I've already planned some emotional scenes and crucial plot twists in my main story including even the ending. A lot of the dialogue have already been filled in. However, I would like my game to have more side quests and perhaps more nations, towns and people to help out. However, I don't really want to simply add fillers to my game just to make it longer. I'm looking for a mixture of funny, exciting and emotional quests to add to my story. I would be happy to credit anyone whom might be willing to help expand my story. With it being a game and not a novel, I mainly only need intriguing dialogue and at times, brief descriptions of peoples' actions. If you might be interested in voluntarily helping me expand my story, feel free to send me a message and perhaps a friend request.
My story, "Asearia Chronicles: Twisted Fates", is set in a medieval fantasy world of humans, angels (mostly dead or fallen into demonic forms), demons and monsters. I have four main characters. The protagonist Cento is a cunning wizard with extreme talent whom doesn't mind acting in morally grey areas for the greater good. Ravenna is the main heroine. She is always eager to help those in need, especially poor people whom can't afford much of a reward to attract decent guild wizards to help them. She is the first ally to join Cento as the co-founder of their newly formed wizard guild (which doesn't even have a base until quite late in the story). The two are often mistaken as a couple. Shizo is a rather selfish thief whom ran away from his wealthy family to avoid an arranged marriage. Shizo is the third party member. He loves drinking with women, gambling and stealing. His only redeeming quality is his concern for his sister (which I have already written about). Marcello on the other hand, is a religious paladin, a typical knight in shining armour whom swore to do no evil. He was adopted and raised honourably by the Pope.
I've already planned out their emotional back stories so I mainly just want quests involving all these characters. Thanks for reading this post.