TypewriterCat, The Master Scrivener
"She already shows a lot of promise and has the right attitude... I'll just adopt TCat." - EndMaster, 28 March 2023, 9:05 PM EST.
Two legends. Two children. The winding of fate.
Entry to Mizal's contest of the Damned and the Shamed.
Miriam, sister to Moses, Prophetess.
An entry for EndMaster's Myth and Religion contest.
They killed her, and they'll pay.
An entry for Mizal's Gone Fishin' Contest.
One little girl trying to survive in a twisted world.
There are six epilogues and many death endings. If you want an answer to every question posed, you will need to find all of them.
An entry for EndMaster's Prompt Contest 2.
Recent PostsSecret Hitler - Game thread on 1/17/2024 10:32:28 AM
Freidrich casts a mildly annoyed glare in the direction of all the politicians, who seem insistent on making him do actual work. "If you truly must know, I was handed one liberal policy and two fascist. I removed one fascist before sending it over to Frau Merkel."
His reasoning for nominating Frau Merkel is that she'd been rather nice to him on a few occasions prior to the meeting and also he'd forgotten everyone else's names.
Secret Hitler - Election cycle 6 on 1/9/2024 3:05:02 PM
Friedrich vaguely shakes his head in the direction of in Frau Merkel in an attempt to get her to leave him alone, which the rest of the politicians interpret as her being selected chancellor.
@fresh_out_the_oven has been chosen as chancellor.
❅ Secret Santa ❅ on 1/8/2024 11:58:25 AM
One free commendation, please.
I enjoyed my gift. I'll attempt to set the picture to my storygame cover once I figure out the HTML for that. Thanks, Darius.
Secret Hitler - secret Hitler round 5 on 1/6/2024 3:06:36 PM
Freidrich votes aye, for the sole reason that he enjoys holding controversial opinions and he feels it would be vaguely amusing to have a fascist takeover of Germany.
Obligatory Thanksgiving thread on 1/1/2024 3:01:01 AM
The turkey did not cause food poisoning and vaguely bordered the realm of edible, and I wasn't forced to interact with anyone, so I would consider the task a success.
End Master’s Prompt Contest 3 on 1/1/2024 12:18:14 AM
Number 31 for me, please.
❅ Secret Santa ❅ on 12/24/2023 1:56:05 AM
I'd like to join, this site is the only place in which I have a social life.
Secret Hitler - election cycle 3 on 12/20/2023 10:45:22 PM
Friedrich, who finds these court proceedings rather dull, has busied himself with throwing the small stones he keeps in his pocket for this very reason out a window and at nearby pedestrians.
He looks up at the mention of his name (though not before managing to strike a wailing baby right between the eyes), shocked that the venerable Burgrave has noticed his relatively subpar existence.
As expected by the average power-hungry politician, he will undoubtedly be casting his vote for himself.
Secret Hitler - election cycle 2 on 12/18/2023 11:58:32 AM
Friedrich, who has at this time forgotten what a Burgrave is, votes nay. He might not be strongly opinionated about these matters, but he is strongly opinionated that anyone who votes aye is a sheep.
Election cycle 1 on 12/13/2023 2:10:12 PM
Freidrich Archibald Neumann-Schnieder was an impressive and impressively rich man, or at the very least liked to think he was.
His suit (borrowed from a friend) is neat and tidy, his tie (a repurposed scrap of fabric) is ironed to perfection, and his shoes (found while dumpster diving) are of a reasonable quality in the context of where they’ve been sourced. Indeed, how very rich and impressive he is.
As he strolls down the street, his eyes catch on a nearby street urchin clutching a handul of coins to his chest. Friedrich relieves him of the money, tucking it into his own pocket as the boy looks on in confusion. The homeless didn’t need more money, after all. They’d simply spend it on frivolous things such as food and shelter, while Friedrich could make far more use of it.
He whacks the boy a few times with his cane (a tree branch scavenged from a nearby park) until the street urchin flees. The homeless populations truly should be reduced, he thinks, perhaps in the form of sending the Jewish ones to concentration camps. That would certainly do wonders for the economy and his own profits, yes.
Checking his watch, he's very nearly late to the meeting, so he hurries in without any room for elaboration.