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OCSophont
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You are someone, but you're not really sure who right now.

 

You woke up in this room with no knowledge of how you got there, or what the room is. You have some vague memories of the past, but they're clouded, as if trying to remember a dream.

 

The room is decorated in spring green. There is a bed and a computer in here, as well as two doors. Notably, there are no windows.

 

What do you do?

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September 3, 2015 at 7:03 PM Flag Quote & Reply

Komit
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Switch on/look at (depending whether it's already on or not) the computer and check what my username is.

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Komit - can we really say that these words Kount?

September 4, 2015 at 5:58 PM Flag Quote & Reply

OCSophont
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You walk over to the computer, on the way realising that your spring green (someone obviously liked spring green here) pyjamas are slightly too small, enough to vaguely bother you without being obstructive. The computer is already on, and has a desktop background of an annoying smirking face. The time set on the computer is 1900-01-01, which was apparently a Monday.

 

Your favourite web browser, Jx, is already on the desktop, although whoever used this computer last seems to have renamed it to “Fvirefox”. You fix the typo, but otherwise leave it as it is, because it's pretty funny.

 

Jx loads up two subwindows: one is the default Jx homepage, the Alphabet search engine built in, and the other being the homepage of Komit: Words that Kount. One is distinctly nicer looking than the other, and anyone with a passing familarity with Komit knows which.

 

You're not logged on on Komit, the knowledge of which gives you a sudden urge to check out the Ocle 10 username that the computer's logged on under. It's “8”, which is unhelpful.

 

You decide to try to log onto Komit. Maybe Jx will remember 8's password. You press “Login”, and the site crashes. You refresh, and the form is filled out, “Project_Spider” in the username field and “••••••••” in the password. You log in, and have one private message.

 

You're beginning to catch a spider motif going on in this person's computer habits.

 

What do you do?

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September 4, 2015 at 6:54 PM Flag Quote & Reply

Komit
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Posts: 11

I look through Project_Spider's internet history and Komit post history.

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Komit - can we really say that these words Kount?

September 5, 2015 at 6:36 AM Flag Quote & Reply

OCSophont
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Well, quoth a great wordsmith, YOU ARE THE [FEMALE]. I'M CALLING [HER] YOU FOR SOME REASON. THAT IS HOW THIS IDIOTIC ADVENTURE GOES USUALLY. THE GUY IN THE [TEXT]. THAT'S YOU. CONFUSED YET?? HA HA. IT ONLY GOES DOWN HILL FROM HERE. PREPARE TO BE FRUSTRATED AND ANGRY. AS MORE THINGS HAPPEN.

Anyway,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You look through the computer's internet history, and find that is empty, save for the sites you have visited just then, and a photograph of a weird-looking squid, viewed about three hours ago. Project_Spider's Komit post history is also empty, and you notice that the account was made today, though the computer thinks that it's the first of January 1900 so that might not mean anything. There's also still that one Komit notification.


What do you do?

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September 5, 2015 at 10:22 AM Flag Quote & Reply

Komit
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Posts: 11

I click on that Komit notification.

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Komit - can we really say that these words Kount?

September 8, 2015 at 2:43 PM Flag Quote & Reply

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