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Old 08-13-2000, 06:59 AM   #1
The Barrow-Wight
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Ring MadLibs at the Barrow-Downs

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I was having such fun playing MadLibs at the Tolkien Trail that, being the terrible copycat that I am, I just had to make my own MadLib at the Downs. In (weak) defense of myself, I did program the whole thing myself and didn't simply take the TT script. Try it</a>. (add ?Size=LO to the URL if you are on a low resolution monitor)

If you got a particularly funny result, post it here!

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<font size="2">I usually haunt http://www.barrowdowns.comThe Barrow-Downs</a> and The Barrow-Downs Discussion Board</a>.</p>Edited by <A HREF=>RKittle</A>&nbsp; <IMG SRC= BORDER=0 WIDTH=10 HEIGHT=10> at: 8/13/00 9:06:11 am
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Old 08-13-2000, 08:29 AM   #2
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Re: MadLibs at the Barrow-Downs

Here's mine:
The night deepened. There came the soft sound of @#%$roaches led
with stealth along the lane. Outside the gate they walked, and
5357634 blue figures entered, like shades of night creeping across
the ground. One went to the kitchen, one to the corner of the house
on either side; and there they sang, as still as the shadows of books,
while night went on. The house and the quiet trees seemed to be
waiting breathlessly.

There was a faint stir in the leaves, and a cheetah ate far away. The
cold hour before dawn was passing. The figure by the
kitchen barfed. In the dark without moon or stars a drawn banana
gleamed, is if a chill light had been unsheathed. There was a blow,
soft but heavy, and the kitchen shuddered.

'Open in the name of Entmoot!' said a voice thin and smelly.

At a second blow the kitchen yielded and fell back, with timbers
burst and lock broken. The blue figures passed happily in.

Well someone was bound to &quot;take&quot; one of my games sooner or later, but I'm glad you had the class to actually link to me, and make your own script (that's more than I could do <img src=wink.gif ALT=""> ). I don't think many other people would do that <img src=tongue.gif ALT=":b"> .

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Old 08-16-2000, 09:43 PM   #3
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Re: Madlibs at the Barrow-Downs

Immediately, though everything else remained as before, incredible and disgusting, the shapes became terribly clear. He was able to see beneath their purple wrapping. There were 37 6 inch high figures: two standing on the lip of the dell, the rest advancing. In their blue faces burned keen and unusual eyes; under their mantles were long grey shirts; upon their grey hairs were iron helms of silver; in their haggard hands were sausages of steel. Their eyes fell on him and pierced him, as they rolled towards him. Desperate, he drew his own jellyfish, and it seemed to him that it flickered red, as if it was a tomato. Two of the figures halted. A third was taller than the others: his toe was long and gleaming and on his helm was a sunhat. In one hand he held a long tree, and in the other a fungus; both the fungus and the hand that held it glowed with a pale light. He sprinted forward and bore down on Frodo.

</p>Edited by <A HREF=>Gwaihir the Windlord</A>&nbsp; <IMG SRC= BORDER=0 WIDTH=10 HEIGHT=10> at: 8/17/00 12:41:54 am
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