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You're The Star Of The Story!
StraightziI love thee, I'm charm'd by thy beauty, dear boy!And if thou'rt unwilling, then force I'll employ.Registered Userregular
And while I've already run it through myself, and once with my friends, it claims to have forty two different endings
So let's try to get to one of them!
I will warn you that this is not some boring sea adventure, no, it involves like aliens and Atlantis and shit
And that's just from the two runs I've done so far
So let's start:
You are an underwater explorer. You are leaving to explore the deepest oceans. You must find the lost city of Atlantis. This is your most challenging assignment.
It is morning and the sun pushes up on the horizon. The sea is calm. You climb into the narrow pilot's compartment of the underwater vessel Seeker with your special gear. The crew of the research vessel Maray screws down the hatch clamps. Now begins the plunge into the depths of the ocean. The [strike]Seeker[/strike]Maray crew begins by lowering a strong, but thin cable. Within minutes, you are so deep in the ocean that little light filters down to you. The silence is eerie as the Seeker slips deeper and deeper. You peer out the thick glass porthole and see fish drifting past, sometimes stopping to look at you- an intruder from another world.
Now the cable attaching you to Maray is extended almost to its limit. You have come to rest on a ledge near the canyon in the ocean floor that supposedly leads to the lost city of Atlantis.
You have a special sea suit that will protect you from the intense pressure of the deep if you choose to walk about on the sea bottom. You can cut loose from the cable if you wish because the Seeker is self-propelled. You are now in another world.
Do you: A. Decide to explore the ledge where the Seeker has come to rest?
or B. Decide to cut loose from the Maray and dive with the Seeker into the canyon in the ocean floor?