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And now Part 2 of the Traitor Game Essentials re-presentation of Traitor Game VII: A Galaxy Far, Far Away. Here, we are introduced to more of the cast, and we get the backstory of our main antagonist.



Crimson King 02-20-2007 11:23 PM


Right as Deadpool was about to finish off his opponent, the world around him suddenly disappeared. A fat sluglike creature stood (er, figuratively speaking) in front of him.

Deadpool: I knew toxic waste was good for mutation! But damn, I never knew it could make you fat and ugly as well.

He turns to the post reader

Deadpool: hey, what is this? one of those traitor games? If it is, tell that scornface guy I want those traitor cards.


Kevin M. 02-20-2007 11:52 PM


Bullets wizzed over the head of Marcus Fenix as he took cover behind the remains of a burnt out car.

Today was not a good day to say the least. He was lost, and sperated from Delta squad. Add the fact that he was pinned down by a group of Locust and you can say that the day sucked.

"Damn, that is the last time I take a short cut" Fenix said to himself

An explosion sent bits of rubble, and dirt flying over the car.

"Now I'm pissed"

Marcus took his Lanser rifel, stood up, and fired back at the enemy. But just then a white flash followed by a loud bang cause Marcus to go flying through the air.

Marcus woke to find that he no longer in the middel of a battle field, but somewere else. It looked like some kind of basement, almost like a cellar to be exat.

"Where the hell am I?"


darkkeeperjr 02-20-2007 11:53 PM


Lord vader stood and marveled at the new sleek black suit he were wearing.The med/design droids outdid them selves this time.there was no bulkiness to this suit nor was it heavy to wear. it felt just like wearing outer clothing again. the alloy mesh suit had a long flowing cape in the back to hide various weapons and compartments. the belt had two holders for his saber and the boots shined like a stormtrooper's Sunday's best.

Vader went pass the door into one of the hallways of his great ship.the ship boasted the fire power of a deathstar and the speed of a FTL rocket.The death razor was the fear ship in the galaxy. he seen to that personally.

Father!Father! Vader turned to see his son luke striding towards him.[COLOR="Blue"]"Luke you done well with the programming of the med/designs droids. you make me proud as when you took over the hatrocky system"[/COLOR]

[COLOR="Green"][COLOR="Green"]"You taught me so much father! Your ship is ready for you father. the course is set for the unexplored system that we found.[/COLOR]

Soon Vader entered his ship and sped off to find and conquer yet another system.


Anthony Johanson 02-21-2007 12:15 AM


Star Road was amidst with conversation. Smithy had long since been defeated, and everyone was busy granting wishes to the inhabitents of Mushroom World. However, an alarming case had made itself known, and the elder stars started to talk. It seemed the bridge was under attack by the remnanats of Smithy's army.

"Geno...we need your help, you were a primary factor in defeating Smithy last time. Heed our orders, we have refashioned your body that defeated him."

The light of Geno appeared before them, and in a flash, became the blue doll.

"For the sake of the continued prosperity of our world and theirs, I will att-."

However, to the perplexment of Geno and the Star Elders, Geno now found himself in a room. Shaking his head, he stated:

"This seems to be a prison made by Smithy's army."


Weirdopky 02-21-2007 12:25 AM


[B]Prologue: Sacred Heart Hospital in who the hell knows where[/B]

Doctor Perry Cox is about ready to make a speech to the naive interns about a patient, right before he begins a journey into a new land.

[COLOR="Teal"]Awlright, interns. You damn well better make sure that my beast of an ex-wife, Jordan, get's the best damn pre-nadal care in this hospital. If I don't see you at her beckon call, somone's gonna pay!! Newbie, gyet over here!![/COLOR]

Just then, John "JD" Dorian walks over

[COLOR="DarkGreen"]Mornin' Sunshine!![/COLOR]

[COLOR="Teal"]Don't ever do that... EVER! Now I need you to help Mrs. Blit in room 205 get that procedure under Mr. Martinez's inshorance (just trying to write it the way he'd pronounce it) without Bobby *air quotes* Satan Himself *end quotes* Kelso finding out. Ghandi, go keep your wife from crying, and also help Carla.[/COLOR]

JD, noticing the comment about his and Chris Turk aka Ghandi's relationship, walks away with his head down.

Then, Dr. Cox turns to his ex-wife, Jordan.

[COLOR="Teal"]Ok now, Jordan, these pathetic excuses for Doctors will be taking care of you. I'll be right back (under his breath) after I stab my ear drums[/COLOR]

Right as he begins to walk away, a large portal sucks him into another dimension. Before he leaves he gets out one last [COLOR="Teal"]This is your fault, Martha!![/COLOR] making fun of JD again. Then, he pops up in the lair of Darth Jubba.

[COLOR="Teal"]Mother of God, is that Kelso's wife wearing what looks to be the cloak of Darth Vader? Well, seems fitting, seeing as she's married to the Devil. ZING!![/COLOR]

OOC: So that's my prologue, hopefully, I'm doing the character justice so far. My one weakness will be his use of doctoral terms and diseases, but shouldn't be too much of a problem, considering there won't be any sicknesses around... Hopefully.


Kevin M. 02-21-2007 12:30 AM


Fenix looked around the strange place until he found a door.

'Finally, I can get out of here"

Just before he was about to turn the knobe, he heard a sound from behind him. This caused him to pull out his Lancer, and aim at the direction of the noise.


Froggy 02-21-2007 12:31 AM


At the World martial arts tournament, goku says goodbye to his friends as he takes off with Chi-Chi

"It doesnt get any better than this! DOes ti chi chi?

"no it doesnt!

  • Just as she says that goku smiles and disappears off his cloud nimbus with his powerpole, and reappears in a strange cellarlike area*


"CHI CHI? WERE ARE YOU!? CHI CHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII


Kevin M. 02-21-2007 12:36 AM


Out of no where a strange man appeared infront of Fenix. He wore a orange Gi, with a blue undershirt. Had spikey hair, and was holding what appeared to be a staff. Fenix aimed his rifel at the stranger.

"Who the hell are you?"


Froggy 02-21-2007 12:38 AM


[QUOTE=bigboi2;4418360]Out of no where a strange man appeared infront of Fenix. He wore a orange Gi, with a blue undershirt. Had spikey hair, and was holding what appeared to be a staff. Fenix aimed his rifel at the stranger.

"Who the hell are you?"[/QUOTE]

Goku smiled to the stranger in the armor, and said "I'm GOKU! I'm the worlds greatest martial artist! Who are you?! *extends hand*


Kevin M. 02-21-2007 12:40 AM


[QUOTE=Froggy;4418370]Goku smiled to the stranger in the armor, and said "I'm GOKU! I'm the worlds greatest martial artist! Who are you?! *extends hand*[/QUOTE]

Seeing that the man meant no harm he put away his rifel. He then shook the the strangers hand.

"Marcus Fenix, Delta squad"


Indigo Al 02-21-2007 12:41 AM


[B]PROLOGUE: MARTIN[/B]

[IMG]http://users.sisna.com/davstock/martin.jpg[/IMG]

Steeling himself for what was sure to be a gruesome sight, Martin stepped into Diana's interrogation lab, located in the Los Angeles Mothership. He saw the Visitor scientific commander gleefully overlooking a Terran resistance fighter, a short, fortysomething man with horrific welts covering his face, one eye dangling from its socket. He was drooling and weeping, begging with a voice he barely had for someone - anyone - to kill him.

Martin had trained himself well not to react to Diana's cruelty with the revulsion and shame he felt deep inside.

[IMG]http://content.answers.com/main/content/wp/en/thumb/e/ec/250px-JaneBadler(Diana).jpg[/IMG]

[COLOR="Green"]"Ah Martin! Thank you for coming on such short notice. As you can see I've been...rather busy." [/COLOR]She intoned in her formal, electro-reverberating rasp.

[COLOR="green"]"Of course, Diana,"[/COLOR]he replied. [COLOR="green"]"What is it you need?"[/COLOR]

[COLOR="green"]"Unfortunately, this pathetic primate belongs to a very minor resistance cadre from the San Francisco Bay Area. He broke quite easily thanks to my traditional interrogation means - certainly not worth the effort of the Conversion Chamber - but it seems his group is no more than 20 strong, up to nothing more threatening than firebombing the Visitor Youth Headquarters and painting those ridiculous "V's" on our propaganda posters."[/COLOR]

[COLOR="green"]"Still, groups such as these are capable of aiding the much more formidable Los Angeles resistance. We've made some captures already, but I'd like you to oversee the roundup of their families."[/COLOR]

Martin caught his breath. [COLOR="green"]"Very well. I'll have our intelligence units and Terran police officers do the investigations immediately. Will there be anything else?"[/COLOR]

Diana looked him in the eye and held his gaze for what seemed to be an eternity. Martin had also trained himself very carefully to make sure his body language revealed nothing that could compromise him. [COLOR="green"]"That will be all. Now, if you'll excuse me, I have an -- appointment -- with Kristine Walsh."[/COLOR]

Martin left the interrogation lab and strode down to Intelligence as fast as he could walk without running. He had to reach his fellow Fifth Columnist Barbara and tell her to send a warning to the San Francisco resistance. He couldn't bear having to execute Diana's orders....

As he turned the corner, all of a sudden, a numbing white light and tingling sensation surrounded him. Astounded, his vision faded to nothing...


Chris Lang 02-21-2007 12:42 AM


[B]PROLOGUE: DARTH JUBBA THE SITH HUTT[/B]

Darth Jubba the Sith Hutt discussed the terms of the game with the Chinese Amazon who had answered his challenge. As he did, he thought back to how this had all started.

Very few people had known it, but Emperor Palpatine, who in prior times had also gone under the name of Darth Sidious, had taken on another apprentice. Traditionally, Sith Lords only had one apprentice at a time, but Palpatine was not foolish enough to put all the Sith's eggs in one basket. Darth Vader had indeed proven his loyalty by helping Palpatine hunt down and destroy the Jedi Knights, but Palpatine needed to have a backup Sith just in case anything happened to Vader.

So he came to Jubba, who was looking for anything that would give him an advantage over his better known cousin Jabba the Hutt. After several long, grueling training sessions, Jubba became a master of the Dark Side of the Force. Now known as Darth Jubba the Sith Hutt, Jubba bided his time waiting for the right moment to reveal himself to the galaxy.

This came shortly after the death of Jabba, followed by the deaths of Palpatine and Vader. Darth Jubba had instantly inherited Jabba's operations, and all of Jabba's surviving agents and followers had quickly come to work for him. Meanwhile, the Galactic Empire suffered greatly from the loss of Palpatine, Vader, and several Imperial dignitaries. Darth Jubba knew the Empire would need a new leader in order to avoid collapsing entirely. He quickly nominated himself to be that new leader.

One day, while Darth Jubba was discussing this with a surviving Imperial governor he had invited to his palace, a strange figure came to visit. The figure was dressed entirely in white robes, and nothing could be discerned about it any further. Using the Force, Jubba sensed that this being was not of his world, or even galaxy.

"[COLOR="Blue"]I have listened to every word of your discussion.[/COLOR]" the being began. "[COLOR="Blue"]You said that you wished Darth Vader was still alive so that he could be a part of your plans for conquering the galaxy. What if I were to tell you that there are other worlds in which Vader [I]is[/I] still living?[/COLOR]"

The being had gone on to explain the existance of other dimensions. There were alternate universes where the so-called 'Star Wars' and their aftermath had played out differently. There were some in which the imperial Admiral Thrawn continued the struggle against the Rebel Alliance, and where Han Solo and Princess Leia's children were now being trained in the ways of the Force. And there were a number of universes where the fight was still going on. There were even some where Darth Vader had successfully turned Luke Skywalker to the Dark Side.

And that was not all. There were plenty of universes where the entire galaxy that the 'star wars' took place in was only the fictional creation of some moviemaker named George Lucas. And when the being told Jubba that it knew of a way to actually [I]access[/I] these other worlds, Jubba became [U]really[/U] interested.

So the being told Darth Jubba of these events called 'Traitor Games' in which a host summons beings from various different universes to play out a game. After Jubba expressed his interest, the being gave Darth Jubba a strange, orb-shaped object. As long as Darth Jubba possessed this object, he would have the means to not only look in on other universes, but send things to those other worlds -- and summon things to his world.

After the being departed, Darth Jubba used the device to watch as two Traitor Games played out. After the last game ended with Dr. Doom being stripped of power and banished, Jubba decided now was the time to make his move.

Seeing how Ukyo Kuonji had wished that Ranma had been able to see her in action against Dr. Doom's Doombots, Darth Jubba seized on the idea of sending DVDs of the previous game not just to the universe Ukyo and Cologne lived in (called the 'Ranmaverse' by residents of worlds where Ukyo and Cologne were fictional characters in an anime series), but to every world Jubba could think of where there were interested parties. Of course, the parties would pay him for the DVDs...if they knew what was good for them and their worlds.

[IMG]http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s255/Esrom_album/Jubbaclose3.jpg[/IMG]

And that brought Darth Jubba to where he was today. He had issued the challenge to Cologne, seeing as she had been actually investigating the Traitor Games and their possible cause. Darth Jubba had challenged Cologne to oppose him in a Traitor Game. Darth Jubba would pick at least two people to be his 'Imperial Stormtroopers' among the players, and Cologne would pick at least one person to be a 'Rebel Alliance member', and another person to be her 'Bounty Hunter'. Cologne's choices would be out to help the others defeat the 'Imperial Stormtroopers' Jubba had chosen.

Darth Jubba watched as the first of the summoned players arrived. Like the previous two hosts, he would give them plenty of time to get to know each other before the mayhem truly began...

OOC: Sorry that it's a bit long, but I thought it was best to get Darth Jubba's backstory out of the way as soon as possible. There will be more on the rules of the Traitor Game with the Introduction at 11pm on Wednesday.


Froggy 02-21-2007 12:46 AM


[QUOTE=bigboi2;4418379]Seeing that the man meant no harm he put away his rifel. He then shook the the strangers hand.

"Marcus Fenix, Delta squad"[/QUOTE]

"Nice to meet you Marcus! Goku said, always happy to meet a new friend. You in a war? If so i'll help you!


Kevin M. 02-21-2007 12:50 AM


[QUOTE=Froggy;4418393]"Nice to meet you Marcus! Goku said, always happy to meet a new friend. You in a war? If so i'll help you![/QUOTE]

"Thanks, but I don't know how much help you would be" Marcus replied

" Besides we can talk latter, I think I found a way out of here."


Froggy 02-21-2007 12:52 AM


[QUOTE=bigboi2;4418379]Seeing that the man meant no harm he put away his rifel. He then shook the the strangers hand.

"Marcus Fenix, Delta squad"[/QUOTE]

[QUOTE=bigboi2;4418405]"Thanks, but I don't know how much help you would be" Marcus replied

" Besides we can talk latter, I think I found a way out of here."[/QUOTE] Goku smirked "Mister you have NO IDEA how strong I am.....and which way is out? I gotta see chi-chi!


Kevin M. 02-21-2007 12:55 AM


[QUOTE=Froggy;4418410]Goku smirked "Mister you have NO IDEA how strong I am.....and which way is out? I gotta see chi-chi![/QUOTE]

"This way" Marcus said as he started towards the door.

"By the way, where are yor from?"


Froggy 02-21-2007 12:57 AM


[QUOTE=bigboi2;4418419]"This way" Marcus said as he started towards the door.

"By the way, where are yor from?"[/QUOTE]

"I'm from EARTH! He said with a smile.


Kevin M. 02-21-2007 01:02 AM


[QUOTE=Froggy;4418424]"I'm from EARTH! He said with a smile.[/QUOTE]

"Earth, never heard of it"

Marcus and Goku maid thier way to the door but when Marcus went to open it the knobe wouldn't turn.

"Damn its locked" Marcus said annoyed

"Stand back I know what to do" Marcus pulled out his Lancer and reved the the chain saw bayonet. "This should do it"


Chris Lang 02-21-2007 01:06 AM


Darth Jubba laughed at Marcus and Goku as they attempted to escape. They had only made it as far as the reception area.

"[COLOR="Sienna"]Ho ho ho ho ho![/COLOR]" Darth Jubba bellowed. "[COLOR="Sienna"]You're not getting out that easily! [/COLOR][COLOR="Sienna"]You're part of the Game and you cannot leave![/COLOR]"

Cologne stood up from the table where she and Darth Jubba had been discussing the game, and approached Marcus Fenix and Goku. "I am afraid he is right. You two, and nearly everyone else who has been summoned here, are now players in what is known as a 'Traitor Game'. You will not be permitted to leave until it has fully played out."

"We will explain the rules later." Cologne added. "For now, let me introduce myself. I am Cologne, an elder of the Joketsuzoku tribe. The matriarchal society where I come from has often been referred to as 'Chinese Amazons'."

"And this," she said gesturing to the slug-like Sith Lord sitting at the other side of the table, "is Darth Jubba the Sith Hutt. You do not wish to anger him, for he is strong with the Dark Side of the Force. It will be best to play by the rules if you wish to have a chance of surviving this."


Kevin M. 02-21-2007 01:12 AM


"This just keeps getting better and better" Marcus said sarcastly. He was part of game that he had no whish of being a part of. Well it looked like he had no other choice but to participate, and get it over with.

Marcus them looked at the Sith lord and though to himself "I though that the Locust were ugly"


The Purple Skull 02-21-2007 01:37 AM


Hey Chris, what time will you post the Introduction? 11 PM ET? For now, I'll hold off doing anymore scenes with Dick Dastardly until the intro is posted. And anyway, he's still recuperating, what with his car crashing on top of him. :p


Chris Lang 02-21-2007 01:46 AM


[QUOTE=The Purple Skull;4418496]Hey Chris, what time will you post the Introduction? 11 PM ET? For now, I'll hold off doing anymore scenes with Dick Dastardly until the intro is posted. And anyway, he's still recuperating, what with his car crashing on top of him. :p[/QUOTE]

OOC: I was planning on 11PM ET, but if that's too much, I can post it earlier. Just waiting to see if others do prologues first.


Anthony Johanson 02-21-2007 01:51 AM


Geno attentively overheard what was going on. It seemed that he was intercepted on his mission via the two figures, Cologne and Darth Jubba. Standing up, he also realized that he could not escape from this palce, and was effectively cut off from saving Star Road from being overrun.

Hanging his head, the diminuative Geno approached both Cologne and Darth Jubba, and inquired:

"Since you two are the creators of this 'traitor game', what are the rules? The sooner I can be transported back to Mushroom World, the better chance I can help save the realm."


GoGo Yubari 02-21-2007 01:54 AM


In one of the more common beginnings of science-fiction novels, the protagonist is transported from their own world to a strange and unfamiliar location, forced to interact with unusual characters and adapt to a situation that will require every last bit of their resourcefulness and unique abilities to survive.

It is, when written right, very interesting, but at the same time it, more often than not, is a bit of a cliché commonly used by hack writers. At the moment, I feel as if I’ve stumbled into the latter. And just where [i]am[/i] I, anyway? I was looking forward to a very quiet, normal day; the SOS Brigade didn’t have an activity planned and I thought that maybe I could watch a movie or two and catch up on my homework and generally [i]not[/i] have to think about things like aliens, time travelers, and espers. Instead, I’m in what looks like some dungeon, or maybe an audience room. And, of course, there seem to be others here, which would fit the “unusual characters” requirement (did that one guy just get crushed by a car? I just got here and already our numbers are starting to thin).

In any case, I’m really not the sort of person who should be in a bizarre situation like this. Despite my choice in associates (and I use the word “choice” lightly since I didn’t exactly [i]choose[/i] any of them), I’m really just a normal guy. It would be flattering to say that I could fit the mold for one of those protagonists, but I don’t and I’d much sooner be leading a normal life completely devoid of bizarre abductions into some bizarre

… and is that [i]Jabba the Hutt[/i] over there? I almost wonder if I’ve woken up in some sort of theme park, but if there’s one thing my experiences with the SOS Brigade has instilled in me, it’s the tendency to assume the weirdest possible answer is quite often the correct one, much as I might wish it to be otherwise. As such, that probably [i]is[/i] Jabba. But, that being said, I think my best course of action would be to stay quiet and try to figure out what the situation we’re in [i]is[/i], exactly. After all, at this moment there is only one thing that I’m sure of it any way…

Whatever this is, no matter what, this is probably Haruhi’s fault.

((OOC: So... yeah, uh. I hope that was good.))


Chris Lang 02-21-2007 02:14 AM


[QUOTE=Anthony Johanson;4418517]Geno attentively overheard what was going on. It seemed that he was intercepted on his mission via the two figures, Cologne and Darth Jubba. Standing up, he also realized that he could not escape from this palce, and was effectively cut off from saving Star Road from being overrun.

Hanging his head, the diminuative Geno approached both Cologne and Darth Jubba, and inquired:

"Since you two are the creators of this 'traitor game', what are the rules? The sooner I can be transported back to Mushroom World, the better chance I can help save the realm."[/QUOTE]

Darth Jubba laughed. "[COLOR="Sienna"]Creators? I WISH! This Traitor Game concept is so entertaining I wish I'd come up with it myself![/COLOR]"

Cologne turned to Geno. "I did not create the Traitor Game concept, either. This is the latest in a series of Traitor Games. Darth Jubba is only the latest being to host such a thing."

"We will explain the rules as soon as everyone else has arrived." Cologne continued. "For now, I will tell you that after everyone is done meeting and greeting each other, there will be a murder. It will be up to the rest of you to try to figure out who among you is a murderer. Yes, the killer will be one of the summoned players. And he or she will not be the only one. Jubba has said that there will be two or three of his 'Imperial Stormtroopers' among you."

"Those of you who are not 'Traitors' will have to find out who they are and banish them. Only when the identities of all the Traitors are revealed, one way or another, will you be allowed to leave this place."

"Darth Jubba and I will explain how all this will work when everyone has been summoned. For now, I hope this will be a good enough answer."


Chris Lang 02-21-2007 02:17 AM


[QUOTE=GoGo Yubari;4418521]In one of the more common beginnings of science-fiction novels, the protagonist is transported from their own world to a strange and unfamiliar location, forced to interact with unusual characters and adapt to a situation that will require every last bit of their resourcefulness and unique abilities to survive.

It is, when written right, very interesting, but at the same time it, more often than not, is a bit of a cliché commonly used by hack writers. At the moment, I feel as if I’ve stumbled into the latter. And just where [i]am[/i] I, anyway? I was looking forward to a very quiet, normal day; the SOS Brigade didn’t have an activity planned and I thought that maybe I could watch a movie or two and catch up on my homework and generally [i]not[/i] have to think about things like aliens, time travelers, and espers. Instead, I’m in what looks like some dungeon, or maybe an audience room. And, of course, there seem to be others here, which would fit the “unusual characters” requirement (did that one guy just get crushed by a car? I just got here and already our numbers are starting to thin).

In any case, I’m really not the sort of person who should be in a bizarre situation like this. Despite my choice in associates (and I use the word “choice” lightly since I didn’t exactly [i]choose[/i] any of them), I’m really just a normal guy. It would be flattering to say that I could fit the mold for one of those protagonists, but I don’t and I’d much sooner be leading a normal life completely devoid of bizarre abductions into some bizarre

… and is that [i]Jabba the Hutt[/i] over there? I almost wonder if I’ve woken up in some sort of theme park, but if there’s one thing my experiences with the SOS Brigade has instilled in me, it’s the tendency to assume the weirdest possible answer is quite often the correct one, much as I might wish it to be otherwise. As such, that probably [i]is[/i] Jabba. But, that being said, I think my best course of action would be to stay quiet and try to figure out what the situation we’re in [i]is[/i], exactly. After all, at this moment there is only one thing that I’m sure of it any way…

Whatever this is, no matter what, this is probably Haruhi’s fault.

((OOC: So... yeah, uh. I hope that was good.))[/QUOTE]

OOC: It's great! You've done a great job of showing your character's first impressions of the situation, and helping us get to know the character better. Looking forward to seeing how your character interacts with the others as the game progresses.


Froggy 02-21-2007 09:49 AM


[QUOTE=Chris Lang;4418446]Darth Jubba laughed at Marcus and Goku as they attempted to escape. They had only made it as far as the reception area.

"[COLOR="Sienna"]Ho ho ho ho ho![/COLOR]" Darth Jubba bellowed. "[COLOR="Sienna"]You're not getting out that easily! [/COLOR][COLOR="Sienna"]You're part of the Game and you cannot leave![/COLOR]"

Cologne stood up from the table where she and Darth Jubba had been discussing the game, and approached Marcus Fenix and Goku. "I am afraid he is right. You two, and nearly everyone else who has been summoned here, are now players in what is known as a 'Traitor Game'. You will not be permitted to leave until it has fully played out."

"We will explain the rules later." Cologne added. "For now, let me introduce myself. I am Cologne, an elder of the Joketsuzoku tribe. The matriarchal society where I come from has often been referred to as 'Chinese Amazons'."

"And this," she said gesturing to the slug-like Sith Lord sitting at the other side of the table, "is Darth Jubba the Sith Hutt. You do not wish to anger him, for he is strong with the Dark Side of the Force. It will be best to play by the rules if you wish to have a chance of surviving this."[/QUOTE]

  • Goku wondered why the slug man and the short lady wanted him here. Cologne was her name? hehe she was named after that stuff master roshi used around bulma.....at least he had made a new friend today, Marcus didnt seem all bad. Goku didnt know if they were goign to fight hto so he just nodded his head*


Jeff-E 02-21-2007 10:27 AM


In the center of the room where everyone else stood a blue pulsating circular vortex suddenly appeared. It looked almost liquid yet still like some strange energy, from the side the disc appeared very thin but from the front it was approx. 5 feet in diameter. As it pulsed it appeared to inhale and with a final exhale a figure came flying out.

"Whooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!"

The figure landed upside-down and with a thud.

"Oh, owww. Everyone ok?" the figure, obviously a man, somewhere in his early 20's began to look around oddly not really concerned with the odd assortment of people and beings around him. "Wade? Remy? Professor? Where are you? Where am I?"

He then looked at his timer, it was a device almost crecent shaped, it looked similar to an old sega genesis controller. The device that normally told him how long until his next slide now showed a series of digital question marks. Quinn was now more than just a little worried.

"Uh oh."


Chris Lang 02-21-2007 10:48 AM


Darth Jubba laughed as another person was summoned into the room. "[COLOR="Sienna"]Wesley Crusher...ho ho ho ho![/COLOR]"

The young man turned around, and saw Darth Jubba for the first time. "What...what are you?"

"[COLOR="Sienna"]Oh, come now. You travel on a starship whose mission is to seek out new life and new civilizations. You mean to tell me you've never seen a non-humanoid life-form in your travels?[/COLOR]"

Darth Jubba paused a bit, before answering his own rhetorical question. "[COLOR="Sienna"]Of course not! All the 'aliens' you encounter look just like humans except for their foreheads! What are the odds? Now, boy, you meet with a true new life-form! How do you like it? Ho ho ho ho![/COLOR]"

"You have to send me back!" Wesley replied. "I have to save the Enterprise from certain destruction!"

"[COLOR="Sienna"]Really?[/COLOR]" Darth Jubba replied. "[COLOR="Sienna"]I guess your starship is doomed, then. Too bad! Ho ho ho ho ho![/COLOR]"

Cologne then turned to Wesley. "Do you really believe that you are all that stands in the way of your ship's destruction?"

"Of course!" Wesley replied. "Captain Picard and the others never would have survived their first three missions if I wasn't around to save them!"

Cologne looked Wesley in the eye. "Somehow, I doubt this." she replied. "This Captain Picard and his officers were given their present positions because they had proven themselves worthy of their ranks. I am sure they are competent enough to save themselves without your help. They would be fools if they relied on you to save them every time. From what I have heard, they are far from fools."

Darth Jubba chimed in. "[COLOR="Sienna"]Ho ho! You're not as indispensable as you thought, boy![/COLOR]"

"Who...who are you?"

"[COLOR="Sienna"]I am Darth Jubba the Sith Hutt.[/COLOR]" Jubba replied. "[COLOR="Sienna"]Enjoy your last moments here![/COLOR]"

"I am Cologne, elder of the Joketsuzoku." Cologne said. "You have been chosen to be a player in what is known as a 'Traitor Game'. We will explain the rules once everyone is here."

"Is everyone here a player?" Wesley asked.

"Not everyone. Darth Jubba's an intergalactic gangster, so some of his minions may mill about. They won't interfere with the game, though. Then there's that fellow." Cologne pointed at the strange figure in the orange parka. "His name's Kenny McCormick. Darth Jubba summoned him here for another purpose entirely, but he hasn't even hinted at what that purpose might be."

"But aside from them, almost everyone you will meet here is a player." Cologne concluded.

Wesley took all this in, and then gazed around at the other players.

Cologne just shook her head. The boy had an attitude problem. She could tell that he would probably not last very long in this game.

OOC: Of course, Wesley's the NPC who'll be the 'first kill' so that everyone will have the chance to participate in at least one banishment vote. More on that later.


Joe Acro 02-21-2007 11:07 AM


{Eustace turns on the TV}

Nowhere Newsman: [I]We interrupt this program to bring you The Traitor Game VII, featuring Courage the Cowardly Dog! [img]http://mazoo.net/quest/images/CouragetheCowardlyDogYourTube_E6B9/Couragethecowardlydog5.jpg[/img]

Abandoned as a pup, he was found by Muriel,

[img]http://mazoo.net/quest/Courage---Muriel.jpg[/img] who lives in the middle of Nowhere with her husband Eustace Bagge! [img]http://mazoo.net/quest/Courage---Eustace.jpg[/img] But creepy stuff happens in Nowhere. It's up to Courage to save his new home![/I]

Eustace: Stupid dog. Always makes me look bad.

Muriel runs into the living room.

Muriel: Eustace! Somethin' terrible's happened. Ah can't find Courage anywhere! He was sleepin' on the sofa and then he was gone!

Eustace: (grumbles) Ah, find him yerself. I'm going to the picture show. (grumbles more)


Kevin M. 02-21-2007 11:20 AM


OT: Sorry for eratic character reactions. I really not that good at doing characters reactions on the fly.


Chris Lang 02-21-2007 11:33 AM


[QUOTE=bigboi2;4419722]OT: Sorry for eratic character reactions. I really not that good at doing characters reactions on the fly.[/QUOTE]

OOC: Well, right now it's at the phase where the characters first arrive and meet each other. At 11pm, there will be the Introduction and Rules to the game. On Thursday at 11pm, there will be the first kill. That will be where the game REALLY takes off, and people will have to vote on who they're going to banish. More on that, of course, at 11pm today.

It's okay that you're a bit erratic. Just be sure to stay in the game, and be sure to vote every voting round.

There will be a penalty for not voting for three consecutive rounds. Darth Jubba will explain what it is later on. :)


Kevin M. 02-21-2007 11:36 AM


[QUOTE=Chris Lang;4419781]OOC: Well, right now it's at the phase where the characters first arrive and meet each other. At 11pm, there will be the Introduction and Rules to the game. On Thursday at 11pm, there will be the first kill. That will be where the game REALLY takes off, and people will have to vote on who they're going to banish. More on that, of course, at 11pm today.

It's okay that you're a bit erratic. Just be sure to stay in the game, and be sure to vote every voting round.

There will be a penalty for not voting for three consecutive rounds. Darth Jubba will explain what it is later on. :)[/QUOTE]

Nice. I can not wait untill the game starts.


Indigo Al 02-21-2007 12:34 PM


[IMG]http://users.sisna.com/davstock/martin.jpg[/IMG]

As he listened to the Sith Hutt, Martin was certain he had been discovered by Diana, and was now experiencing the hallucinogenic mental torture of her Conversion Chamber. However, he was experiencing nothing that would trigger trauma and Conversion. It was also curious that no images and languages from his native culture would be figuring in the Conversion process.

As time progressed and he met more of the "players", he decided this situation, as impossible and ludicrous as it seemed, might just be real.

Nonetheless, guile and discretion had been his saviors all along, and he would continue to depend on them in order to survive this game. He noted that this Sith Hutt was quite alien in appearance, almost reptilian, and that he was in a world/universe where different alien xenotypes were quite common. He considered revealing his true nature to the players - many of them seemed to have abilities that would enable them to know anyhow - but decided to maintain his disguise. There were many Terrans among the contestants, and his current skinsuit was designed to inspire Terran trust and confidence.

Martin looked over at one of the players in the game, an unusual looking, pink colored Terran dog. He stared at him hard through his sunglasses. His stomach began growling and trace digestive venom began to trickle into his mouth from his glands, and he began wondering how far he would need to distend his jaw to swallow him whole. He quickly pushed that thought aside -- if he was here, he was a sentient being, and it would be wrongful murder to consume him.

[IMG]http://www.jhu.edu/~newslett/02-11-99/2.jpg[/IMG]


Joe Acro 02-21-2007 01:09 PM


Courage awakes to find himself in an odd room on a cold floor. At first, as his eyes and mind adjusted from their sleeping state, he did not notice anything wrong. When everything came into focus, he realized he wasn't in Kansas anymore.

Somewhat panicky, he began calling:

[COLOR="Magenta"]"Muriel? Muriel?!"[/COLOR]

And as he looked around, he spotted a man in a red uniform glaring at him with a sinister expression on his face.

He immediately became overcome with fear. His legs started shaking as a result.

Then he turned his head in another direction, where he saw Jubba the Hutt.

[img]http://sjl-static16.sjl.youtube.com/vi/8VfLRrUCCL0/2.jpg[/img]

He screamed and dashed away.

[img]http://www.glu.com/media/courage_the_cowardly_dog_hh/title_lg.jpg[/img]

...only to run face-first into a wall. He plopped backward onto the floor, only partially conscience.


tangentman 02-21-2007 01:27 PM


[COLOR="Magenta"][b]Emma Frost's Prologue[/b][/COLOR]

The Blackbird soared over the Atlantic ocean, bearing two vetern members of the X-Men: Dr. Henry "Hank" McCoy aka "The Beast" and telepath extraordinaire, Emma Frost. Emma sat pensively in the co-pilot's seat, mulling over the events which necessitated this trip. Everything began with the discovery of an exotic designer drug specifically targeting mutants, called "Kick" on the street. The very same drug had apparently helped one of her most brilliant students, Sophie Cuckoo, kick free of her mortal coil. [COLOR="magenta"]"[i]Pfft[/i]. 'Kick', indeed."[/COLOR]

Beast overheard Emma's remark and turned a quizzical eye toward his fellow teacher. [COLOR="Blue"]"Soliloquies are surely the evidence of a troubled mind, Emma. Perchance, you'd care to unburden yourself, and tell me what's on said mind?"[/COLOR] Although Hank teased Emma, he spoke with a clear undertone of concern. The past two days had been harrowing ones for his friend.

While Emma wanted to confide in Hank, she chose instead to hide behind her trademark brittleness. [COLOR="magenta"]"I'll thank you to keep your mind on your flight path, instead of poking your snout into my business."[/COLOR] With a sniff, she added, [COLOR="magenta"]"Couldn't you plot a course that would actually [i]take[/i] us to Asteroid M?"[/COLOR] Of course, Emma wasn't really focused on the flight.

No, all she could think of was her betrayal at the hands of Esme, the late Sophie's sister and a substantial part of the telepathic collective, "The Stepford Cuckoos". Thanks to Esme, Emma had nearly ended life as the world's most unique diamond collection. [i]Who[/i] had coerced Esme into such a deed, and supplied the girl with a diamond bullet? More importantly, why did that have to happen after the spat with Jean?

This turn of thought brought Emma to the very subject she'd tried to avoid: her love for Scott Summers. The most pedestrian, repressed, emotionally stunted male of the X-Breed. What about the man left Emma's thoughts twisted in turmoil? She sighed as she pondered the underlying concern of this mission: locating the missing Cyclops. Maybe then she could finally have a long overdue conversation with Mr. Summers about the turns their "affair" had taken?

Beast watched Emma's mask slip into place as the telepath struggled with her internal conflicts. Not that [i]he[/i] needed telepathy to understand what was bothering the woman. Still, she had plainly told him that she didn't want to talk about it. Instead, Hank would resort to a tested-and-true method of drawing her out of the funk: deflection by humor. With mock ire and offense, he said, [COLOR="Blue"]"Why, Miss Frost, are you questioning my aviator abilities?"[/COLOR]

However, the question would go unanswered. In that instant, the Blackbird vanished in a haze of white light. Emma blinked when she found herself standing in what looked like a criminal lair. The place somehow looked primitive and advanced at the same time. [COLOR="magenta"][i]Why does this place look familiar? I'm certain I've seen it before...or someplace very like it.[/i][/COLOR]

Emma's reverie was interrupted when she saw a motley assortment of aliens, oddballs, and...[I]television and video game characters made flesh?![/I] Not that Emma ever paid attention to such mundane things, but many of her students shallow interests came clearly through the rapport she shared with them. Sighing with no end of ennui, Emma said, [COLOR="magenta"]"As if we didn't have enough troubles at the school, now I've been abducted by the bloody Shi'ar. Yet [i]another[/i] one of Jean's problems set upon my lap."[/COLOR]

However, the aliens didn't explain the presence of fictional characters. Rolling her eyes, Emma thought "aloud" for all to "hear", [COLOR="magenta"][i]Martinique, if you or your [b]horrid[/b] sister have drawn me into one of your insipid little schemes, I swear I'll psionically scrub your minds until you're little more than rooted vegetables![/i][/COLOR] The first psi-scan didn't turn up any sign of the Wyngardes; in fact, it told Emma that what she now experienced was emphatically [b]real[/b].

That's when she picked up the Hutt's psi-signature, which stood out among the assembled "players". Emma pushed against the mind of her "host" and found formidable psi-shields in place. Not that she couldn't break through with concerted effort, but doing so might leave her vulnerable to the other hooligans. Within seconds, she scanned the surface thoughts of everyone gathered and learned why she was there.

A disdainful upturn of a delicate eyebrow indicated her ire with her "host". [COLOR="magenta"]"Oh [i]brilliant[/i]. I've been abducted by a corpulent slug with delusions of grandeur."[/COLOR]


Indigo Al 02-21-2007 01:42 PM


OOC: Tangentman, I'm almost sorry I didn't choose Diana as my character. Diana, Emma Frost and Evinlea would've been quite a League of Extraordinary Beyotches!


Weirdopky 02-21-2007 01:44 PM


Dr. Cox, after being brought to Darth Jubba's lair, looked around at the odd assortment of people who'd been brought to this place. Then, he noticed Courage.

[COLOR="Teal"]Whell, yello (hello) there... what's this, a pink dog? Ya look like hell, and it seems that this isn't a condition, but you were born that way. If ya get any strange stomach pains, please hesitate to ask. Ok now, who's in charge'a this dump? Is it you, tubbo, because you seem to be yappin' awn (on) so much, ya might kill us all from boredom.[/COLOR]

Back at Sacred Heart, JD is baffled

[COLOR="DarkGreen"]Dr. Cox... Dr. Co-ox, where are you? Oh crap, this isn't good.[/COLOR]

JD's thoughts

[COLOR="DarkGreen"][I]Actually, this was great. For now, I'll be able to relax without Dr. Cox bothering me about one of Jordan's problems, or calling me a girls name.[/I][/COLOR]

Then, JD hears Dr. Cox's last words before he's teleported.

[COLOR="Teal"]This is all your fault, Martha!!![/COLOR]\

[COLOR="DarkGreen"][I]Damnit, how'd he do that?[/I][/COLOR]


Chris Lang 02-21-2007 02:01 PM


[QUOTE=tangentman;4420492]That's when she picked up the Hutt's psi-signature, which stood out among the assembled "players". Emma pushed against the mind of her "host" and found formidable psi-shields in place. Not that she couldn't break through with concerted effort, but doing so might leave her vulnerable to the other hooligans. Within seconds, she scanned the surface thoughts of everyone gathered and learned why she was there.

A disdainful upturn of a delicate eyebrow indicated her ire with her "host". [COLOR="magenta"]"Oh [i]brilliant[/i]. I've been abducted by a corpulent slug with delusions of grandeur."[/COLOR][/QUOTE]

Darth Jubba merely laughed. "[COLOR="Sienna"]On the contrary, my dear, I am on my way to doing things that neither my cousin Jabba nor Palpatine [I]dreamed[/I] were possible! Why settle for ruling one galaxy when you can extend your grasp to whole other universes? Several of you have already been alerted to my presence due to my 'protection' scheme, but I assure you that is only the beginning.[/COLOR]"

At that point, Wesley Crusher walked up to Emma Frost. "I heard people say you were an X-Man." Wesley began. "You sure don't look like it. Did you use that body-switching device Janice Lester used on Captain Kirk? Or did Q snap his fingers and change you? How hard was it getting used to having to go to the bathroom a different way?"

Cologne, meanwhile, just rolled her eyes at the young ensign's behavior. She was not going to be the one to get him out of this one.


Schornforce 02-21-2007 02:19 PM


[QUOTE=Crimson King;4418016]Right as Deadpool was about to finish off his opponent, the world around him suddenly disappeared. A fat sluglike creature stood (er, figuratively speaking) in front of him.

Deadpool: I knew toxic waste was good for mutation! But damn, I never knew it could make you fat and ugly as well.

He turns to the post reader

Deadpool: hey, what is this? one of those traitor games? If it is, tell that scornface guy I want those traitor cards.[/QUOTE]

OOC: Deadpool, here's a special guest to tell you about the "Traitah Tradin' Cards."

"Okay, youse, lissen up! Dat machine whut done made da cards is still in whatevah dimension ol' Doctah Gloom an' his fancy mansion o' vases wuz in! Unless youse t'ink it'll jus' plop right back inta wherevah youse mugs is now, I dunno if any a' dem cards'll appeah! I promise I won't be back in dis Traitah game! If youse'll excuse me, I gots a Pikachu ta capture!"


[B]PROLOGUE:[/B] hmm... is there an amateur log?... anyways--

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

BIC: "Okay, I think everything's set up okay. Red candles set at appropriate places on the pentagram, the mixture of herbs, ready to be burnt, oh-- and the proper creepy knicknacks. Time to start the spellin'. er... spellin' of the witchy kind-- not the "Aquila and the Bee" variety..."

I positioned myself in the center of the pentagram and started the chant. This had better work. It took a lot of effort to get all this stuff and to find the ancient text the chant's imprinted on...

"Goddess Hecate, hear my plea. Let the ancient ritual now begin-- YB EHT YROAH STSOH FO HTAGGOH! MAIDRAGNIW ASOIVEL..."

I never got to finish. A white light surrounded my previously darkened chambers. I felt strange-- like I was leaving the astral plane or something...

Maybe I "Abra-ed" when I should have "Kadabra-ed."

Next thing I knew, I was in this dank place surrounded by... demons. At least, I assume they're demons. There seems to be some regular (?) people and a pink dog too.

Just then, the biggest slimiest demon started to talk about some sort of game. My luck, it's not going to involve Park Place and a little doggy token. When the demon had finished, I turned to the other people and said,

"Uh... just so we're all on the same page here, no one's freaked about a giant talking booger in a cape, right?"



RUMINATIONS: Already, this game was off to a good start, with lots of great roleplaying. Yes, there's some contrivance in how Darth Jubba got the means to host the Traitor Game, but I go into more detail on that when we get to the epilogue. 

The re-presentation begins in Part 1.

The re-presentation continues in Part 3.

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