Cryaotic: Let's Play(Warnings: General insanity. Some language.)
It was a difficult day today. It had been normal until Virus woke up. He usually sleeps a lot so I was a little more than just surprised.
I had been playing a game with a friend, Pewds to be exact. The day itself had been pretty quiet until we started a co-op game. I can't even remember what game it was but it was a scary one.
It happens sometimes that Virus likes to show when I'm really scared. I guess it's because he likes fear. Or at least that's what he always says. He once said to me that there was no emotion more delicious than fear. I still am not sure what the hell he was talking about.
Anyway, I was playing when we both got a good jump scare. It wasn't that big a deal but I guess it was enough to make Virus visit. Next thing I knew he was sitting next to me.
"H-h-h-how long ha-have you been pla-pl-playing?" He draped himself around me shoulders. I hate the way he sounds when he talks. His voice is just like mine but I always know i
Cryaotic: Virus Origins(Warnings: General insanity)Cryaotic: Virus Origins2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
I b-b-bet you are wo-ar-wondering why I am here? I a-a-am wonderi-i-ng-g why you even c-care? They call me V-Vir-rus.
I am here b-b-beacuse he n-needs me. Or rather h-h-h-he needs someone to k-k-keep him s-him-safe. Unlike that moron M-M-Mad. He doe-esn't know how to properly p-pro-p-protect him. Or you.
I did-n-n't come till he was a-a-a-a little older. I me-m-met him when he was all alone. Th-the monster was com-c-coming for him. He was going t-t-t-to hurt him. I was th-th-eir to stop it. I c-carefully tucked him away. I the-e-en got to play. You s-s-seeeee I am d-diff-d-erent.
I like to-t-to have things. L-l-like you. 1..w4nt t-t-to own things. You started st-readi-i-ing this now.
H-he's asle-e-e-ep. He won't know kn-kn-nooo if I keep you wi-i-th-h the others.
Th-t-they call me Virus. 1-1-I am an i-1-1-1-infection. I live in a-a-l-all of you. I am I-I. Can you se-e-e-e me y-e-t-t-t?
T-t-t-turn around now. I-its time to play //system error//
Just Imagination"So, tell me about this friend of yours. This Felix"Just Imagination3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Felix?" Cry asked sitting up slightly. The therapist across from him nodded and Cry laid back down on the long couch. "Let me see, He's a nice person but loves to play tricks. He adores pancakes and can sometimes seem a little dense but if you find something he likes, he'll explain the tiniest details" He said, hands moving with his speech. The therapist nodded again, scribbling some notes on paper.
"Call me Cry"
"Cry. Your friends and family wouldn't ask you to come see me if Felix was normal. Now, tell me about him" The therapist said, leaning back into his chair. Cry twiddled his thumbs for a moment before speaking up.
"Felix... Is three inches tall" He murmured. The man nodded, scribbling some more words onto the paper. The therapist sighed, pulling off his glasses and leaning forward.
"Cry. You need to listen to me - Felix doesn't exist" He said. Cry's eyes flew open and he sat bolt upright.
"What do you mean?" Cry asked
New FriendsCry's steps echoed in the long hall of the castle, making Felix's hair stand on end as he sat in Cry's pocket.New Friends3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Why a castle?" Felix asked.
"My friend heard it was going to be knocked down and so, he bought it and moved in with a few friends" Cry replied as he continued to walk. A figure came into view and Cry waved with a smile.
"Stephano!" He called, catching the man's attention. He turned around with a smile of his own.
"Cry, nice to see you" He greeted in response.
"I have a friend for you to meet" Cry said. Stephano moved about, peering behind the American.
"I don't see anyone" Stephano replied with a frown. Cry dug into his pockets, mumbling to himself as he tried to grab something.
"Here" Cry said, holding out his hands, holding Felix's still body. Stephano looked at it with curiosity. Was this a joke?
"Uh..." Stephano studied the body with a confused gaze.
"Hang on. Press here..." Cry mumbled, poking Felix in several places before sitting him up and running a finger down his ba
A rain soaked BoxThe rain was pouring down hard as the Swede walked along the abandoned streets. Most people had gone inside to shelter from the pouring rain and he wished to join them soon as the chilling liquid pouring from the sky intensified. A small whimper reached his ears through his headphones, causing him to stop and look around as he turned off his music.A rain soaked Box3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
His eyes settled on a cardboard box, beginning to fall apart with the heavy downpour that was occurring. It sat a little way from the buildings, meaning it wasn't sheltered from the horrid cold the weather was bringing with it. Pity flooded his mind and he jogged towards it, coming to a halt and bending down as he looked inside. A small white lump lay in the box, trying to curl up and keep warm but failing as its small body shook. Felix tilted his head slightly as he looked at it. It had no arms and two stubby little legs as well as a cute little hair that stuck up on its head.
Extending the umbrella slightly, Felix let the chilling ran atta
pewDIEpie: That face(Warnings: General insanity)pewDIEpie: That face3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
I'm scared. The only reason I'm sharing this with you is because I'm scared. I don't know if it's really a good idea to share it honestly. Something may happen to me if I do. Or worse something may happen to you.
I invited Cry over today for some gaming since he's visiting up this way right now. I...I still feel uneasy just thinking about it. I've been seeing more of them than ever before. I see that damned pale white face in the trees more and more. I don't know what to do anymore. I think somehow he got into the house today. I don't know how but I swear he did.
I had been sitting at my computer with my back to the room. I don't remember exactly what I was looking at but most of the screen was black. I had my headphones on so I couldn't really hear anything either. Well I was fine until something moved out of the corner of my eye. It was a reflection on the screen. I wish I hadn't noticed it. I'm so afraid they will figure out that I know they are there.
DealFelix woke contently that morning, eyes opening slowly as the sun streamed in the window. He looked to his left, seeing the small doll house on the table next to him and a soft smile crossed his lips as he pushed himself into a sitting position. Moving carefully, he opened the latch of the dollhouse and peered inside, seeing a small form sleeping inside. His smile grew slightly as he gently pulled back the thin covers and lifted the body into his palm, bringing it to his lap. Small eyes opened slowly and Cry looked up, smile on his face.Deal3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Good morning" The small American greeted.
"Morning" Felix greeted.
"What will we do today?" Cry asked, tilting his head as he yawned.
"Nothing" Felix said, making Cry frown in confusion. "Seeing as this is our last day together"
Cry's eyes widened. Last day? W-What was he talking about?
"What do you mean 'Last day?'" He asked with shock and confusion. The room began to dim but it went unnoticed by either man as Cry stared up in shock and Felix looked
ImpeccableWarnings: Contains what could potentially be considered dark/depressing scenes, mild cussing, not really anything more then that. Going with a T(teen) rating to be on the safe side.Impeccable3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
The word made Cry cringe, made him shake his head at the ridiculous things people came up with; sometimes it even made him feel downright disgusted. He sat heavily in his computer chair, ignoring Skype for the time being and going to his Youtube channel.
So many comments. Ones about him being oh so perfect; but he cringed as usual, he wasn't perfect.
It was a frequent thought in his head. It made his stomach churn and made bile rise in his throat. People were God damn naive.
Didn't they know any better? That no man, woman, or child could be perfect?
He smiled bitterly and adjusted the white poker-faced mask hiding a majority of his features from view. So many people went on, and on, and on, about how much they loved his voice, his personality, everything abou
Virtual Reality - Guess Who's Back? - Chapter One Book 3 - Chapter One - Here We Go Again...Virtual Reality - Guess Who's Back? - Chapter One4 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"What the hell is this?" The question was directed at my computer monitor. What used to be an interactive scene in Yume Nikki morphed to a very familiar title screen. Adrenaline pumped through me as I read the words there: Amnesia A Machine for Pigs. With a strange yelp of fear I rolled my chair back.
"No, I'm not playing this. I refuse. Pewdie told me about this, just no." Despite my protests the screen flashed white. The white light seemed to escape the monitor and swallow me up as I unwillingly passed out.
When my eyes opened again I reached up to rub them but was blocked my something. Frantically I clawed at my face then ripped off the object covering it. I turned the small circular thing in my hands to notice a face printed on it that I easily recognized as my character. With a smile I replaced the mask, laughing at the fact
Electric Heart - Prologue“Increase the voltage. Maximize it. Perhaps we can recharge him”Electric Heart - Prologue3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Screams filled the room as small hands clung to the arms of the chair, throat bleeding as the electricity arched through his body. His eyes felt like they were on fire yet nobody came over to aid him, they only watched with their clipboards, writing down notes.
“Please!” He tried to scream but found his voice unheard over the screams that much rathered to tear from his vocal chords. “Get me out!” He tried to shout once more but it came out with his scream, becoming some distorted sound. The electricity cut off and he panted heavily, body trembling as he sat in the chair, bindings keeping him from sliding out. Eyes slowly opened, the feeling of flames licking at his eyes having vanished. His gaze lifted, glancing through the clear glass to the other observers.
‘We did it” One of the men said, looking at the slouched form in the chair. Electricity danced on the chair holdin
Heartbeat"Cry... Have you ever heard my heartbeat?"Heartbeat3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
The American looked up from his plate with curiosity, eyes trained on the Swede nibbling on a pancake next to him.
"Your heartbeat? No, Why? What brings this on?" Cry asked, taking a bite of his pancake.
"It's just... I've always heard yours and I didn't know if you'd heard mine" Felix admitted, looking down as his nibbling slowed.
"I can't press my ear against your heart" Cry said with a chuckle.
"I didn't think so" Felix admitted with a smile, making them both laugh.
"Felix?" Cry asked as he walked around. He felt a smile slide onto his face as he saw Felix napping on the coffee table. A bout of curiosity overtook him and he quietly sat down, placing his finger on the Swede's chest. The quick beat of his heart made it's way through his finger.
"Wow..." Cry murmured quietly. "It's strong"
Cry jumped as two hands snaked their way around his finger, patting it gently. Felix looked up, eyes half shut and a tired smile on his lips.
Meeting Someone New - Part One "I'll be back from the market soon. Don't get yourself into trouble. You're free to roam the apartment as always. Be careful, okay?"Meeting Someone New - Part One3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Cry's words still hung in the air as Felix paced by the door anxiously. A few hours had passed and the miniature Swede had grown impatient, even irritated, waiting for Cry's arrival, to have someone there to play games and watch television with him. Someone to make pancakes and eat with him as they joked about the most ridiculous things that had happened to them in the past.
He was bored.
Felix sighed, finally giving in and leaning against the door frame, the frigid breeze from the hallway creeped in and curled around his minuscule form. It caressed his skin, barely touching it as it glided over the surface like gentle fingers, causing Felix to shiver and stand once more while hugging himself to maintain his warmth. He wandered into kitchen, making his way over to the cabinets. He expertly leaped up and swung his body back and forth, jum
pewDIEpie(Warnings: general horror)pewDIEpie3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
It's just a game. I know that but I'm not so sure it makes as much sense as it used to. I wish I could pretend that simple phrase still brought me so much comfort.
I started playing these horror games a long time ago. I will admit that I'm pretty easily scared but it looked like fun. I didn’t see any harm in it. I was wrong in so many ways though. I understand that now. I know you won't listen to me. Not many people take me very seriously anyway. I am being serious though.
Don't play those horror games too much. When I started playing them it was no big deal. I would get a little scared but at the end of the day I could just turn off the monitor. In that simple movement all of my fears would go away. Every last monster or nightmarish world would disappear into reality. It was that easy.
I didn't start to notice a difference in things until recently. I would sit down and start to record but something was just...different. I would record like I normally d
Mute MuteMute3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Rating: E for Everyone!
A pattern of consistent clicking sounds were the only interruptions in the complete silence that blanketed a quaint, gamer’s room. The last rays of sun had fallen out of reach of the windows, casting it in almost total darkness. Light poured from the high tech machine perched upon a desk. That light fell upon a man who sat slouched in his chair, staring intently at the screen. Though the outside world seemed peaceful, on the other side of his headphones, the gamer heard a whole other world filled with unnatural sounds of monsters and evil villains.
Only halfway through with his newest adventure, he swore that he had heard something from the outside world. Quickly, he hit the mute button and searched the room. He found nothing but silence. Once the gamer calmed himself, he returned to his quest. The game’s natural sounds smoothly transferred into his thoughts. It wasn’t long befor
Knife“Mad... put the knife down”Knife3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Cry stared cautiously at the other, watching as he held the knife tightly in his hand.
“Put the knife down...” Mad mumbled, still clutching it tightly. Cry held his hands up cautiously, not wanting to provoke him in this state.
“That’s right” Cry replied. “It’s alright, just put the knife down and everything will be okay” He soothed, slowly moving out to grab Mad’s arm. The other moved and Cry jerked back in fear, wanting to keep all his limbs.
“It’s gonna be okay, huh?” Mad asked, looking at the knife. “Everything will be okay, right?” He asked. Raising his eyes, he stared at Cry, gaze boring into his soul before breaking off with hysterical laughter that made shivers run rampant among Cry’s spine. He raised the knife and Cry flinched.
“Jeez Mad!” Cry shouted with irritation, looking at the watermelon on the table, sliced in half messily. Some o
Forgotten Memories, Fractured Pixels"What's your emergency?"Forgotten Memories, Fractured Pixels4 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"My boyfriend has just fallen unconscious at the computer" Marzia said into the receiver, panic in her words and making her sound hysterical.
"Where are you?" The person on the other end of the line asked her. She took a few deeps breaths before answering.
"Our apartment" She said before adding the address.
"We'll be there soon" They replied and with a quick thankyou, she hung up. She quickly rushed over to Felix and lifted him off the keyboard. He was completely limp and she quickly checked his pulse, fearing the worst. A large sigh of relief escaped her as she felt his heartbeat. She picked the pieces of glass out of his face and stayed by his side as the ambulance arrived and took him away.
"Can I go with you?" She asked, eager to stay by Felix's side. The officer shook his head.
"I'm sorry but there is no room" He said frowning. "I am sorry." Marzia shook her head and muttered a thankyou as they left. She closed the door behind them and leaned against it, p
Virtual Reality - Chapter 1 - Loading... Here is the first chapter of that other story I told you I was going to release! Any Pewdiepie fans out there? I saw a few little fanarts about if these two met up in the world of Amnesia so I started to write. Here ya go! Let me know what you think.Virtual Reality - Chapter 1 - Loading...4 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Chapter 1 - Loading...
I groaned as I squeezed my eyes closed and sat up. As my eyes fluttered open the numb pain in the back of my head worsened. Everything was blurred in the darkness. Despite that I tried to stand but felt something push down on my shoulder. I screamed while flailing and attempting to escape the grip.
"Hey calm down, bro."
"Who's there?" There were footsteps.
"Name's Felix. Don't worry; I'm on your side." My vision finally cleared and I saw someone perched in the chair on the other side of the room. He had shaggy blonde hair on his tall lanky body.
A Secret Little Virus - 1Felix moved within the shadows, his steps light as a feather and speed like lightning. A tiny usb dangled from his belt like always, clicking silently against his legs as he moved. Scrambling along the gutters and pressed against buildings, his eyes scanned for something he could salvage for a meal yet all he spied were empty wrappers and other things he cared to not name.A Secret Little Virus - 13 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
“There’s nothing” He hissed quietly as he kept moving along. A gentle electric zap shocked him from the usb, making him sigh. “I’ll be careful” His voice was softer in tone as he whispered his reply before running towards one of the supermarkets.
A tiny usb port sat right near the bottom and Felix moved right for it, skidding to a stop without being spotted by anyone. He slammed the usb in and ran through the doors quickly just as all the lights went out. People screamed and argued as the sounds of attempting to correct the power revealed nothing.
“The switches are jammed!
Are you sure you want to come over?He paced the floor nervously. Today. Today was the day she was coming to his apartment. He was nervous. Oh so very nervous. It wasn't the mess, no the place was spotless. It wasn't the dishes, they were away in their places. It wasn't his appearance, that too seemed fine. It was...Are you sure you want to come over?3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Stop pacing! It's annoying" A low French voice demanded. Felix glanced over to the couch, spying the golden statue sitting on the arm of it.
"Shut up! What if she hears you?" Felix said through his teeth, picking up the statue and hiding it behind his computer screen. Then if he made noise, he could just blame his trusty computer Bettan. He was glad she didn't speak.
"You gotta chill bro" A seductive voice said, making Felix's blood run cold. He turned around to see the corpse of a pig dragging itself across the floor.
"Why aren't you in the freezer?" Felix asked as he rushed over to the animal, carrying it into the laundry and dumping it in the large freezer he kept in there just for a occasion such as thi
Pixels in the real world Chapter 1"I'm playing in a thunderstorm guys, so if my net drops out, it's that" Pewdie said aloud as he slowly booted up Amnesia, glancing back to his live stream page to see the various comments that flooded the chatbox. He smiled as Amnesia finished booting up and with a few clicks, he was set on a custom story.Pixels in the real world Chapter 14 years ago in Settings More Like This
"Stephano!" He called happily as he spotted the small golden statue sitting on a desk nearby. He picked him up and rotated him in his grip as always.
"Hello Pewdie, remember not to waste your lantern here, there isn't much oil" He made Stephano tell him, remembering what he had read earlier on the map.
"I'll do my best Stephano, but I don't like to turn off my lantern" Pewdie said before slipping into his impersonation of the fan base. "Don't waste your lantern Pewdie, It's so dark Pewdie, turn on the lantern, turn it off Pewdie" He moaned as he opened doors and retrieved keys.
The hallway was dark and his lantern was empty, causing Pewdie to shake nervously in his seat. H
.:PewDieCry:. The Dark Descent -1-There was a small groan as the swede on the cold stone floor shifted in his sleep. His head pounded and his body ached. He slowly opened his eyes, finding it difficult to see..:PewDieCry:. The Dark Descent -1-3 years ago in Humor More Like This
“Mm…hnn…what…?” He shifted again and forced his jelly-like arms to push himself up. He looked around the room through blurry eyes.
“Where….where am I…?” He squinted into the darkness and pushed himself onto his hands and knees. He groaned in discomfort, pushing himself up onto his feet. His legs shook as he tried to stand straight. His headset slipped off his head and clattered to the floor. He sighed deeply and bent down, nearly losing his balance. Looking around again, he saw a green vial on the dresser and picked it up.
“This looks like ladanadanadanum..” He examines it closer then sets it back down. He starts looking through the dresser drawers finding a blue vile and 2 tinderboxes.
He laughed to himself, “I suppose I’ll find t
The Angel That Cannot FlyThe morning sun streamed in the window, rousing him from slumber. A gentle moan rose from his form as he sleepily reached for the curtain, moves slow and relaxed. He grasped the material and attempted to pull it to shield his eyes from the light. It refused to budge, making his eyes crack open just slightly. The light immediately made him wince and he quickly closed them again, sighing in defeat. He was truly awake now.The Angel That Cannot Fly3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
With limbs still deep in sleep, he attempted to sit up, feeling his body groan in protest. The chilly morning air bit at his bare chest as the warm blanket tumbled to his lap, leaving his legs still feeling rather toasty and warm. He rolled his shoulders slightly, making the large, feathered wings that hung from his back twitch slightly. A few feathers tumbled from their place onto the floor and pillow but he didn’t notice. Sliding his legs out from the warmth of the blankets, he settled them on the floor, immediately regretting his choice as chills ran up his bod
pewDIEpie: Visit(Warnings: General insanity, some language)pewDIEpie: Visit2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
I...can I tell you something? I figure we are at least friends enough for me to tell you something right? I just can't keep this to myself. I can't tell Marzia either. I...it just doesn't feel right to tell her. I don't want her to think I'm.... Never mind that. I just need to tell someone.
I woke up late last night to knocking at my door. It was strange. I didn't know who would be coming so late at night. I was glad that Marzia had gone to visit a friend because it would have definitely woke her up. She can be a pretty light sleeper. It took me a moment but I finally got out of bed and headed for the door.
I had honestly thought about staying in bed. It was late and our place was colder than I would have liked. I needed to at least check to see who it was though. I wouldn't be able to sleep easy if I just stayed in bed knowing someone had been knocking. Before I got to the door though something struck me.
I had been seeing more and more of a
I give up"I give up Felix" Cry yelled, glaring at the Swede across the room. "I'm leaving"I give up3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Leaving?" Felix asked, eyes previously filled with anger and rage instantly giving way to fear.
"I'm going out Felix" Cry responded. Felix just stared at Cry, watching as he gripped the door handle. A loud scream escaped him, catching Cry off guard and making him jump. Felix ran across the room, gripping the rolled edges of Cry's jeans tightly and tugging on them the best he could.
"No! Don't go!" Felix pleaded, voice sounding pitiful and desperate. It froze Cry in his tracks and he looked down at the Swede.
"Felix..." He muttered quietly, seeing how distressed he was.
"Please! I'll be good! I won't start any arguments and I'll listen to everything you say! I'll be good! Promise!" He shouted, voice growing more desperate at each moment. His eyes had become red from the tears that refused to stop and his breathing picked up in pace as well as difficulty, leaving him struggling for breath as he tried to co
HeroHis breath was ragged as the blood poured from the wound on his head, dribbling down his face and staining his glasses as it seeped into the cracks yet he paid it no mind, just wiping away the blood from his nose. His chest heaved for breath as his body remained hunched over, partly leaning on his long katana blade, trying to support himself with shaky legs as he stared at his opponent, left with barely any wounds to speak of.Hero3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
“Who are you?” Cry shouted, readjusting his mask to sit on the side of his face and not obscure his vision. Deep distorted laughter filled his ears and made him wince as it increased into a large screech.
“Hi-i-i there and we-elco-oo-ome to Cry plays: Murder” The voice rang out, words becoming twisted by loops in the audio track. Cry drew back a step. Those were his words. His voice.
“What are you?!” He shouted and the strange thing with his voice laughed.
“A virus” It answered flatly. <i>