Interactive Stories Set in Ancient Rome & Greece
Fabulae, meaning "stories" in Latin, is a group of Interactive Stories set in Ancient Rome and Greece. By 'interactive story,'
we mean that you can actually add your own portion to an ongoing story which many others have begun. The Fabulae
system was designed and developed using the Dreambook Guestbook system. Fabulae is a good example of the versatility
of this system.
There are currently five different stories that you can read and add on to. When you write, please try to stay on-topic and
add nothing which could be deemed obscene or derogatory. Feel free to add HTML coding into your portion of the story;
spice it up with interesting images and text styles.
Fabulae can be especially fun for students in Latin and Greek classes to work with, because of the infinite creative
possibilities. Do you have ideas for new storylines? Suggestions on how to make Fabulae better? Fabulae is brand new, and
any input that you can provide is great!
- Inquisitores in Togis (Detectives in Togas)
A mystery! Experience the suspense of sneaking up on a suspect!
Experiment with ancient crimesolving techniques! Get into the minds of
those rowdy Greco-Roman criminals! Add a portion of your own
creativity to this spine-tingling mystery.
- Casus Julii (The Adventures of Julius)
The wind is in his sails, he is gathering his comrades together for a great
trek across many lands! With your input, guide brave Julius on his quest
to - you decide!
This is a story about revenge from beyond the grave. Follow Lucius as he
takes his revenge upon those who killed him
Last Update: 25 September 1998
(c) 1997-1998 Matt Webb & The Maryland Junior Classical League