There are so many embarrassing bits here, I don’t even know what to say about them. These are likely to all be circa 1987.
This is a story I think I wrote as a summary based on a story in some kind of game module. I don’t think I invented the names or events, but I am not really sure.
I was apparently obsessed and I mean obsessed with my set of characters from the Zigor family. I have character sheets for Zigors 1-7 billion or so.
Yes, I even invented a country run by Zigor, called, naturally Zigorous. It had some fair laws and a pretty bizarre coat of arms.
Also, Zigor had a giant robot. I don’t know how or why, but he did.
…and, of course, a ridiculously elaborate castle that would have taken about 10 million workers 5 million years to build.
(and in the castle, all the servants slept in a giant room…what did they need privacy for?)
The contents of the castle storerooms and the many exotic trained animals including 3 T-Rex and a dragon. Training a dragon? No problem!
My best recollection is that I was a dungeon master sometime around 1987 and I wanted to make clear the objective of a quest I was running, so I wrote it in big letters on a sheet of paper. This piece of paper is now used to inspire Agent Bishop to remember to find his princess.
Now, a couple of samples of Zigor art and character sheets. I have a ton more, but this is probably more than you need to see already…
I “invented” this weapon. It is suspiciously identical to, um, Spiderman’s web shooters, but, please don’t tell anyone on me.
Here’s a character from some other game, I can’t recall which game, but you may notice a slight resemblance to The Punisher. Kind of like my lasso shooter, I apparently liked to rip off comic books in my role-playing adventures.