When I awoke this morning, I had felt some thing I had not felt in a wile, hunger. I remembered what Amigdala told me days ago, and I went to the resting place of the Kos.
I was on high alert for the huntress that day, for I had lost size and strength. When I finally found the body of the Kos, I was suprised no one had taken a bite of it. I started to feed, and when I finally got to the hart, I felt like I had fallen in the void itself and the my skull was being torne apart. When I focused all my mite to loose this pain I opend my eyes and what I saw I can only describe as infinity, endless changing going on beyond eny limits of space or time.
"The seed has bloomed" I heard a female voice say, "no, he has only lengthened his roots to the un…
It was a stormy night in Haram port city. The old Golden Tooth inn was crowded with its few regulars of half a dozen of noisy fishermen and two blabbering drunkards. The inn, like the Haram port itself, was in quite a sorry state. Its walls were dotted with holes and one of its windows was broken. Nearly one-third of the wooden floor was soaked wet by the rain swept in. On the Outside, the thunderstorm rumbled across the pointy tops of the Gothic cathedral, the wind was howling and the heavy rain bombarded the cobblestone streets with waves upon waves of bubbling sky water.
The chittering little crowd lowered their voice a bit when the heavy front door creaked slightly ajar to reveal a tall, lean, hooded figure with a large rattling wooden …
When I woke up in the chutch, I didn't know why but it felt diffrent. I could not place my finger on it. The best way I can describe it is that when I whent there for the night it felt like someone somehow stretched silence to its braking point and it was busy snapping. When I woke up it sounded like silent chanting.
I egnored it and whent on my way. I saw the huntress and I felt each shred of flesh, bone and things I can't describe warm up like when you see someone you hate, but in places where there was nothing, like the empty whole where a atomic whole be it felt like the shieness you get around someone you like. When she left I went back to that wierd place with that doll and I tryed to talk to her.
"Hello good hunter, back so soon?" Sh…
When the night of the hunt was over the woman I met, who I shall call Lillith, said she was going to be gone for an hour.
“I am sorry but the church of Oedon is having a special ceremony” she said sadly “but I think you can handle yourself for another hour right?” she was so choked up I could barely hear her “I can mom, it’s okay, enjoy” I said
I went back to where I found what I now know to be a blood licker for an earning snack. When I was done I was easily bigger than the hunters I was attacked by months ago, so in spite of wat Lillith said I went to the city once again, and I saw she was being hung, and even though I ran as fast as I could and even glided for a bit I was too late to save her. When I saw she was dead and heard a man say “…
The farthest back I can remember, I found myself in a corpse. I was inside the torso and then the rotting flesh gave way. I noticed that it was a woman, I think in her late 40s and she was hung on a tree with 21 other people, but I doubt you could call some of them “people” because one of the people had large amounts of dark hair, dark arms with claws and fangs for teeth. When I looked in the water by the tree, I saw what I looked like; dark skin, razor sharp teeth, two arms that ended in claws and a long spine reminiscent of a tail.
I felt a devastating hunger and I saw a corpse lying on the ground, I tore it to shreds, ate it all up leaving nothing behind. When I ate I grew more and more, my tail-like spine extended and soon I had legs, …
Time for the epilogue to this story. This chapter is pretty short, but it is very important. It's called "Endgame", and I hope you like it.
Logan and Brandon were still weak from almost drowning, but decided to get moving. Brandon stood up, and took a few steps to the left to collect himself. Logan was about to get up when he heard someone running towards him. He had no time to react before Sever kicked him in the face, stunning him. Brandon turned around, and reached for his revolver, but was too slow, and Sever managed to tackle him to the ground and punch him several times in the face, stunning him as well. Sever turned around and saw Logan trying to stand up, and he immediately kicked him in the face.
“What have you done?” Sever asked th…
Time for the final chapter of this story. This is definitely one of my favorite chapters that I've written. This one is called "Victory". I hope you like it.
Logan and Brandon were in position. They were on top of a tunnel that the Silent Fang’s train had to go under. They waited for three days before they spotted the train. Using a pair of binoculars given to him by the Bretonnians, Brandon was able to confirm that Sever was in the first cart of the train, now wearing a proper Silent Fang officer’s uniform.
“I see him!” Brandon said to his brother. “Let’s get ready to jump!”
He and Logan got up from their crouching position, and prepared to board the train. Logan took the scope off of his rifle, and, using a piece of string, tied it to his r…
Time for chapter 12. This is far and away the shortest chapter in this story. This one is called "Setting the Ambush". Enjoy.
Logan and Brandon had been riding in the dark for almost three hours before they saw any sign of life. They eventually ran into General Gates’ army, which was camped on the side of the road for the night, with a watchman on both sides of the road. Logan stopped the cart, and Gates himself approached them.
“I see you two disobeyed your superior’s order”, Gates said. “I hate a soldier who disobeys orders.”
“We’re willing to do whatever it takes to end this war”, Brandon said. “Ragnar is not.”
“I liked y’all’s plan”, Gates said. “You shouldn’t have to do this alone. We’ll help you two.”
“Thank you, sir”, Logan said.
Sorry for the long wait on this one. I've been having computer problems. I'm going to finish this story this week, I promise. This chapter is called "Aftermath". Enjoy.
Gideon made it back to base with the wounded and unconscious Brandon. One of the gate guards helped Gideon bring Brandon to the Blood Brothers’ makeshift infirmary. As Brandon was getting treated, Gideon ordered two soldiers to go retrieve Brandon’s horse from outside the cave where he was attacked. Gideon stayed by Brandon’s side for the next hour.
Eventually, Logan and Deacon arrived, still in their ghillie suits, aboard the machine gun carriage they had stolen from the Silent Fang. They were escorted by a guard to the tent where Brandon was, and Logan was devastated when h…
Time for chapter 10. This one takes place pretty much at the same time as the previous one. This chapter is called "Silence". Enjoy.
While Logan and Deacon were taking care of the Silent Fang’s last base, Brandon and Gideon were sent on a personal request from Ragnar to retrieve something he had left in a chest in some cave, with Gideon carrying Logan’s rifle, having lent Logan his crossbow, and Brandon carrying his own rifle. It only took them 10 minutes to travel there by horse from the base, and it was around midnight when they arrived. They dismounted their horses, and tied them to a nearby tree that had fallen down. They saw Sever sitting on a rock outside the cave, smoking a cigar, with a hand lantern lit on his belt. He appeared to h…
This is the point where this story really starts to turn into Call of Duty. I'm not ashamed to admit that. This chapter is called "A Ghillie in the Night". Personally, I like it. I hope you do too.
It was around midnight as Deacon and Logan were in position, waiting for their eyes to adjust to the darkness. They were ready to infiltrate the Silent Fang’s base.
“Here’s the plan”, Deacon said. “We infiltrate the base, eliminating any enemies we come across while remaining undetected, and make our way to the headquarters. Once there, we find the commanding officer, and see if we can get any useful information out of him. After that, we clean up, and look for some transportation. You okay with that plan?”
“Sounds like a pretty decent plan to me”,…
Time for chapter 8. This is a longer one. This one is called "The Plan". I hope you like it.
Gideon, Logan, Brandon, Deacon, and Sever arrived at Arminius’ Silver Palace in Ancrya. It was a large, white, three story building decorated with several red banners and flowers. It also appeared to have a smaller, separate building attached to it on the right side.
The five men entered the building. It was similarly decorated on the inside, and was filled to the brim with attractive women wearing revealing outfits.
“Logan”, Brandon said. “Cover your eyes.”
“Shut up, Brandon”, Logan said.
Suddenly the five of them were approached by an attractive, young, red-headed woman, who appeared to be the head mistress of the establishment.
“Well”, she said. “It’s…
Writer's block is a bitch.
Over the next year, Gideon, Deacon, Logan, Brandon, and Sever led the Brotherhood of Blood to many victories against the Silent Fang. The entire Southern Bretonnian regiment of the Silent Fang was brought down to just one final headquarters, with all of the others now under the control of the Brotherhood of Blood. The Brotherhood’s forces grew significantly, and they eventually outnumbered the Silent Fang.
After the first year, Logan, Brandon, Gideon, Deacon, and Sever all had long, scraggly hair and beards. All of them except Sever, who still refused to officially join the Blood Brothers, now sported Veteran patches. They all obtained several scars, showing that they were hardened soldiers now.
Gideon was made thir…
Like I said, the next chapter is out the day after I posted the previous one. This one contains the first of many action scenes in this story. After this chapter, there's going to be 7 more chapters and an epilogue. This one is called "The First Battle". Enjoy.
The Draconis brothers awoke the next day, and immediately went to report to Ragnar. When they got there, Ragnar, Vlad, Deacon, Gideon, Marcus, and Sever were in the middle of a conversation, which promptly ended when they noticed Logan and Brandon come in. Ragnar then stood up.
“Everyone’s here now”, Ragnar said. “Sever here has revealed to me some vital information. Sever, would you mind fighting with us?”
“I love a good fight”, Sever said. “I will fight with you. But I will not be we…
Time for chapter 5. This one is one of the longer chapters in this story. This chapter introduced the last main character in this story. This one is called "Young Blood". Enjoy.
There is a reference to one of my favorite bands in this chapter. The first person to comment on it is officially my second favorite person on this wiki.
Logan and Brandon were woken up early in the morning by Gideon. It appeared to be around 5 A.M., since it was still dark.
“Rise and shine, you two”, Gideon said. “Vlad has an assignment for you two.”
“Why so early?” Logan asked as he stood up.
“Vlad has a very important assignment for you two”, Gideon said. “It’s just like what I had to do when I first joined. I’ve only been in this organization for about a week, and I…
Time for chapter 4. This is the point where this story really starts to take off. This chapter is mainly exposition, but, personally, I like it. It's one of the longer chapters I've written, so be prepared to do a lot of reading. You also meet the fourth main character in this chapter. This one of called "The Brotherhood of Blood". Enjoy.
Logan and Brandon decided to travel light. They didn’t bring any extra clothes except pajamas. They brought several weapons each, and Logan brought a few books, but other than that, they didn’t pack anything else. They each had a horse, Logan’s being white, and Brandon’s being brown, which they mounted, and began heading North, towards the Bretonnia-Yharnam border.
When they got there, they made it to a sma…
Time for chapter 3. This chapter is pretty short, but it is very important to the plot. The next chapter is when the story really started to take off. This chapter is called "The New Blood". Enjoy.
You meet a character in this story whose last name should sound familiar. That is because he is a descendant of a character in my previous two fanfictions.
Gideon and Marcus led Logan and Brandon back to Yharnam, and went to the Green Dragon inn. It was a weekday, so it was very crowded. In the far left corner of the bar sat a man wearing a similar uniform to Gideon and Marcus. He appeared to be in about his mid thirties, and was reading a newspaper, and drinking a glass of brandy. Gideon led the other three towards him. When he noticed the group,…
Time for chapter two. In this chapter, you meet the third of five main characters in this story. This one is called "Blood of the Wolf". Enjoy.
The day after visiting their father’s grave, Logan and Brandon got up, and got ready to go about their daily lives. Logan, who was generally an early riser, was woken up by his alarm clock at 6:00 A.M. He immediately got up, and went to get dressed. His favorite outfit that he had was modelled after the old attire worn by the outfit worn by Harold Jenkins. It consisted of a large black trench coat that went down to his knees. He wore it open, which revealed a red interior. Under the coat, he wore a standard, black button down shirt. Over the coat he wore a long, hooded, black cape that nearly went d…
Time for the first proper chapter in 'Angels & Demons: The Unholy Ones'. This one is called "Remember the Fallen". Enjoy.
It was a typical day in Yharnam, bright and sunny outside. It was in the fall, and the air was nice and cool.
It was about the middle of the afternoon as two men were making their way up a large hill. The one in the lead was fairly tall, devilishly handsome, had long blonde hair, was light skinned, had a decently grown beard, and was carrying a map. The other one was average height, muscular, also handsome, had black hair pulled back into a ponytail, brown skin, no facial hair, and was carrying a hiking stick.
“Logan”, the blonde one said. “We’re almost there.”
“Right behind you, Brandon”, Logan said.
A few minutes later, Lo…
After finishing 'The Betrayal' duology, it's time for a new fanfiction series. This one, as you can see, is called 'Angels & Demons: The Unholy Ones', and it's the first part of a fanfiction trilogy that acts as a sequel to 'The Story of Harold Jenkins'. This one is going to be very different from every other fanfiction on this wiki, since this one actually takes place 75 years after Harold Jenkins' story, and thus, there have been a lot of technological advances in the world of this story. This story will abandon the Victorian setting, and move to a World War I style setting, and will feature more modern technology like bolt-action rifles, sniper rifles, machine guns, frag grenades, revolvers, ghillie suits, and trains.
This is the prologu…
This is the epilogue of The Betrayal: Act II. This is my first story to feature a proper epilogue since The Final Chapter, since Sins of the Father, Wrath of the Bloody Crow, and The Betrayal: Act I didn't have one. This epilogue isn't meant to be taken seriously. It's basically nothing but a little Easter Egg. This one is called "The End".
“And that’s my story”, I said to Grace, my only female student, who was currently in bed with me. “What did you think?”
“Sounds like you’ve had a tough life”, she said.
“I have”, I said. “And life probably has more in store for me.”
“Life is full of surprises”, she said. “Want to go again?”
“You don’t even have to ask”, I said as I smiled.
Thanks for reading The Betrayal: Act II. I hope you enjoyed this story. Tell …
Time for the last chapter in The Betrayal: Act II. I've loved working on this story, but I do think that, like The Betrayal: Act I, I made it too slow. My next stories will definitely come out faster. Anyway, this chapter is definitely one of my favorites in this story, along side the previous chapter, and chapter 4. This one is called "At Peace". I hope you like it. Here you go.
I was sentenced to 2 years in prison. I knew that I got arrested for assaulting Alfred, but I wasn’t sure if killing Mark and Djura was factored into that, though it likely was.
My prison uniform consisted of white and black striped pants, an orange, long-sleeved shirt, black boots, black beanie, and black fingerless gloves. I was placed in a single-person cell with n…
This is the penultimate chapter of The Betrayal: Act II. This chapter is called "Here Comes Revenge". Enjoy.
I made it to Alfred’s house at 3:00 A.M. It was a fairly nice two story house. It wasn’t anything really special, but I’d definitely seen worse before.
I slowly walked towards the front door. I felt like someone was watching me, but when I looked around, there was no one in the area.
As I knocked on the door with my left hand, I drew my dagger with my right hand, and held it behind my back. A butler answered the door, and was lucky to not have gotten stabbed in the face.
“Can I help you, sir?” he asked.
“I’m here to see Alfred”, I responded.
“I’ll have to go ask him if I can let you in”, he said before closing the door and walking away. I …
Time for the 3rd to last chapter in this story. This one is called "Endgame". I hope you like it.
There's actually a cool little reference in this story.
Jason and I made our way to Derrick’s farm, which I had learned the location of during my time in hiding. It was roughly halfway between the Fishing Hamlet and Yharnam. We had actually passed it on my first trip there. Since it was after midnight, we had hoped that he was going to be asleep, and that we’d be able to kill him without him putting up a fight.
We arrived at Derrick’s farm at around 1:30, and saw that he was out and about. One of the three mercenaries was with him. Jason and I quickly went prone so that they wouldn’t see us.
“How do you want to go about this?” Jason asked quietly. …
As promised, this is the third chapter I published today. This one is called "Revival". I hope you like it.
I was very surprised when I woke up and saw Jason standing over me. I couldn’t tell where I was. How did I survive?
“Welcome back, Nathan”, Jason said.
I sat up, and realized that I was at the Fishing Hamlet. “Jason?” I asked. “How did I get here?”
“Your friend brought you here”, said a woman behind me. I turned around, and saw that it was Carmilla, the woman who Mark, Derrick, Jason, and I had helped before I had gone into hiding. “You were minutes away from dying. I healed you. You’re going to be okay."
“I guess I owe you my life”, I said.
“Consider this a reward”, she said. “I never gave you my thanks for helping this village.”
Scratch that. I'm going to release chapter 4 less than an hour chapter 3. This is where this story really starts to get interesting. This is easily one of the darkest chapters I've ever written, which, considering some of my previous work, might be hard to believe. This chapter introduces the main antagonist of this story. It's actually a character from The Betrayal: Act I. This chapter is called "The Tragedy". Enjoy.
Cynthia and I were interrupted by a noise coming from the living room, and we both got up. I put on my pants and jacket, and looked at my pocket watch. It was 11:50 P.M. I moved towards the door.
“Stay here”, I whispered.
I exited the bedroom quietly, and went into the kitchen. I walked over to the sink, which was full, even thou…
Chapter 3 time. Today, I'm going to spoil you. I'm going to publish three chapters today. That is a promise. This one is called "Unholy Night". I hope you like it.
I got up after making love to Iosefka. I put my hood on, and was about to leave, but she grabbed my hand.
“You know, I could help you with that burn mark if you want”, she said.
“I’m fine”, I responded. “Thank you, though.”
“Farewell”, she said as I left.
My whole encounter with Iosefka lasted about 4 hours. It was now 8:45 P.M., and I decided to head back to Jason and I’s favorite tavern to get a drink. Instead of sitting at the table he and I usually sat at, I decided to sit at the bar. I ordered a bottle of vodka, and took my hood off.
After a few minutes, I heard the sounds of a w…
Now that I'm done with my third semester of college, I'll be able to start writing more chapters. This one is called "The Fugitive". I hope you like it.
After speaking with Jason, I exited the tavern. I took out my pocket watch, and saw that I had spoken with Jason for around an hour. I put my hood back on, and went for a walk through town. The first place that I decided to go to was the infamous Tomb of Oedon, where Mark and Djura were buried. I decided that now was a good time to pay my respects. I had regrets about what I had done, but I knew that it was in the past, and that there was nothing that I could do about it now.
I made it to the tomb after a 30 minute walk, and saw that no one was there except me. This is perfect, I thought to m…
To be honest, I didn't think that I was going to be making two fanficitons, yet here I am with my twenty second. This one is called The Betrayal: Act II, which, as you can tell by the title, is the sequel to The Betrayal: Act I. This chapter is called "Unmasked", since Nathan spends about 90% of this story without his mask on. I think it's also worth noting that, aside from the very last chapter, this entire story takes place in less than 24 hours. I hope you like it.
Like I did with Antal in Wrath of the Bloody Crow, I'm going to be taking a character from the game, give them a buff to make them stronger, and make them the main antagonist of this story. In fact, it's a character that appeared in The Betrayal: Act I.
It had been 10 days since I k…
The Lancer: Before we begin today’s lesson, I have to say welcome back to Patrick, who has been in the hospital for the past 2 weeks after I shot him in the head.
Patrick: I’m not very happy about that.
Daniel: How are you alive? You got shot in the face.
The Lancer: I designed this special type of bullet that appears to kill someone, but doesn’t. It just knocks you the fuck out.
Fredrick: How does that even work?
The Lancer: I could tell you, but then I’d have to kill you.
The Lancer: Because I fucking said so! And it’s a secret. I’ve never told anybody. Not even my best friend, who I haven’t seen in a long time.
Grace: What’s today’s lesson on?
The Lancer: Right. Today, I’m going to be teaching you how to not be an idiot, because b…
Like I did with 'The Story of Harold Jenkins', I'm doing a quiz about 'The Betrayal: Act I' to see if people actually read it. Honestly, though, I don't think anyone actually read the whole thing, so I'm going to just give the answers when I first post this. There are going to be 10 questions
1. Who does Nathan owe money to?
A. A banker
B. A mortician
C. A corrupt town watchman
D. A politician
2. Who is the only member of Djura's crew who doesn't speak?
3. Which of the following isn't killed/abandoned in the dungeon?
4. Who is the only person to always refer to Nathan by his first name?
D. None of the above
5. Who is the only character to directly kill anoth…
This is the last chapter in The Betrayal: Act I. This one is called "The Confrontation". I hope you like it.
I climbed out of the hole that Djura had kicked me into, and began heading towards where I knew that he was going: Old Yharnam. I decided to move through alleyways, since I was less likely to be seen.
When I was about halfway to Old Yharnam, I encountered Jason, who seemed surprised to see me. I kept my head down so that he wouldn’t see the damage done to my mask.
“Sakharine, you’re alive?!” he asked.
“You thought I was dead?” I asked in return.
“I ran into Djura, and he told me he had killed you”, he said.
“I got lucky”, I said.
“You could say tha...” he said before pausing, and squinting his eyes. “Would you mind lifting your head up?”
Time for chapter 11. This one is pretty interesting. This chapter is called "The Betrayal", and is the penultimate chapter of The Betrayal: Act I. I think this one is pretty neat, and has another decent plot twist at the end. It's also not nearly as long as the previous two chapters. I hope you like it.
After killing Mark, I ran non-stop all the way from his home to Jason’s house. I got several odd looks from other people as I was passing by them, but I didn’t care. Djura was going to be out of town for the day, but I knew that he was going to find his son’s body eventually.
When I had made it to Jason’s house, I was panting as I knocked on the door violently. Not long afterwards, Cynthia opened the door.
“Hey, Nathan”, she said. “Are you okay…
Time for chapter 10. This one is almost as long as the previous chapter. This one is called "Checkmate". This is a very interesting chapter. This one contains 2 monologues from Nathan, you find out what happened between him and the mortician's daughter, and there is a pretty neat plot twist at the end. I hope you enjoy it.
After arriving back in Yharnam from the fishing hamlet, I immediately limped myself all the way to the hospital. I got it fixed, free of charge for some reason, and was out of there in less than an hour.
I decided to go visit Djura at his place in Old Yharnam, since I didn’t really have anything better to do with my time. He was at the same place where I had first met him, in the Old Yharnam chapel. He seemed to be lost in…
Here's chapter 9. I'm going to start posting a new chapter every Thursday and Sunday. I want to finish this story this month. This chapter is called "The Fishing Hamlet", and has beaten chapter 6's record as my longest chapter, with 1896 words. I hope you like it, and sorry if it is too long for you.
Mark, Derrick, Jason, and I arrived at the small fishing hamlet that we were called to after a 4 hour horseback ride. The place looked extremely run down, messy, and gloomy. The buildings seemed to be in very poor condition, and there weren’t many people out. We only saw a small family, consisting of a mother and two daughters, standing on the outskirts of the town. I knew that they were the ones that had sent out for us.
We dismounted our horse…
Sorry about the long wait on this one. School has been taking up a lot of my time. This chapter is called "The Next Assignment". I hope you enjoy it.
As I was returning home after visiting Jason, I heard a courier shouting my last name. I turned toward him, and he gave me a letter. I looked at the envelope, and saw that it was from Djura. I opened it, and saw that it was offering me another job.
I am very satisfied with how you performed on our last assignment together. I received a request for help from a fishing village about 30 miles from Yharnam. I have other things to take care of, so my son Mark will take care of it. If you would like to be a part of it, then meet Mark at noon tomorrow at the same place where we first …
I said on my 'punisher's gauntlet' weapon idea that I wanted to make an arcane weapon, too. Looking back over my idea for the punisher's gauntlet, it definately leaned more toward strength bloodtinge rather than quality bloodtinge (hey. i'm not complaining. less stats to put in skill means more I can put in vitality), so I decided to keep it even and make this more of a skill arcane weapon.
The untransformed version is unimpressive, a small knife in your right hand. Nothing ornate or special. It's smaller than the blades of mercy, with a straight blade and no engraving. Originally, this wasn't even a weapon. It was a knife used to maintain and prune the lumenwood flowers in the upper cathedral ward and the research hall. It's attacks are si…
I decided to have another go at bloodborne (what's this, number 200,000?). I decided to go for a bloodtinge build, since I rarely go for those. I couldn't really decide on a weapon. there are so many choices. You have the Bloodletter and the Chikage. I guess you could consider the reiterpallasch, bowblade and rifle spear, but that's only for the projectiles, which isn't really that reliable with only 20 bullets before you need to resort to self harm for reloads. I eventually decided on the bloodletter, but we need more bloodtinge weapons. We're spoiled for choice in terms of strength or dexterity weapons, but arcane and bloodtinge are lacking.
Anyway, onto the actual title of the post, I decided to come back and design a new bloodtinge wea…
Chapter 7 time. This is one is called "Home Again". I think this chapter is pretty funny. I hope you enjoy it.
I returned home with my new beast pet, and put her in a cage in my basement, which I had decorated with a few blankets for her to sleep on. I fed her some meat that I had lying around, and crouched down outside of the cage while she ate it.
“Why were you hiding in that coffin?” I asked, even though I knew she wouldn’t be able to speak to me. “You were hiding from that creature, weren’t you?”
I then went upstairs, took my torn up, hole covered coat out of my satchel, and threw it on the ground while I muttered “that was my favorite jacket”. I went into my closet, and got one of my other trench coats, which was similar to my now-ruined…
So I'm on my 4th-ish playthrough of the game after putting it down for almost a year, it's come to this point again. I at least waited until I had my Reaper of Cainhurst moniker locked down: Cainhurst helmet, gauntlets, and greaves with the charred Hunter garb, paired with the chikage +3. I completely forgot about his use of a repairing pistol, because that's just about the only reason he's killed me so far. I'm pretty quick at jumping in and out to get a few hits, and the health drop from his chikage always helps, but I've been not-so-gently reminded that he's still a major pain in the ass, but a fun one at that. If any of you have some tips to help, that'd be great, just thought I'd make a post now that I'm back on the wiki.
Now is time for chapter 6 of this story. This is probably the longest chapter that I've ever written. This one is called "The Journey Ends". I hope you enjoy it.
After Ian’s death, we set out to avenge him. We began heading down the same path that the creature went down, and were moving quickly, since we wanted to kill it, and get out of here. Djura was in the lead, with Cynthia not far behind him, but my fat self was a decent distance behind them. Suddenly, we ran into Alfred, Yurie, and Mark, who seemed surprised to see us.
“Well”, Alfred said. “I wasn’t expecting to run into you guys. Where’s the other guy?”
“Dead”, Djura responded. “We’re going after the thing that did it. Will you three join us?”
“Of course”, Alfred responded. “You know m…
Time for chapter 5. This one is called "The Creature". I hope you like it.
Djura, Cynthia, Ian, and I continued on in the dungeon. It was quiet. Too quiet. It seemed too good to be true. We continued following the bloody footprints, hoping to find something. So far, we had not seen a single living thing in the dungeon.
Suddenly, after several minutes of nothing happening, we heard something moving close by. Djura gestured for us all to stop, and we did, then crouched down, and started moving slowly, which the rest of us did as well. We snuck up to a nearby doorway, and looked through it. There, we saw the creature. It was a hunchbacked, bipedal beast with thick, dark gray fur, a wolf-like head, big, pointy ears, humanoid hands and feet with …
Sorry for the 3 week wait on this one. This chapter is called "An Enemy Awaits", which I think is one of my better chapter titles. I hope you like it.
We had arrived at the Loran Chalice, and it was unlike anything any of us had ever seen. It was absolutely massive. I saw a total of 17 different paths away from the room we had first arrived in. The entire place was made of bricks, it was two stories with a few ladder leading up to the second level, and looked as if no one had been there in ages, since there were cobwebs and dust everywhere. There was also a gate on the wall leading to a large tunnel on the wall opposite of where we came in. All of us were impressed by it except Djura and Mark, who acted like it was nothing they hadn’t seen …
Time for chapter 3. I'm going to try to pick up the pace on writing this story. This chapter is called "The Journey". I hope you enjoy it.
As everyone prepared for the journey that lay ahead, I needed to ask Djura something.
“How long is the journey gonna be?” I asked him.
“It should be about a day or two at most. Why?” he answered.
“Just curious,” I responded.
“Very well,” he replied. “Everyone! Time to move out!”
Our group of ten all proceeded outside of the western walls of Yharnam, where Djura had prepared a horse for everyone. Mine was solid black. Everyone mounted their horses, and we rode off.
The first day of the journey was relatively uneventful. It just consisted of riding on horseback, occasionally seeing birds and other wildlife. I al…
This is my weapon idea, layed out basically like a standard weapon page.
The Beast Blades are a trick weapon in Bloodborne.
The Beast Blades are brutal twin blades strapped to the hunter's arms, with two extra blades strapped to the back. They are thick and extend about a foot past the hunter's hands. Their serrated edge gives bonus damage to beast enemies, but they do not permit firearm use. To transform the Beast Blades, the hunter swings his arms back and snaps the extra blades into place on his arms. The transformed beast blades protrude further backwards off the elbow than forward off the hands: thus, turning around to attack grants better range.
Untransformed Beast Blades excel in quick, short-ranged slashes and jabs, similar to the Bla…
Time for chapter 2. Sorry for the wait on this one. I'm just lazy. This one is called "Recruitment", and is purely an expositional chapter. Regardless, I hope you like it.
The day had come. I headed back to Old Yharnam, where I was going to meet Djura and the rest of his crew, and then our journey would begin. Once I got to where Jason and I had first met Djura, I could see that everyone was there except Jason and the person that he was bringing along with him. Djura greeted me, and introduced me to the other 6 people.
First, there was Djura’s son, Mark. He was the tallest member of the crew by far, at a height of 6’4”, beating his father, who was half an inch shorter, and myself, who was an inch shorter. He had a rather glorious mane of bla…
After a nearly 2 year fanfiction hiatus, I'm back. It's been a long time since I've done one of these. I did start remastering 'The Fallen Lancer', but I never got around to doing the last 4 chapters yet. This story is called 'The Betrayal: Act I', which is the first of a 2 part story about The Lancer from my series, The Lancer's Bloodborne Academy. You learn his real name in this chapter, because obviously his first name isn't "The" and his last name isn't "Lancer". This chapter is called "An Unpaid Debt". I hope you enjoy it.
I looked at myself in the mirror, and I looked like an absolute train wreck. My hair was long and messy, I had gotten slightly pudgy, and I was getting out of shape. Laziness had gotten the better of me. It was very …
I'm not even going to bother putting up he warning this time... I am convinced no one actually likes this thing. It is so incomprehensibly boring! What was it I said about the rifle spear? "It's a metal stick that turns into... a longer metal stick!". The church pick is the same, but if the spear part bent and you took out the rifle... you know, the best part of the rifle spear! This thing may be in need of the most drastic redesign I've done yet!
Ok, what are the faults with the church pick? First of all, It is in the DLC, where it's competition is a moonlight greatsword that shoots lasers, A hammer that causes explosions, a tentacle... thing and a buzzsaw on a stick. This thing needs to stand out more, so it needs to not be like any other…
Oh... fuck yeah. I've been wanting to do this one for while!
!!!WARNING. tHE FOLLOWING CONTAINS OPINIONS, NEW IDEAS AND CHANGES. READER DISGRESSION IS ADVISED!!!
The tonitrus. The weapon people used when they kept getting one shot by Rom. This was once, a long time ago, one of my favourite weapons. They were simpler times, and I was a simpler man. "A weapon that doesn't change and just gets an elemental buff so I don't have to learn a second moveset? count me in!". That may have worked in 2016, FromSoftware, but I have learned, and like the old ones that have been beaten with this thing, my brain has developed and bloated into a horrifying glob of tentacles and ooze! You can't hide how lazy your designers were when they made this anymore. Yo…