I like it. One has to wonder, of course, if curious sharks don't come investigate the sacrifices made. And does the Shark King actually give answers, actually speaking to the Shura, or do they interpret his behavior upon accepting a sacrifice? I guess what I'm asking, is it really the Shark Spirit, or a smarter than average shark who has discovered a plentiful source of food? And I can only imagine the impending havok when men discover this bloody monument. Go to Comment
I believe this is the best of your submissions to this date. Awesome Maggot! 5.5/5 ;)
On a side note I would add that Acqua has indeed matured into an interesting and bloody brilliant setting! The open development effort (ie. everyone creates for it) suits it perfectly! Congratulations Cheka Man, for having created a setting which should immediately appeal to both newcomers and jaded gamers alike! Go to Comment
This is how a slime villain should be- you've done a great job in tempering the fact that he's a crime lord with a big dose of humor- that way, the silliness is brought to the forefront, and even the in-game characters don't have to take this "slime menace" totally seriously, even though he is a competent leader to the Red Blades.
Five main ingredients were used to create this noxious, real-world (ridiculously named), chemical compound, featuring sulfur as the main ingredient. The odor was said to be akin to rotting refuse, decomposing carcasses, and fecal matter. "Who-Me?" Was developed during WW II by the OSS to aid the French Resistance against the Germans. The idea being to utterly humiliate and ultimately demoralize the enemy by making them stink of garbage left to rot under a hot sun.
The bizarre experiment did not last long however as "Who-Me?" could not be administered on select targets (controlled), without making everyone in a certain radius, friend, foe, and sprayer alike, stink as well