Here is the fist Chapter. This starts out on the serious side but I honestly plan at having fun with this story.
Game Vocab for non Gamers:
Aggro - when the bad guys start hitting you
P.U.G. - Pick Up Group. When you play with random people in a party
Guildies - a permanent group of people you chat with
Noob - a new or inexperienced player
Raid - a big group of people to take on a big quest/monster/etc.
Lawful Good alignment - Basically means she is a goody two shoes
Tank - is a person in a group that protects everyone especially the healer from aggro
It was Friday afternoon, while most college students prepared for a night of clubbing, parties, dates, and so on Maggie Kent prepared for something else entirely. As she ran on the treadmill she ran through all the strategies she would need to make tonight a success. There was no room for defeat, she vowed with determination. Her only hope was that everyone would be there, the mission was far too important for P.U.G.
“Knock, knock” the happy voice of Hannah Hall called out as she entered into Maggie’s house and Maggie bit back a sigh of aggravation. She was Maggie’s next door neighbor and nosey as nosey came. She was always butting into Maggie’s business and giving her opinion over everything…unasked for.
“Why do you say knock, knock when you neither knock nor wait for me to answer the door,” Maggie demanded getting off the treadmill and grabbing a towel to clean off the sweat.
“Knocking is bad for my nails,” Hannah told her teasingly. “And I don’t wait for you to answer because we both know that if I did, you’d simply not answer the door,” Hannah added and Maggie nodded not bothering to deny that would be exactly what she would have done. “So any plans for tonight Maggie,” Hannah asked examining her nails then to Maggie expectantly.
“Yes I have some plans, which you’re taking away from my important routine of preparation,” Maggie replied back tartly. Her friend scrunched up her perfect face into an expression of disgust.
“That isn’t a plan Maggie…that is for losers and kids,” Hannah replied and Maggie felt a flare of irritation.
“No it’s not! Almost all my guildies are over the age of seventeen,” Maggie argued despite the fact they had this argument several times already.
“I will never understand you Maggie,” Hannah demanded as she started alking over to the mirror Maggie had on the wall for decoration. She inspected her perfect golden blonde hair before continuing. “You have great potential for hotness yet you hole yourself up here,” Hannah began and Maggie sighed loudly knowing exactly what her nosey neighbor was going to say. Hannah turned from the mirror. “You dress like a bum and spend your time playing silly games,” Hannah went on.
Maggie nodded mindlessly tuning out the other woman, and going back over her raid strategies and amassing a list of things she would need for tonight. “You’re not even listening to me are you,” Hannah demanded loudly grabbing Maggie’s attention again.
“Because you’ve said it so much Hannah I have it memorized,” Maggie told her with a shrug and a sheepish smile.
“And yet your still not listening to me,” Hannah huffed in complaint. “Why don’t you just once try to have real fun for once! Come with me to the club with me and Chase,” she offered.
“There is no way I am going anywhere with that guy,” Maggie stated with a matter of fact tone. Chase was Hannah’s latest boyfriend and there was something about him that sent chills down Maggie’s spine. Hannah always went for the bad boys but this guy seemed to be on a whole other level of bad and scared the crap out of Maggie. She’d only met him once briefly. His mere presence made her usual social awkwardness into a stuttering mess which didn’t allow her to even say a single word. Chase thought that was real funny, and was rather mean to her.
|Felicia Day||as Maggie|
|Nikolaj Coster||as Brian/Tank|
|James Franco||as Chase|