Flesh-eating Entity Club

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Abigail C
- 5/13/2020 5:21pm

Would I be able to start a group focused on necromancy?

The body I want to use is preserved to prevent advanced decomposition, so it shouldn't smell too bad, or attract any flesh-eating entities, but I don't know if there's any rules against raising the dead, or if this even could be considered explicitly psychic. I was not raised in accordance with any guidelines... Not that I'm dead. That was just a pun.

Thanks in advance.
AC





Ms. Hazeltine
- 5/13/2020 8:34pm

Why yes, @Abigail C, I think a necromancy club would be a wonderful idea! And long overdue—what with the Academic Necromancy Dept. temporarily closed due to the injunction by the Board of Dead Trade.

You can use the Crypt of Silent Splendor, located in the cellars beneath the administration building. Take a right and two lefts just past the Cavern of the Spongiform Unimind. Night access is through the storm doors around the back.

Sincerely,

A. Hazeltine
Student Activities Coordinator








Abigail C
- 5/14/2020 7:25am

Now that that's settled...

Are there any dead bodies on campus willing to be used in a practice ritual on Saturday?

AC





Nat Davidson
- 5/15/2020 7:22pm

Did somebody say bodies?

If you’re still in the market, @Abigail C, I’ve got what you need. Fresh from my buddy at the Board of Dead Trade.

Meet me at the loading dock behind the cafeteria at midnight. The code word is “Liverstocking.”






Abigail C
- 5/16/2020 9:56am

Thanks for the help, @Nat Davidson. You'll be the first to know if I need anything else.

Heh.

AC





Abigail C
- 5/17/2020 9:52am

Last night's meeting was a success, if I do say so myself. Biggest thanks to anyone who showed up! I was so excited I didn't pay much attention to faces or who signed the sign-up sheet, but I'm sure you all know who you are and where you were last night.





Nat Davidson
- 5/20/2020 9:30am

I got bit real bad by a roadkill badger this morning. Ow. It's starting to ooze.

I was crossing the street from the bus stop and a small herd of roadkill -- badgers, skunks, possums, even a deer -- rushed out of the edge of the woods, snarling and heading down the road. Pretty sure they were all dead--they sure smelled that way--and had all manner of broken, twisted limbs and hanging jaws, ribs and leg bones breaking through, blood pretty congealed, tire tracks on their hides.

It made me think of you, @Abigail C. Were the bodies from the Board of Dead trade not enough? Seriously, I can get all you need. No reason to resort to roadkill!

Now I got to get to the school nurse and have this bite looked at.





Abigail C
- 5/20/2020 12:39pm

@Nat Davidson I didn't have anything to do with that. At least, I don't think I did. I can't remember anything that happened between Sunday night and Tuesday afternoon thanks to that stupid brain snail, but I doubt it would have made me resurrect a bunch of dead animals.

This is still worrying, though...

Anyway, @Bailey Kahn - I'd recommend asking him what it is that he's guarding and what you have to do to pass. Or maybe you could ask him about the oil...





Lily Piedmont
- 5/21/2020 12:36pm

My crew and I were out late last weekend, checking out what's left of the old Strange Patterns™ tags under the bridge, and generally being pissed off. So we ended up hanging out behind the admin building and Sam says "Let's break in!" and you know how all the buildings have their creepy eldritch security, but we found this door in the back leading to the cellars, so we went for it.

We crept around for awhile, heard the Spongiform Unimind snoring, and then found this room with frickin' DEAD BODIES in it, and some weird equipment and amulets and resonators. Hambone said "Shit! It's like a DIY 'let's raise the dead' set up!" So we grabbed what we could, including some moldy old instruction manuals, and bolted. We left the stinky dead bodies though.

So we take it to the woods, right? Larissa has a clearing near the road that's her hangout place so we set up the equipment and turn the volume all the way up. And what do you know this rotting, flattened squirrel crawls up to the edge of the clearing, kinda wheezing and growling, trying to make its way to us, so we got the heck out of there.

Overall assessment---great weekend!





Nat Davidson
- 5/25/2020 11:01pm

Ugh. I don't feel so good. The nurse put some kind of poultice on my bite--I think she was mostly worried about lycanthropy--but I dunno... I feel... woozy. And hungry. Hungry like I've never been before. I went down to that little hamburger stand on the edge of town and kept ordering their dollar burgers till they cut me off. And so then I had one vanilla shake, one chocolate shake, and one strawberry shake. And a bunch of fries to dunk into the shakes. Maybe that's why I'm so woozy.

But all I wanted was MEAT! MEAT and MORE MEAT! And the rarer the better.

Eventually the owner chased me away with a broom. But it's really a great place. You should go there. It's called the Polka Dot.

Ok and on top of that, I keep feeling like that roadkill badger is following me around. I've been noticing bits of fur stuck on doors, paths of dried goo on the floors. I took the bus down to the Polka Dot and on the way the bus driver stopped and opened the door but I didn't see anybody get it... probably because that badger is so short!

Oh god here it comes again. Ughhhh.... uhhhhh.... grrrrrrr.... grrrrrrrrrr... GRRRRRRRR!!!!!





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