Creepypasta Wiki

This is a system through which you can get your OC (Original Content) spinoffs, prequels, sequels, and stories on the blacklisted subjects list added to this wiki. Here's how it works:

Upload your story somewhere offsite and post a link to it below, along with a brief blurb/description. We admins will review it to determine if it's good enough to be put on the site. If it's of a certain quality or above, we'll create the page with the story and credit you in its footer section.

Here are the easiest places you can upload your story for it to be appealed, depending on the material it's based around, of course: Pastebin, the Spinpasta Wiki, the Minecraft CreepyPasta Wiki, and the Poképasta Wiki. You can also upload your story to Deviantart.

Keep these things in mind:

  • Your story must be original content.
  • Your story should not only be good enough to fulfil the Quality Standards, but ideally exceed them in some capacity.
  • Your story should use as little Creepy Clichés as possible.
  • Your story must be complete. No "COMING SOON!" pages, half-finished pages, or "ongoing" diary/journal-type pages.
  • You can add multiple stories in your request, but you have to put a link and description for each one.
  • You can only use this page if you're an admin or submitting an appeal. Constructive feedback is appreciated, but should be communicated through a user's talk page.

It is highly unlikely that we will approve your request if you provide us an unaltered copy of whatever you're appealing. Please don't get too upset if your request is denied. Admins are required to explain why they reject a request, so that you can take their criticism into account and better your work. Arguing with us likely won't reverse our decision.

Remember to sign your requests with just four tildes (~~~~) and to add a header/title to your post. You can do this by putting this line at the top of it: == STORY TITLE HERE == . You can also use the {{unrev}} template in the title to highlight that your story has not yet received a review, but this isn't necessary.

If an admin doesn't answer your appeal in about a week, feel free to contact one on their talk page. Longer stories will typically see longer waiting times. Apologies for the inconvenience!

  • For a list of successfully appealed spinoffs, visit this page.
  • To view the appeal page for regular stories, click here.
  • Past appeals can be found in the archives.


Doveland Experiment (DENIED)[]

Hello again. This time I would like to try to publish another of my stories, this one with a different approach. It is translated from Spanish to English.

Synopsis: it is about a theory about Doveland, Wisconsin, about its possible disappearance, through an original story that explores themes of both MK Ultra and technology.

It's a bit long, but it's worth it, at least in Spanish I've been told.

—Preceding unsigned comment added by ElSable343 (talkcontribs).

Ignoring the fact that it doesn't appear to be a spinoff of anything, I'd say the basic premise/idea behind this story seems solid. The problems are that it is quite predictable and drawn-out, and the fact that the translation is comprehensible, but clumsy and unrefined. For those reasons, I'm going to have to deny it.
Cornco- *splutters and dies* (talk) 23:14, 20 February 2024 (UTC)

Sudo Stalker (Pokemon) (DENIED)[]

So I recently decided to make a pokemon creepypasta and thought "Maybe I can get it on the Creepypasta Wiki". Would you mind looking it over? I put a lot of effort into it.

—Preceding unsigned comment added by ChickenNuggy123 (talkcontribs).

Unfortunately, your pasta still does not meet our guidelines to be posted. There aren’t many grammatical issues as far as I’ve seen, however certain unnecessary details are left in (such as a description of the game store), versus crucial details being left out (build up; what other strangeness happens in the game? How does it ultimately affect the narrator)? Which leads me to my next point; the story isn’t creepy or scary. You led up to a point where weirdness could’ve happened, but ultimately the story ends on a dud with no resolution or climax. Additionally, the biggest offender is that its a carbon copy of basically every major haunted game pasta there is (go to weird game store > find unmarked/old copy of old game > boot it up and find weirdness/old files > weird things happen, which are ultimately ignored by the author). Making your story stand out from common clichés is crucial for surviving this genre.
Quoted from the absent William See
Tewahway (Talk) 16:49, 31 May 2022 (UTC)

Sonic.exe The Rewrite[]

(I'm putting this here, since I originally put it on the wrong spot, apologies)

Basically, an attempt at rewriting Sonic.exe I made last year. I got some pretty good response from some members in the community. It's more of a reimagining of the 2017 remake than of the original, as I always saw a lot of wasted potential in that story's style.

Afonso productions (talk) 07:43, 8 June 2022 (UTC)

The Minecon 1979 Incident (attempt 2) (DENIED)[]

OK so, for some reason, the first link didn't work and my appeal got denied, so here is my second attempt, hopefully this doesn't take months like the last one: (for some reason trying to change the link's appearance breaks it).

Sausagea1000 (talk) 09:51, 5 July 2022 (UTC)

See your first post for relevant feedback.
Cornco- *splutters and dies* (talk) 13:12, 29 November 2022 (UTC)

The Mysterious Christmas tape (DENIED)[]

I ran it through a grammar checker and fixed the mistakes. Hopefully, it was the run on sentences.

I tried my best to make this a good story. It is about myself finding a tape in a box that was not like the others and the horrible truth about it is revealed. Thank you for your time.

Brittney A Bosoni (talk)

Update: The editor on the old link was being a pain and the text kept repeating itself and wouldn't let me get rid of the extra text. So I created a new page with the grammar checker version.

Brittney A Bosoni (talk)

While I like the idea of these "dream tapes", I don't think this story is really suitable for the wiki. The progression is slow and awkward, with a lot of the detail focusing on seemingly random information (like what each character is wearing. I'm unsure why so much time was taken to outline the outfit of every individual person). There's also a few elements here that I don't think come together very well. For one, I don't really see the point of the inclusion of the Rolie Polie Olie characters. Why do they exist in the story instead of just, say, the protagonist's family? I suppose you could make the argument that, what with the bulk of the story being a dream sequence, it's not impossible for something as random as a bunch of children's television characters to show up, but that's a weak justification in my eyes, especially considering how difficult they make it to take the story seriously. I've not seen the show, but I wouldn't say that there's anything they do or that happens that really relates to their status as cartoon robots, or even their personalities.
Basically, I enjoyed the core concept of this story, but honestly, I think in its ideal version, it doesn't even need to go through spinoff appeal. My advice would be to trim the fat and replace the TV show characters, or at least give them a bit more characterisation.
Cornco- *splutters and dies* (talk) 16:49, 18 December 2022 (UTC)


I added the story into Spinpasta and tell me what I got right or wrong.


—Preceding unsigned comment added by GreyMan2000 (talkcontribs).

Denying due to cringeworthy/unintentionally comedic dialogue and a completely inane plot that was difficult to follow. This story is also cheesy and melodramatic at times.
Cornco- *splutters and dies* (talk) 08:27, 1 January 2023 (UTC)

Somniphobia - Inspired by the Russian Sleep Experiment (ACCEPTED)[]

A story about a survivor from the original Russian Sleep Experiment being evaluated in my SCP-esque setting of the Dreadfort Facility.


The Vesper's Bell (talk) 08:17, 31 December 2022 (UTC)

As to be expected from you, this was of a good enough standard to be uploaded. Feel free to post it to the main site.
Cornco- *splutters and dies* (talk) 08:09, 1 January 2023 (UTC)

Murder drones Beta (DENIED)[]

I wanted to try to make a creepypasta without cliches. I just tried to bring something new to the wiki. i also worked hard on making this creepypasta so please don’t delete my creepypasta.

—Preceding unsigned comment added by SomethingRelatible (talkcontribs).

Please see user talk page for information. Pasta was well below Quality Standards and not changed at all prior to appeal.William See (talk) 17:49, 19 January 2023 (UTC)

Madagascar Technical Reel (DENIED)[]

This page got randomly hit with a spin-off notice and I don’t know why. If it is a spin-off, then it’s pure coincidence, because I meant for this story to be original. I just can’t why it’s slapped with a spin-off and deletion notice. I created the story months ago, but posted it here recently.

—Preceding unsigned comment added by Unknwon1000 (talkcontribs).

Please read our guidelines carefully when making the appeal. Your story is considered a spinoff since its based on an existing franchise/movie series: but beyond that, there are glaring tonal and plot issues with your upload. The protagonist is, for one, way too nonchalant about the events occurring which is a massive cliche in many “lost media” style stories. The content of the film reel itself is similarly generic and not scary, with simple descriptions of characters being dead or being bloody. Most egregious is the fact the whole story ends up being “just a nightmare” at the end, effectively making the whole experience meaningless. So while its not impossible to improve upon your story, you really need to make it stand out from the slew of Lost Episodes we get uploaded here daily, because they all read virtually the same.William See (talk) 12:15, 1 February 2023 (UTC)

Lost WWE WrestleMania Prototype Event - "WWF Grand Stage" (ACCEPTED)[]

I am not pleased that my story I have worked so hard on is getting deleted from the wiki. If you look at the page right now, I have literally spent so much time working on it. It's about a rare prototype WrestleMania event that was held back in '84. I disagree with this decision to delete the page. I put so much effort into making sure this story was good as well as a fairly long and decent pasta, but now all of that is getting Thanos-snapped out of existence. I have proof-read, I have made sure it was at least passable. I typed for hours to make sure this story was good. And it's getting deleted for being a "Spinoff". How many times am I going to make these things only for them to be deleted? I spent way too much time on this and I am just not going to let all of this hard work go to waste. I really want to participate on this website, but stuff like this actively discourages me from participating. I am trying to hold back my emotions as much as possible, because I whole-heartedly feel that my hard work should not just be thrown into the trash. If you still disagree with me and still feel this shouldn't be allowed to be posted, I want a good, long explanation why. I do not want a short brief reason split into bullet points. I want a good, reasonable reason that is long and detailed. Seriously, look at the page right now before it is deleted. Look at all of the hard work I put into it! I put my heart and soul into this and its getting deleted for this. If this cannot be resolved through this, and you end up denying it, give me a good reason with a long explanation. I made sure this followed all the rules, this didn't have too many cliches, and tried to make it as decent as possible. Actual effort was put in, and it's just getting nuked out of existence! If you end up denying this, I need a good reason, with a good explanation that is long and in-depth. Cause right now I am very disappointed with this ruling, and I want someone to take a second look at this.

The page on the site: And here is the page I am using for thiis appeal:

Could use some more work but overall seems to pass QS. I would advise checking out TungaskanFiend's comment for relevant feedback.
Cornco- *splutters and dies* (talk) 23:00, 18 March 2023 (UTC)

Cursed Sonic Unleashed Creepy (DENIED)[]

Hello, my name is FoxRose07. This story is basically about a clerk accidently selling a guy who wanted to buy Sonic Unleashed a cursed version of the game and the guy who buys it and get himself and the clerk dead when he realizes weird things about the game and is at GameStop to return.

—Preceding unsigned comment added by FoxRose2007 (talkcontribs).

Unfortunately, your story has issues with genericness and an underdeveloped plotline. There are a multitude of cliches, such as random scary warnings in bloody letters on the game, and the story concludes with the classic dead author plot hole. Ultimately, there's not much in support of it being uploaded onto the site.
Cornco- *splutters and dies* (talk) 16:35, 18 September 2023 (UTC)

Kirbii's Dark Remembrance (DENIED)[]

I feel like the main reason my story was deleted was because it was a spin off but I wanted to see if it could have another chance, so here you go. A story about remembrance, a creepy puffball, and an adventure.

I tried my best to make a good, original plot with as little cliche's as possible, this is my first time writing a creepypasta and I really put a lot of work into this. Please give this another chance.

(Also just to make one thing clear this is NOT an EXE story)

—Preceding unsigned comment added by CorruptedData42 (talkcontribs).

Unfortunately, your appeal has been denied. Though this story's syntax is decent, it falls into many of the old, stale videogame tropes and cliches (dead relative haunting the game, oblivious/stupid protagonist, being sucked into the game, etc.). The 'twist' is also extremely obvious and lacking any kind of subtlety.
Cornco- *splutters and dies* (talk) 16:55, 18 September 2023 (UTC)

God is Dead (recreation) (ACCEPTED)[]

This presents my attempt to recreate the no longer extant creepypasta "Soviet Red Army Killed God in the 1950s". As such, the work is purely for entertainment purposes and I claim no copyright of the idea. And of course, thank you for your consideration and time.

—Preceding unsigned comment added by Char Rennes (talkcontribs).

Apologies for the late response. This was very engaging and well-written, and therefore has been accepted for appeal. I will be uploading it to the site shortly with the proper attribution.
Cornco- *splutters and dies* (talk) 19:36, 28 July 2023 (UTC)

Jeff the Killer Redux (ACCEPTED)[]

With permission from Tewahway, I'm resubmitting this one for consideration. Thanks in advance, either way.

Shadowswimmer77 (talk) 03:38, 9 September 2023 (UTC)

Sorry that this took a little while to get around to reviewing. We've decided that this story would be a welcome addition to the site as an alternative to the 'official' 2015 rewrite. I've changed the title, though; calling it "redux" could imply that the story itself is new or a replacement (we're not calling it 'Jeff the Killer 2024' for the same reason). Anyway, I've put it up.
Cornco- *splutters and dies* (talk) 23:33, 29 March 2024 (UTC)

Earneck (ACCEPTED)[]

Wrote this in my spare time after college and I posted it here because I wanted to hear people's thoughts and criticisms, to see if I can improve. I didn't know there was a ruleset against cartoon or video game pastas before posting it.

I would've used Pastebin to post this, but it kept telling me that it detected offensive content, and I really don't want to post on the Spinpasta wiki as that site is pretty much run down with terrible stories now.

—Preceding unsigned comment added by ChenArchive (talkcontribs).

Approved. Feel free to reupload it. Just keep in mind that this is a process you will have to repeat in the future for any more stories of this kind.
Cornco- *splutters and dies* (talk) 14:04, 17 November 2023 (UTC)

Get It Out Butters (DENIED)[]

Hello, admins and mods! I have just gotten my lost episode story deleted per the spinoff policy. I hope that you can re-consider your decision to get rid of my story. The plot revolves around Butters Stotch getting into a therapist conversation with a man named Mr. BINT, who is later revealed to just be Butter's Inner Thoughts: Here is the Spinpasta link for you guys to look at!:

—Preceding unsigned comment added by MaestroMyles (talkcontribs).

Unfortunately, your story has been denied. The bulk of the narrative here is just a single character venting about events that occurred within the show. We have a rule that states that stories here must hold up as their own piece of writing regardless of whatever series/universe they're attached to. The dialogue is also cheesy and very melodramatic and the framing of this story as a lost/incomplete episode is unoriginal. The twist is also very obvious; I'm unsure why it was given away at the very beginning, and also what the "N" in "Mr. BINT" stands for.
Cornco- *splutters and dies* (talk) 19:20, 22 December 2023 (UTC)

His Name Was Jeffery Woods (DENIED)[]

Another user recommended that I do this because it wasn't your standard Spinpasta schlock. It's the first part in a planned series of mine. It's Jeff-related, but reworked into something mostly new.

Sutinnit (talk) 14:21, 23 January 2024 (UTC)

While I agree that this is probably better than the average spinpasta, I still don't think it quite passes the quality standards here. The setup isn't too bad but several elements are hard to take seriously, such as the fairly random image and the video left by Jeff being a complete non-sequitur. The attempt to tie Jeff's origin story with Slenderman feels stretched and vague, also.
Cornco- *splutters and dies* (talk) 23:54, 20 February 2024 (UTC)

Apartheid (DENIED)[]

This is my longest in-universe pasta yet. It's based off of an obscure anime by the name of Nekojiru, which involves a lot of racism (against pig people) and violence. I thought I'd write a story about it from the mind of one of the main characters.

To put it simply, Nyako discusses her experiences with segregation in this world of common house animals and people, before discussing how she feels about pigs. Eventually, she does something to a pig that she may never forget.

ChenArchive(talk) 01:45, 1 February 2024 (UTC)

I won't deny that this story has quite decent prose. However, I don't think it justifies its existence on the site. The in-universe setting of the obscure anime doesn't really mean anything to the majority of people, who aren't familiar with that property. The majority of the story's content is gratuitous gore with not much real context or scene-setting, which makes it feel somewhat pointless, almost like a snippet from a larger work or something does as a writing exercise. It doesn't have the generalisability of Earneck, which, while having been written in reference to a certain IRL show, could have also worked from a real-life angle. I'm not saying you have to write like that for all spinoff stories, but this one lacks the background necessary in my opinion.
Cornco- *splutters and dies* (talk) 00:37, 27 March 2024 (UTC)

Literature Club (2011) (DENIED)[]

A collaborative effort I did with DJ Sprouts involving an early build of DDLC, connecting back to someone the creator of the game used to know. If this does get appealed, please credit me and DJ.

ChenArchive(talk) 01:45, 6 February 2024 (UTC)

For multiple reasons, we have agreed that this spinoff is not a good fit for the wiki.
The story itself reads far more like a feelspasta than a creepypasta. There is a slight buildup of unease in the beginning, but it rapidly spirals into a depressing alternative suicide story for Sayori. While it is certainly competently written, it does not feel as though there’s enough to be immersed, lacking thorough character exploration and anything that stands out from your average spinoff. Furthermore, even were it to hit home in regards to its emotional drive, it would likely not be the most appropriate fit for this wiki (being substantially less creepy/more sad than the game it’s based on).
Our standards for spinoff stories are fairly high, and your story is, in itself, of solid quality. It simply lacks anything that stands out as more than just a garden-variety video game spinoff.
I hope this does not discourage you, as the story appears to be an excellent fit for the LostEp wiki.
Tewahway (Talk) 00:51, 8 February 2024 (UTC)

A Poem by Yuri (DENIED)[]

This is an in-universe, sort of "alternate take" story about a character from DDLC. I noticed that the last story I submitted didn't fit within the wiki as it felt more like a feelspasta, so I thought I'd post this one instead. Summary is that Yuri comes home after a bad day of school, and attempts to write her words on paper, but a certain someone ends up invading her thoughts.

ChenArchive(talk) 05:50, 20 February 2024 (UTC)

Denying for much of the same reason as your prior post: an overfocus on dramatic, graphic imagery and not enough context or meaningful separation from the media it's based on. I will also say that I thought this story was well-written technically, but that its events were disjointed and over-the-top in presentation. It seems like these kinds of stories are ones that ought to be on the Lost Episode Wiki, where their community might more attuned to the specific videogame and internet-related media they're based on, so it's good you've uploaded them there.
Cornco- *splutters and dies* (talk) 00:44, 27 March 2024 (UTC)

Ditched (DENIED)[]

A rewrite of SpongeBob Bootleg Episode, involving some form of mystery. Not the greatest thing I've written, but I guess it's worth a shot.

ChenArchive(talk) 03:57, 3 April 2024 (UTC)

One of the administrators and I talked about your pasta and felt that it had a few flaws too many to be added to the wiki. The very first thing I noticed about the story, in fact, was that there were a number of distractingly bizarre wording choices, such as "I injected the tape in", "the damn video slid so much", and "after the first three episodes were done and dusted". Besides that, there were some sentences that had clumsy wording that made them a bit hard to read without closely analyzing them, making it much harder for me to immerse myself into the story.
As for the story itself, it's incredibly cliched and is set up in such a poor manner that it feels like a poorly put-together amalgamation of different Creepypasta/ARG tropes that never have any meaningful build up. The use of SpongeBob in the story feels like something of an afterthought, given that his cartoon could easily be replaced with a completely different show, or even something in a different medium altogether (e.g. a movie or a video game), and the main story would be no different at all. There's little to actually connect the tape and the murder case aside from some arbitrary words over the still frame that have little bearing on the story aside from the message they spell out, which never goes anywhere or has any true meaning anyway.
Overall, it's a disappointing and ultimately pointless story that could easily have been executed far better than it was, and needs some major tweaks and rewrites before it's ready for reconsideration here. Postuhenin (talk | wall) 00:40, 27 June 2024 (UTC)

Echadh (DENIED)[]

A Max and Ruby lost episode story that is meant to be entirely metaphorical. If this does end up getting accepted, I would like to post it myself as like Ditched, this is a rewrite of someone else's story, and I would like to give credit to all the people involved with the help. If there are tense issues with the grammar, I will gladly fix those before uploading as well.

I also asked permission from the original author before uploading here.

ChenArchive(talk) 09:43, 4 April 2024 (UTC)

Whether it's supposed to be metaphorical or not, I don't think this narrative is interesting enough to justify posting to the site. It feels inexplicable; it's not clear why the word "doctor" incurs such a reaction. If that ties into Max and Ruby or another creepypasta somehow, then it needs to be given context within the story. Otherwise, there's not much more going on here besides a framing device and a couple of well-executed but ultimately non-essential image supplements.
Cornco- *splutters and dies* (talk) 23:18, 27 April 2024 (UTC)

I Hate Mondays (ACCEPTED)[]

A lovelorn man finds a vintage Garfield phone washed up on the beach. Subsequently his life, his sanity and reality itself begin to unravel.

PernicketyPony (talk) 02:27, 11 April 2024 (UTC)

I'm glad the author of Another Hungry Mouth is around to post more stories. I enjoyed the creativity and humour of this one, so I've posted it to the site for you with some grammatical improvements.
Cornco- *splutters and dies* (talk) 10:20, 13 April 2024 (UTC)

Wubbzy: Prince in Yellow (DENIED)[]

Hey there, DJ Sprouts here! Whoever's reviewing this might remember me and my status on the Lost Episode Wiki, but that's not relevant, what is relevant however is that this story is based on what we believe to be one of the first stories uploaded to our site almost 11 years ago, "," which itself, is just a ripoff of Max and Ruby 004. So, when Chen Archive decided to run a little writing contest to see if people could adapt the (regrettably) historic Wubbzypasta, I decided to throw my hat in the ring, this is the result of that effort. Enjoy, or don't, I dunno, I think this one's a keeper at least.

DJ Sprouts (talk) 07:33, 20 April 2024 (UTC)

Not a terrible story but a lack of meaningful context or explanation of circumstances prevents it from reaching the bar for appeal. Some ideas here have potential but as someone who had never heard of the original show, I found myself confused and uninterested in these characters. A lot of the smaller events of this narrative could be cut out without impacting much overall. The prose is also clumsy in places.
Cornco- *splutters and dies* (talk) 21:14, 27 April 2024 (UTC)

Penelope's Park (DENIED)[]

A lost episode-styled pasta about an educational pitch pilot created by the protagonist. It ends up getting sabotaged in the test group showing by someone he knows, and family issues ensue.

Main reason I put this in the Spinoff Appeal is because I wanted to see what the admins thought of it. A reviewer on YouTube gave it a 10/10, which I appreciate, but it's nice to get a second opinion from people who write non-spinoff stuff. Also, I'm ChenArchive, I just go by a different Fandom username now.

LafawndaPasta(talk) 01:13, 22 May 2024 (UTC)

The general structure of this story is well done, I would say, but the plot is simple and well-traversed. Too much description is assigned to this basic, kind of annoying cartoon that doesn't really feel like something that would've been picked up had the showing not gone wrong. The material added is nothing particularly new or interesting for lost episodes - cartoon characters self-mutilating and questioning their reality is pretty par for the course. As per usual, the supplementary images are a good feature but they don't make the story. Likewise, the family angle is somewhat original but doesn't provide enough depth as a framing device in my opinion.
Cornco- *splutters and dies* (talk) 12:49, 20 June 2024 (UTC)