The Chain Writing Game V6.0 Ep:30

The newly expanded issue of Kerrie Ann Salsac’s Chain Writing Game continues in haste! The game where many authors add 100 words at a time in sequence to build a story.

This week, Jadir has discovered he is the prophesied one after he meets the beautiful and lonely Eliya. Now the two have infiltrated the keep of the controlling Ezreet who imprisoned humans within the wall. Will they succeed? Help us write the story and find out!

Episode 30

Since humans served the Keep, it made it easier to infiltrate. Jadir switched bodies two more times until he was the highest-ranked human in the fortress. His thumbprint granted him access to the loading docks where Ezreet ships came and went. Six were loading Ezreet troops to halt the human breakout from the wall.

Jadir went with a less obvious approach this time. With his mind, he triggered engine failures in all six of the combat transports.

Then he saw an Ezreet General leaving the docks. The switch was instantaneous.

In moments, he entered a meeting room with the highest ranking Ezreet.

About EagleAye

I like looking at the serious subjects in the news and seeking the lighter side of the issue. I love satire and spoofs. I see the ridiculous side of things all the time, and my goal is to share that light-hearted view.
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10 Responses to The Chain Writing Game V6.0 Ep:30

  1. kerrieanns says:

    HAHA! Love the video 😀
    That is a seriously nifty power! Jadir is going to be mighty peeved when his power wanes. Let’s just hope it doesn’t do so at a pivotal moment 😉


    • EagleAye says:

      Yeah it is pretty awesome. Great for spies or cat burglars. You know, you make a pretty good point. Wouldn’t it be just awful if Jadir overextends himself, expecting his power to bail him out, and it doesn’t work. Oy! That would be some great drama.


  2. draliman says:

    Fastest promotion in history! Even faster than Kirk’s almost instantaneous rise from disgraced cadet to starship captain in the new Star Trek 🙂


  3. Danny James says:

    Brillant. I am the one (in episode 19) that gave him to power to switch bodies. But my episode was based on a comment you made earlier about the Dosadi Experiment. I googled that and took it from there. Love the video too!



    • EagleAye says:

      That’s interesting how the character developed from person to person. I didn’t realize anyone took note of the Dosadi Experiment comment. Glad to see it took root somewhere. Glad you enjoyed the episode and video. 🙂


  4. Danny James says:

    I’ve got episode 31 ready to go but it says the link is closed, although on top it says it’s extended to 40?


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