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Prison Riot! Day One

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Tensions in Cheleb Mensa Prison are high. Warden Bek Sunfell is using the old tactic of turning the inmates on each other in order to find the culprits of a deadly riot.

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Foog Roorum lashes out at Cuxun Marsburst while NPC Officer Cometfire Vun tries to break up the interaction. Scar Mimitsus happily points to the people he can place a vote for.

"I get it!" He proclaims.

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Tierro Prius and Derwar Gravis communicate with a space demon via a digital ouija board.

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Warden Bek Sunfell has removed the holographic pieces from the holo-chess board as punishment for the riot. Rirsol Maasym and Whindum Foxum struggle to remember where they placed their imaginary pieces.

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The odd tension is finally broken by the image of Warden Bek Sunfell on the holo-screen.

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Note: The Meal Cart will come to you via PM.

Non Playing Characters

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Warden Bek Sunfell

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Officer Elles Fissionfire

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Doctor Koukiu Stormdream

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Officer Lazer Strewn

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Officer Cometfire Vun

The Players

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Bate Cos (Big Cam)

Crime: Tax evasion. One of the most diabolical gangsters in the Panty Galaxy. After decades of organized crime, Bate finally made an error on his tax return in the amount of 23 space cents.

Sentence: 80 years in prison. Eligible for parole in 60. In the meantime, however, Bate complains of being haunted by his first wife, who he murdered for talking to the GBI (Galactic Bureau of Investigation)

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Cuxun Marsburst (CorneliusMurdock)

Crime: Kindness. Cuxun is from the Dickhead Galaxy where it’s illegal to be nice.

Sentence: Death. Unfortunately, the Dickheads have zero tolerance for nice people.

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Derwar Gravis (def)

Crime: Cannabalism. Derwar is an unknown species and nobody knows where he comes from. His favorite meal is mammal and he committed over 100 murders before he was apprehended.

Sentence: Life. No eligibility for parole.

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Drakius Knight (Dragonator)

Crime: Chain Mail. Drakius is one of those megablocks who sends those stupid Chain E-mails.

Sentence: Death. The sentence is rather lenient for such a douchebag.

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Foog Roorum (Fugazi)

Crime: Murder. Foog has a mental condition where he has an unsatiable urge to break bones…and smash skulls…and smother people. He was convicted on 23 counts of murder in the Judtron and Mebo Systems.

Sentence: 23 consecutive life sentences. No eligibility for parole.

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Illiap Reertu (iamded)

Crime: Theft. Illiap was on a roll, robbing many pit stops in the Amy System. The Police were baffled at how she was able to avoid capture for so long. Until she tried to steal a bottle of vodka from one of the pit stops. The clerk doubted she was of legal drinking age, so she showed him her ID, which has her Intergalactic vehicle tracking code. She was apprehended 20 minutes later.

Sentence: 50 years. Eligible for parole in 30.

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Jissaleh Blazen (JimButcher)

Crime: Stupidity. Jissaleh is from the ZubZub System where it is illegal to have a low IQ. Mayonnaise beat Jissaleh at the ZubZub IQ test.

Sentence: Life. No eligibility for parole.

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Killoopio Daylight (KielDaMan)

Crime: Murder. Killoopio is an explosives expert…who hates people. Killoopio went on a murder spree in the Lucas System, disguising bombs as Cheeseburgers. 58 overweight fast food guests were killed before he was apprehended.

Sentence: Life. No eligibility for parole.

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Pronti Flavior (Professor Flitwick)

Crime: Pronti is a college professor turned drug dealer. A long series of hardships led her to the accidental murder of a Police Officer in the Fuckwit System.

Sentence: Life. No eligibility for parole.

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Rirsol Maasym (Rick)

Crime: Murder. Rirsol hates junkies. But, his only trade is drug dealing. He laced the space meth he was selling with poison to wipe out those junkies he hated so much. When he ran out of customers, he turned himself in.

Sentence: Life. Eligible for parole in 80 years. Luckily for Rirsol, his species lives for 300 years, on average.

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Rufulzud Novadora (Rufus/Pandora)

Crime: Insanity. Rufulzud has a split personality disorder. Unfortunately for him/her, he/she settled in the Cameron System where it’s illegal to have a mental disorder. Rufulzud’s personalities also alternate between robbing banks and dealing drugs.

Sentence: 20 years. Eligible for parole in 5.

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Saproton Veeck (Sandy)

Crime: Murder. Saproton is a feared street shark from the Babonda System. A natural predator with an eye for travel, his hunting was mistaken for murder.

Sentence: Life. No eligibility for parole.

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Scar Mimitsus (Scouts)

Crime: Election fraud. Scar was a Campaign Manager for a very popular politician in the Pelly System. When his candidate was threatened by a rival and the election was dangerously close, Scar invented a third-party candidate that was, in-fact a Non-Playing Character.

Sentence: Life. No eligibility for parole.

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Shadowghost Sturch (Shadows)

Crime: Also, known as "Death Swirly." Convicted on 18 counts of drowning people in toilets.

Sentence: 18 consecutive life sentence. No eligibility for parole. Also, court-ordered to admit daily to being kind of a dick.

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Tierro Prius (TinyPiesRUs)

Crime: Mass Murder, classified as Hate Crimes. Tierro hates blue people and left a trail of dead blue bodies across the Universe. Not blue from suffocation. They were blue to begin with. She was finally being apprehended, ironically in the Tolerance System.

Sentence: Five years. Causing a bit of controversy throughout the Universe, the judge who presided over Tierro’s trial was her bigot sister.

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Whindum Foxum (WhiteFang)

Crime: Mass Murder, Hubris and Fraud. Whindum convinced 40 individuals in the Fanglish System that he was a messenger of God. They gave their life savings to him and he convinced them that suicide was the way to commune with God. He’d have gotten away with it if his narcissistic tendencies hadn’t gotten the best of him. The GBI (Galactic Bureau of Investigation) setup a fake tabloid interview where he was intervened.

Sentence: Death. Unfortunately for Whindum, Hubris is punishable by death in the Fanglish System.

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Zosma (Zepher)

Crime: Cannabalism. Zosma believes himself to be a werewolf, but that will never never be true.

Sentence: Life. Eligible for parole in 80 years. Fortunately for Zosma, his species has an average lifespan of 1000 years.

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Rules

  1. Each player will be given a character to play, who will be aligned with either the Town (Model Inmates) or the Scum (Gang Members). To win the game, the Town must kill off all the Scum, while the Scum needs to outnumber the Town. Third-party (neutral) characters have their own win conditions as outlined in their roles.
  2. Each day you will vote to lynch a player. Voting should be done in the following format; Vote: Character (Player). Similarly, unvoting is to be done in the format; Unvote: Character (Player). Proxy voting is allowed, with the format Proxy: Character (Player) and Unproxy: Character (Player). No other format will be accepted. The player with the most votes will be lynched. In the case of a tie, no lynch will take place. Voting is mandatory. Failure to vote will result in the untimely death of your character. Please remember that the reason for the delay is that players all reside in different Time Zones. It is usually unfair to a player to log in and find themselves voted out. Accusations should occur during the first 24 hours as a courtesy to the accused to defend themselves before voting starts.
  3. A game day will last 48 hours. You may not vote in the first 24 hours. The day will end after 48 hours. After the day has been concluded, a night stage will commence, which will last 24 hours (or 48 hours if an emergency comes up). You are required to use your action. Night actions must be sent to the host in the first 20 hours of the night stage.
  4. You may not choose the same meal two days in a row. Players may not target themselves.
  5. The alignment of lynched players, as well as those that died during the night, will be revealed at the beginning of the next day.
  6. You may not quote or pretend to quote anything sent to you by the host via PM. That includes all the details of your character and role, as well as any night action results. Role claims and reporting of night action results are acceptable, but in your own words only. Do not attempt to use the structure of your role PM to your advantage.
  7. Do not play the game outside the thread. Similarly, do not post out of character inside the thread. Game tactics and roles may only be discussed in the game thread or via PM with other players. Private discussion is done at your own risk and should be treated as part of the game. Metagaming should similarly be done at your own risk.
  8. If you are dead, you may not post in thread or discuss the game with any of the players. Any information you had becomes void, and may not be passed on.
  9. You may not edit your posts.
  10. You must post in every day thread.
  11. Violation of the above rules will result in the untimely death of your character.
  12. If you encounter a problem or have a question, please contact the host via PM

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Ah, now, a new day of this incessant prison riot. I'm am ever hungry, though, how long's going to be till I get my food? :cry_sad: And don't skip me because I'm short! :angry:

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Ah, the infamous 'Day One', we meet again. But man am I hungry. When do I get to eat? Tenth in line, you say? But I'm hungry nooow! :cry_sad::angry: I could be at home, basking in the spoils of various pit stops right now...

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Good morning, fellow inmates. At least there is some good news: I get my food first today. :classic:

However, as the warden completely revamped the menu, I have no idea whether that actually is good news yet. :look:

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I can't take all of these inmates rioting everyday! Damn, if only I have my 'devices' here I'll blow all of you in smithereens. As much as I don't want to do anything with you people, I'm forced by the circumstances so we better get our megablocks working together to find these gang members amongst us.

And now I wait what I'll get on the meal cart...

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Grrr. I am dam hungry and where is my bloody food. Who wants to believe in God? I can bring you close to your heart. To do this, I need a dagger to continue my preaching.

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I can bring you close to your heart. To do this, I need a dagger to continue my preaching.

Ha, what's he going to say next? Kali Ma Shakti de? :laugh: What? Never seen Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom!? It's a classic across the whole universe!

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Well, my food has arrived... Not my first choice, and I'm sixth in line. You folks can bet I'll be keeping an eye on those ahead of me on the list :sadnew:

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Well, my food has arrived... Not my first choice, and I'm sixth in line. You folks can bet I'll be keeping an eye on those ahead of me on the list :sadnew:

You realise food is distributed today based on the order of confirmation we arrived for morning inspection? :wink:

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You realise food is distributed today based on the order of confirmation we arrived for morning inspection? :wink:

Nope, but I'm still curious who got my first choice. If that's the order, being an early riser will be an advantage :def_shrug:

Yup, that Rirsol is a crafty one, I hope he's on our side :sweet:

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Well, at least we manage to have the now-traditional breakfast, but I was sort of expecting sausages on the menu. :blush:

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I'm starving! Let's get this show on the road, we've got heads to crack wayward inmates to discover and murder bring to justice. By murdering the bitches. :grin:

Seriously, it's day 1 of this cruise, so unless someone can surprise me, we're gonna be doing some guessing today. Anyone know if we're required to reach a majority decision today or not?

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Seriously, it's day 1 of this cruise, so unless someone can surprise me, we're gonna be doing some guessing today. Anyone know if we're required to reach a majority decision today or not?

If in doubt, read the rules, n00b :sweet:

The player with the most votes will be lynched. In the case of a tie, no lynch will take place. Voting is mandatory. Failure to vote will result in the untimely death of your character.

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If in doubt, read the rules, n00b :sweet:

Do you think I ended up in prison by reading the rules? :hmpf:

:laugh:

So we can force no lynch by coming to a tie vote. I wonder if we'd be penalized for that. SEE? My question was perfectly acceptable! :tongue:

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Urgh.

(If the food doesn't come to me quicker tomorrow, I will break some bones. Well, I'll just go and break some bones anyway. Temptation is too strong. That's the way I am, a sweet sensitive skull crusher. :sweet:)

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megablocking odd number of players. :hmpf_bad:

I'll ask this again tomorrow, assuming we have an even number then. I swear, I'll keep waiting to ask this until it makes sense. :laugh:

Actually, we could still do it today if we force a tie by having one person place a different vote entirely.

I WIN! :thumbup:

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23 Goddamn cents. Grrr.

Where is this food? I mean we are in prison but isn't their some level of treatment that this place needs to uphold. If they can't control the riot's you think they'd at least be able to control the meals.

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megablocking odd number of players. :hmpf_bad:

I'll ask this again tomorrow, assuming we have an even number then. I swear, I'll keep waiting to ask this until it makes sense. :laugh:

Actually, we could still do it today if we force a tie by having one person place a different vote entirely.

I WIN! :thumbup:

Actually, it's a fair plan that I'm sure the warden didn't properly count on, with his wording of no conviction in the case of a tie. It would be a good hard to pull off idea to have it eight and eight and one... Though nobody's going to be volunteering for that. :sceptic:

We've got a while before the vote comes, and we might have someone come along and start calling everyone shitholes, so let's wait and see :drunk:

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Actually, it's a fair plan that I'm sure the warden didn't properly count on, with his wording of no conviction in the case of a tie. It would be a good hard to pull off idea to have it eight and eight and one... Though nobody's going to be volunteering for that. :sceptic:

We've got a while before the vote comes, and we might have someone come along and start calling everyone shitholes, so let's wait and see :drunk:

Well if your my accountant your a shithole, but I'm pretty sure you are not. Seriously, the food? Getting hungry. Who's that? Did you guys just see my wife? She'd megablocking haunting me I tell you.

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I'm hungry. All I want is some damn food. What the hell is up with the damn kitchen staff these days anyway? :sceptic:

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I don't mean to be a bother, Foog, but if you would please stop picking on me I can get back to reading to the blind inmates.

I hope everyone gets a good meal. I only wish the best for all of you.

As far as voting goes, I'm not sure at this early stage what we should do. We all definitely need to vote. I'd rather have a timely death than an untimely one. :grin: I'm not sure that spreading our votes out as has been suggested is feasible. I'm a very trusting fellow but I don't think the rest of you are.

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16th in line?! I'll be released from jail by the time the food comes around. :hmpf_bad:

Actually, it's a fair plan that I'm sure the warden didn't properly count on, with his wording of no conviction in the case of a tie. It would be a good hard to pull off idea to have it eight and eight and one... Though nobody's going to be volunteering for that. :sceptic:

If we can't decide on voting for anyone, I suppose it would be easier if we all voted for a different person, so that each player has one vote against them and we have a 17-way tie. That way there won't be any counting confusions.

Although this whole idea rests on the assumption that none of the food grants an additional vote, which would make things a lot harder to track.

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Aw, almost last in line. :cry_sad: Anyways, I'm going to go enjoy my meal. Hopefully no riots start while I'm gone.

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16th in line?! I'll be released from jail by the time the food comes around. :hmpf_bad:

Ha. Ha. Ha. Enjoy being hungry whilst I eat my food. Maybe if you had taken your drugs properly you wouldn't be so hungry. Or they'd do such harm to your body that you'd need to speak through a device like mine. Either way, you probably wouldn't be feeling so hungry. :devil:

If we can't decide on voting for anyone, I suppose it would be easier if we all voted for a different person, so that each player has one vote against them and we have a 17-way tie. That way there won't be any counting confusions.

At the moment, this seems like the most efficient coarse of action; we won't have to risk voting out an person uninvolved in the riots, and can make a more reliable coarse of action tomorrow.

That is, if God the Warden does not decide to penalise us for such a thing. Maybe there are bonuses to lynching somebody? We are going to have to decide during the next 24 hours, but I see that plan as the useful. Unless there's a two-pill meal, in which case the whole plan becomes flawed.

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If we can't decide on voting for anyone, I suppose it would be easier if we all voted for a different person, so that each player has one vote against them and we have a 17-way tie. That way there won't be any counting confusions.

Although this whole idea rests on the assumption that none of the food grants an additional vote, which would make things a lot harder to track.

That's good in theory buy I can't see a bunch of criminals working together like that.

Plus thwart basically hands one of us over to the scum, all they need to do is switch one vote before the day ends and a townie is gone.

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