Reptile Resistance

By John Crump and C M Taylor

An immersive narrative app for fiction lovers. Gather the evidence. Crack the code. Resist our reptile overlords.

Thursday, 15 January 2015

Reptile Resistance Election Campaign


Yes we have been quiet. And there is a reason. We were hibernating over the festive period, restoring our lizard hunting powers to be ready for the coming challenge. By which of course I mean the general election. May 7th unless things change. 16 weeks away.

We are going to be running our own general election campaign to get Reptile Resistance funded. Crump and I will be writing a blog each right here once a week, between now and the election. The blogs will have a certain flavour to them and will inevitably include things like this:

And this:

Those nice people over at Sabotage Times have agreed to publish some of our election campaign writings as well, which is gravy.

There be a an utter maelstrom of lizardry coming at us over the next few months, as the shape shifters from the constellation Draco try and convince us of their humanity. There will be lizards, there will be lizard apparatchiks, there will even be some human beings in there. But know this, once this app is funded we can build the Lizard Cam which will demonstrate beyond all doubt who is lizard and who is Sapien.

The next few months will be perilous, forked tongues will fly out at us like snakes from the jungle, extraterrestrial claws will seek to grab our minds. But we will resist.

Thanks again for pledging, and may we ask one thing. If there is a blog post on here that you like, please do share it with other people who may wish to sign up to the resistance.

Our election campaign starts here, later today, with a double blog from myself and Crump about our very special friend Nigel Farage.

Yours in Resistance,




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