Annihilageddon could have gone differently 🤔

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    My wife was checking cking the homework of some of her school kids and I told her chat gpt could have done better so I downloaded chat gpt to check. Sure enough it did 😂

    I then asked it to write a story about about the boardgame Annihilageddon and it spouted this beauty:


    In a world where imagination knew no bounds, a board game called “Annihilogeddon” emerged as a sensation, captivating the hearts and minds of players of all ages. Created by the enigmatic game designer, Victor Von Hexen, Annihilogeddon was far from ordinary; it was an adventure beyond the confines of reality.

    The game came packaged in a mysterious, obsidian-black box adorned with intricate arcane symbols. When players gathered around it, they found themselves transported into a realm where the line between reality and fantasy blurred. The board, a mesmerizing mosaic of colors and shapes, depicted a surreal landscape filled with towering spires, enchanted forests, and treacherous mountains.

    The objective of Annihilogeddon was simple: find the legendary “Eclipse Stone” hidden deep within the game world. However, getting there was an extraordinary odyssey. Players assumed the roles of unique characters, each with their own special abilities and backstories. There were knights with impenetrable armor, wizards capable of bending reality, and cunning rogues who navigated the game’s intricate puzzles.

    The game board itself was a marvel of enchantment. It would shift and transform in response to players’ decisions, creating an ever-evolving challenge. To progress, participants had to overcome riddles, defeat mythical creatures, and solve puzzles that seemed to defy the laws of physics.

    Annihilogeddon was not a mere board game; it was an immersive experience that tested the limits of strategy, teamwork, and creativity. Friendships were forged as players faced daunting challenges, and alliances formed and shattered in the quest for the Eclipse Stone.

    Victor Von Hexen, the reclusive creator, had disappeared after releasing the game, leaving players to speculate about his true intentions. Some believed he had hidden a real treasure within the game, while others thought it was a test of human potential.

    As players delved deeper into Annihilogeddon’s mysteries, they discovered that the game had a profound impact on their lives. It encouraged teamwork, critical thinking, and creativity, helping players grow as individuals. The game also became a symbol of unity, as people from all walks of life came together to experience its magic.

    Eventually, after years of exploration and countless adventures, a group of dedicated players reached the heart of Annihilogeddon’s world and found the Eclipse Stone. It was an iridescent gem that seemed to hold the power of the universe itself.

    With the Eclipse Stone in their possession, players could choose to end the game or continue the journey. Most chose the latter, as they realized that the true essence of Annihilogeddon was not in reaching the end but in the shared experiences and lessons learned along the way.

    Annihilogeddon became more than just a board game; it was a symbol of the boundless potential of human imagination and the enduring power of friendship and adventure. And so, the legend of Annihilogeddon lived on, inspiring generations to embark on their own extraordinary journeys, both within and beyond the confines of the game.


    Actually fairly impressed… I first asked it to write a short story about a dispute between Terry Pratchett and Chuck Palahniuk. Two of my favourite authors and it aced that too.


    Heh, not enough mindless funny violence for my tastes, I’ll stick to the original rather than this Jumanji rip-off XD

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