OC interviewTagged by: :iconInzane--Saiko:
1) Pick one or more of your OCs
2) Fill in the questions/statements as if you were your OC
3) Tag 3 people at the end of the quiz |D
Gonna pick a lot of 'em XD
1) What's your name?
2) Do you know why you were named that?
Kagekao: Yes; Shadow-face
Zehnder: No not really; although I know why I'm called Pretenderman.
Trevor: Nope :I
3) Are you single or taken?
Zehnder: never gonna let some bitch control me.
Xavier: No >:T
Trevor: No -sob-
Zippers: nope :I
4) Have any abilities or powers?
Kagekao: Yes; claws, flexibility, and more stuff
Zehnder: Strength, tendrils, teleportation, stuff like that
Xavier: No. just a proxy. pretty damn badass DJ though
Trevor: not really :I
Zippers: Zippers yay!
5) Stop being a Mary-sue.
Kagekao: I'm not a mary-sue おまえばか！？
Zehnder: Fuck you; I'm not a mary-sue. Call me that again and I'll break yo
KaibutsuKaibutsu in Short Stories More Like This
The full moon was up in the sky, shinning down on the city. It was a typical spring night in Japan. Kagekao sat atop a building. At fifteen years of age, he was restless to go out and do something; yet he couldn’t seem to find anything to do. Overlooking the city, he could see all around at the roads and assorted buildings. He wanted to go and play another one of his games with someone, but he couldn’t seem to get in the mood.
Although Kage had lots of fun playing his deranged games with random people, something felt missing. He didn’t really have any other person to truly call his friend. The only other demonic creature he knew of was a shinigami* named Scollex (*shinigami – Death God). Even though when first meeting Scollex Kage had wanted to become friends, it hadn’t worked out and now they resented each other. He couldn’t remember much from his childhood, he didn’t know where is parents were; or if he even had parents, or if they were even
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It’s late, and dark. There are hardly any people around, but still Zehnder walked around like he normally does. Esther is following him, joyful that she can finally be with him. Zehnder walked silently, and when he passes by anyone he only turns his head slightly to look at them; they never notice. He seemed to be looking for a worthy candidate.
After walking around for about an hour and a half, Zehnder finally sees someone that he feels like killing. The person seems to be young, maybe still or just out of college. They were walking a large dog, a German Shepard.
Zehnder muttered under his breath “What the hell kind of idiot walks a dog at this hour?” He began to walk across the street; they were still a little ways away from the dog walker. Esther began to follow him, but he turned around “No; you wait here.” Esther stopped obediently and waited.
Zehnder reached the other side of the street and began to approach the man with the dog. The man didn’t
Sadist - Chapter 12Sadist - Chapter 12 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The sun was in the sky, now fully out. Esther and Zehnder had been standing there, watching it rise. It was nice to not have that hatred and those lies between them anymore.
“I guess I should be going now, work and stuff.” She started into the woods.
Zehnder turned to look at her.
“See you again, then; after work, as usual?”
Esther smiled at him.
“After work, as usual.”
* * *
Max whimpered. He was lying on the bed, same as when Esther left. Even though he had been alone on the streets, he didn’t like being alone now. He cocked his head to one side, and then the other; his slightly large ears flopping to the side as he did. He stared at the door in anticipation, worried.
Max kept having the awful feeling that she would never return again. He didn’t like being alone, and didn’t want to be. He rolled over on his back and stared at the door; trying to make it open through pure will.
After a few minutes of staring at the d
Sadist - Chapter 11Sadist - Chapter 11 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
In the darkness of the early day, Esther walked quickly. It was almost twilight, the sun seemed like it would emerge from the horizon in a little bit. She sped up, that memory playing in her mind. That regained memory, and the memory of Zehnder the last time she saw him.
Esther looked around; but found no one. No cars, no people, not even a stray cat.
She looked around for anything; any clue or sign at all. Still, nothing. But then, finally, she found something. She saw a small spatter of blood, and then another, and another. She followed this trail of blood to a small parking lot next to a convenience store, only to be greeted by a gruesome mess.
Blood was all over the place. Esther couldn’t even tell how many people there were, they were all broken up. Blood, flesh, and gore covered the ground, in many places you couldn’t even see the asphalt underneath. Faces had been smashed against the wall, arms had been torn off and tossed away, and bones had been crushed and crushed
IndependentIndependent in Short Stories More Like This
The sun was headed down towards the horizon, its bright light shining down onto a single road. Forest and trees were alongside the road, a few birds could be seen in the trees; chirping happily and living their lives. The road led into a small town, but before it reached that town, there was a small building next to it.
This building was single story, and had a large front and back yard. Small playground equipment was displayed out in both of them. It seemed like a nice little place, maybe a daycare or something like that. But upon closer inspection, it was not as enjoyable as it had seemed.
It was an old, abandoned building. The paint was faded and coming off, the playground in the front was broken and old, and much of the windows were shattered. A few rodents skittered along, searching for a morsel of food that was not to be found.
However, even in the building’s decrepit state, someone walked towards it. This person was a man, around twenty three years of age. He had slightly
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Glen looked down in the direction where Kagekao had fallen. He didn’t see him; all he saw were the thick bushes that were growing down there. He put his gun away, and then retrieved the other two. Glen was a bit surprised that he had actually won, and he was proud of himself.
“Big mistake giving me a second chance.” He said mockingly. “And now you’re dead.”
Glen walked calmly towards the door leading to inside the building. As he walked down the stairs he took out his phone to call Adam. Before he called, he just admired the scenery of the events that had taken place a little while ago; the broken mirror, the room with the blood, the small trail of blood that had fallen from Kage’s arm, things like that.
Reaching the first floor and entering the lobby, Glen called Adam to tell him the news. While he waited for Adam to pick up, Glen walked outside and towards the area where he assumed Kagekao had landed. Then Adam picked up, and he began talking
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There was an article in the newspaper titled “Boy declared insane; kills himself in cell.” This was part of the story released to the public:
“(. . .) After apparently going insane due to increased bullying at his school; the boy assaulted three other students, severely wounding two of them. The boy resisted arrest, but eventually police managed to capture him; after about a day in an insane asylum, one of the security guards was found murdered. Later that same day large amounts of blood were found on the floor of the boy’s cell. The boy’s body had mysteriously disappeared, and the only object other than the blood in the cell was a fractured wine glass. The body however, way never found. He is assumed dead, as there was much more blood on the floor than he could survive losing. A few days prior to his death, the boy’s family (. . .)”
The article was also accompanied by a photo of the boy.
“But . . . but that’s me . . !” Ryan p
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“That unfinished building; is that were I’m supposed to look for him?” Glen Remus was on the phone with his partner, Adam. He hunted down dangerous criminals that the police needed help with. Glen had been hired to track someone down, and he was currently driving to the last place that someone had seen this person. He drove up to a multi storied building that looked like it was close to being finished; but the only machinery around it was a few old trucks.
“Yeah that’s the place.” Adam replied, “They stopped working on it when many of the workers reported seeing a monster or something. Probably the guy we’re looking for.” Glen got out of the car and looked up at the building; it was maybe four or five stories high. He had remembered reading something about this building, that several cops had been brutally killed. One was been shot, another died of blood loss, and another seemed to have been thrown around so much that many of his bo
~ Slender's First Friend : Part 1 ~It was the afternoon of a clear, warm, September day. There weren't many clouds in the sky today, which meant I probably wouldn't get that rain I wanted and loved. I was taking a stroll, curious to see how the nearby humans were doing. I had been doing this for as long as I can remember, yet it still amused me. Sometimes I jump out and frighten people who are up to no good. Sometimes I approach children slowly, trying to make friends, which was never successful. As I walked along leisurely, making sure not to make any noise, I heard something that caused me to freeze.~ Slender's First Friend : Part 1 ~ in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
" Daddy, please don't make me go back there ! Please ! "
I turned my head in the direction it came from and carefully crept over. I figured out what I had heard. As I watched from a distance, stalking from the forest beyond the backyard, concealed in the trees as not to draw attention to myself, I peered into the open window, as a small child cried and argued with her parents. She was only a little girl, about six or seve
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The doors to Zalgo's personal chambers seemed to open on their own as Slenderman walked inside. Upon feeling the presence of his longtime friend, Zalgo turned to face him.
"Slender!," he greeted. "Long time, no see." The demon looked over the slenderbeing in front of him with interest. "I hope the trip wasn't too much of a hassle for you?"
Slender simply shook his head in reply. "No, not in the least."
A small moment of slightly awkward silence befell the two. Zalgo only laughed to break it, and Slender only inwardly 'raised an eyebrow' in response to it. "I'm glad to hear," Zalgo said, "Erm, so how have you been?"
"Uuugh, can we skip the casual talk?"
"The casual howdy-do's, I mean-- That's just awkward."
"Like, 'oh lovely weather we're having', 'yes quite lovely', 'did I mention I want to jump your bones like a wild overworld animal?', 'my word'!"
Impatient, much? And it didn't even go like that.