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Meeting Evil

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 8, 2014


    A black cat, with a piece of leather stretched above his face, walks in. His voice was metallic and absolutely compassionless. "When is this.... thing?"

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 28, 2014

    ┬┐Evil Truce of the New Moon┬┐

    On the night before the new moon, when the silver moon is but a slender claw in the sky, shadowy cats start to carefully slink toward an ancient abandoned twoleg den.The overgrown garden is surrounded by ivy-colored brick walls that are easily scaled by the cats approaching.An old porch is where most cats gather,but some cautiously venture inside the old rickety den to find a place to nest for the night.A few cats head for an old shed,where cats sit and hunt by an old monster.Yowling comes from there. A few scared cats huddle in a basement,whilest a fierce looking cat guards the enterance.This is a place where few goodhearted cats venture.The next night,at moonrise,the dark cats meet on the porch,sharing their plots and plans. Shaky light revealing their true forms is found only the moonlit nights,when cats stay to form alliances.A twisted tree marks where new members and ranks are inducted into the groups.Pad in for a while,explore,and join the blood's flow...IF you are brave enough not to turn away,but make your first kill...---Killclaw-Only post over this if you have a map, and one person only.Explore the area...but come back to the porch when it is shall learn as you move along.../•Killclaw*/

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 22, 2010

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