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AI Dungeon, but stupid

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  1. You are a male, lonely teenager searching for friends. You have no family or significant other to turn to and you don't really know anyone else in your town. Your life is pretty much all by yourself at this point.
  2.  
  3. > wander around
  4.  
  5. You decide that it would be best if you just wandered around the town. It's not like there is anything here except for the occasional abandoned building and a few people wandering about their daily lives.
  6.  
  7. > search for people
  8.  
  9. You walk down the street and see a group of three people walking along side each other. They look friendly enough so you follow them. As soon as they get close to where you live, one of them turns around and points at you with his finger.
  10.  
  11. > ask them for their names
  12.  
  13. "Hey! I'm sorry, but can we please go another way?" The man says. "I mean I live right next door to you."
  14.  
  15. > ask them for their names again
  16.  
  17. "No, no, I mean my name is John and this is my friend Jane. We're new to town and we were wondering if you had any recommendations on what to do."
  18.  
  19. > "Not really. Hey Jane, want to have sex?"
  20.  
  21. "What? No!" She exclaims.
  22.  
  23. > "Why not?"
  24.  
  25. "Because..." She begins to protest before you interrupt her.
  26.  
  27. > "Because what?"
  28.  
  29. "Well because we're both virgins."
  30.  
  31. > "I'm sure we could work something out..."
  32.  
  33. "We're not doing that, because... well because you seem like an awful person."
  34.  
  35. > "Then it seems I have no choice. You must die."
  36.  
  37. She looks at you in disbelief. Her eyes widen and she starts to cry. You step back from her and turn your head away from her.
  38.  
  39. > laugh
  40.  
  41. "Ha ha! Oh come on, I don't think you're evil or anything. Besides, I thought you were nice when we first met."
  42.  
  43. > "Really? That's so nice."
  44.  
  45. "Yeah, yeah, whatever."
  46.  
  47. > "Do you like Dennis Prager?"
  48.  
  49. "Oh yes, of course I do. He's a very handsome man."
  50.  
  51. > "Then you must die."
  52.  
  53. She looks down for a moment, then turns around and walks towards the door. You follow her outside.
  54.  
  55.  
  56. You walk with her through the streets as you talk about various things that interest you. Eventually you reach your destination: The house where Dennis lives.
  57.  
  58. > "Are you ready to do the job?"
  59.  
  60. "Yes, I am."
  61.  
  62. > walk up to the door
  63.  
  64. "Dennis, open the door!"
  65.  
  66. > "We have come to collect."
  67.  
  68. He opens the door and steps aside. You both enter his home.
  69.  
  70.  
  71. The room is dark except for a single light bulb hanging above the table in front of him. It illuminates his face, which is covered by a black hooded robe.
  72.  
  73. > "Dispose of him."
  74.  
  75. You grab a knife from the table and stab him in the chest several times. His body falls backwards onto the floor. You quickly finish off Dennis' corpse with a blow to his head.
  76.  
  77. > look for slaves in the basement to question
  78.  
  79. You walk out of the basement and into the hallway. You find two slaves working there. They are tied to chairs in front of them, but they don't seem to notice you at all.
  80.  
  81. > capture the slaves to question them for information later
  82.  
  83. You walk over to the slaves and tie their hands behind their backs. Then you take one of the chairs and sit on it. One slave sits in front of you while another stands behind him.
  84.  
  85. > "Good work, Jane."
  86.  
  87. Jane smiles and nods. She takes a seat beside you.
  88.  
  89.  
  90. "So... what brings you here?"
  91.  
  92. > "Aside from this job? Not much, though meeting you was certainly a bonus."
  93.  
  94. "I'm not sure if you know this, but my family has been living in this house since before the Empire fell."
  95.  
  96. > "Brings back memories, huh?"
  97.  
  98. "Well yes, but that's really not important right now. What is important is why we're here."
  99.  
  100. > "I doubt we'll find the relic so easily... it could take months of searching."
  101.  
  102. "That's assuming we even do find anything, let alone how long that will take."
  103.  
  104. > "My job here is done anyway... but I will be in town for a while still."
  105.  
  106. "Hmm, well good luck then."
  107.  
  108. > "Why don't you be my luck? Show me around town a bit."
  109.  
  110. Jane looks down a bit.
  111.  
  112. > "What's wrong?"
  113.  
  114. "Nothing. Just thinking about something else."
  115.  
  116. > "Well why don't we meet up tomorrow anyway? Neither of us have anything better to do, right?"
  117.  
  118. "Yeah, that would be great."
  119.  
  120. > "Still, that leaves all the rest of today, and I haven't seen much to do while I've been in town."
  121.  
  122. "True, but I can think of at least one thing..."
  123.  
  124. > "Oh? What would that be?"
  125.  
  126. Jane smiles.
  127.  
  128. >
  129.  
  130.  
  131. >
  132.  
  133. You walk with Jane through the streets of town. She seems happy to see you again, though she does seem slightly distracted by some things going on around her.
  134.  
  135. Eventually you reach your destination: a small shop called 'The Blacksmith'.
  136.  
  137. > "So, what did you want to do here?"
  138.  
  139. "I wanted to buy something."
  140.  
  141. > "Alright, but still, what kind of shop is this place? I've never heard of it before."
  142.  
  143. "It's a blacksmith shop, but not just any old blacksmith. This one specializes in weapons and armor made from rare metals like gold or silver."
  144.  
  145. > "Doesn't sound very lucrative."
  146.  
  147. "No, but it's certainly profitable enough for me to keep running this shop."
  148.  
  149. > "Ah, so this is your cover job."
  150.  
  151. "Yes, I suppose it is."
  152.  
  153. > "You know, I could use something to do outside of the job. Why don't I work here for a while? I don't have anything better to do."
  154.  
  155. "Hmm...well, we're always looking for new people to help out. It's a good way to make money."
  156.  
  157. > "Sounds like a deal then."
  158.  
  159. You smile at Jane's words.
  160.  
  161. >
  162.  
  163. The pair of you head inside the shop and Jane shows you to a back room where several men are working. One of them looks up as he sees you enter, and speaks quietly to his companions behind him.
  164.  
  165. "Hey! What's this boy doing here?"
  166.  
  167. > "I'm here to learn the ropes."
  168.  
  169. "Oh? Well, if that's the case then come over here and let us show you how it's done!"
  170.  
  171. >
  172.  
  173. The man replies with a grin. He motions you over to one of the benches and sits down across from you.
  174.  
  175. He opens up a book on his lap and begins flipping through pages as he talks about various types of metalworking techniques.
  176.  
  177. >
  178.  
  179. The other workers look on, all of whom seem to be in their mid-twenties or younger. They all wear simple clothing consisting of leathers and cloths. Some even have animal pelts tied around their waists.
  180.  
  181. > "Interesting place you run, Jane."
  182.  
  183. Jane smiles at you.
  184.  
  185. >
  186.  
  187. She walks over to the bench nearest to her and sits down next to you.
  188.  
  189. > "I'm glad I got to meet you."
  190.  
  191. You sit there for awhile before she asks, "So what can I start off by asking you?"
  192.  
  193. > "Well... I'd like to know why you were chosen for our job, how you got involved."
  194.  
  195.  
  196. >
  197.  
  198. Jane smiles at you again.
  199.  
  200. > smile back
  201.  
  202.  
  203. > shift slightly, brushing against Jane's arm
  204.  
  205. > She blushes.
  206. > You continue "I was just wondering if you knew anything about this town."
  207. >
  208. Jane looks away from you and starts talking to herself.
  209.  
  210. > listen to what she says
  211.  
  212. "It's a small town, but it has its own unique charm. It doesn't really have any real industry, so most people here are farmers or fishermen. The only thing that does come out of this little hamlet is food and water."
  213.  
  214. > "So it's perfect for people like Dennis to act in."
  215.  
  216. > You nod your head.
  217. > You ask "And he's been doing something similar in other towns?"
  218. >
  219. Jane nods her head slowly.
  220.  
  221. "Yes, yes, he has." She answers.
  222.  
  223. "That makes sense." You reply.
  224.  
  225. > "It's getting late... I'm certain it would be pretty cold at my place."
  226.  
  227. > You nod your head.
  228. > You continue "How much do you charge for this sort of work?"
  229. >
  230. Jane stares at you, as if trying to figure out what you mean. Then she speaks up.
  231.  
  232. "Um... well..."
  233.  
  234. > "Could I perhaps stay with you for the night?"
  235.  
  236. >
  237. Jane looks down at her feet, then back up at you.
  238. > You continue "Would that be okay?"
  239. >
  240. She seems very hesitant to agree to such an offer. However, she eventually agrees.
  241.  
  242. >
  243.  
  244.  
  245. >
  246.  
  247. You walk into the house, closing the door behind you.
  248.  
  249. > "It's very nice here; where will I be sleeping, Jane? I don't see a guest room on the first floor."
  250.  
  251. >
  252. Jane smiles at you.
  253. > You continue "Well, I suppose we could go upstairs together, but I think you should sleep in the living room."
  254. >
  255. She looks surprised by your suggestion. She quickly turns around and heads towards the kitchen.
  256.  
  257. > "Jane, how old are you?"
  258.  
  259. >
  260. She looks over at you, smiling. She replies "Oh, I'm seventeen years old."
  261. > You say "Okay, goodnight then."
  262. >
  263. You turn around and leave the house.
  264.  
  265. > "Younger than I expected, I'm sixteen myself."
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