[[ABOUT]] | [[CREDITS]]
[[PLAY]]<p align="center">You are $player.(if: $journal is true)[ | [[Journal]]](if: $bonus is true)[ | (link-goto: "!", $bonus_name)](elseif: $bonus_info is true)[ | (link-goto: "?", "bonus")](else:)</p>(set: $previous to (history:)'s last)(set: $bonus_info to false)Hello! This is an example of a Bonus Scene. These scenes are supplementaries to the main story, and can be clicked whenever you see a **!** in the header.
Bonus Scenes are optional, and can be missed, but if you've completed the main game already, you can try to find them all!
(link-goto:"Return.", "$previous")Hi, I'm Moxie Mattecat, and I made this game bc I wanted to try and make short little text adventures about legoes.
> [[Return.->TITLE]]Moxie Mattecat / Dream or Decay made this!
> [[Return.->TITLE]]Okino decided to leave Ninjago City shortly after he was freed from Prime Empire . He wanted to explore the world outside of the game, and while some of the other former NPCs were content with city life, Okino could not say the same for himself. He wanted to see where the limits of the real world were, or if it was truly endless. There would be many dangers on his journey, many perils, but Okino was confident he could survive.
It helped that his new body wasn't quite human. While the humans who had gotten stuck in the game had regained their bodies, Unagami could not conjure flesh and blood for the NPCs. Okino never got hungry or thirsty, and his form appeared to be indestructible, though he didn't test it after discovering he could feel pain. Some of the other NPCs, Racer 7 among them, had volunteered to be studied, so that others and themselves could learn more about how they functioned. Okino didn't feel a need.
With no need for supplies, and no money to buy them, Okino left without saying goodbye.
> [[Continue.->intro]](set: $player to "Okino")(set: $bonus_info to true)<div id="stats">(display:"stats")</div>The desert was vast, and once the city's skyline disappeared from the horizon, Okino had no way to tell where he was. He sighed. Though he felt the hot sun beating down on him, his body didn't overheat, which, he supposed, he was grateful for.
Looking down, he spotted something scurrying in the sand near his feet. Okino jumped back in alarm.
The lizard hopped up on its hind legs and hissed at him. Okino relaxed. "You're a brave creature," he said, kneeling down to examine it. "But you can't do me harm."
> [[Continue.->intro 2]]<div id="stats">(display:"stats")</div>He couldn't restrain a yelp. The creature resembled the earlier lizard, but much larger, rising a head taller than him and hissing. Frills flared out around its head and it reared up on its hind legs, dancing in circles around him.
Okino scrambled to his feet. "Is it a fight you want?" he said out loud. "I mean you no harm."
The lizard lunged. Okino tripped and tumbled in the sand, barely avoiding the creature's claws. He was quick to right himself again.
"Fine," he said. "I may not be armed, but I am not defenseless."
He took a step back and watched the lizard carefully.
> [[Continue.->tutorial battle]]<div id="stats">(display:"stats")</div>The lizard pranced around him, hissing and occasionally swiping with its claws. Okino dodged when he had to and kept watching for an opening.
Up on its hind legs, its underbelly was exposed. Its tail thrashed around much like the one he detached from the smaller lizard. Its eyes were trained on him as it circled.(click: "underbelly")[
Okino tried to swing a kick into the lizard's belly and was acutely reminded of its claws. They dug into his leg and threw him off balance. He didn't fall, but in his haste to stay upright, he withdrew his leg before it connected.](click: "eyes")[
Okino reached down and tossed sand into the lizard's eyes. It blinked rapidly, but was otherwise unaffected. Looked like desert creatures had defenses against sand in their eyes.](click: "tail")[
Okino dodged to the rear of the lizard and stomped down hard on its tail. It disconnected and convulsed in the sand. The base of the tail hit him in the face, but the lizard screeched and fled the scene.
> [[Continue.->tutorial end]]]<div id="stats">(display:"stats")</div>Okino breathed a sigh of relief and picked up the notebook and pen.
The notebook was empty. "Of course," he said, flipping through it. "I wouldn't be rewarded with anything interesting."
Still, maybe he could use it for something.
> [[Continue.->sea of sand]](set: $journal to true)<div id="stats">(display:"stats")</div>The lizard slowly lowered itself back on all four legs, still eyeing him. Okino watched as it scurried towards a stubby cactus. He managed to grab it by the tail–and gasped when the lizard fell to the ground, the tail still thrashing in his grip.
"Incredible," he said, looking at the squirming tail, detached from the lizard and yet moving on its own. It was actually pretty gross. He dropped it and watched the lizard flee.
Next to the cactus, Okino spotted what looked to be an old notebook, complete with a pen. Curiosity got the better of him.
Just as he reached for it, the sand erupted.
> [[Continue.->tutorial battle intro]](set: $previous to (history:)'s last)(I'LL FIGURE OUT SOMETHING TO PUT HERE LATER)
> (link-goto:"Return.", "$previous")Double-click this passage to edit it.<div id="stats">(display:"stats")</div>it's the sea of sand babey (this is as far as I got lol)