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Re: A really, really dark room

Posted: Wed Oct 24, 2018 12:44 pm
by chuckles
smash the planks in a fit of rage

Re: A really, really dark room

Posted: Wed Oct 24, 2018 12:51 pm
by Wolfcat
>You've stubbed your toe.
>It hurts badly.
>You look down to assess the wound, yet you cannot.
>It is still incredibly dark.
>In a fit of rage you begin slamming your arms on the planks.
>You hear them snap, satisfyingly.
>This makes you feel a bit better.
>However, you now have some splinters in your arms.
>This makes you feel a bit worse.
>You once again shout, shout, letting it all out.
>These splinters are definitely things you could do without.
>Suddenly, you hear a door squeak open behind you.
>However, the room remains just as dark as ever.
>_

Re: A really, really dark room

Posted: Wed Oct 24, 2018 12:55 pm
by chuckles
move in the direction of the sound while crying, knowing that the water will hide your tears.

Re: A really, really dark room

Posted: Wed Oct 24, 2018 12:58 pm
by mfgreth
Use the splinters like kunai from Naruto in the direction of any potential attacker

Re: A really, really dark room

Posted: Wed Oct 24, 2018 1:12 pm
by Wolfcat
>You begin pathetically crawling on the ground, sobbing audibly.
>You hear someone speak from the direction of the door.
>"Oh fuck."
>Aha, the voice sounds somewhat sympathetic.
>Your totally fake and completely not real crying has caused them to let their guard down.
>You begin running towards them while wildly flailing your arms in the hopes that the splinters sticking out of them might slice them.
>"What the hell's your problem, you freakin' psycho!?"
>The voice sounds masculine, but not that masculine.
>There's a hint of a Brooklyn accent, too.
>You hear the person retreating back through the door.
>Success, you guess.
>If you can call a stubbed toe, drenched clothing, and arms full of splinters a success.
>You did ward off a potential attacker though, so that's cool.
>_

Re: A really, really dark room

Posted: Wed Oct 24, 2018 1:59 pm
by chuckles
Run to the door and pound on it demanding to be let either out or in, whichever it is.

Re: A really, really dark room

Posted: Wed Oct 24, 2018 2:05 pm
by Wolfcat
>You quickly run in the direction of the door.
>Before you even get close, you trip because your toe hurts so much.
>You tumble into the door, knocking it open.
>Or... Was it even fully closed in the first place?
>You aren't sure.
>The new room you're in is also incredibly dark.
>The power in this entire building must be out, you think.
>You think you're in a hallway of sorts.
>To your left you can hear what sounds like a microwave.
>To your right you smell a foul stench.
>Directly behind you is the room you just came from.
>_

Re: A really, really dark room

Posted: Wed Oct 24, 2018 5:25 pm
by mfgreth
Take off blindfold

Re: A really, really dark room

Posted: Wed Oct 24, 2018 6:21 pm
by Wolfcat
>Of course, how could you have been so stupid?
>You reach up and take off your blindfold.
>However, this does not help you since the building around you is still completely dark.
>Whatever.
>You tie the blindfold around your forehead.
>You probably look like a cool ninja right now or something.
>The blindfold is most likely just all lopsided and messing up your hair, though.
>_

Re: A really, really dark room

Posted: Fri Oct 26, 2018 10:26 pm
by mfgreth
Fuck it this darkness is inescapable. Accept your fate and start wandering towards the microwave sound.