Sunday, August 28, 2011

Exit The Captain; Enter A Raven

A moment, ladies and gentlemen, of your time.
Assuming no one minds.



I didn't think so.

Our dear Captain, who has so recently departed from the play, will return shortly. Assuming all goes well. Of that I will assure you. But the rest of this particular scene is mine. He may be a little worse for wear, but I believe that will not last. Most Stalked have remarkably resilient minds. I suppose it's a necessity.
~Corwin
Act 1; Scene 2

Enter A Runner; followed by A Proxy and a Second Proxy
The Runner stumbles and falls.

The Proxy draws a knife.
The Proxy Stabs the Runner
Exeunt all but the Runner
Enter Slender Man
Fade to black

End Scene 2

Incidentally, Mr. Fitzgerald, I would advise you to check your mail. I prefer polite correspondence to this particular variety of theatrics.
There is, after all, no shame in asking for help if you can't work out the problem yourself.

6 comments:

  1. No, asking for help is a sign of weakness. Better to make no progress until they get annoyed.

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  2. Given your fondness of mazes Ben, I am not surprised that this is your opinion.
    Any animal meant to live in social group tends to understand, at some level, the value of co-operation.
    ~Corwin

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  3. Dear Rabbit,

    I'm afraid you misunderstand. I don't quote myself.
    ~Corwin

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  4. oh fuck you
    fuck you to fucking hell you motherfucker
    has it ever occurred to you that I'm TOO BUSY FOR YOUR /FUCKING/ GAMES?

    Fuck. Fine. I'll play a fucking long.

    But Corwin?

    If I find out that you could've helped Nemo, but chose not to?

    ... Figure it out, Vögelchen.

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  5. So far even the things you say that are yours sound like you ripped um out of a book. I think you'd love to quote yourself with all those cute little one liners.

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