The next installment of the mysterious, and thrilling Zombie Apoc series. Welcome to CYOA Episode 9.
About this creation
Be prepared for some reading.
Dialogue that corresponds to the picture can be found under it.
Bob Mason- You guys coming?
Tom- Ya, Milk is around here somewhere. Tell me, why does your clock say 12:01? It can’t be midnight already.
Bob Mason- The power flickered again.
Milk Damea- You have him retrained yet?
Bob Mason- Yes, I have him chained to the pipes.
*Milk Damea follows Bob Mason (commonly referred to as Paperweight) down into the basement, while Tom brings up the rear.*
Bob Mason- I got him right over there. By the way, thanks for breaking into my house, and demanding that I cooperate.
Tom- Hey, we have guns. You only have a pipe.
Bob Mason- Touché.
Milk Damea- May I use your generator?
Bob Mason- Sure, but… why do you need it?
Milk Damea- Cooperation.
Shadow Leader- You better let me out of this, my people WILL find me. Who are you anyway? You voice is fam-
*Milk Damea interrupts the Shadow Leader.*
Milk Damea- Quiet, I’m asking the questions.
Shadow Leader- Go ahead, if it makes you feel better. You won’t get any info from me, I’ve been trained.
Milk Damea- Noted.
*Milk Damea removes the generators cable from its holster, and attachés it to the chains surrounding the Shadow Leader.*
Milk Damea- Here’s how this works; I’ll ask a question, and if I don’t get an answer I like or don’t get one at all, you get shocked.
Tom- Whoo! Isn’t that a little extreme?
Bob Mason- I agree with Tom, isn’t there a peaceful alternative.
Milk Damea- There is no alternative, certainly not a peaceful one.
Milk Damea- First question: What went wrong?
Shadow Leader- Wrong? There was nothing that COULD go wrong.
Milk Damea- Don’t lie, those people up there acting erradically weren’t always that way.
*Milk Damea turns the handle, sending jolts of electricity from the generator to the helpless victim wrapped in chains. The Shadow Leader shrieked with pain.*
*Milk Damea repeated the question, and soon enough the Shadow Leader answered.*
Shadow Leader- One of our… experiments, failed. During the test, a subject toppled a few chemical tanks. Little did we know the chemicals in those tanks don’t react well together… Our facility was destroyed, and a toxic cloud drifted towards a nearby state park. One of the chemicals involved in the explosion mutates a living creature, causing it to be extremely violent to anything, even its own kind.
*Tom whispers to himself.*
Tom- So that’s how it started.
Bob Mason- What?
Milk Damea- How did you develop those chemicals?
Shadow Leader- Scientists in lab coats.
Milk Damea- *Sarcastically* Really? Then why was your squad guarding that gem?
Shadow Leader- Uh…
*Milk Damea turns the dial higher than before, and prepares to send another jolt.*
Tom- Wait, we don’t want to kill him… right?
Bob Mason- This is going too far.
Milk Damea- Shut it!
*Milk Damea sends another powerful shock, and the Shadow Leader, again, shouts in agony.*
*The Shadow Leader struggles for breath. Then he spoke, but his voice was strained.*
Shadow Leader- It was years ago during the cold war. We got word that a meteor had crashed in Siberia, initial search parties sent by the Soviets never returned. So our organization went to the president for permission to pursue this meteor, our organization specializes in mysterious artifacts…
…But at the time Americans couldn’t just walk into Russia armed with advanced weapons, so we signed a ‘cease-fire’ deal with them. The agreement let us investigate the crash-site, but they would have to accompany us.
Tom- Soviets signing a no kill contract? Unlikely.
Shadow Leader- You apparently failed history in school.
Milk Damea- Get on with it.
Shadow Leader- We linked up with the soviet team, and headed towards where it crashed. Once we got close… we were attacked, by the teams sent before us. We killed them all quickly and preceded to the impact crater. We couldn’t believe what we saw. The meteor was glowing, with a sick green hue. So then we packaged it up, as safely as possible…
…Then the plan preceded as expected. We shot down the soviets.
Milk Damea- Why did you shoot them?
Shadow Leader- It was part of the plan. We knew they wouldn’t let us keep the artifacts we took. So after we did it, our agency reported that all teams were lost. That way we could smuggle the artifact out of Russia without running into soviet problems.
Tom- What happened next?
Shadow Leader- We traveled back to Bering Straight and drove the artifact in trucks across the ice, it was winter. Then we transported it back to our facility where we performed necessary tests.
Milk Damea- You have been very helpful, but I do recall that you killed Ian and for that…
*Milk Damea pulls out the pistol he had in his holster.*
…I must kill you.
Tom- No stop! He could help-
*Milk Damea interrupts Tom by firing at the Shadow Leader.*
*Minutes pass where Bob Mason and Tom stare in shock at what Milk Damea had done. Then he spoke.*
Milk Damea- Bob, are you coming, or staying?
//TO BE CONTINUED//
Choices- For only one person: Paperweight will you-
A. Go with them.
B. Stay at your house.
Remember only Paperweight can choose what he does, any one who tries to choose for them will be ignored.
Awesome.Very Entertaining. I love zombie stuff especially video games. you should check out my left 4 dead minifigs and tell me what you think
I like it
February 25, 2011
Nice job! I like how Milk shocked the shadow leader. This is getting very intresting. I had a feeling you would be mentioning the meteorite from Siberia. Well, I have a tough descion to make. If I go with them, I will not be alone. I will have help. But if I stay alone, I have a chance of being attacked by zombies and no help. So I choose A.
I like it
February 25, 2011
So it's not cosmic radiation that made the zombies...It was gas.....
Quoting cyberfrank 2010
try to make them slow to build suspence, do multiple pics of the action,
I've tried that, by making a zombie in the backround get closer and closer as a conversation moves along. I haven't focused too much on the zombie aspect of the series, but now that multiple zombie attacks have happened at the store there is bound to be an onslaught coming.
mmmm, this is noted, as i thought, 1 great scene, on a spectacular stage, cleverly lighted, does a great job for story episodes, very nice, examplary work! this is becoming more and more professional and interesting, may i suggest something? try to make zombies appear every 2 or 3 episodes, also, try to make them slow to build suspence, do multiple pics of the action, i d appreciate any suggestion from your part on my stories, as i respect both your talent and work!