Mr. B Natural danced and pranced along the corridor (having been ejected from the movie for excessive baton-twirling.) “Music, music, la la la! Tweedley-dee!” she sang merrily, tossing the baton from hand to hand. “Oh look! There’s someone else who’s … Continue reading Warwilf 87: Mystery Violence Theater 3000 – Day 6
It was Christmastime! No need to be afraid. On Christmastime, we let in light and we banish shade. And that’s exactly what jolly old Santa Claus did, as he made his way from cabin to cabin, munching on cookies, drinking … Continue reading Warwilf 87: Mystery Violence Theater 3000 – Day 5
The can of Hamdingers rolled through the ship, searching for more clues. The Rebels were on the ropes now. If only it could find just one more of them… It rolled into cabin after cabin, looking for anything suspicious. So … Continue reading Warwilf 87: Mystery Violence Theater 3000 – Day 4
Dante stalked through the bowels of the Satellite of Love, which looked surprisingly like a cement factory, his trusty guns at the ready as he kept his eyes peeled for supernatural foes. Who knew what sort of demons lurked in … Continue reading Warwilf 87: Mystery Violence Theater 3000 – Day 3
Partway through the movie, one of the test subjects was tapped on the shoulder. “Psst! Follow me. I think you’ll want to hear what I have to say.” Puzzled, the test subject slipped out of the theater and allowed themselves … Continue reading Warwilf 87: Mystery Violence Theater 3000 – Day 2
Somewhere in outer space, a crew of space travelers was waking from coolosleep. That’s like cryosleep, except instead of fancy freezing chambers or stasis pods, you just turn the air conditioning down as low at it can go and maybe … Continue reading Warwilf 87: Mystery Violence Theater 3000 – Day 1
Welcome to Warwilf 87: Mystery Violence Theater 3000, with your host, The Hayes Code! In this game, you’ll take on the role of a humble temp kidnapped and forced to watch movies at the behest of an evil scientist. Many … Continue reading Warwilf 87: Mystery Violence Theater 3000 – Signups!
Welcome to Week 4 of Exquisite Corpse! I’m the Hayes Code and this is my chapter! (Go here to start from the beginning!) Let’s get this corpse a-shamblin’! PREVIOUSLY, ON THE NUMA LEGACY: The Senate would have to decide the … Continue reading The Exquisite Corpse of Ava Cotto: Part 4
By Lorelei E. D. Underforth, with oversight by M_____ CHAPTER THE SECOND: THE DREADFUL MODERN METHOD Containing within many state capitols of absolutely no importance (My dear readers, you may direct your electro-telegraphs to these coordinates to read an account … Continue reading The Black Mosquito: Chapter Two
INDEFATIGABLE! or THE ASTOUNDING BIRTH, IMPRESSIVE CAREER, SHOCKING DEATH, AND AMAZING TURNING-OUT-TO-HAVE-BEEN-ALIVE-THE-WHOLE-TIMEFULNESS of the LEGENDARY ADVENTURER known only as THE BLACK MOSQUITO, who is both THE GREATEST THIEF OF ALL TIME and also a STAGGERINGLY BEAUTIFUL LADY and is also … Continue reading The Black Mosquito
The Hayes Code here reporting on our group’s latest adventures! This writeup is by Smilla, our dwarven cleric and token non-Avocado party member. “The party has found a winning strategy: failing upwards. After finally taking out the straggle of goblins … Continue reading D&D Inaugural Campaigns: Into the Goblin Cave!
The Hayes Code here! I have been a D&D fan for years, but I almost never get to play. It’s just so difficult to get an in-person group together (especially when you live in the hinterlands of Wisconsin!) It struck … Continue reading D&D, anyone?
(By The Hayes Code. Originally published in FLABBERGASTING TALES OF SHOCK ENGINEERING, Vol. 2, no. 8, April, 1951) Continue reading Moonputer!