LNH/SW10: Just Another Multi-Writer Cascade That Will Probably Never Have an Ending #10: "Good Duck!"
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Sat Jun 21 22:20:23 PDT 2014
On 6/21/2014 10:18 PM, Scott Eiler wrote:
> LNH/SW10: Just Another Multi-Writer Cascade That Will Probably Never Have an
> Ending #10: "Good Duck!"
> The animals were *just* a rabbit and a duck. They were a *large* black-furred
> rabbit and a *large* duck. But they were not a rabbit and a duck with
> super-animal powers. Or even hands to hold cubes with. They were *just* a
> rabbit and a duck. Among lots of rhododendrons. And two cubes.
Ooooooh. <3 Very nice.
> And two monster bees, pollinating.
> The poor duck was once a cyborg *demon* duck. Its demon powers were gone.
> But it still had a cyborg speech implant!
Hah! Nice. (Is the demon still there, sealed, or is it gone?)
> The nearby rabbit heard the duck. It looked up. It looked back at itself.
> Then it squeaked in rabbit laughter, and rolled over and over.
> The duck cursed again. "Aww, %$#@! They're monster bees *and* they have
> their own @%&!ing *warehouse!* And I got no Kube!"
HOW will Psychovant stop the Swarm? IS he a duck out of luck? WILL Atomic
Rabbit's overload of Drama bring an amazing end to the tale of the Monster Bees!?
> This was no longer a super-duck, but it was still a very *special* duck.
> Besides its cyborg speech engine, it had a very special tracking device.
> Far, far away, someone was watching it. She picked up a phone and said,
> The woman's boss was in charge of all sensors being tracked. He knew how
> special this duck was too. He said, "Escalate."
> This man's boss wasn't really his boss. She was a consultant. But she cared
> about all animals, even if they had sensors. She said, "I'd better tell the
> *Her* boss wasn't really her boss. He was a Chancellor, which was hard work.
> She just wanted to help him.
I quite like this quasi-poetic style.
> "Hmmm..." Wyatt looked at computer screens. His voice rose in disbelief.
> "*Atomic Bunny!* *That's* what Psychovant found beyond! He brought it back,
> and it's depowered!
I *wondered* if they could see as far as the Tooniverse; it seems conceptually
out of their league.
> "I call our allies. The retrieval mission just became Council Priority One.
> *Then* we figure out what Atomic Bunny has to do with what's breaking the
DUN DUN DUNNNNN
Also, I note that he was called "Atomic Rabbit" in Adrian's and my issues...
but that, in the comics, he started off as "Rabbit" and became "Bunny" later
on. So you're 100% on-the-mark! <3
> This is what I get for trying to resolve other people's plotlines. Now I get
> to resolve my own. And now that I've finished plotting Powernaut 1969, I have
> some spare processing cycles to do this.
MWAHAHAHA. Another effect of my status as the mortal form of the God of
Plotlines Changing Midway!
> Psychovant the Duck may return to the LNH plotline, but for now he has left
> the building. Please check with me if you would like to drag him back. I
> won't object, but I can give you some travel guides to where you'll have to
> fetch him from.
> Atomic Bunny / Atomic Rabbit is an old Charlton Comics character but is now
> public domain. Lalo Martins gets credit for tossing him into this plot line.
Actually, that was Adrian.
> Andrew Perron gets credit for where he's ended up. (*My* idea was a biology
> lab in Power City 1955.)
Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, man I love this cascade
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