pewdiepie: A Special Thanks(WARNING: general horror)pewdiepie: A Special Thanks by l1k3gh0sts
I switched my computer on with an excited smile. Pewds was supposed to drop a new video today on a new horror game. It was supposed to be really scary and I was itching for a good laugh. I loved how easily Pewds freaked out even if I was usually screaming with him.
I opened my web browser and made my way to his actual website. It didn't do me any good to watch it directly on YouTube, not if I wanted to leave a comment anyway. Once I got the page open though I was a bit confused. The site looked different. It only had one video on screen that was simply titled 'A Special Thanks'. Well it would be worth watching one way or another. I clicked play and the video automatically switched to full screen. It was weird though. The room around Pewds was strangely dark and he seemed to be standing behind what looked to be a person sitting in front of a computer. The person was hidden behind the monitor and the little light that came from it only added creepy shadows to hi
pewdiepie: One More Game(WARNING: general horror)pewdiepie: One More Game by l1k3gh0sts
Pewds watched the screen nervously as he adjusted his headset a bit. Nothing was more unnerving than a game without music. You never knew what was coming next and it was enough to keep him on edge. He paced through a doorway quickly hoping to get past this part without any major jump scares. This was going to be the death of him yet. It was nice to make the fans happy but this was taking years off his life. He could feel it.
"Alright bros we just gotta find the exit." He was doing his best to keep making commentary even though it took everything he had to remember where he had been previously.
"Jennifer! What are you doing here!?" He barked out in an effort to keep himself calm. It wasn't working very well. The darkness of the room around him only added to his anxiety. He was about to say something but a soft muffled noise made him pause. It was clearly not from the game considering everything on the headset was perfectly clear.
He pulled his headphones off fo
SnowAn excerpt from Book III of "The Kentauride"Snow by 914four
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