newton's First Law, temporal events will happen as they did unless acted upon by an outside force. It's not that events are predestined; everyone involved will still make decisions based on their experience. However, if an outside force interferes, a participant may make new decisions based on the new information.
Speaking of time travel, I have an idea for Subject 13 guest starring Pixie and the rest of the Youth Brigade. A battle against a supervillain winds up sending the group back to the 50s, where they have to figure out where they are and how to get home. I have some dialogue in mind, too. "Can you stop swearing for five minutes? That's how we got into this mess!" I've done some preliminary research, finding a USGC map of the area I want to use from 1956 and matching the location on Google Maps.
A while back, I created Demona using the Demon Hunters RPG. I then realized she had potential as part of a group of supernatural hunters. Format might be a fake reality series, but I'm not married to that. I do have the first bit worked out in my head where Demona meets her new partners, Nadia and Ian.
Mecha Academy is a possibility. I'll probably keep it on reserve for when another idea runs out of steam. I am working on the next arc, but there is more planned for after it. The cast hasn't even finished their first year yet, and I have a few more things to toss at them before I'm done with them.
Unruly is also in the works. I have twists and turns for them, too. Laura has to go testify, Fawna needs to give up her body for a weekend to Mags, Caitlin needs to plot, and chaos needs to ensue. Again, if another project runs dry, I can always switch over.
The Shadowrun stories are still coming together. Yes, stories. Beside coming up with a story to be adapted into a new form, mostly as an experiment related to Lost in Translation, I want to try a horror story. Problem is, I'm not a fan of horror, so the project might be doomed to failure from the start. However, Shadowrun mixes cyberpunk, epic fantasy, and urban fantasy together, so with a bit of a tweak, I might be able to turn the urban fantasy elements into horror. There are horror elements lurking in the game's setting that I can exploit, too.
So, short list, and one that could grow before I start striking off ideas. It's a start. I have four months.
Friday, another go at the Modiphius Star Trek Adventures character creation.
Also Friday, over at Psycho Drive-In, "Truly Outrageous!"
Saturday, over at The Seventh Sanctum, hiatus week; this past week has been hectic.