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« Reply #2385 on: December 06, 2009, 21:14:59 »

Notice: This is the first post in a sticky topic, and will repeat on every page.
Corrupt-a-Wish: Be careful what you wish for!

In this game, you grant somebody's wish, but with an unexpected twist.  Then you make your own wish.

Spoiler: How to play (click to show/hide)

Spoiler: Example (click to show/hide)


Other important rules:

The goal: What it is and what it isn't
The point of the game is to be clever and creative.  There are no winners and losers in this game, there are only those awesome enough to win TEH 1NT3RN3TZ.
The goal isn't to make a "foolproof" wish that is impossible to corrupt.  Not only do such wishes have the potential to ruin the game, but they also tend to be quite bland, both in the wish itself and in how its corrupted.  Believe me, it's nothing we all haven't seen before.

Off-topic discussion is bad
Try not to start off-topic discussions.  Believe it or not, just like with every other forum game in existence, this game's number 1 critical weakness is non-game discussion.  It's especially tempting to start an off-topic discussion when you feel your wish wasn't really corrupted.  For instance, if you say "I wish it was 70 degrees outside" and somebody responds "Granted.  Your thermostat is now stuck at 70 degrees.  Kelvin, that is," you may be tempted to point out that your wish was for it to be 70 degrees outside (the astute might also be tempted to point out that there's no such thing as "degrees Kelvin").  But don't.
Unless... (read on)

Side discussion is okay
Let me add an exception to that rule.  Off-topic discussion is allowed as long as you keep the game going in every post.  If you must comment on what somebody said, make an effort to play the game, too.
As long as every post corrupts the above wish and makes a wish of its own, any discussion on the side is perfectly fine.

Don't forget to make a wish when you post!
This is the easiest mistake to make!
If you really want to corrupt somebody's wish but can't come up with a good wish of your own, then just think of an object you wish you had.

But some will still forget, anyways.
In the event that somebody corrupts a wish without posting a wish of their own, and they don't edit a wish into their post within an hour, you can assume they aren't going to, and then you can just make a wish of your own to get the game going again.


Now then, let's begin:


I wish Saira was free.

Edit by Mod: Rules update: This topic is sticky, so this post is sticky on evey page. If the previous poster forgot to post a wish, ignore the post. If you don't every post from the moment where it went wrong will be deleted upto the post where things went correct (if any)
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« Reply #2386 on: April 15, 2017, 13:34:00 »

Granted, but every single moment you're not at work is now hell on earth.

I wish clickbait articles were illegal.
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« Reply #2387 on: April 15, 2017, 21:26:39 »

Granted. Hundreds of obscure news websites go out of business, all around the world, and not a single country trusts their government anymore.

I wish the level editor for FiNCK was easier to use.
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« Reply #2388 on: April 17, 2017, 12:26:33 »

Granted! Nifflas spends a few months designing a much better design tool to FiNCK and you make a great level... But since FiNCK isn't a very popular game, no one ever plays it.

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« Reply #2389 on: April 17, 2017, 18:38:25 »

Granted, but this time he/she's feeling well and YOU are sick. Role reversal rules!

I wish I was more patient before I post something here (yeah, it means that my attempt to get a job failed again >().
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« Reply #2390 on: May 12, 2017, 18:30:06 »

Granted. You wait for 10 long years, until you finally come up with the perfect reply for this thread. Unfortunately, by that time, the thread has already been closed and everyone has moved on to another forum game that's all the rage now. It's called "Add 1 to the number said by the previous user - Championship Edition".

I wish I could somehow "accumulate" and store all the energy and motivation I have on days when I'm too busy, so I can put those to good use later. I hate not wanting to do anything when I finally have some free time!
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« Reply #2391 on: May 14, 2017, 00:43:24 »

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Am i doing this right?



Granted, but whenever you plan on using that stored energy and motivation, you temporarily forget how to do whatever it is you were planning on doing.

I wish the LPChip 100 star level thingy was completely finished and released already.
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« Reply #2392 on: May 14, 2017, 01:51:41 »

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We are doing this in binary, right?



Granted, but it is the version of the level I made as an joke and never got around to actually sharing.
(WARNING: Mild sopilers to LPChip's level ahead. Maybe don't download if you are LPChip?)

I wish this whole "Add 1 to the number said by the previous user" gag doesn't overstay its welcome.
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« Reply #2393 on: May 14, 2017, 09:00:44 »

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Granted. It goes on for the rest of the lifespan of the Earth until it takes up the entire capacity of the internet, and it never gets boring!

I wish I could finish writing this message before we drive too far from home to be in range of our wi-fi because I'm going to have to stop writing whe
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« Reply #2394 on: May 14, 2017, 12:16:36 »

Mystery project status:
103/159 OCOs finished.

I forgot which number we're supposed to add 1 to. Is this the right one?



Wow. I'm speechless. I had no idea 9-ish screens of intentionally lazy design with default tilesets could be this hilarious.
My personal favourite was VG's area. It's absolutely spot-on.
(Also, i, uh... don't know how to respond to the Tileset 6 joke in my area. I mean, it's true, but...)



The thing StraightFlame is actually supposed to reply to, with the wish and stuff.
Granted, but because you managed to finish writing your wish, it makes absolutely no sense to anyone except you, and you end up having to wait 3 months until someone comes up with a decent corruption.
(And by that i mean 2 months on top of the (approximately) one month that it usually takes for someone to reply because the Nifforum currently has only, like, three or four active users.)

I wish the Nifforum had more than, like, three or four active users.
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« Reply #2395 on: May 15, 2017, 15:01:49 »

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I wish the Nifforum had more than, like, three or four active users.

Granted. There are now 200 new active users, but all of them are spam bots.

I wish the KS Level Editor was somehow compatible with all other PC games.
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« Reply #2396 on: May 15, 2017, 17:40:29 »

Holy fuck, did Firecat just reference my reddit comment from 8 months ago in this level? :shocked: And it fits so well, I almost had a heart attack...

Granted. You can now play any PC game in the KS Editor's window (However, the controlls are a bit clunky as you can only click on the layer buttons).

I wish I had an actual PlayStation 4 to play my Special Edition copy of Final Fantasy XV on.
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« Reply #2397 on: May 15, 2017, 23:49:05 »

Oh no! Ix missed his turn so we take a penalty! 3/17/6!


Granted, you have a PS4! Unfortunately your receiving it coincides with the beginning of nuclear war across North America, Europe and Asia. Billions are killed and civilisation is devastated. To make things worse, while this is happening, centuries of war between the Space Egyptians and the Jupiter Moon Martians come to an end and they ally together to invade Earth. The nuclear explosions destroy their ships and end their attempted invasion but the crashing alien vessels spread devastatingly toxic space-fuel across the planet.
You're one of the lucky thousands to survive and you still have your PS4 and your copy of Final Fantasy XV! But unfortunately there's very little food, no clean water and no working power.

I wish someone would compile links to all the posts in this thread and 'Could you do me a favour?' that reference the Space Egyptians and/or the Jupiter Moon Martians.
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« Reply #2398 on: May 17, 2017, 17:02:14 »

Granted. However, the Space Egyptians & Jupiter Moon Martians alliance notices this and assume you're trying to collect intel about them to prepare for an attack, so you're instantly vaporized by their orbital laser of doom and destruction. Your informant suffers the same fat--- HNGGFS...!!!!


I wish Talps and me wouldn't have been vaporized by an orbital laser of doom. Roaming the Internet as a cyber-ghost forever is highly inconvenient, to say the least.
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« Reply #2399 on: June 24, 2017, 14:20:02 »

Granted, instead everyone else is vaprorized.

A future version of yourself appears and destroys the orbital-laser-of-doom-shooting-satellite before it shoots the laser, thereby saving both of your lives! Unfortunately, while the majority of the satellite burned up in reentry exactly enough managed to survive to half crush future you, and you are unable to prevent yourself from slowly bleeding out under the wreckage. With the knowledge that this time loop must be closed, and will end in a very painful and prolonged death, you quickly fall into depression and your life around you crumbles. You become a total shut-in, avoiding any contact with any human, and avoid the Internet at all costs, as you're afraid that anything you do will speed up the process towards your death. This obviously is not very logical, but unfortunately your logic died along with the poor crushed body. Ultimately, though, you couldn't escape your fate, as inside your basement a wormhole opens and sucks you, and the entire world, into it. While everything is tossed into different places, you know exactly when and where you land, but at least by now you've learned to accept it. Talps, in comparison, lives a slightly happier life. But only slightly.

I wish I could focus on the DnD material I'm supposed to prepare instead of trawling sites I haven't been to in years.
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« Reply #2400 on: August 02, 2017, 16:44:04 »

Granted. All the content on the Internet is completely replaced with DnD reference material so you don't have a chance to get distracted.

I wish there were wacky secret bonus rooms (complete with Ambience track #22 or equivalent) hidden in real-life places.
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