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Diesel the Protagonist

Known As

Scott Dixon
Dr. Blaise di Mercurio
Zane Bloomquist
Diesel the Protagonist

on MUX as

The Bon-Vivant

Has Been

Frat Social Chair
Chief of Engineering
Future Broadway Star

Apparent Age

Mid to Late 20s?

Played By

Brad Pitt


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Start by admitting from cradle to tomb
It isn't that long a stay
Life is a cabaret, old chum
It's only a cabaret, old chum
And I love a cabaret!
Why are we here? What is our purpose? What is the meaning of life? All questions humanity's asked itself for millennia.

And we still don't know. Oh, sure, there've been theories. Millions of people have died over them! And yet: millennia, and no one's pinned it down.

So fuck that. What we do know is this: we've each got, what, maybe 70, 80, 90 years? A century at the outside, and all that's if you're lucky. Might die tomorrow. Might die in ten minutes. All you're promised is one life. All you're promised is now. But that's still a hell of a promise.

Eat the cake. Drink the wine. Smell the flowers, climb the mountain, watch the sunset, blast the music, kiss that new friend, take a chance. Life's for living. Live the shit out of it until it makes you stop.

Because it will.

Archetype Roster Concept 

Today you shall party, for tomorrow you'll probably die. Live life to the fullest, enjoy every last thing you can, and always leave a fabulous corpse. The world is ending - drink up!

In the Facility

Facility Persona

Maybe it's because he started out in here, but the Bon-Vivant seems to take the place fairly well. He joins in the discussions about what's reality for them and where they are and even what it might mean, but it may be more for the discussion than the topic; he's curious, not concerned. Similarly, he's as prone to experimentation as anyone, but it's aimed at seeing what his surroundings can do, not at finding potential weak points or means of escape. He's interested in just about everything around the place, though the Anywhere Rooms in particular are a fascination. He does seem to care about the trauma the 'older' archetypes are going through, and that of the newly arrived, as well, but isn't always quite certain what to do about it. He does his best to explain things to those even newer than he is when it falls to him, but all in all he'd kind of rather it fell to someone else, if it's all the same to them. It's still weird to him that he doesn't know how he knows some of the things he does know, the things he knew before he became Scott, but it's easier now that he has a 'life' to draw from. He largely deals with the past by focusing on the present and near-future, when he can.

He's friendly, outgoing, and enthusiastic; inclined to be doing something most of the time. Apparently he can entertain himself, even if he'd usually prefer company. He's spent a fair bit of time figuring out what food and (largely alcoholic) drink the dispenser can be talked into making, eating and drinking the results, poking at the Anywhere Rooms, figuring out what's hiding in his room and what he can do with it, and making friends, though he's definitely found that first Encounter helped with that. He entirely loved the MTV, and is sad it's gone. But at least this radio has music sometimes too.


Not having one definitely bothered him, and he was fairly determined to find one for himself before one got pushed on him. The Coward suggested calling him 'Champagne', after his door, and The Rogue shortened that to 'Champ'. The former didn't really take; the latter, the Bon-Vivant will answer to, though he likes it best when the Rogue says it. The Name Book Experiment gave him 'Felix', which he's decided he likes, and at present is claiming it as his proper name, with 'Fizz' for short, and what he usually goes by. It's a nickname for Felix now, anyway. He'll still answer easily enough to Scott. Or, apparently, to 'not-Scott'. But he's quite convinced that Facility identities matter, are separate, and should ideally have their own names.

Things That Linger

Music: Might play it, might just like listening, but he's always into it one way or another.

The Bon-Vivant's Door

Within the grain of the wood, one can make out a well-dressed man, surrounded by other partygoers, laughing as he sprays an impressive fountain of champagne from a bottle in his hands.

The Bon-Vivant's Room

The floor and furniture are dark wood, as are two walls -- one to the left, made almost entirely of shelving with all kinds of interesting things on it which surrounds a large fireplace, and one to the right that seems full of handle-less cupboards -- and a pair of pillars to either side of the head of the bed, behind which is a wall of rough grey stone blocks. There's what looks like another handle-less cupboard set in the ceiling, at one point, too. The other walls are covered in natural grasscloth, and there's a sheepskin rug by the bed and furs by the fire. The bed itself is large and covered in crisp cotton and cashmere and nubby iridescent silk, and there's a small grouping of seats and cushions making an area by the fireplace as well. There's a hell of a lot of texture in the place, most of it pretty luxurious, and nearly everything looks well-made and probably expensive. Most exceptions are on the shelves -- one low, tall one, for example, currently holds what appears to be a somewhat beat-up traffic cone loosely wrapped in a sparkly, thick feather boa. Here and there are what appear to be living potted plants.

The closet is packed with clothing and shoes, with a fair selection of other accessories here and there; the variety is large, giving the impression that one might be able to find anything in there if one looked hard enough. That's an illusion, of course, but there's definitely a lot to choose from. Like with the main room, texture seems to be a big deal in here, as does quality of construction. Even just walking down any given wall and running a hand along the garments hanging there might be a pleasant sensory experience.

The bathroom is... large, and mostly clad in sleek, dark stone. One end of the room is a shower, all the way across, with a panel in the wall that controls all the little perforations around it and in the ceiling that serve to spray out water. At the other end of the room, the floor stair-steps down to create a tub -- or, really, a small pool. It's surrounded by plants, which also grow up the wall behind it, and there are fairly-well-hidden jets in there, as well. You could probably fit several people in there at once, or let one person do extremely short laps. There are various spots one could sit. Between the two ends are a long teak vanity and sizable sink, a mirror in the wall above it, and a smaller toilet room with some books in it. Across from the vanity is a matching bench full of fluffy white towels. The warm air contrasts pleasantly with the cool floor and walls, and the whole place is gently lit... by default. There's a good-sized disco ball in the center of the ceiling, and when that goes on it makes the whole room sparkle, instead.

Memento Mori


A large 1989-state-of-the-art boombox with dual tape decks and a CD player, though the two carefully organized carrier boxes of tapes that sit beside it contain no CDs. Every reset two specific tapes are in the tape decks again: a Certified Sex Gods demo tape in the right, and the mix Scott made for the final counter-ritual fight in the left.


No memento mori from this story yet.

Project Icarus

A small metal box with various subtle lines that suggest it opens or shifts at various places. Well-enough put together, but not as slick as factory manufacture would make it. If turned over, there's one shiny, candy-like red button.

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When that button gets pressed, the box moves. Not covering any distance, but expanding along those little lines, edges easing outward and upward to reveal another small, circular portion that rises up. On that portion sits a small cube of what looks like titanium, about two inches on a side and traced with even fainter lines. Remove that, and another bit of metal draws back, suddenly filling the room with stars. The starfield isn't purely specks of white; there's subtle colour here and there, and when the lights are dimmed far enough there are more stars than were immediately obvious, the faint speckling that makes the 'background' of galaxies, like spilt milk or in some cases oil against the darker vacuum. If one watches a moment, it's clear there's subtle movement going on, as well. With a little focus, one of the stars, red-tinted, can be seen to rhythmically blink; it's not always in the same place, but it's always somewhere.

The titanium cube is something of a puzzle box, but when solved, it opens to reveal a ring, also titanium. A slim strip of duct tape sits in a trench around the middle circumference, with the wire of an unbent safety pin wrapped on top. The trench has been filled with clear resin to the very top, then polished up so the surface is smooth over the whole thing. The inscription inside is more 'engineering marking' than 'artistic jewelry engraving', but it reads: the opposite of a black hole.

BV also seems to have awoken with Blaise's tattoo from Pegasus still on his left shoulder: a stylized pegasus bust (with the number of the station's 'drunk tank' cell marked near the base) between two scrolls on which are written "I'm pretty good at bad decisions" in Esperanto.

Bonds of Blood

No memento mori from this story yet.

The Last Road

No memento mori from this story yet.

Some things don't change. He's always got that face, for one: the square jaw, the cheekbones, the dimples, the easy smile. He's always about six foot, always well-built, always blue-eyed, always blond. The shade of blond does change now and then, though, as do the length and style; so do the presence and configuration of facial hair, and the style of clothing. Wouldn't do to get bored, would it? Vanity's probably got a look-in there as well, of course.

The clothes are sometimes casual, sometimes decidedly less so, but always well-made and heavy on the sensuous pleasures to be found in anything from a shimmering silk, a soft cashmere, or a crisp cotton to a buttery leather, a heavy denim, or a nubby tweed. ...though admittedly the tweed is fairly rare.

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Kirk Wachowski (Slasher)

Frat Boy
Scott's other best friend. Bassist for Certified Sex Gods. Physics major, bio minor. Kind of a dork in high school, reinvented himself for college. ...still kind of a dork sometimes, though. Kimberly's jilted lover. Poor Kirk.

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Susan "Suzy Q" Quinlan (Bonds of Blood)

Suzy is a senior in high school, and somewhere someone is probably cursing a losing bet. She's spent her share of time in detention for various offenses (including but not restricted to ditching, writing on desks, and smoking behind the gym), and has absolutely perfected the art of looking bored out of her mind in class, but the latter is partially because she often is in fact bored out of her mind, and quietly gets straight As with little to no effort.

She doesn't participate in any sports, or even attend PE any more often than she can possibly get away with, and while she intermittently gets involved with theatre tech, it's not really her Thing, per se. That would be music, though nothing the school band or orchestra classes will let her play. She's a pretty decent drummer, and has filled the position in a handful of bands so far, none of which has lasted more than a semester and a half. While her parents put up with the drumming as long as her grades stay up, they refuse to subsidise her CDs-and-concerts habit or fashion sense, so she spends a fair number of afternoons and weekends working in her friend Sheena's clothing store. It's all for the music, man!

Note: Probably available as a JL2 if you need one and she'd suit!

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Scott Dixon (Slasher)

Some people work hard, sacrifice, and put in everything they have to succeed. Other people are just lucky enough to be born attractive and talented. Scott is one of the latter group. That doesn't mean he doesn't work hard or earn what he has, but it does come a lot easier for him. Born and raised in California, he could have become the typical beach bum, living off of luck, charm and good looks, but he actually applied himself in school and went to college. A sports scholarship didn't hurt, either.

He usually succeeds at everything he does, but if he doesn't, that's okay. Life is about the journey, not the destination. Right now the journey is pretty great — he plays sports, gets good grades, is the drummer in a band and one of the leaders of his fraternity. He's the guy you want to hate but can't because he's so damn nice and likeable.

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Dionysus (Carnival)

Coming to America

Dionysus arrived with the New Smyrna settlement in Florida, 1768; always the wanderer, he wandered to California by 1769 and inspired the first vineyard and winery out there — but the Catholic missionaries horned in and took it over, which probably did him a little damage. Still, while the priests were a problem, he made headway amongst some of the connected laypeople, who continued the slow increase of the grape and wine out there. Meanwhile he headed back across the country, and while grapes only seemed to flourish there while he was present, sugarcane did a good deal better. Mead and beer had already been folded into his repertoire over the centuries, and as his people encountered other spirits, so were they: in this case, rum.

Still, it didn't last long. By the time the settlement dissolved, Dionysus was restless in any case. He spent the next century exploring the developing country. In 1802 he was in Ohio, where the local Catawba grapes were found to make good wine; in 1820, a man in Connecticut founded the Church of Bacchus and declared himself high priest. After some pleasant time soaking up that worship, his travels took him across to Los Angeles, and for the following decades he made a bit of a circuit, building up the nascent wine industries up the West Coast, in Ohio and the Finger Lakes area, and various points throughout mainly the southern states, where the weather was kinder to the crop. His cult picked up strays as they went, as it was wont to do, American wine began to move from merely existent to actually quite good, and for a country that tended to consider itself Christian, he could have been doing a lot worse.

War was never much Dionysus's concern. Prohibition, on the other hand, was a different story. Some might expect it to have been an unalloyed disaster, and in fact it destroyed the quality (if not necessarily the quantity) of the country's wine for decades to come. But on the other hand, the spirit of the time became a more rebellious one, claiming freedom and celebration. Speakeasies, a greater fascination with mysticism, and all that bootlegging and rum-running — well, worries about the grapes aside, it wasn't too hard to maintain a little base of worship. It was also a hell of a lot of fun. By the end of the decade, he'd moved on from the exciting world of illegal production and transport (go on, let him drive) to running a small speakeasy ('The Bacchanal') with his cult in New Orleans. When the building that housed it burned down in late summer '32, he'd declared he'd been getting restless in any case, and a month or so after that, their paths crossed with the carnival's. The rest, as they say, is history. Or possibly mythology.

The God That Comes

Big Top Performer

[...the rest after I sleep, I hope.]

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Dr. Blaise di Mercurio (Project Icarus)

Penumbra has a bit of a thing for snapping up child prodigies early.

Blaise wasn't one of them.

Oh, he was extremely bright and showed definite talent in math and science, and showed right up in the various competitions for schoolchildren, but his parents felt the socialization of having a 'normal' childhood was important, and refused to even consider any sort of corporate arrangements for their children (he was the third of four, and second son) until said children were in fact adults capable of making their own life decisions. Whether one feels this was a wise choice may depend on one's opinion as to how he turned out.

At any rate, he headed off to college, then grad school, emerging with a PhD in Aerospace Engineering, some fairly impressive publications, a wife, a daughter, and an assistant professorship. Just about perfect, but for a couple small issues. The marriage didn't last, for one thing; a year or so into the job, and the divorce was final. (Half a year or so later, he married one of the proximate reasons it didn't work out.) And as those first few years continued, he discovered that for all that he rather liked the teaching and did enjoy research and theory, it didn't really excite him, and the politics? Ugh. He didn't like wrangling for authorship and publications, he hated revising syllabi for every edict handed down by the board of trustees, and committee meetings could go die in a fire. What he did like, and never seemed to get to do anymore, was the practical stuff. The applied problem-solving. The exciting bits.

So he quit.

Penumbra was quite happy to have him, given background and aptitude, but there were a couple small issues. First off, the need for more hands-on experience, ship- and station-board; second, his penchant for experimentation and speculative repurposing, particularly when bored. Yes, it led to discoveries he found useful. Or just fun. And only very rarely involved anything catching fire. But all the same.... All put together, it was decided the best place to start the new phase of his career would be on Pegasus station. Overall, it went... well. Well is probably the word for it, overall. The second marriage didn't survive, mind, but he learnt what was needed in a practical environment quickly and well, and moved from newbie to assistant chief within two years. Partly, that was because it wasn't the sort of posting most people stayed in long-term, but partly, he was a natural. And he loved the place. Maybe even a little too much. He would've stayed indefinitely, if the station hadn't been shuttered for a move to a new location.

From there it was one ship to another to a station to a third ship, assistant chief on the first two and fully chief on the others. None of them were ever 'home' like Pegasus was, and after another marriage he finally gave up on those since they clearly didn't work, but he loved his work, and at least it made the transfers easier. By the last couple he was being stationed places that needed a particularly creative mind around to deal with their potential and actual engineering issues, and when the second Icarus mission came up, he was top of the list for that particular position. And it sounded fascinating. Even if things went entirely smoothly, an impossible asteroid right by a black hole was bound to be interesting, and what were the odds a mission to an impossible asteroid right by a black hole would go entirely smoothly? There'd probably be the chance to solve some really interesting problems.

He's going to wish he'd been less right.

TD says: You are now the Chief of Engineering!

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Zane Bloomquist (Bonds of Blood)

Every school has that one guy who always seems to get the male lead in the school musicals (and a fair few of the shows that aren't). 'round here, that's Zane Bloomquist. He's been a natural performer virtually since birth, though his parents most unfairly refused his request in second grade to relocate to LA so he could become a child star. He completely forgave them the next year when he discovered musicals and realised where they really needed to relocate to was New York.

They didn't go for that one either, oddly enough. Not even when he pointed out it was amazing for art galleries! (According to this book he read.) They did not, however, refuse the requests to join the dance classes Mona and Thea were sent to, or the other dance classes after that, or the singing lessons, or the local choir and theatre auditions (and ensuing rehearsals, and performances)... and as it turned out, it was not just a phase. He's worked hard for that 'triple threat' title, and he's still working. It may be paying off: he made the final callbacks for Juilliard's drama program, and is waiting to hear back from them and NYU's Tisch. If neither of them come through... well, he'll just start straight in auditioning for shows. Broadway is what he's going to do; failure is not an option. ...TV or movies might be, sure. But failure is not.

Unsurprisingly, he can generally be found among the theatre and choir kids, and most particularly with Mona Marchant; they've been best friends about as long as either of them can remember. It's never been anything but platonic, at least as far as anyone can tell; he's gone to dances with various people (including her), but generally as friends, and doesn't seem to date very much. Combined with the whole musical theatre thing, there's probably been the occasional rumour that he might just not be all that interested in girls, though the truth is there's just not a whole lot of actual evidence either way. Academically, he's just acceptable at best, but he's cheerful and friendly and often rather charming, as befits his family's reputation. If also a bit prone to breaking into gratuitous song and dance. It's fun! And he's a pretty big fan of fun. That includes parties, though he's not really that into getting drunk or high. He is, however, one of the kids who hang out and smoke behind the gym. 'cause that's cool.


ROLL: Zane rolls spirit+2 for: [3]: x3 (Set) [5]: x1 [6]: x2 (Pair) -- Match Value: 4 (Raw: 3 6 6 5 3 3 -- d6)

He'll be attending Juilliard in the Fall. He's very excited.

Blank Slate Club

Woke in The Facility with no memory of a story
or a life before.

"We oft know little of who we were, only something of who we are, and nothing of who we may be." — Charlie Fletcher

First Story: Slasher

A waking world of innocence

So grave those first born cries

When life begins with needles and pins

It ends with Swords and Knives

Tears for Fears - Swords and Knives

First of May

Hooked up in the woods.

So we went to the park together

We were walking in the midday sun

Met all kinds of people and we fucked everyone

Jonathan Coulton - First of May

Out of the Woods

Cause if I gotta spend another minute with you

I don't think that I can really survive

I'll never break my promise or forget my vow

But God only knows what I can do right now

Meatloaf - Paradise by the Dashboard Light

Ultimate Sacrifice

Consciously chose to sacrifice their life
for others, to their grisly end.

"Real magic can never be made by offering someone
else's liver. You must tear out your own, and not expect
to get it back." — Peter S. Beagle

And it Exploded!

Member of the Death by Explosion Club.

"What they might lack in intelligence, they make up for with sheer quantities of high explosive." - Simon Morden

Ain't No Sunshine When She's Gone
(2019-11-07 • The Bon-Vivant's Room) The Martyr drops by to check on the Bon-Vivant, and brings unwelcome news.
Cast  •   The Martyr  •  The Bon-Vivant  •
Bring Me the Wine and the Dice
(2019-08-04 • The Late 1920s) The Martyr and the Bon-Vivant mourn the Rebel in the old way.
Cast  •   The Bon-Vivant  •  The Martyr  •
Light at the End of the Tunnel
(2019-07-26 • Dispensary, Hall, and the Bon-Vivant's Room) A woman BV expected is gone, but the woman he didn't is here. The meeting's unexpected but the results are, perhaps, predictable.
Cast  •   The Bon-Vivant  •  The Visionary  •
Missing Things
(2019-07-25 • Dare's Lair) Dare and Fizz talk about what was lost and plan a wake.
Cast  •   The Bon-Vivant  •  The Martyr  •
Another Blank Door
(2019-07-23 • Rogue's Bunker) BV wakes up int he Facility (Oh, this shit again). He finds something has changed and Rebel's door is blank on the way to see how Rogue is coping across the hall. BV suddenly 'gets it' and Rogue coaches him through it.
Cast  •   The Bon-Vivant  •  The Rogue  •
Decadent Delights
(2019-05-24 • Thrill-Seeker's Suite) Thrill-Seeker (Cheer) invites Martyr (Dare) and Bon-Vivant (Fizz) over for dinner and dessert. They talk of love, life, and tasty goodness.
Cast  •   The Martyr  •  The Bon-Vivant  •  The Thrill-Seeker  •
Cuddle Party
(2019-05-22 • Briar's Room) People discuss plans for a Dinosaur safari in Briar's room.
Cast  •   The Addict  •  The Bon-Vivant  •  The Martyr  •  The Optimist  •  The Rebel  •  The Thrill-Seeker  •
Heckin' heck, this is hard.
(2019-05-17 • Hall of Doors and Dining Hall) The Rogue, The Bon Vivant, The Optimist, and the Martyr try to come to terms with the past and change.
Cast  •   The Rogue  •  The Bon-Vivant  •  The Optimist  •  The Martyr  •
Any Moment
(2019-03-14 • Lover's Room) The Bon-Vivant drops in on the Lover with breakfast to see how she's coping, and plans are made.
Cast  •   The Bon-Vivant  •  The Lover  •
A Visit to the Briar Patch
(2019-03-14 • The Addict's Room) The Rebel and the Bon-Vivant find the Addict's door open, and go in for a little catch-up.
Cast  •   The Addict  •  The Bon-Vivant  •  The Rebel  •
I've Got A Feeling
(2019-03-11 • The Facility - Parlor) The Bon-Vivant finally manages to catch the Thrill-Seeker, and they discuss their situations -- past, present, and at-least-near future.
Cast  •   The Bon-Vivant  •  The Thrill-Seeker  •
Some Reassembly Required
(2019-03-10 • The Rogue's Bunker) The Bon-Vivant visits the Rogue, bearing breakfast, and they sort some things out.
Cast  •   The Rogue  •  The Bon-Vivant  •
Shit Sucks
(2019-03-08 • Facility - The Bon-Vivant's Room) The Martyr comes to check on the Bon-Vivant, and try to sort out the situation with the Rogue.
Cast  •   The Bon-Vivant  •  The Martyr  •
Cuts Both Ways
(2019-03-08 • Facility - Bon-Vivant's Room after Reset) Rogue keeps his promise of finding his friend after first trauma. A test and a talk go south quickly as unfamiliar territory becomes a field of thing, jagged ice. Sometimes compliance is the wrong answer.
Cast  •   The Bon-Vivant  •  The Rogue  •
Somebody to Love
(2019-03-07 • The Facility - Dining Room) The Bon-Vivant and the Competitor finally meet up post-Lodge at dinner with the Martyr, and they discuss past futures, present relationships, and that cupcake thing.
Cast  •   The Bon-Vivant  •  The Competitor  •  The Martyr  •
Catching Up. Also Kissing.
(2019-03-05 • Rebel's Room) The Rebel and the Bon-Vivant work out where they stand now that they're back in the Fac.
Cast  •   The Bon-Vivant  •  The Rebel  •
Live Long and Kick Ass
(2019-03-05 • The Hall of Rooms) The Rebel emerges from her room, and is welcomed by the Martyr and the Bon-Vivant.
Cast  •   The Bon-Vivant  •  The Rebel  •  The Martyr  •
The Spy Who Loved Me
(2019-03-04 • Anywhere Room 2) Monte Carlo finally happens, in a way. Other things happen, heists are discussed, spy games talked about, there are some James Bond moments.
Cast  •   The Bon-Vivant  •  The Bravo  •
Enter a Soldier. Later: Enter Another
(2019-03-03 • Hall of Doors and Parlor) Various people emerge from their rooms to mixed results.
Cast  •   The Martyr  •  The Bon-Vivant  •  The Rogue  •  The Lover  •  The Bravo  •  The Addict  •  The Vigilante  •  The Penitent  •  The Pedagogue  •
To Do List
(2018-12-31 • The Bon-Vivant’s Room) Rogue pays Champ a visit to start tackling the To Do list with BV from the top down, but on the Bon-Vivant's terms -- and learns from the blank slate that sometimes even planners of fine details miss big things.
Cast  •   The Bon-Vivant  •  The Rogue  •
The Blank Leading the Blank
(2018-12-30 • The Facility Parlor and The Bon-Vivant’s Room) A shiny new Rebel appears, and the barely-less-new Bon-Vivant tries to get her oriented.
Cast  •   The Rebel  •  The Bon-Vivant  •
Brawling for Bacon
(2018-12-29 • The Facility - Hall of Rooms) BV and Rogue find the world annoyingly resets, but at least Thrill-Seeker brought the bacon
Cast  •   The Bon-Vivant  •  The Thrill-Seeker  •  The Rogue  •
Rogues Bearing Gifts
(2018-12-28 • The Bon-Vivant's Room) The Rogue drops by to check up on The Bon-Vivant, which is both figuratively and literally quite sweet.
Cast  •   The Bon-Vivant  •  The Rogue  •
Trying Out a Name
(2018-12-28 • The Facility - Parlor) The Penitent and Bon-Vivant finally meet!
Cast  •   The Bon-Vivant  •  The Penitent  •
How We Roll
(2018-12-26 • The Facility - Parlor; Anywhere Room - Rollerskating Rink) The Thrill-Seeker introduces the Bon-Vivant to the wonders of roller-skating. It does not devolve into a discussion of the nature of reality! ...well, hardly at all.
Cast  •   The Bon-Vivant  •  The Thrill-Seeker  •
Because Physics are Stale
(2018-12-25 • The Open Sky Over/Under Ocean) BV offers Rogue reprieve, a new perspective, and something different for both of them.
Cast  •   The Bon-Vivant  •  The Rogue  •
Christmas Feast
(2018-12-24 • Facility Dining Room) An experiment with the dispensers leads to an evening of good food and good company.
Cast  •   The Confidant  •  The Thrill-Seeker  •  The Addict  •  The Bon-Vivant  •  The Caregiver  •  The Scholar  •  The Coward  •  The Artist  •
A New Perspective
(2018-12-24 • Freefall) Bon-Vivant drops in on Rogue, inviting him to test a great and terrible idea.
Cast  •   The Bon-Vivant  •  The Rogue  •
Absolutes of Perception
(2018-12-22 • Hallway of Rooms/Anywhere Room) Caregiver and Bon Vivant acquaint and find kindred spirits in the surf and sand when it comes to matters of reality and perception.
Cast  •   The Bon-Vivant  •  The Caregiver  •
Theoretical Life
(2018-12-21 • Holodeck) The Coward and the Rogue spend some brotherly catch-up time, joined by the Bon-Vivant. Theories are advanced.
Cast  •   The Bon-Vivant  •  The Coward  •  The Rogue  •
Misery Doesn't Always Love Company
(2018-12-17 • The Facility - Hall of Rooms) With the Capitalist still troubled by the loss of Maata, he is met with faces new and old. Bravo, Loner, Rogue and Bon-Vivant join him as some reminisce about their pasts while informing these 'blank slates' of what's to come.
Cast  •   The Bravo  •  The Capitalist  •  The Loner  •  The Rogue  •  The Bon-Vivant  •
Something Of An Explanation
(2018-12-17 • Parlor) The Addict runs into The Confidant, who gives him, The Crusader, and The Bon-Vivant an explanation about what's going on.
Cast  •   The Addict  •  The Confidant  •  The Crusader  •  The Bon-Vivant  •