Hi guys, I'm working on my free time on a videogame. Since I'm still in the early stages of story writing and characters dev I wanted your opinion about the small insight of the story I'm making.
Setting is a world where two large nations are at war, during a time where "a new world order" is trying to set peace between humans and anthros. Warriors uses melee weapons and magic to fight each other, different elements are binded and controlled by different emotions. While humans are capable of learning and control all different elements, anthros can only use one of a kind power.
The story is about two friends, Axel and Pierce, whose friendship is torn apart by the war and the never ending fight between equality and diversity. Axel and Pierce are two human state soldier still in their training, when one night Pierce just disappears. Axel begin to travel in search of his lost friend, while still working as a state soldier.
The main story is split in two: Axel: His story is about "Meet other people, to solve your problems you have to help others" Pierce: His story is about "Opening your eyes, to help others, you have to help yourself first"
Anthro's style is the one of jap kemonos, at the beginning of his story Pierce is turned into a black anthro canine. I'm still writing the story, but Axel seems to have mixed emotions about his friend.
I'm starting to like the story, but sometimes I wonder: "should I change some thing to not make people mark this game as gay or for furries?" I just want to tell a story, and target most of the gamers, I don't want to make it enjoyable to only a fraction of the possible players. (I know no one would like the game anyway)