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The library's always been a sanctuary for Victor, probably one of the shyest students at Lawndale High. But when Principal Li declares that all students must spend lunch in the cafeteria, Victor finds himself ripped away from its musty comfort. With the only help coming from a prickly religious zealot named Priscilla, Victor must rally the other students to push against Li's new rule by doing the thing he dreads most--talking to other people.
Author's Note: The Daria fandom has always had "backgrounders". These are the characters who, as the name suggests, stay in the background and are just there to fill out the school population. All of the backgrounder characters here do appear on the show in one way or another. I did take some inspiration from fandom interpretations for a few of them, particularly Bob, Spike, and Angel (who draw heavily from Charles RB's interpretations, and Kia, who drew from Princess Pasta's). And yes, some of the main characters also appear, but make no mistake--this is about the backgrounders, first and foremost.
A list of backgrounders can be found here: https://dariawiki.org/wiki/Backgrounder
This is an old endings generator that I'd put up on Writing.com years and years ago. It's apparently no longer there, so I decided to put it up here instead. It offers sixteen different endings, based on the following criteria:
- Saving the Council or allowing it to die in ME1
- Destroying or preserving the Collector base in ME2
- Collecting more or less than 3000 resource points in ME3
- Being Renegade or Paragon
Further adjustments to the ending are determined by saving the quarians or geth (or both), curing or maintaining the genophage, Shepard surviving or dying, and whether or not Citadel Station is saved (these endings assume that this last option is even a possibility).
I do know that I erred in not drawing any distinction between krogan led by Wrex or Wreav (and with or without Bakara's presence). At this point though, I don't really want to redo everything to incorporate that. I'm sure you know the characters well enough to make adjustments as needed.
Mr. DeMartino, in his infinite benevolence, assigns his students to play the classic board game "Diplomacy".
Some would say that the post-nuclear world doesn't lend itself to art. But those who grew up among the shattered husks of the Boneyard might have their own ways of expressing beauty.
Fandoms: Daria (Cartoon), Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
17 May 2021
A peek into the future to see what fate has in store for the characters of Daria in Morrowind.
- Part 32 of Daria in Morrowind
17 May 2021
"Daria in Morrowind" is a series of fusion AU stories which re-imagines the characters from the '90s animated sitcom "Daria" as native to late Third Era Tamriel.