This is going to be a little unusual for this forum. There's no plot, no commands, nothing of that sort in this topic. Instead, it's a game of last-poster.
The rules are simple. When you post here, you must do the following in order:
1. Look at the person who posted immediately before you.
2. Choose a scene from one of that person's MSPAFAs.
3. Redraw that scene as if it was from one of your own MSPAFAs. Make sure it's recognizable; include credits if necessary.
4. Upload it wherever and include it in your post.
As an example, here's John's original room from Homestuck in the style of You Are Here, which perhaps I might post if Andrew Hussie was the one who posted before me:
There are some guidelines you must follow if you wish to post in this topic:
1. You are not permitted to post unless you are the author of at least one MSPAFA that has gone on at least three pages and have a link thereto either in your post or in your signature. If you do not meet these criteria but post anyways, your post is null and void.
2. If you specialize in text-only adventures, you are allowed to convert a scene into a text-only format instead, as long as you rewrite it from scratch and are as descriptive as is necessary to convey the scene without any pictures.
3. If the person preceding you specializes in text-only adventures but you don't, you may draw an illustration of an otherwise un-illustrated scene from one of their adventures.
4. It is permissible, recommended in fact, to "reserve" a spot and post your scene once you've finished it. Once a reservation is made, no more posts may be made until the scene is posted or six hours elapse (you can request a longer grace period at the time of your reservation if you so require); in the latter case, the reservation is to be declared null and void and the post containing it ignored.
5. Illustrating scenes from collaborations is permitted as long as whoever you're posting after is the "administrator" of the collaboration.
6. If you post after me, don't be a wiseacre and try to illustrate a scene from this topic. Not only would you risk blowing up the space-time continuum, but the only scenes that are going to be worth illustrating in this topic are from other adventures.
7. Different users may illustrate the same scene more than once, and the same user may illustrate different scenes from the same adventure on different occasions, but the same user may not illustrate the same scene more than once.
8. Your work must be your own. You know what I mean. Plagiarism is illegal. (Swiping images from Google, however, is perfectly okay. It must be okay if Superfrequency does it!)
9. Don't post just to goof around (yes, Andy, I'm looking at you). You may be here for a reason, but so is everyone else.
10. If you want to make any OOC discussion in this topic instead of participating, put (VOID) at the top of your post so subsequent posters will know to ignore it.
I believe this topic will be a good way to get a lot of fan-art back and forth. So... who's first?