The plot really hops about at first before settling down and getting more involved. This is due to the fact I never really expected a cohesive plot to emerge from our tinkering. But I think that adds a certain charm, as it avoids cliched beginnings. I tried to walk the tight rope between RPG parody and cliche. But some things I consider sparklingly original. Were you engaged by the story or did it meander too much? What did you think? Comment here.