Yeah, I thought it was good myself. Now it's Fox's turn... let's see how that turns out...
nice one Universe!
Yeah, I thought it was good myself. Now it's Fox's turn... let's see how that turns out...
And on the 67th day, God created cheese, and all was right with the world!!!!
Keepin it cool.
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sorry I haven't said anything yet, I wrenched my back last week so I've been confined to a bed for a few days. Thankfully my wife was willing to look in here for me and tell me the great news.
It has begun!!!!!
I'm going out of my mind with boredom, so I thought I would pop in and say something (though my back isn't liking the idea too much.)
It is foxmer's turn next. The multi-verse's the limit, go to town.
okay.... I'm going to lay back down now.
Have fun all.
Jenny Everywhere Story Round
By Fox Merquise
“The character of Jenny Everywhere is available for use
by anyone, with one condition. This paragraph must be
included in any publication involving Jenny Everywhere,
in order that others may use this property as they wish.
All rights reversed.”
A figure of a man covered (Knowledge) in black and black only is floating through space, he is floating side ways.
Knowledge - ::Sigh:: There she goes again, shifting and creating more problems. Doesn't she know that every time she shifts there is another question proposed and unanswered?
Panel 2 -
Knowledge is still floating around space, put in a different angle now, pondering.
Knowledge - Her shifting creates realities in themselves, posing unlimited questions and paradoxes. How can knowledge itself, not know all?
A shot of Knowledge's detail-less face with energy flowing from one eye.
Knowledge is opening a portal like vortex. His hand is out flowing with energy, which he is using to open the portal.
Knowledge - Don't worry Jenny, I know how to deal with pests like you......
Jenny is exiting a portal and going into a metal hallway, like the type on a ship.
Jenny is falling on the floor out of the portal.
She is now lying on the floor, on the floor with a stunned look on his face.
Jenny - Ouch...
Voice (from down the hallway and around the corner) - What was that?
Voice #2 - Check it out.
Guards with guns and big goggles over there eyes are running down the hall. Jenny is pressed against the wall and the color of her character is out of tone.
Jenny (thought) - Good thing I can shift out of the visible light spectrum.
Guard #1 - I guess it was nothing.
Guard #2 - That was a pretty loud nothing.
Guard #1 - It was probably the wind; it gets pretty loud up here.
Guard #2 - I guess your right....
Jenny is now running down the hallway, as the guards who are behind them look around.
Jenny (thought) - Its a great thing to shift out of the sound wave, spectrum too.
A profile view of Jenny running down the hallway to a door with light coming from it.
Jenny is now outside with a blue sky behind with a confused look on her face.
Panel 3 A pan out of the last panel, showing Jenny standing on a metal deck with a railing around it.
Panel 4 A pan out of the last panel, showing a giant air ship floating in the air through a clear sky.
We have a villain!!!! Very cool, fox. I love the ideas you threw in for the Shifter.
So I guess it's up to me now.
One quick thing, I think we've covered our need of the Jenny Paragraph for this project. Anyone reading it will see it at the begining of Ian's part and that should be enough, unless Steven says otherwise.
So..... where am I gonna go from here?!?!?!?!?!?!!
Hi! I'm obviously new here. I heard about the Jenny Everywhere story round from Ben (my husband) and I thought it might be kind of cool to try to write a part for it. So, I'm hoping that I can have part 13. Thanks!
uh... fancy seeing you here.
Anyway, Part 13 is your's. And if you think that I'm writing over your shoulder, you have the right to hit me upside the head.
1 - UniverseX259
2 - foxmerquise8
3 - Ben Christensen
4 - UniverseX259
5 - Vendetta
6 - DestroyALL
7 - LoneWolf
8 - Legend of 8
9 - PlasticPsyche
10 - banshee
11 - popeye
12 - Ben Christensen
13 - PhotoAngel
15 - Pikachu
I'm going to try really hard to get my part done within a few hours to try and keep the momentum going, so hopefully that happens.
Here it is...
By: Ben Christensen
She knew this airship. From the largest graviton tank to the smallest rivet, Jenny knew it all. She looked over the edge of the railing and there is was, the civilization of Vetic, right where she knew it would be.
She knew where she was (the Emporium vessel Gavorn), she knew roughly when she was (the Beta-Year 22-4), and she of course knew who she was (Jenny Everywhere, super spy for his majesty's secret squadron), but she couldn’t remember why she had snuck aboard the vessel.
“You know, you really should be hiding better” came a voice from behind her “being a spy and all.”
Jenny turned around and found Raymond Hawk staring her down, his military issue gun pointed at her face. Already, the weapon’s delta cells were charging, this wasn’t going to be as easy as she had hoped... or thought she had hoped.
“I mean, seriously Jenny. They say that you’re the best. ‘In and out before anyone’s the wiser’ is what I’ve heard. Now I’m forced to believe the other rumors I’ve heard too.”
Jenny looked on as Hawk smiled. He was a larger man, grizzled from life as an Emporium officer. He had a limited beard, which he played at with his free hand. Far behind him, she caught a glimpse of the guards she’d passed earlier, they were running up to see what they were missing.
“And what rumors would those be, Hawk” Jenny said.
“Something about memory problems. Too many thoughts in your lovely little head to keep track of. I heard a General say that you could be perfectly normal and then in an instant... forget what the hell you were doing.”
“Comes with the job, got a lot of things to memorize, not all of us have a photographic memory.” Jenny said as she reached up to adjust her lucky goggles.
An energy blast shot past her head, grazing her upward arm and continuing off towards the horizon. Hawk tapped the recharge button and began to giggle.
“Yes, well my devilishly perfect memory seems to recall that you have a tiny flash grenade in those goggles. So let’s keep the hands off them” he said. He turned to the guards that finally arrived. “Please take Miss Everywhere to the brig. If she goes for her goggles or her scarf, shoot her.”
Not wanting a delta blast to the face, Jenny put her hands behind her back. Hawk walked away, twirling his gun on his finger, while Jenny was led off to the lower decks.
Jenny hated being taken prisoner. In all the universes that existed, in all the multiple forms of her that traveled them, she never once enjoyed being taken prisoner.
Okay there was that one time, but she was really old in that universe and the bathroom in her bunker was nothing compared to the alien one.
But that was a different time, a different place, a different her.
Every reality, every time, every where.
“Hey guys?” Jenny said to her two guards. “Just so you know, I’m going to... um... leave. So in a couple of seconds I’m not going to know what’s really going on and probably not be too happy about where you’re taking me.”
She looked at the goggled men. They had no idea what she was talking about. It wasn’t a surprise, few beings in the multi-verse had a clue what she was and what she could do.
“Just, you know, thought I’d warn you before hand.” She said, smiling as she loosened her grip on reality.
She entered infinite everything. For a split second, the limitless universe in its true form opened up to her. She felt what all of the different Jenny’s felt. Young, old, black, white, asian, alien, up, down, inside out, she felt and knew it all.
She was kissing a boy for the first time in one universe, while yelling at him at the same instant in a universe where they were years older.
She was hoping for the fun universe, the one where Jenny and her friends protected the system and defeated the forces of evil. It was a good universe where she could stretch out and relax. PLay some games with her companions and sings songs of the mighty battles that they always seemed to win.
Reality grabbed hold. Jenny stopped shifting, instantly feeling the broken arm on her right side.
It was broken by a ogre, they were fighting outside of New O’bithna and the ogre got in a lucky hit. Julian died in that fight and before Jenny could even blink in her new location, she began to cry.
She was in a small cave, her arm in a sling and her other arm holding a sword.
“Is it them?” she asked Brock. He looked out from the cave into the night, his long beard and elven locks blowing with the incoming wind.
“Can’t tell” he said. “Doesn’t smell right. The wind’s messing with my senses, but I think it’s Winmen and Glacer coming back from getting food.”
Jenny sighed with relief. She put down her sword and adjusted her sling. It was really her scarf, but she had nothing else to use at the time. “They took a lot of time out there, hope they didn’t get into any trouble.”
“We’re all in trouble Jen, some of us just accept it better.”
“Gah!” Jenny yelled, but in a quiet way, not trying to bring notice to their location. “No more advice, please!”
She sat down, moving her goggled helmet with her sword to make room on the stone floor. “I could take all sorts of advice from you, when it worked.” Winmen and Glacer came into the cave, they had a small animal with them that they had hunted. Setting it down, the twin goblins started on making a spit to cook the meat on. “We lost, Brock. When the battles got rough we couldn’t take it. Now the world is in chaos... and it’s our fault! We were the mighty heroes four! We were going to bring the light times back to the world.”
Winmen and Glacer laughed and spoke in goblin. Jenny knew that a Jenny knew what they were saying, but she didn’t care to shift to a close universe where she could have such knowledge. She could get the idea from the goblin laughing that followed.
She was in one of her moods, and everyone knew it.
“So when we kill the bad guy, bring the bright back to the sky, and win back the people’s love, then I’ll listen to your advice!” She concluded.
Brock didn’t say anything. He fell to the ground and began to blow away as his body dried and dusted. A wooden arrow was lodged in his heart, which promptly blew away with the rest of the once noble Elven warrior.
“Oh crud.” Jenny said as she tried to stand as quickly as she could. Her broken arm hurt as she moved, she knew that the coming fight wasn’t going to be easy. Winmen and Glacer were already fighting back, shooting powerful sprays of venom at whatever was outside their little cave. The twins wouldn’t be able to continue this attack forever, eventually they would be overtaken by ogres or possibly hobbits.
Jenny hated hobbits. They were vicious little things and they loved to sniff the dust of an elf.
This wasn’t going to end pleasantly. Jenny was probably going to die, and she hated to die. That was the problem with being infinite. You had infinite ways to love, infinite ways to work, and infinite ways to die. She’d died time and again, but it still made her blood go cold.
When the goblin twins were exhausted of venom, around the time that the dwarf came in and chopped their heads off, Jenny was about as ready to shift as she ever was.
She knew that a Jenny was going to die in that cave, and as much as it sickened her to think about what she was about to do, she didn’t want that Jenny to be her.
She screamed, a hobbit was already inside the cave with a rolled up gil in his hand and a line of Brock already up his nose. This was a dark, dark version of the one she wanted.
Every reality, every time, every where.
She entered the infinite, allowing reality to grab hold much faster this time.
“Damn, not again” she heard over her headset. “Why do the hobbits always gotta go af’er me.”
“That’s the price you pay to use a vampire avatar.” Tom’s voice went over the headset.
Jenny stared at the darkened television screen and the pixel images of her fallen friends. She set her game controller on the coffee table and stretched her neck. Looking at the clock, she realized that they had been playing for hours.
“Opp. Got to go guys. If I don’t get some sleep tonight my boss is going to kill me in the morning” Jenny said into her headset.
“So be it, Jen. Catch you later.” Tom said.
Jenny yawned as she switched off the system. She stumbled over pizza boxes and into her bedroom. Not bothering to change out of the work uniform she had been wearing the entire time she was playing, she falls into the bed.
She could shift over and over again, sleeping for all eternity.
That was a really tempting thought, but she knew too many of her were already doing it.
Besides, this wasn’t a terrible world. She vowed to see what the morning held, if nothing else.
She slipped into sleep. Dreaming of infinite worlds.
-END OF PART 3-
Nice work so far. I like the story, and I am looking forward to writing my part. Keep it coming!
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