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And now the Traitor Game Essentials re-presentation of Traitor Game V: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Traitor continues. The Big Reveal occurs, letting us know that in the Traitor Games, ANYONE can be coerced into becoming a Traitor. Mind control, coercion, and all sorts of means can be used to make even the most normally decent people into Traitors. With that out of the way, let's continue the Re-presentation.




Superheroic 01-02-2007 04:52 PM

[QUOTE=The Bard;4187068]"In which case, may I take a raincheck on that. Is the 12th of Never good for you?"[/QUOTE][COLOR="DarkGreen"] "Here, let me check."[/COLOR] The Hulk opened his hand and looked at his empty palm. He ran a finger down as if reading something on the hand. [COLOR="DarkGreen"]"No, that doesn't work for me. My guess is you're going to be keeping tonight's appointment." [/COLOR]

[QUOTE=Cologne ;4186831]Cologne handed out envelopes to both the Wonder Girl she had known for this entire game, and the future Donna Troy who remembered this game as part of her past. She then proceeded to hand out envelopes to the Hulk, Green Lantern, the Flash, Archie Andrews and the Bard. She had a few envelopes remaining, addressed to others in the group. These she laid on the center table, hoping the others would claim them.[/QUOTE]

Hulk looked at the envelope, then at Cologne, [COLOR="DarkGreen"]"What's this?"[/COLOR] Hulk tore open one end of the envelope, then blew into the open the side. He pulled out the letter and began to read.


Anthony Johanson 01-02-2007 05:06 PM

The Bard was a bit fearful, but stated:

"I'm sorry my good, albeit idiotic person. I have a previous obligation that I have to accomplish, so I cannot be able to make any of your appointments. However, my good friend Brute said it would be an honor for him to step in."


Weirdopky 01-02-2007 05:40 PM

ok people, tonight's the night. I'll be on later, but for now, here's the vote so far.

Jeff-E/Ronan the Accuser-3 (Jeff-E, Indigo Al, Anthony Johanson)

wow, this is pretty unanimous. Even Ronan accused himself. Ha ha ha, just kidding. Anyway, there'll be a crazy amount of stuff tonight.


Chris Lang 01-02-2007 06:01 PM

[QUOTE=The Hulk;4188104]Hulk looked at the envelope, then at Cologne, [COLOR="DarkGreen"]"What's this?"[/COLOR] Hulk tore open one end of the envelope, then blew into the open the side. He pulled out the letter and began to read.[/QUOTE]

Cologne watched the Hulk do this. "I had intended for you to read that after we had all gone our seperate ways. But if you wish to read it now, I will not stop you."

The letter read as follows:

[QUOTE]Dr. Banner,

If you are reading this, then perhaps you have made it safely to your home dimension. Or perhaps you are still stranded a long way from home. In either case, I wish to leave you with some final advice. I say final because since we are from two different dimensions, we may never see each other again after we leave what the future Donna Troy referred to as 'Earth Y'. Of course, this experience alone should teach us that anything is possible.

I believe you are a man struggling to find balance. You realize you may never be entirely free of your curse, so you struggle to combine the best elements of your two personas, the Hulk and Dr. Banner. I wish you luck in this situation.

During the game, you showed me that Dr. Banner is still within you. Your discussion earlier about Tabula Rasa impressed me. Do not lose sight of your rational side. I believe that should you return home, you will have many hardships to face. If this Tony Stark is capable of sending you into space, you will need to use your wits as well as your strength to survive whatever else he or his allies might have in store for you.

I am sorry that you took my suspicion of you personally. Your more rational side should realize that in a 'game' such as the one we were a part of, we cannot eliminate anyone from suspicion merely because we get along with them. I must also confess that I did not really research the Bard as much as I should have. Otherwise, I might have known about his allies and discussed them with the group sooner than I did.

If you did not succumb to the temptation to read this earlier, you should probably have already found out whether or not the Bard is the renegade elf as you suspected. If you were wrong, do not let it upset you too much. If you were right, do not become so proud of yourself that you become a braggart. Too much pride is a dangerous thing.

We may not ever meet again. I hope you will remember me, and my advice.

Farewell,

The Elder Cologne[/QUOTE]

Cologne just nodded as the Hulk read her letter. She did not really know much about the Hulk's problems back in his home dimension, but she hoped her advice would be useful to him anyway.


Weirdopky 01-02-2007 07:35 PM

about half an hour left in the game. It looks like this game's final banished player is gonna be Ronan. Well, if that's the way the cookie crumbles, it shall be that way. Can't wait to show you guys what I've got in mind.


Chris Lang 01-02-2007 07:52 PM

Cologne turned her attention briefly back to the voting. Everyone had voted for Ronan, including Ronan himself. "Accuser, accuse thyself." she said, with a slight chuckle.

Of course Ronan's vote for himself was not necessary. There were only three people eligible for voting. If two of them voted for Ronan, then he would be banished, regardless of who Ronan himself voted for.

Cologne then turned her attention to the rest of the group. Conan had hid himself in his quarters after their return from the 'endless Christmas movie room. Apparently, he was upset with himself over his failure to find the renegade elves.

Lex Luthor had been silent for some time. Since Wonder Girl was no longer one of the suspects, it appeared he had nothing to say.

Cartman had gone to the kitchen with the resurrected Kenny McCormick, in search of more food. It was clear that Cartman was back to his normal self.

Wonder Girl's future selves had offered some strategies for escaping. Perhaps those strategies would not be necessary, perhaps they would.

The King still popped up to hand out a fast food item every now and then, but few people actually seemed interested. The Joker had been uncharacteristically quiet. And Ant-Man was avoiding everyone, even those who had not voted him for banishment.

The Hulk insisted that the Bard was going to keep that 'appointment'. Whether he would or not, Cologne could not say.

"It is time for the final banishment." Cologne said to the group. "After that, I suspect things are going to get crazy."

There was a pause. "Yes, this whole misadventure has been crazy. But there is still more craziness to come. We had best be ready to deal with whatever happens next."


Weirdopky 01-02-2007 08:04 PM

And so, the time had come for that final banishment and kill ceremony.


[COLOR="DarkRed"]Well, my little fools, it's been a long journey through this crazy game, but we're hear, the final banishment, and the winner, I mean loser, is, wow, what a surprise (not really) [B]Ronan the Kree Accuser.[/B] Anyway, since we didn't do anything on new years, i thought we'd do our own little ball-dropping ceremony. 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 Happy 2007, you little jackasses. Now, the ball will go in the kitchen for the time being.[/COLOR]

He poofed it away.

[COLOR="DarkRed"]Goodbye Ronan. I mean, what the hell, let's just leave him here. But he's banished.[/COLOR]

Then, they hear the shouts of a man coming from the kitchen.

[COLOR="DarkRed"]What could that be??[/COLOR] They walk in, to find [B]The Bard[/B] covered in shards of glass.

[COLOR="DarkRed"]it seems my renegade has made his final move, taking the Bard's life by hurling the 2007 ball at him. How sad. Well, you all suck. You were too gullable with Archie's acting skills. Ha ha ha.[/COLOR]

Archie grinned sheepishly and shrugged his shoulders at the assembled group....

"Well...umm... Santa said if I helped him, he'd get me a brand new jacuzzi entertainment room! And, personalized, handwritten invites for a clothing-optional party sent to Betty, Veronica, Katie Keane, Cheryl Blossom, AND Sabrina the teenaged witch!"

Total silence surrounded him. He looked at everyone and saw faces change from puzzlement, disbelief, to sheer anger, as they began to edge closer to him.

"BYE!" He flew down the hall at top speed, and the chase began, and the chorus of assembled players yelled

"AAAAAAAAARCHIEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!"

[COLOR="DarkRed"]Since you all failed, I've decided to bring my cloaked friend with me. Sir, you may now reveal yourself. (drum roll) It's...IT'S... IT'S... Rudolph the red-nosed traitor. He agrees that you all need to be taught a lesson. Now, he's going to use his highly advanced magic and weaponry to gun you all down. Have a nice afterlife, you stupid bitches.[/COLOR]


[COLOR="DarkOrange"]Forget them Santa, you're the one I'm after. After so much crap I've had to deal with from you, and I don't get paid, or anything, You're gonna die, fatass. Ha ha ha ha ha!!!![/COLOR]

Now, santa had been shot and maimed on the brink of death.

[COLOR="DarkRed"]Damn you, Rudolph, you son of a bitch. You'll pay for this.[/COLOR]

[COLOR="DarkOrange"]Not likely, asshole. Die, you fat sack of crap!!!!!!!![/COLOR]

Now, santa lay dead on the floor, in a puddle of his own blood. Now, Rudolph turned to the rest of the players.

[COLOR="DarkOrange"]Actually, now I've decided to go through with killing you all as well.[/COLOR]

As soon as he said that, the theme from Beverly Hills Cop started blaring.

[COLOR="DarkOrange"]Why would that dumbass Rogue watcher come back, the game's over? What the hell?[/COLOR]

Then, everyone was surprised when the smoke cleared, and it wasn't the watcher, but a man in a bright white costume, with a crescent shape on his chest.

[COLOR="Navy"]You dumb sack of crap, Rudolph. I'm not the rogue watcher, but I am workin' with him to take you out. The name's Marc Spector, but you can call me your death dealer. I also go by Moon Knight. Anyway, when word got around about this figure, thanks to Cologne's information and suspicion, the big guy sent out a warning to anyone not in the actual game, but still taking part in it. So, I came via The RW's teleporter with gifts for everyone.[/COLOR]

He pulls out a bunch of crescents and throws them into the hands of all the players.

[COLOR="Navy"]Use these to take you back to your realities. I'll take care of the reindeer. Let's finish this, you stupid motha F$#%ER!!!![/COLOR]

MK takes out a glowing crescent, and quickly launches it at Rudolph. It catches him off guard on the neck, and then starts chopping him up. Now, he lay dead on the floor, his limbs forming "2007" on the floor.

[COLOR="Navy"]There you go, you freakin' jackass. That'll teach you to mess with me. Now, everyone, head home. Hope you get home safe and tell all your friends about this. And Doom, Ronan, & FFF, I'm gonna come after you soon enough with some friends. Don't you worry[/COLOR]

Then, he teleported out.

[CENTER][SIZE="7"]THE END[/SIZE][/CENTER]


Well, everyone, you didn't get the final traitor, but everything worked out in the end. It was fun. See ya later.


Chris Lang 01-02-2007 08:20 PM

[QUOTE=Weirdopky;4188896][COLOR="DarkRed"]Since you all failed, I've decided to bring my cloaked friend with me. Sir, you may now reveal yourself. (drum roll) It's...IT'S... IT'S... Rudolph the red-nosed traitor. He agrees that you all need to be taught a lesson. Now, he's going to use his highly advanced magic and weaponry to gun you all down. Have a nice afterlife, you stupid bitches.[/COLOR]

[COLOR="DarkOrange"]Forget them Santa, you're the one I'm after. After so much crap I've had to deal with from you, and I don't get paid, or anything, You're gonna die, fatass. Ha ha ha ha ha!!!![/COLOR]

Now, santa had been shot and maimed on the brink of death.

[COLOR="DarkRed"]Damn you, Rudolph, you son of a bitch. You'll pay for this.[/COLOR]

[COLOR="DarkOrange"]Not likely, asshole. Die, you fat sack of crap!!!!!!!![/COLOR]

Now, santa lay dead on the floor, in a puddle of his own blood. Now, Rudolph turned to the rest of the players.

[COLOR="DarkOrange"]Actually, now I've decided to go through with killing you all as well.[/COLOR]

As soon as he said that, the theme from Beverly Hills Cop started blaring.

[COLOR="DarkOrange"]Why would that dumbass Rogue watcher come back, the game's over? What the hell?[/COLOR]

Then, everyone was surprised when the smoke cleared, and it wasn't the watcher, but a man in a bright white costume, with a crescent shape on his chest.

[COLOR="Navy"]You dumb sack of crap, Rudolph. I'm not the rogue watcher, but I am workin' with him to take you out. The name's Marc Spector, but you can call me your death dealer. I also go by Moon Knight. Anyway, when word got around about this figure, thanks to Cologne's information and suspicion, the big guy sent out a warning to anyone not in the actual game, but still taking part in it. So, I came via The RW's teleporter with gifts for everyone.[/COLOR]

He pulls out a bunch of crescents and throws them into the hands of all the players.

[COLOR="Navy"]Use these to take you back to your realities. I'll take care of the reindeer. Let's finish this, you stupid motha F$#%ER!!!![/COLOR]

MK takes out a glowing crescent, and quickly launches it at Rudolph. It catches him off guard on the neck, and then starts chopping him up. Now, he lay dead on the floor, his limbs forming "2007" on the floor.

[COLOR="Navy"]There you go, you freakin' jackass. That'll teach you to mess with me. Now, everyone, head home. Hope you get home safe and tell all your friends about this. And Doom, Ronan, & FFF, I'm gonna come after you soon enough with some friends. Don't you worry[/COLOR]

Then, he teleported out.

Well, everyone, you didn't get the final traitor, but everything worked out in the end. It was fun. See ya later.[/QUOTE]

[B]EPILOGUE[/B]

There was a pause as the assembled group stared at the bodies of their former host and the red-nosed traitor. The silence was broken by a chuckle from Cologne.

"Just goes to show you can still be surprised, even at my age." Cologne said, with a smile. "Since our host hinted that at least one of his reindeer was still alive, I suspected that reindeer might be our Cloaked Figure. But Moon Knight's intervention I did not see coming. I am glad that he did intervene, though. He saved us the trouble of having to overcome the Red-Nosed Traitor ourselves."

"Anyway, the game is over. I suspect that Earth Y will be a better place now that its insane Santa Claus is dead. Though its children will miss having a special figure to give them presents every Christmas Eve. Then again, I suppose they can manage. I hear that in a number of dimensions, Santa Claus is just a myth and it is the children's parents who actually give their children the presents. Perhaps now that shall be the way on this world."

"Our benefactor has given us the means of returning to our own universes. We have time to wrap up any business we have remaining here, and to say our farewells. Who knows if any of us shall ever meet again after we leave here? But I must say this has indeed been a fascinating experience."

OOC: And indeed it has. It's been fun participating in this Traitor Game. I had more fun playing the 'wise elder' than I thought I would when I chose Cologne as my character. Loved the ending twist, by the way. I'm surprised I didn't see the Moon Knight thing coming.


Weirdopky 01-02-2007 08:29 PM

[QUOTE=Chris Lang;4188963] OOC: And indeed it has. It's been fun participating in this Traitor Game. I had more fun playing the 'wise elder' than I thought I would when I chose Cologne as my character. Loved the ending twist, by the way. I'm surprised I didn't see the Moon Knight thing coming.[/QUOTE]

Glad you enjoyed. Sorry if that Mk thing confused you, but I'm a big Moon Knight fan, and I was him in the last game, so I thougt it would be cool to bring back an old character. So, that's it. Sometime soon, I'll post up what was actually sent to me by Young Avenger, Indigo Al, and Joe Acro as the Good Elf and Renegade Elves, respectively.


Anthony Johanson 01-02-2007 08:52 PM

OOC: Holy ****, I was actually right in naming off Archie. Boy should I have stuck to my vote.

Still I did get a sense of deja vu, when the Hulk/Superheroric continuously kept trying to vote me off/ point it in my direction. Just like last game.


Chris Lang 01-02-2007 09:11 PM

[QUOTE=Weirdopky;4188994]Glad you enjoyed. Sorry if that Mk thing confused you, but I'm a big Moon Knight fan, and I was him in the last game, so I thougt it would be cool to bring back an old character. So, that's it. Sometime soon, I'll post up what was actually sent to me by Young Avenger, Indigo Al, and Joe Acro as the Good Elf and Renegade Elves, respectively.[/QUOTE]

OOC: The reason I said I was surprised I didn't see the Moon Knight thing coming was because I should have, seeing as you played him in the last game and all. I'll be interested to see those notes from those playing the Renegade Elves and the Good Elf. I suppose I may post the text of some of the letters Cologne wrote for the characters, whether there are posts in which the characters read them or not. But anyway, I enjoyed being part of this crazy whodunnit. It really has been quite a ride. :)


Weirdopky 01-02-2007 09:54 PM

the first good elf kill was accidentally deleted. Therefore, we'll skip to the first renegade kill.

[QUOTE=Indigo Al]OK, I did this write up....let me know if you like it, and if you have any changes

[I]Our first target is the Super-Skrull!

While everyone is asleep, Flash creates a short range, localized mini anti-matter bomb at Super-Speed from materials in Santa's workshop. (Let us know if you feel this is legal). He then straps it to Santa's sleigh.

While the Skrull is in his quarters, Archie uses his Quantum Bands to hurl the sleigh straight into his quarters. The resulting explosion annhilates the Super-Skrull.[/I][/QUOTE]

Notice that it's not exactly as I put it, but I made it more appropriate with the characters.


The Purple Skull 01-02-2007 10:11 PM

Fresh from blowing out his brains, the ghost of Dr. Doom appears

[COLOR="Green"]It was Archie?!?!?!

3 2 1. 1 2 3. What the heck is bothering me!

Bah! This game was a huge nusiance to the great Victor Von Doom, the undisputed Lord of Latveria! You shall all pay for your heinous crimes! Why does it seem that a great man such as myself always get caught in inferior games that do not even come close to challenging my superior intellect?[/COLOR]


Flashback to another game Dr. Doom was involved in

Franklin Richards: Connect Four! I win, Uncle Victor!

(Knocks over the Connect Four set in anger) [COLOR="Green"]Bah! This game is rigged! This Milton Bradley character has made a powerful enemy today![/COLOR]


Back at the Workshop [COLOR="Green"]Hmph. Connect Four. That game was a bigger sham than Street Fighter.[/COLOR]


OOC: My comp is back running again. Man oh man I couldn't believe it was Archie who was the final traitor! And as you can see, I just had to add one last flashback to end Doom's story. This game was great fun, and it was truly a blast interacting with everyone here. I must say, we all made one of hell of a story together.

I was thinking about taking over the hosting duties for the next game (whenever that is), but I had so much fun being one of the players, that I'll wait and see who wants to volunteer to be the next host.

Great job, Weirdopky!


Chris Lang 01-02-2007 10:49 PM

[QUOTE=The Purple Skull;4189455]Flashback to another game Dr. Doom was involved in

Franklin Richards: Connect Four! I win, Uncle Victor!

(Knocks over the Connect Four set in anger) [COLOR="Green"]Bah! This game is rigged! This Milton Bradley character has made a powerful enemy today![/COLOR]


Back at the Workshop [COLOR="Green"]Hmph. Connect Four. That game was a bigger sham than Street Fighter.[/COLOR][/QUOTE]

Cologne turned to Dr. Doom. "I suspect the teleportational crescent your old friend Moon Knight gave us will work on you, even if you are incorporeal at the moment. You are free to leave here any time."

Cologne paused. "However, at the risk of making a powerful enemy today, I cannot allow you to take the Official High Energy Plutonium Powered 500 Blast Radial Precision Continuum Transfunctioner with you. It is just too dangerous to leave in your hands."

"The Transfunctioner might have been a good weapon to use against the Red-Nosed Traitor. But I am glad Moon Knight stepped in and saved us the trouble. It seems the Rogue Watcher is taking a more active role in these 'Traitor Games' than I realized. I am glad I was able to help supply him with information he needed, even if I did not realize it at the time."

"If you cannot make your crescent work without a physical body, I am sure the Rogue Watcher will probably intervene to help get you home. The rest of us will just tie up all the loose ends before we leave."

Cologne only now realized that she had not seen Archie since he had been revealed as the last renegade elf. Had any of those who had actually chased Archie caught him, and if so, what had they done with him? Perhaps he had already used his crescent to return home. If he had, Cologne hoped he would read the letter she had given him.

OOC: I was thinking of volunteering for hosting duties myself, but I too had fun being one of the players. I agree that all together, we put together one heck of a story. Comedy, drama, suspense, emotion, some interesting characterization...it was all there. Now all that's left is just epilogue stuff and musings.

By the way, I had to copy and paste the phrase "Official High Energy Plutonium Powered 500 Blast Radial Precision Continuum Transfunctioner" in this note and in the previous note where I felt it necessary to use the entire phrase. No way was I even going to ATTEMPT to type that from memory. :)


The Purple Skull 01-02-2007 11:04 PM

OOC: You thought typing Official High Energy Plutonium Powered 500 Blast Radial Precision Continuum Transfunctioner was hard? Try thinking up the name! :p. Also, by all means, Chris, you should give hosting a shot. I think you would do a good job.

And while I'm at it, I think for next game, we stick with a theme to the characters players use. I like darkeeperjr's idea with using low-tech characters. That would be pretty fun.



BYC 01-03-2007 12:40 AM

After everybody rematerialized and gathered their wits about them, the King pushes a huge Whopper out from the kitchen area. Giving his hearty trademark smile, he quickly gives everybody the FINGER! As the shock of this is wearing off, he jumps in the doorway. 3...2...1...

BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM.

OOC: Thus, another game ends. Getting a bit burnt out by all of it. Need to recharge some batteries.


Chris Lang 01-03-2007 01:18 AM

[QUOTE=BYC;4189843]After everybody rematerialized and gathered their wits about them, the King pushes a huge Whopper out from the kitchen area. Giving his hearty trademark smile, he quickly gives everybody the FINGER! As the shock of this is wearing off, he jumps in the doorway. 3...2...1...

BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM.

OOC: Thus, another game ends. Getting a bit burnt out by all of it. Need to recharge some batteries.[/QUOTE]

Fortunately, no one appeared to have been hurt by this explosion. Perhaps the Super-Skrull had intervened with one of his force fields.

Cologne looked around, and saw that this initial assessment was incorrect. Lying on the floor, fatally burned with burning mustard from the exploding Whopper, was Kenny McCormick.

Cologne shook her head. "The Burger King will probably get his, one of these days. Sooner or later, the fast food chain that he works for will decide his services are no longer required. Then he will be in serious trouble."

"Still, I had considered setting an explosive to destroy this place once the last of us has left. I am not sure if we should just leave it is at is."

"[COLOR="Teal"]You won't have to![/COLOR]" an unfamiliar voice exclaimed.

Standing in the doorway was a six-foot tall bipedal rabbit, wearing a winter coat decorated with pictures of Easter baskets. "[COLOR="Teal"]I'm going to be in charge of this place now[/COLOR]." the rabbit said.

"You are obviously the Easter Bunny." Cologne replied. "But what are you doing here?'

"[COLOR="Teal"]I heard about how crazy Santa had become from Mrs. Claus. She left him a year ago when he was just starting to snap. I'm afraid it didn't help matters any. Anyway, I knew his days were numbered, so I've been waiting for my chance to take over his business."[/COLOR].

"So you are going to replace Santa Claus. Are you sure you are up to the job?" Cologne asked.

"[COLOR="Teal"]Sure! Leaving presents under Christmas trees isn't all that different from leaving Easter baskets. And I don't even need a sleigh or reindeer to do it![/COLOR]"

"Are you sure you'll be happy doing it? The pressure of delivering to children around the world and getting little thanks for it drove Santa mad after all."

"[COLOR="Teal"]I'll be fine[/COLOR]!" the Easter Bunny said. "[COLOR="Teal"]I'm sure that once word gets out that Santa Claus bought the farm, little children won't be taking their holiday figures for granted anymore. I think I'll enjoy being the Christmas Bunny for a LONG time![/COLOR]"

"[COLOR="Teal"]Anyway, you don't have to worry about the workshop. I'll dispose of the bodies for you. We rabbits are good at digging, you know. Of course, Santa will be given a big funeral with lots of media coverage, and I'll be there to say a few words. You just say your farewells and go on home to your own worlds, and I'll clean up things here.[/COLOR]"

With that, the Easter Bunny hopped out of the main meeting area and up the stairs leading out of the basement.

Cologne turned to the group. "We need not stay behind to clean things up after all. If anyone has anything they'd like to say before they leave, I suggest they do it now."



Superheroic 01-03-2007 06:12 AM

[QUOTE=Anthony Johanson;4189104]OOC: Holy ****, I was actually right in naming off Archie. Boy should I have stuck to my vote.

Still I did get a sense of deja vu, when the Hulk/Superheroric continuously kept trying to vote me off/ point it in my direction. Just like last game.[/QUOTE]

Weird how that worked out huh? Nothing personal.:) I just call em like I see it. The way you flip flop your votes and always seem to vote with the majority make you a prime suspect. You should have stuck to your guns though with Archie.


Superheroic 01-03-2007 06:25 AM

OOC - Great game, it had its lulls but you guys made me keep reading and participating: Chris Lang, PatrickG, Joe Acro, Tangentman - top notch RPing. Purple Skull, BYC - great humor. Indigo Al, way to make it to the end. Anthony Johanson - no hard feelings. Weirdopky - Thanks for hosting!

Everyone else I hope to see again too.

For the next Traitor Game maybe we can make a poll to see what theme to play?


Superheroic 01-03-2007 06:33 AM

BIC - The Hulk walked over to the Bard. [COLOR="DarkGreen"]"So you were telling the truth. Next time don't be such pansy about it."[/COLOR]

With that the Hulk activated his teleporter. Hulk turned to Cologne, her letter in his hand, [COLOR="DarkGreen"]"Thank you,"[/COLOR] he said as he stepped through. But instead of appearing on Earth, he walked out into the gladiatorial arena of the planet Sakaar to the shouts of "Green Scar! Green Scar! GREEN SCAR!"


Jeff-E 01-03-2007 08:39 AM

OoC-Everyone it was fun, thanks to you all who kept it going.

BiC-Ronan looks around at the "participants", he had just spent several days trapped with.

[COLOR="DeepSkyBlue"]If you all were Kree we would call you.... pansy's and kill you at birth.[/COLOR]

He then looks at the SuperSkrull:

[COLOR="DeepSkyBlue"]Damn freak lizard.[/COLOR]

Ronan then teleports back to Hala to rule over the mighty Kree race.

OoC-Someone please drop me a P.M. when the next one or the poll starts for the next one. Thanks


Eternal Torment 01-03-2007 08:48 AM

Onslaught suddenly appeared in the room. "[B][FONT=Book Antiqua][COLOR=Red]NOW THAT I CAN TALK AGAIN, I SHALL DESTROY BOTH THE FLASH AND ARCHIE FOR THEIR TREACHERY. SO SPEAKS [U]ONSLAUGHT![/U][/COLOR][/FONT][/B][FONT=Book Antiqua][COLOR=Red][FONT=Verdana][COLOR=Black]" At that, he teleported away. Sounds of terrified screaming and hacking filled the house. When Onslaught was done, the whole hallway was drenched in blood. "[FONT=Book Antiqua][COLOR=Red][B]NOW THAT THESE FOOLS ARE DEAD, LET THE WHOLE WORLD FEEL THE WRATH OF CLASSIC ONSLAUGHT, AND NOT THAT OF THE CHEAP IMITATION THAT ROBERT LIEFIELD IS DRAWING! AND DOOM WILL PERISH AT MY HANDS! SO SPEAKS [U]ONSLAUGHT![/U][/B][FONT=Verdana][COLOR=Black]"[/COLOR][/FONT][/COLOR][/FONT][COLOR=Red][FONT=Book Antiqua][FONT=Verdana][COLOR=Black][/COLOR][/FONT][/FONT][/COLOR][/COLOR][/FONT][/COLOR][/FONT]


Chris Lang 01-03-2007 09:04 AM

[QUOTE=Eternal Torment;4190553]Onslaught suddenly appeared in the room. "[B][FONT=Book Antiqua][COLOR=Red]NOW THAT I CAN TALK AGAIN, I SHALL DESTROY BOTH THE FLASH AND ARCHIE FOR THEIR TREACHERY. SO SPEAKS [U]ONSLAUGHT![/U][/COLOR][/FONT][/B][FONT=Book Antiqua][COLOR=Red][FONT=Verdana][COLOR=Black]" At that, he teleported away. Sounds of terrified screaming and hacking filled the house. When Onslaught was done, the whole hallway was drenched in blood. "[FONT=Book Antiqua][COLOR=Red][B]NOW THAT THESE FOOLS ARE DEAD, LET THE WHOLE WORLD FEEL THE WRATH OF CLASSIC ONSLAUGHT, AND NOT THAT OF THE CHEAP IMITATION THAT ROBERT LIEFIELD IS DRAWING! AND DOOM WILL PERISH AT MY HANDS! SO SPEAKS [U]ONSLAUGHT![/U][/B][FONT=Verdana][COLOR=Black]"[/COLOR][/FONT][/COLOR][/FONT][COLOR=Red][FONT=Book Antiqua][FONT=Verdana][COLOR=Black][/COLOR][/FONT][/FONT][/COLOR][/COLOR][/FONT][/COLOR][/FONT][/QUOTE]

OOC: Interesting that Onslaught would go after those who had been the 'Renegade Elves', considering he wasn't victimized by them during the game, but by the 'Good Elf'. I suppose, however, if Joe Acro and Indigo Al want to write 'epilogues' telling what ultimately happened to their characters (did they make it back to their own universes or not?), they're free to do so.


Eternal Torment 01-03-2007 09:08 AM

[quote=Chris Lang;4190607]OOC: Interesting that Onslaught would go after those who had been the 'Renegade Elves', considering he wasn't victimized by them during the game, but by the 'Good Elf'. I suppose, however, if Joe Acro and Indigo Al want to write 'epilogues' telling what ultimately happened to their characters (did they make it back to their own universes or not?), they're free to do so.[/quote]

OOC: Eh. Let's just chalk this up to misplaced blame.


Chris Lang 01-03-2007 09:11 AM

[QUOTE=Superheroic;4190209]OOC - Great game, it had its lulls but you guys made me keep reading and participating: Chris Lang, PatrickG, Joe Acro, Tangentman - top notch RPing. Purple Skull, BYC - great humor. Indigo Al, way to make it to the end. Anthony Johanson - no hard feelings. Weirdopky - Thanks for hosting!

Everyone else I hope to see again too.

For the next Traitor Game maybe we can make a poll to see what theme to play?[/QUOTE]

OOC: Thanks for the kind words. And yes, I think a poll to decide that the next Traitor Game's theme would be is a great idea.


Chris Lang 01-03-2007 10:46 AM

[QUOTE=The Hulk;4190218]BIC - The Hulk walked over to the Bard. [COLOR="DarkGreen"]"So you were telling the truth. Next time don't be such pansy about it."[/COLOR]

With that the Hulk activated his teleporter. Hulk turned to Cologne, her letter in his hand, [COLOR="DarkGreen"]"Thank you,"[/COLOR] he said as he stepped through.[/QUOTE]

Cologne watched the Hulk leave. She was glad they were able to part on peaceful terms, after all that had happened.

The King and Ronan had also returned to their home universes, and so, she suspected, had Conan. Cologne suspected that any moment now, Eric Cartman would utter a certain line she had heard his counterpart on the television utter, and then leave.

Onslaught had chased after the two 'renegade elves', even though neither had done anything to him personally. Judging from the unpleasant noises in the hall and the amount of blood, it appeared that the Flash and Archie were either dead or severely injured.

[I]If either is the case, so be it.[/I]

While Cologne did feel a bit of sympathy toward Wally West, since all the Flash wanted was to be reunited with his family, Archie Andrews had proven to be a young man of no integrity whatsoever. He had all too gladly become their insane host's hired killer, in exchange for lustful pleasures.

Cologne turned to those remaining. "I had intended to be the last to leave, but I may return home earlier. While we did not find out the last renegade elf's identity on our own, we at least made a good attempt."

OOC: I don't think I have to tell just what famous Cartman line I was referring to, do I? :)


darkkeeperjr 01-03-2007 11:51 AM

  • later after everyone went home. A voice brakes the silence morning of Santa.*

"Blinky' spanky' and big head! Bring that big set... no the big one over here.Smacky hook up all the game systems to it. Will someone bring your new boss the list of tree hugging hippies....And where's the fu8k is my hot chocolate?..ha ha ha wait till they get a load of me next Christmas!!!"

  • Cartman settles back in his new red chair* "now smacky will you pass me the wii remote? Thank you."


Weirdopky 01-03-2007 01:55 PM

here's the next couple of kills

[QUOTE=Joe Acro]Lex Luthor winds up dead, killed by being strangled.[/QUOTE]

[QUOTE=Young Avenger]I have decided to kill Eric Cartman by poisoning one of his bags of Cheesy Puffs.[/QUOTE]

[QUOTE=Indigo Al][QUOTE=Weirdopky]You're both gonna kill of the kid, Conan/Jimmy. You figure out how you do it, but I want it done. He's not saying anything, so he needs to be taken care of.[/QUOTE]

How about this: with the Quantum bands, I impale him with a giant candy cane that I found in Santa's shop, right through the gut.[/QUOTE]

[QUOTE=Indigo Al]OK, my next kill is Cologne.

Let me know if this is legal.

I'm going to take another pair of deer antlers and stab her. Then, with the Quantum Bands, I'm going to form a reindeer's leg, dip it in her blood, and on the wall I'll write "MUTANT FREEDOM NOW! ONSLAUGHT WAS RIGHT!"

The implication is that Rudolph is a mutant, and was being "radicalized" by Onslaught before Onslaught was killed.[/QUOTE]

That one I had to sorta change, cause the rudolph thing didn't work with what I wanted for the end.

[QUOTE=Indigo Al]Wonder Girl is slipped a radioactive isotope into her eggnog, Russian secret service style![/QUOTE]


[QUOTE=Indigo Al][QUOTE=Weirdopky]dude, what's your next kill??[/QUOTE]

Burn the Hulk with intense, blistering heat that can kill even him; should leave it vague between me, Fin Fang and Ronan[/QUOTE]

Ok, so this one was supposed to happen, but since Hulk was gonna be banished, Indigo Al changed his kill. The one above is a "What if...?! sorta thing. [QUOTE=Indigo Al][QUOTE=Weirdopky]dude, what's your next kill??[/QUOTE]

Is it too late to change my kill? I want to off Fin Fang Foom, by cutting off his tail and shoving it down his throat. Let me know[/QUOTE]

[QUOTE=Indigo Al]OK, voted for Ronan, goinna kill the Bard by hurling the Times Square New Years countdown ball at him


Now listen, I'm gonna be on a plane tonight, so I won't be back till 11 pm or midnight or so. Could you post the following once I'm revealed as the killer?


Archie grinned sheepishly and shrugged his shoulders at the assembled group....

"Well...umm... Santa said if I helped him, he'd get me a brand new jacuzzi entertainment room! And, personalized, handwritten invites for a clothing-optional party sent to Betty, Veronica, Katie Keane, Cheryl Blossom, AND Sabrina the teenaged witch!"

Total silence surrounded him. He looked at everyone and saw faces change from puzzlement, disbelief, to sheer anger, as they began to edge closer to him.

"BYE!" He flew down the hall at top speed, and the chase began, and the chorus of assembled players yelled

[B][COLOR="Red"]"AAAAAAAAARCHIEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!"[/COLOR][/B][/QUOTE]


There ya go. That's the rest of 'em that I have. I'm pretty sure I'm only missing the first good elf kill, and that's it. Sorry if i missed any others, guys.


Chou Blaster 01-03-2007 02:38 PM

And after everyone was free. Kyle with hi s extrmeely pisse doff Demanor was dismanttled the work shop with Green Lantern energy, akni to Tleekinesis, a she was destroying the work shop using itself.::


"***ing fat man, i always hated Christmas!

ANd yeha nods to the BUrger king; "Yeah, i tererve dthat, what ever." :A she smashes the WOrk shop using itself.:


Chris Lang 01-03-2007 03:35 PM

Cologne noted the young Green Lantern's acts of destruction. "Very cathartic, I'm sure. I just hope this place's new owner really is up to the task of cleaning up after us."

Cologne had written a few more letters, as she had a few more things to say to a few of the people she had written to before. She had also written a journal relating the whole experience from beginning to end. With the help of a copier machine she had found in one of the storerooms, she had made several copies. A few of which she would take with her along with the original. One of these copies would be given to the Rogue Watcher, or left somewhere where she believed he would find it.

Cologne turned to the group. "It is best that I go now. The Easter Bunny can take things from here. Please read my letters to you once I have left. Who knows if we shall ever meet again."

Cologne turned to the Wonder Girl who had been there the whole game, and the future Donna Troy who remembered the game from the future. She handed them both additional letters. "I wish you both the best. I do not know if we shall meet again, but if I find myself in your dimension, I will look you up."

"Dr. Doom, I believe I have said all I wish to say in my letter. Maybe, you might learn something from your misfortunes."

Cologne left behind a few more letters on the table. "Farewell, all of you. It has been very interesting meeting you all."

With that, Cologne activated the teleportational crescent. A glowing portal opened, and she stepped through.

Cologne found herself in her chamber in the back of the Nekohanten, the Chinese restaurant in Japan she ran with her great-granddaughter Shampoo and her would-be lover Mousse. She knew that she would have to turn her attentions to her great-granddaughter's future, and the future of the Joketsuzoku tribe. But she still pondered the Traitor Game.

Hopefully, the Rogue Watcher would find the letter and the copy of the journal she had left behind in the workshop basement. If not, she had other copies of both to give him just in case he visited her home dimension. She also hoped the others would read her letters of farewell.

Cologne headed out to the main room of the Nekohanten. She was greeted by Mousse, who looked clearly upset. "Where have you been?!?" Mousse exclaimed. "Shampoo's been worried sick about you!"

At this, Cologne smiled. "You probably wouldn't believe me if I told you."

OOC: Well, this is the last 'Cologne in the workshop basement' post. It's been fun. I'll probably post the texts of at least some of those letters later.

Indigo Al 01-03-2007 09:49 PM

[IMG]http://homedir-b.libsyn.com/podcasts/f0a50d4e1ea543d5817ebbb97c545019/457d3373/baseballhistorian/images/Archie.jpg[/IMG]

Archie flailed in unthinkable pain as Onslaught's psi-bolts assaulted his mind. He returned fire with his Quantum Bands and continued fleeing....and stopped.

"What have I done? I let my hormones get the best of me, and I became a dishonorable killer. I can't live with myself..."

He returned to the assembled crowd, his head hung low....

"Guys, I'm terribly sorry about everything. I can't BELIEVE I let Santa turn me into something so horrible. I...I guess some of you want to kill me, and some of you want to turn me in. I'm at your mercy. Especially you, Wonder Girl -- you're the grooviest girl I've ever seen!"


After much deliberation from the players as to Archie's fate, a flash of light burst, and....

[IMG]http://www.antaninet.it/marvel-universe/q/quasar.jpg[/IMG]

Quasar appears!

"Hiya kid! I believe those are mine..." The Quantum Bands disappeared from Archie's wrists and onto Quasar's.

"Now then," Wendell Vaughn continued. "Don't take it too hard, huh? You learned your lesson. I don't think you're even close to a dangerous killer back in your own world. Don't let bad influences into your life, and calm down about girls. Always treat them with respect. Someday, they won't drive you quite so crazy...." he paused...."actually, yeah they will..."

With his Quantum Bands, Quasar opened a portal. Archie stepped through, too choked up to express his gratitude to the Marvel hero and to say farewell to the other players....

[IMG]http://comicsmedia.ign.com/comics/image/article/677/677383/fredhembeck20051220-04_1134976461.jpg[/IMG]

"Archie Andrews! First you take me out, just because Veronica was busy with Reggie, and THEN you have the nerve to fall asleep on me! HMPH!"

Archie woke up with a start, and noticed that he was at Pop's. A malt soda was pooled all over the table where he had fallen asleep. "Huh? Wuh?" He checked his wrists. No Quantum Bands.

"Woah! What a dream! Hey Betty! You won't believe the weird dream I had...!"

"You can tell me about it when you've learned some manners and basic decency, buster!" Betty stormed out of Pop's, as Archie, wordless and still dazed from what he thought was a dream, watched her exit...

[IMG]http://deathfrombelow.wordpress.com/files/2006/07/jughead.jpg[/IMG]

"Struck out again, huh pal?" Jughead sat down with a brand new juicy burger.

Jughead wolfed it down.

Archie looked around. Somewhere out there, he knew there were universes with mighty heroes, and fearsome villains. In some of these worlds, the heroes stood for something, and in others, they lost their innocent sense of wonder in a series of horrific events.

He smiled. Back in Riverdale, life couldn't be any sweeter.


The Purple Skull 01-03-2007 10:17 PM

[B]Dr. Doom's Epilgoue[/B]

Back at Latveria, Dr. Doom is seen entering his castle.

[COLOR="Green"]Ah. It is good to be back in the comfort of my castle. I trust my Doombots did their job so that I may resume my duties as absolute Lord of Latveria without anymore further delay. These people need me more than ever and------WHAT IS THE MEANING OF THIS?!?![/COLOR]

Doom is shocked and appalled to see his living quarters trashed.

[COLOR="Green"]Doombot-8675309, I put you in charge in case of my absence.[/COLOR]

Doombot-8675309: Yes you did, my lord.

[COLOR="Green"]So tell me. Why is my beautiful castle littered with beer bottles, oil cans, and whores?! And why is there a pair of female undergarments on your head?! And what is that foul stench?!?!?![/COLOR]

DB-8675309: Well...ummm...you see....my king...what had had had happened was......uh....the Fantastic Four! Yes! Those miserable cretins invaded Latveria and proceeded to ransack your castle. Yep, that is exactly that happened. And on top of that, that immature brat Johnny Storm decided throw a massive keg party here and------

Dr. Doom blasts Doombot-8675309

[COLOR="Green"]::sigh:: I was better off at the workshop.[/COLOR]

Turns on Television

TV Announcer: Welcome to a special edition of Entertainment Tonight! All week, we will have a special segment called "The Enemies Of Doom", where we profile the millions of people who have become an enemy of Dr. Doom. In tonight's segment, we will have Dan Hibiki, Squirrel Girl, and Archie Andrews in our studios!

[COLOR="Green"]::sigh: Nevermind. I was better off in hell.[/COLOR]


Chris Lang 01-03-2007 11:01 PM

Cologne had written a number of farewell letters to her fellow players. Most of them had been written before the final banishment, though a few (such as the one addressed to the Rogue Watcher) had been written afterward.

Her letter to The Bard read as follows:

[QUOTE]Bard,

Though you appear to be a self-centered individual, towards the end of the game, you did show the potential to be something greater. I regret that we did not spend much time with each other during the course of the 'game', for we may have had a few interesting discussions. I have little advice to give you, other than that you should treat your companions kindly. They may treat you kindly in return.[/QUOTE]

Cologne's letter to Green Lantern read as follows:

[QUOTE]Kyle Rayner,

Though I have already apologized to you in person as I write this, I wish once again to say that I regret putting you through unnecessary pain. Had I more evidence, I might have chosen another suspect.

As I said during the game, I can tell that you have seen much violent death in your young life. Never lose your respect for life, for it is one of your best qualities. You have been trusted with great power. I hope that you will continue to prove yourself worthy of that trust.[/QUOTE]

Cologne's letter to the Rogue Watcher was written after the final confrontation with the insane Santa Claus of Earth Y and the Red-Nosed Traitor. It was attached to a copy of the journal Cologne had written about the game, and read as follows:

[QUOTE]Rogue Watcher,

It appears that you have greater involvement in these 'Traitor Games' than just appearing and picking a player at random to defend themselves against charges. I am thankful you sent Moon Knight to help us. We may have been able to overcome the Red-Nosed Traitor by combining our abilities, but the battle would probably have been very costly.

From what the boy detective called Conan has told me, there have been several of these 'Traitor Games', each run by a different being. Each of these beings has the power to summon people from other dimensions and make them play the game. It appears you have enlisted Moon Knight as an assistant for dealing with the game hosts when they go too far.

I have much responsibility in my dimension, as I have to work to ensure the future happiness of my great-granddaughter, and help make the necessary amendments to Joketsuzoku law so that the tribe may survive past the twenty-first century. But if there is anything I can do to help you, I will be glad to offer my assistance. Attached to this letter is a copy of the journal I wrote recounting the events of the entire game. Perhaps you will find it useful.

Since you appear to be capable of travelling to other dimensions, we may very well meet again. I am sure there will be more 'Traitor Games'. If you need my help, I will be glad to assist you. I wish you luck in your future endeavors.

Sincerely, The Elder Cologne[/QUOTE]

Cologne had left one copy of this letter, attached to a copy of the journal, in what had been her quarters in the workshop basement. She had placed another copy of the letter, attached to another copy of the journal, on top of a bookshelf in one of the Nekohanten's back rooms. She was sure that the Rogue Watcher would be able to find at least one of the two copies.

Cologne was still not entirely sure just who and what the Rogue Watcher was, but the ending to the 'game' had given her a newfound respect for him.


The Purple Skull 01-03-2007 11:17 PM

[QUOTE]Cologne's letter to the Rogue Watcher was written after the final confrontation with the insane Santa Claus of Earth Y and the Red-Nosed Traitor. It was attached to a copy of the journal Cologne had written about the game, and read as follows:


[QUOTE]Rogue Watcher,

It appears that you have greater involvement in these 'Traitor Games' than just appearing and picking a player at random to defend themselves against charges. I am thankful you sent Moon Knight to help us. We may have been able to overcome the Red-Nosed Traitor by combining our abilities, but the battle would probably have very costly.

From what the boy detective called Conan has told me, there have been several of these 'Traitor Games', each run by a different being. Each of these beings has the power to summon people from other dimensions and make them play the game. It appears you have enlisted Moon Knight as an assistant for dealing with the game hosts when they go too far.

I have much responsibility in my dimension, as I have to work to ensure the future happiness of my great-granddaughter, and help make the necessary ammendments to Joketsuzoku law so that the tribe may survive past the twenty-first century. But if there is anything I can do to help you, I will be glad to offer my assistance. Attached to this letter is a copy of the journal I wrote recounting the events of the entire game. Perhaps you will find it useful.

Since you appear to be capable of travelling to other dimensions, we may very well meet again. I am sure there will be more 'Traitor Games'. If you need my help, I will be glad to assist you. I wish you luck in your future endeavors.

Sincerely, The Elder Cologne[/QUOTE]

Cologne had left one copy of this letter, attached to a copy of the journal, in what had been her quarters in the workshop basement. She had placed another copy of the letter, attached to another copy of the journal, on top of a bookshelf in one of the Nekohanten's back rooms. She was sure that the Rogue Watcher would be able to find at least one of the two copies.

Cologne was still not entirely sure just who and what the Rogue Watcher was, but the ending to the 'game' had given her a newfound respect for him. [/QUOTE] [COLOR="Indigo"]Donald! It has been weeks now! I must know! Who stole my teleportation device?!?![/COLOR]

RW's Assistant, Donald: Beats me sir.

[COLOR="Indigo"]And I hired you as my assistant because?[/COLOR]

Donald: Because I'm your nephew, your sister would kill you if you didn't give me the job.

[COLOR="Indigo"]::grumbles:: Yes, I forgot about that.[/COLOR]

Donald: Ah nepotism. Gotta love it! Wait a minute sir. I forgot to show you this note I got earlier. It is from that nice old lady, Cologne.

The Rogue Watcher reads the note, and soon crumples it up.

[COLOR="Indigo"]How in the hell did Moon freakin' Knight take my teleportation device?!?!?!?! That is the absolute last time I give a a tour of my base to a schizo![/COLOR]

OOC: It seems Moon Knight wasn't working for the Rogue Watcher after all. What a twist! :)


Chris Lang 01-03-2007 11:42 PM

Cologne had written two letters to Donna Troy. One was to the Donna she had known throughout the entire game. It read as follows:

[QUOTE]Donna Troy,

It has been a priviledge meeting a disciple of the legendary Greek Amazons. You have shown me much courage, and much spirit. You have great compassion, and are willing to defend the honor of your friends. Never lose any of these qualities.

Even if your future selves had not appeared as a result of a weird glitch, I could tell that you had much potential. Continue to practice your skills as you work to make your world a better place. One day, you may reach the level of the future self that we met.

While it would appear unlikely that we would meet again, this whole experience has shown us that just about anything is possible. If I ever find myself in your dimension, I would be interested in meeting the Amazons of Paradise Island. I have heard much about your older sister Diana, and most of it is good. I would be interested in meeting her, as well.

Be well, Donna. Let your instincts serve you well, and try not to let the Lex Luthors of your world get to you too much. Be there to help your friends in their time of need, as they have been there for you.

Sincerely, The Elder Cologne of the Joketsuzoku[/QUOTE]

Cologne's letter to the future Donna read as follows:

[QUOTE]Donna Troy,

If you remember the events of the Traitor Game, then probably you remember receiving my letter to your past self. I would be surprised if you still have that letter, considering how many times superheroes' homes, headquarters, and other places where they keep their belongings are destroyed in some catastrophe or another. But I do hope you remember what it said.

I saw the look in your eye when you first appeared in the workshop. You appear to have gained much experience and wisdom since our meeting in the Traitor Game. I knew you had plenty of potential, and I am pleased to see that potential is being fulfilled.

I believe you may very well be becoming the heroine your world needs. If what I have observed in Kyle Rayner and Wally West is any indication, your world has become an even more troubled place than it was during the days in which you were Wonder Girl. I do hope you still have the spirit and compassion that I saw in you before. Your world may need all it can get.

If you can, say hello to Wally West and Kyle Rayner for me. I do not know if we will ever meet again, but I wish you well in your efforts.

Sincerely, The Elder Cologne of the Joketsuzoku[/QUOTE]


More epilogues in the next part. We're almost wrapped up with the re-presentation of Traitor Game V: Rudolph the Red-Nosed Traitor.

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