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September 11, 2013
  • I live in Trotwood, OH
  • I was born on May 15
  • I am Female


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LOLSKELETONS (talk) 12:51, September 11, 2013 (UTC)

This is actually an automated message sent to every new user by User:Wikia (the message itself is substituted from MediaWiki:Welcome-message-user). It switches in the username for the admin who made the most recent edit so new users can easily find help if they need it. LOLSKELETONS (Leave a message) (My contributions) 15:49, September 11, 2013 (UTC)

Oh, hey, you're back.

Nice to see you're back, I was a little concerned because you just dropped off the radar after the reclassification thread died. (I'm not sure if you remember me or not; I have the unfortunate ability to remember just about everything about everyone I've ever met, which leads to lots of awkwardness when they forget about me and are unsure how to react to the fact that I know so much about them.)

Sorry that Noothgrush was so...ah...coarse upon your return. Unfortunately, he is correct - the thread did die, and I just asked Skeletons if the wiki staff had just given up on it. A-Lord-Over-Birds (talk) 19:48, March 7, 2014 (UTC)


"Not only do I remember you, but I've thought often about you and Blackroses77 - not in a way you need to worry about, like in Audition, but rather wishing you two well"

Haha, I understood what you meant. And thanks for the kind wishes, I rarely see people with the decency to be kind these days.

By the way, I did some stalking (kidding) and left a review on one of your stories, I liked it.

Anyway, glad to hear that you haven't forgotten me, and glad you're back. I'm not terribly sure what to say here, so I'm just going to say "cheers" and be done with it.

Cheers. A-Lord-Over-Birds (talk) 02:04, March 10, 2014 (UTC)

RE: Most Sinister Weapon

I replied. Please let me know if anything I said was confusing. NO ONE WAS SAVED. NOT EVEN THE CHILDREN! O_O (talk) 22:04, March 18, 2014 (UTC)

(I hope I'm doing this correctly.) I read your alternate ending and I must say, at least personally, it's much more favorable. You added in a small shock factor that actually isn't just there for the sake of shock and actually DOES add to the story. I hope that makes sense. I'm running on crappy sleep. NO ONE WAS SAVED. NOT EVEN THE CHILDREN! O_O (talk) 13:05, March 20, 2014 (UTC)

Oh no, for once it's not insomnia. My cat keeps me awake because she's still in that hyper stage and only decides to run around the apartment furiously once I decide to go to bed. NO ONE WAS SAVED. NOT EVEN THE CHILDREN! O_O (talk) 18:35, March 20, 2014 (UTC)


Signatures (~~~~) are usually only for talk page posts. Please don't sign article comments, blog comments or forum posts. Thanks.

LOLSKELETONS (talk) 01:53, March 20, 2014 (UTC)

It's fine, no need to apologize. I just wanted to be sure you knew you didn't have to do that.
LOLSKELETONS (talk) 18:46, March 20, 2014 (UTC)

Author Credit

When you want to sign off your stories, use the "{{by-user}}" template as it keeps things uniform-looking and has a link to the CC rights page. In other words, it tells people the story is yours.

Mystreve (talk) 13:13, March 21, 2014 (UTC)

OK. Go into source mode for one of your stories. At the end of the story type {,{, by-user|Raidra,},} minus the commas. That should do it. Or just click on one of the stories on my profile page to see an example; just make sure you read it in source mode to see the template itself.
Mystreve (talk) 15:50, March 21, 2014 (UTC)
Just type {{By-user|Raidra}} at the end of your page.
SOMEGUY123 (talk) 15:51, March 21, 2014 (UTC)
(edit conflict)
Are you using visual editor? If so, I recommend disabling it in your preferences (see Help:VisualEditor#Disabling); it's really not good for adding templates, or anything but really basic editing for that matter. After disabling it, you should be able to add {{by-user|Raidra}} without a problem. If the problem persists, feel free to leave a note on my talk page.
LOLSKELETONS (talk) 15:54, March 21, 2014 (UTC)
Okay, unless my mind has completely snapped, I've got it now. Thanks a million, everybody! :-D Raidra (talk) 16:02, March 21, 2014 (UTC)

Your stories

Just informing you that I deleted your stories "The Geisha" and "Broken Contract" per your request in this thread.

LOLSKELETONS (talk) 00:50, March 30, 2014 (UTC)

Please Don't Hate Me (I'm Sorry)

I'm a nice person. Like, a really nice person. Sorry if I made you feel that you had upset me, because that's not true at all. I don't like making people feel bad :(

I don't want to slap you (I've never hit a person in my entire life) and I don't think you're a dummy. Promise. Pinky swear.

Really, I know that I wasn't taking the thread very seriously. Do I honestly care what a Creepypasta Anthology book is going to be called? Hell no. I just like talking to people because I don't have many friends, but I don't use chat much because I feel like the forums are a much more intelligent place to talk. 

It's almost impossible to take anything I say seriously (because I'm not very serious), but I'm being honest when I say that I truly apologize if I hurt you in any way and that I was just goofing around.

You have a good weekend too.

Indefinitesilence (talk) 04:16, May 3, 2014 (UTC)

All of the Re: Please Don't Hate Me (I'm Sorry)

(because text doesn't describe things, * means that I don't really mean this)

Hugs make me very, very comfortable. If I saw you in real life, I would probably actually hug you. Except, you're 29 and I'm 15, so that would make you look like a pedophile.

Unless you are a pedophile.*

I totally agree on the text misinterpretation thing. One time, when I was playing WoW, I asked someone what they needed help with, and after they told me, I said, "Oh, that's your problem," as in, "Oh, so that's what you need help with." Of course, they mistook it as "Oh, that's your problem," as in, "That's your issue. Deal with it on your own." That became a bunch of screwed up nonsense that ended with me having one less raid member.

Words are stupid.*

Also, I don't have Dr. Pepper, but I can toast you with... err... hang on. Lemme search my fridge.

Aha! I can toast you with some Fresca. To weird awkward friendships with people that are twice my age!

Indefinitesilence (talk) 06:10, May 3, 2014 (UTC)

Re: The Man Called Pathos

Just a forewarning, I am in no way near the best reviewer on this site. You would be better off seeking help from the writer's workshop, but since you asked...

When I was reading the story, I kept expecting a little more exposition on Pathos. Who he is, why he is a pacifist, are his powers a natural gift or result, (He is pretty calm at knifepoint, has he experienced this before? Is he out that night for a reason?) I know this story is more like a character introduction, but I woulda liked a little more insight to Pathos' character.

As for the ending, it just came off as slightly anticlimactic. He foils the robbery and it ends. You mentioned in your message that he abhors violence, but I would like to see him trying to talk his way out of having to use his gift a little more. As it stands, he tries to talk him down once or twice and then gives up. Maybe he gives him an ultimatum of sorts? "You can walk away right now and thank your luck that you won't find out what I can do to you..." (Or something better-written than that.) That's about all the helpful advice I can give. Seriously keep in mind the WW. They can be harsh, but I've used them a few times and they drastically improve my stories.

The problem is that sometimes you have to be a harsh critic towards some people's stories. Por ejemplo: there was one girl who insisted on not using punctuation or spacing between sentences, I deleted the story (as it was not up to QS and the story was in the "teen goes on a rampage" cliché. She responded by posting four stories in the following hour with the exact same issues and I had to delete them all. If I had taken a harsher stance, she might have realized that if she made the improvements, she might have saved her stories from the chopping block.
As for Pathos' introduction, you might want to work it into The Man Called Pathos as opposed to posting a separate story as most people come across stories just by clicking on the random pasta button. Best of luck.
Yup, the irony is palpable. I noticed the revisions you made to the story earlier today and would just add it onto that page instead of dealing with posting it onto pastebin and then linking it to me. Let me know if you want any more assistance.

EmpyrealInvective (talk) 02:59, May 20, 2014 (UTC)

Need your help again

More Christians saying we need Jesus and stuff.

Please and Thank You! PyroGothNerd (talk) 20:25, June 4, 2014 (UTC)

I'll try to refrain from adding any more, unless you want me to. PyroGothNerd (talk) 20:29, June 4, 2014 (UTC)

Hi Raidra,

Thank you for the pointer!  It definately helps.  It's great to have people who can help out by giving advise and pointers where they are needed.  I know I still have much to learn about the craft.  Any little bit helps.  Your advise and tips (and comments) are always welcome!  I so appreciate all your help and support!  Thank you!

Awesome! I appreciate all the great advice and lessons. I wrote a lot in high school but stopped when I graduated. It wasn't until maybe a little over a year ago I came back to it after discovering Creepypasta. Reading so much inspired me once again. So, I have forgotten so much! Thank you for reminding me and teaching me. Please feel free to give more lessons anytime! I just started the third story in the series. Funny, I have yet to think of a name for the series. The next one is from Sarah's POV. Thanks for your help again. If you have any advice on this series or current or future stories, feel free!

A trick I did for ya

You can put a link to pastas, and in Source Mode, add [[ ]] and the name of the pasta inside them. That's how things will look like: The Sweeping. It's much better than a broken link :b

Jamés the chapeist Send a message to Al Chapé here! 13:38, October 25, 2014 (UTC)

Re:Stupid Lawsuits

That was hilarious, you could say their act of coitus was derailed. Have a good rest of your Halloween, I finished up the movie marathon and am getting ready to start in on the costume contest. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 03:37, November 1, 2014 (UTC)

RE: The Movie You Mentioned

Haha, that would be epic, but no, that's not the reason for revenge. Actually, that's a pretty good reason. I mean, wiping a booger on someone? That's just disrespectful in all aspects. I sense a creepypasta brewing here... hmmmm..... lol Umbrello (talk) 22:36, November 26, 2014 (UTC)

Hi Raidra.

Thanks for the advice and tips!  Don't ever think any of it is not welcome.  All of it helps.  To answer your question, yes I have added a short volume however, I jumped way ahead in the future.  It's about Sarah/Chloe.  She's grown up (age 27), single, independent and living alone in the city woriking daily at an office and writes in the evenings.  For some reason I felt the urge to skip ahead although I have started a few other volumes.  I  would like to write a short volume on every character from Summer in Texas, an update years in the future.  Currently, I'm working on a volume about the young Sheriffs Deputy Chris Priest.  His story takes place 15-17 years in the future ( 39-40 years old).  He has long since left Lytle, Joined the city P.D., made Detective, got married, had a Son and lost them both to street violence.  Everyday Chris wakes up looking for an excuse not to eat a bullet.  The only thing keeping him alive is his drive to hunt criminals.  I haven't worked in a paranormal or true horror element just yet.

The volume about Sarah/Chloe is called "Everybody Hurts".  I linked all three stories together on the bottom of each page.  Here it is nonetheless.  Thank you for your support and kindness towards my writing.  Thats so Awesome!  I'm considering adding another chapter or two to this one.  I have some new ideas.  I'm welcome to any suggestions.

another short story I wrote (not quite happy with it but I was trying a different style of writing) is

I'm always open to feedback and suggestions on improvements and possible story ideas.  Thanks again!


FYI if you would like to read what I have so far (the story on Chris Priest), I posted what little I have written in the writers workshop asking for advice.  I'd like your opinions.  Again, it's not much, just an idea, somewhere to start from.  Thank you.

Happy New Year

Hey, Raidra! I changed my profile picture! Cool, huh? Anyway, I’m hosting the New Year Blog on the Wiki this time around, so if you want to come check it out, it can be found here. Remember to bring the wine-opener thing. See you later!

Tyberzannisultra (talk) 00:28, January 1, 2015 (UTC)

Hi Raidra!

I've been working on the detective story a lot lately.  I've posted what I have so far.  I'm at 10,000 words in and the story is just starting!  I think this may stretch out into a novel by the time I'm done.  It's there for critique and review when you get a chance.  Thank you.

Fun facts

Saw you posted a prequel/sequel to your story and thought you might find this template helpful for making sure readers follow your story in chronological order.

 |prev=Pre-ceeding Story Title
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EmpyrealInvective (talk) 01:46, January 10, 2015 (UTC)

It's done!!! Posted this afternoon.

Fan Art from Tyber Zann

Hey, Raidra, it’s Tyber. So, a while back you were telling me about some characters from the Karaverse. They were in a group called the Wacky Sub Gang. Anyway, I thought that they were pretty cool, so I attempted to draw them in my own wacky style, based on the descriptions you provided. I actually finished this a while ago, but I was too busy to post it. So, here ya go.


Tyberzannisultra (talk) 00:28, January 17, 2015 (UTC)

A Little Something for Tyber Zann

I usually don’t create an advance script when I make a comic, instead deciding the overall plot and any important things I want to do in the issue (introducing characters, revealing information important to the characters and readers, etc.) and taking it from there. However, I sometimes write scripts for certain scenes I plan to have in a certain issue. Because of that, I have drafts for scenes featuring Genie and Van and/or the Wacky Sub Gang. This first one is Genie and Van’s introduction. Lou Ripken is a racketeer, but he has a moral code and is known for being dependable. Lou Ripken’s secretary addressed him over the intercom. “The applicants are here.”

“Good,” he responded. “Send them up.”

“Yes, sir.”

As he waited for the applicants to enter the office, Lou thought, “This should be interesting.”

A young woman and a tall, muscular man entered the office. “Good, morning, sir,” the woman greeted Lou.

“Good morning,” he replied. “Have a seat.”

After the two sat down in the available chairs, the woman introduced herself. “I’m Genie Paige, and this is my bodyguard…”

“…Van Rivera,” finished Lou. He turned to Van. “I’d heard a rumor that you were acting as a bodyguard to a woman who was giving you treatment. It’s true, then?”

“Yes, sir,” admitted Van.

Genie chimed in, “I’m sure you know the story. The drugs he took to increase his performance also caused health problems, created a storm cloud in his brain, and led to his banishment from baseball. When I found out about his negative state, I wanted to help him. I approached him and told him I wanted him as a bodyguard, and I could help him overcome his steroid addiction. I let him know the catch, which was…”

Lou finished her sentence again. “…that he also had to be a test subject.”

“Yes, sir.”

Van spoke up. “You…may have heard of my new nickname.”

“Yes,” admitted Lou, “some have called you ‘Subject’ because you’re subject to health problems, fits of temper, criticism, and now experimental treatment. Don’t worry. I won’t call you that.”

Van’s countenance brightened. “Thank you, sir.”

“See, Van?” asked Genie with a smile. “I told you it’d be okay.”

“You have an interesting accent, Miss Paige,” noted Lou.

“Thank you, sir,” Genie replied. “I’m from an English-American family in New Jersey. I call myself ‘Chemist’, meaning both an expert in chemistry and a British druggist. I’m an expert in making medicines and non-lethal chemical weapons.”

“Do you know The Chemical Man?”

“No, sir, but I would be glad to serve as a go-between.”


“Do you know what the universal antidote is?”

“Uh…that’s two parts powdered charcoal in the form of burnt toast, one part tannic acid in the form of strong tea, and one part milk of magnesia, right?” [This is from the first aid sections of a couple reference books I have]

“Precisely.” She handed him a manila folder. “This file documents the detoxification I had Van undergo. He’s serious about getting clean. [This is after “Van’s Nightmare”] The process included ample amounts of water, cranberry juice, and milk, and treatments with powdered activated charcoal, universal antidote, beaten egg whites with flour & water [a homemade remedy for mild poisonings], a detoxifying agent, Turkish baths, Swedish massages, and saunas, with some electro-acupuncture for good measure.” [Electro-acupuncture is acupuncture with slightly-electrified needles. Acupuncture and electro-acupuncture are sometimes used as part of the detoxifying process for drug addicts]

Lou looked up from the file in surprise and admiration. “You’re certainly thorough! Do you have him on any medicine now?”

Knowing the need for openness, Genie replied, “There’s a potion which will cause him to experience vomiting, weakness, and hallucinations if he falters and relapses, a bath for soothing sore muscles, and a gel which…helps him recover from the effects of his steroid abuse.”

Though Van appreciated Genie’s tact, he still felt uncomfortable. He looked down as he flashed back to the doctor’s appointment he had gone to months ago, before Genie had entered his life. He had sat on the other side of the desk, awaiting the doctor’s news about the damage his years of drug use had done.

“I have the results of your tests,” the doctor announced. “Your testosterone level is 147.”


“It should be between 250 and 800.”

The realization hit Van like a smack in the face. “Two-Two fifty!? And it’s only a hundred and forty-something!?” [This sounds crass, but this is actually based on a scene from Jose Canseco: The Last Shot. That was the part in the documentary that made me think, “Oh, dang!” When I decided to introduce the character I decided to channel the scene to show the state Van was in]

Lou’s voice brought Van back to the present. “I’d like to look over your files some more, but from what I’ve seen you’d be very useful. Come back at three and I’ll let you know.”

With the interview over, Genie and Van thanked and exchanged goodbyes with Lou before exiting the office. Lou watched them depart and noted to himself, “You never know what’s going to happen in life.”

Genie asked Van, “That went very well, didn’t it?”

“Mmm-hmm!” agreed Van. “I’ve got a good feeling.”

This next one has the Wacky Sub Gang after they’ve asked Genie to help them with their laughing agent. I shouldn't have to note that it starts to get weird at this point.

In the basement laboratory of the house he and Genie “Chemist” Paige shared, Van “Subject” Rivera sat unbound in the testing chair. Having already donned blindfold and mask, he placidly waited as Genie connected a tank labeled “RISO” to the fume box. [Van is still as high-spirited as he ever was, but he has a sort of blasé, “Another day, another dollar” attitude to this weirdness at this point. Since I decided that Van and Genie can communicate in Italian, I bought an Italian-English dictionary to look up words and phrases. “Riso” in this case means “Laughter”.]

As she turned on the tank, Genie instructed, “You know the drill, Van. Just breathe normally.” She turned to their three visitors and explained, “We’ll have our answer before too long. Your formula was a pretty good one. I didn’t have to do too much work.”

“Thank you just the same,” replied Nate, the leader of the trio.

Chemist took a second to drink in the compliment, then replied, “I insist you gents stay the night.”

“Why’s that?”

“The word is the Deadly Trio is planning something tonight.” [The Deadly Trio is a criminal gang that battles the heroine The White Tigress. Needless to say, they’re a lot more dangerous than the Wacky Sub Gang]

Nate and the other two had been looking confident, but suddenly they looked alarmed. “I appreciate you telling us this. Thank you.”

“Not at all.” She turned back to Subject. “Any odour or taste?”

Van reported, “There’s a very faint…lime juice scent.” He gave a cough, then added, “I-I feel kinda funny –cough!- like there’s champagne in my head.” He coughed some more, and then his face broke into a grin and he started laughing. “Hee hee hee ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!”

Study for Van Laughing

A study for the scene. The fume box is actually similar to something I saw on TV one time.

As his laughter became uncontrollable, Genie turned off the tank. She didn’t relish the next part, but it had to be done. To test him, she told him, “Listen carefully, Van. You’re a disgrace to the game and a terrible husband & man. It’s no wonder you’re twice divorced, and you should be rotting in jail right now.” As Van continued to laugh uncontrollably, she added, “By the way, if you don’t take out these guys, they’ll rob you and burn all your awards & tapes, okay?” Van, now nearly doubled over, continued his laughing fit as though she had been telling him hilarious jokes. Genie grinned and told the trio, “That’s our result. I’m going to take the mask off so he can get fresh air.” Pressing a half mask against her face with one hand, she removed the test mask with the other and told the still laughing Subject, “No hard feelings. It was just for the test.” Setting the mask on the fume box, she turned back to the trio, put down her own mask, and told them, “He’ll be worn out for a while after he stops laughing. If he were to keep inhaling the agent, he’d pass out in just a couple of minutes.”

“It’s everything we wanted,” noted Nate. He shook Chemist’s hand. “The Wacky Sub Gang thanks you for everything.”

“Not a problem.”

This last one is later on, after the Wacky Sub Gang has returned home. Loser Leaguers S.N. Fever (Yes, that is what I choose to go with) and The Bouncy Brawler are doing surveillance at an event when the Wacky Sub Gang releases the laughing agent into the area where Fever is, infecting him and others. This draft is in mid-scene, so don’t ask what Fever is replying to because I have no idea at this point. For the record, S.N. Fever and Bouncy Brawler are boyfriend and girlfriend.

S.N. Fever replied, “Well, you know me! I’m keeping ever alert!”

“Good man,” replied Bouncy Brawler dryly.

Fever continued, “Once something happens, you’ll be the –cough! cough!- first to know! –cough!-”

“Are you all right?” asked Brawler.

Fever held his head. “I’m feeling kinda woozy…lightheaded,” he reported. “It feels like Sprite bubbles are filling up –cough!- filling up my brain.” He started laughing.

“Stanley?” called Brawler. The laughter became uncontrollable. “Stanley!?” she called as her concern grew. As the laughter continued, she realized, “Oh, this is bad!” She began bouncing to Fever’s location.

So, there you go! The last two were serious in parts, but overall they were bizarre. In other words, it’s business as usual for us! I hope you liked them! I'll have to post a roster of the Loser League soon. Raidra (talk) 00:52, January 18, 2015 (UTC)

>Shows up in a blinding flash of light. Steps out of DeLorean<

I…I made it! Raidra, it’s Tyber from the future! Tyber from the past is going to promise to read and review these drafts, but he won’t get it done for two thousand years! Then he’ll show up in a time-traveling DeLorean just like this one in about two minutes! He’ll have procrastinated for two millennia, and showed up just in time to review these. It’s important that you prank this guy as hard as possible when he shows up! Act like you don’t even know him. Call him a simpleton. Make ‘im cry! Trust me; we deserve it for making you wait this long XD

>Drives away and disappears. New DeLorean shows up minutes later. Tyber steps out again<

Hey, Raidra. I have those reviews ready for you!

So, I really liked these. It’s nice to see some dialogue lines between the characters. I don’t think that there was any dialogue in Van’s Nightmare, at least not as long as these. So, that’s a good part right off the bat.

I enjoyed all three trips into the Karaverse. I especially liked the way the Brawler reacted to Stanley getting hopped up on the gas. She can be as serious and cool as possible, but I will still crack a smile at the way she gets around >boing boing boing< classic.

I also liked the commentary that you inserted into the drafts every now and then. It’s cool to see what inspired you to make certain creative choices, why you did certain things.

By the way, concerning some of the stuff that Genie said about "universal antidotes". Those recipes are real? There's...there's no way. No way xD That's awesome!

Anyway, above all I have to thank you for waiting so long for this review! I’m not going to rate these with a number, I think I’d rather leave them with two thumbs up. Nice job!

Tyberzannisultra (talk) 00:18, January 24, 2015 (UTC)

Hello, stranger! Hey, I've been late with some feedback too. I'm glad you- oh, my gosh, your shirt's on fire! ~grabs present Tyber's shirt and yanks it free from waistband~ Now it's out!

I'm glad you enjoyed your visits to the Karaverse, and the Karaverse Tourism Board thanks you for your two thumbs up! As a writer-artist I enjoy sharing with my fans - providing behind-the-scenes commentary, character information, drawings of characters, weapons, and hideouts, and whatnot. Interestingly enough, at times I've heckled my own work, too. For instance, I had an issue which spoofed the many varieties of kryptonite over the years. The villain had what appeared to be a stone, and every time it changed color it induced a different effect (chills, paralysis, uncontrollable laughter, etc.). At one point the rock turned orange, and I joked about how much it looked like a giant Chicken McNugget. I just couldn't help myself.

Though I haven't introduced her yet, The Bouncy Brawler is one of my favorite characters. The Loser League comic will be interesting because while there are some serious moments here and there, it will mainly be weird and humorous. I plan to have some funny or otherwise lighthearted moments with Genie and Van too. They just have a great relationship.

Yep, those antidotes I mentioned are real! They're supposed to be good for most household poisonings, though you should always contact the Poison Control Center to be safe, and I don't think they'd help everything (for instance, I think swallowing a chunk of radium would warrant a hospital visit). The universal antidote makes sense because charcoal is often used to prevent or neutralize poisonings, but the beaten egg whites with flour and water confused me because I thought, "Isn't that what meringue is? Are you saying you could give someone a piece of lemon meringue pie or something?" I've checked the dictionary and found that meringue is actually egg whites beaten stiff and mixed with sugar, but I still wonder.

Nurse- Here, eat this lemon meringue pie. You'll feel better.

Victim- (thinking) Oh, no, she doesn't think I'm going to make it! She's trying to put on a brave face and give me some comfort in my final hours! I can't let on that I've figured out what's happening here. (manages a smile and addresses nurse) That would be lovely. Thank you kindly, ma'am.

(Victim eats pie and gradually feels his health returning)

Victim- I...I'm feeling better! You were right! That pie helped!

Nurse (smiles)- I'm glad to hear it! Let me know if you need anything else.

Victim- (thinking) Somehow I feel like I have a bright future ahead of me, and it's all thanks to her love, tenderness, and pie.

{Curtain falls as scene ends}

Well, I've - ~notices note~ This is about the future, isn't it!? I've decided that I don't want to know ahead of time whether or not my life is saved by pie! Raidra (talk) 01:46, January 24, 2015 (UTC)

Review Request


Someone suggested I should ask for your help in reviewing this new story of mine called "The Gorgon's Smile." It is currently on the Writer's Workshp. Although it got a few positive reviews, I'm kind of worried it might get rejected on the main wikia for not being Creepypasta enough. I was wondering if you ever get the time, would you mind taking a good look at it? It's rather long, by the way.

--Mmpratt99 deviantart (talk) 02:36, January 18, 2015 (UTC)


Thank you so much for the review of my new story--"The Gorgon's Smile." I really appreciate the helpful criticism and feedback.

--Mmpratt99 deviantart (talk) 19:14, January 19, 2015 (UTC)

Review request


Just wondering, if you have the time, would you mind reading and giving some feedback on my latest pasta, For Love and Hot Chocolate?

Thanks in advance,

--Banningk1979 (talk) 03:20, January 20, 2015 (UTC)

Thank you

Thanks for the feedback.


--Banningk1979 (talk) 04:59, January 20, 2015 (UTC)


To make life a bit easier, you can set your default editor to source mode in the preferences. I am not sure why new users aren't automatically set with source mode as visual editor causes such problems. EmpyrealInvective (talk) 13:12, January 23, 2015 (UTC)

hello there

Hi there, I just wanted to know how your day was going, if you want help with ANYTHING let me know! :) Luigifan100 03:11, January 29, 2015 (UTC)

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