Heya, Red here. It’s time to liven up this wiki, and what better time to do it than during the cold, miserable winter that kicks off 2020? So I’m holding a contest. Never done this before, but let’s give it a crack. The contest theme, you might ask? Simple:
Upon signing up in the comments of this blog post, you will be given a tarot card at random. You must write a story that then pertains to that card.
Embrace the fear of inevitability, or rework the card’s meaning to have a different effect on your story. Be it about fortune telling, a trait of the card itself, whatever - just remember to make it frightening! (The better use of the card’s meaning will probably score you higher though, just saying.)
However, this is a limi…Read more >
One year. It’s hard to believe that much time has already passed for me here on the CPW. From bumbling beginnings as just an newbie creepypasta fan with an idea of a story, to... wherever I am now, I’ve had a lot of fun over the last twelve months making friends and writing more stories for the wiki, be them individual and on my own, or working in a collaboration.
I couldn’t really think of anything else to do for a one year anniversary other than looking back at what I’ve done so far, and discussing how I feel about my contributions (mostly just me being hard on myself, like any content creator). It feels a little... vain, but it is what it is. So, here’s my thoughts on each story of mine that stands on the wiki to this day:
The Greenhouse …Read more >
Well, Bethesda’s E3 conference was last night, and I waited for an hour and a half through various other games for some Doom: Eternal footage. Some of the other games looked promising (Ghostwire Tokyo, Wolfenstein: Youngblood and Deathloop stood out the most), and others were pretty underwhelming. But eventually, as a grand finale, since that’s what everyone was there for, we got a little more Doom: Eternal.
This game is going to be so freaking good. They changed the UI since the last reveal, and it’s a neat change. It looks a bit more arcade-y than before, which is cool. Everything from the reveal and the new trailer just makes me laugh and shout – in a good way. It just looks like more and more Doom, which is absolutely fine by me. Killin…Read more >
Thought I'd start making use of this blog feature and try to do something each week, since I only write creepypastas when I actually have an idea. And I guess I’ll stick with the title A Look Back, since writing about something you’ve done is still technically in the past – just not very far. We’ll see how this goes.
Okay, opening exposition done. You’re here for Doom talk. If you’ve had the displeasure of knowing me recently, I’ve been ranting and raving once again about this game. I only got around to playing it this past year finally, and I beat it over the course of a weekend. So, how was Doom 2016? It was one of the best games I’ve ever played.
If you somehow don’t know what Doom is, here’s the premise: badass space marine wakes up from h…Read more >
Flashback to 2008. I’m in fourth grade. The teacher gives all of us the monthly Book Orders (remember those?), and being the avid young reader I was, I carefully investigate each offer, as my parents always allowed me one book per order. As I scanned those flimsy yet colourful pages, my eye was caught by one cover in particular – Goosebumps Horrorland #1: Revenge of the Living Dummy.
For the next few years, that franchise made up a good amount of my childhood, and really set up my love for scary stories, regardless of just how “scary” Goosebumps books were. So today, I decided to talk about this series that I loved ever so much, because why not? (Also there will be spoilers of course because, let’s face it, the series is over a decade old, an…Read more >