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Tasks / Better The Devil You Know

Stalk a (consenting) SF0 player for one week. Build a shrine in their honor.

After one week the tables turn and that player stalks you and builds a shrine.

Do not interact with your stalker/stalkee during this time.

2 to 10 players
75 points
Level 4
Created by Meta tron

Terms: stalking, stealth

0 completed :: 8 in progress
Interested in collaborating on this: (no one yet!)


Comments


Please let me do this task +1
posted by Pixie on March 10th, 2010 7:39 PM

please let me do this task!

(no subject) +1
posted by A M on March 11th, 2010 4:10 PM

You're on -- but not until late April, when I'll have the time to properly stalk you.

you can't stalk me
posted by Pixie on April 1st, 2010 10:34 AM

your married now!!!
congratulations!!

I feel +1
posted by Dan |ØwO| on March 22nd, 2010 3:50 PM

1. A week is a long time.
2. Consenting = any sf0 member.

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posted by Lincøln on April 1st, 2010 11:19 AM

1. Agreed.
2. Agreed.

Well, they consented to be an SF0 player, right?
posted by teucer on April 1st, 2010 12:22 PM

Number two only works if you can talk them into stalking you back afterwards, though. (I'd be game for it and think that was a cool approach, except that I'd have to turn you down on the grounds of being busy with this task to begin with.)

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posted by Lincøln on April 1st, 2010 1:36 PM

Actually, I have never been happy with the second part of this task.

I like the idea of somebody stalking me and then building a shrine and then finding out about it through praxis.
I would hate to stalk somebody for a week, and then know that they'd then be stalking me. I would be much happier to do this task if the last part didn't exist.
But it could exist. The player that got stalked could choose to then stalk me or not, the thing is, I'd never know. That is exciting.

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posted by teucer on April 1st, 2010 1:43 PM

I like both versions. Yours has the fun of discovering through praxis that somebody's been stalking you, and that's got its own kind of excitement. This one's got its own kind of fun in the paranoia of running around for a week thinking "hm, is this likely to turn up if I'm getting internet-stalked?" and worrying about which SF0 people are likely to betray information to which others if asked nicely.

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posted by anna one on April 1st, 2010 1:55 PM

I think the second part is important, if only because it confirms the 'consenting' part. Though, it is hard to imagine turning down a collaboration, non-consensual stalkers really are super creepy.

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posted by Lincøln on April 1st, 2010 2:22 PM

OK, I think it's time to be serious for a second.

I do not advocate stalking.

Stalking is bad. Very very bad.

Speaking as somebody who has been stalked for real, by a deranged woman who stole all of my clothes and made me move into my car to escape, I do not condone or support or encourage stalking.

If it's real.

This however, isn't real. The reason any of us would stalk another player is simply to complete this task, with joy and fun and happiness in their heart. I approve of such stalking. As long as you don't steal all of my clothes including my favorite Doors shirt.

In fact, inspired by my desire to be stalked for real and for fun, I have created a new task that I would more enjoy.

I think this one is fine, but I just prefer not knowing.

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posted by teucer on April 1st, 2010 7:16 PM

Yeah, the creepy traditional flavor of stalking is decidedly No Fun. The mock-creepy but kindhearted kind something like this is for? That's cool.