Okay so I've posted in this thread before but I stated my question a bit wrong. I'm trying to make a plot for a Video Game. I didn't include enough info about the premise and so the plots offered to me, while interesting, wouldn't help my basis.
The main idea of the game is you have transferred into a new school for your final year at high school. your final period is something you already have the credits for from your old school (Its a History Class), but they stuck you into a class because of a scheduling error. You decide to skip your last class as it wont influence your credits. After the first week or so (which will act as tutorial for school life) you decide to skip your last hour. From there you have to avoid the teachers and admin roaming the hallway, sneak around hall monitors and sweet talk your way out if you get caught. (the way you sweet talk depends on the teacher). This is basically the stealth portion of the game, which as time goes on will get progressively harder.
On the plot so far the idea is that during your other classes you have the opportunity to socialize with different characters each hour and depending on who you socialize with each hour you end up integrating yourself with a clique, about evenly between two cliques or with a third party group. (the third party group would only be available in medium difficulty and up) The characters for several cliques would be accessible in every play through, but the two cliques that argue are randomized. The plot makes it so the cliques have a longstanding feud that you and another friend character get caught up in accidentally. during an argument the vice principal hears something about students skipping and at one point catches you with stuff you use to pull if skips. you have to go into the teacher workroom and get back that stuff and while there you overhear stuff that makes the school seem corrupted. I'm not sure what other complications might rise in a school.
There is gameplay after school as well, you can be at your house, in your street, in an empty pool full of alternative cliques, a public library full of academic cliques and a mall full of prep cliques. I'm still trying to decide what characters you should be able to romance, so any plots that hinge on romance would probably not work, as who you romance wouldn't always fit. Plots with romance offered would help with the creation of characters that you could romance, though keep in mind that you are the new kid in school and in town.
If there where any sequels, they would be completely separate plot wise.