You attempt to strangle the absolutely enraged Blooper by quickly tying it up with the seaweed. You also decide to hug it for some reason, but suddenly get second thoughts. The chest appears to think you are an idiot for not noticing it.
The absolutely furious and most likely killer Blooper died of strangulation. You turn your attention to the talkative chest, and fry it to death. You hope that there wasn't an important key or something you may need for the next screen in it, or something.
I find the key into the fortress, and survive most of the traps. I go into where Roy is, and found a burnt key where the chest used to be. Wondering where it goes, I looked on my left only to find a keyhole! I swim over for a closer look, but a Renzor fireball shot at me! Now burnt black, I inserted the key into the hole, only to find....
Take the blooper and use it as a hammer to break the dislodged floor tile, then take the tile as it is likely to be easier to carry than a giant blooper that may, or may not, come back to life at anytime. Floor tiles are safer anyways.
OOC: Do try to remember that you should try and "follow up" on the first poster's move, as well as the fact that -everyone- controls the dude now.
You cram the once-enraged Blooper into your pocket, and swim to the left. You notice a batch of bloodthirsty shark-like fish who would love nothing more than to pierce the bejesus out of you. You also notice that you can finally escape the watery depths here.
The one thing you don't notice, however, is the extremely magical treasure lying behind the wall, which could be the key to immortality or something.
You get out of the water, press a switch accidentally (it was invisible) and the water turns into lava again, taking out the sharkfish. The treasure is now gone, however...
But at least everything has lightened up again.
-------------------- --------> Don't follow "Find Roy's Dignity", my hack. Because it's pretty outdated. <--------
(following Roy's post) As the hole's wall's lines were sticky, as noticed before, you get out of the hole, and head on. You find a chest, wondering why you didn't notice it before you fell into the hole. You go over, opening the chest, but you find....
...someone forgot to set the extra bit, so instead of spawning custom sprite 11 (which was a hammer powerup), it instead spawned a Buzzy Beetle, causing you to instinctively jump away. Fortunately, the Buzzy Beetle does not appear to have noticed you, and plods along the dark trail mindlessly. With that out of the way, you look around the room for another exit, and you spy a pipe sticking out of the ceiling, much too far up for you to reach, and the only platforms nearby are turn blocks one tile off the ground. However, there is something odd about the pipe...its graphics look slightly different, and instead of being attached to the ceiling like most are, it is wedged in a two-tile-wide crevice in the ceiling. Could it be a screen-scrolling pipe?
OOC: I actually had the image made before imamelia`s post. Oh well.
After waving to the fish for no reason whatsoever, you jump out of the water and land on an invisible switch. The switch seems to invert the entire room, as well as destroying the treasure. You are not very good at getting treasure, it seems.
While slowly walking to the left, you hear a low pitched RRRRRRRRRRRRRR behind you. You swear that it may be a Blargg.
You take a feather to become caped, and then you flip over a Buzzy Beetle. You grab it and throw it at the Blargg. It dies along with the lava, and a key is left behind. You pick it up, go on the left of the picture, and enter a hidden door. You go in a room with Renzor fireballs shooting out of nowhere. One of them goes haywire, and breaks a corridor with a goal sphere. As the goal sphere drops to its death, you...
OOC: While I don't mind "god-modding" all that much, I'd rather you try to keep the amount you do in one post rather small - not for the sake of postcount++, but more or less because of the amount of stuff I put in one room. As FP said, it's no fun if you just rush by it all.
You begin to NNGNGNGGNGNGNGNG and eventually power up enough that you grow yellow, glowing hair. The Blargg begins to get scared, but you manage to strike up a rather decent conversation with it.