|brat_wonder (brat_wonder) wrote in earth12_ooc,|
@ 2009-06-20 22:15:00
|Entry tags:||episode guide|
Earth 12 Episode Guide, part 5
Episode 7, part 2: Found and Lost.
Dick found his old loft in Gotham, but not what he was really looking for.
Ishida and Aizen found themselves in a new world.
Supergirl helped the Justice League discover the internet.
And Babs Gordon rediscovered a universal truth.
Delirium found The Riddler and then promptly lost him again, except for how he'll always be able to find her. He's one of hers, after all.
Meanwhile, we lost Kitten and Hiro, but sadly everyone who cares was either already kidnapped or already investigating. Those in the former group managed to find each other in a sometimes-tearful reunion. Lobsang and Robin found Batman. A Batman. A cool one.
And the Nightwings found Two-Face, or vice versa perhaps.
Back at the ranch, Delirium found Alfred. Nonplussed expressions abounded.
And because he just has to be different, Roy Harper got lost.
Buffy found a job. Ishida started looking. And Remilia simply found us.
After whatever happens, happens, Timmy will be back in the cave, waiting to be found. The newspaper has a few new juicy tidbits found on the internets!
... And Ringo lost her 4.0. Poor Ringo.
I have a proposal to submit, my fellow forum enthusiasts. Should there perhaps be an agreed-upon cutoff point for late tags, past which the tag-ee need not concern him or herself with the decision of the tagger? A long cutoff point, yes; a week or two weeks, perhaps. But some manner of failsafe against the full game lagging, pulled down by the pace of logs long past. After this length of time the tag-ee would be forgiven in assuming the log ended in some reasonable manner, and go on to other pursuits, should they so desire. Of course, the log could be active thereafter.
It's frustrating to see so many tied up in logs that are considered binding. If our kidnappees will forgive the turn of phrase.
I also have a question, for new players and old: what do you want to DO? Right now. With your muses. What manner of scene, what style, what setting, to what purpose would you most like to write?
Lay it on me, chums. And on each other.