WizzyCat, The Reader
I am the one, the only, WizzyCat! I am a
lazy-ass motherfucker semi-active writer and really enjoy reading stories and playing storygames. Yeah, that's about it.
The Most Inspirational Quotes of the Interwebs:
"Ever get that feeling of a wet, noodle-like thing caressing your inner thigh? I do." -Steve24833, 2016
"Plot Twist: We're all pedophiles!" -Tim36D, 2016
"Well if you're so smart, then why can I just blow you up with grenades, huh?" -Northernlion, 2017
"I'm sorry, but you ate my cat." -Dustin, 2017
"What planet, on Earth, is this?" -Northernlion, 2017
"He just withstood the tazing through sheer force of will." -Northernlion, 2017
"I'll let her beat me today!" -K.T.V., 2017
"My part-time hobbies include living. That's right, living, because I have more important things to attend to, such as Pokemon!" -K.T.V., 2017
"Things I'm bad at include making smart choices, having good grammar and spelling, and being sensitive towards others' opinions. Things I'm good at? I'm good at being bad at things." - K.T.V., 2017
"AH, you're dripping liquids!" -Me, 2018
"And here we find the wild Zac, violently penetrating a plastic cup!" -Me, 2018
"Let me open her." -DanGheesling, 2018
"Your head is not a minecraft block" -[Retarded Teacher], 2018
"My car has the dopest windscoop!" - Phillip, 2018
This profile is currently being updated. Hopefully...
I will never give up my FISH!
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The Food Dimension, a strange place, where foods are the only life. As humanity invents new foods, the spirits of food are sent into the Food Dimension. The Food Dimension is in a constant state of disarray, with wars and conflicts happening non-stop. All foods have minor physic powers, that allow them to ingest food and perform small actions. They also talk with eachother through their physic powers. Each food has it's own unique attacks and abilities. For example, grapes shoot their inner juices at enemies in the form of explosive and damaging orbs.
The gummy bears invade! Will you get out of school alive, or will the gummy bears get you? This is in the future, and you are 16, very fit. This future is a more corrupted one, allowing children to bring weapons to school, well, not children, but students. Note: Some choices lead to a slow but certain death, so you might need to restart.
Long ago, in a galaxy where you are currently located, the Great Wars began. The Warrior Cats came, and plagued CYStia. They were eradicated, but when people thought their extermination meant peace for CYStia, they were wrong. Their death resulted in the fanatics mutating, into hideous trolls and daemons. These creatures infest CYStia, and their records must still be destroyed from the libraries of CYStia. The Kibbles, humanoid felines, being among the first of the races to fight in the Great Wars, continue their vigilance, for their hatred towards the Warrior Cats is endless, as the foul monsters bring a bad name to all feline species. It is strange, but somehow, an ancient manuscript has kept summoning these monsters. It's time for purification. TOTAL purification.
Going to school in the zombie apocalypse is REALLY hard. When the school bus is a helicopter and you're constantly escorted by military personnel and everyone carries a weapon, shit can really hit the fan.
Now when assassinations started to happen, shit hit the fan and then the fan hit a bigger fan.
Reader discretion advised: This game is not for wandering 3-year-olds!
Recent PostsWe Killed Him on 5/23/2018 1:43:04 AM
What a man. What a true symbol of dedication. He must've been really sour that day. *salutes*
Warhammer, y'know for kids! on 5/23/2018 1:36:01 AM
Well, Warhammer isn't popular with anybody I know, so really I just imagine 4th-graders acting out "Warhammer" battles at lunch, completely oblivious to the true nature of the franchise.
Warhammer, y'know for kids! on 5/21/2018 10:25:56 PM
Warhammer for kids doesn't make any sense. Even from a business standpoint. Warhammer is the epitome of a gory, intense, and depressing sci-fi. I do not see any possible way that you can easily translate that into a "kid-friendly" format and still have it be interesting.
Cringe Posting Thread on 4/30/2018 11:51:59 AM
Teachers going on Strike on 4/29/2018 7:33:16 PM
Hey, it's still something.
Teachers going on Strike on 4/29/2018 7:29:45 PM
Clearly, I'm not, since I've gotten all of my points, which used to be at 300 something, removed, and I've started several arguments with people aside from Steve (Who's way too easy to throw into a hysterical fit), such as yourself.
Teachers going on Strike on 4/29/2018 7:27:00 PM
Okay, I wouldn't say I read like, really classic literature, like the Iliad and the Odyssey, but I've read TKAM, I've read R&J, Macbeth, Starship Troopers, Of Mice and Men, LotR, Tom Sawyer, Huckleberry Finn, I'm currently rereading Ender's Game, and I've also read some Russian stuff. I've probably read more, but my memory is bad.
Also I like to read and research scientific shit, I've read several books on the microbiome and I've done lots of research on random astronomy stuff.
Teachers going on Strike on 4/29/2018 7:05:44 PM
As if there's anything to understand around here. On the forums it's a bunch of people generally talking about pointless things, and none of the storygames really have any sort of moral or depth to them. On the other hand, I've read classical literature, and can grasp some meaning from it.
Also, I don't want to stop posting because I really enjoy pissing people off, and I'm bored right now and have nothing better to do. It's too hot outside to exercise, I've done all my homework, I don't feel very inspired to write, and I'm waiting for my friends to log on in about an hour to play some R6S.
Teachers going on Strike on 4/29/2018 7:04:15 PM
I meant to say guardians, not parents.
Also, cockroaches and fungi have thrived for millions of years, and we have no good way to exterminate them. Just as you have no good way to exterminate me, ha!
Teachers going on Strike on 4/29/2018 7:02:54 PM
It doesn't. Just because children grow up someplace else, it doesn't change how they learn. If anything, school in Russia is harder than in the US, and it used to be even harder (In high schools, everyone was trained how to use AKs and other military technology).