Cape Jacker’s Supe’ Kitchen

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    Cape-Jacker
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    So…Why don’t we start with this: hm3-beta.png
    So, you took one look at that and thought, ‘Oh, yep, it’s a queen/princess of the sea/Atlantis, come to dry land to defeat all the nasties. Or maybe you didn’t. Doesn’t really matter. Meet Ms. Emma Tylers, the nineteen-year old daughter of Mr. Tyler Tylers and his wife, Dr. Heather Tylers. Emma is your regular beach girl, growing up in New Orleans. After a quick rise in the violent crime rate in her fair[ish] city, Emma took out last year’s swimsuit and recycled it. Now she’s running around town, poking meanies with her giant stick-thingy. Oh, and did I mention the gargantuan [spellcheck's for sissies] hermit crab she “found” on one of her regular Saturday night scuba dive that is now following her around like a homeless puppy? It’s all fun and games, until someone gets hurt, and when you mess with crime lord O’Sullivan’s business, someone is going to get hurt.

    Of course, I’ll probably change this up a bit before I use it in any of my stories…Questions, comments, and/or tips are LOVED!

    #4811

    Dionne Jinn
    Member

    Nice start! Welcome to the forum!

    #4812

    Cape-Jacker
    Member

    @Dionne Jinn said:

    Nice start! Welcome to the forum!

    Thank you! I’m glad to be here, and in such fine company!

    #4813

    Vampyrist
    Participant

    Welcome and I love the name of your thread, it’s very clever.

    #4817

    Cape-Jacker
    Member

    @Vampyrist said:

    Welcome and I love the name of your thread, it’s very clever.

    Thank you! I just absolutely adore wordplay. Laugh

    #4823

    Bienvenue à HeroMachine!

    I’m already liking the gumbo-style. Using all sorts of elements, mixing complimentary colors with off-setting grays. Placing and masking items, the quirky story, with a dash of sarcasm and sardonic humor. The fact that the giant crab is slinging a piece in and of itself. Very enjoyable. Qui m’intéresse!

    #4833

    Hammerknight
    Moderator

    Welcome to the forum, nice work so far, looking forward to seeing more of your work.

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