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Lt. Col. Maes Hughes ([personal profile] polaroid_papa) wrote in [community profile] itsjustagamerp2012-03-07 09:48 pm

Neutral Zone Breakfast

Characters: Maes Hughes and YOU
Content: Hughes sets up a neutral zone in the cafeteria and makes everyone breakfast
Location: Deck 4, The Cafeteria Deck
Time: Morning
Warnings: None

Just outside the Cafeteria deck a sign had been set up.  It read:

OFFICIAL LASER TAG NEUTRAL ZONE
Rules:
1. No firing lasers in the Cafeteria area
2. If you are caught firing your lasers you WILL be booted and the opposite team is allowed return fire.  No pancakes for you ):
3. Maes Hughes is a Neutral Party and not playing tag.  If you fire at him you have to clean up the deck of his choosing.  Ha!
4. Please enjoy this complimentary picture of Elysia to brighten your day :)

Below the sign is a stack of photos of a certain 3-year-old girl smiling.   Maes has certainly had fun with the copy machine as of late.

Once you enter the deck you find yourself assaulted with the smell of pancakes, eggs, and various other breakfast foods.  Maes is in the kitchen cooking up a storm and has decided he would like to spend time with others over a nice, hearty breakfast.  He doesn't expect anyone to help him cook, but if they do that's fine.  Really he just wanted an excuse to have fun without getting involved in the laser tag shenanigans and breakfast seemed the way to go, since Pinkie's thing was parties and Maes didn't really feel like throwing one of those just yet.

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