You’re just an average, happy human, going about life, trying to forge your way in the world. Fortunately, you’ve landed a nice job that pays well, you’re steadily and reliably working your way out of the debt you gained from moving to the city, and you found a great apartment (with a chill roommate, Sans, a polite skeleton monster with puns up his sleeve and an indecipherable gaze) for surprisingly little rent.
And then, without warning, two more skeletons seem to show up out of nowhere at your and Sans’s shared apartment. The first to appear is Red, a hot-blooded, sharp-grinned alcoholic who isn’t shy to share his less than savoury intentions with you, with crude gestures and pick-up lines galore.
... And the second is a tall, broad, but quiet skeleton who immediately goes by the pseudonym Skull, sporting a huge crack in his head and a single, engorged red iris, that never seems to stop staring at you.
You’re not sure why both of them won’t leave you alone, or why Sans seems so desperate to stop them from interacting with you... But hey, what harm could come from it?
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03 Oct 2019
Fandoms: IT (2017), A Nightmare on Elm Street (Movies 1984-1994), Child's Play/Chucky (Movies), IT (1990), Dracula - Bram Stoker, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (Movies)
29 Aug 2019
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- Part 1 of Fortune is a Fickle Dame