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And now Part 11 of Traitor Game Essentials' re-presentation of Traitor Game VI: Back to Basics. Here, the group looks up the previous Traitor Game Moon Knight was involved in.



Anthony Johanson 01-21-2007 08:56 PM

Jade sighed, and stated:

"I'll tell you the same thing I told Wolverine, General, do not try idle threats on me, they never work. Still, you seem to be showing an unpresidented display of rage and threats to try and get your way, how odd. Finally, we are not back-stabbing your beloved Shrike,we call it as we see it, as we are forced to."


Crimson King 01-21-2007 09:05 PM

Kassad: "Since The Shrike still has lots of votes, Maybe he should-"

The Shrike stops Kassad from talking by knocking him into a nearby wall.


Chris Lang 01-21-2007 09:17 PM

[QUOTE=Deadpooligan;4273896]"[B]Nay, Ukyo. In my apparent absence, I hath browsed Doom's library and located literature concerning these so called "Traitorous Games". It would appear that Doom had studied the prior games organized by the Beyonder, a Rogue Watcher, and the Monitor before making his own. There have apparently been five prior to this one.[/B]

Bill retrieved one of the volumes (it's trade paperback!), aptly titled "Traitor Games: Volume 4".

"[B]Verily, it would appear Rorschach and Captain Universe had a feud early on, yet worked as a team with Black Bolt, ultimately leading to a dual backstabbing and the team ending in failure. I expect no less from these two.[/B]"[/QUOTE]

Ukyo read the volume with interest. As she turned the pages, she told everyone this. "By the way, Columbo, Prez, and Batman wanted a copy of Cologne's journal of the last Traitor Game. I guess it's too late for Batman to read it, but Cologne sent me a letter with help from either the Rogue Watcher or the Tribunal. She sent a copy of the Journal with the letter."

"But I guess if Doom has a book of it too, there's no need to show you Cologne's journal." She turned to read the book with interest. She stopped when she reached a certain page.

"That dirty lying Rorschach!" she exclaimed with rage, as if Rorschach was a part of this Traitor Game and they'd just successfully proved he was a Traitor. "He LIED in his own journal! He tried to make it sound like he really didn't know who the other Traitors were. But being one himself, he HAD to know, didn't he?"

Ukyo calmed down. "Okay, maybe I should read it again. Maybe it's like that Agatha Christie book I read where the narrator turned out to be the murderer. Maybe he didn't flat-out lie, but only omitted a few details."

"I'm sorry about the outburst." Ukyo said. "But if there's one thing I really and truly hate, it's when people cheat. If Rorschach didn't just lie by omission in his own thoughts, but flat-out lied, he was cheating. I'll have to re-read every thing he did and said in that game carefully, to see whether or not he was cheating."

OOC: Sorry about this, but this was something that really and truly bothered me about Rorschach in Traitor Game IV. Don't get me wrong. I thought his suspicions about Scourge were laugh-out-loud funny. But I've only read through the whole thing once, and I was a bit upset when I got to the part where he was revealed as a Traitor.

That's why I cited the Agatha Christie novel in my description of the Traitor Game early on in this thread. Those who've read the book in question know which book I'm talking about. I'd rather not give away which book it is unless I have to.

But anyway, I really do feel that when roleplaying, players should play fair in their internal monologues. They can mislead other players all they want in their spoken dialogue, but they shouldn't flat-out lie in their internal monologues. Omitting a few details or making things ambiguous is okay, though. You'll note that in the previous game, even though I knew Cologne wasn't the killer, I made her internal monologues ambiguous because I wanted to play fair with the other players. But that's just me, I guess. Anyway, back to the game, and try to play fair, everyone.


Crimson King 01-21-2007 09:22 PM

Kassad recovers quickly from the sudden attack.

Kassad: "F*** you! If you didn't want me to say you should reveal your position in this, then carve it out on the floor instead of trying to kill me."


Chris Lang 01-21-2007 09:47 PM

[QUOTE=Crimson King;4273997]Kassad recovers quickly from the sudden attack.

Kassad: "F*** you! If you didn't want me to say you should reveal your position in this, then carve it out on the floor instead of trying to kill me."[/QUOTE]

Ukyo turned to Kassad. "Kassad, stick to being a military officer. Even though I changed my vote, Shrike's probably still going to get banished. You've done a terrible job of defending the Shrike. Out of about seven points you made, only one or two of them were any good. If I ever have to go to trial, I wouldn't want you as my lawyer."

"I still don't see why you're defending him. Do you REALLY want to fight him that badly? I really don't see why. I must be missing something here."


Crimson King 01-21-2007 09:50 PM

Kassad: Actually, I was trying help you all by making you vote for someone else since The Shrike isn't the traitor. It seems that most people here are fond of throwing votes away. You'll actually be helping the traitors if you choose to banish The Shrike since he's "here to help by routing out the traitors"


The Purple Skull 01-21-2007 10:00 PM

1 hour to go before the next banishment and kill!


Crimson King 01-21-2007 10:00 PM

Kassad: alright, you all have one hour to make your votes useful. I suggest you start voting for the actual traitor.


Chris Lang 01-21-2007 10:02 PM

[QUOTE=Crimson King;4274128]Kassad: Actually, I was trying help you all by making you vote for someone else since The Shrike isn't the traitor. It seems that most people here are fond of throwing votes away. You'll actually be helping the traitors if you choose to banish The Shrike since he's "here to help by routing out the traitors"[/QUOTE]

"Okay." Ukyo replied. "So you were trying to help us, and you were trying to help the Shrike. It's just that you didn't do a good job of it, that's all I'm saying."

"By the way, Kassad. Don't take any of that personally. I'm still wishing you luck if you ever have to fight the Shrike."


Chris Lang 01-21-2007 10:05 PM

[QUOTE=The Purple Skull;4274158]1 hour to go before the next banishment and kill![/QUOTE]

OOC: Just a suggestion, but maybe you should give an update of the voting when you do the 'four hour warning' or the 'two hour warning' or the 'one hour warning'. Since the point of those warnings is to tell people that time's running out if they want to vote or change their votes, it's helpful to know who's voted for who.


Crimson King 01-21-2007 10:06 PM

Kassad: fate says I fall in battle against him, but also take him with me. The Shrike then gets upgrade and fuses with my persona. This is one time I hope fate is wrong.


Chris Lang 01-21-2007 10:23 PM

[QUOTE=Crimson King;4274177]Kassad: fate says I fall in battle against him, but also take him with me. The Shrike then gets upgrade and fuses with my persona. This is one time I hope fate is wrong.[/QUOTE]

"I don't know about you, but I don't like to believe in predestination." Ukyo said. "I'd like to believe you CAN change your destiny."

Ukyo thought about things that she had heard said back home. "Ranma's destined to marry Akane", so many people were saying. She didn't really want to believe any of those people even knew what they were talking about.

So many people threw around the words 'fate' and 'destiny' without even thinking about what those words really meant. What those words really meant was that humanity had no free will, and could only go along with some cosmic author's script. She didn't want to believe that. She wanted to believe that she had a say in what happened to her, and to those she cared about.

"I don't know if you'll be staying here or not, Kassad. If you're leaving, then I want to say goodbye. And good luck. Maybe you'll be able to change your fate after all."


Crimson King 01-21-2007 10:26 PM

Kassad: I might not have to leave if the others would wake up and change their votes.So far, I haven't really seen any proof it's The Shrike that's killing them off.


The Purple Skull 01-21-2007 10:32 PM

[QUOTE=Chris Lang]OOC: Just a suggestion, but maybe you should give an update of the voting when you do the 'four hour warning' or the 'two hour warning' or the 'one hour warning'. Since the point of those warnings is to tell people that time's running out if they want to vote or change their votes, it's helpful to know who's voted for who.[/QUOTE]

Ok. I'll start doing that from now on.

30 minutes to go!

Voting Update 07 darkkeeperjr - Darth Vader [Indigo Al, Joe Acro, Crimson King, moonknight2099, Jeff-E, Chris Lang, Anthony Johanson] 01 Spidey-kid1 – Luffy [Pheonix-NoRelation] 07 Crimson King – The Shrike [Weirdopky, darkkeeperjr, Schornforce, Eternal Torment, kain5252, Superheroic, Deadpooligan] 01 Anthony Johanson - Jade Curtiss [tangentman]

I realized I didn't do a Rogue Watcher update. So tomorrow, I'll do one where 2 people have to plead their case.


Crimson King 01-21-2007 10:40 PM

Kassad: hmm... No one's changing their vote... Looks like they let the traitors get away yet again.


Chris Lang 01-21-2007 10:40 PM

[QUOTE=The Purple Skull;4274303]Ok. I'll start doing that from now on.

30 minutes to go!

Voting Update 06 darkkeeperjr - Darth Vader [Indigo Al, Joe Acro, Crimson King, moonknight2099, Jeff-E, Chris Lang] 01 Spidey-kid1 – Luffy [Pheonix-NoRelation] 08 Crimson King – The Shrike [Weirdopky, darkkeeperjr, Schornforce, Eternal Torment, kain5252, Anthony Johanson, Superheroic, Deadpooligan]

I realized I didn't do a Rogue Watcher update. So tomorrow, I'll do one where 2 people have to plead their case.[/QUOTE]

OOC: You left out this one...

O1 Anthony Johanson - Jade [tangentman]

I think that's all the votes. I might have missed a few, too.


Anthony Johanson 01-21-2007 10:48 PM

Jade sighed, he knew this resulting action would probably haunt him throught the game, but he stated:

" I am not one for making flimsy descisions, however, I believe I may be incorrect. Though I did recieve a mysterious letter detailing how flimsy votes can make the crowd believe you a traitor, I am changing my vote to: [B]Darth Vader[/B]."


darkkeeperjr 01-21-2007 10:48 PM

OOC: Did everyone vote?

IC: [COLOR="Red"]"Could it be that dentarthurdent is a master mind of betrayal and set us up. Could one of the silent ones be a traitor scum?" [/COLOR]


Crimson King 01-21-2007 10:56 PM

Kassad calculates the votes.

Kassad: I believe it is now a tie between Vader and The Shrike. We'll need a tie breaker...


darkkeeperjr 01-21-2007 10:56 PM

[QUOTE=Anthony Johanson;4274384]Jade sighed, he knew this resulting action would probably haunt him throught the game, but he stated:

" I am not one for making flimsy descisions, however, I believe I may be incorrect. Though I did recieve a mysterious letter detailing how flimsy votes can make the crowd believe you a traitor, I am changing my vote to: [B]Darth Vader[/B]."[/QUOTE] "[COLOR="Red"]You receive a note from who? Was it a scum sucking traitor who wants shrike to maim other people? Not that I'm voting for shrike because he may be a traitor,He cut off my arm and that's enough for me. we really don't have enough evidence to vote any one off yet."

[/COLOR]


The Purple Skull 01-21-2007 10:57 PM

[QUOTE=Chris Lang;4274340]OOC: You left out this one...

O1 Anthony Johanson - Jade [tangentman]

I think that's all the votes. I might have missed a few, too.[/QUOTE] Thanks for the heads up. I fixed it. I'm typing up the next update. Should be up soon.

EDIT: I just realized there is now a tie. Looks like the update will be delayed.


Weirdopky 01-21-2007 10:58 PM

[COLOR="Navy"]Ok, Ukyo, I totally get your whole non-predestiny thing. I know from experience. This group of Suits called the Committee tried to ruin my life by causing events that would tear me apart from my friends. Then, they sent this @$$hole taskmaster after me, but I still had people, which caught him off guard.

Now, I'm back in the game, and willing to do whatever it takes to take down crime. Also, I believe that even though this Shrike thing may not be a traitor, if we get rid of him, it allows us to realize that these traitors might not have to be the bad guys. I mean, come on, in my first game, the traitors were all on our side before this, that old bitch madea, Rorscach, and Black Bolt.

Hey Ukyo, does it mention anywhere in that previous game that I basically won that game single handedly? Cause I was able to eliminate both Madea and Rorscach, before that ink-blot sonovabitch killed me off. Then, in the last round, in limbo, I spoke to the remaining players to get rid of Black Bolt, and look what happened. I was right. I don't like tootin' my own horn much, but I have to admit, if I didn't do that, they would've been obliterated by BB's voice. Crazy stuff.[/COLOR]


Chris Lang 01-21-2007 10:58 PM

[QUOTE=Kassad;4274337]Kassad: hmm... No one's changing their vote... Looks like they let the traitors get away yet again.[/QUOTE]

"Except me." Ukyo replied. "I hoped some people would change their votes, or those people who haven't voted would speak up, but it doesn't look like that's going to happen."

"I think I saw the Hulk moving around in the hall a little bit ago, but I still don't know about that Monarch. What's the story with that guy anyway?"

"Looks like he's going to miss another vote." Ukyo said with a sigh. "If he misses one more, he'll probably end up like that Conan guy Cologne told me about. A shame, really. None of us ever got a chance to get to know him."

Just then, Jade spoke up.

[QUOTE=Jade;4274384]Jade sighed, he knew this resulting action would probably haunt him throught the game, but he stated:

" I am not one for making flimsy descisions, however, I believe I may be incorrect. Though I did recieve a mysterious letter detailing how flimsy votes can make the crowd believe you a traitor, I am changing my vote to: [B]Darth Vader[/B]."[/QUOTE]

"That's seven votes for Darth Vader now. I think it's a tie." Ukyo said, looking at the voting board.

Darth Vader was the next to speak.

[QUOTE=Darth Vader;4274386][COLOR="Red"]"Could it be that dentarthurdent is a master mind of betrayal and set us up. Could one of the silent ones be a traitor scum?" [/COLOR][/QUOTE]

"Maybe." said Ukyo. "We can't eliminate anyone from suspicion just because they're silent. Monarch may not have moved since we arrived here, but that doesn't mean he's not one of the Doom Squad. I guess in his case, we'll find out soon enough."

Ukyo was really wondering what was going to happen next. The previous vote had been so one-sided that everyone knew Wolverine was going to be banished. But this vote was a completely different story.

Ukyo waited to see what the results would be.


The Purple Skull 01-21-2007 11:02 PM

I've sent the Breaker a PM asking for a tie-breaking vote. If the Breaker does not give a response by 3 PM ET tomorrow, then I will break the tie. I'll put both names in a hat, and whoever gets chosen gets the tiebreaking vote.

EDIT: I decided to change the Breaker's deadline because I forgot I have classes in the morning.


Chris Lang 01-21-2007 11:03 PM

[QUOTE=Weirdopky;4274430][COLOR="Navy"]Ok, Ukyo, I totally get your whole non-predestiny thing. I know from experience. This group of Suits called the Committee tried to ruin my life by causing events that would tear me apart from my friends. Then, they sent this @$$hole taskmaster after me, but I still had people, which caught him off guard.

Now, I'm back in the game, and willing to do whatever it takes to take down crime. Also, I believe that even though this Shrike thing may not be a traitor, if we get rid of him, it allows us to realize that these traitors might not have to be the bad guys. I mean, come on, in my first game, the traitors were all on our side before this, that old bitch madea, Rorscach, and Black Bolt.

Hey Ukyo, does it mention anywhere in that previous game that I basically won that game single handedly? Cause I was able to eliminate both Madea and Rorscach, before that ink-blot sonovabitch killed me off. Then, in the last round, in limbo, I spoke to the remaining players to get rid of Black Bolt, and look what happened. I was right. I don't like tootin' my own horn much, but I have to admit, if I didn't do that, they would've been obliterated by BB's voice. Crazy stuff.[/COLOR][/QUOTE]

"The Traitors weren't the bad guys in the game Cologne was in, either. They were two good guys, Archie Andrews and Wally West." Ukyo replied. "Furthermore, their host was an evil crazed alternate version of another good guy, Santa Claus. There seemed to be a 'fallen hero' theme going on there."

"Moon Knight, I read up to the part where you found out Rorschach. Maybe we can talk about it later. But we don't know what's going to happen next. Either Vader or the Shrike is going to be banished. Dr. Doom's also promised that there's going to be at least one more murder soon."

"At least with the last round, we knew Wolverine was on the way out. But who knows what's going to happen now?"


Chris Lang 01-21-2007 11:05 PM

[QUOTE=The Purple Skull;4274450]I've sent the Breaker a PM asking for a tie-breaking vote. If the Breaker does not give a response by 3 PM ET tomorrow, then I will break the tie. I'll put both names in a hat, and whoever gets chosen gets the tiebreaking vote.[/QUOTE]

OOC: I'm assuming that this means the vote's already closed, and it's time to wait for the results.


The Purple Skull 01-21-2007 11:16 PM

[QUOTE=Chris Lang;4274461]OOC: I'm assuming that this means the vote's already closed, and it's time to wait for the results.[/QUOTE] Yup. Hopefully, the Breaker can send me their vote before the deadline tomorrow.


Anthony Johanson 01-21-2007 11:32 PM

[QUOTE=darkkeeperjr;4274417]"[COLOR="Red"]You receive a note from who? Was it a scum sucking traitor who wants shrike to maim other people? Not that I'm voting for shrike because he may be a traitor,He cut off my arm and that's enough for me. we really don't have enough evidence to vote any one off yet."

[/COLOR][/QUOTE]

Jade looked at Vader, and replied:

"It was sent by a man who called himself 'Bard'. Apparently he was quite popular with the traitor accusations, partly due to his voting style, and he wasn't a traitor."


Chris Lang 01-21-2007 11:55 PM

[QUOTE=Anthony Johanson;4274579]Jade looked at Vader, and replied:

"It was sent by a man who called himself 'Bard'. Apparently he was quite popular with the traitor accusations, partly due to his voting style, and he wasn't a traitor."[/QUOTE]

Ukyo chimed in. "Cologne wrote all about that Bard guy in her journal. Apparently, the Hulk was convinced that the Bard was a traitor. Cologne felt bad that she didn't do her homework on that guy, because it turned out he was capable of summoning other creatures to do his bidding. He wasn't a traitor, though, even though the Hulk seemed sure he was."

"I don't know why the Bard would be sending you letters, Jade. Have you two ever met?"


Anthony Johanson 01-22-2007 12:26 AM

Jade shook his head, and answered:

"Before a few weeks ago, no I did not. However, when I was out on a military venture. A man claiming to be 'time displaced' due to a fight with his 'Queen of Hell' Wife, Caleigh came up to me. Naturally, I did not believe him, and I had some guards throw him into jail. However, with some coaxing from the Bard, he gave me a letter detailing his journeys. In one portion was a note on the Traitor Game.

In the end though, I didn't know where he went off to, as he vanished but a few days later."


Weirdopky 01-22-2007 12:34 AM

[COLOR="Navy"]Well, since the banishment's been delayed, I guess we have more time to talk before someone gets the axe. Anyway, Ukyo, you're aquaintance, Cologne, wasn't too great at her job. I mean, she never got a right guess, and because of her inquisitve nature, got killed by Archie for it. If I were you, I'd be careful. You're probably wanderin' too close to learning about some of the traitors, and they'll probably want you taken out. Just a warning. I've seen plenty of people get killed or banished because of it. In my first game, we got ride of Hal Jordan, who turned out to be one of the good guys, trying to investigate. Just a warning.[/COLOR]


Chris Lang 01-22-2007 12:59 AM

[QUOTE=Weirdopky;4274812][COLOR="Navy"]Well, since the banishment's been delayed, I guess we have more time to talk before someone gets the axe. Anyway, Ukyo, you're aquaintance, Cologne, wasn't too great at her job. I mean, she never got a right guess, and because of her inquisitve nature, got killed by Archie for it. If I were you, I'd be careful. You're probably wanderin' too close to learning about some of the traitors, and they'll probably want you taken out. Just a warning. I've seen plenty of people get killed or banished because of it. In my first game, we got ride of Hal Jordan, who turned out to be one of the good guys, trying to investigate. Just a warning.[/COLOR][/QUOTE]

"Well, Cologne DID vote for Wally, who was one of the Traitors." Ukyo said. "Though he did confess to it. She didn't vote for him right away, though. She voted for Kyle Rayner and tried to get the Vigilante to kill Wally."

"But the Vigilante wasn't all that great at his job. Either he really thought Cartman was the killer, or he just decided that the whole 'Vigilante' thing was just like being a 'Traitor', because he wasted his kill on Cartman. It was his last kill, too, as the others voted to banish him. Since the Vigilante failed, Cologne voted for Wally next round, and it turned out he wasn't just messing with their heads. He really was one of the Traitors."

"I was hoping this game's Vigilante would be better, but I guess we'll never really know." Ukyo sighed. "Anyway, I guess the lesson there is you can try to prompt people to do things, but there's no guarantee they'll do them."

"Moon Knight, thanks for the warning, but I'm not sure what you want me to do. I don't think there are any guarantees here. Are you saying Power Girl and the others have the right idea? I don't think any of us would be any safer if we just kept our mouths shut. Really, some of us might even get voted out because we've been quiet."

"And Moon Knight, I know you're proud of yourself for catching the Traitors in that other game, but don't get overconfident, okay? You're no safer than the rest of us."


Deadpooligan 01-22-2007 06:42 AM

[QUOTE=Weirdopky;4274430][COLOR="Navy"]Hey Ukyo, does it mention anywhere in that previous game that I basically won that game single handedly? Cause I was able to eliminate both Madea and Rorscach, before that ink-blot sonovabitch killed me off. Then, in the last round, in limbo, I spoke to the remaining players to get rid of Black Bolt, and look what happened. I was right. I don't like tootin' my own horn much, but I have to admit, if I didn't do that, they would've been obliterated by BB's voice. Crazy stuff.[/COLOR][/QUOTE]

OOC: Hey, c'mon guys, [I]I[/I] played Rorschach. No need to bash my play style ;) .

IC: "[B]Nay, Moon Knight. It would appear Green Lantern knew all along, and you were just the first to listen to him. It would also appear that Rorschach's loss could be chalked up to many inactive participants suddenly becoming active to vote.[/B]"

Bill threw the book on a table.

"[b]I digress. Verily, one of them shall be eliminated.[/b]"


Superheroic 01-22-2007 08:10 AM

Captain America wondered perhaps if he'd made the wrong choice with his vote. Both Jade and Ukyo had changed their votes to Darth Vader, and, if Ukyo was to be believed, Vader was not one of the good guys either. Cap knew nothing of Vader's history so he couldn't say anything to dispute those voting for him. There was now a tie in banishment votes, someone Doom delegated as a "breaker" would presumably make the choice of which one would be banished.

No, Cap was content with his vote. Either way a bad guy will be banished. Hopefully one of them will be in the Doom Squad.


Superheroic 01-22-2007 08:14 AM

[QUOTE=Beta Ray Bill;4275835]OOC: Hey, c'mon guys, [I]I[/I] played Rorschach. No need to bash my play style ;) .

IC: "[B]Nay, Moon Knight. It would appear Green Lantern knew all along, and you were just the first to listen to him. It would also appear that Rorschach's loss could be chalked up to many inactive participants suddenly becoming active to vote.[/B]"

Bill threw the book on a table.

"[b]I digress. Verily, one of them shall be eliminated.[/b]"[/QUOTE]

"Bill," Cap approached the Alien Thunder God, "Was the Green Lantern you read about named Hal Jordan? I know that man. We fought together during a different kind of game, where the Gamesmaster and Kronas vied over 7 very powerful relics from our respective Universes. He is a good man. One of the best."


Jeff-E 01-22-2007 09:25 AM

"Man this is one jacked up game, Vader and Shrike are both up for elimination, the banishment and kill has been postponed, and we are still not a whole lot closer to knowing who exactly the traitors are... to quote Han, I got a bad feeling about this."


Superheroic 01-22-2007 09:31 AM

[QUOTE=Jeff-E;4276075]"Man this is one jacked up game, Vader and Shrike are both up for elimination, the banishment and kill has been postponed, and we are still not a whole lot closer to knowing who exactly the traitors are... to quote Han, I got a bad feeling about this."[/QUOTE]

Cap heard Jeff and decided to talk to the man, "I have to tell you I'm impressed by you Jeff. You've managed to calm down and become an active participant in the game. I think you were one of the first people to vote for Vader this round, against the most obvious suspect, Shrike. That takes guts. If Vader turns out to be one of the Doom Squad people will have to start listening to you. I'm proud of you," Cap finished, patting Jeff on his back.


Chris Lang 01-22-2007 09:34 AM

[QUOTE=Deadpooligan;4275835]OOC: Hey, c'mon guys, [I]I[/I] played Rorschach. No need to bash my play style ;) .

IC: "[B]Nay, Moon Knight. It would appear Green Lantern knew all along, and you were just the first to listen to him. It would also appear that Rorschach's loss could be chalked up to many inactive participants suddenly becoming active to vote.[/B]"

Bill threw the book on a table.

"[b]I digress. Verily, one of them shall be eliminated.[/b]"[/QUOTE]

OOC: I still need to go back and read it again, just to give one the benefit of a doubt.

IC:

"Bill, you're right. That Moon Knight needs to get over himself." Ukyo said, her voice filled with bitterness. "Did you hear what he just said? Not only does he BRAG about his success in that Traitor Game, but then he has the nerve to bring up how Cologne failed to find the last Traitor!"

"And what's with that warning...or is it a threat? If he's not one of the Traitors, I bet he wants the rest of us to stop investigating just so he can get all the credit for catching them just like in that other game!"

Ukyo calmed herself down. "I'm sorry. I'm not as good as Cologne at keeping my emotions on the inside."

She turned to Moon Knight. "I think you should have checked your ego at the door, mister. It's probably too late now, anyway. The Doom Squad has probably already decided on its next victim. And I think it'll probably be someone who practically gave himself away in the last few hours."

"Shrike and Darth Vader are safe, though. They won't choose to kill someone who's close to being banished. I would have liked to see how they handled the Shrike, though. I mean, you'd think that if they TRIED, we'd find all three of them dead or stuck on that Tree of Pain, and then Doom would go 'Nooo! My Doom Squad!'"

Ukyo laughed at the idea. "Yeah, right. We should [I]be[/I] so lucky."


Jeff-E 01-22-2007 09:51 AM

[QUOTE=Superheroic;4276094]Cap heard Jeff and decided to talk to the man, "I have to tell you I'm impressed by you Jeff. You've managed to calm down and become an active participant in the game. I think you were one of the first people to vote for Vader this round, against the most obvious suspect, Shrike. That takes guts. If Vader turns out to be one of the Doom Squad people will have to start listening to you. I'm proud of you," Cap finished, patting Jeff on his back.[/QUOTE]

After Cap's comment I was very proud: "Thanks Sir, you have to understand where I'm from everyone here doesn't exist in a "real" term, you are all fictional figures, Icons of media and pop-culture so it kind of messed with me when suddenly I'm face to face with some of you. Especially you, Captain America, you are one of my favorite, well sorry but where I'm from, you're only a comic character, but your stories have always been an inspiration to me. I've been through some bad stuff in my life and the stories I've read since I was a kid have been one of the few constants in my life, they've always been there for me. However like I said that does give me some help since I have a knowledge of most of the contestants in this game... I just hope I've made the right choice in voting for Vader, but I can't second guess myself in a situation like this, I just have to go with it and suffer the consequences if I am indeed wrong in my vote. If I am wrong I do know where I want to go with my next vote though."


Chris Lang 01-22-2007 10:00 AM

[QUOTE=Jeff-E;4276135]After Cap's comment I was very proud: "Thanks Sir, you have to understand where I'm from everyone here doesn't exist in a "real" term, you are all fictional figures, Icons of media and pop-culture so it kind of messed with me when suddenly I'm face to face with some of you. Especially you, Captain America, you are one of my favorite, well sorry but where I'm from, you're only a comic character, but your stories have always been an inspiration to me. I've been through some bad stuff in my life and the stories I've read since I was a kid have been one of the few constants in my life, they've always been there for me. However like I said that does give me some help since I have a knowledge of most of the contestants in this game... I just hope I've made the right choice in voting for Vader, but I can't second guess myself in a situation like this, I just have to go with it and suffer the consequences if I am indeed wrong in my vote. If I am wrong I do know where I want to go with my next vote though."[/QUOTE]

"Most of these people are only fictional characters on my world, too." Ukyo said. "And I only recognize a few of them."

"I bet there's probably some comic book, movie or anime featuring me on your world, Jeff." Ukyo said with a smile. "Hmm...maybe it's called [U]Ukyo Kuonji, Okonomiyaki Cook Extraordinaire![/U]"

Ukyo waited a bit, and then laughed. "Just kidding. I bet I'm only a supporting player in whatever book or something I'm a character in where you come from."



RUMINATIONS: Admittedly, I was a bit harsh on Rorschach. But yes, I do like people to play fair. Those reading carefully will note that Ukyo's internal monologues probably will still make sense regardless of what role she might have in the game. As to whether or not she does have a special role besides being one of the players, I'm not spoiling it for those reading this for the first time. :)

The Re-presentation continues in Part 12.

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