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Default 11-21-2009, 07:14 PM

Rules.

1. This is a private RP. The only people allowed to join are myself, Sarah and Wolfie. Please do not spam in here or ask to join.

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No character profiles; introduce one or more of your characters in your intro. You must have a ghost connected to every living character who enters the pyramid.

3. As always, RPG forum rules apply.

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The made for TV film, created just in time for Halloween, was short yet compelling. It racked up more viewers than any other Halloween programme did, and for good reason. Its events were based on solid cold fact; this was no run of the mill ghost story. And yet, there were certain aspects which were glossed over. The story was of a pyramid set within a village in the middle of a desert, with a tragedy in three parts playing within its walls. Of course, the producers did not believe in the ghosts at all and neither did most of the viewers. It was just something to watch on Halloween and shiver pleasurably over. At the end of the movie, however, was a competition. Anyone who wished to enter was to write the answers to the five questions on the screen and send in their entry to the address given out below, by the end of November. The winner would be picked from a hat and would win a fitting prize; a trip to the Pyramid Of Dolls itself, along with as many people as they cared to take with them, for a whole month. They'd also be given supplies, and more would be delivered every week by helecopter.

Rian Emerald was sprawled on the sofa watching the film. He was fairly tall, with messy black hair and green eyes. He was watching the film mainly cuz there wasn't anything else on that was worth watching; a cheesy horror movie 11th sequel on one side, a documentary on another, and the news on the final channel. Rian didn't believe that the stories were based on truth for a minute; but he had to admit that it was a good film, well acted and the stories were convincing. Well, convincing for made up rubbish anyway, he thought. When it came to the competition, he rolled his eyes. "Who in their right mind would want to stay in that dump for a month?"


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