Part 44: Challenge 4 Results
In first place, unsurprisingly, is Doomfunk, who remains really awesome and worth giving money to. I'll settle for giving him 3 points.
the welding mask is so huge because some retard made humanity's largest welding mask with the scrap metal from the Mephistopheles
the year is like 2728 or something
Trilby is there for... reasons
e: oh nearly forgot
Tall Man: "I JUST WANTED TO RIDE YOUR WAAAAAAAKE"
Trilby: "I JUST WANTED TO PICK UP THE PAAAAACE"
In second place, creating a game which I would love to play and getting 2 points, is Unsupervised Horse. I think there's a market for submarine opera.
Unsupervised Horse posted:
In Milan, Italy, a mysterious parcel containing a strange wooden idol is accidentally delivered to the world famous La Scala opera house, where it is discovered by a young tenor preparing for the role of Canio in a new production of "Pagliacci". He is immediately possessed by the murderous spirit of John Defoe, who realises he has found the perfect outlet for his pent-up pain and misery. Over the ten days leading up to the opening night John Defoe must control his murderous impulses, learn lots of words that aren't "grrr!" or "argh!", and somehow convince the director to incorporate a welding mask into the production. Will the crowd at La Scala give poor John the love he's always craved, or will the streets of Milan run red with their blood?
Discover the answers to these questions and more in 10 Days a Tenor, the latest installment in the award-winning Chzo Mythos.
In third place, outlining a fantastic piece of Oscar Bait, is Broad Squad GO with 1 point.
Broad Squad GO posted:
IN THE GROUNDBREAKING THIRD INSTALLMENT OF THE CHZO MYTHOS...
SEE THE MEETING THAT CHANGED EVERYTHING.
Little Matthew DeFoe has just discovered that surprises can lurk in every corner. All you have to do is listen...
Join us for a heartwarming tale of a young boy's efforts to form a bond that transcends language barriers, mental ability, and several inches of oak. You'll laugh! You'll cry! You'll... stand around talking to a fucking door.
(Special edition includes bonus paint-by-numbers minigame.)
Roseweed's reality show and subsequent editing of said reality show gets an honorable mention.
Challenge 5: Trilby is marginally less succinct than I am, spending a lot of time describing utterly mundane or obvious things under entirely inappropriate circumstances. By Monday evening (tomorrow), write either a lost note or, if you're feeling really daring, a lost letter of Trilby's demonstrating his tendency to describe everyday occurrences as verbosely as possible. No maximum length.