Helel ben Shahaar

aka just call me Hel

  • I live in the dismal abyss of black nothingness
  • I was born on May 2
  • My occupation is neighbouring country.
  • I am biting ravens, and curing plague.
  • Helel ben Shahaar

    Well, this is something new. First time I'm interviewing a fellow admin, the one and only HopelessNightOwl, the latest adition to Agents Orange, and a pretty darn fine author, whose works include jools such as Lost Episodes Can Be Found Again, Letter to the Editor, June 2004, and moar. Without any further ado, let's get right into it:

    Helel ben Shahaar: To start off, Mr. Owl, would you be as kind as to say us something on the topic of ye?

    HopelessNightOwl: Well, I guess my username already says a lot. I’m a hopeless night owl. Ever since infancy I’ve had trouble falling asleep at a normal time, especially now since some of my most productive hours are late at night.

    I also have a great fondness for owls. I have a BS in criminology and criminal …

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  • Helel ben Shahaar

    Sorry for being late. I'll try to justify the wait. For this Writers' Lounge is with, none other than DrBobSmith. So without any further ado, let's just dive straight into.

    Helel ben Shahaar: Start's pretty standard: would you tell us something about yourself?

    DrBobSmith: How do I describe me? I live in the SouthWest USA currently, although I have been throughout most of the USA. I've been writing since High School, which was many decades ago. I would consider myself religious, which definitely has an influence on my work. I'm married and have three children. I also am a gun collector.

    Hel: Gun collector? Groovy. And how did you come to discover Creepypasta?

    Doc: I heard a couple of narrations on YouTube. There's No Such Thing as Area 51 and T…

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  • Helel ben Shahaar

    This is a day most special: The 13th Warrior is being interviewed today. And it is no-one less than RedNovaTyrant himself, the author of jools such as The Greenhouse Effect and The Naughty List. And since I currently don't have the adequate words to prolong this intro even a slightest bit further than it humanely needs be prolonged for the sake of being prolonged, let us dive right into it like Hector's charioteer Cebriones dove from his chariot after being lethally struck by the stone flung by Patroclus.

    Helel ben Shahaar: Let's kickstart it as it should: would you grace us with some info about your person?

    RedNovaTyrant: His name is Tim and he likes to eat cookies. Oh, wait - you mean myself? Well, I hail from the Great White North, more to…

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  • Helel ben Shahaar

    Since I've apparently been given full rule, power, and control over Writer's Lounge, I asked myself the big question:

    "How far can I bend the rules before they shatter and permanently scar my face with their jagged shards?"

    Well, since I tend to leap before looking and have a history of potentially lethal decisions, I decided to do just that, and interview a person that is less of a writer, and more of a narrator. Yup, you've guessed it: it's one and only SpiritVoices.

    Helel ben Shahaar: To start it off casually, would you tell us something about yourself?

    SpiritVoices: Well, I can tell you a couple things! I’m an 18-year-old girl who lives on the East Coast, with two siblings, two (once four) step-siblings, two puppy dogs, and a wonderful grou…

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  • Helel ben Shahaar

    To my knowledge, no admin before me has attempted such profane and dangerous action: to interview a girl. But I attempted, and I paid the price, for the interview took 4 days to complete (hence me being late).

    But twas worth it, for now, I fetch thee words of none other than SoDaft Potato, also known as Overlord, a lass responsible for pearls such as New Friends and I Laughed at a Funeral.

    So without further ado-

    Helel ben Shahaar: First and foremost, why not tell us something about yourself?

    SoDaft Potato: First off, I hate snow but live in a place where the snow never seems to stop for five minutes during the winter. Ironic, isn't it? Thank goodness it's spring. That's another thing. I love spring; it's my second-favorite season, behind fall. T…

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