Zombie rituals are, like, 20% snake venom, 75% interpretive dance. and 5% LASER EYES!

Demon Hunters: Back from the Dead – Page 33

I could have typed in a bunch of gibberish and you’d have bought it, but I respect you too much to do that. Instead, I taught myself enough Haitian Creole to write a song entreating the vodou creator spirit Damballah to bring a dude back to life as a  zombie. You’re welcome.

There might be a new Purple Ninja’s Truth to the Head this week, but no promises. The Demon Hunters RPG: A Comedy of Terrors is kicking my butt, and I think all typing that I do this week should probably be contributing to my target word count.

February’s gonna be better, you guys. I promise!

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6 Responses

  1. Kale says:

    Well, if you’re testing an antidote to zombie toxin, you’re going to need a zambino. At least she had the good sense to chain it up before raising it. Wonder if that was a lesson she learned the hard way.

  2. unacomn says:

    Choir chants on an iPod. Pff, back in the old days, we used to have actual people. Kids today with their newfangled technology, no respect for tradition.
    At least kidnap some people and force them to chant.

  3. Leslie says:

    Luvs me some authenticity, thank ‘e much! ^_^ (You wrote that with a protective circle of salt around the workstation, yes? Don’t want it gettin’ all Pet Sematary up in your house..)
    I can just imagine the trial/error process: “Honey, what are you singing in there? And what’s that SMELL?!?” O.o

    • Matthew "Kyu Kage" Hunt says:

      That’s probably the reason Jimmy had to get rid of the goatee.

      Too Much “Research”.

      Fat is pretty hard to get off because it clings to hair, but lemons help.

  4. Town Crier says:

    Teens can be so hard to get out of bed in the morning.

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