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RPG: The Search for Skeeter

Discussion in 'Games' started by Fozzie Bear, Mar 21, 2005.

  1. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    GAME MASTER: Beyond Door Number 2 is a square cube room with white walls on every side and a sence of walking on the ceiling. There is a sofa, and a coffee table with one cup of coffee for each Muppet.

    However it is not that which catches their attention, but rather the large glass case in the center of the room. Inside it is a huge, pulsing brain. Wires, electriods, and tubes are connected to the glass box, and sparks of electricity dance around the brain.

    *In a bit of barvery, Scooter walks up to the case*

    *taps on the glass*

    In a flash, The Puppeteer appears again.
  2. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    No thanks, no coffee for me. But why did Scooter sign his message with a quote from Phillip Chapman?
  3. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    GAME MASTER: You will find that message was Beauregard's signiture and nothing to do with de game.

    The Puppeteer: Who dares disturb my sloother? Slmbuer comes to the minds of men and beasts, but only men fight it. Whyfore hast thou come again into mine cavern of truthes

    We are looking for my sister.

    The Pupeteer: You sithter, slither, sister sandalay! Why should you care for one, you seen not since the sun rose twice upon the sunraise of the full moon?

    Beacause she's family. And family means...that I love her.

    The Puppeteer: I am reading your minds. What do I see? Does mean a lot family to creatures like thee?
  4. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Oh, OK.
    *Thinks, yes family is very important to all of us, even us Muppets. *Wondeers why Scooter doesn't answer. *Come on Scooter, that's why we followed you to Africa, to help you find your sister and help her get out of whatever foibles it is she's found herself in. That, and she's part of our family of Muppets.
  5. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    The Puppeteer: Ah ha! What does this mean, "Family of Muppets." Is thesen mystery another family without father or mother of which ye speak?
  6. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    No, we have our respective fathers and mothers as individuals. But we have all come together under the leadership of Mr. The Frog here. And we each support the others, sometimes fight like siblings, have our ups and downs. But we've come together as one nuclear unit, and we consider ourselves a tight-knit family group. That's why we came along to help Scooter find his sister. Cause though she's a blood sister to him, she's a sister and part of the family to the rest of us in spirit.
    And we have some good spirits among us.

    *Two ghosts show up: We're the spirits, chuckling.
  7. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    Ingnoring the spirits...The Puppeteer continues to questian:

    The Puppeteer: When man first came to island this of continental size, they killed...me. And I was your Mr Frog, the. Leader of family, blood family, not group, yet was I killed. I need proof of this family you seek. Willing was I to life sacrifice upon my mind living as torture. Will one of you volenteer to be preserved by brain alone in reply you will receive the clue you seek. For understanding this family group mystery I wish to know.
  8. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Hmmm, maybe Gonzo? No, I would not have him sacrifice himself like that, even if he may relish the opportunity to do so.
    *Searches in carry-along coffin. Now, where is it? Ah, here it is.
    *Produces a brain in a jar, with Muppet eyes on the front of the jar. Will this brain do? He's one of us and he's been part of the family for a long time...
    Yorick, from inside coffin: "Hey, where are you taking my brain?"
    *Aside: Shhh, Yorick, we need it to get this guy to lead us to Skeeter.

    So, will this brain do for what you wish to learn about our family? Or will we have to give up Gonzo after all?
  9. redBoobergurl

    redBoobergurl Well-Known Member

    Not Gonzo! Not any of us I hope! I love everyone too much, I would miss whoever it was too much. Even Piggy.
  10. theprawncracker

    theprawncracker Well-Known Member

    Sacrifice someone? Not even I Pepe de King Prawn would sacrifice someone not even Piggy! Hokay? What are we going to do Scooter?
  11. Erine81981

    Erine81981 Well-Known Member

    BAD MAN! *runs around the Puppeteer and grabs his leg* AH HA! GOT LEG! GOT LEG!
  12. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Guys, calm down. Don't think we'll have to sacrifice anyone's brain. Not when I have this nice little Muppet brain in a jar I'm offering to give to this Puppeteer fellow.
    *Brain's eyes blink. *Thought waves heard by someone: Who's the strange guy Uncle Deadly?
  13. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    The Puppeteer: *grins, smiles, does a litle tap-dance on the spot, advances on the brain in a jar* Ah, ha. Ha, ah. A brain in a jar. Brains, not branes, at no expence to man. I feel a connection, but, far off, like abreeze, I get a feeling that shiver though my kneecaps.

    *At this point, animal attacks, but simply passes through The Puppeteer*

    The Puppeteer: Excus me, I get that ghostly feeling from time to time, and have to sneeze. *ar-choo!* Forgive me. Where was I? Oh yes. I recall. *paces around the Muppets* You, creautres, are stranger than Man, yet, Scooter looks familiarly like the man-hu race, humans slip-slide into Africa kill moi, excellent. Is he related?

    Well, I think my mother was a parrot. it was during the war.

    The Puppeteer: Say no more. I understand. Now, here's the deal. Put that brain away, I just wanted to see what you'd give us for a sisterness friend. Now your sister...yours, Scooter, not the rest of you...should have been here now, but, rest-her-trunk-and-toes, she got too close. She discovered of mine exsitnce, and I was forced to take measures quite drastic, that snapped back at me like elastic...well, it ryhmed. Forgive me, I'm going insane here. What was I saying?

    Ah ha! I recall. The Kookazsa would take the fall, for the kidnapping of a news-lady from a land outside the our land. Then taken she convinced them revolting to take action against the rulerking kind of my own. So taken all into captivity, execution action, myabe to take. Unless, you have a convince argument against...

    You see, the only people left alive who know about me are you, you are me...er...yes. And therefore only usteds can I talk'e to'e voi moi. Am I forgetting something? Ah for a second-ticking of the clock heads, I forgot, there is another. But for now, let's deal with present, pre-set judgement is not allowed, what action for revolting take should I on yonder Kookazsa crowd?
  14. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    *Putting away brain back into coffin.
    Hmmm, that's a toughy. I say we let Kermit and Scooter put forth the argument.
  15. theprawncracker

    theprawncracker Well-Known Member

    Si dat sounds good to me scary man
  16. redBoobergurl

    redBoobergurl Well-Known Member

    All I know is that this Puppeteer guy is kind of weird and scary. I wonder what Statler and Waldorf would have to say if he got up on the Muppet stage and started talking like that! Wocka wocka!
  17. Erine81981

    Erine81981 Well-Known Member

    Not funny. Bad Joke! Ahahhhhh....
  18. G-MAN

    G-MAN Active Member

    Gonzo: Psst, hey Scooter, how do we know, that he's not just a projection, like on the old Scooby Doo cartoons?
  19. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    The Puppeteer rounds on him.

    The Puppeteer: I am a projection, a projection of the mind of me, in such a way that you can see. To one, to another different may appear, but inside is the same, so, please, fear me.

    Now to answer the questian put forth by my self, I asked should I kill them or should I not do that which my deepest desires say do? What thinkest you?

    Er, I'd have to check with...a disctionary. But I'd say, don't, er, kill.

    The Pupeteer: Yet...let me get this straight. Those Kookazsa men came at me from tribe led by leader of the ring, ring-leader, your sister, Skeetlet-er-or...prononce it how - I recall. Skeeter. Still, back on topic, those men tried to kill me. Why should I not kill them?

    Boss? Got any thoughts on that...?
  20. sugarbritchez

    sugarbritchez Active Member

    Just give us the Girl.......weirdo!

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