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20 October 2006 @ 12:35 pm
Round Robin [ Festival Event ]  
Our first event for this festival. A simple Round Robin game. I will provide you with a small excerpt, and you will follow. Still confused? Just look at the rules.

Round Robin Rules
- This event, I repeat, STARTS NOW.
- Members who are participating are listed on the first post, and you will go in the exact order from that list.
- Wait until your turn. Don't skip anyone unless the person before you does not post in a timely manner and a moderator for this thread writes the word SKIP.
- If you can't think up anything, just post the word SKIP and the next member will be allowed to go. You will not be taken out of the game if you post this.
- If a member does not post within 12 HOURS, you will be skipped automatically for the first time. If you are skipped for a second time, you will be taken off of the Round Robin list. Please don't abuse the time limit.
- Remember that each post has a word limit. You CANNOT double post, so make sure that you get your story/point across effectively.
- YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE A WRITING GOD FOR THIS CONTEST, BUT YOU MUST AT LEAST BE ABLE TO FORM A LOGICAL SENTENCE AND PASS THE STORY ALONG. I do NOT want to see any net speak during this. I will just delete the post and ask the next member to continue if that is the case.
- When posting, please don't comment to the previous user. It wouldn't make sense to since the next person wouldn't even know anyway. This will keep us from those annoying tiny comments. :)


Don't forget your order please. So, with that said, let's get the game underway. Here is your start off point. Make up whatever you want from here. If there are any questions, please post them in the sign up thread here. If you want me to remind you if you are going next, please leave your email in the sign up thread as well and I will email you when it is your turn. Have fun!

"You do realize how ridiculous this all is, right?"
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YOUR CHILDREN DESERVE LEXCORP JETPACKS: love if i laugh (nejiten)yesthatnagia on October 21st, 2006 03:11 pm (UTC)
The idea had been stupid, Sakura fumed to herself (in the back of her mind, Inner Sakura was beyond fuming; she was now screaming and destroying things and scheduled to move on to maiming people any minute now). The idea had been dumb enough to make a brutally retarded gnat look about as smart as Shikamaru. And the clothing! The clothing had been degrading. And the shoes. The shoes! They were-- well they had been just plain evil.

They weren't degrading or evil anymore because Sakura had just tucked the outfit into a cloth sack and chucked it, shoes and all, off a bridge and into a river.

(Clan Aburame would eventually find a sack of clothing-- very strange and somewhat terrifying in its implications-- floating in the koi pond they'd made by damming off a stream. How it got there, why, and who put it there would remain unknown to the clan for generations to come. Shino himself would spend years defending himself against his family's assumptions that he a. had a French Maid fetish, b. perhaps liked the koi pond a bit too much, and c. had brought Hyuuga Hinata to said beloved koi pond for a night of drunken fetish indulgence. But that is an entirely different story, one I'm probably not allowed to tell.)

He had told her to leave. Neji, voted number one in Konoha for Most Repressed Emotions-- fine, not really, but if they had voted on that, he would have been!-- had told her to leave! How, exactly, did a teenaged boy who had evidently been repressing everything from dire rage to petty annoyance to (presumably) wild teenaged male lust tell somebody in a French Maid fetish costume to just leave?

Then again, what had she been expecting? After all, Neji had more repressed emotions than anybody this side of Sasuke. The boy probably had more internal pressure than a Carbonated Beverage can. Considering he could see people completely naked if he so wanted, somebody in a French Maid costume was probably a piece of cake to resist.

Sakura perked up. And, really, if he hadn't had the willpower to resist, what would that have said about him? Nothing good.

Even if he'd been a total jerk about telling her to leave.


The shoji door to his room practically slammed open. Neji opened it with enough force that the door bounced against the farthest point in the frame with a loud noise. Neji's grip on the door was white-knuckled and his eyebrows had furrowed into what Sakura was fairly sure was the Hyuuga family's standard Going To Kill You Now expression.

"How may I help you."

His words were polite, but there was an edge in his tone (and a certain flat intonation at the very end) that spoke very clearly of This had better be good, or I'll put a burst of chakra through your heart.

"Uhm, well, I--"

She tried to stick to the script. She did! But being able to say that stuff to Naruto was one thing-- Naruto didn't look at her like he was going to kill her for being in the Branch House dorms.

"--if you are not here for anything important, please leave. I'm rather busy today."

And with that, he turned around and closed the door in her face.