You're not supposed to know the name of the character you are, because it actually changes during each oneshot. (Except for two, because my friend is a huge nerd and cannot decide)

"Wait... wait wait wait." Mel stopped walking, and started patting his pockets. He turned around in circles, freaking out.

"What's wrong?"

"What'd 'ya do, shit face?"

"Shit...I think I dropped my wallet at the entrance." You laugh at him, good-naturedly.

"No problem, I'll go get it. It's only been a few minutes, so it should still be there."

"Oh god, thanks! I have our photo booth pictures in there!" Mel sighed in relief.

"No problem, I'll be just a second." You turn around, and casually jog back towards the entrance. You look around, and just like he said, Mel's wallet was lying right underneath the huge fountain. It probably fell there when the six of you were throwing pennies into it, even though the park staff kept telling you not to do that. You let out a small laugh at the memory, and pick up the wallet.

A blinding white light flashes across your eyes, and you cover them, swearing quite a bit. "Stupid staff members... I'M JUST PICKING UP MY GOD DAMNED WALLET!"

You turn around to yell at any staff members that are surely coming to scold you, but you don't expect what you see.

You see nothing... well, no PEOPLE, to be specific. The park is still here, but it's encased in some kind of glass dome...?

"...What the? Is this a joke?" You go up to the glass, and knock your fist against it, testing to see if it's real.

It is.

"Oh shit, is this going to turn into some horror-esque flick where the park rides and mascots all come to life and viciously murder me, ripping my body apart piece by piece!?" You shudder at your own pessimistic thoughts, and notice that your phone is somehow ringing. If only you didn't have that creepy satanic laugh ringtone that your friends somehow convinced you was a great thing; this is the worst possible timing.

"FUCK-!" You juggle your phone back and forth, and somehow manage to stop yourself from dropping it, which, with your luck, would surely have shattered it. You look at your screen, and see that it's a text message. That's extra odd, because your phone is saying that it has no signal.

You read the message, and chills go down your back.

Your time here will end when your number reaches zero.

Your phone vibrates, and then a 12 shows up on your screen.