Board Writing :: Redead :: Comments
- MadGoblin, Oct 22, 2006 14:43
Yet another "Out on a whim" story o' mine, this one actually having been thought of years ago.
It's pretty open right now. I figured either Jethro could run around or his friends could be introduced next, probably in the same fashion as he was being from the point of the broadcast and their introduction reaction and such forth.
Or, it will rot on a cob-webby shelf. Either/or! Reply
- Blade, Jun 10, 2007 08:33
Re: In General
f*** yeah! I love it! I'll definately try to make an addition in aproximately 4 days from now once my exams finish :D Reply
- MadGoblin, Jun 10, 2007 10:45
What the- Care-age?
Man, was this unexpected. I mean, did people just read this story? Two comments in the same day. Freaky.
Funny that it was suppose to be a Halloween to X-mas story, and it gets focus in the summer. Not that I'm complaining. Add away! Revive, rejuvenate, and recycle! Wait, that's not the three re-'s at all...
The funny thing is that I forgot that I even posted this, let alone remember what happens in it >_> <_<
Hooray for returning interest, nonetheless! Reply
- Blade, Jun 12, 2007 02:32
Re: What the- Care-age?
It said new, therefore 'shiny'...I loved the descriptions, particularly the cheese-dust...mmmmm Reply
- MintMan, Jun 12, 2007 08:19
Re: Re: What the- Care-age?
This is promising, tho'. It just goes to show that even after a year collecting non-cheese dust, stories can make comebacks.
I always wondered why this thing wasn't more popular to begin with. I mean, non-serious zombie/alien romp? I'da thought RE woulda jumped on that. It wasn't even posted in a REWS drought or anythin'. Reply
- boyachi, Jun 10, 2007 03:13
What are the limits to reanimation? Just human? How long dead is too long to be reanimated? Reply
- MadGoblin, Jun 10, 2007 10:50
Living Dead Rules, I'd Think
I'm pretty sure that the standard horror movie rules would apply. It's not magic that's making the dead walk, it's science. Thusly, there won't be walkin' skeletons as those have no muscles. Typically, they'd have to have the ability and anatomy to be mobile, so, no, famous historic figures or cave men shouldn't be walking out of their graves to incite rampages. Animals seem like fair game. I didn't even think of that interesting twist. Rock that junk, should you want. Reply