BerkaZerka, The Million Word Malkavian
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Farmer Brown is on vacation and it's up to Fernando El Fantastico the Bull (that's you!) to save his Herd when Aliens come to harvest them!
(by playing draw poker against a horde of moronic alien invaders!)
Special Thanks to Killa_Robot for playtesting feedback - This Meep's For him! ^v^
You are Crab Trainer X! Choose your Crustacean Combatant and Battle for Glory in Crab Arena! The Championship Belt is within your Grasp! Can You Do It? Hell Yes You Can!
How To Play
Can you survive the Zombie Apocalypse? While challenging, it's not as hard as the movies would have you believe - where they always make the worst possible decisions for the sake of drama. At least here, you will be offered logical choices amid the foolhardy and your character cares about survival even more than you do. A serious game with gory detail.
Cameos (try to find them all!)
Aman: Hairy bearded sledge guy
applegirl: Coffee mug zombie teen
Betaband: Neighbor’s fish tank brought to you by Betaband
CovElite: The Cannibal Gaunt Zombie
EndMaster: A survivor tells about seeing a black hooded man walking among the zombie hordes and directing them like death itself
Fireplay: A madman with a taste for fire
JMgskills: A zombie wearing a red shirt with the logo “YOU DIED – END GAME.”
Marmotlord: A School Mascot on the run
playa988: A rather short, buzz-cut, zombie in a baggy white t-shirt and jeans that gets sniped
simplesabley: Tomboy survivor girl
SindriV: A mysterious corpse in the street
Solxd7: A police officer shit out of luck
Swiftstryker: Zombie in a speedo
ThisisBo: An oddly “talkative” zombie not terribly interested in eating brains
ugilick: Karate kicking conquistador
Special Thanks To:
Aman; AtomicWaste; blob; Briar_Rose; HoraceTorys; MBrock; playa988; ugilick
(For their invaluable feedback and playtesting efforts!)
An Item and Character-Stat driven Dungeon Adventure Challenge! Can you survive the perils, defeat the monsters, and win the game?
Special Thanks To:
JMgskills, simplesabley; betaband; Swiftstryker; madglee; October; & urnam0 (who found a second solution to the puzzle chest)
(For their invaluable feedback and playtesting efforts!)
Do you have what it takes to survive the Wrath of Aman's Mustach of Doom?
Are you clever enough to outwit a Penguin with a mallet? Are you man enough to wear a phony mustache? Are you Anime enough to put on a Pikachu suit and head to Vegas?
Find Out Now, In: Kill Aman’s Mustache!
A horror(ble) puzzle of hairy implications with a side of lice...
You are 'Penguin,' a small stuffed toy owned by a little girl named Sarah. You love Sarah very much and Sarah loves you. You know this, because Sarah says so quite often. You are Sarah's favorite toy.
What do I know of cultured ways, the gilt, the craft and the lie? I, who was born in a naked land and bred in the open sky. The subtle tongue, the sophist guile, they fail when the broadswords sing; Rush in and die, dogs—I was a man before I was a king.
Epic pirate adventure in the world of Conan the Barbarian. Sail the savage seas in search of a legendary treasure cursed by the gods!
Sixty nine years after Raven's grand adventure, Tempest, the half-human child of the Succubus Lilianthea, takes up the quest to find the lost treasure hoard of the Great Dragon Serpentfang - wherein lies an artifact with the power to destroy the Oblitterum Nomeno once and for all.
Battle even more fearsome monsters and your own half-demonic nature, to recover the artifact in time; before the book of damned souls draws you in past the point of no return!
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Sanitarium!You have been here, in this hellhole of a sanitarium, for months now; trapped like a rat in a maze, experimented on, mistreated, and downright abused by the staff – who seem to think you are less than human - and worse, have convinced the State and everyone else that you are a danger to yourself and others. You may have your quirks, but you’re nothing like what the sanitarium has made you out to be. Even so, you can’t leave, unless you want to be hunted down like an animal – or shot by the sadistic guards in trying. Not that you have anything to go back to – now that your former friends and remaining family have abandoned you here. No visits, no letters, no nothing. Perhaps they believe all the lies – that you are mad; that you are a dangerous animal; that you need to be caged and the key thrown away forever. Your life, up until recently, has been pretty wretched; with daily torture sessions carried out on you for the perverse pleasure of Dr. Kaufman and his staff – all thinly veiled in the nomenclature of “medically proven science and therapy.” “It is necessary, to help make you a better person,” the good doctor would always say; as he did all manner of horrible things to you. Things that you knew were not helping at all – but actively working to destroy you. You refused to let yourself be destroyed however, and hung on through it with all the willpower you could muster. The doctor was not trying to cure you. He was trying to see how long you could last before you broke. You were not going to give him the satisfaction of breaking so easily. Even so, the resistance has taken its toll - not just on you, but on everyone. For the naturalist, Archie Rouse, the daily treatments were spinning in the RTD (Rotational Therapy Device) until he either puked or passed out; and frequent stints being hung upside down on the wall, as part of his Suspension Therapy. Once a week, it was Shock Therapy for good measure – the Doctor taking particular interest in noting the effects of various voltages to the male anatomy. For Earl Boggs, who believed he had been abducted by aliens, they actually drilled a hole in his cranium, for what they called Trepanation Therapy. Then they set him down in ‘The Hole’ for days on end, as part of a Sensory Deprivation Therapy. In The Hole, Earl imagined that he could feel invisible fingers caressing his body in the darkness and had vivid hallucinations of male and female sex organs sprouting from the floor and dancing around him to unheard ‘music’. For Rupert Meeks, who had seemed totally normal when he first arrived – claiming to have been brought in under false pretenses – it was Sleep Deprivation Therapy and daily Enemas. Kept awake for fourteen days straight, he was then allowed to sleep twenty four hours, before having to do it all over again. As this went on, Rupert began to slip into delusional states, thinking he was somewhere else (in a cave filled with mummies), and inadvertently developed Pica – eating bugs, dirt, his own hair, and basically anything that he could fit in his mouth to chew and swallow. For Mildred O’Connell, who claimed to hear voices telling her what to do, it was the same for her as it had been for Earl Boggs – first, Trepanation Therapy, having a hole drilled into her skull, and then time in The Hole for Sensory Deprivation Therapy. During her stays in The Hole, Mildred would hear far off piping music (shrill and high, as if from an invisible piccolo) that seemed to float in through the padded walls. For the cross-dresser Francis Schaefer, it was Masculinity Rehabilitation Training; where she was strapped to a chair in the Music Room, with eyes propped open, and forced to watch hours and hours of graphic war footage on film. It did little to actually 'man her up' - instead reducing her to tears and giving her terrible nightmares that eventually led to severe insomnia. For you (the Kleptomaniac), the daily treatments were being dunked in ice baths for what the Doctors called Hydrotherapy – which caused you a great deal of physical pain and anxiety – as the Guards would not only grope and paw at your naked body, but would actually push and hold your head underwater for periods of time. During one such event, you actually half-drowned and passed out. When you came to, the Doctor was gone, and you were laying naked on a gurney - the guards busy cinching their belts back up, after what you could only imagine was a gang-rape. And for Helen Childs, the Nymphomaniac, no attempts were even made to hide her rapes. Her “therapy”, as it were, was a twice daily “Aversion Therapy” in Director Kaufman’s office that was nothing less than full blown BDSM – where the Doctor would literally get his rocks off, while whipping Helen in a zippered leather face-mask and telling her what a dirty little whore she was. Between Sessions (as the Doctor recovered), Helen would receive a Daily Enema. Interestingly, no one actually knew what sort of "Therapy" the paranoid Harvey Polk was receiving - and he adamantly refused to talk about it, citing concerns that "they" were listening. Some of the residents have begun to voice suspicion that he wasn't actually receiving any therapy, but rather special treatment for some reason or another. --- “It is necessary to help make you a better person.” --- Recently however, things have changed. Director Kaufman seems to have been caught up in some new approach to Psychiatric Treatment, involving the effects of music and sound on the demented. Everyone who could play an instrument, or learn fast, was given a part to play in an octet of chamber music; while the horrible tortures (aside from Helen's continued daily "Aversion Therapy") were abruptly replaced with music practice and bizarre sessions of “Tone Induction Therapy” – where the subject is exposed to a battery of unusual sounds, tones, and volumes for various intervals. While this is all much more preferable than the deplorable treatments before, it is just a matter of time, before the good doctor finds some way to twist these new experiments into more physical and mental torment.
Sanitarium! (Collaborative CYOA) on 12/16/2017 2:41:37 PM
Betty MayfieldWaitress/Kleptomaniac Age 33; Gender Female; Height 6’; Weight 155 In the Sanitarium for compulsive stealing. Originally sentenced five years to the State Women's Penitentiary for repeat pickpocketing offenses, Betty was recently transferred to Dr. Kaufman's Sanitarium for an experimental 'Rehabilitation' program. If all goes well, she'll be out in no time. Betty's habit is so bad however, that her room has to be searched every night before 'lights out'. Plays the Violin in Director Kaufman's Octet. ---
- What Betty lacks in education, she makes up for in street-smarts.
- Her height and wiry frame make a feisty combination when the need arises.
- Betty's father (deceased) was a vaudeville stage magician; and passed his remarkable sleight of hand and escape artist skills on to his daughter.
- People just naturally seem to trust Betty, which she's not afraid to use to her advantage.
- Betty has a collection of stolen spoons hidden in a corner of the Yard.
- Like nearly all of the other Residents, Betty's attire consists of a white cotton hospital gown (open in the back).
- Archie Rouse is allowed to wear an apron, rather than a hospital gown, and has a Sun Valley Nudist Resort magazine in his cell.
- Francis Schaefer is allowed to wear a mumu, rather than a hospital gown, and keeps a small makeup kit in her cell.
- Rupert Meeks has a pet rat in his cell (that lives in a wall crack).
- Helen Childs regularly gets smokes & matches from somewhere (which she hides in her mattress).
- Earl Boggs sometimes comes back to the mill room with the smell of hooch on his breath.
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