Plot for Dolcett Academy Season One

January 6, 2020

What's up people. I'm working on a new Dolcett Academy Comic : ) I thought it might be nice to share some background information and a baseline for the story of the upcoming comic. This time I'll try to be more focused to actually create something deeper in terms of plot and dialogues.

DOLCETT ACADEMY SEASON ONE:
THE FIRST SEMESTER

COMIC SCREENPLAY BY RAZER1911

BACKGROUND:
Dolcett Academy is opening a new chapter in its history. Following the complete loss of control over the events which took place during the tenure of two previous principals, the management board of Dolcett Enterprises LTD decided to take a new direction in the search for a new leader of the Academy. After a few months of reviewing the candidates applications, the position was filled by Dr. Karen Taylor, a graduate of the Harmon School of Business - a PhD student in behavioural psychology and microeconomics.

After a thorough evaluation of the Academy's administrative system, Dr. Taylor decided that some drastic measures would have to be implemented. In order to maintain more control over the actions of the students, the number of them allowed to enroll in the Academy was limited. In the face of too many fatal accidents involving freshmen during the exercises, it was decided that a change in the procedure of performing these activities was necessary. Students will no longer be able to participate directly in exercises and simulations using Dolcett Enterprises machines (including AH-5000 and JK-3000). Instead, slaves will be utilized as a kind of cannon fodder for the students' skills evaluation procedures. By using this approach, the format of lectures and exercises can assume in advance the death of the subject (slave).

To reduce the cost of Academy's operation, slave deliveries will be contracted with the Human Meat Processing Plant in Easthaven, Darkwell County. The facility specializes in butchering and processing human subjects of low social value - thieves, young adults from dysfunctional families or people with extreme, potentially dangerous political views. The purchase price of human material from such a source is much cheaper than on the free market, however, it is stigmatized with reduced quality.

Further budget cuts will entail allocating additional responsibilities to students. Each week, a different student will be assigned to control the supply chain of the slaves. Students will also be required to prepare the subjects for use in lectures and exercises. The accuracy of these tasks will be evaluated and taken into account in the final assessment at the end of each semester.

The ultimate objective of the Academy is to train the adepts of the art of execution, who will be able to face the challenge of running their own Academy in the future. The government has been working on a bill for several years now, which is to delegitimize the Academy's activities. The aforementioned training plan should be implemented in order to create new branches of the Dolcett Academy scattered around the world as soon as possible.