Unofficial Runners Operation the II: Christmas Story

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Re: Unofficial Runners Operation the II: Christmas Story

Postby Master Gunner » 08 Jan 2010, 17:13

Alja-Markir wrote:Master Gunner, paging Master Gunner!

Please report to the thread manager's office immediately!

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Re: Unofficial Runners Operation the II: Christmas Story

Postby Alja-Markir » 08 Jan 2010, 17:36

No, but it's fun.

I mean, if I really wanted I could pull something flashy like teleport your entire zeppelin onto the aft observation deck of the NSec station and then send a messenger to knock on the door to the bridge.

When you opened the door, there would be twenty-three lyre-strumming nymphs in gauzy pants-suits couched in a golden canoe borne on the cool mists of a hundred fire extinguishers and crewed by a dozen tipsy leprechauns uniformed in shimmering middy-blouses and fringed toreador pants. Facing you would be a twelve-foot specter shrouded in red sateen, shod in bejeweled riding boots, and mounted on an obese, pale-blue unicorn. Around him would flutter winged frogs, miniature Valkyries, and an airborne caduceus. The tall figure would offer you a six-fingered hand which holds a curiously inscribed identification bracelet simply crawling with mysterious portents.

At this point, however, I suspect you might bang the door shut in the specter's surprised face, then bolt, bar, and lock it, swallowing the key for good measure.

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Re: Unofficial Runners Operation the II: Christmas Story

Postby Master Gunner » 08 Jan 2010, 17:38

Nah, as a matter of fact that happened next Tuesday. Such a good time.....shame about the Dodo though.
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Re: Unofficial Runners Operation the II: Christmas Story

Postby Lord Chrusher » 09 Jan 2010, 19:54

I think I will try my hand at writing something.
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Re: Unofficial Runners Operation the II: Christmas Story

Postby WBAGNR » 10 Jan 2010, 12:09

I have a poem that involves snow and a couple in the snow? Does that count?
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Re: Unofficial Runners Operation the II: Christmas Story

Postby Master Gunner » 10 Jan 2010, 12:12

Post it and we'll see. What's the worst that could happen?
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Re: Unofficial Runners Operation the II: Christmas Story

Postby WBAGNR » 10 Jan 2010, 12:16

Someone plagiarises it.

See all the pretty couples embracing
See them smile and their eyes dance
While whiteness falls all around
Encapsulating the scene in a moment of serenity

Clutching each others hands
Like a sacred bond between to the death
I view from afar knowing how that was
And secretly wish that I could feel it again

But life has shown me that searching
In this barren world is futile.
If we wish to really find true happiness
We must let it find us.
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