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Post by The_Terror on Wed Nov 18, 2015 12:12 am

It was early in the morning. Very early. The cool morning breeze felt like heaven against the fur of a four-foot tall Mobian wolf who was out and about on a somewhat important task. The objective: set up flyers around town and the neighboring settlements to advertise a special event that was taking place today. The flyers depicted a tall, slim fox wearing a mask with plugins attached to the back of the mask as if it were some sort of artificial hair. The background of the flyer had the very same fox in several positions and poses that made him look heroic and ready for a battle of some sort. At the top of the fly in white, bubbly text were the words "Malware 2.0's Party. Open To The Public." At the bottom were details about the event. It seemed as though this event would take place at six-o-clock in the evening.
There was going to be alcohol and non-alcoholic beverages, free food, and lasers all accompanied by loud, somewhat obnoxious music created by various artists including Malware 2.0 himself. By the looks of the flyer, the event would be a rough, loud dance party. This was the kind of event that would attract the young and the reckless. This was the kind of event that would garner attention from the law. The event would be held near Lionel Lake in the old, abandoned mansion. That was what the flyer stated anyway. The wolf had already started pinning up the flyers. It was still early in the morning so the wolf was in no immediate danger of getting caught since the event was meant to be a surprise.
Within an extraordinarily short amount of time, the wolf was done with his goal. Pleased with his work, the wolf nodded and left as soon as he saw that the town he was in was becoming active with life. People noticed the colorful advertisement and were intrigued by the event. Many people instantly altered their plans for tonight because, honestly, who wouldn't go to a free event? Time passed by more and more, and, soon, it was getting close for the event to start. Once all those who wished to attend the event arrived, they were greeted by the sight of how the once abandoned mansion was beautifully renovated.
It seemed that someone was busy. The once corroded walls were replaced with new ones, the Windows were repaired or replaced, large posters depicting the image of Malware 2.0 hung from the balconies with pride, & a red carpet was placed on the grand staircase leading to the interior of the magnificent mansion. As soon as the guests entered, they were in a large, open space where at least thirty thousand people could fit in. The large space was similar to that of a large ballroom. In the middle was an elevated square shaped platform where the DJ would play. In the other room was the kitchen where tables were set up and delicious food was sprawled out on the tables. Under the tables were coolers that contained both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages for those with a thirst to quench.
In the large open space were several of Malware 2.0's employees making their final adjustments to the fog machines, lights, DJ equipment, amplifiers, lasers, lights, and whatever else required some modifications so that tonight's show would go on with no complications. The workers were also working on the cameras that seemed to be nearly everywhere in the mansion. The cameras generated an uneasy feeling amongst the guests since they knew they were being watched but reassured themselves by thinking that the cameras were there to watch for trouble. The workers finished the tasks set before them and exited the room. Before leaving, one of the workers flicked the lights on and off multiple times so that people would recognize the signal as a sign that the show was close to starting. The action was followed by a tremendous roar of excitement from the crowd who were eagerly awaiting for the arrival of Malware 2.0. It was nearly time to start the party and blast the roof off of this place.
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Post by Blitz Zhavanx on Thu Nov 19, 2015 2:25 pm

One such attendant, by the name of Dolavi, a brown-green hedgefox with quite the fluffy tail, was near a fire-place with a strange-looking canister and clay box. She then threw them in the trashcan and walked to the bar. "Vodka, 3 lemon slices, medium glass please." She asked for from the bartender. Either she washing down memories, or Dolavi was immune to getting drunk. Either way, she seemed just as innocent as everybody else here.

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Post by Dregan on Fri Nov 20, 2015 5:43 pm

It wasn't too long before the hedgefox was joined at the bar by another figure - one whom, if you were to know of purely on their credentials, you might be rather surprised to find at such an event. A genius scientist, working as a key leader on various projects for Dragon Corp. - the world renowned Pharmaceutical and Robotics giant - having been accredited as the inventor of the hover technology the company used in various products it produced.
Often listed as well, was this man's credentials outside of the scientific community, and in the world of the arts. The esteemed scientist was also apparently an esteemed painter, particularly popular for his figure painting. One of his more famous series of works was that of the distant 'purple lady', a beauty of indiscernible species, whom he had quoted as representing an 'unreachable love'.
The man was often touted as a genius, a prodigy. A figure rare to find in history.

What often went unmentioned however, was the fact he was also an extreeemely obnoxious teenager!

"Yo-yo, the motherf'ing Eer is in the hooouuuse!" the esteemed scientist declared, hopping up to sit in the bar itself as his feet came to rest on a chair.

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Post by The_Terror on Sat Nov 21, 2015 1:31 am

The bartender, a middle aged echidna with rough looks, didn't seem all too concerned with everything happening around him. How often did things like this happen at these types of parties? He did his best to give Dolavi the order that she gave him, but somehow flubbed the order. "Here you go," he told Dolavi, putting the drink down and sliding the glass down straight into her hand. When Eer announced his arrival, the echidna didn't seem all too amazed. Teenagers often went to these parties and presented themselves in a haughty manner. Without hesitation, or displaying annoyance for that matter, the echidna flatly asked, "Are you eighteen and/or over? If so what can I get you?"
Suddenly, all the lights in the house went dark. The large crowd took the darkness as a sign that the show was about to start and cheered loudly to express their delight. Once the roars of excitement ceased, a spotlight turned on and aimed at a figure in a mask whom was standing upon a staircase. The spotlight turned off and back on again. This time, the figure was in the bar. How exactly did he get there so quickly? He surely didn't have powers, did he? The spotlight turned off once more, the figure disappeared as soon as the spotlight turned off. Finally, the spotlight turned on and aimed at the elevated platform that was in the large room. The figure, a three foot six tall fox, emerged from the underneath the DJ equipment upon the elevated platform. The whole place erupted with an enormous roar of pleasure. "Malware 2.0, Malware 2.0, Malware 2.0," the crowd chanted, raising their fists up to the air to show their appreciation. The figure known as Malware 2.0 put on headphones and began to play a loud track.
The lasers came on and started to move erratically to the beat of the music, the lights flashed in sequence to the music, and, very few times, the fog machine spewed fog straight out into the crowd, covering the crowd in an artificial fog.

(Here's the song by the way: https://youtu.be/vxqmoVSf55k

And no, the song and future songs are not mine and go to their respected artists.
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Re: The Malware 2.0 Party.

Post by Blitz Zhavanx on Sat Nov 21, 2015 9:44 pm

"Well, guess he's a showoff." Dolavi muttured and sipped her drink. Wasn't perfect, but it was alright with her. Not like she can get drunk anyway, she was practically immune to it. And her last session of alcohol proved that (7 Liters). When she was done, she pulled out a cloth and rubbed the glass with it. She placed the glass on the bar and walked over to the Buffet table, grabbed herself a plate, and sat at an empty booth. She planly looked around as her tail swiveled  around, but for a moment, it looked smaller before going back to its large, unnatural fluffy nature.

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Re: The Malware 2.0 Party.

Post by Dregan on Tue Nov 24, 2015 5:54 pm

The ant raised an eyebrow to the bartender with an incredulous look.
"Buddy, the hell is 'eighteen and/or over'?" he sniggered slightly as the lights went down, "You can't be eighteen AND over unless you're into like, cloning and all that, you dig? And I ain't no motherf'in geneticist, you with me?"
Before he could continue his li'l tirade, he found himself being cut off by the crowd chanting;
'Malware 2.0! Malware 2.0! Malware 2.0!'
He was kind of... surprised. Whilst everyone here obviously knew the guy's name - it was plastered all over the posters after all - he didn't realise the guy was big-time enough to get this kind of reaction. He expected some kind of underground club DJ, not a musical sensation as the others seemed to be treating him. Well, you live and learn.
Leaning back towards the barkeep so he wouldn't have to raise his voice as much over the music, the ant entered a new line of questioning;
"Yo, this guy pretty popular? Famous?" he paused, "Or he just host these parties regular? Only, everyone seems to know who he is..."

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Re: The Malware 2.0 Party.

Post by Spekkal on Tue Nov 24, 2015 9:10 pm

"I don't know who he iiiiis, but he's hooot~"
Well that was some answer to the ant's enquiry. Although it was towards the bartender, another chimed it out amidst the loud and blaring music. This voice belonged to a griffon sitting beside the man. Their feathers were white, and they were... pink. Well, dressed pink. Pink heels, pink short dress that reached the knees (and stockings to boot!), and a pink ribbon in their deep red hair. For this kinda party, that look was really bright and a bit out of place. They seemed... not young, but about 20ish if not a little bit more. But that may have just been the make-up. And as they finished their sentence, they puckered their lipstick'd beak towards the masked fox.

Their pink-gloved fingers idly swirled a glass of wine in their hand, or well, what remained of it. And their pink eyes (deal lord this was a lot of shades of pink I'm not even joking) glanced the ant up and down with a curl of their beak. Then they made eye contact. "So cutie, what brings you here, mmmm?"
Unfortunately, she was planning to talk to Dolavi, but they seemed to move to be by themselves because she even opened her mouth. So unfortunately, this one was stuck with her instead.

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Re: The Malware 2.0 Party.

Post by The_Terror on Tue Nov 24, 2015 11:51 pm

"Right," the bartender hummed, confused by the ant's words. "I guess I'll get you something." Just like that, the bartender was willing to give the ant alcohol without even asking for identification. In response to the ant's last question, the echidna merely grumbled, "He calls nearly all those in the crowd the 'Lulz Train Movement.' Once they start on trolling, there ain't no stopping them. Or so they say." The echidna then looked around suspiciously For something or someone before leaning closer towards the ant. He then motioned him to lean in closer so that he could say something. "Between you and me, this new Malware took the name after the original. The original Malware was a crazy revolutionist Hell-bent on overthrowing the government so he could create an anarchist country where everyone would be equal and free without the government to rule over their lives. Then one day, that crazy revolutionist kid disappeared without a trace. So then someone- I don't know who- took up the name Malware and just put a two point zero at the end. Twice as annoying and twice as dangerous. I heard he has capabilities in hacking some of the most advanced stuff you've ever seen."
The bartender then ceased his giving of classified information and pushed away from the bar counter. One of the cameras then zoomed in on the bartender and transmitted classified information about the bartender to Malware's phone. Credit card info, arrest records, medical info, and everything you could imagine was now all in Malware's hand. Malware was a modern day magician, stealing from people without them even knowing it. He used his gloves to keep the music playing while he did something on his phone. Now, the echidna was going to be in a lot of trouble. All Malware had to do was wait. When the griffon puckered her beak at Malware, the modern day magician pointed at the griffon so he could electronically hack her phone, if she had one, and send a message. If she did have a phone, then the message would've read "Ca11 M3" and given out Malware's phone number. After that, Malware broke away from his DJing equipment to dance.
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Re: The Malware 2.0 Party.

Post by Blitz Zhavanx on Wed Nov 25, 2015 1:52 am

*Buurrrp* "Ahhhh, felt good to have real food for once. Oh, reminds me..." Dolavi took after her mother and siblings within the Manners area; ill-mannered. How burping reminded her to check her phone, is anyone's guess. "6 down, 1 ta go. Alright *sigh* Let's put the laddie in place." She mumbled to herself as she glue a piece of tin foil(?) to the plate then putting it under the couch-like leather seat. "Dalexi, ye' read me?" (Scottish Accent)

"Ja, bud ve go' a problem. Bujika iz having zome trouble in the backyard. Can'd place the Dingz 'till the guardz are gone." (German accent)

"Copy, lad. Be done quicker than me drunken test day, aye I be!" Dolavi cut the comm, pulled out her vapor-cigar, and headed to the other exit in the back ally. 

She opened the ally door and stepped outside. 'Two guards, same, double takedown.' She leaned on the unlocked door while looking around, her vapor-cigar in her mouth. Disabled cameras, 'Dalexi's' doing, for sure. All the wires were cut. "Say lads, pretty cold out, aye?" They didn't respond and shrugged/nodded. "Aye, well...time to get a move on. Sorry laddies." Before they knew it, both men were kicked 'there' and punched so hard, they literally were breathless. She grabbed both heads, "Ye might wan' te go t' a hospital after this, I've been told I punch very hard." She alerted them before KO'ing them. She picked up her vapor-cigar and walked back into the crowd, everyone oblivious to what she did.

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Re: The Malware 2.0 Party.

Post by Dregan on Fri Nov 27, 2015 5:56 pm

Well hello~ If there was anything Eer liked, it was the ladies. Admittedly 'cutie' wasn't his preferred compliment, but whatever, this new griffon seemed to be into him. Well, I mean, of course - he was the motherf'in Eer, Eer gets aaall the chicks. Thus, the ant opened his mouth to respond, and shut it again as the bartender interupted.
Staring at the echidna through the speech, the ant's expression slowly changed in an interesting way. One eyebrow just kept raising, whilst the other slowly lowered. It's like someone had set each one to tween in opposite directions for the duration of the man's speech.

"...'Lulz Train Movement'...?" the ant echoed back, "...'One they start on trolling, there ain't no stopping them'...? You... you serious bro?" allowing enough of a pause to ascertain that the man was, the young man just stared into the middle distance, that look still fixated on his face, "Oh god..." He downed his drink.

Pausing a few seconds, he turned on his seat to watch the crowd. To watch the 'Lulz Train Movement'.
"I thought I was going to super sweet rave party..." his voice raised an octave, "But this...? This is the... lamest, most dorky thing I've ever heard of... and I work in a goddamn lab..."

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Re: The Malware 2.0 Party.

Post by Spekkal on Sat Nov 28, 2015 12:45 pm

The griffon propped her head up on the counter with her hand a light smirk on her beak, and with her other hand she took a small, elegant sip of her drink. She continued to swirl the leftover liquid in the glass as she spoke; "It's adorable in a way, isn't it?" she commented to the side, taking another glance at the lead of the operation - Malware 2.0. Unfortunately for him, she didn't have a phone on her. And there was a particular reason for that, but that had nothing to do with the party or the company at hand. The gaze was locked for a few moments, before turning once again to the bartender and the genius scientist.

"But they're having such a goood time, I'm sure it's harmless," she said, twirling the strands of her crimson hair with her finger like a thread. After all, they all seemed to be enjoying themselves - even Malware was dancing along to his own music. ...Even if the music was a little obnoxious. Her interest rose with Eer's words, and her tongue swiped across her teeth, before biting those lips. Well. Birds don't have lips. But you get the idea. "A lab? Ohoho... I always liked men with big brains~" she settled her glass down onto the counter, and leaned forward with a slight pucker; "C'mon, honey, tell me what you do!"

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Post by The_Terror on Sat Nov 28, 2015 9:46 pm

Everyone was unaware of the chaos ensuing between Dolavi and the guards. Everyone except Malware of course. In that tower of his, Malware had equipment that would indicate whenever a set of cameras were down. Malware grew concerned about the downed set of cameras yet expressed no worry. Even if he did, his facial expressions were concealed by his mask. While Malware reprogrammed the cameras by pointing at them, the next song played. The vibrations played throughout the house and reverberated throughout everyone's bones. The cameras focused on Dolavi just as she reintegrated with the crowd. The cameras in the kitchen focused on Eer after his negative comment. After a few minutes of recording their intended target, the cameras sent a signal to a computer that was off-site. The very same computer then scoured the surface web and the deep web for any info regarding the two shown in the video. Privacy was basically a lie.
Malware now had access to all the nasty little secrets that were meant to be hidden from the public. Now he had to slip pass through any anti-hacking systems meant to keep someone like Malware out. If Malware was successful, he could send some obnoxious, stupid material from the internet. For now, Malware had to make it seem like he wasn't hacking anyone.
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Post by Blitz Zhavanx on Sun Nov 29, 2015 12:25 am

Dolavi. Dolavi, Dolavi, Dolavi, the most hidden person of interest. Malware had access to everything about Dolavi. And by everything, he had nothing. Dolavi doesn't exist. You try to gain info about her, you'll be directed to a page with audio that played the Troll-lololol song with such a face. Dolavi is her real name of course, but besides a small physical, there's nothing. GUN, the SS, and Detective agencies have never gotten anything on her at all other than knowing she has two brothers; Bujika & Dalexi. There would be a last name for them, but it's been 'Classified'. The trio have a 2nd sister, but the data is unreadable. 

But like their mysterious sister, they have a nack for technology and programming. The more Malware was searching for info, the more of his data they stole. Though it was more like copying with a Trojan Horse decoy. 

Dolavi smiled and looked straight at the camera. "Lights out, darkness in." Suddenly, all of the lights went out for 5 seconds before going back on as well as the camera system. Dolavi was no where to be found. 'Give me more info like you have been, 'Malware', soon I'll know everything.' She thought to herself as she glared at the upside-down Malware from her hidden spot.

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Post by Dregan on Fri Dec 04, 2015 10:37 pm

'Adorable' wasn't exactly the word Eer would use for the movement. I mean, he did have to find this whole 'Lulz Train' business pretty funny. The only real difference was, unlike many people who were laughing along with the idea, he was more laughing at them. Little did he know that that attitude right now was getting himsome unwanted attention...

Still, for the time being his focus was with the young woman who seemed to be paying him all sorts of compliments. There was no way the ant's ego was gonna let those just pass on by!
"Yo, you know it, Eer's got the biggest..." he paused for a second, "....'brain'. What I do is things you couldn't even imagine - though I mean, a pretty lady like you could always be given chance to visit the world of Eer on any ol' night, you dig?" he grinned broadly, "Maybe some time you could come... 'tour the lab', you with me?" It was at times hard to tell if the ant was attempting to flirt, or if he was just saying things he thought sounded like flirting.

As he babbled away, Malware's threads weaved their way through the canvas of the internet, attempting to embroid for the hacker an image of just who this ant was. Information was... scarce and odd. Some contradictory - some seemingly purposeful misinformation mixed in with the fact. Not only that, a lot of information seemed to be... heavily encrypted. Nothing much to Malware's genius, but then again, some of it was vague as to why it was encrypted so heavily, with so much of it being non-sensical useless information. One particular example included tracing through multiple gates and firewalls across various countries just to get the phrase; 'Eer gets all the chicks'. How... charming?
Still, he wasn't a complete enigma. A few pieces of information could be gathered.
One, was that he was a high-ranking member of Dragon Corp., acting as one of their top scientists. Not only that, he was also working as a part-time tutor of robotics in a Dragon-Corp.-owned school on the outskirts of one Trinus city - despite some of the students there being even older than him.
It was also relatively easy to find bits and pieces about his art. He'd had a few minor exhibitions here and there, and made something of a minor name for himself. He had a particular penchant for particularly attractive women - his most popular subject being 'the purple lady', a seemingly untracable woman. Many seemed to believe her real, though none had any accounts of value stating they'd ever truly seen her.
There were various photos around the internet too, of the figure at parties such as this one. He seemed to enjoy quite the wild life, drinking hard, and partying right up the walls. Sometimes literally it seemed - there was the odd picture of him around just casually walking upside-down on the ceilings of these places.
Still, all around, even with all these accounts, there was something consistently... odd about the young man. The name 'Eer'. Just 'Eer'. For all his achievements, no full name seemed to be listed for the young man anywhere, and not much in the way of tracable history. As if he'd just sort of... popped up one day under that name.

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Post by Spekkal on Sat Dec 05, 2015 5:15 pm

There was a momentary hesitation at Eer's words. This was flirting. This was definitely flirting to... some extent. And quite frankly, it was absolutely hilariously awful. She froze for but a second, as if they were contemplating... something, but that glimmer vanished with the moment, and she laughed heartily. Her hand found itself on the ant's shoulder, and those fingers played with the fabric of his clothing, then the hybrid leaned forward with a little giggle and her other hand against her mouth.

"Ohoho! Maybe another time, handsome," she replied with a bat of her long black eyelashes, "I'm only here to enjoy myself... but, hahah... but in that manner. Okaaay?" She then grabbed the ant's hands with a delicate gloved touch, and leaned so for forward that her beak an inch away from his face. "So come on, babe, dance with me on the dance floor!" Her pink eyes sparkled with an adorable joy, and her face beamed with excitement at the very idea. She may have called the Lulz Movement cute, but it had nothing in her expression right now.

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Re: The Malware 2.0 Party.

Post by The_Terror on Sat Dec 05, 2015 6:26 pm

Malware was smart. Perhaps too smart for his own good. All that data that Dolavi had stolen was actually other people's confidential information. The strange thing concerning the misleading data was that it was in various Native American languages, some of which were now dead. The only thing that was in English was Malware 2.0's personal info. The info was perfectly outlined and listed all of Malware's strengths, weaknesses, residence, and relatives. The data was organized in the following:

Name: Sir Fartsalot 
Age: 56895438074331806485774938
Strengths: Incredible flatulence power, muscular, tough, and invincible.
Weaknesses: Sad face when people look at this profile, involved with various damsels in distress, and can't hold down a job. BOO FUCKING HOO.
Occupation: Lemon Party affiliate.
Residence: Two fingers away from the thumb.
Extra notes: SCREW YOU!!!!!

The profile was a very crude, infuriating joke made by Malware himself. It was childish and stupid. In fact, it wasn't even clever. Then again, Malware 2.0 was so full of himself that he believed whatever joke he made, it was the most clever, funniest thing on Mobius. Malware had wiped his actual info long ago and stole someone else's identity. Two could play the mystery man game. As for Dolavi's lack of info, the solution was pretty easy. Create a profile of her and put in incriminating false information about her and give it to the police. When the lights turned off, Malware kept his composure. He knew he was under attack, but he also knew that he could remain in his spot and win the battle.
The crowd expressed their disfavor when the lights turned off, but Malware was quick to fulfill their desire for music was everything booted back up. As the lights, lasers, fog machines, and music did their jobs, Malware quickly went back to hacking through Eer's info. He was able to get through some of the data, but the rest had to broken through for a later time. As far as Malware could rearrange this, delete that, and add in this, he could do anything he wanted. As for the encrypted data, Malware put it in a secure folder so that he could try and make sense of it later.
For now, a party was going on and Malware had to do his job. But which part of his job did he have to do? Did he have to hack or did he have to party? Either way, he was still accomplishing something. Suddenly, Malware forgot to get the griffon's information. How could he have forgotten? The cameras focused on the griffon and attempted to find info about the female. She wasn't really a high-priority target. In fact, she was more so going to be an example that the LulzTrain Movement's reach was not bound by any sort of limitations that people think they can put on them. Morons, Malware thought to himself. Hope you have a good day in the morning because I'm about to ruin your life and it's gonna be pretty funny.
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Re: The Malware 2.0 Party.

Post by Blitz Zhavanx on Sat Dec 05, 2015 10:52 pm

Dolavi was smiling as she reached to her left hand and ripped the skin off. But no, it wasn't skin, it was an artificial covering of her mechanical left hand. She reached out with her left hand and used a DNI Interface program. Dolavi wasn't a full mobian, she was a cyborg, just like her sister. Boom Muthafucka. She hacked Malware's terminal and on the display screen in front of him showed digitized words: I AM the Internet, Malware. What about you? All 5 W's and the H apply when questioning you, so let's play a game. You give me true info, and I don't fuck up your life. Let's begin.


Name: Malware 2.0
Age: 26
Occupation: Kidnapper, Prick to society, and Nation-Wide Wanted man for the murder of 22 Political figures.
Bounty: $800,000 for M. 2.0, Dead Or Alive.
Gender: Multi-Gender (Didn't see that coming did ya?)
Affiliations: Known to be in the claws of Dr. Robotnik as a prototype Sleeper Agent. Also a sad, young Hacker-wanna-be.


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Re: The Malware 2.0 Party.

Post by Dregan on Sun Dec 06, 2015 2:23 am

Back on the dance floor, Eer remained completely unaware as to the digital pissing contest Dolavi was attempting to have with Malware. To be fair, in general he was unaware of all of the digital shenanigans going on. If he was being more attentive... he'd perhaps noted an alert on his phone saying that some of his little security traps online had been breached. At a party like this though? Yeah, he couldn't hear or feel ANYTHING over that bass.

Instead, his focus was on the pink figure before him. Well... the response wasn't exactly what he'd intended... but he was totally in there, hell yeah. Like, she'd called him handsome. He was obviously doing something right!
"Dance? Sure, why the hell not?" he grinned broadly, allowing himself to be dragged over. He wasn't great at dancing. Well, no, that was a lie. He was the motherf'in Eer, he was the best at dancing! Though there wasn't exactly room for breakdancing on a floor like this... Still, he was pretty apt when it came to grinding and grooving, and he assumed that'd be enough in this environment. It was certainly what he was planning in this environment, what with a lot of the more... attractive young women in the audience. Maxie included.

Pausing for a moment as the music lulled slightly, he took a glance Malware's way. Whilst he seemed to be... DJing, all good and well, there were the odd hints of distraction in his movement. He wasn't texting or something below the sightline of that desk was he?
"Yo DJ, you busy or somethin'!?" he shouted up, "C'mon, pick this party up a bit!"

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Re: The Malware 2.0 Party.

Post by Spekkal on Sun Dec 06, 2015 1:10 pm

Now unlike the other two, there wasn't any sort of digital traps or walls preventing Malware from obtaining information. Because they didn't seem so incredibly important that they required it. Bar the standard procedures around general medical and personal information that was usually guarded to SOME degree, but that was nothing to the skills of Malware, it was pretty easy access.

But it was quite odd. In fact, there didn't seem to be much regarding this 'Maxie' person. They weren't on any registered documents, like they didn't exist. The name simply wasn't printed anywhere, neither was the face. To a degree. Looking at medical documents, however, held another story. Seemed to link this woman with a man named 'Maxwell', who looked exactly the same as this griffon except without the long red hair and the cute, female exterior. There were mentions of this 'Maxie' woman being a case of a possible Dissociative Identity Disorder from Maxwell, but was never actually confirmed or diagnosed as true. The Maxwell person also seemed to hold a past of severe depression due to conflicting and repeated family issues. It was quite easy at this point to just assume that Maxie was actually Maxwell, and that the chick on the dance floor was actually a dude.

And of course, they were entirely unaware of the digital malevolence that was happening at this very moment, like everyone else bar Dolavi and their cheesy attempt to one-up Malware 2.0. Unlike Eer, however, the griffon was... fantastic at the dance floor. It was quite a sight to see. Their hips swayed with the beat on point, rear shaking included, fingers clicked with the tune of the music, and her movements were incredibly elegant and thought out for such a party. It was alluring, hypnotising, impressive. And the second Eer had finished speaking up to the DJ, she reached forward to interlock her gloved fingers with his own, to well, dance together.

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Re: The Malware 2.0 Party.

Post by The_Terror on Sun Dec 06, 2015 9:44 pm

Dolavi's message to Malware 2.0 made him laugh. It was amusing to see Dolavi attempt to one-up him. In fact, Malware 2.0 found her to be pretty ignorant of the way she was going around of doing this. The way she and Malware 2.0 were doing this constant battle was similar to a tug of war battle with neither truly getting over their opponent. Malware 2.0, however, was a lot smarter than the average hacker. And he knew it. He was alerted about a profile that was set up rather poorly. Sad wannabe hacker, thought Malware 2.0, questioning Dolavi's choice of words for creating this profile. He knew it was Dolavi since he was engaged in a cyber war with her. If Malware 2.0 wanted to, he could ignore this since no one would take this as legitimate.
Just to be safe, Malware simply deleted the 2.0 everywhere it appeared. Now the original Malware would be in trouble if it ever came. Before Dovai could do anything else to Malware 2.0, the black-hat hacker sent a message to his Lulz Train Movement which consisted of nearly everyone in the crowd. The message read, "DDoS. Lulz Train Trolling on. For the LULZ O)_(O." The message was childlike and made little sense to someone not involved in the hacking business, but the Lulz Train Movement knew exactly what to do. Almost everyone took out their phones, tablets, and whatever other electronic device that could connect to the internet. "0Kay, baby. 1 W1ll g1v3 y0u s0m3 1nf0. H3r3 y0u g0," Malware sent the following message to Dolavi. This cyber war was now coming to an end very soon. The Lulz Train Movement, Malware included, sent so much information to the networks providing internet access to the mansion and the surrounding areas that they were no longer responsive, meaning that the internet, Malware's hacking gear, Dolavi's arm, and everything else essential to hacking were now useless and could no longer be used for nefarious purposes. It was going to take a very long time for the networks to get back up.
Malware had successfully gained one over Dolavi by doing something so simple and so primitive. He embarrassed her. Now Malware could get back to the party. All of the Lulz Train Movement members put their devices away and began cheering and high-fiving each other before dancing again. Looks like Maxie's personal information was safe, for now. Once Eer told Malware to play a song, Malware 2.0 showed Eer the finger you put up when you really like someone. He wasn't about to let Eer tell him what to do, but as soon as he saw Maxie interlock her fingers with his, he decided to put the two on spot by playing a slow, romantic song and deactivating everything except for the music and a spotlight for the two to dance under. This was going to be hilariously awkward. That was what Malware thought at least.
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Re: The Malware 2.0 Party.

Post by Blitz Zhavanx on Mon Dec 07, 2015 2:10 am

Pathetic. 'Bujika, you got the data?'

'We did. every single byte. Not only that, but we manage to get an entire list of every single component link to Malware's software. It's all ours, including but not limited to; Internet Validity, Data storage, protection protocals, even manage to put each virus into it's own hard-drive. Come on out, we're gettin' paid today. Slushies're on me.'

Wonderful~ Let's leave him a message,

1t w45 w0nd3rful t0 t4lk 2 u, m41t3. Th3 1337 l4ngu4ag3 15 hard t0 c0m3 by. 0h w3ll... Ju5t th0ught u 5h0uld kn0w, 1 t00k 3v3ryth1ng--1nclud1ng all 0f y0ur d4t4 5t0r4g3. BTW, y0ur pr0f1l3 15 p3rm4n3nt, n0w. T00dl35!
 

With that said, Dolavi made herself scarce in seconds, her cyber hand completely fine.

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Re: The Malware 2.0 Party.

Post by The_Terror on Mon Dec 07, 2015 2:28 am

(I don't think you should reply to this topic any longer, Blitz).
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Re: The Malware 2.0 Party.

Post by Dregan on Thu Dec 10, 2015 9:08 pm

Eer, unfortunately for Malware, had no real sense of shame. All he truly had was a large ego, and a sense of reality centred around the idea that he was goddamn awesome, and that everyone around him was just begging to be part of that reality with him at the centre. Primarily the chicks, of course. And in his mind well... romantic music? This one was practically being set up for him!
Malware may've been an awkward dork - quite a short tempered awkward dork, judging from that finger - but by the looks of things, he knew how to be a bro. He shot a thumbs up to his apparent wing-man with his one free hand, before pulling it back in to wrap around Maxie and pull her close, before leading with that clasped hand.

He wasn't exactly what one would call... 'great at slowdancing'. In fact, to refer to anything he was doing as 'slow' would be a lie right now, as he went at somewhere close to two-to-three times the pace he probably should be, dragging Maxie around the room, with the occasional pick-up-and-twirl, regardless of the poor griffon's cooperation.
In the end, he had all the movement for a surprisingly decent dance. In terms of grace however? That'd probably depend how much Maxie actually went along with it.

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Re: The Malware 2.0 Party.

Post by Spekkal on Sat Dec 19, 2015 3:46 pm

((I'm so sorry for the late reply, my writers block has been godawful recently! ;-; ))

Well, they certainly didn't expect the spotlight on them. With Malware nature, she didn't anticipate him setting them up for this of all things. And Eer himself seemed to be fine with this attention, hell, he revelled in it. It was, if anything, terribly embarrassing. She just hoped that this dude didn't end up, like, falling for them or something. Now that'd be signs to bail as soon as possible.

Still, for the moment, under the gaze of all else, she went along with it. And the griffon certainly kept their pace up, if not more so to the point where she was, very subtly, guiding Eer with his own movements. A foot adjustment here, a hand pulling Eer's own gently to move with the beat. Even her wings and tail moved where they should. Every action was smooth, precise, and impressive. While Eer was overeager and quick to impress, Maxie had more intent on the quality of the dance itself. And needless to say, with both of them together, it looked... fantastic.

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Re: The Malware 2.0 Party.

Post by The_Terror on Wed Dec 23, 2015 10:31 am

(It's all cool in the neighborhood, yo! Seriously, you're fine. I've been focusing more so on setting up several things and taking care of roleplays on other sites.... Which reminds me of one that I've been neglecting. Damn it... Anyway, my replies may be slower than usual.)

Malware had a brief moment of delight in what he thought was anxiety dwelling within the two that he had put up for show. In fact, he was on the verge of laughing until he noticed that the tables had turned. Eer actually thought that Malware was helping him score. As for Maxie, she went along with the whole entire set-up. Stupid! Stupid! Stupid! Stupid! Stupid, Malware degraded himself internally as he bashed his forehead against his deejaying equipment, causing it to momentarily malfunction. Now how was he supposed cause emotional distress between these two? As Malware contemplated different methods to accomplishing his secondary goal- keep in mind that Malware was still trying to steal or at least create fraudulent data to keep those involved arrested for his own amusement -the crowd cheered on Eer and Maxie as the two danced under the spotlight.
Wait a minute. That's it! Malware snapped his fingers once he had formulated a plan out of habit and excitement. He was going to set these two up through a series of dates that will consist of awkward moments and disastrous results. Malware's plan was that of a romantic comedy movie's plot. Malware was going to get a real kick out of what he was about to do. All Malware had to do was take advantage of the opportunities once they arise. And the current opportunity was just begging for Malware to take advantage of it.
Malware skipped over to another slow dance song with the lyrics telling the story of a man who fell in love at first sight. Originally, Malware was going to play the Titanic love theme, but ultimately decided against it since he found the song to be overrated. Hopefully, the song would produce the desired effect that Malware was seeking. A few whistles were heard from the large crowd along with a few members shouting "Kiss her" at Eer. The song was so moving that the majority of the crowd began to find a partner to participate in the slow dance. Malware took notice of this but merely shrugged it off since his focus was mainly on Maxie and Eer. Now, the masked fox would egg Eer on to kiss the griffon, but there was one problem. The black-hat hacker refused to speak. He often relied upon technology as his method of communication.
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