Saturday, March 28, 2015

Losing His Respect

(Restart Story)

Greetings everyone. What you will find below will look strange without some context. What it is, essentially, is a continuation of my choose your own adventure story: "First Day Of School." If you would like to play from the beginning, either select the "restart story" option above, or click here

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You decide to continue speaking to David, despite Clavain's entrance.

"So, want to hang out with me later on?" You speak to David in a whisper, hoping to avoid the ire of your teacher.

To your horror, you realize that David is frozen-faced, trying his best not to acknowledge your question. You turn your head, and see that Clavain is staring right at you.

"That was quite rude of you. Do you want to share your question with the rest of the class?"

The way Clavain speaks reminds you of shows like Law and Order. He sounds like he is constantly on the verge of saying something of extreme significance.

Clavain's icy stare bores into your skull.

How do you respond?

(A) "I...I was just asking David here if he wanted to hang out later"

(B) "I don't have to tell you."

Clavain, Man of Mystery

(Restart Story)

Greetings everyone. What you will find below will look strange without some context. What it is, essentially, is a continuation of my choose your own adventure story: "First Day Of School." If you would like to play from the beginning, either select the "restart story" option above, or click here

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You turn your attention to the front of the class as your teacher begins speaking.

Clavain is an impressive sight to behold, and you aren't afraid to admit it to yourself. He has the look and manner of a man you'd want to have around during a crisis. You've heard through the rumor mill that he once served in the upper echelons of military in some capacity, but it's all hearsay. Looking at the way he carries himself, and his manner of speech, you don't doubt that he has, at the very least, lived through some stressful situations.

"Greetings students. My name is Clavain, but you can call me Mr. Clavain. Before you ask, no, I don't have a clue at how my parents came up with that."

The class chuckled collectively. Clavain scratched his meticulously groomed beard and paused briefly.

"In the case you walked into this classroom not knowing the subject, I'll give you a reminder: we're going to be talking about history. Particularly, my favorite aspect of history: warfare."

The way Clavain speaks commands respect. With that simple line, he has the class' undivided attention.

(A) Rudely interrupt Clavain

(B) Pay attention to Clavain's lesson