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32929 No. 32929 ID: 47be15

Here you can ask me to draw some of my characters or to place fan art in this thread
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No. 40814 ID: 272cf3

Also I thought of a better costume for Ana since that doesn’t work for her, Sarah Connor from Terminator 1
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No. 40815 ID: 272cf3

And then Scarred Ana as Sarah Connor from Terminator 2
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No. 40828 ID: ae9b99

>>40807
pretty cool. Yeah, the character kind of fits, but not all the way. I just figured they are both dumb goofy characters who think are smarter than they actually are that most people hate and see as a freak, lol.

I want to see a Dan Smith from Killer 7 Costume if that is alright. I am not sure which character would fit him though, but my mind keeps thinking Lorence.


>>40813
I feel Edgar Allan Poe would be a better fit for Nathan, though I will say William Shakespeare is a close second.
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No. 40866 ID: 70be57
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40866

Anthony as Leonardo Da Vinci, somebody has a big ego but it fits. As for Cleopatra as Artemisia Gentileschi yeah I can see that, only I think that I draw this one bad. Like always I like to add a bit more so I decided to include your curators

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_mHx-ZdC9w
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No. 40867 ID: 70be57
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40867

As for Nathaniel, I combined your two ideas into one costume. So that is why it is a half William Shakespeare and half Edgar Allan Poe combination

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TF4oUJcTfVI
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No. 40868 ID: 70be57
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40868

Now, this is a more fitting costume for Ana and Scarred. Funny how Sarah Connor changed so drastically from one movie to the other, it makes me wonder where Scarred came from in order to become the person who she is right now?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2f5v1w_v8g
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No. 40869 ID: 70be57
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40869

Lorence as the Dan Smith from Killer 7 yeah he is all business kind of a person, this fits him so well. Also, I added something extra and this fits so perfectly

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0I42R0pcoI
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No. 40878 ID: ae9b99

>>40867

I wonder what a collaborated play/story would be like if Edgar and William wrote one together. (really good choice in music btw. I feel the piano suits my character pretty well. to Harbard: what instrument do you think suits Anthony?)

>>40869

You can probably tell by now that Killer7 is one of my top favorite video games. Really though, a lot of games from Suda51 is pretty cool. Clara as Harman was a nice surprise, thanks for that.

Here is another idea: Rosaline (the spider character) as Mimi from super paper mario.
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No. 40880 ID: 3583d1
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40880

I’m going mad with work so I doodled this... if you know what this is, needless to say, DON’T ACTUALLY ATTEMPT THIS SHT.
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No. 40881 ID: 3583d1

>>40880
Whoops, I mean't to put this up on my own draw thread.
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No. 40904 ID: ae9b99

Oh my, I just had another idea:

Narty Darty as Ed from Cowboy Bebop
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No. 40945 ID: 70be57
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40945

My mistake, I don't know what but instead of doing Mimi from Super Paper Mario I did Muffet from Undertale. Fuck I totally messed this up my bad

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HblqxUgrQTk
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No. 40946 ID: 70be57
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40946

This one fits spectacularly, I also got inspired to add something as well. To add to this here is a funny video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mv6ZDAyHb_E
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No. 40947 ID: 70be57
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40947

This is what I got planned as the final for this years Halloween. When the contest is over I will have an important question to ask you participators

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=glFK5I0G2GE
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No. 40970 ID: ae9b99

Keep in mind some of the costumes I have not seen before, but I'll do my best

Essence as Maleficent
act: 2 (+1), look: 2(+1)
(Essence is a lot more psychopathic, but they both are pretty evil)

Laura as Fauna
Act: 1(+2) Look: 2(+1)
(both pretty much fits the good-natured personality well)

Scarred as Merryweather
Act: 2(+1) look: 2(+1)
(both are a little hot headed, though Scarred is much more hotheaded)

Fortune as Flora
Act: 2(+1) look 2(+1)
(the middle road between the good-natured and the hot headed)

Devoid as the teacher
Act: 2(+1) look 1(+2)
(this one made me smile the most, which is why I ranked the look high. Though I am surprised that Devoid was the character chosen. Makes me want to speculate)


(I will continue my judging tomorrow)
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No. 40972 ID: 70be57

>>40970
Thank you for voting, I wont look at who you voted for until you, the other participater and me finishes voting. Again I must apologize for not doing the spider girl correctly. That day it was late when I did all your requests and just before uploading I noticed that I was doing your request wrong. I just uplouded evrithing and now I can not add her, the voting has already started
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No. 40991 ID: ae9b99

Hey, don't worry about the costume messup. To be fair, Muffet was the first character that came to mind for me, but I chose Mimi instead as Muffet would have been way too obvious, and I wanted someone a little more creepy.
The muffet costume does look pretty cool on her though, even though Rosaline doesn't seem to enjoy the costume based on her expression in her eyes :)

Sorry for the wait, today was crazy (in a good way): there was a new Petscop video to speculate on (I probably should of had a character dress up as "Naul" or the character from that series), and I spent time on something new and mysterious made by Toby Fox(undertale's creator). Not to mention the hype of Super Smash Bros Ultimate's final direct before the game gets released is getting me pumped.

But hey, I got this voting thing done before Halloween ended (with 20 minutes to spare, lol)

Here we go. These will be kind of harder since some of the costumes are from games/films I haven't played or seen, but I'll do my best.

Ana as Daenerys Targeryen from Game of Thrones
Act: 3(+0.5) look 1(+2)
(sorry, I have not seen Game of Thrones, so I have no basis to go on. But the costume does look cute on her despite her not liking it.)

Root as Joseph Seed
Act: 2(+1) Look: 1(+2)
(Even though I haven't played the game, I did get an understanding of his personality in comparison. Also Root looks pretty formal in the suit.

Logan as Doctor Strange
Act: 2(+1) Look: 2(+1)
(Logan is a little more hot headed than Doctor Strange, but he does have a mastery over magic like him.)

Absolution as Dormammu
Act: 2(+1) Look: 2(+1)
(Absolution Prime from what I see believes his actions are just even though they are wrong. Dormammu is just evil, seen as something worse than a demon.

Delilah as Sydney
act: 3(0.5) look: 2(+1)
(sorry, haven't played Pay day 2 to give a complete answer, but from videos I've seen, yeah I don't think she acts the part)
Stitch as Brigade

Essence as Medusa
act: 2(+1) look 1(+2)
(I haven't seen Soul Eater enough to give a good answer, but the costume looks good on her at least)

Andrew Goodwill as Nyarlthotep
act: 2(+1) look: 1(+2)

Null as Xavier
act: 3 (0.5) look: 2(+1)
(I'll be honest, Null does not relate to Xavier all that much. the main reason why I chose this costume was so that I could introduce the weirdest show I have ever seen to you guys. I hope you guys take time to enjoy it. It is the type of show you have to watch a couple times to catch all the jokes that fly by)

Anthony as Leonardo DaVinci
act: 2 (+1) look 1 (+2)
(he fits the artist look, though I think Michelangelo may have been a better choice. Thats just me.)

Cleopatra as Artemisia Gentileschi
act: 2 (+1) look 2 (+1)
(is it weird that I never heard of Artemisia Gentileschi? I did look at her artwork though, pretty nifty)

Whispers as Raggedy Ann
act: 3 (+0.5) look: 1 (+2)
(From what I've seen, she doesn't really act like Raggedy Ann, but the costume looks perfect on her.)

Withered Ace as ???
act: ??? look: 2 (+1)
(sorry, I do not know who Withered Ace is dressed up as to give a vote for acting, but it does look interesting at least)

Nathaniel as William Allen Shakespoe
act: 3(+0.5) look: 1(+2)
(interesting costume, the crow from the poe side and skull from the william side fits pretty well with the creepy Halloween spirit. However, I cannot rate too highly on the acting as Nathaniel has had only two lines of dialogue in the story and haven't appeared much, not really enough for me to flesh out his personality just yet to give a definite score on how he acts. I will say though, The personality I am currently planning on having him have is that of a quiet loner, a lone wolf.)

Ana as Sarah Connor (T1)
Act: 2(+1) look 2(+1)

Scarred Ana as Sarah Connor (T2)
Act: 2(+1) look: 1(+2)

Lorence as Dan Smith
Act: 2(+1) look: 1(+2)
(Love the costume. As far as acting goes, while both are all business, Dan has more of a non-caring attitude, often looks bored out of his mind like he is too good for whatever shit he is in. Lorence is more dedicated to what he is fighting for)

Clara as Harman Smith
act: 3(+0.5) look: 2(+1)
(she acts nothing like Harman. Harman is seen more like a wise old deity. Only thing that relates is the wheel chair they are stuck in, and thats about it. She does look good though)

Rosaline as MimiMuffet
Act: 3(+0.5) look: 1(+2)
(I'll admit, this was what I was originally going to choose for her costume, but decided against it because it would have been too obvious. The costume is perfect for her considering she is pretty much already part spider with a love of tea. However, how they act is different in comparison)

Narty Darty as Ed
Act: 1(+2) Look: 1(+2)
(Absolute perfection on both how they act (airheaded with I believe great hidden depths and potential) and the costume looks perfect on her. IMO, out of all the costumes I've judged, she is 1st place)

Amelia as Faye Valentine
Act: 3(0.5) look: 2(+1)
(I don't know, I see Amelia more as emotionless. But then again, we have only just got started getting to know her in the current quest we are doing.)


Thats all. I'll try to post in the fractured memories quest some time tomorrow.
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No. 41006 ID: 49b2d5

So I’m trying to set scores but it’s all very confusing for me, I think most scores are gonna come up very same-ey with the current scoring system. And I’m a little confused as to how the scoring actually works, which are the numbers that really matter?
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No. 41007 ID: ae9b99

if you vote 1, the character gets +2 points. if you vote 2, the character gets +1 points. you vote 3, the character gets +0.5 points.

I think to make it easier, just post +2, +1, or +0.5. Don't worry about posting 1, 2, or 3
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No. 41107 ID: 3583d1

Ana as Daenerys +1/+2, as Sarah Connor 1 +2/+2

Essence as Maleficient +1/+1, as Medusa +2/+2

Scarred as Merryweather +1/+0.5, as Sarah Connor 2 +2/+2

Fortune as Fauna +1/+1

Laura as Flora +1/+2

DeVoid as teacher +1/+2

Root as Joseph Seed +1/+2

Logan as Dr Strange +2/+1

Prime as Dormammu +2/+1

Delilah as Sydney +1/+1

Stitch as Brigade +2/+2

Andrew as Nyarlthotep +2/+1

Null as Xavier n/a I have no idea who he’s supposed to be or act like so I don’t feel qualified to judge this one.

Anthony as Leonardo DaVinci +1/+2

Cleopatra as Artemisia Gentileschi +2/+2

Withered Ace as uhhhh... who is this? The costume looks awesome +2

Whispers as Ragedy Ann +0.5/+1

Nathaniel as William Edgar Shakespoe +2/+2

Lorence and Clara I don’t feel qualified to judge as I’ve never played killer 7.

Rosaline as muffet +0.5/+2

Natty Darty as Ed +1/+2

Grey Eyes as Faye +0.5/+1

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No. 41110 ID: 70be57
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41110

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=15HTd4Um1m4
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No. 41111 ID: 3583d1

So in that regard are some people just not going to get a score at all?
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No. 41117 ID: 70be57

>>41111
Unfortunately yeah some will just not being able to end on any of the places
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No. 41133 ID: ae9b99


Act

1 (+2): Darty, Laura
2 (+1): Lorence, Absolution
3 (0.5): Essence (Maleficent), Scarred (Sarah Conner)

Look

1 (+2): Darty, Rosaline
2 (+1): Devoid, Lorence
3 (+0.5) Anthony, Whispers

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No. 41134 ID: d3e319

for act:
+2 to Scarred Ana as Sarah Connor 2
+1 to Essence as Medusa
+0.5 to Andrew and Nyarlthotep

For costume:
+2 to Logan as Dr. Strange
+1 to Root as Jospeh Seed
+0.5 to Nathaniel as William Edgar Shakespoe

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No. 41135 ID: 70be57

Here are my choices for the contest.
How the charter acts like the costume:
In the first place, I will put Ana with the physical body and Narty Darty as Ed from Cowboy Bebop.
In the second place, I will put Scarred Ana and Essence.
In the third place, I will put Lorence as the Dan Smith from Killer 7 and Cleopatra as Artemisia Gentileschi.

In the other category, how the costume looks this will be my choices for that positions. In the first place, I will put Anthony as Leonardo Da Vinci and Andrew Goodwill: Nyarlthotep from H.P. Lovecraft. I really like how these two end up looking.
In the second place, I will put Nathaniel and Stitch: Brigade from Marvel Nemesis.
In the third place, I will put DeVoid and Logan
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No. 41136 ID: 70be57
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41136

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOFCQ2bfmHw
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No. 41140 ID: 70be57
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41140

So I never played a d&d game but I always want to see how that would work and how it would feel to play that kind of game. I know the first thing that people create is their starter character with its backstory and personality, so might as well do it just for fun. The backstory of this bard is a tail of misplaced delusion of grandeur. There one was a son of a noble family, he had everything he ever wanted and spend most of his time in a pub making jokes and fooling with his friends. During that time he got a fondness for playing the lute and started playing it whenever he was with his friends to cheer them up. His family expected from him to continue the family tradition and as a negotiator, but during his first time on a diplomatic mission when so horribly wrong that he single handily started a conflict between two towns. This incident brought great shame to his family name so much that one night his father offered him a bag of coins so that he would just disappear and never return. He also forbid him from ever using his real name or ever meeting where he is from. The noble son saw this as an opportunity in distancing himself from the noble lifestyle and pursue his life as a traveling bard. But there is only one problem the previous life of luxury made him unprepared for the life away from the castle. The Bard went from town to town constantly changing his name mostly where he was people usually had a bad experience with his narcissistic personality. During his travels, he lost his hearing even he is not sure how that happened. If you asked him he would probably say that somebody cursed him so that he wouldn't be able to enjoy his own music. Tired of always changing his name he finally chooses a name which he will never change, so he decided to call himself Deaf Note and he insisted for anybody who is speaking to him to address him that way. Unfortunately, nobody actually calls him that way, but he believes that they do because he can't actually hear what people say to him. This bard became something of a village fool, nobody took him seriously because he thought so highly of himself. This kind of attitude got him in all sort of trouble. In one instance he really angered the members of the pub they beat him up so badly that afterward, he started wearing a mask. Right now he is a bard with no destination, goal or calling in life, he just lives on the street because he is trash
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No. 41146 ID: ae9b99

>>41136
So it finally comes to this. This decision was really difficult to make.

I really want to look into the past. But I want to see it not with the intention to stop the fog, but to see a prequel to how all this began. But watching the prequel will mean that we have committed to the destiny of being "heroes" of this story in trying to stop the fog

And after what I've seen and gone through in this story, I kind of want to spit in destiny's face and just focus on freeing Ana.

by spitting at destiny's face, what I mean is that there are so many characters who believe she is the "chosen one" to succeed in what they want her to do to further their own goals, like for example: Absurdity and FBI Laura telling her she is the only one who can stop the fog, or the cult trying at one point to get her to join them to create their own future, or Essence wanting to use her to (maybe) destroy the multiverse, or the Ambassador trying to use her to further her goals.

Plus the idea of prophecy and destiny annoys me because that means that the person whom is written by destiny to do something has no choice in their life other than to fulfill that destiny without escape, not having the choice to live their life as they want it.

And really, I think what Ana wants most is to be free from it all, from the manipulation of others, to the pain that people are trying to inflict on her.

So as much as I really really want to see the prequel to Roots and Branches, I do not think I'd want to see it if it means we will have to commit to being heroes. Besides, in the start of the quest, it stated that "in this story, you will only have one mission and that is to survive in this strange new world." If that is our only mission, then I feel there is no need to put Ana in anymore risk trying to become heroes. Instead we should focus on escaping destiny.

That is my opinion. Of course, we will also have to see what Harbard has to say as his decision matters as well.
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No. 41147 ID: 3583d1

Well.... shit.

I wanna keep going, it’s also a matter of actually getting more parts of the story. The thing we can agree on however is breaking free from destiny. But I set my sights just a little higher...

It’s seems we’ve hit deadlock.
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No. 41156 ID: 70be57
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41156

This will probably be one of my experimental quests. I don't know when I will start it or even where I will be posting it
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No. 41288 ID: ae9b99

Now I know why those masks those Null clones (and Essence) was wearing look so familiar. It was these >>38140
Now I have to wonder why they had Weeping Deer's masks in the first place. There has to be a reason.

>>37937
Oh cool, now I recognize her. That was the person Nathanial was talking to in Girls night out. it was Penelope...
>Will you be my Jesus
Oh crud, I may have figured out whom she was saying that to. she was saying that to Nathanial, wasn't she?

But now I wonder, isn't she and the rest of the smiling sinners supposed to see Root as their Jesus? Something must have happened...

Lastly, I will talk a bit more of my thoughts on deciding whether or not to continue having Ana look into the past after work. I will post it in the Discussion thread later tonight.
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No. 41301 ID: 70be57
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41301

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZ1tZ9J7-PU
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No. 41304 ID: ae9b99

inner thoughts: A nightmarish lucid dream... in which I orchestrate through narration.

*glances at Spirit Contaminator* My compliments... to the master of ceremonies.

...*ahem*...

before we begin, Let us picture the setting: A black fog, dark and darker, even darker than the darkness of the new moon's midnight. It dances forever among the forest for its audience to spectate since the day it was born. Some people may fear and run from the fog. Some people may not understand it or even try to stop its dance reaching an untimely demise, and some people may stay to marvel at its waltz with nature, encouraging it, and even wishing for its encore.
and as many spectate the dark fog's endless nightly dance, their eyes become adjusted to the darkness of the fog. And if their eyes adjust well enough, they may find a hidden secret settlement within the forest coming clear into view within one of the most deepest part of the woods.

the forest within the settlement is full of leafless trees and dying plant life as most of nature has perished by the cold of the season. All the animals has all hibernated, migrated, or perished from the curse of the cold. The sun can no longer bless the nature as it is covered by the winter clouds of the invisible sky above the black fog. And as the rain desperately tries to save the plantlife of the forest, it could only turn to snow and blanket the forest. it hopes the snow blanket would warm the forest in replacement of the sun's warmth, but its desperation is all for naught as the blanket of snow only made the forest more cold, more dead. Just as it happens every year.

it is that with all the surrounding cold, and death among the forest, it is a sign of the happiest time of year is coming right around the corner: the festive holiday season for the secret forest settlement to worship their new messiah. It is here where our story shall begin.

Within the hidden forest settlement lays Jacob Marley. Marley was dead to begin with. There's no doubt about that. The register of his burial was signed by the clergyman, the clerk, the undertaker, and the chief mourner. Scrooge signed it. And Scrooge's name was good upon 'Change, for anything he chose to put his hand to. Old Marley was as dead as a door-nail.

Mind! I don't mean to say that I know, of my own knowledge, what there is particularly dead about a door-nail. I might have been inclined, myself, to regard a coffin-nail as the deadest piece of ironmongery in the trade. But the wisdom of our ancestors is in the simile; and my unhallowed hands shall not disturb it, or the Country's done for. You will therefore permit me to repeat, emphatically, that Marley was as dead as a door-nail.

Did Scrooge knew he was dead? Why of course he did. How could it be otherwise? Scrooge and he were partners for as long as the forest settlement was built. even before the black fog started its waltz. Scrooge was his sole executor, his sole administrator, his sole assign, his sole residuary legatee, his sole friend, and sole mourner. And even Scrooge was not so dreadfully cut up by the sad event, but that he was an excellent man of business on the very day of the funeral, and solemnized it with an undoubted bargain. The mention of Marley's funeral brings me back to the point I started from. There is no doubt that Marley was dead. This must be distinctly understood, or nothing wonderful can come of the story I am going to relate. If we were not perfectly convinced that Hamlet's Father died before the play began, there would be nothing more remarkable in his taking a stroll at night, in an easterly wind, upon his own ramparts, than there would be in any other middle-aged gentleman rashly turning out after dark in a breezy spot - say Saint Paul's Churchyard for instance - literally to astonish his son's weak mind.


...

in fact, just to get the point more across than it is already needed, let us go off script. Let us see how the death and funeral of Jacob Marley played out so I can prove to you just how dead he really is...

shall we, my astute audience?

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No. 41316 ID: 70be57
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41316

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_hW8VqaLdeU
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No. 41317 ID: 97b4a9

>>41316
”To wish you a merry Christmas Uncle, For such a merry time it is! May god save it, and may god save you, Uncle!

Why look so Cross, Uncle? Come, dine with my wife and I tomorrow! We would be joyous to have you with us for Christmas Dinner!”

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No. 41326 ID: 70be57
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDIuRGh3AeU
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No. 41327 ID: 0155c6

>>41326
Uncle!

There are many things from which I might have derived good, by which I have not profited, I dare say, Christmas among the rest. But I am sure I have always thought of Christmas time, when it has come round—apart from the veneration due to its sacred name and origin, if anything belonging to it can be apart from that—as a good time; a kind, forgiving, charitable, pleasant time; the only time I know of, in the long calendar of the year, when men and women seem by one consent to open their shut-up hearts freely, and to think of people below them as if they really were fellow-passengers to the grave, and not another race of creatures bound on other journeys. And therefore, uncle, though it has never put a scrap of gold or silver in my pocket, I believe that it has done me good, and will do me good; and I say, God bless it!


In layman’s terms Uncle, money can’t buy anyone enough happiness and being honest I don’t think you’re much happier because of it either. So I do wish you a Merry Christmas Uncle Scrooge, come on by tomorrow night for dinner!

Merry Christmas, Uncle! And a happy new year!
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41368

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HqaCZax8_Iw
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No. 41376 ID: ae9b99

inner thoughts: I dunno some of these actors... but some I know...

And with that, Bob Cratchit, the poor yet ever the optimistic clerk, took his leave out of the light of the counting house and into the dark nightly dance of the fog to capture the light in his own home.
And yet while the pitch black dark of the night is ever daunting, it is as if Bob's optimism had took some of the light of the Scrooge and Marley counting-house with him to light his way through the dark night, leaving the light of the counting room dimmer as Scrooge continues counting his coins.

Scrooge, in the isolation of his thoughts and business had not realize that as Bob Cratchit took his leave, he had inadvertently let two portly gentlemen into the counting-house. They were pleasant to behold, and now stood, with their hats off, in Scrooge's office. They had books and papers in their hands, and bowed to him with great intention of asking Scrooge for charity to help the less fortunate.

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No. 41402 ID: 70be57
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fz6QGzDI8c
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No. 41411 ID: 97b4a9

>>41402
Many can’t go there; and many would rather die.

And to be honest if you’re insinuating what I think you are, that’s not a very nice thing to say, sir. Perhaps we’ll just move on. Merry Christmas!

whispering: what an asshole...
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No. 41446 ID: e51896

Inner thoughts: ... ... ... ... Was that person's head an eye? how does he eat?

And with that, Scrooge too took his leave into the darkness taking the last bit of the dim light of the counting house with him. he headed to his home only stopping briefly at a tavern to eat and read the usual newspaper while in contrast most others this Christmas Eve would eat at home, and also being stopped by the occasional good wishers giving Scrooge the usual "merry Christsmas" in which Scrooge would respond with a simple "Humbug" as he walked with the nightly dance of the fog.

He has arrived at his home, previously owned by his deceased partner. A gloomy place fit for a gloomy man, the lifestyle he has so been accustomed to. And one that would attract the supernatural as Scrooge would find out as he arrives at the door of his home.

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No. 41448 ID: 70be57
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41448

Alright, I did this in order to see two of you two want to play Marley. Will the narrator portray him or will the other participator pay his role. Whatever you choose I will go with it
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No. 41463 ID: 97b4a9

>>41448
Old Scrooge, you’ve become prick,
You’re greedy, unruly, a dick.
So give us a knock you, selfish old cock
Lest I smash your face with a brick.
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No. 41465 ID: e51896

And just as Marley...sang that... song, and Scrooge took a closer look at the face on the door starting to recognize the face as his old partner, the face of Marley vanishes and became a knocker on the door once again. It was almost as if one would feel when they realize they are in a lucid dream only to lose control of the stability of their dream and vanish back into the waking world. Scrooge is left only with his thoughts of what he witnessed and whether it was a humbug hallucination from overworking himself, or if it actually happened.
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41469

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No. 41480 ID: 3583d1

>>41469
At this the spirit raised a frightful cry, and shook its chain with
such a dismal and appalling noise, that Scrooge held on tight to his
chair, to save himself from falling in a swoon. But how much greater
was his horror, when the phantom taking off the bandage round its
head, as if it were too warm to wear in-doors, its lower jaw dropped
down upon its breast!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6YMPAH67f4o

You'd better Listen up my old fellow
Before usher forth another loud bellow
Your dead ol' amigo ain't from no bad potato
Stop quivering like your legs are all jello

You see me wrapped all up in these chains?
My heart all undone with great pains
These are my sins from my life, and now with great strife
So just listen what I've got to explain.

Tonight you're gonna learn up some truth
You've been hard, disgusting, and uncouth
Three ghosts come a spell, at the toll of three bells
So let's just see what it is you can sleuth

We're trying to save you from hell
Locked up in Satan's cold cell
So shut up and learn, else you will burn
lest you dwell in the fires unquelled

I hope you learn well my dear brother
For a chance you've been given another
Or you'll have chains just like me, in hell you will see
So goodbye and word up to your mother.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EM-8b6LgnMk
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No. 41484 ID: 70be57
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41484

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDIuRGh3AeU
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