Why bother arguing over whether the jam should end or not? You've already killed it by nitpicking for the past four pages.
Honestly, so your character gets killed. Whoopteedoo. That just means somebody acknowledges your existence, even if it's for the sole purpose of ending it, hehe. This was turning out to be a fun jam but it looks pretty done now after all this discussion of "rules". Not all jams have to have continuity or a plot or even any sense at all, you know.
Not to sound like I'm disagreeing, cause I'm not....I completely understand the random senseless violence-direction this thread has taken.
Try and see it from his side though. He created an idea, the idea being similar to the bikeeni, red carpet walk, and other such events we do. A cruise for our characters. It was a good idea, and I was willing to take part...the only part I couldn't decide how to script was the ticket holding part.
Bikeeni was about all of us drawing characters in bikinis. The red carpet walk is all about our characters going to some award show of sorts. There was a keenspace prom, if memory serves me correctly. The idea Charles here had, goes along with these ideas.
I think the part that made it go awry would be the inclusion of the word "jam". I think this more of an event, than a jam. A jam is something where we all make random strips of random happenings....and it just so happens those random happenings were the constant slaughter of the one character bent on making the ruling about ticket holding. Trust me, this jam is special, and a learning experience.
I'm not one to kill cats, as I own three...so I'd probably have a hard time thinking of a funny way to kill one, but I totally think anyone slaughtering the cat was in the right. It's a jam. That's what happens. It's random stuff.
I guess there is a rule about killing War; it just doesn't happen. Kinda like Batman, minus a few times where he got beat down hard...he still came back and kicked ass. Going god-mode and shooting War is just not a good way to fix things. Maybe have the cat leave the ship while the pirate monkeys take it over in search of booty to plot revenge against the spacers or something. Dunno.
I totally see both sides of this little dilemma. Maybe reschedule this idea for later in the year, have it dubbed a yearly event, and call it "KeenCruise2005" ?