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18 Jun 2018
Matthias O'Dwyre was in the flyover years of his life. Upper middle class Mormon boy on the Utah border, who's most exciting quality was a propensity to catch colds. That was, of course, if you discounted his frequent forays into the dark sides of the web.
And, until he got cancer.
Realizing he wasn't going to make it long enough to put off having a good time, he decided to make the most of what little time he had left, founding his very own Red Room. However, he recieves more than he bargined for, as he's pulled into the world of demons, werewolves, cults, and sickos somehow worse than he is. And it's more than he could ever ask for.
Join us on this trip through the dark side of our overday internet, with mad doctors and vampiric cults, in this study of just how far the human brain will go to die with a purpose.
Read updates, behind the scenes, and extra lore, on my Tumblr: https://rosey-writes.tumblr.com/
Soon to have it's own Wiki, stay posted!
- Part 1 of Terminal Conditions
Fandoms: Yandere Simulator (Video Game), Original Work
19 Jun 2018
Olympia Academy, a quite school nestled in a Southern California suburb, seems squeaky clean on the surface, but, one look bellow, will reveal the danger bubbling under the surface.
Jonathan Starkweather, son of the practically non-existent as far as the hours worked goes, principal of the academy, and twin brother as resident idiot Jason Starkweather, is known as the sweetheart of the school, president of the photography club, never seen without his big, goofy smile. All that, though, hides the fact underneath, he feels…nothing.
At least, until the day he met Eliot.
Sure, he got his ass kicked for accidentally spilling a bucket of water over his new Tiny’s laptop, then got robbed blind, but it was worth it. The moment their eyes met, Jonathan felt warmth for the first time in his life.
Everything was going to be perfect now, he knew. At least until he got the message from the mysterious ICU, warning him that he wasn’t the only one looking to catch Eliot’s heart.
We can't have that now, can we?
- Part 1 of (None of) The Family Buisness