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I nominate Caddicarus◊.
Can I nominate the characters I nominated before?
Yeah,but only one of them.
Okay, um... Sylvia◊!
Power is salty that the last season was a bust so here she is again.◊
If there's still a spot left, going to renominate Muhammad Avdol◊
There's about 4 left so you're okay.
I nominate an old friend, Nemo◊.
Here it comes: G1 Grogar◊.
And that's all the spots filled!
By the way, here was the original save
Alright, Iíll get to posting as soon as I can. Expect tomorrow afternoon latest.
Feel free to meet our wonderful cast, as they enter the Big Brother house.
Before the game is set afoot, the houseguests are given the ability to ingratiate themselves amongst each other. Many of these houseguests leap at the chance to create alliances. Alliance page 1, page 2.
As the alliances are being settled, a horn sounds. It's time for one of the most important competitions of the game: The First HOH Competition. As the sixteen houseguests walk out, they see a rather odd sight; sixteen massive popsicles hanging upside down in the house's backyard. The rules are simple; the one left on their popsicle by the end of the competition is Head of Household; the only houseguest who can not be evicted at the end of the week.
After a brief period for Nemo to collect his thoughts, and understand his options, he, as the HOH, is given the power to nominate two of his fellow houseguests for this week's eviction. At the tense ceremony, Nemo nominates Dean and Shownu, unknowingly putting a red mark on the Fearsome Five.
But, Shownu and Dean are not assured for eviction, and the duo may fight for their lives, and, namely, their replacement in the game, in a "Power of Veto" Competition, gifting the winner the power to take one of the nominated houseguests off the block. However, the empty spot will be taken by a third houseguest of the Head of Household's choice.
Only six houseguests shall compete in the POV, the sitting HOH, Nemo, the sitting nominees, Dean and Shownu, and three randomly drawn houseguests.
The competition begins; a chessboard-type game in which the goal is to remove tiles to the point that other houseguests will be trapped atop the tile they're placed on. Matt, Shownu, and Nemo are outwitted in the competition, leaving Kylo, Tony, and Dean.
Known well for his tactics, Tony Soprano bests his opponents, and wins the Power of Veto. After some counseling from his fellow 'Bad Guys', particularly from Grogar, Tony decides to build a bridge with Dean by saving his skin. However, Nemo catches word of Tony's noisiest councillor, and, in a bid of vengeance, puts Grogar up for eviction.
In the brief break ahead of eviction, the houseguests are given brief free time.
THE VOTE Page 1, Page 2, Page 3
Shownu and Grogar await tensely for the vote. As they wait, one by one, each houseguest, aside from the HOH, who is given no vote aside from a tie, enters a private room, and casts their vote.
By the end of the vote, only Kylo, Mami, and Power Stroke have voted to evict Shownu.
While Beat, Caddicarus, CATS, Dean, Ivy, Matt, Avdol, Sylvia, Tony, and Valecor, all vote against Grogar.
Grogar hears that he's been evicted. He is mortified. He turns, in disgust, toward CATS and Tony. They can only shrug. It's what he gets for trusting bad guys. He trots out, mouth agape. Fifteen houseguests remain.
Edited by TacoBadger on Oct 23rd 2019 at 12:05:07 PM
RIP mah goat boi
Ooh, looks like we're off to a good start.
Valecor yeeted Grogar? Even Evil Has Standards, indeed.
Heh, CATS voting out his fellow villain already?
Edited by Zanreo on Oct 24th 2019 at 10:20:32 AM
Thanks for veto-ing the Rushing Beat Syura mook, Tony.
As the next week begins, the power duo of Muhammad and Mami meet with each other concerning last weekís vote to oust Grogar.
Whatís wrong with you? Why vote Grogar when we could have got out Shownu, and weakened that group?
You must understand... I see glimpses of a future... the strongest thing we can do for the win is to turn away from alliances.
Well! If you really feel that way... weíre through.
And so, the magical duo splits ways.
As our fifteen houseguests, aside from Nemo, who may not win HOH twice, are called into the backyard, they canít help but notice a massive spiderweb strung up. The task is simple, cross the spiderweb first; you win.
While many are unable to maneuver the web; Power Stroke has trouble, Avdol gets stuck, Matt gets tripped up, and Beat gets eaten by a spider; the mobster, the Youtuber, and the magical girl all find a similar method to traverse the web successfully. And now that itís come down to a race, the youthful Mami easily outruns the older and non-magical Tony and Caddicarus.
As Mami crosses the finish web, Avdol watches on, and summons slight doubt for his fortune telling... why would his fortunes lead him to split from Mami just as she gained success?
Mami takes a brief period to think things over, before making her decision; She nominates Shownu and Matt. While she doesnít work with Avdol anymore, she harbors no ill will for him. Instead, she still aims to wound the Fearsome Five, nominating Shownu against Matt, who she is sure no one will feel the need to vote out.
Mami, Shownu, Matt, and a randomly drawn Ivy, Valecor, and Sylvia compete. The six competitors return to the backyard, and find a massive cesspool of pure mud. The competitor who can find the Power of Veto within the mud wins.
Matt continues to disappoint, unable to wade through the mud. Valecor and Ivy end up having similar issues, but put up a valiant effort. The competition comes down to Mami, Shownu, and Sylvia. Though Mami is able to keep Shownu from saving himself, she is remised to find that his alliance-mate, Sylvia, has won the competition.
At the POV ceremony, Sylvia uses the power to save her ally. Mami, not one to fold, replaces Shownu with another member of the Fearsome Five, the... uh, checks smudged writing on hand ďRushing Beat mookĒ, Dean.
In the day before the eviction, Tony Soprano has a less-than-satisfactory time. It starts with Tony, a rougher and less sensitive man, making a, letís call it ďblueĒ comment. The assorted houseguests, even Valecor, are left uncomfortable by the remark, and Tonyís popularity suffers. Then, to make matters worse, when Avdol holds a meeting to apologize to the house, concerning his ďfaulty fortunesĒ, the entire house looked at Tony, and expected him to apologize. Avdol even went and said, Does... uh, anyone else have anything to say? Once Tony decides to say nothing, Shownu shyly speaks up. ĒUh, I... accidentally busted Tonyís Rolex...Ē Soprano, beat red, stands up, and yells a profanity-laced rant at the house, before he begins to suffer a public panic attack. CATS ushers him to his room, as the rest of the house evades his eye. The events put the house off the eviction for the evening.
Once the eviction does take place, Dean and Matt wait for their votes. Page One, Two
Beat, Nemo, Power Stroke, Shownu, Tony, and Valecor have voted to evict Dean.
Caddicarus, CATS, Ivy, Kylo, Avdol, and Sylvia have voted to evict Matt.
A tie. It seems Mami had convinced her allies Power Stroke and Tony to vote out the member of the other alliance, though Kylo and Ivy were less willing to begin a fight between the two powers. This makes sense especially for Kylo, considering he is a member of both the Quintet and the Fearsome Five.
Ultimately, in spite of Deanís connections, the vote came to a tie, and is now left up to Mami, who at this point has made her intention clear; wound the Fearsome Five. She takes center stage, and tells Dean to his face that he is now evicted. Fourteen remain.
And thus, the plot thickens.
Man, this is actually very accurate to Tony's character.
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