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And now Part 14 of the Traitor Game Essentials re-presentation of Traitor Game VII: A Galaxy Far, Far Away. In this one, Cologne's agents make a correct guess, Emma is still able to give some advice, and Dastardly sets up another crazy trap.



moonknight2099 02-27-2007 12:02 PM

[I]Al walked over to Courage.[/I]

[QUOTE]Al: "Hey there Courage. I've been looking for you. I just wanted to tell you that I'm one of the good guys. Me and Sam are part of a time travel experament that went a little crazy. I won't bore you with the details, just wanted to let you know what was going on. I know you probably saw me before and I figured you wondered why the others couldn't. I am a hologram. Only you, the other dog Muttly and and probably Evinlea can see and hear me. You seem like a smart pooch any idea on who maybe traitors?"[/QUOTE]


Chris Lang 02-27-2007 12:05 PM

Dawn came on Tatooine, and with it came Cologne's next appointment with Darth Jubba.

Cologne had not spoken with any of the players since the events of the previous night. What happened to Emma Frost was regrettable. But one of the hard facts of life was that innocent people often had to suffer for the sins of others.

However, the non-traitors had managed to successfully banish one Traitor. Deadpool had been sent to the swamps of Dagobah. Cologne's Rebel Alliance members had spent the next debating on who their guess was going to be, and finally, they had sent her their suspect.

Cologne entered Darth Jubba's office. "There was some indecision amongst my agents, but they finally reached a consensus." she said. Once again, she showed the Sith Hutt a sheet of paper with the name of the suspect her agents had guessed.

"Have they guessed correctly?" Cologne asked Darth Jubba.

The Sith Hutt was silent. So Cologne repeated. "Have they guessed correctly?"

Again, there was silence. "I feel I should remind you that under the terms we both agreed to when the game began, you are obligated to give an answer as to whether or not the guess is correct. Failure to give an honest answer will result in the automatic forfeiture of your dimensional powers." Cologne said, in a matter-of-fact tone. "So, once again, have my agents guessed correctly?"

Darth Jubba then finally spoke. "[COLOR="Sienna"]Yes[/COLOR]." he said, irritably. "[COLOR="Sienna"]Now go. NOW![/COLOR]"

With that, Cologne left Darth Jubba's office and headed off to where most of the group had assembled. "It appears my Rebel Alliance members have made a correct guess." she told the group. "I will be interested to see what happens next."


Kevin M. 02-27-2007 12:40 PM

[QUOTE=Chris Lang;4449783]Dawn came on Tatooine, and with it came Cologne's next appointment with Darth Jubba.

Cologne had not spoken with any of the players since the events of the previous night. What happened to Emma Frost was regrettable. But one of the hard facts of life was that innocent people often had to suffer for the sins of others.

However, the non-traitors had managed to successfully banish one Traitor. Deadpool had been sent to the swamps of Dagobah. Cologne's Rebel Alliance members had spent the next debating on who their guess was going to be, and finally, they had sent her their suspect.

Cologne entered Darth Jubba's office. "There was some indecision amongst my agents, but they finally reached a consensus." she said. Once again, she showed the Sith Hutt a sheet of paper with the name of the suspect her agents had guessed.

"Have they guessed correctly?" Cologne asked Darth Jubba.

The Sith Hutt was silent. So Cologne repeated. "Have they guessed correctly?"

Again, there was silence. "I feel I should remind you that under the terms we both agreed to when the game began, you are obligated to give an answer as to whether or not the guess is correct. Failure to give an honest answer will result in the automatic forfeiture of your dimensional powers." Cologne said, in a matter-of-fact tone. "So, once again, have my agents guessed correctly?"

Darth Jubba then finally spoke. "[COLOR="Sienna"]Yes[/COLOR]." he said, irritably. "[COLOR="Sienna"]Now go. NOW![/COLOR]"

With that, Cologne left Darth Jubba's office and headed off to where most of the group had assembled. "It appears my Rebel Alliance members have made a correct guess." she told the group. "I will be interested to see what happens next."[/QUOTE]

Finally some good news in this messed up game. " So, who was the guy you nailed" Marcus asked Cologne.


Chris Lang 02-27-2007 12:58 PM

[QUOTE=bigboi2;4449983]Finally some good news in this messed up game. " So, who was the guy you nailed" Marcus asked Cologne.[/QUOTE]

"I am not permitted to tell you that, I'm afraid." Cologne responded. "It would violate the terms Darth Jubba and I both agreed to at the start of the game. You will just have to watch what everyone says and does, and maybe you can figure out who they guessed."

"I cannot say any more than that." And with that, Cologne was silent.


Joe Acro 02-27-2007 12:59 PM

Courage nodded his head as the hologram spoke. He understood due to his earlier research. When the hologram asked about potential traitors, Courage thought for a moment. He then grabbed a book off the shelf, pulled a pen out of his pocket, and wrote, "See me later."

Courage had some more research to do before he'd vote and wanted to answer after he had done that research.

Just after showing his message to the strange hologram, the conversation about the Rebel guess came over the P.A. system. The guess was apparently right. Happy to hear the good news, Courage exclaimed, [COLOR="Magenta"]"Yes!"[/COLOR]

He then turned to his wrist and dialed up his computer.


Superheroic 02-27-2007 01:50 PM

[QUOTE=Quinn Mallory;4449208]"Damnit. We lost another innocent person. We may have gotten rid of one of the traitors, but its not worth losing someone who wasn't guilty. I know I voted for her, but she was proved not to be a traitor, and for that I'm sorry." [/QUOTE]

"Please," Evinlea said to Quinn, "Spare us your false sorrow. Of course you offer up apologies for Emma's demise, there were only three votes against her, one of which is from a known Traitor! That makes you either the Bounty Hunter or a Stormtrooper. You humans, no matter how much intelligence you think you may possess you cannot hope to outwit a God."

Just then Cologne approached the others with an announcement, "It appears my Rebel Alliance members have made a correct guess," she told the group. "I will be interested to see what happens next."

"Interesting. However I do not need to know what your Agent's have guessed Cologne." Evinlea pointed at Quinn, "This one here reeks of duplicity and lies. He offers his regret on the death of Emma Frost, but where was his remorse when he named Vader guilty? There was none because you felt nothing, you voted Vader to be banished and you set up Emma Frost. [B]Quinn Mallory[/B], I name you Traitor!" Evinlea's voice shook the house, all the other players had no choice but to hear her.


Schornforce 02-27-2007 02:19 PM

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Wow. A lot's been going on. I mean, I expected as much what with the constant announcements and all, but there's never a peaceful moment around here. The rejuvination spell I'd cast had worn off. It was alright for awhile, but it's really no substitution for a good long rest. Both Deadpool and Emma Frost were now gone. I can't say that either of them were my new best friends or anything, but still...

At least we're down one traitor and ooo! Now the good guys seem to have guessed right! I never did find where the 'Doomtations' program went, but as Cologne said-- maybe it can't really help us. Still, any lead should be explored.

Strange. Back home, we'd usually find the exact website or tome that we'd need to take out whoever the big bad of the day was in about an hour or so. Here, it's a lot more hard work and a lot less payoff.

I go and try and find Marcus to thank him for covering for me in the 'net searching dept. I feel bad that I couldn't find what I was looking for, but maybe if I follow up on the 'kids' lead, that could show some promise.


The Purple Skull 02-27-2007 04:11 PM

Traitor Game Announcer: Well back fans! We are now at Day 6 of the Traitor Game VII, and things have certainly gotten interesting.

In the last banishment, Deadpool was revealed to be one of Darth Jubba's Stormtroopers and was banished to Dagobah. Cologne's Bounty Hunter was unleashed as well, killing Emma Frost. Unfortunately, Emma Frost was not one of the Stormtroopers. We were also given news that the Rebel Alliance were able to correctly guess who one of the Stormtroopers were. We'll have to wait and see how the voting will go.

As of today, 2 Imperial Stormtroopers are still at large while the Rebel Alliance members are at full strength. And don't forget, the Bounty Hunter is still lurking around here.

Hmmm. Something seems to be going on down there. What a surprise. It's Dick Dastardly up to his antics once again. What does the diabolical doer of dire deeds have in store for us now?

[IMG]http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b385/Orlando716/DickDastardly.jpg[/IMG]

[COLOR="Purple"]I am glad you asked, Mr. Announcer.[/COLOR]

(Places a giant bear trap on the ground.)

[COLOR="Purple"]You see, I believe that [B]Marcus Fenix[/B] is another member of the Imperial Stormtroopers. And I am aiming to rid this game of that maniac.[/COLOR]

TGA: Oh really? So what's that you have set up there? Is that a bear trap?

[COLOR="Purple"]Bear trap is such a generic term. I prefer to call it a Kursnap.[/COLOR]

TGA: Why the heck do you call it a kursnap?

[COLOR="Purple"]Because once Mr. Fenix steps on it....KURSNAP! Hahahaha![/COLOR] (Makes a hand motion describing the kursnap.)

[IMG]http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b385/Orlando716/Dickdastardly.jpg[/IMG]

[COLOR="Purple"]Here he comes Muttley. The sound of the Kursnap kursnapping will be music to my ears.[/COLOR]

(Fenix walks right through the bear trap without setting it off.)

[COLOR="Purple"]What?! Where's the kursnap? Why didn't it kursnap?[/COLOR]

(Dastardly begins jumping on top of it.)

TGA: I think we all know how this will end....but let's just keep watching.

[COLOR="Purple"]Drat! Double Drat! Triple Drat! You were supposed to kursnap! Kursnap I tell you! Kurs---[/COLOR]

[B][SIZE="3"]KURSNAP![/SIZE][/B]

TGA: You never fail to amuse me, Dick.

[COLOR="Purple"]Well, Muttley? What are you waiting for? Give me a hand![/COLOR]

(Muttley begins applauding. Hey, Dastardly did say to give him a hand.)

Muttley: (Snickers)

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Weirdopky 02-27-2007 04:14 PM

Skull, I have to agree with the rest of the guys, your stuff really adds something funny to this game. I can totally just imagine what these traps would look like. Nice work so far.


Chris Lang 02-27-2007 04:19 PM

Cologne had returned to the library, and did a little survey of the books herself.

She had found a number of books with strange titles, such as [U]The Old Man and the Sith[/U] and [U]Interview with a Wampa[/U] (the author of that book apparently had spent a dozen years on the ice planet Hoth, and become a bit eccentric), but also signs that some of those dusty books had been disturbed recently.

She noted a crumpled piece of paper that had apparently been forgotten. It lay next to an unlit match. Cologne straightened out the paper, and it read as follows:

[QUOTE]Am convinced Darth Jubba is behind the shipment of Traitor Game Batman snuff films to Gotham's underworld. Must find where these DVDs are being produced and put a stop to it, or I will lose all credibility.[/QUOTE]

Cologne had her suspicion as to who had written the note. The writer had clearly meant to burn the note, but had been in such a hurry he had failed to notice the match wouldn't light.

Cologne noted that others were headed back into the library for research. She was not sure if she should tell the others of this find just yet. Perhaps the writer of the note did not wish to have his identity revealed. She decided not to bring it up for now.

Cologne wondered when the Rogue Watcher would show up to call someone to defend themselves. Of course, the Rogue Watcher never did have a set time for his questioning sessions.


Chris Lang 02-27-2007 04:43 PM

OOC: [B]Important notice to ALL players.[/B]

Make sure there is enough space in your PM box for you to receive private messages. There is a player I have attempted to PM, but I get my message bounced saying that he's exceeded his quota and I can't send any messages to him until he cleans a few messages out of his PM box.

PMs are very important, so please at least TRY to leave a few spaces in your box.


Guy1 02-27-2007 04:47 PM

[QUOTE=Chris Lang;4447573]OOC: Here's the updated player list

Guy1 - Kabuto Anthony Johanson - Geno Spidey-kid1 - Luffy moonknight2099 - Sam Beckett leaped into the Punisher Schornforce – Willow Rosenberg Weirdopky - Dr. Cox Eternal Torment - Zasalamel Superheroic - Evinlea Jeff-E - Quinn Mallory Joe Acro - Courage,the Cowardly Dog General Grievous - Matches Malone Indigo Al - Martin the Fifth Columnist Visitor bigboi2 - Sargent Marcus Fenix GoGo Yubari - Kyon The Purple Skull - Dick Dastardly

ELIMINATED Wesley Crusher - [CRUSHED UNDER A GIANT BOULDER] darkkeeperjr - Darth Vader [BANISHED] Froggy - Teen Goku [SCARED UNCONSCIOUS, THEN FED TO RANCOR] Crimson King - Deadpool [BANISHED] [IMPERIAL STORMTROOPER] tangentman - Emma Frost [DIAMOND FORM CUT IN HALF WITH MODIFIED BLASTER]

By the way, tangentman was the designated 'Breaker'. Now that Emma Frost has been killed, I'll PM someone who I've picked as the replacement.

Once again, Rebel Alliance members PM me with your guess![/QUOTE]

Tendou did his thinking over of the situation and voted for [B]Geno[/B], seeing as how he hadn't been around much and that made him a suspect.


Spidey-kid1 02-27-2007 04:55 PM

[QUOTE=Chris Lang;4447573]OOC: Here's the updated player list

Guy1 - Kabuto Anthony Johanson - Geno Spidey-kid1 - Luffy moonknight2099 - Sam Beckett leaped into the Punisher Schornforce – Willow Rosenberg Weirdopky - Dr. Cox Eternal Torment - Zasalamel Superheroic - Evinlea Jeff-E - Quinn Mallory Joe Acro - Courage,the Cowardly Dog General Grievous - Matches Malone Indigo Al - Martin the Fifth Columnist Visitor bigboi2 - Sargent Marcus Fenix GoGo Yubari - Kyon The Purple Skull - Dick Dastardly

ELIMINATED Wesley Crusher - [CRUSHED UNDER A GIANT BOULDER] darkkeeperjr - Darth Vader [BANISHED] Froggy - Teen Goku [SCARED UNCONSCIOUS, THEN FED TO RANCOR] Crimson King - Deadpool [BANISHED] [IMPERIAL STORMTROOPER] tangentman - Emma Frost [DIAMOND FORM CUT IN HALF WITH MODIFIED BLASTER]

By the way, tangentman was the designated 'Breaker'. Now that Emma Frost has been killed, I'll PM someone who I've picked as the replacement.

Once again, Rebel Alliance members PM me with your guess![/QUOTE]

Luffy remembered Deadpool trying to kill him and the fact that he tied him into a pretzel when Luffy's guard was down. He didn't think he was a traitor and the one person he did was innocent and dead. He decided to just go with the flow and voted for [B]Geno[/B] with Tendou.


Schornforce 02-27-2007 05:56 PM

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I overheard some of the most recent guesses. I have to admit, I was all in Stumped City: population me. The guesses were going to be harder now. Bottom line still is that ANYONE could be a traitor-- from that adorable (yet kinda strange) pink dog to, well, me. Of course the only one I'm pretty darn sure of being traitor-free is me, that doesn't narrow down anything or anyone. I don't want to think any of my research buddies as traitors, but what if I inadvertently led them to info-central by suggesting the whole research thing?

Could Evinlea be the traitor? She IS a goddess, after all-- or so she keeps reminding us. How powerful a goddess is she? Dick Dastardly, despite the funny name and adorable pooch DOES like to be all Coyote-ish with the traps. Maybe he's faking the incompetence. *watches Dick get kursnapped*

...maybe not.

Still, Quinn seems all super-genius. Maybe he could have had a role in all this. Sure, he seems nice at first glance, but he has been hanging around Mr. Skull-shirt quite a bit. Maybe they're both traitors plotting against us? Speaking of Skully-- um... the Punisher, wasn't it? I did stumble across one story-- I think he killed his entire universe or something... I'd bring it up with the others, but... there's [I]something[/I] strange about the Punisher. I swear every now and then I see a strange flicker of light or a shift around his face. It's wierd. Maybe he's possessed by a demon or a ghost or something.

There's too many suspects and not enough evidence. That's when I get an idea. I try and find Cologne to ask her if we could gather DNA samples or fingerprints from the crimescenes-- that would be helpful. Maybe a few of us could analyze the data.

I cheer up a bit and go looking for Cologne keeping an eye out for Marcus as I go-- I still have to thank him and ask him what he found.


Froggy 02-27-2007 06:42 PM

OOC: Lmao at the watcher


Kevin M. 02-27-2007 06:54 PM

[QUOTE=Spidey-kid1;4451383]Luffy remembered Deadpool trying to kill him and the fact that he tied him into a pretzel when Luffy's guard was down. He didn't think he was a traitor and the one person he did was innocent and dead. He decided to just go with the flow and voted for [B]Geno[/B] with Tendou.[/QUOTE]

" [B]Geno[/B] has to be one of the troopers. He's probabl working from the shadows " Marcus said as he voted.


Schornforce 02-27-2007 07:08 PM

[QUOTE=bigboi2;4451949]" [B]Geno[/B] has to be one of the troopers. He's probabl working from the shadows " Marcus said as he voted.[/QUOTE]

[IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v112/Schornforce/bb04.jpg[/IMG]

"Oh, hey, Marcus! Thanks so much for continuing the research awhile ago. Did you turn up anything? Sorry I wasn't much help. I'd lost that Doomtations program and was looking for it. You didn't see it anywhere while walking around did you? Hey, have you seen Cologne? I want to ask her something. I think I have an idea that could help us find the traitorly among us."

I overheard Geno being voted upon yet again. Hmm... Geno doesn't outwardly seem like he'd be the traitor and what little information I've found on him doesn't single him out as a traitor in my opinion-- but it does seem to be appropriate for the world's slimiest drama queen to choose a "puppet" to manipulate as his stormtrooper... I may have to wait a bit to see what we can find before voting this time.


Chris Lang 02-27-2007 07:22 PM

Cologne had been away from the group pondering the situation. There was a chance another Traitor could be found soon, but a number of people had yet to vote.

Cologne overheard Willow talking to Marcus, and then approached. "You wanted to ask me about something?" Cologne asked Willow.


Schornforce 02-27-2007 07:28 PM

[QUOTE=Chris Lang;4452107]Cologne had been away from the group pondering the situation. There was a chance another Traitor could be found soon, but a number of people had yet to vote.

Cologne overheard Willow talking to Marcus, and then approached. "You wanted to ask me about something?" Cologne asked Willow.[/QUOTE]

[IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v112/Schornforce/alyson_hannigan_03.jpg[/IMG]

"Oh, hey! Yeah, I had an idea. Do you think it would be feasible to go back to the scenes of the murders and try and find some sort of evidence-- y'know, hair, fingerprints, or clothing scraps to help determine the murderers? I mean it may be too late now, but it wouldn't hurt to try, right? The way I'm thinking, is that even if there isn't any evidence, at least that should eliminate some of the powerless individuals who probably couldn't help but leave some form of DNA or fingerprints, right?"


The Purple Skull 02-27-2007 07:32 PM

The Rogue Watcher Report!A Flash of Lightning! The Theme to Beverly Hills Cop! Yup, he's here again and it looks like he brought someone with him!

[IMG]http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b385/Orlando716/th69452_uatu_122_471lo.jpg[/IMG]

The Rogue Watcher!

[COLOR="Indigo"]Greetings once again. From what I have heard, one of the Stormtroopers has been found. This makes happy in places you can only dream of. Before I go on with the rest of the inquisition, I have brought someone with me. Fresh from his therapy, Donald is back once again to resume his duties as my assistant.[/COLOR]

(Donald has shed himself of his emo look. Now he's dyed his hair blonde and is wearing brighter colored clothes. Think Stuart Smalley.)

[COLOR="Indigo"]I'm happy and all that he is no longer in that ridiculous emo phase. But now, he's become a perky, overly positive, peppy person. It's even more annoying than when he was emo![/COLOR]

RW's Assistant, Positively Donald: (With a big smile on his face) Hello everybody! My my, it is such a beautiful day today! You should always start your day with a big smile and a tall glass of orange juice. And if you ever feel down, say to yourself the following:

"I'm Good Enough, I'm Smart Enough, and Doggone It, People Like Me!"

That always cheers me up and gets me ready to take on the world!

(Looking puzzled and confused): [COLOR="Indigo"]You see what I mean?

Anyway, for this session, I call [SIZE="3"][U]Willow[/U][/SIZE] up to the stand! Plead your innocence![/COLOR]

Positively Donald: But do it with a smile on your face. A smile a day keeps the bad vibes away!

(Rolls his eyes) [COLOR="Indigo"]Oh Lord.[/COLOR]

OOC: Thanks, Weirdopky!


Chris Lang 02-27-2007 07:38 PM

[QUOTE=Schornforce;4452149][IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v112/Schornforce/alyson_hannigan_03.jpg[/IMG]

"Oh, hey! Yeah, I had an idea. Do you think it would be feasible to go back to the scenes of the murders and try and find some sort of evidence-- y'know, hair, fingerprints, or clothing scraps to help determine the murderers? I mean it may be too late now, but it wouldn't hurt to try, right? The way I'm thinking, is that even if there isn't any evidence, at least that should eliminate some of the powerless individuals who probably couldn't help but leave some form of DNA or fingerprints, right?"[/QUOTE]

Cologne pondered this idea. "I doubt you would find much, but I suppose that rocky trail in the 'back yard' where we found Wesley Crusher's body can be searched. Though probably the only hair, fingerprints, and clothing scraps you'll find are those belonging to the victim."

"As for the other crime scene, I'm pretty sure Deadpool used his teleporting to get rid of anything incriminating. The pile of needles was long gone by the time we got there. And all that was left of Goku's body was the bones that the Rancor left behind. I doubt you would find anything useful there."

"So if you wish to search a crime scene, it's probably better to search the place where Wesley Crusher's body was found. Besides, if you searched the other crime scene, you might have to face the Rancor."

"However," Cologne added. "I sense that some of you are capable of overcoming the Rancor should you have to confront it."


Chris Lang 02-27-2007 07:46 PM

[QUOTE=The Purple Skull;4452166]The Rogue Watcher!

[COLOR="Indigo"]Greetings once again. From what I have heard, one of the Stormtroopers has been found. This makes happy in places you can only dream of. Before I go on with the rest of the inquisition, I have brought someone with me. Fresh from his therapy, Donald is back once again to resume his duties as my assistant.[/COLOR]

(Donald has shed himself of his emo look. Now he's dyed his hair blonde and is wearing brighter colored clothes. Think Stuart Smalley.)

[COLOR="Indigo"]I'm happy and all that he is no longer in that ridiculous emo phase. But now, he's become a perky, overly positive, peppy person. It's even more annoying than when he was emo![/COLOR]

RW's Assistant, Positively Donald: (With a big smile on his face) Hello everybody! My my, it is such a beautiful day today! You should always start your day with a big smile and a tall glass of orange juice. And if you ever feel down, say to yourself the following:

"I'm Good Enough, I'm Smart Enough, and Doggone It, People Like Me!"

That always cheers me up and gets me ready to take on the world!

(Looking puzzled and confused): [COLOR="Indigo"]You see what I mean?

Anyway, for this session, I call [SIZE="3"][U]Willow[/U][/SIZE] up to the stand! Plead your innocence![/COLOR]

Positively Donald: But do it with a smile on your face. A smile a day keeps the bad vibes away!

(Rolls his eyes) [COLOR="Indigo"]Oh Lord.[/COLOR]

OOC: Thanks, Weirdopky![/QUOTE]

Cologne acknowledged the presence of the Rogue Watcher and Donald with a nod. "Greetings." she said.

"It is good to see that Donald appears happier, even if his new persona is...questionable. My acquaintance Ukyo told me she felt sorry for him."

"Anyway, I am sure that Willow will plead her innocence in whatever manner she feels is appropriate."

Cologne then paused to listen to Willow's testimony. As she did, she was wondering just who Donald's therapist was. But it was a side note. It wasn't really her place to get involved any more than it was Ukyo's.


Jeff-E 02-27-2007 07:50 PM

[QUOTE=Superheroic;4450317]"Please," Evinlea said to Quinn, "Spare us your false sorrow. Of course you offer up apologies for Emma's demise, there were only three votes against her, one of which is from a known Traitor! That makes you either the Bounty Hunter or a Stormtrooper. You humans, no matter how much intelligence you think you may possess you cannot hope to outwit a God."

Just then Cologne approached the others with an announcement, "It appears my Rebel Alliance members have made a correct guess," she told the group. "I will be interested to see what happens next."

"Interesting. However I do not need to know what your Agent's have guessed Cologne." Evinlea pointed at Quinn, "This one here reeks of duplicity and lies. He offers his regret on the death of Emma Frost, but where was his remorse when he named Vader guilty? There was none because you felt nothing, you voted Vader to be banished and you set up Emma Frost. [B]Quinn Mallory[/B], I name you Traitor!" Evinlea's voice shook the house, all the other players had no choice but to hear her.[/QUOTE]

"Whoa, I don't reek of anything. I just showered. I voted for Emma last because I saw other votes for her, and thought she was a better candidate than Deadpool... obviously I was wrong. I showed remorse for her because she was a person who was killed not banished. I've been banished from my home, just like Vader, so he can "suck it up", but I can't condone murder. Though I think it would make sense to vote for you, Evinlea I won't just vote for someone because they are accusing me, my vote falls on [B]Geno.[/B]


Schornforce 02-27-2007 07:51 PM

[QUOTE=Chris Lang;4452186]Cologne pondered this idea. "I doubt you would find much, but I suppose that rocky trail in the 'back yard' where we found Wesley Crusher's body can be searched. Though probably the only hair, fingerprints, and clothing scraps you'll find are those belonging to the victim."

"As for the other crime scene, I'm pretty sure Deadpool used his teleporting to get rid of anything incriminating. The pile of needles was long gone by the time we got there. And all that was left of Goku's body was the bones that the Rancor left behind. I doubt you would find anything useful there."

"So if you wish to search a crime scene, it's probably better to search the place where Wesley Crusher's body was found. Besides, if you searched the other crime scene, you might have to face the Rancor."

"However," Cologne added. "I sense that some of you are capable of overcoming the Rancor should you have to confront it."[/QUOTE]

[IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v112/Schornforce/AlysonHannigan-PressTour_160.jpg[/IMG]

"Oh! darn tootin' about that rancor thing. I'm sure that it's nothing compared to what roams Sunnydale at night-- oh, that's where I'm from, by the way. I'll try and see what there is to see. I assume most of the stormtroopers are good at covering their tracks-- and what wasn't swept away by them, Fatty McSlimeball eliminated-- like when he flung that boulder away, which, incidentally, could TOTALLY have been checked for clues. But still, as with anything, a lead's a lead... Thank you so much for your help, Cologne. I know it's total-stress-out for everyone, but you're the one who has to meet with Blubba the Hutt one-on-one and all. I know you must be all wigged out, too. Excuse me, okay? The watcher... heh. Watcher. I should ask Giles why his head isn't three times as big as his body.

Er.. the watcher needs me to plead my case. This seems total 'Perry Mason,' but I'll do my best.


Indigo Al 02-27-2007 07:53 PM

[QUOTE=The Purple Skull;4447882]OOC: Thanks man. I have the Wacky Races Complete Series DVD to thank for helping me get the Dick Dastardly character down.[/QUOTE]

OOC: As I type, I'm watching V: The Final Battle (I have finished V Part I), and I've got the lame-ass weekly series queued up on Netflix, just to help me channel Martin!


tangentman 02-27-2007 07:56 PM

[COLOR="Magenta"][I]The foul beast can't pose a significant challenge if one only needs cheap synthetic-fibered clothes to end its pitiful existence.[/I][/COLOR] The astral form of Emma Frost appeared beside Cologne. [COLOR="magenta"][I]Although that sensitivity might simply owe to [b]taste[/b], rather than allergies.[/I][/COLOR] Realizing that the others might find her post-mortem appearance shocking, Emma explained her non-corporeal presence. [COLOR="magenta"][I]Really, my dears, you mustn't look so surprised! Back home, a select caliber of telepaths are capable of surviving physical death by shifting onto the Astral Plane. What kind of woman would I be if I allowed trivial concerns like death to keep me down?[/I][/COLOR]

With that "said", Emma gave Evinlea a catty smile. [COLOR="magenta"][I][b]Loved[/b] your eulogy, dear. I only hope I can return the "favor" when that [u]tired[/u] body finally succumbs to the ravages of time. Judging by the wrinkles around your eyes, you don't appear to be far from it.[/I][/COLOR] After that shot, Emma added, [COLOR="magenta"][I]By the way, if you aren't the Bounty Hunter, I'll actually [b]wear[/b] that abomination you call 'formal wear'. In public, no less.[/I][/COLOR]


Schornforce 02-27-2007 08:10 PM

[IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v112/Schornforce/toughlove431.jpg[/IMG]

"Okay. No pressure, right? This is only gonna make me prove my innocence or totally have everyone think I'm some sorta big bad here." I whispered.

Donald kept gesturing at me to smile. I looked a bit perturbed, but he kept gesturing more and more wildly while the Watcher just shook his head a little and sighed.

[IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v112/Schornforce/AlySmile.jpg[/IMG]

I finally gave in since if Donald gestured any more exuberantly, he'd either fall over or give himself a hernia.

"Um, hi! I'm Willow, but you probably already knew that being all watcherly and all. Uh, well, right-- my innocence. I'm [I]totally[/I] innocent here. But-- then, I bet everyone says that. Okay.... Let me see- Oh! I'm encouraging everyone to do as much research as they can to know the various people here and to make better guesses... which would [I]so[/I] include me! Also, I'm not evil-- well, okay, I did flay a guy and try and blow up the world, but it was just that [I]one time[/I] and hello! Better now!

Okay, maybe that isn't the best arguement for my defense here, but... let me see-- OOoo! I know, if I was evil, I'd be making with the spooky black veiny badness. Since I'm y'know not looking all goth witchy and spooky, creepy, veiny, that means I'm not on an evil kick and therefore not the traitor, right?

...

right?" Man, I hate being put on the spot. It's totally like that time I was onstage for the high school play I had to be in. I'm freaking out a bit. I'm sure my nervousness wasn't winning a whole lotta points here, so I took a deep breath and tried again... still trying to appease Donald with a great big smile.

"Okay. Bottom line. I've been doing everything I can to help people formulate their own opinions. If I was a traitor, I totally wouldn't have mentioned research and so wouldn't be encouraging everyone to find out as much information as they can to help with how they vote. I also just mentioned to Cologne that maybe we could check out the scenes of the murders in an attempt to gather clues. Why would a traitor [B]want[/B] people to gather hard evidence and do detective work? I know I've done things... bad things before arriving here, but really, it was a few years ago-- plus, it's not as though I've ever discouraged anyone's ideas or tried to steer them away from any plans or investigations-- even at the risk of incriminating myself. Now, if you'll excuse me, I think I'm going to have a little nap."

The stress of being forced to be 'onstage' for all these glaring eyes takes its toll on me and I pass out.

OOC: Coincidentally, Willow's passed out when I have to leave-- so if anyone talks to her, she won't be back until tommorrow. :)


Chris Lang 02-27-2007 08:10 PM

[QUOTE=tangentman;4452300][COLOR="Magenta"][I]The foul beast can't pose a significant challenge if one only needs cheap synthetic-fibered clothes to end its pitiful existence.[/I][/COLOR] The astral form of Emma Frost appeared beside Cologne. [COLOR="magenta"][I]Although that sensitivity might simply owe to [b]taste[/b], rather than allergies.[/I][/COLOR] Realizing that the others might find her post-mortem appearance shocking, Emma explained her non-corporeal presence. [COLOR="magenta"][I]Really, my dears, you mustn't look so surprised! Back home, a select caliber of telepaths are capable of surviving physical death by shifting onto the Astral Plane. What kind of woman would I be if I allowed trivial concerns like death to keep me down?[/I][/COLOR]

With that "said", Emma gave Evinlea a catty smile. [COLOR="magenta"][I][b]Loved[/b] your eulogy, dear. I only hope I can return the "favor" when that [u]tired[/u] body finally succumbs to the ravages of time. Judging by the wrinkles around your eyes, you don't appear to be far from it.[/I][/COLOR] After that shot, Emma added, [COLOR="magenta"][I]By the way, if you aren't the Bounty Hunter, I'll actually [b]wear[/b] that abomination you call 'formal wear'. In public, no less.[/I][/COLOR][/QUOTE]

Cologne had seen many strange things in her three hundred years of life, so the sudden appearance of Emma Frost in astral form did not surprise her as much as it did some of the others.

"You're correct in saying that the Rancor is probably the least of our problems. Should we need to dispose of it in the near future, it should not pose too much of a problem for some of the people here."

"My apologies for the Bounty Hunter." Cologne said calmly. "My Bounty Hunter was just acting with what little information the group had been given."


Superheroic 02-27-2007 08:20 PM

[QUOTE=Emma Frost;4452300]Emma gave Evinlea a catty smile. [COLOR="magenta"][I][b]Loved[/b] your eulogy, dear. I only hope I can return the "favor" when that [u]tired[/u] body finally succumbs to the ravages of time. Judging by the wrinkles around your eyes, you don't appear to be far from it.[/I][/COLOR] After that shot, Emma added, [COLOR="magenta"][I]By the way, if you aren't the Bounty Hunter, I'll actually [b]wear[/b] that abomination you call 'formal wear'. In public, no less.[/I][/COLOR][/QUOTE]

"Poor unloved telepath," Evinlea stuck out her bottom lip. "If I were the Bounty Hunter I would have killed Martin since he was the one I voted on last round. I would not have needed a laser weapon to destroy you either, I have all the power I would need at my fingertips. You're challenge against me means less than a grain of sand upon this desert wasteland of a planet. Now if you are through casting aspersions upon my character perhaps you'd like to make a worthwhile contribution to our cause? Namely convince the rest of this worthless bunch to vote for the real Traitor, Quinn Mallory, and not that marionette Geno."


tangentman 02-27-2007 08:36 PM

[COLOR="Magenta"][i]Oh, [b]please[/b] stop being so [b]tedious[/b]! You sound like a petulant 17 year-old with a dire case of acne, rather than a goddess who should inspire humanity to a higher standard of existence.[/i][/COLOR] Smiling impishly, Emma added, [COLOR="magenta"][I]Then again, most so-called 'gods' I've ever encountered were little more than petty, unfettered egos driven to senility by their unending lifespans. Really, it's your lot who make atheism look so attractive![/I][/COLOR]

Expanding the psi-link to the others, Emma replied to Evinlea's defense. [COLOR="magenta"][I]Yes, yes, we've heard all about the Divine Cow's 'power'. 'I'm a child of the gods, I have the power of life and death and utter disregard for good taste at my fingertips, god, god, god, blah, blah, blah.[/I][/COLOR] Everyone "heard" a bored "sigh" in their thoughts.

[COLOR="magenta"][I]Of course, the dear woman conveniently left out the fact that I'd named her as a probable suspect just hours before my own demise. That I focused on Mr. Mallory and the ridiculous self-styled 'pirate' doesn't mean that I forgot about her.[/I][/COLOR] Emma turned an astral eye on Quinn and Luffy.

[COLOR="magenta"][I]I haven't forgotten about you two, either. I'm not fooled by your crocodile tears, Mr. Mallory. I still think that you're at the top of the suspect list. As for the boy--when such an unruly and obnoxious child suddenly becomes so quiet, one should [u]always[/u] become suspicious.[/I][/COLOR] She looked at Luffy through slitted eyes. [COLOR="magenta"][b]Highly[/b] suspicious.[/COLOR]


Kevin M. 02-27-2007 08:49 PM

" You guys going to help me get this gril us stairs" Marcus said as he pointed to the now uncoisious willo. " I think that she is done for the night "


Chris Lang 02-27-2007 08:51 PM

[QUOTE=bigboi2;4452601]" You guys going to help me get this gril us stairs" Marcus said as he pointed to the now uncoisious willo. " I think that she is done for the night "[/QUOTE]

"I will help." Cologne said, lifting Willow with surprising strength. Soon, Cologne and Marcus had reached Willow's chamber, where they laid the unconscious young woman on her bed.

"Let us go. She needs her rest." Cologne said. "The coming day is going to be busy." She moved to lead Marcus Fenix away from Willow's room.


Kevin M. 02-27-2007 09:00 PM

[QUOTE=Chris Lang;4452614]"I will help." Cologne said, lifting Willow with surprising strength. Soon, Cologne and Marcus had reached Willow's chamber, where they laid the unconscious young woman on her bed.

"Let us go. She needs her rest." Cologne said. "The coming day is going to be busy." She moved to lead Marcus Fenix away from Willow's room.[/QUOTE]

As he walked with Cologne a though entered his mind. " Wonder if there is any bear left"


Joe Acro 02-27-2007 09:07 PM

Courage had done some more research. Unfortunately, despite the plethora of knowledge his sarcastic, belittling computer contains, this research led to little.

While searching, the dog had a heard a voice in his head talking about some person, but he didn't understand it and very confused when it ceased.

Courage had overheard Willow's Doomtations predicament earlier and realized he could help. So, with his research done and the strange voice out of his head, he returned to main area. It had changed quite a bit. The bald guy had returned. Willow was pleading her defense. And the blonde woman was arguing with... the ghost of the other blonde woman.

Courage is no stranger to the paranormal, but seeing a ghost still freaked him out. He leapt into the air, landing on the Watcher's head.


The Purple Skull 02-27-2007 09:22 PM

[QUOTE=Joe Acro;4452670]Courage had done some more research. Unfortunately, despite the plethora of knowledge his sarcastic, belittling computer contains, this research led to little.

While searching, the dog had a heard a voice in his head talking about some person, but he didn't understand it and very confused when it ceased.

Courage had overheard Willow's Doomtations predicament earlier and realized he could help. So, with his research done and the strange voice out of his head, he returned to main area. It had changed quite a bit. The bald guy had returned. Willow was pleading her defense. And the blonde woman was arguing with... the ghost of the other blonde woman.

Courage is no stranger to the paranormal, but seeing a ghost still freaked him out. He leapt into the air, landing on the Watcher's head.[/QUOTE] [COLOR="Indigo"]Get off my head you crusty canine! Did you just soil yourself on my head?![/COLOR]

Positively Donald: You know, my therapist told me whenever I experience a negative event, I should always find a way to turn into something positive. Let's try it here. So the dog jumped on top of your head. Not usually a good thing, right? Well let's put it this way. It is pretty chilly here at the palace. By jumping on your head, Courage provided you with some cranial warmth.

Now you also said, that he might have urinated on you. I know what you're thinking, what good can come out of that? Well I have been doing some reading, and I believe I read somewhere that dog urine can help open up your pores, cleansing your skin. Spiritually speaking, I believe it can also provide you with a more positive aura. And that is what we are trying to do here, right? Staying positive!

(Big smile on Donald's face.)

(Sigh) [COLOR="Indigo"]Let us go. Willow plead her case. We are done for today.[/COLOR]

Leaves with a Puff of Smoke and the Top Gun Anthem playing in the background.


Weirdopky 02-27-2007 10:10 PM

after seeing the Rogue watcher and Donald, Dr. Cox was perplexed.

[COLOR="Teal"]Yokay, here's the deal. You, guy with the freakishly large head, why is it that you have such a huge head? (Noticing Donald being upbeat reminded Dr. Cox of JD.) You, Newbie, what the hell is wrong hwith ya? Don't ya see that we rea-he-heally don't waunt (want) to listen to you while you vomit sunshine? People aren't naturally good, as you might think, and I told a Doctor once, people are bastard coated bastards with bastard filling. The sooner you get that through yewr (your) skull, the better. Now go away. You annoy me, along with everyone else here.[/COLOR]

Then, they poofed away.

[COLOR="Teal"]Euoh (oh), so I guess they listened to my advice. Thank God, that guy was getting on my nerves.[/COLOR]


moonknight2099 02-27-2007 10:11 PM

[I]I had heard Evinlea accuse Quinn af being a traitor. I knew there was no way she was right. Quinn was a good guy, he couldn't have killed anyone. So I walked over to Evinlea and said[/I]

"Now listen here um.. Evinlea. I have been helping Quinn for a while now, and I don't think he could have killed anyone. You seem more guilty than anyone. Acting like we are all beneath you. You haven't shown any emotion when someone died. What kind of monster are you?"

[I]I walked away from her. I needed to get back to my research. Trying to help Quinn figure out how we could both get home was hard work. I overheared Quinn vote and figured I had better do the same.[/I]

"I really think Evinlea my be a traitor but for this round I will go with the group and vote [B]Geno[/B]. He has been very quiet for most of the game. I think it maybe a way to through off suspition."


Joe Acro 02-27-2007 10:51 PM

When the Watcher teleported away, Courage fell to the ground, landing with a "PLUMP" sound.

This did not phase him much. He simply rubbed his side, which had received the bulk of the impact. Then realizing he still needed to give Willow the Doomtations CD, he rushed to her chambers, where Cologne had taken her after her spell.

OOC: That's where I'll leave off tonight. Good night, everyone.


Chris Lang 02-27-2007 11:21 PM

[QUOTE=Joe Acro;4453156]When the Watcher teleported away, Courage fell to the ground, landing with a "PLUMP" sound.

This did not phase him much. He simply rubbed his side, which had received the bulk of the impact. Then realizing he still needed to give Willow the Doomtations CD, he rushed to her chambers, where Cologne had taken her after her spell.

OOC: That's where I'll leave off tonight. Good night, everyone.[/QUOTE]

Cologne took a look at the Doomtations CD. Among the titles featured were a number of new versions of old 60s classics, including 'Mr. Tambourine Man' and 'Turn, Turn, Turn'. But also included was a hip-hop remix of the Latverian National Anthem, and one or two original tracks inspired by events at Castle Doom within the previous Traitor Game.

Cologne thought it was interesting, but mostly a distraction. So she left the CD in Willow's quarters, and headed back to the library.

Cologne was surprised by the large amount of votes for Geno. But she was not a player herself, so it was not her place to say anything one way or the other about it. [COLOR="LemonChiffon"]It disturbed her, nonetheless.[/COLOR]

Cologne turned her attention to the crumpled note she had found. She was pretty sure she knew who had written it. She was also pretty sure that the writer of that note was probably not going to be in the game much longer. Especially considering what she had heard about the previous Traitor Games.

Cologne finally spoke. "There is still plenty of time for people to vote or change their votes. But tomorrow, there will be another murder. It will be Darth Jubba's Imperial Stormtroopers again. And I have this terrible feeling that this next murder will be ... different somehow. I have my suspicions, but I dare not say them out loud. All I can say is that when we find someone murdered after the banishment, we may have a further nasty surprise. What that surprise will be, I do not know."


The Purple Skull 02-28-2007 12:08 AM

Traitor Game Announcer: Welcome back, Traitor Game fans! We we last left off, Shifty Dick Dastardly voted for [B]Marcus Fenix[/B]. He then tried to catch Fenix in a trap he liked to call a "kursnap". Unfortunately, the plan failed and it was Dastardly himself who was kursnapped. Hilarity ensued.

[COLOR="Purple"]There was nothing funny with that, Mr. Announcer![/COLOR]

TGA: So what's your next plan, Dick?

[COLOR="Purple"]I'm glad you asked. I have devised a plan that is guaranteed to work![/COLOR]

TGA: How so?

[COLOR="Purple"]Well if you look to your right, you will see that I have constructed a water tower. However, instead of the tank containing water, it contains a few gallons of chocolate fudge. Underneath the tank is a piece of dynamite with a long detonator fuse that reaches the ground. And underneath the tower is a small hole I dug up.

Here's the plan, I will wind up this toy soldier. There is a long string with a cork attached to the soldier. At the end of the cork is another fuse that is already lit.

Now, once Mr. Fenix is within range, the toy soldier will march into the hole, and it will be plugged up by the cork. The fuse attached to the end of the cork will then light up the other longer fuse.

Once the fuse reaches the dynamite, it will blow up the bottom of the tank. It will then release the chocolate fudge. You can say that Mr. Fenix will be caught in a real sticky situation. Mwahaha! [/COLOR]

[IMG]http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b385/Orlando716/dastardly.gif[/IMG]

[COLOR="Purple"]Here he comes![/COLOR]

(Sends the toy soldier on its way. It reaches the hole, and the fuse attached to the cork lights up the the other fuse. However, the fuse goes out before it could reach the dynamite.)

[COLOR="Purple"]Drat! The fuse went out! I'll have to re-light it myself.[/COLOR]

(Dastardly re-lights the fuse. However, in mere seconds...)

[SIZE="3"][B]KABOOM![/B][/SIZE]

(The dynamite explodes early, sending gallons and gallons of chocolate fudge flowing right onto Dastardly.)

[COLOR="Purple"]Drat![/COLOR]

Muttley: (Snickers)

[IMG]http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b385/Orlando716/muttley.jpg[/IMG]

[COLOR="Purple"]Don't just stand there, dumb-dumb. Get me out of this![/COLOR]

(Muttley begins eating the chocolate fudge.)

TGA: Haha, Muttley sure has a sweet tooth. Stay tuned, Traitor Game fans! More fun is on the way!



RUMINATIONS: Ah, lots of fun stuff here. From the 'Kursnap' trap to Emma Frost's return in astral form and Willow's fainting, there's lots of great stuff here. A lot of the players were on their A Game.

Beginning of the game: Page One, Page Two

The last few pages: Page Ten, Page Eleven, Page Twelve, Page Thirteen

The re-presentation continues in Page Fifteen.

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