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And now part 27 of the Traitor Game Essentials re-presentation of Traitor Game VII: A Galaxy Far, Far Away. In this installment, Cologne has a meeting with someone who might be one of the Powers That Be behind the Traitor Games.



Eternal Torment 03-06-2007 04:11 PM

Surviving characters: Zasalamel.

Banished: Scourge and Undertaker.

Killed: Onslaught (By the Bounty Hunter).

When I think about it, I was either a civilian or the one time I get to have a role, my character is the first to die. That's pretty sad.

At least this game, I managed to get most of my votes right.


Kevin M. 03-06-2007 04:36 PM

Look forward to it. I mite return as Marcus Fenix, or a Decepticon.


Guy1 03-06-2007 05:02 PM

A Meal for the Heavens: Farewell Ruler of All. Tendou finished his work in the kitchen of the base. He looked over the meals. "These should be good." He then stepped out. "Grandmother said this:During meals an angel descends, for it is a sacred time. If you receive a little kindness, give them a large serving." He said to Cologne and Ukyo. "I left both of you a personally cooked meal. Before you go, please take the time to enjoy it." Tendou said as he walked towards the portal.


Chris Lang 03-06-2007 06:56 PM

[QUOTE=Guy1;4489475]Tendou finished his work in the kitchen of the base. He looked over the meals. "These should be good." He then stepped out. "Grandmother said this: During meals an angel descends, for it is a sacred time. If you receive a little kindness, give them a large serving." He said to Cologne and Ukyo. "I left both of you a personally cooked meal. Before you go, please take the time to enjoy it." Tendou said as he walked towards the portal.[/QUOTE]

Ukyo took a bite out of the meal. "Mmm, this is good!" she said. "You know, I only briefly saw this Tendou guy during the previous game, and didn't have a chance to speak with him then. I didn't know he was a good cook in addition to being a good fighter."

"In that respect, he has much in common with both of us." Cologne said with a smile. "He also has a healthy respect for his elders."

Just then, Shampoo arrived at the office. "Shampoo is ready to go home, great-grandmother." she said.

"There is still some unfinished business to attend to, Shampoo." Cologne replied. "Once it is done, then we shall return."

A thought occured to Ukyo. "Wait a minute. We haven't seen the King since that last battle with Darth Jubba. Where's he disappeared to?"

"The King comes and goes at will." replied Cologne. "Back during the first Traitor Game I was a part of, he surprised people by showing up in strange places and disappearing just as quickly. However, I believe I can find him with the monitors in this office."

Cologne then turned to Darth Jubba's monitors. "Hmm. He appears to be in Mos Eisley for some reason."

Indeed, on the monitor screen that showed Mos Eisley, the King was on the street, looking at all the buildings. He seemed to be carefully scrutinizing the area. "Hmm...I have my suspicions about what he is doing there..." Cologne said.

"Wait a minute!" replied Ukyo, as she realized what the Chinese Amazon elder was suspecting. "You don't mean that he..."

"As a matter of fact, I believe that he is going to do exactly what we think." Cologne replied. "Our acquaintance is soon going to open Tatooine's first [U]Burger King[/U] franchise in Mos Eisley."

Ukyo paused, as this sunk in. She quickly changed the subject. "Cologne, what are you going to do with that dimensional device you took from Darth Jubba?"

Cologne paused. "This dimensional device is very dangerous. I cannot allow it to fall into the wrong hands. And yet...I know what you are thinking. You wish to use it to send letters or other gifts to your friends from the previous game, don't you?"

Ukyo nodded. "Yes." she said.

"I have a solution to that." Cologne said. What appeared to be a small mailbox appeared on the desk.

"This is an Interdimensional Mailbox." Cologne said. "I have already placed one like it in my study back at the Nekohanten. With it, we can send letters to our acquaintances in other dimensions whenever we want to, even after I have disposed of the interdimensional device. The Mailboxes are protected, so if they were to fall into the wrong hands, no one could send anything harmful through them."

"I have also placed other such Mailboxes in places where the people we might wish to send messages to are likely to find them. I have sent one to a place on Pokemon Island that Meowth knows better than anyone else. I have sent another to a place important to Donna Troy. And I have sent another to Willow's sanctum. Among other places." Cologne replied. "They can be most helpful, especially in letting people know that someone from their dimension might be involved in the next Traitor Game."

"The next game..." Ukyo replied. "Who do you think's going to be in the next game?"

"All I know for sure is that the Organization that Zasalamel is a part of will send another one of their agents. But who that agent is, I have no idea." Cologne replied.

"Shampoo, you and Ukyo should go now. Speak with those who are still here. There is someone I wish to talk to alone, in this office."

Ukyo and Shampoo abruptly left the office. "Who is great-grandmother talking about?" Shampoo asked.

"I don't know." said Ukyo. "I don't think it's one of the players. But I'm sure it's someone who had something to do with getting this game started."

OOC: I'm saving Cologne's conversation with that someone for my next epilogue post. :)


Superheroic 03-06-2007 07:16 PM

[QUOTE=Joe Acro;4489191]I see that the game has come to an end in my absence. I will check the results at a more convenient time. I'd provide an epilogue, but I lack the time and inspiration to do so. Sorry.

As for my game, I will start the sign-up thread Thursday and leave it open until Saturday evening (unless y'all think that's too short). I should be back at the dorm by then and be able to successfully start running the next game. Sound good? I hope so.[/QUOTE]

Fine with me though you might want it to go a little longer, say until Monday night. But I'll be there regardless.


Chris Lang 03-06-2007 07:37 PM

[QUOTE=Superheroic;4490364]Fine with me though you might want it to go a little longer, say until Monday night. But I'll be there regardless.[/QUOTE]

OOC: Monday night is fine with me. I think I could use the extra time. I have a character in mind, but I could use some time looking back at the source material to get the character down.


Indigo Al 03-06-2007 08:05 PM

1 Attachment(s)[COLOR="green"]"Cologne, I am about to head back to my reality,"[/COLOR] Martin said, as he stopped by her office. [COLOR="green"]"I do it with a heavy heart. This world, this reality, has seen nothing but victories over tyranny, and lives comfortably in a multi-species society.

I'm returning to deception, oppression and war, where such a victory won't be nearly as simple.

I'm very glad to have met you Cologne, and I wish you the best back in your world. The human resistance - even my allies back in our homeworld - would be lucky to have your wisdom and guidance to rely upon...."[/COLOR]



Half an hour later, he was ready to step through the portal back to the L.A. Mothership. Unbeknownst to him, his human "skin" had suffered the wear and tear of battle during the final showdown with Darth Jubba. He saw Courage as he approached the portal.

[COLOR="Green"][B]"Pre-te-nama OUT!"[/B][/COLOR] he shouted to the dog, flashing a "V" sign with his fingers.

[IMG]http://www.dvdscan.com/v_x6.jpg[/IMG]


Indigo Al 03-06-2007 08:33 PM

OOC: Can't wait to find out what this mystery concerning Tara is about!

My stats thus far

[B]Alive[/B] Archie Andrews - Traitor and winner! Martin

[B]Dead[/B] Bill aka Snake Charmer (killed by Rorschach I believe?) Prez Rickard (killed by Captain America)

I'm all set with a character for the next round - who can hopefully serve as host for the Halloween game I have in mind....:evilsmile


The Purple Skull 03-06-2007 09:07 PM

[B]EPILOGUE - DICK DASTARDLY, MUTTLEY, AND THE ANNOUNCER[/B]


Traitor Game Announcer: Welcome back Traitor Game fans! As the other players continue tying up any necessary loose ends, Dick Dastardly has finally gotten himself out of that sticky situation he was in.

[COLOR="Purple"]No thanks to anybody![/COLOR]

TGA: This has truly been a wacky experience for all of us.

(Eyes widen.) [COLOR="Purple"]Speaking of which! There is a Wacky Race that is still need to be won! This will truly be the greatest day of my life. First, sole champion of the Traitor Game. Then in just a bit, undisputed Wacky Races champion. Tomorrow, I shall be king of the world! Mwahahaha![/COLOR]

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

[COLOR="Purple"]So long losers![/COLOR]

(What Dastardly failed to notice was that he was standing behind his Kursnap trap. The trap kursnaps right at Dastardly's rear end.)

[B][COLOR="Purple"][SIZE="3"]YOWCH!!!![/SIZE][/COLOR][/B]

(This causes Dastardly to jump right through the portal.)

TGA: After you, Muttley.

(Before he leaves, Muttley blows Willow a kiss goodbye.)

TGA: Goodbye everybody! It was really fun!


[B][U]Scene switches back to the Wacky Race[/U][/B]


(Dastardly drops down with a relatively soft landing.)

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

(Ok, maybe not.)

[COLOR="Purple"]Ow! Ow! Ow! Ok...who's idea was it to put the portal all the way up there?[/COLOR]

(Points up to show that the portal was really, really, really, high up.)

[COLOR="Purple"]And it didn't help that Muttley and that stupid announcer landed on top of me! My god, you two are heavy![/COLOR]

Wacky Races Announcer: Sorry, Dick. (Laughs) I guess Muttley and I got spoiled by Cologne's excellent cooking.

(Dastardly takes a look around.)

[COLOR="Purple"]Are we back?[/COLOR]

WRA: Yes I think so. Look, my name switched back to being the Wacky Races announcer. I think we're back where we left off before being sent to Darth Jubba's Palace.

[COLOR="Purple"]I believe you are right. Look! There's the finish line. Now to claim victory![/COLOR]

(Notices something out of place.)

[COLOR="Purple"]Wait a minute....where's the Mean Machine? Curses! I left it behind at the Palace! Bah! No matter. I'll just cross the finish line by foot.[/COLOR]

(Muttley hastily runs away.)

[COLOR="Purple"]Where are you going Muttley?! The finish line is that way![/COLOR]

WRA: You might want to turn around, Dick.

[COLOR="Purple"]Why is tha----OH NO!!!!![/COLOR]

[IMG]http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b385/Orlando716/DastardlyandMuttley12.jpg[/IMG]

(Numerous Wacky Racers run over Dick Dastardly.)

WRA: And at the finish line, the winner is......Peter Perfect in the Turbo Terrific! Coming in second is the Arkansas Chug-A-Bug with Luke & Blubber Bear! And in third is the Ant-Hill Mob in their Bulletproof Bomb! And lying on the road dead last is the self-proclaimed "King of the World", Dick Dastardly. (Laughs) So close yet so far, Dick.

[COLOR="Purple"]Curses! Foiled Again! Drat! Double Drat! Triple Drat![/COLOR]

WRA: Tough break, Dick.

[COLOR="Purple"]It's not fair! It's just not fair![/COLOR] (Cries....Again)

Muttley: (Snickers)

[IMG]http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b385/Orlando716/muttley3.jpg[/IMG]

WRA: Oh Dastardly, you'll slay us all.

Well that's it folks! A most unusual event has come and gone. We'll see you next time, Wacky Races/Traitor Game fans!


OOC: And with that, Dick Dastardly's story comes to a close. I'll still be around posting in this thread. Maybe I'll do an epilogue for the Rogue Watcher and Positively Donald. Not sure yet. Hopefully my upcoming schedule won't be too daunting so I can play the next game.


Chris Lang 03-06-2007 09:12 PM

The Secret of the Traitor Games revealed?


Cologne watched Martin go, and quickly wrote a letter. She then deposited it in the Interdimensional Mailbox. The letter read as follows:

[QUOTE]Martin, victories over tyranny and oppression are never easy. They require the right strategies, and most importantly, teamwork. Our victory over Darth Jubba required the cooperation of several different people. The victory you hope to achieve will require teamwork as well. If your allies within the Fifth Column can work together with the human resistance, they may very well prevail. I wish you the best of luck.

The Elder Cologne of the Joketsuzoku[/QUOTE]

As she finished mailing the letter, a voice spoke. "[COLOR="Blue"]I believe that just before Martin left, you were calling me?[/COLOR]"

Cologne turned, to see a figure dressed in white robes standing near the doorway. She could tell nothing further about the figure. But she guessed who it was. "You are the same being who supplied Darth Jubba with the interdimensional device. Am I correct?"

"[COLOR="Blue"]You are correct. I must say that I am impressed. It seems you chose the right Agents and the right Vigilante after all[/COLOR]." the being replied.

"You know why I called you. I wanted to know [I]why[/I] you supplied someone as evil as Darth Jubba with the means to access other dimensions."

"[COLOR="Blue"]I think you've already guessed that[/COLOR]." the being replied. "[COLOR="Blue"]You see, the Traitor Games [U]are[/U] a test. They're a test for everyone who's involved with them.[/COLOR]"

"[COLOR="Blue"]They're a test for the non-Traitors, who have to find out just who the Traitors are and eliminate them before they claim another victim. They're a test for the Traitors, who have to eliminate as many of the others as they can without being caught. They're also a test for the Hosts, who have to pick the right people to play special roles in the game.[/COLOR]"

"I knew that much already." Cologne replied. "If you don't mind, would you tell me [I]why[/I] you are testing beings in this manner."

"[COLOR="Blue"]Look, everyone involved in these Traitor Games wants something, including the Hosts. You want to ensure the future happiness of your great-granddaughter and the Chinese Amazons. Ukyo Kuonji wants Ranma to see her as more than just a friend. Dr. Doom wants power. Archie Andrews wants the right girlfriend. Martin wants to defeat the tyrannical Visitor leaders. Dick Dastardly wants to actually win a Wacky Race. The Burger King wants more franchises[/COLOR]."

"[COLOR="Blue"]I could go on, but you get the point. You see, by putting people from all these universes through these Traitor Games, we might be giving them the strength and will to overcome the problems they face in their normal lives. They might not always get what they want, but they might end up with enough internal strength to get through their disappointments, and become better and wiser people.[/COLOR]"

"[COLOR="Blue"]That is, if they pass the test. Darth Jubba failed, but you, I see, have passed with flying colors. And so I've decided to reward you by showing up and telling you all this. I hope what I've told you satisfies you, because it's just about all I'm allowed to tell you about the Traitor Games[/COLOR]."

"I see. But you did say 'we', implying that you are not the only one of your kind." Cologne replied.

"[COLOR="Blue"]Not much gets by you, does it? I'm surprised you didn't spot both of that evil Santa Claus' Renegade Elves early on. Yes, there are several of us. But that's all I'll tell you. Now, I think you should hand over that Orb of Dimensional Power.[/COLOR]"

"I meant what I said a short while ago. I cannot allow this device to fall into the wrong hands. If I knew how to destroy it, I would have done so already." Cologne told the being.

"[COLOR="Blue"]If you can't destroy it, you might as well send it back where it came from. We've got plenty more devices like it, so it won't make a difference. So to keep it from being stolen by someone who'll use it for something far worse than a Traitor Game, I suggest you give it back to me.[/COLOR]" the being replied.

Cologne sighed. She decided the being was right. Slowly, she handed the dimensional device to the being.

"[COLOR="Blue"]Good. By the way, I'll tell you a few more things. We are the ones who messed with that television set so that you saw all those scenes. I decided to give you a little hint about what was going on with Quinn Mallory. You should feel proud of yourself, Cologne. Once you've done everything you want to do here, you should go home and concentrate again on your normal life. Take the next two Traitor Games off. I think you've earned the rest.[/COLOR]"

"[COLOR="Blue"]So long for now![/COLOR]". There was a flash of light, and when it cleared, both the being and the dimensional device were gone.

Cologne sat for a while, pondering the beings' words. She realized that this might be as close as she would get to unravelling the mystery of the Traitor Games.

She looked at the monitors. The transporters that led people back to their own universes were still there. But Cologne still was not quite ready to leave yet. She left the office, to speak to Ukyo and Shampoo, and to see if anyone else wished to say goodbye to her before they left.

OOC: Well, this sort of wraps up that subplot about Cologne wanting to know more about the Traitor Games. At least for now. I'll have a few more bits with Cologne and Ukyo, but in the next Traitor Game, I'll be playing someone from a different universe. While Cologne may be taking the next two Traitor Games off, I think I'd like to participate in them. :)


Chris Lang 03-06-2007 10:13 PM

[QUOTE=The Purple Skull;4491008]WRA: Oh Dastardly, you'll slay us all.

Well that's it folks! A most unusual event has come and gone. We'll see you next time, Wacky Races/Traitor Game fans!


OOC: And with that, Dick Dastardly's story comes to a close. I'll still be around posting in this thread. Maybe I'll do an epilogue for the Rogue Watcher and Positively Donald. Not sure yet. Hopefully my upcoming schedule won't be too daunting so I can play the next game.[/QUOTE]

OOC: Dastardly just can't get a break, can he? :) But it's fun to watch him try, anyway. :D

Looking forward to seeing you in the next game!


Weirdopky 03-06-2007 10:49 PM

So, Dr. Cox had returned to Sacred Heart, and helped get Mrs. McMullen her surgery, along with helping Jordan through her pregnancy. Later on in the day, though, JD decided to speak with him about the game.

[COLOR="DarkOrange"]Soooooo, Dr. Cox, do you believe me now about the traitor games? I mean, come on, that guy who was here a couple of weeks ago is actually a Superhero, Moon Knight. I'd gotten to wear his costume. It was fantastic. You should've seen me. It was like my old days of musical theater.[/COLOR]

JD turns his head up at an angle, ready for a fantasy. Then, cut to a scene of him dancing in a ballerina tu-tu.

Back at the Hospital.

[COLOR="Teal"]Dear God, Martha, what do you think I am? Your little gossipping girlfriends, and by girlfriends, I don't mean someone you have nerdy white sex with, but one of your friends who paints your toenails and gossips with you. For the love of god, leave me alone. So I saw some weird people. It's been my exposure to you for the past six years. Leave me the hell alone, or I swear to god, you'll be yourinating (urinating) through your ayss (ass) for the next THREE WEEKS!![/COLOR]

[COLOR="DarkOrange"]Ok, sure, no problem.[/COLOR]

He runs to go find Turk.

[COLOR="Teal"]I guess that newbie was right for once. These games are dangerous. Hmm, I'm gonna punch out and watch a little "Heroes"[/COLOR]

cut to Dr. Cox sitting on the couch, in his Detroit Redwings Jersey, sipping a budweiser, watching "Heroes."

Hiro Nakamura has just found his sword to give him his powers back.

[COLOR="Red"]Yata!! (I did it!)[/COLOR]

He takes the sword,

[IMG]http://i80.photobucket.com/albums/j163/Weirdopky/Random%20ass%20pics/hirowithsword.jpg[/IMG] puts it in the sheathe, and instantly disappears.

[COLOR="Teal"]Yokay, he did his power. But why that soon?[/COLOR]

Then, the screen starts flickering, and the words "HE'S BEEN CHOSEN" appear on the screen.

[COLOR="Teal"]Dear god, just when the show was getting good, and their best character gets shoved into the next game, that's pretty fast.[/COLOR]

OOC: Ok, so I'm doing it really early, but I thought it would be cool to connect them. So yeah, I've decided to go with Hiro Nakamura as of last night's episode. He has his sword, and the powers. Sorry if I ruined it for anyone, but what the hell, it showed it in the commercials, so don't blame me.


Crimson King 03-06-2007 11:21 PM

Deadpool: Hey, I'm still here. Hello, I'm seeking attention. *smacks the reader across the face* If there's another traitor game, I'm in. Don't say my invitation got lost. I steal the mailman's job to make sure it [B]won't[/B] get lost. Hey, I'm still talking! Don't look away! I want in!!


Chris Lang 03-06-2007 11:24 PM

[QUOTE=Crimson King;4491790]Deadpool: Hey, I'm still here. Hello, I'm seeking attention. *smacks the reader across the face* If there's another traitor game, I'm in. Don't say my invitation got lost. I steal the mailman's job to make sure it [B]won't[/B] get lost. Hey, I'm still talking! Don't look away! I want in!![/QUOTE]

OOC: We'll be glad to have you in the next Traitor Game. Don't worry about it. :)



Jeff-E 03-06-2007 11:56 PM

Wow, get caught up at work for a couple of days, and the game ends. Congrats to those who survived. I think the next game I may play a character I've already played before.

BiC-Epilogue- A red slide portal opens up, and out steps a fully gotee'd Quinn. "Well, you know what? You're all beneath me, I've got other dimensions to screw up, so see ya!"

OoC it was fun guys. Hopefully next time I'll last a little longer.

Chris Lang 03-07-2007 01:45 AM

OOC: By the way, that being in that previous Cologne scene wasn't just brought in out of left field. Check out Page 7 and Darth Jubba's prologue. That's where the being was first (and last) seen.

IC:

Cologne met Ukyo at the main reception area. She was about to talk about her conversation with the being, but Ukyo had something to say first.

"I just saw Dick Dastardly leave." Ukyo told Cologne. "He was bragging about how he practically won this Traitor Game himself. He just made a few lucky guesses, that's all. And like you said, it was a team effort. A lot of people won this for our side."

Cologne nodded. "I expected as much from him. And I suspect that he will never know just how helpful Muttley was during the final stages of that battle against the Sandpeople and the Battledroids, though everyone else certainly knows."

"That Martin guy also just left." Ukyo reported. "But he spooked Courage the dog one more time before he went. I don't think he meant to that time, though."

"Martin has other enemies to face back in his home world. All we can do is wish him luck." Cologne stated. "Now, I have something to tell you. I met with the being who supplied Darth Jubba with that interdimensional device."

Cologne told of her meeting with the being, and everything the being had said. When she was finished, Ukyo looked at the elder thoughtfully.

"Do you really think that being was one of those behind the hosts? I mean, a lot of that stuff the being was saying makes sense. It explains a lot. But still, are you sure?"

Cologne gazed at the young okonomiyaki cook. "I believe it was. I did not have the chance to ask it about the future Traitor Games, so I have no further information on them outside of the CD Willow gave me."

Ukyo thought some more. "So, the being said these Traitor Games are some sort of test so that we might end up being more mentally capable of dealing with the challenges of our lives?"

"Yes." said Cologne. "And the being did say 'might'."

Ukyo smiled, thinking again about Dick Dastardly. "Well, I guess it works with some of us, but not everyone."

Just then, Shampoo approached. She had apparently been listening to them for a while. "Shampoo want to know if this means you will be there for her. Great-grandmother has been spending too much time with these Traitor Games."

Cologne smiled. "Do not worry, Shampoo. I believe I will not be a part of the next Traitor Game, or at least not a major part of it, so I will have more time to help you in the near future. I have found out much about the Traitor Games today. There are still some things I do not know, but what I have learned will have to do for now."

"I took a look at that CD myself." Ukyo said. "It seems like all the past Traitor Game hosts are listed there, and a lot of future ones, too. Immortus, Madame Xanadu, those two Norse Gods. Then there's that Charon, who sounds like he's from the same universe as Evinlea. But who is this Davy Jones?"

"Shampoo knows!" the young Amazon exclaimed. "He is famous singer who claims he is a monkey!"

Cologne shook her head. "No, my dear. I do not believe that is the Davy Jones the CD is talking about. I have read further, and apparently this Davy Jones is an evil creature who commands a ship called the Flying Dutchman. He captures endangered sailors and presses them into service aboard his vessel."

"And this guy might be part of a future Traitor Game?" Ukyo asked.

"He may very well be." Cologne said, nodding. "Only time will tell."

"If what I read on that CD is right, that scenario isn't scheduled to happen for a while." Ukyo replied. "It looks like these beings behind the Hosts have actually scheduled which host goes next. Right now, it looks like Immortus is going to be the next one."

"That will be interesting." Cologne said. "Anyway, our business here is almost concluded. We will be leaving this place soon."

OOC: That 'Davy Jones' of the 'Pirates of the Carribean' scenario is one that may or may not get used if I ever host a Traitor Game again. I just thought I'd mention it here. If I come up with more details, I'll probably post them some time.


Indigo Al 03-07-2007 08:16 AM

[QUOTE=Jeff-E;4492039]Wow, get caught up at work for a couple of days, and the game ends. Congrats to those who survived. I think the next game I may play a character I've already played before.

BiC-Epilogue- A red slide portal opens up, and out steps a fully gotee'd Quinn. "Well, you know what? You're all beneath me, I've got other dimensions to screw up, so see ya!"

OoC it was fun guys. Hopefully next time I'll last a little longer.[/QUOTE]

Part of the reason I chose Martin was that I thought it would be cool to have an "episodic sci-fi" flavor in this game - that's why I liked that Quinn and Sam Beckett/Punisher were in.


Chris Lang 03-07-2007 08:42 AM

[QUOTE=Indigo Al;4493183]Part of the reason I chose Martin was that I thought it would be cool to have an "episodic sci-fi" flavor in this game - that's why I liked that Quinn and Sam Beckett/Punisher were in.[/QUOTE]

OOC: I thought it was great that Martin, Quinn, and Sam Beckett were a part of the game. It helped enhance the 'sci fi' atmosphere.

For quite some time now, I've been thinking of having my character choices for the other scenarios sort of match the scenarios. For the 'Valhalla' scenario, I've been considering a character from the Hercules/Xena universe. For tangentman's Madame Xanadu scenario, I've been considering a character from the Marvel universe. As for Joe Acro's -- we'll, I won't say which universe yet, but I have a character in mind. I might need to go back to the source material to get that character down, though.

More to come, including Cologne and Ukyo possibly sending a few letters in that Interdimensional Mailbox, their return home, and some 'mini-epilogues' for the various NPCs such as Wesley Crusher, Kenny McCormick, the Max Rebo Band, and others. Also, I have some 'curtain call' pics like the ones I posted at the end of the previous game I'd like to share soon.

And yes, I've thought more about that 'pirate' scenario, but I'll only post more details if people ask about it. It's going to be a while before it gets used if it ever does, anyway.


Superheroic 03-07-2007 08:45 AM

For the next game I'm thinking of playing a DC Villain. I have yet to play someone I'd consider a villain in the Traitor Game. Morally ambiguous maybe, but not a villain. Methinks it's time to give it a go.


Chris Lang 03-07-2007 11:31 AM

OOC: Okay, here's the first of the NPC epilogues, before I do the wrapup posts with Cologne and Ukyo...

IC:

As Cologne and Ukyo went about their business, others also left the palace.

[B]Wesley Crusher[/B] had returned to the Star Trek universe, somewhat embarassed by his behavior earlier in the game. After leaving Starfleet Academy, he began studying under the Traveller. The Traveller would help unlock the potential many of the Traitor Game players had seen in young Mr. Crusher.

[B]Batman[/B] returned to Gotham City, and tried to confiscate as many of those 'Traitor Game: The Many Deaths of Batman' DVDs as he could. Alas, by the time he returned, many of Gotham's criminal element had seen the DVDs, and enjoyed seeing the various gruesome ways Batman had been murdered in previous Traitor Games. This made said criminals much bolder, but on the brighter side, it also made many of them overconfident, and even easier prey for the Darknight Detective.

[B]Kenny McCormick[/B] was actually one of the first to leave, returning to his homeworld before Zasalamel and the others in the Organization left. Kenny assumed that he'd be safer back in South Park. No such luck, as he soon was viciously killed by a gang of crazed turkeys. But of course, a week later he would be up and about again as if nothing had happened.

[B]The Rancor Keeper[/B] wept over the loss of the Rancor in the final battle. Realizing that this world probably no longer had a Rancor in it, since it was such a rare creature, he chose to go to the alternate 'Star Wars' universe Darth Vader had come from. He reasoned that if things were so different in that universe that Vader and his son were allies, this other world might still have a Rancor in it. He materialized in that universe's Tatooine, and began his search for that universe's Rancor.

[B]Littlebit Fortuna[/B], the palace butler, began preparing his resume. He knew that Cologne would only be his new employer until she returned to her own world. He had no real interest in leaving the only world he knew to go work for Cologne at the Nekohanten in Nerima, so he had politely declined that offer. He wasn't worried, though. He heard that a new food place was going to open in Mos Eisley soon, and he intended to apply for a job there.

Cologne, meanwhile, had watched all of this on the monitors in the office. She and Ukyo had only a few more things to do. And then they and Shampoo would return home.

OOC: Coming soon -- I'll be posting the PMs from the Traitors and the Bounty Hunter, as well as Cologne and Ukyo's wrapup. Watch for them. :)

EDIT: And oh, if anyone wants to see what's on that DVD Batman was so concerned about, I'll gladly post a sort of 'Traitor Game clip show' showing how Batman died in the previous Traitor Games. But only if people ask. :)


Schornforce 03-07-2007 12:01 PM

[QUOTE=Indigo Al;4490852]OOC: Can't wait to find out what this mystery concerning Tara is about! [/QUOTE]

[IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v112/Schornforce/200px-HushTara.jpg[/IMG]

OOC: Well, Willow's epilogue is complete... but who knows? Maybe it will be resolved in a future Traitor game-- not the next one tho'. I have... plans... for the next one. :D

Oh, and Chris, I would love to see what happened to Batman in the previous traitor games.


Schornforce 03-07-2007 12:05 PM

[QUOTE=Chris Lang;4490203] "I have a solution to that." Cologne said. What appeared to be a small mailbox appeared on the desk.

"This is an Interdimensional Mailbox." Cologne said. "I have already placed one like it in my study back at the Nekohanten. With it, we can send letters to our acquaintances in other dimensions whenever we want to, even after I have disposed of the interdimensional device. The Mailboxes are protected, so if they were to fall into the wrong hands, no one could send anything harmful through them."

"I have also placed other such Mailboxes in places where the people we might wish to send messages to are likely to find them. I have sent one to a place on Pokemon Island that Meowth knows better than anyone else. [/QUOTE]

[IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v112/Schornforce/pokemon_TeamRocketsBalloon.gif[/IMG]

We did it! We finally captahed dat rotten Pikachu! An' our balloon's outta da reach a' dose lousy twoips! Hurray! T'ings are finally lookin' up! Hey-- dere's my fav'rite cliff where's I like ta look at da moon... What's dat?

  • The mailbox appears and the corner pops the happy Buddha Meowth Balloon*

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

  • sigh* it figures...

"We're blastin' off agaaaaaaaaaaaaain!"

  • ping*


Guy1 03-07-2007 02:45 PM

Finishing up Tendou's Epilogue Tendou walked the streets of Shibuya, heading to the [I]Bistro La Salle[/I]. He noticed Kagami waiting outside for him. "Tendou!" Kagami ran over. "Tendou, we got the letters, what happened to you, are you okay? You're not hurt?" He asked him as they continued walking. "Of course not. I am the strongest rider." Kagami sighed. "Figures as much."

Inside, Juuka ran over to him, with Hiyori following behind. "Hello Brother!" Juuka said loudly and hugged him. "You were gone for so long!" Tendou smiled. "Grandmother said this: When not close by, one is even closer. That goes not only for us, but for the friends I made while I was gone." Hiyori looked at him. "Are you..really Tendou then?" Tendou and Juuka both turned around. "Walking the path of heaven, the ruler of all: Tendou Souji!" They said together.

Kagami and Hiyori sighed. Things were back to normal. END.


Chris Lang 03-07-2007 02:48 PM

[QUOTE=Schornforce;4494164]We did it! We finally captahed dat rotten Pikachu! An' our balloon's outta da reach a' dose lousy twoips! Hurray! T'ings are finally lookin' up! Hey-- dere's my fav'rite cliff where's I like ta look at da moon... What's dat?

  • The mailbox appears and the corner pops the happy Buddha Meowth Balloon*
  • sigh* it figures...

"We're blastin' off agaaaaaaaaaaaaain!"

  • ping*[/QUOTE]

[IMG]http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s255/Esrom_album/scenes/ukyo2.jpg[/IMG] As Cologne was busy gathering her things from the library, Ukyo went to the office. She noted that the monitors were capable of playing back scenes from a while ago.

She wondered if Meowth had seen the mailbox Cologne had left for him. So she looked at the playback, and saw how Team Rocket's latest attempt to capture Pikachu was thwarted by the appearance of the Mailbox.

Ukyo felt terrible about this. Cologne had sent the Mailbox there as a favor to her. Feeling very guilty, Ukyo quickly gathered together a number of things. She then proceeded to write a letter.

[QUOTE]Meowth,

Since the last time I saw you, my world has gotten mixed up in another Traitor Game. Some cousin of Jabba the Hutt who'd become a Dark Lord of the Sith was threatening my world and several others, and the elder Cologne who I may or may not have told you about had to put a stop to him. I helped out a little, but the Traitor Game players did a lot of the work. In the end, we won. I'm writing this note from the Sith Hutt's former office.

I just saw what happened to you and Team Rocket on the monitors in the office, and I feel terrible about it. Cologne knew I wanted to somehow contact you again, so she put that mailbox there knowing you'd be able to find it. I am VERY sorry this happened, believe me!

As a way of making up to you, I'm sending some okonomiyaki through the mailbox. I think you and the others could use something to eat before you go off chasing Pokemon again.

I suppose if you like, I could send you 'Dick Dastardly's Book of Traps'. They didn't work too well for him, but mostly because he tends to be rather clumsy with them. Maybe you and Team Rocket would have better luck with them.

I didn't really want to get involved in your feud with Pikachu, since it wasn't really my business, but it looks like I've gotten involved now by accident. If I ever end up in your dimension and have to face Pikachu myself, I'm not sure what I'd do. He throws electricity around, so I'd probably have to avoid using my battle spatula on him. But I've got plenty of other tricks.

Did I ever tell you about the time this guy named Crepe Joe tried to put me out of business? I finally faced off against him in a 'loser leaves town' match, and defeated him with a new move I'd just learned, the 'Batter Dragon' technique. I'm really not sure how to describe it.

Anyway, if I ever do find myself in your world, I'll look you up. From what I've heard, you're one of the few Pokemon who speaks both Pokemon and human languages. I probably won't be able to understand what any of those Pokemon are trying to say without your help. That Pikachu, from what I hear, is only able to say his name over and over again. And I hear the same goes for that Wobbuffet you hang out with. Wobbuffet...hmm, is that any relation to a certain bounty hunter? :)

Sorry, I couldn't resist the urge to make that little joke. I'm probably pronouncing the name wrong anyway. If I am, my apologies to Wobbuffet.

You're probably wondering about how things have been going with Ranma and me. I don't really think I've made a whole lot of progress, but I'm still trying. You told me not to give up, and I haven't.

That's all either of us can do, really. We have to keep on trying our best, learn from our mistakes, and continue on. Even if things seem hopeless, we have to give it our best effort. Keep trying, Meowth.

By the way, I heard you and Team Rocket helped save the world in some mess involving orbs of Fire, Lightning, and Ice, even if it didn't look like anyone else knew just what you did to help. That Slowking was right, Meowth. There are people out there who know what you did, and I'm one of them! So you and your friends aren't failures after all.

I'm still trying, Meowth. That's about all I can do. I hope one day you find the happiness you seek.

I've got to go now. But if you ever do find a Pokemon with dimension-travelling abilities and end up in my world, I'll be glad to give you some free okonomiyaki at Ucchan's. Bring James and Jessie if you like. Don't worry about my possibly being weirded out by James' strange fashion sense. I've seen plenty of weird things myself. That Tsubasa character who shows up now and then might have one or two things in common with James.

In the meantime, I hope you enjoy the meal I'm sending you now. If you write back, just put your letter in the Mailbox, and it'll show up in Cologne's study. Let me know if Team Rocket is interested in that book I mentioned, and I'll send it to you.

I'm getting ready to go home now. Good luck with your Pokemon chasing.

Sincerely, Ukyo Kuonji[/QUOTE]

After Ukyo finished the letter, she quickly placed it in an envelope, addressed it to Meowth, and then quickly cooked up some of the okonomiyaki Meowth had enjoyed back during their adventure. She then placed it in a package. Then, she dropped both the envelope and the package into the Interdimensional Mailbox.

She wished there was more she could do for Meowth, but this would have to do for now. She hoped it'd be enough.

Ukyo thought once again about Dick Dastardly. She wondered how [I]he[/I] would fare trying to catch Pokemon. But that, she supposed, would be a story for another time and place altogether. In the meantime, she started work on a few letters to other people as she waited to hear more from Cologne.


Chris Lang 03-07-2007 03:41 PM

[QUOTE=Schornforce;4494132][IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v112/Schornforce/200px-HushTara.jpg[/IMG]

OOC: Well, Willow's epilogue is complete... but who knows? Maybe it will be resolved in a future Traitor game-- not the next one tho'. I have... plans... for the next one. :D

Oh, and Chris, I would love to see what happened to Batman in the previous traitor games.[/QUOTE]

OOC: Okay. I'll quote the relevant messages and post the 'clip show' in this thread later. Be prepared for some really incredible death scenes. Poor Batman. He's died more times in these Traitor Games than Kenny McCormick. :)


Kevin M. 03-07-2007 03:53 PM

[QUOTE=Chris Lang;4495405]OOC: Okay. I'll quote the relevant messages and post the 'clip show' in this thread later. Be prepared for some really incredible death scenes. Poor Batman. He's died more times in these Traitor Games than Kenny McCormick. :)[/QUOTE]

A Traitor game with out a Batman death is like the 4th of July with out fireworks, or something to that affect.


Weirdopky 03-07-2007 06:14 PM

OOC: I can't wait for the next game, but who's hosting? It's Acro's idea, but is he taking the position? I just want to know early


Superheroic 03-07-2007 06:16 PM

Here's Joe's post:

[QUOTE=Joe Acro;4489191]I see that the game has come to an end in my absence. I will check the results at a more convenient time. I'd provide an epilogue, but I lack the time and inspiration to do so. Sorry.

As for my game, I will start the sign-up thread Thursday and leave it open until Saturday evening (unless y'all think that's too short). I should be back at the dorm by then and be able to successfully start running the next game. Sound good? I hope so.[/QUOTE]

I suggested leaving sign-ups until Monday but whatever Joe wants.


Schornforce 03-07-2007 07:07 PM

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

Deah Ukyo,

T'anks so much fer da grub! It wuz great-- well, da parts dat I could wrestle away from Jessie an' James wuz great, anyhowz.

Wow, youse guys sure gots a lotta trouble wit' dose traitah games! Someone oughtta regulate dose t'ings! I'm glad youse is okay. An' I bet Cologne's strong ta come t'roo alla' dat smellin' like a rose.

Don' sweat da mailbox, kid. We're used ta blastin' off (again). It ain't nuthin' ta us dese days. I mentioned yer offah fer sendin' us 'Dick Dastahdly's book o' traps,' but Jessie insisted dat only her plans wuz fabulous enough fer Team Rocket. James, on da otha' hand said he really wanted Dick...

...Dastahdly's trap book. Wobbuffet saluted at ev'ryone's opinon, so he wuzn't really much help. We all ended up agreein' dat while it's nice a' youse ta offah da book, we're gonna turn it down (or Jessie'll beat us all up).

I undahstand dat youse don' wanna get all mixified up wit' my team an' dat rotten Pikachu-- he's one tough rodent! An' yer right-- he does pull down more lightnin' den even dat Badger Fey Mill guy we met.

I'm glad youse beat dat Creepy Joe guy. You make da best food in da woild-- no one should evah try an' put you outta business-- dey couldn't succeed even in dey're wildest dreams!

I ain't had da time ta find a intahdimensional pokemon, but I hoid rumahs of a pokemon god or two-- I'll let'cha know if any'tin comes a' dat. Dose twoips seem ta meet ev'ry legendary pokemon dere is, so we may run across it someday.

If youse do visit, I'll be sure ta intrahduce ya ta all kinds'a pokemon-- even Pikachu if youse want! Since I kin talk bot' human an' pokemon, I'm a pretty good translatah! When I asked Wobbuffet about bein' related ta a bounty huntah, he jus' smiled, saluted and said "WOBBA!" which in pokemon, means-- 'no, but Alyson Hannigan's a good friend a' mine.'

...I don't get him.

I know youse'll get wit' dat Ranma guy someday! I'm glad ya ain't given up hope-- neitha have we! We'll catch dat Pikachu someday-- an' you'll catch yer fellah!

Wow! Youse saw us help da twoip save da woild! Dat's great! Even tho' we ain't known fer bein' goody-goody, we ain't neahly as mean as dat collectah guy or Doctah Vroom. I passed on yer vote a' confidence ta Jessie an' James who say 'hello' an' dat you have good taste! Den dey went on about how dey love gettin' fan mail.

Dey scare me, sometimes...

Anyhow, t'anks fer writin'! It really perked up my spirits! I'll try real hard ta visit sometime (hm.... I wondah if I can fit inside dis mailbox?)-- I dunno if I should bring Jessie an' James, tho'-- dey might try an' do somet'in rotten like steal alla' yer yummy food or some'tin. Dey're good friends, but youse can't take da 'bad guy' outta dem.

Have a safe trip home an' best a' luck wit' Ranma! Remembah-- I believe in youse!!!

--Meowth

Dat's Right!!!

P.S. Here's a snapshot o' me an' my pals!

[IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v112/Schornforce/pok_gallery3.jpg[/IMG]


Chris Lang 03-07-2007 07:26 PM

OOC: Well, the Cologne and Ukyo wrapup will be coming later. But first, something you've been waiting for. Here are the PMs from the Traitors and the Bounty Hunter.

First off, Crimson King, who played Deadpool, suggested the following.

[QUOTE=Crimson King]We are killing Goku. We scare Goku unconscious by dropping pile of needles on him, then feed him to the Sarlacc[/QUOTE]

However, I reminded him that the storyline already said that Boba Fett had blown up the Sarlacc. So I decided to work that in with a suggestion for a kill method Jeff-E had already suggested.

[QUOTE=Jeff-E]Hey, does Darth Jabba have a new Rancor? We want to feed someone to it, eventually if he does.[/QUOTE]

And so Goku saved Darth Jubba the trouble of having to purchase Purina Rancor Chow. :)

Next came this from the Bounty Hunter.

[QUOTE=Schornforce]Okay, I choose Emma Frost. I think with her powerful telepathic skills, she could easily stun Goku and persuade Wesley into an easily attacked position. Her main argument against the accusation of being a traitor was that the attacks lacked style... That may be valid if she were the sole attacker-- but what if she is the one who's job it is to lure the victims and make them impotent to the other traitors' attacks? She's certainly powerful enough to do so.

Also, the "style" argument doesn't really hold up, since Darth Jubba's pulling the strings of his storm troopers. The thing with Emma is that she seems to have the same calm-- even cold persona whether lying or telling the truth. She's my choice for the hunt.

IC:

Taking her down would be tough. I'd have to cast a glamour spell or something and use my magic-based telepathy to shield myself against her as much as I can. She can turn into diamond, sure, but I bet I could absorb her power just as easily regardless of form. (Willow/Dark Willow seems to absorb lifeforce energy-- not just magic)

I think that may do the job. Otherwise, lasers cut diamonds, right? Maybe a magically conjured energy blast would cut her diamond form in half... but only if necessary.

OOC:

How's that? If you need me to amend my methods or something, please let me know. I'm rushed this a bit, due to using the library computers today, but will have more 'net time tommorrow.

--Schornforce[/QUOTE]

We discussed it further, and settled on the 'modified blaster left behind by one of Darth Jubba's guards' used to cut diamonds method.

Jeff-E actually suggested the method for doing in Courage in the previous Traitor kill round, but Crimson King beat him to the punch with the Goku kill method. I decided it was first come, first served. But Jeff-E submitted it again in the next round.

[QUOTE=Jeff-E]Hey, I figure next we'll get Courage away from the group, throw him in a blender, and grind him up. Throw in some ice, tequilla, and lime and serve him to everyone.[/QUOTE]

General Grievous dropped out of the game, leaving me free to come up with my own explanation as to Matches Malone's motives. His dropping out also made it necessary for me to kill off his character. So I asked the Traitors to come up with a means of doing him in. Jeff-E submitted the following.

[QUOTE=Jeff-E]Take Matches out in to the desert before a sandstorm. Jabba should have something we can use to knock him out. Bury him up to his neck and let the sand grind his face off. Just an idea at short notice[/QUOTE]

I had fun setting up the sandstorm. In effect, Matches/Batman actually dies on Page 43. It's another page or so before Cologne finds the body. And so the running gag of Batman getting killed continues.

More PMs in my next message.


Chris Lang 03-07-2007 08:13 PM

OOC: And so, here's the next batch of PMs. Jeff-E wanted to do in Evinlea, but the problem was, coming up with a way to kill her. See these PMs and you'll get an idea as to how much trouble we had...

[QUOTE=Jeff-E]I'm obviously going to be voted out next round but for the sake of Luffy I vote to kill [U][B]Evinlea[/B][/U], or whomever Superheroic is playing. I'm thinking of luring her away by convencing her I'm willing to give myself up, and while talking to her, shocking her with a homemade stun gun (Quinn is a scientist) to render her unconcious. Then I would like to drag her in to the kitchen and put her head in a waffle iron. This probably wouldn't kill her but it would maim her. At that point she is stuck in the iron, and I would take a can of cream corn from the pantry and shove it in her mouth, forcing it in to her throat and letting her suffocate with her head stuck in the iron.

If I am voted out I figured I could rip off a prosthetic chin to reveal a gotee and mustache, I could be Quinn from the mirror mirror universe seen in Star Trek and South Park (since I'm evil I would have a gotee). It would explain being a traitor and since both Quinns can travel through dimensions it would make sense.[/QUOTE]

I replied with the following:

[QUOTE=Chris Lang]Hmm...I'm not sure. Would that kill Evinlea? She's pretty much a goddess, after all.The Wiki entry isn't all that helpful in saying just what her weaknesses are. All is says is 'As a character Evinlea is quite literally godlike and her sense of superiorty vs. all other mortals leads her into making some mistakes. However she is not invulnerable and she demonstrates courage, swift thinking, and occasionally, humility'. This is a bit vague...

Well, it might work. It DOES say she's not invulnerable, but I'm not sure whether that means not physically invulnerable or not emotionally invulnerable. I guess I'd better look and see if it's possible to do her in in the fashion you described.[/QUOTE]

And Jeff-E said: [QUOTE]I thought the same thing, but I didn't know what else to do, and I thought that would be a humiliating way to go. I don't know the character at all and just had to go by the Wiki entry. I just figured almost everyone has to breathe.[/QUOTE]

Eventually, Jeff-E came up with the idea of sliding Evinlea into the path of Spaceball One moving at Ludicrous Speed if it became clear he was going to be voted out. When it became clear he WAS going to be voted out, he revealed himself and set up the whole 'evil Mirror Quinn' bit. Superheroic actually helped with the writeup, and did the whole 'Muttley as Evinlea's pawn' angle. I used portions of their PMs in the writeup of that event.

With Jeff-E's evil Quinn gone, that left Spidey-kid1's Luffy as the one remaining Traitor. He posted a number of possible kills, but as it happened, the Bounty Hunter's kill was first. Here's the kill he decided on. Read it as a 'what might have been' had the Bounty Hunter picked the wrong suspect.

[QUOTE=Spidey-kid1] Weirdopky - Dr. Cox: Normal guy Stabbed in the head with a knife.[/QUOTE]

So yes, just in case you were wondering, the reason why Dr. Cox was in the desert at the beginning of the finale writeup WAS because Luffy was trying to kill him. Of course, we know what happened next, thanks to the Bounty Hunter. See my next post for the pivotal exchange of PMs that would end up deciding the outcome of the game.


Chris Lang 03-07-2007 08:35 PM

And so, here's the pivotal exchange of PMs...

[QUOTE=Schornforce]Dear Chris,

I [I]thought[/I] I was supposed to name a kill this round, but then I assumed that the event took the place of the kill this round. Sorry about that-- I was also using library computers and could only do so for 2 half hour periods yesterday.

Anyhow, I'll go ahead and kill off Luffy, I suppose since I personally find his frequent absence-- except for chowing down suspicious-- plus, as Willow had said-- Emma claimed to have guessed Deadpool and Quinn and she seem(ed) to be sure of Luffy. If I had more time, I'd research who voted for who each round before making my choice, but my lunch hour's almost up and then back to work.

I feel kinda like I'm gypping everyone by coming to such a quick decision and all, but work's been busy today and I don't think I can post until after 5pm.

How to kill Luffy? I'd say poison-- simply set out something yummy for Luffy to eat coated with a toxin from one of the plants Willow had gathered and voila-- instant dead rubber pirate kid... unless he's immune somehow-- I don't know enough about him. Ah well, they're alien plants, so they're poisonous to him and react badly to the special fruit that gives him his stretchy powers.

How's that?

I also suspect Muttley, but REALLY didn't want to vote him (and Dick Dastardly) off since he was being so funny. I felt bad enough about Emma Frost. If Luffy isn't the traitor, I'll try voting for Dick, though-- I'm really voting for Muttley as I suspect he'd be acting without Dick's knowledge.

Sorry I held up the kill.

--Schornforce.[/QUOTE]

However, I wasn't sure that poison would do the job. For all I knew, that special fruit gave Luffy resistance to poison as well as a stretchy rubber body. I told Schornforce this, and noted Luffy's vulnerability to sharp objects, which the Doom Squad of the previous game actually exploited (I have to hand it to kain5252 and Superheroic -- they did their homework on that one). Schornforce came up with the following alternate means.

[QUOTE=Schornforce]How about a pitfall trap? Out where the battle took place, a pitfall trap was dug (magically) with a large platter of food set as bait. At the bottom of the pit are various sand people lances and jagged battle droid parts left over from the battle. Willow did this all magically in a few seconds, but anyone could have done it-- despite that it, of course, points to Dick Dastardly.

--Schornforce[/QUOTE]

Schornforce left me to decide just what food would be used in the bait. I had fun working in the ice cream from Dastardly's trap. And I had fun making it look like the Announcer had lost his bet after all, when he really hadn't.

Well, now you know.

[IMG]http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b385/Orlando716/gi_joe17.jpg[/IMG]

Duke: And knowing is half the battle!

(Duke vanishes)

So that's the PMs from the Traitors and the Bounty Hunter. I'll have Cologne and Ukyo's homecoming later on, and the 'mini-epilogues' for denizens of Darth Jubba's palace I didn't get to before. Plus, I still need to put together that 'Batman Traitor Game death' clip show. And just before the signup phase of the next game begins, I'll post the 'curtain call' pics.


The Purple Skull 03-07-2007 08:49 PM

[QUOTE=Chris Lang;4496804]And so, here's the pivotal exchange of PMs...


However, I wasn't sure that poison would do the job. For all I knew, that special fruit gave Luffy resistance to poison as well as a stretchy rubber body. I told Schornforce this, and noted Luffy's vulnerability to sharp objects, which the Doom Squad of the previous game actually exploited (I have to hand it to kain5252 and Superheroic -- they did their homework on that one). Schornforce came up with the following alternate means.


Schornforce left me to decide just what food would be used in the bait. I had fun working in the ice cream from Dastardly's trap. And I had fun making it look like the Announcer had lost his bet after all, when he really hadn't.

Well, now you know.

[IMG]http://i23.photobucket.com/albums/b385/Orlando716/gi_joe17.jpg[/IMG]

Duke: And knowing is half the battle!

(Duke vanishes)

So that's the PMs from the Traitors and the Bounty Hunter. I'll have Cologne and Ukyo's homecoming later on, and the 'mini-epilogues' for denizens of Darth Jubba's palace I didn't get to before. Plus, I still need to put together that 'Batman Traitor Game death' clip show. And just before the signup phase of the next game begins, I'll post the 'curtain call' pics.[/QUOTE] Ahh Duke...Always there when we need to know about something! :D

Can't wait for the "Many Deaths of Batman" post! If memory serves correctly (Check it out! I'm already getting set in my role as Chairman Kaga!), Batman died in two different games via poison. Villains of Gotham take note! Poison works! :p It should be fun reminiscing.


Chris Lang 03-07-2007 09:02 PM

[QUOTE=Schornforce;4496303][IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v112/Schornforce/images.jpg[/IMG]

Deah Ukyo,

T'anks so much fer da grub! It wuz great-- well, da parts dat I could wrestle away from Jessie an' James wuz great, anyhowz.

Wow, youse guys sure gots a lotta trouble wit' dose traitah games! Someone oughtta regulate dose t'ings! I'm glad youse is okay. An' I bet Cologne's strong ta come t'roo alla' dat smellin' like a rose.

Don' sweat da mailbox, kid. We're used ta blastin' off (again). It ain't nuthin' ta us dese days. I mentioned yer offah fer sendin' us 'Dick Dastahdly's book o' traps,' but Jessie insisted dat only her plans wuz fabulous enough fer Team Rocket. James, on da otha' hand said he really wanted Dick...

...Dastahdly's trap book. Wobbuffet saluted at ev'ryone's opinon, so he wuzn't really much help. We all ended up agreein' dat while it's nice a' youse ta offah da book, we're gonna turn it down (or Jessie'll beat us all up).

I undahstand dat youse don' wanna get all mixified up wit' my team an' dat rotten Pikachu-- he's one tough rodent! An' yer right-- he does pull down more lightnin' den even dat Badger Fey Mill guy we met.

I'm glad youse beat dat Creepy Joe guy. You make da best food in da woild-- no one should evah try an' put you outta business-- dey couldn't succeed even in dey're wildest dreams!

I ain't had da time ta find a intahdimensional pokemon, but I hoid rumahs of a pokemon god or two-- I'll let'cha know if any'tin comes a' dat. Dose twoips seem ta meet ev'ry legendary pokemon dere is, so we may run across it someday.

If youse do visit, I'll be sure ta intrahduce ya ta all kinds'a pokemon-- even Pikachu if youse want! Since I kin talk bot' human an' pokemon, I'm a pretty good translatah! When I asked Wobbuffet about bein' related ta a bounty huntah, he jus' smiled, saluted and said "WOBBA!" which in pokemon, means-- 'no, but Alyson Hannigan's a good friend a' mine.'

...I don't get him.

I know youse'll get wit' dat Ranma guy someday! I'm glad ya ain't given up hope-- neitha have we! We'll catch dat Pikachu someday-- an' you'll catch yer fellah!

Wow! Youse saw us help da twoip save da woild! Dat's great! Even tho' we ain't known fer bein' goody-goody, we ain't neahly as mean as dat collectah guy or Doctah Vroom. I passed on yer vote a' confidence ta Jessie an' James who say 'hello' an' dat you have good taste! Den dey went on about how dey love gettin' fan mail.

Dey scare me, sometimes...

Anyhow, t'anks fer writin'! It really perked up my spirits! I'll try real hard ta visit sometime (hm.... I wondah if I can fit inside dis mailbox?)-- I dunno if I should bring Jessie an' James, tho'-- dey might try an' do somet'in rotten like steal alla' yer yummy food or some'tin. Dey're good friends, but youse can't take da 'bad guy' outta dem.

Have a safe trip home an' best a' luck wit' Ranma! Remembah-- I believe in youse!!!

--Meowth

Dat's Right!!!

P.S. Here's a snapshot o' me an' my pals! [/QUOTE]

OOC: Loved that letter. Both laugh-out loud funny and sweet at the same time.


RUMINATIONS: Ah, here's where I had Cologne meet with one of the mysterious Powers That Be behind the Traitor Games. Of course the white-robed figure is just a thinly-veiled substitute, since I didn't want to basically do the 'character meets writer' thing that Grant Morrison and others have done. In any case, the whole 'The Traitor Games are a test' thing is something I thought made a lot of sense.

We also get nods to both previous and future Traitor Games. Though 'A Traitor's Life For Me' didn't happen until two years later.

As for the G.I. Joe guy, we mis-identified him as Duke, but after we realized that mistake, we just called him 'The G.I. Joe guy' from that point on.

Anyway, this scenario's almost wrapped up. See Page 28 to see how we conclude this scenario and set up later ones.

Beginning of the game: Page One

Previous Pages: Page 24, Page 25, Page 26.

The re-presentation continues in Page Twenty Eight.

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