Anyways the rules are:
1. Suggest something.
2. Don't cheat
So yeah, suggest any action at all. If you want it to be picked make sure it's relevant and progresses the story. Also, make sure that you are suggesting an action for the character to attempt, rather than an action happening to the character or an outcome. This all goes under the "don't cheat" rule, but I figured I should be a bit more explicit.
Here we go!
Narrator wrote:Once upon a time, there was this sorta stupid looking spider thing that lived in this, like, hole.
Okay, go. I'm gonna go nice and slow with this so I don't go crazy drawing 5 panels per action like I normally do.
Narrator and Lord Retard wrote: One day the stupid little spider thing decided it was high time he double-checked his paperwork as he didn't want to be found with his W-2's missing their partner X-409's. Everything seemed to check out.
Narrator wrote: But then the stupid little spider thing, in his utmost stupidness, slowly realized that he didn't know how to read, and he didn't own a stereotypical green accountant visor.
Narrator and Mountainmage wrote: The stupid little spider, fed up with his lack of a blackjack/accountant visor, got a stupid little idea. He decided that he was going to finally leave the hole. This was surely a momentous occasion in this little twerp's stupid and pitiful life, even if it was only to peek out and survey his surroundings. What the spider-thing found was not a glorious green landfill full of discarded blackjack/accountant visors, but a thick fog stretching as far as his retarded non-spider like eyes could see.
Narrator and Edminster wrote: Eventually, and by eventually I mean 2 hours later, the shock of no visors finally sunk in and the stupid spider thing's pea brain, unable to handle such a massive load of information, subsequently broke. The spider thing found himself giving into his existential angst caused by a green visor-less world.
Narrator wrote: And then, to top off his stupidity, he fell
Narrator wrote:But before I can tell you that story, I must tell you this story
Narrator wrote:About a man who is currently being LAZY and SLEEPING when he should be ON HIS SHIFT!
Narrator and Ahmet and Edminster wrote:And so the man, having slept for at least 3 hours, wakes up and does what every man naturally does when he wakes up.
He says hello to his morningwood, his beautiful sword that was passed down to him by his father.
Narrator and MoutainMage wrote:The man had the tummy grumblies and he knew the cure. He made breakfast, which consisted of yellow and mush.
Narrator wrote:He finished it all up and stared at the lovely image imprinted on his favorite plate.
Narrator and MoutainMage wrote:Just then a a breeze blew in. Winter's dying breath reached through his home and punched him in the nads. It was then that his brain reminded him to put some clothes on already! So he went to his very full wardrobe and opened it up...
Narrator wrote:...revealing a very empty wardrobe, save for his gloves, a note, and a wire hanger.
Narrator wrote:Now I don't exactly know how to read but I imagine, because of how the rest of this story goes, that the note read something like this...
Narrator wrote:And thusly, after having read the note probably around 4-9 times, the man was left confused, bewildered, perplexed, and naked.
Narrator and Ahmet wrote:But the man, though affected by many statuses that would cripple any lesser being, was unbalked by this turn of events. He was a quick thinker, and knew just the thing to cure his nudity! Fashioning a cape out of his blanket!
Narrator and MountainMage wrote:Soon, though, the man realized that, though pleasing, a cape-blanket was not exactly ideal for protecting one's genitals from the shriveling breezes that so often blow through these lands, so he started out his door to see if there were any clothes outside, but what he was met with was not clothes but...
Narrator wrote:...A peaceful creature, reminiscent of your world's rhinos, excluding their tumultuous temper...
Fix'dNarrator wrote:...A peaceful creature, reminiscent of your world's rhinos, INcluding their tumultuous temper...
Narrator wrote:And now the beast is raring to charge, what ever shall our hero do!?