DocNiktMarr Posted January 13, 2018 Author Share Posted January 13, 2018 Heads up, if the name of the House starts with Ex-Heroes, there may be spoilers. Ex-Heroes Between the cops and the sudden rise of superheroes, Los Angeles seemed to be handling their gang problems Coins rather well. However, even more sudden than the rise of heroes was the rise of the undead. Dubbed Exes, these creatures came too fast for civilization to handle, causing a collapse of American Civilization as we know it. However, after Hollywood's fall, a group of Heroes have helped create and govern a new civilization in the mount, in the remains of an old movie studio. But even with a team of heroes to protect civilians, there's a threat hidden in the zombies that will make the battle between living and dead a bit more interesting... In the Ex-Heroes Series, pop culture officially died sometime in 2009. Thus, everything in the houses, from the clothes of civilians and zombies to the soundtrack, will have to have come before then. ROOMS: Facade: The Mount's (The Walled-off City) Vehicle dock, forgot its name, slightly opened. Exes line the queue, clicking their teeth and attacking guests. Guards on top of the Mount will snipe the exes and shout for the guests to enter. The "Hall of Heroes": An introduction to the Heroes. St. George appears in a windowed off area, breathing fire to fight exes, before bursting into the room, near the walkway, with an ex on his shoulder. Cerberus (a giant animatronic) bashes zombies while crushing one in her mech's grip. Zzzap appears via hologram (It'd be hard to do otherwise, he's basically electric light). Gorgon, played by an animatronic, stuns guests with his draining power (Really bright strobes hidden under his goggles). Regenerator is bitten but the wound heals. (His power was to fix others, but a zombie bite kinda did that power in). Finally, Stealth leaps down and dispatches two zombies in hand-to-hand combat. Scavenging Run: Some derelict Los Angeles buildings, with plenty of exes and some scavengers to keep them back. After going through a few, you'll get to the Seventeen's ambush, where the Mount's rig is damaged from a spike trap, and the Seventeens threaten you. From the Seventeen's Truck's driver side, the first Peasy zombie will pop out, threatening guests and showing off his bullet wound. The Talking Ex: Forgive the spoilers in the last scene. You pass the Ex holding cell, where one Ex will emerge and threaten guests. The next room has the Ex, fully feral, gnawing on Mark. Seventeen's Fortress: A powerless city. Powerless as in without electricity, not without defense and offense. You pass a cage full of Exes that stare at guests without the teeth thing. Then, you enter a building's rafters, where you hear Peasy giving his speech, with a zombie's head mouthing along to it. There will be miniatures of Cyrax and Peasy, both big guys, to make it seem like you're up high. Confrontation: The final bit. Starts with flashbacks: The the last transformation of Cyrax - explaining why the Seventeens have a giant undead demon, then the first infection - Regenerator's wife, after he tried to heal her after a preventable death. Then Regenerator is shot in the head, falling from a room in a hallway, as the heroes learn of his actions. Then you enter a room where the Exes try to break into the mount, lead by Peasy, this giant zombie that is also intelligent for a zombie. An Ex-Hero, Midknight, gets a room, as his powers continuing in undeath cause all the lights to go out, Peasy is weakened by Gorgon only for the next room to have Gorgon ripped in twain. Then you enter the mount, where Saint George fights Cyrax, complete with being bitten. The last room features Cerberus killing the giant, undead Seventeen. geez that was a mouthful. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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