• AustinDR

    1) Black-Eyed Children: What these beings are no one knows. Some cite them as being demons or vampires who require permission to be allowed in. Some say they're alien-human hybrids or tulpas (thought beings). Even interdimensional entities or the ghosts of deceased children. They are described as either wearing old-timey clothing or dark-colored hoodies. They have extremely pale, oftentimes peachy skin tones and speak in a monotonous, adult-like fashion. They approach their target's home or car to knock or their door or window saying that they needed to get in because of bizarre reasons. If they are further denied entry, they become increasingly enraged and reveal their dark, turquoise eyes. In some cases, the witness almost considers open…

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  • Lordoftheplebs

    Well to start off this story was written as an entry to a writing contest being held by "The Dark Somnium" youtube channel. It was based on a prompt he gave and one of the limitations was that it had to be 1000 words or less. this forced me to come up with a story that had a plot, a character arc, theme, and world-building contained in just under 2 pages. In the end, I was very happy with the end product since I believe that I hit all those goals, even if only just barely.

    The actual plot came to me in mere moments, I knew it had to be centered around the betrayal of love at the hands of a dubious and unreliable protagonist. I think it was because I had read yet another creepypasta that used a trope that I loathed. The bumbling male protago…

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  • AmericaQwer

    My story got deleted

    February 29, 2020 by AmericaQwer

    I don't know why but it was probably saying Kyle was my name even though it's not.

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  • AustinDR

    Favorite Lovecraftian Gods

    February 29, 2020 by AustinDR

    Also includes creations by other writers of the Mythos.

    1. Nyarlathotep: The Crawling Chaos. The Haunter in the Dark. The Dreaded Voice of the Outer Gods. Nyarlathotep is the son of Azathoth who unlike his brethren who are locked away and sleeping, Nyarlathotep freely travels the world in thousands of forms sewing the sounds of nightmare wherever he goes. While many of the gods in Lovecraft's works are incapable of being judged by our standards of morality, Nyarlathotep has a far too human personality and is one of the few malevolent beings in the Mythos. First appearing in the 1920 short story of the same name, Nyarlathotep debuts arriving out of Egypt to present strange performances on a small town. When the narrator passes them away as tr…

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  • RoboticDeMoN

    So I have a lot of Ideas for my creepypasta I need help finding which would be the best 

    ( My creepypasta's name is 40212 so when I say that I am talking about the creepypasta's antagonist )

    • The first idea is a website that will decide if you will be visted by 40212 ( who will be a robot angel thing ) that will kill you slowly
    • Second is a robot angel ( again ) that will only kill you if you summon him in a bloody mary style
    • Last  is a God- No TITAN like creature that would kidnap children, men and women and put them through disturbing and terrfiy tests to see if he would let them become a GOD

    So please tell me would you like best and ideas for it

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  • BetaKolider0

    My SM

    February 24, 2020 by BetaKolider0

    Wut am I doing?

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  • EtherBot

    Note to reader: this is the second part in a two-part showcase on the works of Diexilius . If you haven't read the first part , you will probably want to before continuing forward with this analysis. As well, there will be detailed spoilers for the story we analyze here, and I strongly urge you to read it before reading my thoughts.

    "Okay, but first I'll have to remind you, any substance you found was probably not on purpose"

    - Diexilius, 2019

    When I approached Diexilius for insight on his story Predicting Something, he remarked that he "...just wanted to come up with a less conventional idea, and something about that specific scenario sounded good enough." When able to look back and critique his work, he expressed disappointment in the simpli…

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  • EtherBot

    Hello, welcome to this index/introduction to some of the work I've been doing over the past three years. This post will provide a short explanation/history of the Random Writer's Showcases written by myself, and will contain links to each of the installments for easy access. As more showcases come out, I'll make sure to update this article.

    The sheer stretch of time devoted to the creation of only 16 episodes means there is a wide varience in quality and conventions from the first to the last showcase. Each showcase can typically be expected to contain reviews of several curated works from a writer chosen off of the site. The ways an author is chosen varies but is not truly random. The hope is that the selection can serve to shine a light o…

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  • StaleGuy21

    Just a question

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  • John Marrs


    February 14, 2020 by John Marrs

    This is my first blog post, figured I would introduce myself after about three months on being on the Wiki. Well, hello. I'm John Marrs. Don't know what else to say.

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