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Thread: The Story Game

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    Sonic ***** Team ****** Quills on Wheels's Avatar
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    Default The Story Game

    Yeah, another game... Perhaps we should have a Game part in the forums?
    Anyway, the game is pretty simple but... I have trouble explaining it...
    Well...
    We make a random story. Well perhaps I can explain more with an example.
    First Person: One day there was a...
    Second Person: ...fat cow who liked to eat lots of...
    Third person: ...Cats with big fat...
    Forth Person: ... Chilly. He lived in...
    etc etc etc.
    So yeah, each person makes part of the story. you can always finish the line. And try keeping the word usage to medium (about 5 to 10 words per post). You can make it as random and as crazy as possible. and well... here we go.

    Under my bed, there is a...

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    No more games please |:

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    i'm going to lock this for now, waiting for a second opinion. We need proper discussions more than forum games.

    These game threads can be used by done just to increase their post count.

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