Title: digital monsters: twenty years
Redtide - January 4, 2011 11:27 AM (GMT)
1. accepting one player only.it has been the start of a new year in the digital world. ever since the reset, the digital world has been mostly at peace. however, primary village has been plagued by a sudden influx of eggs - due to this, the village has been unable to stabilize itself and as a result, the eggs cannot hatch. how strange a dilemma! without the hatching of eggs, the digimon population has started to dwindle.
2. if the player dies, then a second player may sign up.
3. try to finish the game. :]
you are a digimon that has hatched before this problem happened. at the baby ii/in-training stage, you aren't really able to do much to aid the situation. despite that, you are keen to remedy the situation, and you have been granted twenty years by the powers that shall not be named to remedy the situation.
the evolution requirements are as follows:
baby i to baby ii = one day
baby ii to child = seven days
child to adult = thirty days
adult to perfect = ?
perfect to ultimate = ?
you are reformed into a baby i digimon after a year.
year 1, day 1, 0800 hours
???: hey! hey! what's a koromon like you doing here? i thought primary village wasn't producing any more digimon babies ... guess you were an exception, huh?
the sounds of shuffling are heard, as if the speaker is moving around nervously. soon, you feel tapping on your small body.
???: hey, what's your name (if you have one) ... mister or miss?
Aqua-Chan - January 5, 2011 07:51 AM (GMT)
The little creature tilted her body at the tapping and looked up at the one poking at her. When it asked what her name was...well, she actually didn't even know that herself.
"Umm..." It took her a few moments to actually give them a name. "Nari. My name is Nari."
Redtide - January 5, 2011 09:02 AM (GMT)
year 1, day 1, 0805 hours
???: nari, eh? so you're a miss, i take it? good!
it is a jijimon. he waves his club in the air and hobbles around a little, sighing before turning to you.
bako: my name is bako. i'm a jijimon, little nari. it seems that you've hatched despite our dilemma down at primary village! you might be able to save us, little nari ... but i highly doubt it. i mean -
he is soon interrupted by a furious whack upside the head by an equally-elderly looking digimon. a babamon, to be precise.
???: bako, you idiotttt! you left the fire on again and guess what happened? our hut is on fire!
she whacks bako once again.
bako: ... o-ow. you're scaring little nari, riine. don't worry about the angry babamon, little nari. bako will take care of you!
you feel a sudden wave of heat rush over you. it seems like the fire is spreading ... no thanks to bako and his inability to watch the fire. riine is tapping her feet as she looks on rather impatiently, as she has no idea what to do to save the hut.
Aqua-Chan - January 5, 2011 09:13 AM (GMT)
It did make her laugh a bit to see the elderly couple bicker with each other...like an old married couple. But when the mention of a fire was brought up, the little creature quickly became alert when the smoke appeared and she saw the hut was up in flames.
"Oh no!" Nari was about as unsure and clueless about how to stop a fire as Bako was about tending to one.
However, one of two ideas did come to mind. She decided to use the first thing that came to mind. "Water! What about using water? Isn't there any?" How she knew about water was a story to tell another time.
Redtide - January 5, 2011 09:20 AM (GMT)
year 1, day 1, 0810 hours
bako: good thinking, little nagi!
he smiles at you and gestures to riine. the babamon grumbles something about having no water and well, but hobbles off soon enough, leaving a rather disgruntled bako. the jijimon sighs and shakes his head.
bako: always the one to get angry easy, riine ... but i love her a lot, did you know that, little nari?
he chuckles and picks you up.
bako: you said to look for a river? well, let's go looking for one, then.
more chuckling as he walks slowly towards wherever water might be.
year 1, day 1, 0820 hours
... the river. it is a rather straight river without much bends, but the water is calm.
bako walks to the riverside and sets you down, then frowns.
bako: your idea was good, little nari ... but i'm afraid we have nothing to contain the water with.
however, something is lurking in the water. it swims around rather nervously, and seems to be eager to get away from the both of you. bubbles are emitted where it is lurking; they surface and pop as soon as they are no longer contained by water.
the other side of the river reveals another village of digimon, but there isn't a reliable way of getting to the other side ...
bako: maybe i should let the house burn now. then i'll have a new hut to stay with riine! and you too, little nari.
Aqua-Chan - January 6, 2011 04:44 AM (GMT)
Well, at least she tried. No one couldn't say she didn't try to help. And how was she to know the river was too far or that they had nothing to carry the water with?
...Or that there were Digimon making their home in the river.
It pained Nari that their hut was forced to continued burning. But what else could they do? There was a village on the other side of the river, but the problem was getting across it. They could try swimming, only she couldn't swim and whatever lurked under the water could easily try to eat her.
What to do? What to do? Hmm... "Maybe there's a way to cross it? We could try walking along the river until we find a way to cross it on foot." The little Koromon suggested. Hopefully this suggestion would be more fruitful than her last idea.
Redtide - January 6, 2011 08:58 AM (GMT)
year 1, day 1, 0825 hours
the jijimon nods at you.
bako: perhaps that is the only choice, little nari. i'm afraid we'll have to leave riine worrying, uhahaha!
he hobbles along while carrying you. from the corner of your eye you see a shy shakomon surfacing from the river's depths - oh shoot! it's water screw technique shoots high-pressured water from its body, which would have no doubt been useful for saving the fire!
... however, there was no time to turn back. before bako and you is a bridge; he crosses it gingerly, for it seems to be rather old and decaying. he almost reaches its end and he smiles at you -
- and falls into the river. the wood gives and he falls, while you land on the other side of the river with no way to go back. bako is old and weak, despite being an ultimate-leveled digimon, he is swept by strong currents, disappearing from sight.
bako: take care, little nariiiiii -
the rush of the water drowns bako's voice. in the distance, you see the village from before; there is a well-worn path leading to the village.