People for the Ethical Treatment of the Alive-Challenged

3 years ago

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A horrifying picture, isn’t it? Yet believe it or not, every day scores of innocent alive-challenged individuals are brutally attacked by sick thrill seekers, adventurers and callous looters.

Here at P.E.T.A. we say enough is enough! From now on we intend to step up our campaign through public education, cruelty investigations, research, skeleton rescue, special events, celebrity involvement, and protest campaigns.

We will focus attention on the four areas in which the largest numbers of skeletons, ghosts, zombies and other members of the alive-challenged suffer the most intensely: claustrophobic imprisonment of skeletons, random attacks by adventurers, farming by ectoplasmic residue collectors and molestation by necromancers.

Lately our organised protests have gone from strength to strength. Our recent Necropolis sit-in actually resulted in a net rise in the number of alive-challenged people. Well done, team!

Of particular concern, however (and this is a worrying new phenomenon), is the refusal of Avatars to remain alive-challenged. By returning to life, they make a mockery of the hardships suffered by our handicapped brethren. For them, being alive-challenged is a passing affectation, and their refusal to take it seriously is an insult to alive-challenged people everywhere.

In fact, the recent rise of so-called “PVP enabled” Avatar communities is making the situation considerably worse. Fewer and fewer people take the state of being alive-challenged seriously. It is only a matter of time before the genuine alive-challenged make their feelings known in as forceful a way as possible.

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