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message 1: by A. J. Deschene (new)

A. J. Deschene (ajdeschene) | 58 comments _
Hey, Everyone!
I have a super fun game for ya'll that's intended to spark any kind of creative imagination you guys might need, in case you ever get stuck in writer's block.
The way the game works is: I'm going to start out with a sentence and then one of you guys are going to add to it. Then the next person adds to that sentence and so on and so on . . .
We're probably going get a weird story going on after a while, but that's perfect! Just let your imagination run wild and write whatever crazy ideas come into your head. :D
I can't wait to see what you come up with! ;)

So, without further ado, here's the first sentence:

It was on a dark and frigid day when the wind had begun shifting in many opposing directions, whipping shards of snow piercing through the air like tiny knives when it happened . . .

Good luck, and have fun!
A. J. Deschene

message 2: by Christina (new)

Christina McMullen (cmcmullen) ...when it happened that five small,rat-like creatures made the impossible journey up Mt. Neverest. As the name suggests...

message 3: by Phillip (new)

Phillip Murrell | 367 comments As the name suggests, it was impossible to allow even a moment for slumber because Mt. Neverest was home to the Vlikins, the natural apex predator. Misfortune was abundant because ...

message 4: by Melissa (new)

Melissa Jensen (kdragon) | 468 comments Misfortune was abundant because it was a Tuesday, and nothing good ever seemed to happen on a Tuesday. And if that wasn't the half of it, even worse...

message 5: by Dwayne, Head of Lettuce (new)

Dwayne Fry | 4310 comments Mod
...even worse, the five rat creatures were all blind and had thirteen legs between them. Still, they were determined to reach the top of Mt. Neverest and the rumored...

message 6: by H.L. (new)

H.L. Carpenter | 16 comments ...and the rumored Lost Burrow of the Raett, where stones were said to dance and the ceremonial shrine held the secret for lifting the blight from the land and restoring the maimed to health. No rat creature had ever been allowed into the shrine but...

message 7: by Jane (new)

Jane Jago | 888 comments but the grey ones hunted diligently for a hidden entrance the sagerats spoke of. They slid up and down the crabs and wrinkles of the mountain face until...

message 8: by Val (new)

Val | 7 comments until they saw a small crack in the shrine wall. One of the creatures tried to sneak inside through the crack, however its bottom happened to be too big and the creature got stuck. So the other creatures...

message 9: by A. J. Deschene (new)

A. J. Deschene (ajdeschene) | 58 comments So the other creatures put their heads together and decided it best to leave their friend behind.
You see, these creatures, the yorkins, weren't very social or thoughtful towards each other, and when it came down to who would be eaten by the vlikins if they came venturing near, it was better the fat one be the monters' dinner than either of them
Intsead, the yorkens . . .

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