The Lost Fairy, A… Fairypunk… Fairytale?

15 Mar

We prepare now for the third and final installement in the Fairypunk series. It’s all writing and conceptualizing. I need a plot and then a song breakdown of that plot. Thete sre some things i know will happen, that’ve i’ve known for some time, but the basic plot and plot structure needs to be conceived.

Going by my current plans, i will be calling the album The Lost Fairy (said fairy to be voiced by Lauren. I’m also planning on bringing Oliver Marsh into it, although i haven’t asked him yet so i should really shut up until i know more but shutting up… filters in general are not my strong suit.) And of course Jane will be back. As will all our friends we’ve made along the way. So i can kill them. Totally kidding. Totally not. Mostly kidding. I cannot stress this enough, the point is never to just do harsh things just to be edgy and have an edgy narrative. The point is ALWAYS to have an engaging story. Simply being harsh or cruel is not engaging, it’s just being a dick. Hard consequences NEVER come without a reason or point. Even rebecca’s death because unfortunately she totally did not survive which admittely is pretty dickish but i swear i have solid reasoning and i believe everything will be clear by the end. And by clear i mean clear that im a douchebag. Oh god shut up. Shut up and stop writing. For heavens sakes take your hands off the keyboard you literally make it worse every second you type.

This gives rise to another issue. Obviously i need to end this series with one last -punk. I had seriously considered Solarpunk, but the tropes that that genre embody just dont quite fit where the story is going. I mean, you could sort of do some acrobatic rationalizations if you really wanted to try and cram it in, but… as much as you might try to argue Xandoria embodies some Solarpunk tropes, i just think it’s too much of a stretch.

Which leaves us with Fairypunk, the genre the trilogy is named after. With reason. Which brings up our new problem. The name The Lost Fairy, A Fairypunk Fairytale is a little… over the top, no?

A Faepunk Fairytale?


Admittedly, of all the things i’m wrestling with right now, this is, like, last on my list. But it’s the only aspect i can discuss publicly. So… uhm… well, there you go. Oh, and i’ll have to name the fairy. I had toyed with Symbal, but mostly because i was creative writing and didnt want to get bogged down with spending 10 minutes trying to think of a bloody name. I do have a name for the other character: Oliver Marsh’s character with be Jakob Jansson. I believe im not going to actually give the Mayor a name. Ithimk it’s cooler if she’s always just The Mayor.


Posted by on March 15, 2019 in Uncategorized


7 responses to “The Lost Fairy, A… Fairypunk… Fairytale?

  1. Gabriel Marcoux

    March 15, 2019 at 1:15 pm

    I kind of like Fairypunk Fairy tale. Sure it’s over the top but since it’s the final installment it has to go a bit further than the rest. And to be honest, all your title have this aspect of being a bit on the nose and that’s what make them great to begin.

  2. LoreNut

    March 15, 2019 at 3:01 pm

    Woop Woop! I love Oliver Marsh! I really hope he says yes, I always live the characters you write for him. Also, the Mayor is coming back??? I loved her song, and her voice is amazing!! And of course I love Jane! So this is going to be awesome. Only thing left on my wish list is that the Blood Red Dogs return with their charismatic leader.

  3. absolutionjailor

    March 15, 2019 at 10:09 pm

    You could always dive into Fae terms. The Seelie / Unseelie courts and whatnot. The Lost Fae, A Seeliepunk Fairytale. Or Pixiepunk. Or the Lost Sylph. Mix it up, I believe in you~

  4. Manda Mac

    March 16, 2019 at 3:42 am

    Maybe Sidhepunk? Celticpunk? Twilightpunk? Twilitepunk? Chaospunk to feed that engine down below? Oh or Glamourpunk? Like In reference to magic and casting glamours and such

    Also thank you for talking about how you put us through heartbreak by killing those we love – the fact that we get so sad when that happens just shows how well developed you’ve built them and how involved we are with the narrative. Most of the time when shows or movies do really mean or tragic things to the characters, I don’t enjoy rewatching Bc of it. But with your albums, I get sad but unlike those other things I keep coming back and relistening.

  5. Helennnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn... don't you want me

    March 20, 2019 at 2:08 pm

    I actually really like The Lost Fairy, A Fairypunk Fairytale. It’s not boring, at least.

  6. Mega LunaLexi

    March 26, 2019 at 12:07 am

    REBECCA DIED?! NOOOOOOO, OUR ONE HAPPY ENDING (yes give me the angst hehehehe buT ALso tHE ONLY HAPPY ENDING)

    • Mega LunaLexi

      March 26, 2019 at 12:09 am

      oh yeah also I really like faepunk or the suggestions from other commenters (I also really like Pixiepunk!)


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