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Discussion in 'Games' started by Fozzie Bear, May 23, 2005.
WHAT?!? We could've been eaten? Let's go back!
(Big Bird does a double take at Gonzo then cocks his head in bewilderment)
Eat! Eat! Eat!
The Muppets run through the woods behind the little Munchkin until finally they see the light of day peeking through the trees, and then find themselves running out into (what's left of) the sun (peeking through the clouds).
Yonder lies the Road of Yellow Brick, the Munchkin said. Hurry yourselves to it, and go steadfastedly toward the Emerald City Palace! Quickly! We fear something is at hand!!
The Munchkin disappeared into the woods again, and the sounds of the Kilidahs were heard along the edge of the woods.
Over the tops of the dead trees, a faint green color was in the sky, and the tops of the spirals of a castle were seen. It wouldn't be far now...yet, dangers lay ahead of the Muppets.
Well, gang! Movin' right along!
Should we skip down the road or ease on down the road? Either way, let's head on down the road!
Let's just walk down the road. We should get there as soon as probably.
*runs down the road*
Rizzo:Hey, maybe we should walk like an egyptian down the road, hehe.
Hey, it's yellow! Just like me! ha ha. I'm starting to like this trip more and more. (to Pepe) How about you, Little Fish? (Picks up Pepe and holds him in his wing)
The Muppets have walked many miles, and soon begin approaching a new set of trees all set separately across the fields on side of the road. As they enter, the bricks begin to shuffle and move under their feet! While some of the Muppets can keep balance, others fall down.
What happens next? Next post chooses: 1 or 2?
option 2 would've slid muppets to em city palace!
As the bricks on the Yellow Road began to bubble, they seperated and a great hole opened in the ground, all the Muppets went falling into the darkness, into a pit.
However, once they hit the bottom of the pit and looked up, they saw the ground closing in over them, as if a great lid was building up and they were to be trapped in this hole forever.
Finally, the hole was dark, and the Muppets couldn't see even their hands before their faces. Was this to be the fate of the Muppets??
What WILL be their fate? CHOOSE CAREFULLY!! The story could end here if the wrong choice is made:
1 or 2 or 3
Fozzie: WOW! That narrator guy wasn't kidding when he said it would get more dangerous the closer we got to Emerald City!!
Scooter: Animal! Get off my foot!
You mean option 2 from what I just posted? Or, are you playing because you wanted to retract to option 2 from earlier?
The option thing, 1 2 or 3. I choose 2!
Is this your final answer?
Yes....I'm so nervous...ah!
And so it was done.
Apparently, the Eastern Witch in all her evil knowledge had learned of The Muppets and their plight to save Oz from her tyrannical rule, and knew that the only way to stop them was to dispose of them.
Having done so, in a land where no one really dies, the Eastern Witch put a spell on the road before the Muppets arrived there, and had the earth swallow them up where they would vanish from Oz and end up back at their home, and the Eastern Witch's rule over the once beautiful and magical land of Oz would lay waste to those dreams and fantasies that we all have of going somewhere over the rainbow...and now, into the nightmarish Land of the Eastern Witch.
So ends this story of the plights of the Muppets in Oz.
Option 1 was to find a tunnel which would lead right to the Emerald City Palace.
Option 3 was a Munchkin who would dig in and help the Muppets back to the Yellow Brick Road.
The Muppets ultimately would have ended up (had the correct options been chosen) in the Palace where they would have had to battle some guards, and then find the Magic Book over a fiery pit and have to determine how to get it to fall into the pit, restore the beauty to Oz, become heroes, and then get swept away to their home.
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