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After only two Makuta are left in so-called 'Makuta Universe', Olmak was found by them. Two universes, they traveled to, had also their rulers weakened by tag. Those were dubbed 'Dark Hunter Universe' and 'Skakdi Universe'. Instead of starting war between three universes however, three ruling parties decided to start a tag. Winner will then become ruler of all three universes. Tag Player with tag has to target somebody without tag in 24 hours each round. This has 50% chance to tag target (removing it from tagger) and 50% chance of killing target. If target is ally, chance of just giving him a tag is 100%. Player can only target players in his current dimension or in dimension he is traveling to. If player with tag fails to target somebody, he has 50% chance to die, giving tag to random player. This doesn't apply if there is nobody to tag. Olmak Olmak is traveling on its free will at the end of every round to random dimension to random player (if there are players with tag in given dimension, one of them always gets it). This player can either stay in his dimension, ignoring Olmak, or can travel to any other dimension, along with up to one player of his choice, ally or enemy. Travel has to be performed before targeting. Other Last standing party wins the game. If all remaining players have tag, you are allowed to tag other player with tag. All actions are done by writing here (no PMs!). Roles Each dimension has its party with 2 special roles and Matoran. Makuta - Chance of being killed by getting targeted is decreased to 33%. Dark Hunter - Every even round, chance of killing target is increased to 67% (50% for Makuta). Skakdi - Upon being killed by targeting, they have 33% chance of killing tagger instead. Players Registration open for three days and until 12 spots are filled. There's currently no top limit of players. 1. ShadowVezon 2. Makuta Luroka 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. FF the Forgotten 8. fishers64 9. 10. 11. Shadowhawk 12. ...
Teridax called all of Makuta to Mata-Nui to play tag game. While Teridax wishes for everybody to have a fun, it's matter of honor for all Makuta. They will pointlessly fight for tag, not sure whether it is better to have or not to have tag. And so, this game starts with Makuta trying to tag each other. And to kill each other. Each round, player with tag have at least 24 hours to perform action. In this time limit, they can choose to tag somebody, by writing so into this topic. This has 50% chance to give tag to targeted player (removing tag from "attacker") and 50% chance to kill targeted player (one of those always happens). If player does not tag anybody (either by writing he doesn't target anybody or by doing nothing in time limit), he has 50% chance of being killed, giving tag to random player. Players who have got tag can't be targeted and one player can't be targeted more than once per round. When there is nobody to target (ie. when everybody, who is alive, has tag), group of alive players wins the game. When all players, who haven't got tag, are already targeted in current round, chance of random dying doesn't apply. Random chances are determined by me (Nik) on "random.org". Special roles (Players with special roles don't know about them. They are revealed upon death.): Teridax - Has 25% chance of dying when tagged instead of usual 50%. Bitil - Upon being tagged, has 50% chance of killing player who tagged him. Two people will have tag on start. More can be added in case of more players to keep it interesting. Spots: 1. Ghidora 2427135. Makuta Luroka 3. ShadowVezon - Winner 4. Voltex 5. Petewa the Bitil 6. Kopekemaster 7. FF the Forgotten - Winner 8. fishers64 the Teridax 9. Dark Samus 10. Toa Kapura 11. Shadowhawk 12. Toa Smoke Monster Registration is now closed.
It's Party Time! Welcome, one and none, to Ask Vezon TWO, the comedy controlled by you, the suckers fans. Now, before I hit to the story, here's the rules: Rule #1: Go crazy with questions. If you ask something reasonable, Vezon will kill you. Rule #2: Obey all BZP rules, guidelines, and moderators. Even if Vezon says no. Rule #3: Obey all rules. That is all. Hit to the story Vezon sat on the curb, plotting what to do with his "pitiful" existence. He had tried being friendly to that sap Ghidora131, but it failed. Slumping down, he figured he could stop playing with the dead canary now. Snapping up straight, he had a brilliant thought: Why not go rule that loser Ghidora again? If it worked once it could work twice. Three hours later, Vezon tore the door to Ghidora's small, humble establishment and screamed "I'M BACK, BRO!!! LET'S GET THE DISCO MOUNTED TO YOUR HEAD AND HAVE A PARTY!!!" Ghidora, being rather traumatized after the last meeting, promptly let out a tiny girly scream and fainted. Vezon proceeded to take over the entire dwelling, and this is where I am at now. Call the cops! He's eating all my tofu! HELP!!! All right all you insanity lovers, This time around Vezon's working a little differently. You ask a question, it turns into a skit where Vezon tries to figure it out. Special characters will be appearing, each one a little different. Now and then, I will choose a random (Un)lucky member who has asked a question and personify them in one of Vezon's little temper tantrums. Example: Q: Can you really digest corn? A: Vezon stared at the computer screen and stared at the computer screen and stared at the computer... And then decided to try it out. Then, Tahu (How he got there, I dunno) stopped Vezon. "Hold it! You've caused so many nightmares in little kids with your last ask series, and too many ears bled at the beginning of this intro? What are you intending now, you sick freak?" Vezon spewed out some senselessness and then hopped in the car. Driving to the store, he proceeded to steal a corncob. He then drove to Ghidora's house once again and got out the vinegar. "You see, So and so, it's like this. Your filthy stomach is full of vinegar. When you pour the vinegar on the corncob..." The corncob proceeded to turn to mushy gunk. "And that is your food in your intestine. Now, we take the mush, and put it in the microwave." He placed the slop into the microwave. "Set it for four hours on high," He said, setting it for thirty seconds on low. Tahu, still disbelieving, butted in. "In actuality, corn is too full of chemicals due to modern farming methods to be actually considered as food by that human body of yours, and- Mmph!" He abruptly finished when Vezon stuck the goopy, scalding mess in his open mouth. "And that is how your body digests Corn!" He finished, while Tahu proceeded to barf on the floor. Well, what ye be waiting for? Get to the asking!
I can't believe BrickFair was almost two weeks ago already. Time sure does fly. Many of you were able to come to the party we held at Shadowland Adventures, and I hope you had a blast - I sure did. But if you didn't that's okay too. Basically I want to know what you did and didn't like about the party and what can we do to improve it next year (if we do one again).Some questions to kick things off:Did you have fun?Would you do it again next year?How could it have been better?Did the timing (Saturday right after the public left) work for everyone?Would you prefer some other type of activity? If so, what?My main thought is - we definitely could have used a bigger room. I had initially made the reservation for twenty, and twenty-seven of us showed up. If we do this next year, I'll make sure to expect more people and get a bigger space. Prior to BrickFair, only sixteen people had bought tickets. I possibly could have asked for a bigger room earlier, but there were a lot of people who didn't buy tickets on the store or give me money in person until the last minute. The more heads up I have, the better I can plan it.Obviously there were some issues with the teams on the second game. I think next year we could talk on the forums in advance and maybe make some requests for the type of games we'd like to play. That would mean less chaos and more fun. (Although chaos can be fun too!)Originally I had wanted to just do a pizza party, which would have been a bit more relaxed, but the Holiday Inn requires that you use their (expensive) catering if you reserve one of their rooms. I couldn't find anywhere else where we could just rent some space so I came up with this alternative. I liked the way it worked out, but am open to other suggestions.I'd love to do this again next year, so please give me your feedback!