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rdhay
Posted: December 5th, 2011, 10:21pm Report to Moderator
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Haha, loved the ending:p

Good job guys!
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Quoted from mcornetto
An excellent ending to what was a fun little game.  Thanks Brett, our new Master Killer.

I hope everyone learned something and had fun.

Cheers!


I second the thank you to Brett. Nicely done, my friend. Loved seeing those corpses at the table.   Very very fitting.

My biggest joy in all of this was working with the letters. Loved that! But I know I'm the odd one out on that that idea.

My biggest hurt and sadness and it still remains:

Is the fact that my post was rejected. I truly believe that it was more than worthy and really solid. My Female Attendant wasn't any less of a character than the Chef or the Engineer which I also loved.

I wish I could have made Brett's character come to life in a "change" as I had written. It would have been such a blast. And his character deserved it.

Anyways, lots of life in some of these posts that I appreciated. Even if I can't nail 'em, I sure know how ta spot 'em!!! Y'all better be intense and shakin' and all that 'cause if you're not, then you're not doin' your job!!! But those that are, you know who you are. Props and kudos and all that.  

Sandra



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darrentomalin
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NIce work everyone, that was fun - tricky but fun.
Loved the little explanations for each character, couldn't have been easy.
Also, I haven't checked, but it dawned on me how tricky it would be to write the last entry, especially cos the master killer had to have had an accomplice or other trickery to commit some of the killings.
suspension of disbelief is a bigger killer.

argghhh - I was a pervert!!! I well deserved the bog-wash then.


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This was fun. The story took a lot of turns as always. Congrats everyone.

Gabe
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Good ending, was a fun and exciting experience. I hope to participate in another soon.
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Glad folks like the ending. This is my first mass murder.

I thought it would be nice to revisit everyone that played.
Even though I knew it would make for a fairly lengthy post.

I was hoping folks would dig all the back stories and bodies in the dining car.
Not to mention is was a convenient way to get everyone's corpse some screen time.

Couldn't pass up the chance to throw a few more digs at tinsel town too.
And one more over the top jump the shark death spectacle!

Thanks Michael for keeping us all on track. It was a hoot.

Regards,
Master Killer.

P.S. Michael, can I please have a Simply Script mug now?


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Going to read it now. Great fun people!  








Finishing up CW today, btw.  


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Now THAT'S how you make an exit! Great job, oh Master Killer.

Flare gun to the face. Holy crap. A flare gun. To the face. Freakin' awesome.


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Now THAT'S how you make an exit! Great job, oh Master Killer.

Flare gun to the face. Holy crap. A flare gun. To the face. Freakin' awesome.


Hey Rene!

I'm relieved to hear that, seriously.
I wasn't sure for a while how I wanted it to go while I was writing it.
Even when you were sawing through the tape with the shard. No clue.
But when the mug joke occurred to me, I knew what had to happen.

I wanted to give you a good exit, since I was writing my own victory.
Of course, that victory was hollow with the "loss" of my Simply Scripts mug.

Regards,
E.D.



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Mr. Blonde
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I finally got a free moment to read this and thought it was good times, Brett. The flare was a very nice touch and you managed to end it on a comedic note AND without flying into the sky. Good times and congratulations on not dying. =)


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