Yeah? What's it to ya?

I'm Turbo from Turbo Time II (1991). I'm *STILL* Turbo-tastic!
(The Story Thus Far)
Lets just say I’m in a bit of trouble. In my adventures in heading to the arcade basement, I accidentally unleashed this viral glitch on everyone in the GCS. At the same time, I’ve become a glitch myself. I’m not only allergic to other glitches like Vanellope, but I have this freaky phasing thing that I do that I have ZERO control over. If it happens, it happens. Right now, I’m doing the best job I can at trying to keep this one a secret because I still want to race as though this wasn’t a part of my life. I can’t live without racing!
Oh yeah, HERE’S the big kicker - the glitch who changed me in to this is still out there. And it gets worse. It has the ability to take away character powers leaving sprites powerless along with absorbing a piece of that character’s personality. In doing that, it’s trying to become a solid physical sprite instead of this dark cloudy blob I saw in the basement. Creepy stuff! But I’m NOT supposed to know about this because, well, I’m breaking the 4th wall by doing this and reading ahead of my script and my mun is giving me angry glares for doing this.
So here’s where you come in:
Since we have that glitch sneaking around, the mun says we need to start moving our antagonists. That means we need characters who don’t mind being victims within the context of Kill Screen. That means anything tagged “Kill Screen” is within the storyline. Anything outside of that means you can have your powers and things back as though Kill Screen didn’t happen. Anything within Kill Screen, you won’t have your powers when you’re acting within the plot.
Kill Screen comes in a few portions:
- The Radio Drama
This is the part you’ve been hearing up until this point. It’s like a cinematic. It’s there to provide you with hints and plot related clues. Don’t have to be a voice actor to participate. You can stick to writing scripts if you wish and finding a voice actor for your character. Eventually, all the radio drama segments should string together in one linear story. It’s sorta its’ own thing.
- Artwork
This can literally be anything from a comic, to story boarding excersize to anything really. Anyone can participate in that! All you need is just a little plot and well… you get the picture. 
- Written/Reblogs
This can be RPs, drabbles, multichapter fics-a-thons. Whatever you see fit. Once again, anyone can participate in this as well.
The end goal?
Creating an epic story telling experience!
Any questions or comments? Feel free to leave a message. I don’t usually bite.

(The Story Thus Far)

Lets just say I’m in a bit of trouble. In my adventures in heading to the arcade basement, I accidentally unleashed this viral glitch on everyone in the GCS. At the same time, I’ve become a glitch myself. I’m not only allergic to other glitches like Vanellope, but I have this freaky phasing thing that I do that I have ZERO control over. If it happens, it happens. Right now, I’m doing the best job I can at trying to keep this one a secret because I still want to race as though this wasn’t a part of my life. I can’t live without racing!

Oh yeah, HERE’S the big kicker - the glitch who changed me in to this is still out there. And it gets worse. It has the ability to take away character powers leaving sprites powerless along with absorbing a piece of that character’s personality. In doing that, it’s trying to become a solid physical sprite instead of this dark cloudy blob I saw in the basement. Creepy stuff! But I’m NOT supposed to know about this because, well, I’m breaking the 4th wall by doing this and reading ahead of my script and my mun is giving me angry glares for doing this.

So here’s where you come in:

Since we have that glitch sneaking around, the mun says we need to start moving our antagonists. That means we need characters who don’t mind being victims within the context of Kill Screen. That means anything tagged “Kill Screen” is within the storyline. Anything outside of that means you can have your powers and things back as though Kill Screen didn’t happen. Anything within Kill Screen, you won’t have your powers when you’re acting within the plot.

Kill Screen comes in a few portions:

- The Radio Drama

This is the part you’ve been hearing up until this point. It’s like a cinematic. It’s there to provide you with hints and plot related clues. Don’t have to be a voice actor to participate. You can stick to writing scripts if you wish and finding a voice actor for your character. Eventually, all the radio drama segments should string together in one linear story. It’s sorta its’ own thing.

- Artwork

This can literally be anything from a comic, to story boarding excersize to anything really. Anyone can participate in that! All you need is just a little plot and well… you get the picture. 

- Written/Reblogs

This can be RPs, drabbles, multichapter fics-a-thons. Whatever you see fit. Once again, anyone can participate in this as well.

The end goal?

Creating an epic story telling experience!

Any questions or comments? Feel free to leave a message. I don’t usually bite.

1 year ago on January 22nd | J | 8 notes