There are 3 paths.
One appears to go to a jungle,
one appears to go to a cave,
one appears to go to a beach,
you could try and climb the tree,
there is a nearby shop you could go in,
or you could do something else.
So what's its going to be?
Illustrated by Catprog
Written by catprog on 01 April 2003
There is a table with a sign saying
On the table there is a fridge with a range of liquids. Also on the table are various magical trinkets including costumes. What would you like to take, or would you like to buy something?
Written by catprog on 10 April 2003
You decide to get something else. But what?
Written by catprog on 13 December 2005
You find a pair of vr googles.
You put them on and you find yourself in a game, but which one?
Written by on 06 August 2005
For a moment, you sit staring at the computer screen. The game loaded so quickly, that now you’re waiting in of an opening screen. The pixels quickly formulate themselves into the backdrop of an open field on all sides of you. The faintest motion of wind rustling the thick landscape of grasses ripples across your vision, but even as the distant landscape formats with the loading page, nothing but the field is there. You shift your head, turning your gaze within the virtual reality of the game to check to your sides, but find only more of the same rippling landscape there as well. The same, golden shade of grass sprouted up from the Earth on all four sides of your body.
Eyebrows knitting together, you try to figure out what is supposed to be happening. “There’s nothing here” you mutter, considering trying to remove the goggles you’d placed on until you notice a selection screen. “Choose your character” flashed as fading white letters in the distant backdrop of blue sky. You read it, though you’re not sure what character to select or even how to do that.
You eyes scanned over everything again, noticing that a sign had been added to the game off to the left, font sketched into its surface: “Random.”
Written by Picklessauce69 on 08 December 2015
Rather than choose a different species you choose the option that leaves you, you. The screens fade away in a burst of light leaving you on the trail of a forest. Taking a moment you admire how much work was put into the game. Your hands look exactly like they do out of the game. Reaching out you pick a leaf off the tree and admire the way it feels in your hands. You reach up to adjust the headset and only feel your hair. Thinking menu brings up the menu. But there is no logout button. The only tabs on the screen are stats, skills, quests & map. Your stats are:
|Strength : 10||Constitution: 10||Dexterity : 10|
|Intellect: 10||Wisdom: 10||Charisma: 10|
|Mana: 100/100||Recharge Rate: 10/minute|
|HP: 100/100||Recharge Rate: 10/minute|
|Stamina: 100/100||Recharge Rate: 10/minute|
|X2 when not used for a minute|
|X3 when not used for a hour|
|X4 when sleeping|
Opening the skill menu you are quite surprised when you see the screen because...
Written by catprog on 25 February 2018
|Skill Name: Absorb||Mana Cost: 1||Cast Time: 1 Sec(autocast)|
|Range: Medium||XP: 0 / 100|
|This skill has a low chance to absorb the charistic of a creature in range. Should it be unable to find a new charistic, the mana will be returned. Leveling up will allow more slots to be filled.|
|10x reduction in walking stamina|
As you look over the screen you hear a notification ding.
|Absorb has successfully absorbed Tail:Skunk|
The skill screen changes as well
|10x reduction in walking stamina|
|Tail: Skunk||Inactive: Human|
You look over your shoulder to see the black and white striped tail hanging behind you. Two more notifications pop up.
|Skill Learned: Identify|
|This skill allows you to identify things. This includes special abilities for the skill Absorb.|
|Species Learnt: Skunk|
|A skunk is a mammal. Special attack. Skunk Spray requires Skunk in the tail and butt slot.|
You reach out to push human and an error sound occurs.
|Form slots may only be changed in settlement rated Indifferent or above.|
|Human is not a learned trait.|
Written by catprog on 26 February 2018