Dunno. Been thinking, as Fronkets also mentioned in the chat that introspection does have its negatives, but thinking about it can produce positives if you look for them.
Now some of this shit is pretty bastard-simple and actually http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=f2b_1240805949
if you choose to believe this kind of http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=39a_1275614314
stuff you're actually being told that you are more succeptible to believing it
than 'normal' people.
Now, ha ha, you (the forum readers, gosh, the inescapable few) know how I am when it comes to creativity, and if you don't I can explain; sometimes it does feel like a lightning bolt or a tangent, you don't know where it came from but now it's in your mind, so.. what to do with it? Conversely, when actually attempting to 'brainstorm' you may find that the sky simply will not rain on your command.
Whether or not this is typical of the 'creative' mind is debatable, as some are more 'gifted' and some walk the desert looking for water.
Anyway, RW4 might end up actually taking a hard turn onto the dirt road and revisit Max and Cammy for a while since I've become greatly disinterested in the current characters and 'plot' and we can assume they're doing fine while we find out how the other characters are doing. I was thinking of an almost RW3-type setting in which they become stranded and without supplies and end up engaging in conversation as they march towards an uncertain fate. Little things come up between them, things they haven't talked about before, the things these close friends never told each other despite being practically joined at the hip.
I don't know why that would sound like an interesting plot, it would probably be a lot easier to vomit all over a page and produce shocking and grotesque content not suitable for anyone, but then I'd have to sign my name on it and despite being a pseudonym I feel somehow that I am above just purging for attention. I guess you have to really do this for a decade or so with fleeting fame and make a final decision to go with your gut when you lose sight of the road ahead.