Idea 1 -
A technologically minded man lives on a post cataclysmic earth. 20 years after the event, it is only known that the world broke into two halves, and that travel between halves is impossible due to a mysterious electrical storm originating from the chasm. The man is trying to get back to the other half where he believes his family to still be alive.
Idea 2 -
Two Knights Templar (A young knight and his mentor) are struggling to move their local chapter's goods out of the country before the French Monarchy turns on them. They are caught in an alleyway between soldiers but just as they are about to lose the fight, they disappear. They find themselves in a futuristic building and are recruited into the New Order of Knights Templar. The scientists explain to them that the younger Templar is renowned to be one of the greatest fighters to have ever existed. He explains they have the wrong guy, but as he completes missions for this futuristic faction, he hones his skills and becomes unmatched, learning to use new technological weapons and classic ones. At the end he is sent back to his time, and lives on to become the legend that the records claimed him to be when he first went to the future.
Idea 3 -
A secret society has been charged with containing an evil force within their dreams. There is always one who sleeps to keep the dream going. When it is time to relieve the person, another comes, links hands and is "taken" by the dream. The other only wakes up when it is safe to leave the dream world. While dreaming, the dreamers posses god-like powers, and must use creativity to combat the evil. Although they are fighting a never ending battle, the evil force changes the conflict at seemingly random intervals with the conflicts ranging from serious things (war, combat, plague, etc.) to more abstract and silly things (political debate, world forming, video gaming, mazes, sporting events, etc.). This society must continually recruit as it is possible for a person to die while sleeping.
The world is broken in half and divided by a cataclysmic energy storm filled chasm and a small brotherhood of men (an one woman) is formed, called the Apprentices, to control the secrets of the potentially destructive technology that was invented to cross the chasm. One Apprentice is known as the Preacher because he embraces beliefs from pre-cataclysmic religions and is confronted by a young woman who needs to cross the chasm because she has "heard" that the doctor who can save her child is on the other side. The Apprentices have strict creeds of neutrality and the woman cannot pay for passage across the chasm, creating conflict between his ideals of charity and his strict brotherhood code of conduct. He must choose between two conflicting "goods" and eventually ferries the woman and her child across because of conversations about her faith in the fact that there is a doctor over there who can fix her problems. He continues on as if the event never happened, telling the woman to never speak of this favoritism, and returns to his post.