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Please note that this is not a place to ask why your story was deleted; it's for contesting deletions. If you'd like feedback on your story and/or specific reasons as to why it was deleted, you can try posting it on the writing help forum for feedback before making an appeal. If you don't have a copy of your story, you can message an admin beforehand and they will provide a copy to use in the writer's workshop or for revision. Admins are not obligated to give a reason for overturning an appeal.

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Casper, the Not-So-Friendly Ghost (DENIED)

An admin deleted this story without any reference to rules I failed to follow. Rather, the admin seemed to delete the story based on their opinion, on the basis of disliking the story. See below:

  • I'm sorry, but this theory feels incredibly rushed with very little evidence to back it up. Add onto that the brief nature of the post at a few sentences and this ends up feeling like something that was written without a lot put into the execution of the premise. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 19:25, February 23, 2019 (UTC)*

Jake Wick (talk) 19:32, February 23, 2019 (UTC)

I'm sorry you feel that way, but there is little to be subjective about here. Your story doesn't have enough content to really form any real opinion on it due to its short and repetitive nature. Your story is rushed, provides very little evidence to back up the theory, and a lot of work doesn't seem to be present in its execution.
Story issues: The theory is rushed. At five sentences long, it comes off as incredibly repetitive to state the same thing multiple times without adding anything to it. Here are two sentences back-to-back that exemplify this point: "Why doesn't he have a huge band of friends by the end of the series? Seems like he should have amassed a whole hoard of companions..." In a longer story this could be used to accentuate points in-between evidence, but here it ends up feeling like a space filler due to the lack of any real examples to back up the claims.
Story issues cont.: You provide no evidence to back up the theory. You basically posit that any character that isn't featured consistently in the show met some unfortunate fate at the hands of Casper, but you don't really back that up with anything. Given that there are dozens of episodic shows that follow the same formula (Scooby Doo for example), what ends up separating them in regards to your theory? There isn't enough given to really form a good basis for a theory.
Story issues cont.: It comes off like very little work was put in for the execution of the premise. "Ever notice how, at the start of each episode of "Casper, the Friendly Ghost", Casper is back at square one with no friends? Why doesn't he have a huge band of friends by the end of the series? Seems like he should have amassed a whole hoard of companions... So, what happens between the end of a particular episode and the start of the next episode?"
Conclusion: As for the claim that I'm being subjective. Here is a line from the Cliche page about theory-based stories and their overall quality: "Lack of evidence to back-up your theories. Not a cliché, just saying, it doesn't make a good story if the concept appears like it wasn't thought out or well-written." I'm sorry, but in the story's current form, this is rushed, has no real evidence to back-up the claims, and feels weak in terms of execution and it fails to meet our quality standards. Feel free to take this to the writer's workshop (link in the deletion message) if you plan on re-writing this or want an opinion from someone other than an admin on the overall quality. I'm tuning down this appeal. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 19:57, February 23, 2019 (UTC)
How on Earth can you be the one deleting the story and THEN deciding on the merits of the appeal?! Shouldn't that be someone else?? You're playing multiple roles, here. ~~~~
Given that other admins don't tend to answer appeals in a quick manner, I figured I'd explain the issues that were present given that you made no attempts to revise the work in question and your major complaint was that I was failing to be objective when carrying out a quality check on something that has been labeled as an issue for years by other people. However, if you are looking for another opinion, then you can message another admin to weigh in or take your story to the writer's workshop like I stated above. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 20:58, February 23, 2019 (UTC)

Fireball Studios (DENIED)

Hey Uh, My Story was Deleted and i had followed the rules correctly before beginning and i was wondering can "There Is No Time" be brought back please? Fireball Studios (talk) 15:37, March 18th, 2019 (UTC)

Your story was deleted as it failed to meet our quality standards due to widespread capitalization, wording, and plot issues. As such, I'm turning down this appeal after outlining the issues. I would strongly recommend using the writer's workshop for your next story as you have overlooked a number of basic English errors and your plot could use quite a bit of touching up.
Capitalization: You have a tendency to not capitalize proper nouns. "While i (I) made it into the backroom, i (I) would usually take out my Nintendo Switch to play Super Smash Bros Ultimate, however i (I) didn't feel like playing", "My phone went off as i (I) had got a text message from my mother.", "very bossy about what to do and i (I) had already know my job too well as i had worked for 8 Months prior to her.", etc.
Capitalization issues cont.: You also miss capitalize words. "I made my way into the Bowling Alley (bowling alley) as it was my job as a Night Porter to clean everything up.", "As it stopped after it was a picture of her and my brother at the Amusement Park (amusement park) for the Halloween Haunt without me.", "very bossy about what to do and i had already know my job too well as i had worked for 8 Months (months) prior to her." etc.
Wording: There are numerous run-on sentences here. "I arrived at work looking very almost depressed with my job coach driving me, as last week i asked my boss if i could take a day off on Friday to go do my family tradition with my mother and brother, but she denied this as i had to work on a Friday night.", "It was 7 and my job coach barged into the door and this wasn't usually her as she had started to actually start being very bossy about what to do and i had already know my job too well as i had worked for 8 Months prior to her.", etc.
Awkward wording: "She didn't care about the pain i was suffering to my back as i had to be on my knees and cut open through the tape with a plastic knife.", "After the boxes were hurt, she had stand up and stopped me from doing anymore and started to yell even more.", "Next i had to carry all the boxes that were broken down to the dumpster as my job coach had to yell at me", "I putted all the boxes in the dumpster to where all the other cardboard boxes would go.", etc. I would suggest reading these aloud to yourself and noting areas where the flow is broken and those are generally the areas that need work.
Story: There were other mechanical issues, but a majority of the problems lie in the plot itself. First and foremost, this doesn't feel like a horror story. The protagonist has a bad day and then they kill themselves. There really isn't any focus on building up any sense of tension or horror here.
Story issues cont.: How exactly does this work in a first person story that is being written in real time? "Then i thrust the Knife into the right side of my head piercing it through my skull and brain as a huge chunk of blood flows out of the right side of my head, then i dropped dead on the floor." I'm sorry, but this story doesn't meet our quality standards and requires a drastic re-write. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 19:59, March 18, 2019 (UTC)

I wish to do a story rewrite (DENIED)

My story, of which I can't remember my old name for it, was deleted because it failed to meet quality standards for a variety of reasons. I was wondering if you would allow me to rewrite the story with the same base characters but with a different plot than the one I had previously. If an admin sees this, I essentially want to recycle my previous characters but with a different storyline to make it a better creepypasta.

LionPrince13 (talk) 05:29, April 30, 2019 (UTC)

Author has failed to cite which of their seven deleted stories they're appealing. Also it should be noted that all their stories were deleted for failing to meet our quality standards, so making an appeal without a revised work or an actual story to review is not a good approach (see header above). EmpyrealInvective (talk) 05:38, April 30, 2019 (UTC)

Clifford The Big Red Dog: Dooms Day (DENIED)

uh my story got deleated but i had little context on what rules i broke so if the admin that did that wants to say why then do so uh i don't really care if it's gone i just want to know why.

—Preceding unsigned comment added by ErrorSansAU (talkcontribs).

Your appeal is denied as your story fails to meet our quality standards. It's also worth noting that I listed the issues on your talk page which I'm just going to list below. There are widespread capitalization, punctuation, spelling, wording, and plot issues.
Capitalization issues: You fail to capitalize "I" numerous times. "The Big Red Dog plushs i had some from the show", " I had them in my basement for a while as i grew out of those shows but that day", "My Clifford The Dog plush staring into my soul, i shivered", etc. You also frequently fail to capitalize sentences. "soon! your (Your) dooms day!", "happen? was those plushs possosed?", "maybe but i will never know.", etc.
Punctuation: You tend to forget how to punctuate sentences and words properly. "But i swear i had a weird dream about those plushes(period missing)", "this isn't a lost ep creepypasta(.) it is around the dolls so don't scream at me okay(,) back to this story.", " i laughed(,/.) i wasn't scared tho it was weird", etc.
Spelling/wording: "i assume you have came to read something that happnd (sic) to me", "I got on a discord call with my best freind (sic) who gave me the plush", "I had a few Clifford The Big Red Dog plushs (sic)", "It stabbed me in the arm atleast (sic) that was what my parents told me in the hostpeltal (sic) because i blacked out". You also frequently have tense shifting issues.
Plot issues: The story is incredibly rushed and very little time is spent to building any real sense of horror or tension. As a result, lines like this: "i asked them why they ended the call but they just send me a picure (picture) of them dead." end up coming off more as comical than your original intention.
Plot issues cont.: This story needs a lot more in way of description and detail to be effective. The final confrontation: "I looked over my shoulder and saw the Clifford Plush with a knife in their paw. It stabbed me in the arm atleast that was what my parents told me in the hostpeltal because i blacked out." comes off more like an afterthought due to any real build-up. Finally, the lack of proof-reading results in a story where there isn't a single sentence in the 20+ that doesn't have an error of some sort. I would strongly suggest reading the quality standards if you're confused as a majority of this was outlined there. Given the issues above, I'm turning down this appeal and advising you use the writer's workshop for your next story as this is a lot of errors to overlook. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 20:34, May 26, 2019 (UTC)

My Little Dark Pony (DENIED)

Hi I don’t know why my story My Little Dark Pony was deleted. I know that they’re was nothing there but I did not finish it. I just did not know how to save it without putting it out.

Here is the start of my story if you want to see.

Do you ever wonder what happens under Equstria as we know it. If you do then you’re in for a treat. This is a story about what happens in “Under Equstria” where the Pegasus are AI and the Unicorns, Earth Ponies and Alicorns are AI and alive!

Please tell me what went wrong with My Little Dark Pony.

~~~~Kelty Pixel

This wiki does not accept unfinished stories. On top of that, it additionally violates our spinoff rules by using another creator's IP. While I didn't delete your story, those would be two of the likely reasons I'd cite. As for saving it, I would suggest using a word document or Pastebin.com if you don't have access to one. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 22:19, May 29, 2019 (UTC)

Thanks for telling me the reason why my story My Little Dark Pony was deleted.

Kelty Pixel (talk) 22:49, May 29, 2019 (UTC)Kelty Pixel

Failure to follow appeal ("The cheetah doll") (DENIED)

Can you please put the cheetah doll back up. I worked hard and I did not see any problems and what dose cliche mean? I was about to work on it so please kind s/he (he and she)  can you put it back up? I promise I will improve it

This appeal is automatically denied as the author failed to follow the guidelines above. It's also worth noting if they make the appeal now with the story in its current form, it will be denied as it's riddled with errors and plot issues. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 20:52, June 6, 2019 (UTC)

Mary's Music Box - Deleted (DENIED)

I wrote the story myself while listening to a 2:30 second song off on youtube and posted it there as a comment, i read the rules and the guidelines for the community, and the reason's why it could be deleted.


I even used a link to the youtube music maker's video to which i wrote it, i also used a spelling and grammar checker which found nothing wrong. I literally had just posted my story, and it was deleted almost instantly!

Here is a copy of it. This time however i am not going to respace it all out, as in the original post it was spaced out properly and as far as i can know it was deleted without clear instructions, only thing i was told was 'There were widespread capitalization, punctuation, run-on sentences, wording, and plot issues. EmpyrealInvective(talk) 12:08, June 22, 2019 (UTC)'

The widespread capitalization was only in moment's where the character was screaming or where their voice had changed to a more demonic darker tone, some horror writers use it as well.

Punctuation that is widespread? As far as i know i used comma's after every proper way, yes sometimes i used them to divide parts of the story to let the reader know to remember that information, it is something most book writers use as well.

Run-on Sentences, you mean like putting those comma's there to keep a line going but allowing the reader rest as the comma is supposed to stand for stop reading for half a second and rest your eyes that time, while a . is supposed to mean to be a few seconds. However when someone uses the "..." behind a line, it is the character either letting the word fall slowly rather then end abrubtly. 

Wording? What do you mean wording? I know the story was written in under an hour but i used very careful words and grammar to make sure it was fitting, not going too heinous with my writing was a part of that.

Plot issue's? What plot issue's were there? It is a mid told story, where the information is given to the reader while also giving them the information ONLY when it is truly needed. —Preceding unsigned comment added by UmbraRex (talkcontribs).

Edit:

I found some slight spelling errors left by the spelling checker, last time i use a website, next time i am just grabbing a dictionary. ​​​​​​

Alright, I am going to go through your points and give them consideration as I review this story. That being said, trying to explain the errors rather than fixing them is not the best approach so I will be turning down this appeal at the end as all of the errors are still present.
"The widespread capitalization was only in moment's where the character was screaming or where their voice had changed to a more demonic darker tone, some horror writers use it as well."
I'm sorry, but you're overlooking a lot of capitalization issues here. Does the dialogue explanation also cover the numerous times you fail to properly capitalize words that need to be capitalized and capitalize words that shouldn't in the writing itself? "i (I) hope the creator would be willing to choose it as the official story for it", "Mary lived with her Mother (mother shouldn't be capitalized here as it's not being used as a proper noun.) and father", "i am sorry, i tried to keep you safe, but they made me kill myself, the voices, i relive", etc. You could try to argue that the errors in dialogue were intentional, but with them peppered throughout the story itself (sometimes even failing to properly capitalize sentences themselves), it doesn't really work as an explanation.
"Punctuation that is widespread? As far as i know i used comma's after every proper way, yes sometimes i used them to divide parts of the story to let the reader know to remember that information, it is something most book writers use as well."
It is very widespread. You attempt to use commas as periods numerous times throughout the story leading to massive run-on sentences that negatively impact the story flow (see below). You also forget to use apostrophes with possessive words. "they heard the girl(')s music box playing", "written in their daughters hand", etc. You also don't use punctuation when introducing dialogue and frequently fail to properly use commas. "the father said(comma/colon missing) "She is our little girl.. we need to help her."", "she sat up and got out of bed and asked.(should be a comma or colon as it's the continuation of a sentence) "D-darling(comma missing) what is wrong?"", "Gerald(comma missing) what are you doing?!", " Mary(,) are you okay?!"", etc.
"Run-on Sentences, you mean like putting those comma's there to keep a line going but allowing the reader rest as the comma is supposed to stand for stop reading for half a second and rest your eyes that time, while a . is supposed to mean to be a few seconds. However when someone uses the "..." behind a line, it is the character either letting the word fall slowly rather then (sic) end abruptly."
A comma signifies a brief pause whereas a period is a full stop. Having sentences that take up the entire paragraph do not work in the story's favor as it impacts the story's flow. Try reading the 'two' sentences I copy/pasted from your story below in a single breath. Here's a guide on run-on sentences to help explain the issue.
"The girl smiled only at day, but she stood outside of her home every day after school,(.) she was a good girl, no one bullied her, but her parents were worried about her,(.) for everyday she stood for tens of minutes outside of their gate, staring at the house looking from room to room,(.) her eyes seemed so dark in those moments, as if life had abandoned her very soul, as if she had nothing to live for,(.) she then almost nearing an hour of time every day started to move, her hands unlocking the gate, and she would enter.," "Mary sat every night on the same carpet floor, rocking back and forth, talking to herself, or was there someone with her, the lock on her room had a cover on it, and her parent's respected her so they did not look, sometimes in the middle of the night they heard the girls music box playing, they wondered why the happy tunes sounded so scary, as if the joy had been taken from it, the tunes turned darker and deeper every night, and sometimes, they could see shadows dancing at their door, but what truly terrified them, was that today, their little girl's voice sounded slightly distorted at night when she knocked on the door.", etc.
"Wording? What do you mean wording? I know the story was written in under an hour but i used very careful words and grammar to make sure it was fitting, not going too heinous with my writing was a part of that."'
I meant awkward wording and grammatical issues in particular. There are a lot of instances of awkward wording here. Please try reading these lines aloud to see how unnaturally they come off: "her white dresses always made her seem like the purest girl of all, but she knew the facade was there, that she lies to everyone, now why would she think that?", "as if she had nothing to live for, she then almost nearing an hour of time every day started to move, her hands unlocking the gate, and she would enter.", "in the dark room there was a fog and a cold air, when they looked around they stood baffled at the door that was supposed to connect to her bathroom", etc. A general rule of thumb is to read your story aloud to yourself and if anything comes off as awkward, stilted, or makes you stumble as you're reading it; then that is what generally needs to be corrected.
Grammatical issues: You tend to misuse it's/its (conjunction it is/possessive) and their/there/they're (their=possessive, there=indicatory, they're=conjunction for they are/were): "the music box sounds it's notes." and "they saw their daughter standing their (there)" are the two most notable. There are also quite a lot of spelling errors here.
"Plot issue's? What plot issue's were there? It is a mid told story, where the information is given to the reader while also giving them the information ONLY when it is truly needed."
The story is incredibly rushed and fails to really build up any sense of tension. The numerous spelling and instances of awkward wording contribute to its hastily told manner. This feels like something that was written in an hour and hastily thrown up without any proof-reading or revising.
Plot inconsistencies: Lines like this: ""Mother, father, i am sorry, i tried to keep you safe, but they made me kill myself, the voices, i relive this with you at the same time, please, find a way to escape."" don't fit with the description of the daughter's death: "their baby girl, strung up with her arms wide and legs crossed into a sickening display, her legs were twisted into a drill like motion and burned together, her chest was bare and the skin was removed, her eyes were gauged out and her fingers removed, she hang there from a gallow, but then they looked at her head, which was covered by something, and then they realised it, it was the head of their female dog". Are you implying she killed herself by stringing herself up, gouging out her eyes, flaying herself, burning herself, and then sewing on the dog head? If so, how?
Issues with the story itself: A lot of this feels like you wrote this all at once and were going from point to point without really telling the story effectively. The ending implies that you want it to be cyclical, but you don't really build off of that so the ending comes off more as an afterthought than an impactful ending.
There are other plot issues, but to be honest, this is getting longer than the story itself so I'm going to cut off the appeal here. I'm sorry, but there are way too many capitalization, punctuation, spelling, grammatical, run-on sentences, and plot issues present to meet the bare minimum of our quality standards. As such, I'm turning down this appeal and suggesting you use the writer's workshop (see link in your talk page) as this is a lot to overlook when writing and if you post another story with this many issues, it will be deleted. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 13:16, June 22, 2019 (UTC)

Thanks for letting me know your a grammar nazi by not even including the way of grammar taught in different languages where we are not all egotistical enough to capitalize the letter I.

Caterina Valentine (DENIED)

My story was deleted due to spelling errors in it and since then I have made sure to read over it and change a lot of things and hopefully corrected the spelling errors as well and would like a second chance at this story being put back up if it is fixed.

~—Preceding unsigned comment added by Ggzz (talkcontribs).

I'm sorry, but there are a large amount of punctuation, capitalization, wording, and story issues result in this failing to meet our quality standards. If you look at my message on your talk page, you'll notice that a lot of the same issues from your previous stories are present here. I would strongly recommend using the writer's workshop for your next story as it's likely to be deleted if you repeat the same errors. In the meantime, I'm going to highlight some of the issues I found which led to me turning down this appeal.
Punctuation issues: You frequently forget to punctuate possessive words. "the psychiatrist was most concerned about was Cats (Cat's) expressions", "The doctor finally came to the conclusion that Cats (Cat's) condition is incurable and is worse like the psychiatrist Thought", etc.
Capitalization errors: You randomly capitalize words. "Cat was troubled as a kid she had social anxiety and Depression (depression) by the age of 15", "She's 19, 2 Years (years) she lived through therapy and none of it worked she also was practicing psychology", "The doctor finally came to the conclusion that Cats condition is incurable and is worse like the psychiatrist Thought (thought)", "The psychiatrist has come to the conclusion that Cat has Borderline (borderline) personality disorder and mild Narcissistic (narcissistic) personality disorder", etc.
Capitalization issues cont.: You tend to improperly capitalize dialogue and sentences. “yes,I (Yes, I) feel like people don’t care about me at times”, "times(.)” now (Now) usually people wouldn’t be so straight forward with this kind of thing"
Awkward wording: "She is portrayed as a sweet girl and she is to people like her, but isn’t to others", "The things she went through with the blood tests and hours in a white padded room, the tingling feeling in her veins or a deep craving in her nails to rip something or the smell of blood, the instinct that she shut away since she was younger has now came back making her crave something, it makes her eyes dilate and her heartbeat.", etc.
Grammar: There=indicatory, their=possessive, they're=they are. "decided to check her to see if their (there) were any scars or cuts which they did find on the bottom of her foot,", "this left the psychiatrist sure that she is depressed but the psychiatrist also thought their (there) might be something else wrong with her.", etc.
Run-on sentences: "Cat was troubled as a kid she had social anxiety and Depression by the age of 15 and was cutting herself, she cut her arm once or twice but most of the damage was on her foot where no one can see it and sooner or later down the road Cat stopped but that drive she had will always be resting inside her", "Cat is now wearing black clothes and has also been developing some strange behavior, she is collecting knives and drawing dark things, she is also curious about the human mind and started to read books on all kinds of psychology like criminology, psychopathology, and forensic psychology which became a huge interest in Cat that she decided to become a psychologist which is worrying.", etc.
Plot issues: The story feels more like a vehicle for your OC than an actual story that's trying to engage with the audience. A large section is told passively when it should be conveyed in the story itself ("Cat is now wearing black clothes and has also been developing some strange behavior, she is collecting knives and drawing dark things, she is also curious about the human mind and started to read books on all kinds of psychology like criminology, psychopathology, and forensic psychology which became a huge interest in Cat that she decided to become a psychologist which is worrying.")
It also needs work on effectively telling the plot. It glosses over a lot ("she lived through therapy and none of it worked she also was practicing psychology just in case even if she never gets out." How is she practicing psychology here?) and feels incredibly rushed towards the end. I'm sorry, but there is a lot of issues here and the plot itself is pretty typical for an OC story. As such, I'm turning down your appeal. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 01:28, July 18, 2019 (UTC)

The User I Won't Forget (DENIED)

My story was deleted do to not meeting the quality standards. However, i proofread the story and also used Google Docs to look for typos, the grammar wasn't perfect, but a few edits would've fixed i think. Looking through the tropes i shouldn't use, i didn't really notice many cliches in my story. When it comes to capitalization, i'd say it was mostly right, except for usernames mentioned, which don't have to be perfectly capitalized i think. The descriptions were a little short, but there was enough description to get the idea of what the profile photo and intruder looked like, there was even a recreation of what the PFP looked like. I also used the right editor and also used spaces between paragraphs to avoid a wall of text. I also think it was pretty original. That is all.

Written by Imjustthere

Your story is riddled with capitalisation (you never capitalise "I" for some reason - "None of us knew who he was, and i don't know how he found the server, as i only sent the invite to my Twitter followers via DM, i legit have never heard of this guy" <- that's 3 instances in one sentence, but in every single instance where you use I as a pronoun outside of speech, you never capitalise it), you never use punctuation with dialogue correctly (e.g. "He says “that's weird, probably just a troll, still don’t know how he ended up in your server though”" -> you're meant to put dialogue in a new line. It helps make it easy to track who's talking. You're meant to start new dialogue with a capital letter, and put a comma after "says"), run-on sentences ("I had so much on my mind, i didn’t even question where he acquired the drawings, they didn’t look like any creepy kids drawings i’ve seen before, they were also drawn in ink, with random lines that looked like they were drawn with crayons, i’m assuming just to throw me off, but i just kept on asking him how he got into the server"), tense errors, and many many more ("I shut off my mic and send my brother a message on my phone telling him how scared i was…..five minutes, no answer.").
We have our QS for a reason. We use it to try and limit the sheer number of new stories, and make sure that the stories that get through have had a bare minimum amount of effort put into them, and that people have read the rules and looked over their stories for basic errors like not capitalising "I". Mechanically your story falls well below these standards, and shows no sign of even having been proof read. Not only have you failed to notice these numerous errors, but you didn't read the rules regarding the appeal, and posted here without making any effort to fix your story or post to the workshop looking for help. An appeal without any changes made is a default rejection. This information is available at the top of this very page. ChristianWallis (talk) 13:54, July 22, 2019 (UTC)

Glitched Disease (DENIED)

Glitched Disease

Appearently, it somehow got deleted, the creepypasta itself was a mix of a comment and it's 2nd reply, and I made that 2nd reply, the 1st simply said "Oh.", and, it spawned here because I had a feeling of putting it here, just with a few changes, I also mentioned Epilepsy, I think that should be removed, and other reasons, I don't know.

Deletion Appeal done.

I made a Plague Inc. Evolved based creepypasta about something weird happening in the game, it's a merge of two comments (actually 1 comment, and my reply (the 2nd)) in Youtube, and I mentioned epilepsy 2 times, and what other reasons?

I don't know!

Maybe mentioning Epilepsy caused the deletion, or the link address, or a cliche I just used once because the game's still acting weird? I don't even know!

If this gets denied, I'll not get angry, and also, tell me the reason. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Ryeunmigs (talkcontribs).

While I'm not the admin who deleted this story, I can see the issues present which resulted in it failing to meet our quality standards. I would suggest looking over the deletion message Helel left on your talk page as it covers a lot of the reasons why your story was deleted. The main issues are the formatting, the run-on sentences, the story's rushed nature, and issues in execution.
Formatting: While this isn't a huge issue, it's still something that impacts viewership/audience immersion. Your story is a single paragraph that needs to be broken up a bit to help with flow. A typical paragraph is 5-10 sentences in length. This is done to make the story easy to read and improve flow. A story that doesn't do this comes off as blocky.
Run-on sentences: Your entire story is a single run-on sentence that should be broken into multiple sentences. A sentence is a complete thought (for example: "I opened Plague Inc. Evolved on my computer(.)") and is concluded with a period, exclamation point, question mark, or another form of conclusive punctuation. You also need to properly capitalize the start of sentences. I'm not going to include the entire run-on sentence for the sake of space so here's the first part which needs to be properly broken into sentences:
"I opened Plague Inc. Evolved on my computer, I selected Virus because I was bored, the game starts, I looked at the Abilities, but something's different, the only option was named 'Activate", no description, and it costed -1 DNA ..."
The story's rushed nature: The story is very rushed and doesn't really have any build up. It basically opens with the protagonist playing the app and noticing something's going on. There is very little focus on building up what's happening in the story. There's also a lack of conclusion here with the story just ending: "I reopened it again, and it's normal, no anomalies, I was relieved, no crazy -1 DNA costing things, no flashing lights, just normal." This feels like it was written in a single sitting with no proof-reading or revision.
Story issues: There's also a real lack of description that weakens the overall plot. Take this line for example: "suddenly, the counters go haywire, the Healthy, Infected, and Dead counters change rapidly, it's almost like it's gonna give me epilepsy". You don't mention the flashing lights until the second half of the story ("the game goes haywire again, I feel like I have epilepsy, because of the amount of flashing lights"). To properly tell this story, you need to effectively describe what the protagonist is experiencing, seeing, feeling, etc. Give the audience something to relate to so that they can put themselves in the protagonist's shoes.
I'm sorry, but as it currently stands, this story doesn't meet our quality standards. It needs significant revision and since you made this appeal without any revisions, I'm turning down the story outright for the reasons I listed above. A final note, these are the issues I found with the story and might not be the same issues that Helel saw when he decided to delete your story. I would suggest using the writer's workshop (link on your talk page) for your next story as there are a lot of mechanical and plot issues here. Best of luck with your writing in the future. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 14:39, August 31, 2019 (UTC)

The Bloodshot Eye (DENIED)

My story got deleted and I want to know why? My story was called "The Bloodshot Eye". I worked hard on it. Used Grammarly to help. Was it the 2 of the same genres thing cause I messed up.

BlackSpaceBelt (talk) 01:16, September 21, 2019 (UTC) BlackSpaceBelt

Hello. My story "The Nightmare Incident" got deleted and I want to know why it was. I thought it was a good pasta. Please tell me why it was removed and I can try to fix it.    

BlackSpaceBelt (talk) 01:25, September 21, 2019 (UTC)BlackSpaceBelt

As I stated on your talk page, your story was deleted due to numerous punctuation, wording, coding, and plot issues. As you've made no changes or submitted a revised version, I am going to outline the errors I found and turn down this appeal. Additionally since "The Nightmare Incident" has similar plot issues, I'm just going to issue a blanket denial while listing the issues that were prevalent in both and hope someone points out the plot holes in the writer's workshop that I can elaborate on if they go un-reviewed.

Coding issues: While this is a small issue, it can still render text completely unreadable in certain circumstances if you use visual editor instead of source mode. Every line of your story has this coding in editor mode which can make it difficult to edit/seperate from the text of the story: "<p dir="ltr">The Image that was shown to Henry from his son</p>"
Punctuation issues: You frequently forget to introduce dialogue with proper punctuation or use punctuation correctly in dialogue. "She keeps saying(comma/colon missing) “What’s wrong, Henry(question mark missing)”.(punctuation should not be left outside of quotations)", I say(,/:) “I’m having these nightmares of a man with a red-eye appearing(.)”.", etc.
Wording issues: There are frequent instances of awkward wording. "At least I’ve never seen him in the real world since I was young. (Do you mean to say that the protagonist couldn't remember exact details?)", "He keeps staring out my (sic) with that red eye.", "I’ve never got a glimpse of it. I was young when I saw it,", etc. I would suggest reading your story aloud to yourself as a general rule of thumb and working on areas where you stumble or come off sounding awkward.
Plot issues: Here's were a majority of the issues were. There were problems with a real lack of description ti build up the story. A number of lines come off as bland due to not really being descriptive or engaging: "I remember when I was young, my parents took me to Disneyworld. It was the best time ever.", "He keeps staring out my with that red eye. I wake up every time I see it. It was pretty damn scary."
Plot issues cont.: There are also a lot of redundancies in the plot where you restate points to the point that it comes off like story padding. "“The Pale Man” also known as “The Bloodshot Eye”. His eye was bloodshot.", "He has to die and I will kill it. Ok so I killed it,", etc.
Conclusion: The ending is incredibly rushed as well. It feels like you wrote this in an hour and sped through the conclusion to the point that it comes off more like placeholder lines rather than the actual ending. "My wife and son are dead. He has to die and I will kill it. Ok so I killed it, he was so easy. He didn’t even stand a chance.  I hope he is dead otherwise he will come back and kill me." There are other issues in the plot, but I think this is enough to showcase why this appeal is being turned down. I would suggest using the writer's workshop for your next story as there are a lot of issues that need working on here. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 01:38, September 21, 2019 (UTC)

The communication ritual deleted? (DENIED)}

I have a quick question and that is why does my story keep getting deleted? I checked my grammar and everything but all I get in response from the administrators is "No edit summary given", what does this mean?

As you reuploaded the story without going through the proper channels (making an appeal first or getting admin approval), it was deleted in accordance with our site rules. Additionally as you didn't follow the header above when making this appeal (not using a signature), this appeal is being turned down until you can properly follow the guidelines. On a final note, I would strongly suggest looking over your writer's workshop post as I spotted a lot of issues (in particular, capitalization, punctuation, formatting, wording and plot issues) mentioned in the post that are still present in your story that might impact its approval if you make a proper appeal without correcting these issues. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 12:39, October 7, 2019 (UTC)


The Christmas Of Terror (DENIED)

An admin deleted this story without any reference to rules I failed to follow. I mean what did I even did wrong? I mean it took hours to write it, only to see it being deleted? I mean, couldn't you just write a message about what annoyed you in the story, so I could change it? Anyway I re-upload the story here (I also re-edit it) and I hope this time it will meet the quality standarts, if not write a comment to tell me what to change. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Vasilios diagoumas (talkcontribs).

As per what I wrote on your talk page "There were widespread capitalization, punctuation, run-on sentences, tense shifting, and plot issues which resulted in your story failing to meet our quality standards.". As you've made no changes, this appeal is being turned down. Additionally, as you re-uploaded it (and were warned against doing so in the past), you are being issued a one day ban. Here is a breakdown of some of the issues I found in your story:
Capitalization: You frequently fail to capitalize proper nouns and randomly capitalize words improperly. "Jack and Michael get in jack's (Jack) car and Jack", " he told me that Pericles was the guy with the santa claus", "slowly walking behind us and then I understand that this was just the Beginning (beginning)", etc.
Punctuation: You frequently use commas where you should be using a period. This creates multiple run-on sentences and negatively impacts the story's flow. "A few minutes later we finally arrived outside of the family's house,(.)", "Jack told us to be quiet,(.)", "we (We) get out of the car and slowly walked towards the door of the house,(.)", "my (My) adrenaline was on top (sic), then I heard a strange sound from an abandoned villa near the family's house,(.), "I told the others about it however Michael told me that it was probably just the wind,(.)", "when Michael tried to open the door, it was locked,(.)", "Michael thought that the family probably hid the key in the garden as no car was on the house, so we all assumed that the family was on the carnival that a city had near our village,(.)", "Michael quickly went to the garden and tried to find a key.", etc.
Run-on sentences: A majority of your sentences are run-on. "Hey! I'am Georgia Mpalafouti, when I was 18 years old, in Decmeber of 1983 me and 2 of my friends Jack and Michael decide to see how would it be if we were going to rob a rich family that was living in the mountain of our village, one night we decided to do it so I, Jack and Michael get in jack's car and Jack (who was driver) started to drive towards the mountain, Michael had bring masks with him so we can wore them and hide our identities in case one of the members of the family were going to see us." and "Michael told us to choose a mask, so Jack stopped the car so we can wore one, I wore a clown mask, Jack wore a Parrot mask and Michael wore a Jester mask, after that Jack started to drive again, I looked out of the window, as I was seeing the snow felling in the ground I felt the feeling of what was going to happen if we actually rob the family, if we managed to do it succesfully, what was going to happen in this case?" are two of the 10+ examples of massive run-on sentences that make up a large portion of your story.
Tense shifting/incorrect tenses: "we quickly runned (ran) away however by now we had already caught the man's attention", "Michael told us to choose a mask, so Jack stopped the car so we can wore (wear) one, I wore a clown mask, Jack wore a Parrot mask and Michael wore a Jester mask", "I looked out of the window, as I was seeing the snow felling in (falling on) the ground", etc. Please note that if English isn't your native language, you may need to enlist the help of someone who is fluent to proof-read your story for you to help with these issues.
Plot issues: The story is incredibly rushed and awkwardly worded throughout. You spend very little time building events and rush from one point to the next without any real attempt to flesh them out. Lines like: "we quickly runned away however by now we had already caught the man's attention, we started to run as he was running after us.After sometime I and Michael thought the man lost us, we decided to go back in the car and get out of this place, however it the night was very dark by now, so Michael didn't really where we were going," need a lot of revision.
Plot issues cont.: Additionally the story needs a lot of work with its description as a lot of it comes off as bland and uninteresting. "A tall man, wearing a gardener's boiler suit and a santa claus mask, was stabbing Michael with his knife repeatedly, we quickly runned away however by now we had already caught the man's attention, we started to run as he was running after us"
Conclusion: There are a lot of other issues here, but given that you didn't really make any changes to your story since you re-uploaded it (the changes you did make were to combine multiple paragraphs together, creating formatting issues), I'm going to cut this short. I would strongly suggest reading messages carefully once your ban expires (in one day) and using the writer's workshop for your next story as there are a lot of issues present here that need to be fixed if you want to post a story on this site. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 18:30, October 25, 2019 (UTC)

My very first gaming creepypasta, Mortal Suicide, got deleted. I have seen why, but I took another look at it and I deleted all the typos and sould be typo free. So please, give me a second chance.

User failed to follow the header above leading to the immediate denial of their appeal until they can properly follow guidelines. Additionally, it's worth noting that typos were not the only issue present (see talk page) and that the plot, wording, punctuation also need revision. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 16:37, November 8, 2019 (UTC)

Caterina Valentine (DENIED)

An admin deleted my page and denied one of my appeals due to bad grammar and community guidelines but I have been working on this remake for a while and have tried my best to make the story and everything else better.

signed Ggzz

As you have not properly followed the deletion appeal header above (i.e. properly signing your post and not posting the entire story in the appeal as it clogs up the page), this appeal is being turned down until the time you can as per what it says above. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 10:18, November 13, 2019 (UTC)

Peppermint King (DENIED)

I was editing my story when it was deleted it would be nice if I could have my story back I put time into the picture and the story I was very proud, it was about a peppermint dispenser. And a man finding it in a yard sale buying it when he messes up and puts his hand in the mouth too early making him have tramua and a scary ending i will not give out please bring me my story back.
Candystore

Photo: —Preceding unsigned comment added by WildWildGuest (talkcontribs).

Here's a copy of your story. As for the appeal itself, I'm afraid I have to turn it down as there were frequent capitalization (mis-capitalization of words), punctuation (missing from sentences/dialogue), awkward wording, and plot issues (mainly involving the story's pacing and descriptions) which resulted in it failing to meet our quality standards. I pointed this out on your talk page and since are appeal explicitly advises editing/proof-reading your story before making an appeal, I'm just going to point out some of the errors I found on your latest draft when I deleted it.
Capitalization errors: You frequently mis-capitalize words and fail to properly capitalize sentences. "A Large (large) Candy (candy) Dispenser (dispenser) I think only seen in France, that would dispense Peppermints (peppermints)", "terrifying. so (So) it was fall and A (a) man was driving to the store when he found a yard sale, he decided it would be neat to check it out.", "home. in (In) pure exasperation (sic) he took the machine out immediately.", etc.
Punctuation: You frequently forget to punctuation sentences properly. "well anyways this is a story about it(./;) I found I do not remember it fully(,) it was on some blog website but I will describe it best i can.", "until then(, Also the sentence is awkwardly worded) he found it(./;/,) The Peppermint King light shining on it with the price tag showing 16$.", etc.
Awkward wording: "stores. A little amount of people do probably.", "well anyways this is a story about it I found I do not remember it fully it was on some blog website but I will describe it best i can.", "So now get ready for what happened was terrifying.", etc. I would suggest reading your story aloud to yourself to catch issues of awkward wording.
Run-on sentences: "Then he searched around he found vintage Toys, Dresses, That seemed to be from little girls, and some from women, there were also candies one of every type, there was furniture lots, and lots, of furniture. until then he found it The Peppermint King light shining on it with the price tag showing 16$.", etc.
Plot issues: Pacing is a large issue here and there are issues with redundancy that makes it feel like you're trying to pad out the story by repeating information. "So he went out of his car, closed the door and walked over to the house. He spoke to the man outside the house in the frontyard where the yard sale was happening.", "The Peppermint King light shining on it with the price tag showing 16$. So he gave the man $16", "Excited he drove to the store a few blocks away to buy some mints, he bought the bag of mints and went home.", etc.
Plot issues: A majority of your story needs work ion its descriptions as they come off as bland or non-sensical. "He Shrouded (sic) in fear as his hand was gone, blood leaking so quickly gushing a stream, he screamed in pain but no one could hear him", "He stayed in the hospital for a while looking at the clock, remembering what happened earlier that day and wondering if his hand will ever come back (The hand that was bitten off? Also, it's a real stretch to believe that the guy would be admitted to the hospital and released the same day for such a major trauma)."
Conclusion: I'm sorry, but this story doesn't meet our quality standards and even if the mechanical issues were fixed, there would still be a lot of work needed to make the plot engaging. I would suggest using the writer's workshop for your next story as these were a lot of issues to overlook. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 02:11, December 24, 2019 (UTC)

Pink Lights (DENIED)

My story was deleted because it did not fit the quality standarts of this site. So I removed the grammar, punction errors and developed my plot, finished my story. My renewed copy is in the writer's workshop. I demand that it gets undeleted Burzum1 (talk) 12:23, February 2, 2020 (UTC)Burzum1

While I understand your urgency, I would appreciate proof-reading more. Unfortunately you have overlooked a lot of errors. Some of these were pointed out by Vngel and some are carry-overs from what I pointed out on your talk page.
Awkward wording: There are a number of places where you use awkward wording or broken English that really weigh down the story. "When I sat by myself all alone, I welcomed my self-thoughts (how does a person have thoughts that aren't of the self) crawling upon my mind unlike the majority of people.", "But they were somehow unimportant and at second plan (sic).", "My stomach started to feel sick, almost threw up (missing words).", "In dead silence with a sick stomach I awaited.", "Slowly getting faster, the knocks also became louder, but systematically.", "Were I hallucinating?", etc.
Fragmented sentences: There are a large number of incomplete sentences in this story. While they can be used once in a while to show informal writing, overuse of fragmented sentences impact the story flow and make it seem choppy. "Lots of blood.", "They did not.", "But they were somehow unimportant and at second plan.", "I guess.", etc.
Capitalization errors: You forget to capitalize the start on sentences when you use numerical words. "9 (Nine) years ago, I remember that it was a rainy and stormy day", "alone. 9 (Nine) years after, I still hear the knocks and see the lights whenever I close my eyes.", etc. In these instances, you would write the number out. The only time you should start a sentence with a number and not capitalize it is when you're giving a specific year.
Capitalization issues cont.: You also have a tendency to improperly capitalize words in the middle of sentences. "but also something struck me as extremely odd; The (the) lights were pink?", "I loved the sound of the sea, It (it) was calming and friendly.", "The lights... They (this is a continuation of the sentence and shouldn't be capitalized) were brighter and closer.", "I went to the Police Department (police department is not capitalized unless it's a specific police department)", etc.
Punctuation issues: You also have a tendency to incorrectly put punctuation outside of dialogue: "I simply answered: “They are the same”..(period should be inside the quotation) "“Maybe they did not move”, (comma should be on the other side of the quotation) I thought to myself.", etc.
Formatting issues: A typical sentence is five-ten sentences long. Any longer and they come off as blocky and impact story flow. Your third and fourth paragraph should be broken into multiple smaller paragraphs.
Plot issues: "It reminded me of those bad creepypastas I read, a man who lives by himself encounters something strange, how scary!" This line feels pointless and undercuts the story as that's what happens in the plot so it comes off like you're mocking your own story for not breaking from the tropes.
Vngel's point: "Trim the unnecessary fat. With writing, you want to hook the reader at the start in some capacity, whether it be an intense scene, a conversation, or in this story's case, a monologue introduction to the character. With your first paragraph, it's a bit redundant." Let's look at that first paragraph and highlight those redundancies.
"Still, loneliness was my best friend.", "I made loneliness my company.", "But still, loneliness was my priority.", "I loved my family and everything, but as I said I was in love with loneliness." To put this in context, your first paragraph is about twenty sentences long and one-fifth of those are just the same line repeated with the wording changed.
Plot issues cont.: To sumarize Vngel's point: "The setting: However, setting isn't just what you see, it involves all the senses. You mentioned the area being isolated. You could describe how utterly quiet it is, absent of any sound. Or perhaps, all that can be heard are the sweet noises of nature--birds, critters, the waves of the sea, raindrops, etc. There's also the feeling. Does the character feel like eyes are always pressed on them? What do they smell? Etc.."
A majority of your story would be improved by going into more detail. "Around my house, there were seldom any noises of human-made structures." (What are these noises, why does the protagonist find them grating? Doing this would help the audience relate to his decision to live by themselves rather than coming off like the set-up for one of those stories the protagonist would mock.), "I loved the sound of the sea, It was calming and friendly." (why do they find it relaxing? Once again, giving perspective would help the audience get invested in the story.), "The silence no longer felt peaceful, it was disturbing." (How is it disturbing? Telling the audience it is unsettling does nothing unless you show them.), etc.
Conclusion: While there are other issues present in the story, this review is getting a bit lengthy in comparison to the story itself so I'll wrap it up here. I'm turning down this appeal as there are a lot of capitalization, awkward wording, fragmented sentences, punctuation, formatting, and plot issues that were pointed out that are still present in your story and result in it not meeting our quality standards. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 13:34, February 2, 2020 (UTC)

The Council of Bensin (ACCEPTED)

Following the advice from folks in the writing workshop I spent some time reworking and revising the previous draft of my story into something hopefully better.  If it gets rejected no harm no foul I just thought I should give it a shot. Thanks for your time.

New version: https://pastebin.com/KheiuQGh

AudreyOwO (talk) 12:08, February 6, 2020 (UTC)

So, I've read your revision and while I did find a number of mechanical errors that could use some clearing up (mainly with spacing, capitalization, and some minor spelling errors), I do think this story is now up to our quality standards.
Capitalization: "The following letter was found in an empty home by a squatter on july (July) 10th 1995 and was given to the NOPD the following month", "Minimum wage for shooing away tourists and teenagers who fooled around around the above ground Tombs (tombs).", "see.The best way I can describe the design of the city was that it was close yet not completely the same as to the gothic (Gothic) and victorian (Victorian) designs"
Sentences that could use restructuring due to them being cut off midway through. "Harriet, if you are reading this then I am already gone. (,/;) To an eternal sleep away from this life and away from my growing despair.", "Forgive me for what I have done. Taking the coward’s way out with my grandfather’s pistol. In the same home where we made love for the first time.", "As mind-shattering as this all was It is not what broke the camel’s back. (Paragraph break) The Council of Bensin and their unthinkable activities did.", etc. These tend to negatively impact the flow. As a general rule of thumb, I like to read my story aloud and give a pause at each period to evaluate the story flow. This tends to highlight sentences that are broken up into multiples or incomplete.
Spacing: You should check your punctuation to make sure you're properly spacing after conclusive punctuation. "tombs.The (space needed after punctuation) streetlights gave it a shadow as it moved out of sight.", "“Ah, the mortal. We have been expecting you.”These (space needed) words", ""see.The (one or two spaces needed after the period) best way I can describe the design of the city was that it was close yet not completely the same", etc.
Spacing issues cont.: You have a tendency to insert random double spaces in the middle of sentences. "I fooled myself into thinking that perhaps I (no need for double spacing here) was knocked out by some crazy vagrant.", "Unlike past dreams which were a randomized yet harmless mess of thoughts and feels these dreams (double space) were different", "see.The (one or two spaces needed after the period) best way I can describe the design of the city was that it was close yet not completely the same as to (no need for double spacing in the middle of a sentence) the gothic and victorian designs", etc.
Misc.: "What little I managed to piece together shows that I found one of the vaults open and quickly entered itno (into) hell itself."
Plot: The line in the framing device ("Reader discretion is advised.") feels like it's missing a reason for being there. Who is suggesting readers use their discretion when reading this? Why is it being released to the public. It's worth noting that this is a suggestion, but I might add one or two sentences to the framing device to either flesh out the circumstances in which the letter was found or the reasons for its release to the public.
Plot: This is a much more middling issue, but the first paragraph describes the place as an empty home and the second calls it an apartment. "According to investigators this was found in an apartment that sat unused for more than half a decade." While an apartment can be considered a home, I generally tend to see them having differences (an apartment is a complex of people living together whereas a home is more isolated with just a family or a few other people inhabiting it.)
Conclusion: While there are still a few mechanical errors and (optional) ways you can strengthen the story. I feel like it is now up to our quality standards due to the revisions that were made. I'd like to wrap this up by saying I'm glad you put the time in to revise this story and fix up some of the errors I pointed out in the writer's workshop. Have a good one! EmpyrealInvective (talk) 15:29, February 8, 2020 (UTC)


A Strange September[1] (DENIED)

Why did you deleted the story? I fixed most of the grammar and made it more detailed, couldn't you just messaged me if you did find something wrong? Was it hard just to tell me to change it? I'm trying not to be rude but guys, it took me time to write it. I hope you are going to anwse so I can know what I did wrong. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Hersis358 (talkcontribs).

As I said on your talk page: "There were frequent instances of awkward wording, punctuation errors (punctuation placed outside of quotations, commas missing from sentences where needed, etc.), typos, run-on sentences, and plot issues (the largest of which end up being the plot's pacing, lack of effective description, and the plot itself) which resulted in your story failing to meet our quality standards." You made minor revisions and even those had the issues I outlined above. As such, I'm going to list the errors present on your latest revision and turn down this appeal. Additionally, appeals need to be passed before re-uploading the story. Please thoroughly read messages.
Awkward wording: There are numerous instances of awkward wording throughout your story. "We were pretty scared, my parents came inside the room I and Jake were.", "He said, "They are here" and was hitted (sic) by a van.", "I screamed however what scared me the most was that I didn't saw any driver in the van, we runned (sic) in our car and my dad started to drive", "I looked more closely only to see that there was no driver inside, I told my dad, "There is no driver in the truck behind us", he also looked back and took a shocked expression, but he kept his calmness and continiued (sic) to drive but this time faster.", "we were cornered, until I saw a tsunami coming and it hitted (sic) us.", etc. If English isn't your first language I would suggest finding someone who has a better grasp on the language to help you.
Punctuation errors: Punctuation placed outside of quotations and commas missing from sentences where needed or instances where commas should be periods. "My dad told us, "We need to go now", so I and Jake", "He said, "They are here" and was hitted by a van.", "My dad told us, "Stay calm, they won't find us here",", "We followed him, we hid behind a bush because another van was near us,(.)", "it was driving but it had no driver,(.) we knew that it was probably not friendly, but even if it was we weren't going to risk it.", etc.
Typos: "he also looked back and took a shocked expression, but he kept his calmness and continiued (continued) to drive but this time faster.", "The truck continiued (continued) to follow us until it managed to hit our car and send it to a ditch, we went out of the car and my dad told us", ""They won't notice us now, it's pretty dark, come on we will go in the town's square where there is a caffee (coffee) shop", "We stayed calm for a bit until we saw a truck coming towards the caffee, We went out of the caffee shop before it could kill us.", etc.
Run-on sentences: "My name is Ricky, I don't know if what I experienced will be true in some years but I hope it won't so I write this story here, hoping that someone will see it.", "I screamed however what scared me the most was that I didn't saw any driver in the van, we runned in our car and my dad started to drive, I asked him, "Where are we going?" and he told me, "We are getting out of the village", after a few minutes a truck started to follow us.",
Plot issues: The plot's pacing needs a lot of work. It is incredibly rushed and spends little to no time building up the premise. You rush into possessed cars (ala Maximum Overdrive), but spend no time describing anything effectively or giving an emotional component to invest the audience in these characters.
Lack of effective description: "The truck continiued to follow us until it managed to hit our car and send it to a ditch, we went out of the car and my dad told us", "We followed him, we hid behind a bush because another van was near us, it was driving but it had no driver, we knew that it was probably not friendly, but even if it was we weren't going to risk it.", "We started to walk quietly, as trucks were seemingly killing people in the distance, I heard screams, they weren't loud as we were far away, after some minutes we arrived in the town's square.", etc. I'm assuming you mean for these scenes to be tense, but without effective description, they end up feel bland and un-engaging.
The plot itself: Your story is basically a ripped off version of Maximum Overdrive. The ending revelation that it was all some prophetic dream doesn't work due to how disjointed and uninteresting the plot ends up being due to its lack of description, any sense of audience investment, or plot progression. I'm sorry, but this story needs a lot of work. These were a few of the errors I spotted that were present on the reuploaded version you hastily re-posted. I'm turning down this appeal on the grounds that the issues I pointed out on your talk page are present here and the story needs massive revision in order to meet our quality standards. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 20:24, March 25, 2020 (UTC)

I Saw What Is Coming (DENIED)

From what I saw there was no wrong grammar in my story, I don't know why it got deleted, yeah I know it is inspired a bit from Maximum Overdrive but I don't think that this is really something serious for a story to be deleted, I mean if it is, theoratically all the .exe creppypastas copied Sonic.exe however I didn't saw you deleting any of them, anyway don't think im trying to be rude but can you please anwser me?

Mechanical issues -> every single paragraph in this story is a run-on sentence. Not to mention, there are plenty of other issues strewn about that can't be easily summed up here.
Style issues -> you make no effort to create mood or atmosphere. There is no descriptive language, no creative word choice, nothing to actually give this story any kind of style.
Plot issues -> It's literally just a few dreams with little logic or reasoning behind anything that happens.
Our Quality Standards are about more than just grammar. You need to take your story to the workshop and ask for help and advice. Until you do, you will not get better, and your stories will keep getting deleted ChristianWallis (talk) 12:14, March 26, 2020 (UTC)

Oyoho Ofi (DENIED)

The creepy pasta was not poorly written it has themes that is not good at all but there are many Creepypastas on here that are trash such as Squidwards Suicide it talks about dead children for no reason that in my eyes is worse that rape, in Oyoho Ofi rape is in there but I did not say the word rape until in the epilouge it's only implied  in the story, rape in this story is not tossed in just for shock it's there because that's what the creature likes to do  and that is a part of the creature and how it acts. Are there any other reasons why this Creepypasta would be taken down because I don't see any other reason. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Dildoprincess198 (talkcontribs).

The author failed to follow the template above, resulting in the immediate denial of their appeal as per the header. It's worth noting that their appeal will be properly reviewed if they follow the header, but if they submit without revising their story, I will list the reasons I put on their talk page as my reasons for turning the appeal down. I would suggest revising your story and including a link as per the header before submitting an appeal. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 03:27, March 29, 2020 (UTC)

Oyoho Ofi (DENIED)

The creepy pasta was not poorly written it has themes that is not good at all but there are many Creepypastas on here that are trash such as Squidwards Suicide it talks about dead children for no reason that in my eyes is worse that rape, in Oyoho Ofi rape is in there but I did not say the word rape until in the epilouge it's only implied  in the story, rape in this story is not tossed in just for shock it's there because that's what the creature likes to do  and that is a part of the creature and how it acts. Are there any other reasons why this Creepypasta would be taken down because I don't see any other reason. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Dildoprincess198 (talkcontribs).

As I said above, and on your talk page, your story has widespread punctuation (failure to properly punctuate sentences, dialogue, and possessive words), capitalization (words you imply as proper nouns are not properly capitalized), awkward wording, spelling/homophones, formatting, and plot issues which result in it failing to meet our quality standards. As you've decided not to revise anything and to not spend any time to figure out our appealing process, I'll be turning down that appeal for the reasons listed to save us both time.
Punctuation errors: You fail to properly punctuate sentences ("the voice was very deep it seemed to go right through the man(period missing)", "“Show yourself then“ said the man in a demanding tone(period missing)", etc.).
Punctuation errors cont.: Dialogue is also missing punctuation inside the quotations. ”Hey darling(comma missing)“, “Where are you(question mark missing)”, "“Show yourself then(comma missing)“ said the man", etc. I missed it the first time, but you even forget to use quotations with your dialogue ("The second policeman looked at the first one giving him a confused look“ ”Yes, that is going to happen to us if he were to die in the car(quotation mark missing)." and "somewhere?” “No“(quotation should not be here as the dialogue continues after with no intervening action) I don’t even know why you would even say something like that“ “If"
Punctuation issues cont.: Possessive words and contractions are also missing apostrophes. "“Oh that(apostrophe missing)s cute”, "he looked around the room, a tear begins to run down the man(apostrophe missing)s cheek", "The man(')s eyes started to roll to the back of his head", etc.
Capitalization errors: Words you imply as proper nouns are not properly capitalized. "Sugar baby does not live to long". You use the name "Sugar Baby" throughout the story as if it were a nickname or identifier for the character.
Awkward wording: "The first time I’ve met you, you were 21 now you’re 34", "he grabs a crucifix he it (sic) grips it tightly against his chest", "Yes but he is (sic) most likely has brain damage now", etc. I would suggest reading your story aloud to catch these issues as they can be found through-out your story.
Spelling/homophones: "his mussels (muscles) froze", "The man felt his chest tense, he could no longer breath (breathe),", "Sugar baby does not live to (too) long she takes all of the life insurance policy", "The two cops got fired from there (their) jobs, there (their) secret being revealed to the public, the two were caught having sex in a bathroom, a dumb decision on there (their) parts", "she had a alcohol addition (better that than alcohol addiction I guess) for most of her life", etc.
Formatting: You need to space out dialogue so two speakers are never in the same paragraph. This is done to prevent mis-attribution and to improve story flow. For example, this is a conversation between two characters with no identification of speaker or line breaks: “We are almost there” “Did you hear what I just said“ “There were witnesses, “There is no way we could of got away with doing something like that”
Run-on sentences: "He dies in his sleep, his life is over, he was soon forgotten, he becomes just another body in the morgue, eventually burned into ashes in the crematory, nobody wanted them not even his sugar baby, or his parents nobody seemed to care, the only person who felt some type of compassion towards him was the doctor he took his ashes to a place that was near and dear to him, it happened to be a mountain side, he dumped his ashes off the mountain the wind carrying his ashes spreading them all over.", etc.
Plot issues: The story is incredibly rushed and you have a tendency to gloss over scenes. The epilogue in particular rushes through character's fates and it ends up feeling like an afterthought. "Sugar baby does not live to long she takes all of the life insurance policy that she got from the dead man, she moves to Alaska, 3 month’s later she was found dead in cold ditch nobody knows how she died. The doctor lives to a ripe age of 89 he dies from leukemia. The two cops got fired from there jobs, there secret being revealed to the public, the two were caught having sex in a bathroom, a dumb decision on there parts they were chased out of the town, the two were never seen again."
Plot issues cont.: A majority of your story is missing effective description. Take the story's climax (the death of the unnamed protagonist) "The man felt his chest tense, he could no longer breath, his lips started to tingle, they soon went numb. He dies in his sleep, his life is over". Without effective description, this feels incredibly bland.
Conclusion: I could talk about the grammatical issues, the lack of commas missing from sentences where they're needed, but I'd like to address something you said, "The creepy pasta was not poorly written it has themes that is not good at all but there are many Creepypastas on here that are trash such as Squidwards Suicide".
First and foremost, I'm going to point out that in comparison to Squidward's Suicide, your story has an incredible amount of errors ranging from punctuation, capitalization, spelling, broken English, formatting, to plot issues. There is hardly a sentence in your story that doesn't have an error in it. I'm not saying that to be mean, I'm saying that because when I first deleted your story, I wrote an explanation for why on your talk page. Then you made an appeal without following the guidelines (which I turned down and gave you advice on waiting and revising your story). You then proceeded to ignore that and re-submit the appeal. My advice is this: read this message carefully to see the types of errors present in your writing, spend a lot more time on your story, and finally, I would suggest taking your next story to the writer's workshop as this is a lot to overlook. Posting another story with this many errors will result in its immediate deletion by the first admin who reads it as it would fail to meet our bare minimum quality standards. Best of luck in your future writing. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 05:13, March 29, 2020 (UTC)

The Thing At My Window (DENIED)

I read through the quality standards and do not see how it violates them. 

I specifically checked grammar and the likes and added better descriptions before publishing.

I see no cliches. If something else was noticed, please tell me.

~~~~ —Preceding unsigned comment added by Vvmaxplays (talkcontribs).

Author failed to sign their post. As per the guidelines above, this appeal has been turned down. I would also suggest waiting to revise this story before making an appeal. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 12:46, April 2, 2020 (UTC)
I suggested revising your story as there are quite a lot of issues here, but since you went through with the guidelines above, here are some of the issues that were present in your story. Please note that I didn't delete the story so Christian could have a whole other list of reasons.
Awkward wording: "I was weeping hysterically, I was scared beyond belief. My dad noticed how real this naturally felt to me and enable me sleep (sic) in his luxurious bed for this night only.", "He normally thought like many concerned others, that this was a horrendous nightmare which I had just woke up from without realising was over (sic) and thought that tonight remain (sic) a one-off and wouldn’t happen again (It looks like you forgot to include some words in this sentence)", "my dad would enter and allow me sleep in his room again and again.", etc.
Run-on sentences: "I was about to go to sleep until I scarcely observed something out of the corner of my shrewd eye, a ghoul-like figure, towering with hands covered in blood, I roared bloody murder as loud as I could.", "At that moment my dad decided that he would stay up and examine the window while I slept, nothing would happen until about midnight when the figure teleported to the window it would glare and flick on the glass, my dad was even more scared than I was.", etc.
Other issues I noted: Redundancies: "I’d observed a figure and then tried to describe the figure as much as I could at the time." Capitalization errors: "I wouldn’t get to sleep until gone 3 AM, but it wasn’t general childhood Insomnia." Insomnia would only be capitalized if referring to a specific form of insomnia.
Descriptive issues: Your story could benefit from being more descriptive and explaining inconsistencies. A few examples are: "a ghoul-like figure, towering with hands covered in blood" (This is a pretty generic description and doesn't really paint too much of an image.), "It didn’t help, if anything it made it worse." (How did the medication make things worse? Telling the audience it did and not providing an explanation makes it seem like a throwaway line.), "I notice the figure, glaring fiercely at me and tapping the bulletproof glass silently (Why does the house have bullet-proof glass? It's not really a common feature in most houses so it just felt random in the story.).". I would cite more examples, but that's really a majority of things you chose to describe in the story (hence my comment above).
The story itself really doesn't have much in way of progression and sticks to a lot of the tropes of these types of stories. A creature appears and taps on the glass, the parents don't believe them until they eventually see it, and then the story ends. ("No one knows what happened to or who was the figure.") There really isn't any effectiveness to telling a story without resolution or insight into how this has impacted the protagonist. It ends up making the story feel bland and cookie-cutter.
Conclusion: I'm sure Christian is aware of some other issues that I overlooked, but these errors I highlighted are enough for me to turn down this appeal on the grounds that it doesn't meet our quality standards. There is a lot of issues with awkward wording, capitalization, run-on sentences, redundancies, descriptive issues, and a pretty cookie-cutter plot that really doesn't have add much to separate it from the dozens of other stories with similar storylines. I'm going to suggest using the writer's workshop as you've overlooked quite a lot here and this is the third story of yours that we deleted that had similar issues. Leaving these issues in will result in us continuing to delete your stories for failing to meet our quality standards. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 13:50, April 2, 2020 (UTC)

(DENIED)

My creepypasta skeleton killer, was deleted please undelete it because the character in the story could make people want to come back to creepypasta or have new fans in creepypasta

This appeal has been automatically denied because the user failed to follow the guidelines outlined above. Please make a proper appeal. Additionally, they would need to heavily revise the mechanical issues I pointed out as their story currently failed to meet our bare minimum quality standards. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 16:09, May 10, 2020 (UTC)

Camerr (DENIED)

Hi, my story was deleted very shortly after the upload. After re-reading the quality standards i simply cant see why exactly it was deleted. If i did break one of the rules, i apologize, but i would like to know why it was deleted and if i could have it reinstated. Thank you! 

—Preceding unsigned comment added by HydraMapping (talkcontribs).

As I listed above: There were frequent capitalization (you mis-capitalize dialogue tags and failed to capitalize dialogue), punctuation (incorrect usage of punctuation in dialogue), awkward wording, formatting (your story is one large wall-of-text), and plot issues (mainly involving the pacing and descriptive elements) which resulted in your story failing to meet our quality standards. As you've made no changes, I am turning down this appeal as per the header above.
Capitalization: You mis-capitalize dialogue tags. "take it back if you want.” He (he) answered.", "“Oh well, if its free then sure ill (I'll) take it.”, etc.
Punctuation: incorrect usage of punctuation in dialogue. ""take it back if you want.(comma should be used)” He answered.", "“Why is that Roomba thing here? I didn’t order that.”.(period not needed outside of quotations)", "“Oh well, if its free then sure ill take it.”"
Awkward wording/spelling: "And when its camera eye met mine, it just stared at me", "I looked out the window and saw hime (sic) picking up the pieces and walking away while looking straight into my eyes.", "*sigh, but back then I guess I was just more naïve.", etc.
Grammar: It's= it is, its= possession. "I mean hey, its (it's) free right?", "“Oh well, if its (it's) free then sure ill take it.”. Their= possession, they're= they are, there= indicatory. “How would he know where it was! There (They're) micro cameras!”,
Formatting: Your story is one large wall-of-text. Additionallu, you don't properly space dialogue so two speakers aren't on the same line ( “Hey!” I called out to what appeared to be the guy in charge, “Why is that Roomba thing here? I didn’t order that.”. “Oh, that one is free! But we can take it back if you want.” He answered.") This is done to prevent misattribution and improve story flow.
Plot issues: Pacing. A majority of your story lacks effective build-up and relies a lot on tropes. "I brushed it off as some kind of glitch or something and brushed my teeth." In the end, the story tries to jump into horror after one scene and it ends up not being effective.
Descriptive elements: Here is the entire conflict of the story. "I grabbed the robot and threw it out the bedroom window." There really isn't anything building to this scene to make it effective. The scene with the man knocking might be more effective if more time was spent creating a sense of unease or how the man's actions impacted the protagonist.
Conclusion: There are other issues present, but these were the main ones that stood out when I was reviewing your story. I'm going to suggest using the writer's workshop for your next story if you read the quality standards and were unable to identify the issues I listed above and mentioned on your talk page. As for this story, it does not meet our quality standards. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 22:04, May 29, 2020 (UTC)

Reflections of blood (DENIED)

im not sure why you deeted my pasta I worked hard to make im only a child so im not sure I did something wrong but if I did i feel like i should have a chance to fix it so please give me a list of what I did wrong so i can fix it

                                                                                                                                                          AxeboyMeeks sorry i dont have a copy i wrote on this website and didnt save i dont think

As I pointed out the issues present on your talk page and there's no revised version, I'm turning down this appeal for the reasons I listed: There were widespread capitalization (not capitalizing proper nouns), punctuation (punctuation like commas missing from sentences), awkward wording, spelling/homophone errors, and plot issues (mainly involving the story's pacing, plot holes/inconsistencies, and flat descriptions) which resulted in your story failing to meet our quality standards.
Capitalization: You didn't capitalize proper nouns. "I awoke to a loud bang so being curious i (I) went to see what it was", "was. as (As) i (I) reached for the door knob i (I) heard breathing I shivered and shoved the door as hard as I could and ran in.", "bathtub. they (They) called to me and i (I) looked up to them starring in fear and confusion", etc.
Punctuation: Punctuation like commas missing from sentences. "I was starting to freak out(,/.) I couldn't fathom what was happening(.) my family was gone(,) my home in shambles.", "as i reached for the door knob i heard breathing(./,) I shivered and shoved the door as hard as I could and ran in.", "said(comma/colon missing) "your all alone you cant (can't) run or hide so stay still(,/.) I'll make it quick.""
Awkward wording: "I fell like i'm kind and caring but I have limits just like any human that day i was pushed to them.", "I'm lucky to here here to share this story but with that out of the way lets start", "A man at least 8 feet standing there with the window open behind him I screamed as he reached for me.", etc.
Spelling/homophone errors: I fell (sic) like i'm kind and caring but I have limits just like any human that day i was pushed to them.", "said "your (You're) all alone you cant run or hide so stay still I'll make it quick.", "i just looked at the shard of glass wiped of (off) the blood and saw me drenched in blood with a smirk on my face laughing", "i looked up to them starring (staring) in fear and confusion", etc.
Plot issues: The story's pacing: The protagonist is perfectly fine with their scenario and showing no signs of mental degradation until the very last run-on sentence. "they called to me and i looked up to them starring in fear and confusion i just looked at the shard of glass wiped of the blood and saw me drenched in blood with a smirk on my face laughing"
Plot holes/inconsistencies: How exactly is an eight year old able to down an 8 foot tall man with a single kick and kill him in face-to-face combat? "I kicked him in the shin and he dropped to his knee without hesitation I slashed him twice before he grabbed me and threw me across the room into the mirror as it shatters i felt my blood oozing from my cuts.". It's also worth noting that the protagonist is disarmed and still manages to get a shard of glass and slit the throat of the intruder (who I imagine is standing at their full 8 feet at this point. The average height of an eight year old is about four to four and a half feet.) even with a knife held on them.
Flat descriptions: A lot of your descriptions were bland and didn't give any visual image to build up the story. "A man at least 8 feet standing there with the window open behind him I screamed as he reached for me." What does the man look like? How is he moving? Build the scene, help the audience see what you're looking for. Without descriptions, the story ends up falling flat.
Conclusion: I'm sorry, but there are too many issues here to consider it passing out quality standards. Since you didn't request a copy of your story to revise for the appeal (here is a copy for your records) or send in a revised version, I'm turning down this appeal. I'm going to suggest you use the writer's workshop for your next story. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 14:36, June 1, 2020 (UTC)

Puzzle Escape was removed with the only reason listed was "it didnt meet quality standards" Do you mind reviewing it and maybe putting it back? If not I'd like some feed back on the story. Thank you

Puzzle Escape (DENIED)

Puzzle escape was removed with the only reason being "did not meet quality standards,"  There were no spelling or gramatical errors as far as im aware, I'm also sorry for posting something incorrectly before this, I accidentally posted it.

     - Game_Over_Player

There were a number of capitalization (not properly capitalizing dialogue), punctuation (punctuation missing before dialogue), awkward wording, perspective shifts, grammatical (it's=it is, its=possession), and plot issues (the largest being the story's pacing, passive nature resulting in bland descriptions, and rushed ending) which resulted in your story failing to meet our quality standards.
I'm going to suggest carefully reading over your talk page and the deletion header as reading those two would have provided the issues I pointed out and how to better improve your chances of appealing (i.e. revising your story to fix the errors I listed). As no revised copy has been provided, I'm turning down the appeal for the reasons I listed above. Unfortunately I'm busy at the moment and can't provide examples of the issue present, but if the author wishes for these, they should message me and I'll provide them once I'm at a computer and not typing this on an iPad. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 21:13, June 26, 2020 (UTC)

The Mysterious Encounter (DENIED)

Hi, my creepypasta "The Mysterious Encounter" was deleted yesterday because the grammar and fromating didn't meet this site's quality standards. Therefore I edited the story today so that it maybe could hold up to these quality standards. 

Could perhaps this improved version of the pasta be uploaded on the wiki  https://pastebin.com/YY27ipmK?

Dagge12 (talk) 20:40, July 14, 2020 (UTC) Dagge12

While we appreciate the effort you put in, unfortunately there are still a lot of issues here. Even if we overlook the punctuation and awkward wording that weren't corrected, there are still issues with the plot itself. You made very little changes to the story overall.
Punctuation issues: punctuation left outside of dialogue. "But suddenly did the man start to look at me and said with a raspy voice(comma or colon missing) "Finally, a person", "Then did the man say this without showing any sign of being exhausted(comma or colon missing) "My insides have started to disappear", "suddenly she said(comma or colon missing) "It’s a bit sad that one hasn’t seen Crazy Steve for so many years now!"", etc.
Punctuation issues cont.: You also forget to punctuate dialogue. "My name is Steve, and we two will go to my home in the forest(period missing)", "I hope your heart will not be rejected by my body like the hearts I have tried to insert during the preceding days(period missing)", "Whenever a person didn’t laugh at Crazy Steve, they were always taken into the forest by him. I’m not entirely sure I saw many of the people again after that happened, but since I saw you after he took you into the forest, I guess the others also came back", etc.
Awkward wording: "But these strange individuals are however almost always completely harmless, so therefore do people seldom react to stories told by children about them.", "When I was ten years old did for example my mother dismiss my account of an especially strange encounter as just a product of my childish imagination.", "This event took place when I after school one sunny October day made the choice to take an alternative road home.", etc.
Awkward wording cont.: "I did instead just stare at the strange man with out making any sound at all.", "But suddenly did the man start to look at me and said with a raspy voice", "It’s a bit sad that one hasn’t seen Crazy Steve for so many years now!", "And I can remember you saw him one time if I don’t misremember it entirely", etc. I would suggest carefully proof-reading your stories and reading them to yourself. This would help catch some of these issues.
Spelling/homophone errors: "Since this was early during October were (where) almost all the red and yellow autumn leaves (missing word) still on the trees, which looked spectacularly beautiful.", "This gave me a small cut on the part of my body there (where) my heart is.", "I then confirmed for her that I had really meet (met) him but did only say "Yes, he was a real original" to her.", etc.
Plot issues: A lot of the issues present here were found in the plot itself, and you really didn't do a lot to fix those things. There were pacing issues present in the story. A lot of the horror feels glossed over without a lot of proper build-up. Take the main horror set-piece (the botched surgery): "From one of his pockets the man now took up a scalpel and drew it over my chest. This gave me a small cut on the part of my body there my heart is. But before the surgery could go any further, I succeed to get out of his grip and ran as fast as I could from the place without ever looking back" The protagonist encounters Steve, escapes Steve, and then there's a small scene that really doesn't convey the gravitas you were looking for in the story.
A lot of elements feel glossed over and really need a lot more detail, build-up, or characterization to be effective: "My insides have started to disappear since my retirement so I have to do a surgery on you. I hope your heart will not be rejected by my body". How exactly is this happening and as a former surgeon, why is he not seeking medical attention? These types of issues result in the characters feeling flat and break audience immersion.
Plot issues cont.: Additionally, there are quite a few plot holes here. "But when I told her about my experience and showed her my cut, she just dismissed it as a product of my imagination and said that I just got the cut from a thorn bush" How exactly is she confusing a scalpel cut with a thorn cut? And why exactly is no one suspicious of the man standing by the side of the road covered in blood who has been attributed to several missing people.
Conclusion: Unfortunately, there are still a lot of issues present here that still result in the story failing to meet our quality standards. I would suggest taking the story to the writer's workshop if you have plans on re-submitting an appeal (please note that with this appeal being turned down, you need to wait a month before another appeal can be made for this story. I've enacted this ruling after we had people spamming the deletion appeal after having made minimal changes to their story) as there are quite a lot of issues still present (some of which I was unable to cover here). Best of luck with your writing. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 22:44, July 14, 2020 (UTC)
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