“It’s awfully sad,” whimpered Max. “I’m starting to regret running away to play with the wild things in the forest.”
Hohopossum sniffled and agreed, “I don’t like this story. I don’t see how it can have a happy ending. I’m frightfully anxious! Do you think these cookies will help?”
The buff boy in the Pan costume raised an eyebrow as he examined the sand cookies. “Dude, we’re totally boned!”
Skipper looked at his marbles. Their glimmering reminded him of something. “Wait! You remember what Wendy used to say?”
Wendall—who I am sorry to report had just barfed all over his shirt after seeing Goat Boy eaten—wiped his mouth and smiled. “Oh yeah! If you knew how great is a mother’s love, you would have no fear. We still have a Mother! She’ll protect us! It’s only fair!”
The others hollered in agreement. They had forgotten the Mother that Peter had given them. How silly of them! Feeling much better, they retired to their trees. Unfortunately, the Lost Children did not know that life was very often not fair at all. Sleeping the chaos of the day away near one of the other Lost Children, Beast Boy woke with a start when he smelled an unfamiliar scent. He heard a low, ominous whispering in his ear.
“If you want to live, just grow up! It’s not THAT hard. Come on, you know you want to!”
Beast Boy was horrified at the unfairness of this situation. He could not grow up, this was Neverland! The Lost Child in the sleeping bag nearby could only stare, horrified. Every child is affected thus the first time he is treated unfairly. All he thinks he has a right to when he comes to you to be yours is fairness. After you have been unfair to him he will love you again, but he will never afterwards be quite the same boy. No one ever gets over the first unfairness; no one except Peter. Perhaps Beast Boy was lucky that he didn’t have to live with this feeling long. He quickly became the Crocodile’s midnight snack.
Beast Boy is dead. He was a LOST CHILD (TOWN)
Neverland was dark, gloomy, and filled with rain the next day. The Lost Children wondered…had Peter set them up?
14 9 Lost Children (Vanilla Town)
1 Mother (Town Jailkeeper)
1 Inspector (Town Cop)
3 4 Adults (Vanilla Wolves)
1 Tinker Bell (Serial Killer)
A word of caution: It is quite impossible to say how time does wear on in the Neverland, where it is calculated by moons and suns, and there are ever so many more of them than on the mainland. Some days might be shorter than others, and because of Peter’s strong imagination things that were impossible before have now become possible. I would not be a bit surprised if one of the Lost Children woke up one morning to find that they have grown up!
The rules are fairly simple. Which is why your narrator is not repeating them anymore. See previous days for the unabridged rules.
Please note that you will need to make a handful of game-related comments per Day (three to six at least). Your humble narrator has been told that Peter feels very sad and angry when people don’t play, so you will become the Crocodile’s lunch if you don’t participate. Roleplaying is encouraged but not required.
NO EDITING OR DELETING for any reason, including typos.
Directly quoting or screenshotting QT is not allowed.
Remember to have fun! This is a game of murder, but it is still just a game. 🙂
- Flubfinity Guntlet (Wendall Borton)
- The Hayes Code (Molly Hayes)
- April Ludgate-Karate-Dwyer (Ralph Wiggum)
- sic humor (Piggy)
- MacCrocodile (A Crocodile! Rawr!)
- ThoughtsThoughtsThoughts (Vincent Adultman)
- E-Wolf (Adorable Wolf) TOWN
- Captain Video (Pippin Velour)
- the god king snugglewumps (Wednesday Addams)
- Disgruntled Goat (Goat Boy) TOWN
- forget_it_jake (Curly Sue)
- Capt.LindsayFunke (Onion)
- Doctor Nick (Skipper O’lou)
- Nerfsoft (Max)
- spookyfriend (Angus McDonald) TOWN
- RiverSong (Beast Boy) TOWN
- MockCrocodile (Turtle Crocodile Child)
- hohodor (Hohopossum)
- subsaharan (Boy in Pan Costume)
- Owen1120 (Jolly Thud Butt) TOWN COP
- Colonel Mustard
You have until Wednesday, 4:00 PM Central to decide who to feed to the Crocodile.