Fiasco Playsets

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Heroics

Heroics

When you see all the crime and evil that goes on, you have to wonder, why hasn't anyone tried to be a superhero before? It seems so easy. You just make a suit (with a mask of course), get some kind of weapon, and go beat up some bad guys. Maybe you’ll get some chicks too! There are a few of p… Read On »

High School Hijinx

High School Hijinx

So. Like. There I was, you know. Sitting in class and I’m like. Yeah. So. This is really boring. You know. And then Angie. You know her, right? Well. Like. Angie, she is hands me this note. And I’m like OMG. I know. This is so boring. Thank you. And then I’m like, let’s go to the mall for lunch. You kno… Read On »

Hollywood Wives

Hollywood Wives

Palm tree-lined streets. Glittering beaches, movie star neighbors— Beverly Hills, California. You all lead lives of fabulous luxury and wealth. Armani handbags, Louboutin shoes, jewelry by Neil Lane, personal chefs, the best bodies money can buy—you have it all. You’re living the southern Califonia dream… Read On »

Hollywoodland Noir

Hollywoodland Noir

By Jeff Moeller

Tinseltown, The Dream Factory, La-La Land. In the aftermath of World War II, it is a place where some dreams are born, and many others go to die. Everyone thinks that he has what it takes, but in a dog-eat-dog place like Hollywoodland, many are wrong. Ex G.I.s desperate for work crowd the hotels… Read On »

Home for the Holidays

Home for the Holidays

By Megan Pedersen

“As God is my witness, I thought turkeys could fly.” “Turkeys Away”, WKRP in Cincinnati All you wanted to do was spend some time with the family, eat a little too much turkey and enjoy some time away from the office. Too bad you’re the only one on board with that plan. The holiday season is a special k… Read On »

House Calls

House Calls

It’s not so much the case load, the overdoses, and the severe lack of disrespect that walks into this hospital everyday that makes me want to take a bottle of pills to each and every inbred patient here at Mercy General. And it’s not so much that health care is a joke, a whole lot of guess work, and… Read On »

Hulder Me Close

Hulder Me Close

By Colin McLaughlin

In six of the seven Principalities of Verdien, religion and politics war for prominence. The more philosophical sum up this conflict as the cost of a soul weighed against the cost of power. In the seventh, the Free City of the Hulder, they only worry about one thing: the cost of doing business. The… Read On »

In The Ruins

In The Ruins

By Eric Jome

Welcome to the ashen wasteland you bequeathed to us. You had it all, at least that's what the stories say. Enough food, clean water, no sickness, luxuries all around. What gods did you anger to bring fire down on you? What decadent excess caused you to burn out and fade away? Or was it just some… Read On »