Regnus 5.5

The Random Text Scripting Language

Charles Crowe, known by many as Charles the No good, was an almost loud man. Having been brought up in the clumsy depths of Iran by his husband, he was well used to righteousness. But even Charles was not prepared for the day when the IRA came for him. Despite his best efforts, he was captured and forced to do his new masters' bidding. His first mission was to spit on the HQ of the government of New Zealand in Spain. Having proven himself in this task, he was sent to Never-Never Land, where he tortured Venus, saving many Microsoft employees on the way. He finally met his match, however, when ordered to cause trouble for Peter Trump, the head of the Belgian Foreign Legion. Peter easily defeated him, and, having retired from active service, he spent the rest of his days living in a forest before finally dying of wounds inflicted by an enraged donkey in 1943.
Generated by the Regnus script Something Completely Different, by Ryan J. Bury

Regnus is a simple but powerful scripting language for generating random text. Some example applications of the language might be:

Regnus parsers are available for many different platforms, including the Java Platform, Windows, DOS, and PHP, and learning to write your own Regnus scripts is as simple as following the simple step-by-step tutorial. A user forum is also availble for you to ask questions and share advice with other users, and post your scripts and ideas!