The first AIPD Battle Royale commences! From the thousands of worlds the AIPD empire controls, eight tributes are selected, and forced to battle to the death. The eight contestants gather around the middle of the tower, where food, weapons, and other provisions are piled. A holographic display, featuring Overlord Jason.
“Hihoweweh.” He says to the eight contestants. “You will each select your weapon by pulling out a golden ticket at random. Each one of you has been hand selected for this challenge. We have gathered the most powerful warriors from all across the galaxy. Your task is simple: kill each other. You don’t need to worry about the rules – we’re all just here to enjoy the show. I’m sure most of you will be killed in the process, but that’s how it works when you put the best warriors together in one place. Now get going!”
The battle commences!
Some contestants attempt to fight for the supplies, while some run away from the tower, trying to get some distance from the other tributes. One contestant manages to escape with some supplies into the forest, setting themselves on the path to surviving this deadly game: Deedee Megadoodoo. Having survived their first encounter, they start planning alone how to survive:
You are Peter Party, a guy who runs a party supplies store. You mainly sell birthday party items. One day, you go into your store and see that the items have been broken apart. Somebody ruined your entire store! You look around for evidence and find a wallet that belongs to Jason from AIPD. You call Officer Cory and tell him what happened.
Niko the kobold stalked carefully down the alley, his small scaly figure obscured by a dusky cloak that fluttered lightly in the cold winter breeze. Holding up his tail to keep it from dragging in the dirty snow that covered the cobblestone, he waited patiently for the butcher to turn his attention from his stall so that he could pilfer his next meal: a tender-looking
“In a world where the gods have been banished, mankind has forgotten how to live. In this land of darkness and shame, there is only one man who can save us from our own destruction.”
Into that silence, I spoke. “I am that man,” I said. “And I will go anywhere, do anything, to stop the madness.”
I mustered up a smile for the crowd. “Will you help me?”
The people nodded in unison.
“Then let’s begin.”