M.M.O.R.P.G by Charlie Foxtrott

 M.M.O.R.P.G by Charlie Foxtrott



When the Developers of the new Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game, Thila Online cancelled the project, someone it seems, forgot to turn off the servers, leaving the artificial intelligence of the game worlds more ingenious characters to finish the job themselves. Three years later, thanks to the endeavours of an I.T Department consisting of seven Gnomes in a dark shed round the back of an online pub with an online bank account, the world of Thila has evolved to become the flagship game of one of the largest entertainment software houses, boasting tens of thousands of players from all around the world.
George Steel was intending to become one of those players just as soon as he’d entered his Dad’s Credit Card details, which, following a brief battle with his conscience, he’d liberated from a drawer in the kitchen. One lightning strike later and he was well and truly logged in, the only problem now being that logging back out didn’t seem to be an option as he found himself no longer in his bedroom, but alone in a dark forest somewhere within the world of Thila.
Wolfgang meanwhile, is busy working his usual nightshift, deep within the Leafshade forest. It’s been a quiet night all in all, but the cool evening breeze carries an unfamiliar scent. Most likely a lost Newbie, this shouldn’t take long. With a cough to clear his throat and a quick shake down to loosen up and get into character, the creature raises himself to full height, head to the moon and lets forth a blood chilling howl.
It’s game on !

To Purchase @ AMAZON


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