This Isn't Over is the epilogue of my fourteenth fanfiction, "The Stage". This story has been very fun to make. I hope that you've liked it as much as I have. This epilogue is short, but still really good. Let's kick this shit off.
This is my first third person chapter since "The End of the Shadow". This epilogue is mainly showing what the characters are doing after the previous chapter.
The shots fired at the crossroad were heard for miles. The Reapers moved in to confirm that Harold was dead. They needed to know if he had Met the Reaper.
Pale was in the chapel at Fort Wellington, sitting in Harold's chair, and holding the gavel in her hand. She couldn't stop thinking about her new responsibilities. She was proud to be the new Nameless La…
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The Stage is the ninth and final chapter of my fourteenth fanfiction, "The Stage". There will be an epilogue after this chapter. This is, without a doubt, one of my best chapters. It's definitely in the top ten or fifteen. This is also pretty sad. I hope you like this absolute masterpiece.
This chapter is pretty short, but still really amazing. Harold does something that people are probably not going to like towards the beginning of the chapter. Just so you're warned. There is also an amazing twist at the end. Everything about this chapter is so good.
I got out of bed, and went into the secret room of my house. I got a gift for Pale, and stuffed it into my satchel. I slung my Rifle Spear over my back, then left the house. There were a few …
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A Banner of Iron is the eighth and penultimate chapter of my fourteenth fanfiction, "The Stage". I originally planned on having 10 chapters, but there are now going to be nine, not including the prologue and epilogue. The ending of this chapter is very emotional. I want to say in advance: Prepare to Cry.
I left Ancrya, and returned home. When I got home, Henriett was crying. She ran up to me, and gave me a hug. I hugged her back, and tried to calm her down.
Henriett: This can't be happening, Harold. I don't want to lose you.
Harold: I'm sorry. But I'm powerless to change this.
Henriett: There has to be another way.
Harold: There is no other way.
She backed up a few steps, and wiped the tears from her eyes. I put my hands on both of her sho…
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Corruption is the seventh chapter of my fourteenth fanfiction, "The Stage". This chapter is very interesting. I hope you like it.
This is going to be the only chapter in this story that has a stage in it. If you consider the place where strippers perform a stage, that is.
After getting healed, I went to the fort. No one was there except for Hajvarr and Arminius. They both needed to talk to me, so we went to the chapel. I told them that I was no longer losing my shit, and that I was going to fix the current situation.
Arminius: I don't think that you have enough time to fix this, Harold.
Hajvarr: Neither do I. You really fucked this up.
Harold: I know. Do you two have any ideas?
They both thought for a minute.
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First of all, I'd just like to say that this might be my last chapter on this wiki. But, I'm going to attempt to create my own website. I'll put the rest of my chapter there. Probably.
Forsaken Castle Cainhurst, 20 A.P.
The carriage arrived at Van Helsing's home, Castle Cainhurst. Van Helsing helped Eleanor get inside, walking past Van Helsing's guard Bloodlickers. All of the denizens seemed to listen to him, from the Bloodlickers to the Bound Widows, to the bat-men. He brought her to a room with a fireplace, sofa, and a lush bed. "You can rest here for as long as you'd like child." Van Helsing said to Eleanor, who was still cradling James's Top Hat. He had always let her wear it when she was younger. She thanked Helsing, then asked for some…Read more >
A Cure for Madness is the sixth chapter of my fourteenth fanfiction, "The Stage". This chapter is going to be pretty short, but is still very important. The title definitely gives away what happens. I hope you like this chapter. I'm not sure if this chapter is very accurate, but it might be.
There were a lot of ridiculous predictions on how Harold gets cured in the comments of the last chapter, so this chapter will prove every single one of those predictions false.
I decided to take Henriett's advice, and went to the Healing Church for help. They were the only one's who could help me. I went to the clinic, and asked the doctors there for help. I was then brought to a room with a bunch of medical equipment, and was told to sit on a table. I…
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The Red Island was once a haven for those feel tired of the weeks on the sea and those who were wanted by the royal navy. The island piers were always full of ships that were either refilling water, food, cannon balls, or hiring sailors, or striking shady business. Everything here was for sale: slaves, looted goods, inns, wh*res, and even the governor position.Read more >
However, there were good chaps on the island, too. They worked mostly on the wet docks. I could still remember exactly how the South wet dock once was. The dock was full of fishing ships, which were in turn filled with marlin and tuna and all sort of other seafood. The fish was sold in baskets right on the wet dock where housewives made bargains on and the rest went to local who prod…
The Lancer's Nightmare is the fifth chapter of my fourteenth fanfiction, "The Stage". This chapter might not be as good as the previous chapters, but it is still really good. In this chapter, Harold starts having nightmares (hence the title), and his visions cause him to do some really messed up things. This chapter shares a few similarities with "Thracian Sky" from "The Fallen Lancer". I hope you like this chapter.
After Ptolemy had built his precious asylum, I could tell that his Reapers had questionable loyalty. I don't think that they truly approved of the asylum. I didn't blame them. Ptolemy seemed to be completely obsessed with it, which wasn't good. This worried me, but I had more important things on my mind. I had to figure out how…
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Eleanor turned around, and faced the man with the accent. He was wearing a navy blue trench coat, as well as Hunter gloves and trousers. Covering his face were a pair of goggles and a cap. He waited a while then said, "I knew your father. I was one of his hunters. He was good man. He did not deserve the fate he got. But that's life." Eleanor swallowed and said, "Who are you?" The man performed a bow while saying, "I am Zhukov Karlosky. It is pleasure to meet daughter of Doctor Plague." Eleanor eyed her Bowblade and thought about her chances against this man. He had killed a good amount of the Iron Reapers, all by himself. But he had probably suprised them. She had a chance. She quickly transformed her Bowblade and fired an arrow at Zhukov,…Read more >
Asylum is the fourth chapter of my fourteenth fanfiction, "The Stage". This chapter is not going to be as good as the previous chapter, but it is still really good. I'm also introducing a few new characters. I hope you like this chapter.
After telling Pale about what happened with Eli, I went to the chapel to collect my thoughts. Ptolemy joined me. He seemed very angry. I didn't blame him.
Ptolemy: What the fuck is wrong with you, Harold?!
Harold: Hmmm, let me think...., uh, everything.
Ptolemy: You know the rules. Hell, you're the one who made the god damn rules!
Harold: I know. Our argument got out of hand.
Ptolemy: Yeah, it sure fucking did!
Harold: The vote has to wait. We have a lot to do before that can happen.
Ptolemy: (Heavy sigh) …
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Wrath of the Lancer is the third chapter of my fourteenth fanfiction, "The Stage". This is, by far, the most key chapter in this entire story. Harold fucks up really bad in this chapter. I hope you like the chapter.
The title is related to the chapter, since Harold's rage causes him to do something terrible. There is also a scene involving Pale that I had to do some massive rewriting in order for it to be accurate. Originally, I would not have been able to make it work.
I was riding Shadowmere to Maltron's cave when the visions continued. I saw another flash before my eyes, causing me to fall off the horse. I saw Elena this time. She gave me the angry look that I always hated seeing. Her voice sounded surprisingly calm.
Elena: What did I d…
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Locked N' Loaded is the second chapter of my fourteenth fanfiction, "The Stage". In this chapter, the Lancers and Reapers get many new recruits. Harold starts seeing things, which is not fun. Let's get this shit started.
After James left my house, I went down into my cellar to get some vodka. I then sat down at my desk, and started drinking. Suddenly, I saw something flash before my eyes. I fell backwards, while spitting vodka all over the place. My breathing got very heavy.
Harold: What the fuck? What was the hell was that?
I got up, wiped off my coat, and picked up my chair. I put down the bottle, and it happened again. This time, however, I could see the vision clearly. I saw Lydia. She looked disappointed at me. I then heard her voice.…
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James and Eleanor's House, Yahar'Gul 20 A.P.
Eleanor went up to her room, full and content. She enjoyed those times with her new family. She undressed, then remembered to close the curtains. Thankfully, no people were outside at the time. She put on her night gown Uncle James had gotten her for her latest birthday and fell into her bed. She was asleep before she hit the pillow.
She sat up and realized two things: 1) She was wearing her attire and 2) She was in Yahar'Gul, but something was different. She got up and looked around. She quickly got her bearings and realized she was in the Advent Plaza. She heard someone approach and she whipped around. Facing her was a man in black robes with ornate designs made of gold fabric near the edges. On…Read more >
Central Yharnam, 20 A.P.
Eleanor was sitting, basking in memories, when James found her. "Eleanor, follow me." He said in a serious voice. Eleanor immediatly felt nervous. The only time James used that voice on her was when she did something wrong. She followed him to a square in Central Yharnam. She gasped when she saw what occupied the square. The bodies of many people she didn't really know, but had seen when Uncle Harold was in charge of her, were there. There was Ptomely, Arminius, Davis, and even Brutus. They had all been twisted and malformed in hideous ways, and above Ptomely's head was the word "FRAUDS" written in blood. Eleanor turned to James and aked, "Did you do this?" James chuckled and said, "Eleanor, I'm too old to do this. …Read more >
It's windy out here, on top of the abandoned lighthouse. Out there in the foggy canvas dotted with grey ship masts, there is nothing but a thin layer of mist. In foggy nights like this, they say, strange things often occur.
From somewhere nearby, a harrowing scream echoes and breaks the silence of the Fishing Hamlet . Somewhere down there, amongst the crumbled houses that are claimed by the sea, a blood-drunk hunter that was unfortunate enough to be sent here has been run down by the denizens of the hamlet.
I cast my gaze to the source of the sound. A man is being dragged on the knee-deep flooded alley. A man. Not worth to make a bargain with the Fishmen. I close my twenty-seven eyes as he is being butchered by a Fishman and is going to be f…Read more >
Eve's Garden, Central Yharnam. 20 A.P.
Eleanor is the daughter of Doctor Plague, a legend that everyone in the city knew. She had her father's hair color but the rest of her features she got from her mother. She was a highly trained assassin, trained by James the Ripper himself. Or just Uncle James as she knew him. And now she was in a strip club. As she waited backstage for her cue, James walked up to her and said, "Remember, we're here to kill Johnson Salazar. Nothing else." Eleanor glared at him and replied, "Oh yes, because I do so love prancing around on stage in my underwear. And what's better? Whenever boys stuff scratchy bills of money into my underwear." James rolled his eyes and said, "Well it's not my fault if this is the only pl…Read more >
Prepare to Cry is the first chapter of my fourteenth fanfiction, "The Stage". The title of this chapter is referring to the entire story, not just this chapter. This story is going to be amazing. I hope you like this chapter.
This chapter takes place about 10 hours after the epilogue for "Rise of the Reapers". Some things are not what they may seem.
I woke in bed with Henriett, and got up quietly so I didn't wake her up. I got dressed, then left the house. I headed to Fort Wellington, and everybody congradulated me. Arminius apologized for not coming to my wedding, saying that something came up. I told him that it was okay. I told everyone that we had to go to Maltron's cave to set up a second headquarters for the Iron Reapers. Ptolemy gla…
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The Iron Lancers are a bunch of badasses. I am making this blog post to describe the faction, as well as their rules, regulations, ranks, and different votes that they do. Why am I making this? I don't want "The Stage" to confuse anybody.
The Iron Reapers are another branch of the Lancers that have a different agenda. There will be a separate post about them.
Nameless Lancer: The Nameless Lancer is the boss. Their word is law. They make all of the decisions, and aren't to be disobeyed. The current Nameless Lancer is Pale. Prior to being excommunicated, Harold Jenkins was the Nameless Lancer.
Iron Lancer: The Iron Lancer is the second in command. They are in charge when the Nameless Lancer isn't present. They should also never be…
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This is the prologue for my next story, Blood in the Dark. It will feature Eleanor as she takes on her first real danger as an apprentice of James's. It takes place 20 years after Shadow Over Yharnam. Enjoy.
Central Yharnam Asylum, 15 A.P. (After Plague)
"You'll rot in a cell forever for what you did!" That's what the man remembered people saying. That was over 15 years ago however. He'd been in solitary confinement since then. But he still heard the screams of the other patients. He still heard the guards mocking him outside. He wanted to make them suffer for what they've done to him. And he would, all he had to do was wait.
5 Years Later
The day came when he could re-enter general polulation in the asylum. The guards came into his cell in or…Read more >
And now, ladies and gentlemen, another one of my boss fights! This one features the main character of the original fanfiction on this wiki: Doctor Plague. Or Jack. Whatever you want to call him. Let's get into the fight now shall we?
Doctor Plague can be fought in Upper Cathedral Ward, in the room where the Scourge Beasts knock down the chandelier. He will only appear if you kill either Amelia however. You can tell when he's in his location when all of the enemies outside of the building are dead.
The music that plays during Plague's boss battle is Aldia, Scholar of the First Sin from the soundtrack of Dark Souls 2.
When the player enters, they look around and are slashed by Plague's Church Pick and they fall into his arena. He jumps down afte…
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Crossroads of Blood is the prologue of my fourteenth fanfiction, "The Stage". This story isn't about a stage. I just like the title. This story is going to be amazing. The prologue is pretty short.
This prologue is very similar to the first chapter in "Bloody Crow of Cainhurst". This starts at the end of the story, and the next few chapters are going to be a flashback. You are going to have a lot of questions at the end of this prologue. Some things are not what they may seem.
I rode Shadowmere fast out of Yharnam. The Iron Reapers were closing in on me quickly. They wanted me dead very badly. My horse was growing tired, and was losing speed. I have no choice but to take a shortcut through Yahar'gul.
As I rode through the Unseen Village, R…
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Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins is the epilogue of my thirteenth fanfiction, "Rise of the Reapers". The epilogue has almost nothing to do with the main events of the story. Regardless, I hope you like it. This is Harold and Henriett's wedding.
I had to consult my hidden sources before writing this, just to get an idea of how a wedding in Yharnam might work.
The day of the wedding came around, and I didn't know what to wear. I knew that I shouldn't wear my usual outfit, because of how tattered and bloody it was. I asked James if he had something that I could borrow, and he said that he could help me out. Unfortunately, the only thing that he found that could actually fit me was some old clothing that he probably stole from a dead man. I put it on, and…
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Welcome to my ninth fanfiction review. I will be reviewing Doctor-Plague5113's "Into the Labyrinth". This story is just too damn good. It's hilarious, entertaining, well written, and difficult to take seriously 100% of the time. Plague's previous 2 stories were good, but could have been better. This story doesn't share that shortcoming at all. I love this story so much.
Van Helsing is such a great character. Besides Harold and Altair, he is probably the most relatable fanfiction character on this wiki. Want to know some traits that me and Van Helsing share? Here you go: 1. Checking out the ladies, 2. Lookin' at dat booty, 3. Admiting that you were lookin' at dat booty when you get caught doing it, 4. Being honest to pretty women, 5. A few …Read more >
A Sacred Vow is the eighth and final chapter of my thirteenth fanfiction, "Rise of the Reapers". However, there is an epilogue, but it isn't really related to the story. This chapter is really good, but pretty short.
Harold gives the man who raped his girlfriend the fate he deserves. It is really fucked up, but also extremely satisfying. I hope so, at least.
I tied Numoc's hands behind his back, gagged his mouth, and put a sack over his head. As I dragged him through the Forbidden Woods, he made a lot of weird noises. I told him to shut up, or I would cut his tongue out. As instructed, Henriett was waiting for me, wearing gloves, and holding a knife in her hand. I forced Numoc onto his knees, and removed the sack from his head. He looked u…
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I loves me a good scythe, and I love me a good axe. So I thought why not?
We start with the twin scythes. Now these are smaller than the average scythe, dual wielded to be exact.
See it, yeah that is cool enough but lets take it up a step. The handle extends and they connect together forming an even more badass weapon.Read more >
Okay I am taking a break from writing the main story . I need something original for a little bit so here is where i’ll start. Next is a boss fight!
We’ll start with my personal attire.
A white face mask with a hood over it. Leaving nothing but the eyes.
A studded white leather chestpeice with a tattered half cape over the shoulder.
Metal gloves with iron nails attached to the ends.
White studded leather leggings.
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In a part of Yharnam that nobody really knew the existence of, Mensis broke multiple examination tools in anger. "We were so close! And we failed because of that idiot Van Helsing!" Mensis's personal guards, also known as the Bloody Crows, stood in silence as usual. There were ten of them, and Mensis had handpicked them. They were among the most skilled warriors on the planet, or so he had been told. Mensis continued his rage until he kicked a crate of artifacts, breaking it partially. Out of the crate came a large silver bell. Mensis paused, then picked it up. He examined it, then gave it a ring. He felt some of his knowledge slip away and he heard a ringing that sounded like it reached through space and time. Then, he heard a whooshing s…Read more >
The Unwanted Truth is the seventh and penultimate chapter of my thirteenth fanfiction, "Rise of the Reapers". This chapter is really cool. Harold finds out something very important in this chapter. Enjoy.
This chapter takes place immediately after the previous chapter.
Kolar: Harold, I had nothing to do with the assualt on Henriett. I promise. One of my brothers is not very obediant. I can let you kill him.
Harold: Why should I trust you?
Kolar: You can't, but you have to.
Harold: Alright, fine. I'll do what you want.
Kolar: Good. Go to the Grand Cathedral. Once you are there, kneel at the altar, put your hands together, and say this: "Death to the Church". Do you understand?
Harold: Yes. I need to do something first.
Kolar: Very well.
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Mensis had his Lords of Death assemble a makeshift crane in order to transport his findings. They blew a hole to the surface, which was not very far up. He was feeling very successful and was thinking about what he would do when he profited off of these findings, when there was a sudden explosion at the end of the tunnel. Out of the smoke walked Van Helsing, Gehrman, and Maria. Strangely, Laurence was nowhere to be found. Mensis yelled at his soldiers, "Well? Are we blind?! Kill them!" The Lords jumped into action, but they weren't as skilled as their enemies. Mensis leaped onto the final shipment, the one filled with the slug-like creatures and said, "Au revoir, baise stupide! Ha ha ha ha!" He signaled to the team at the top, and they sta…Read more >
Lancers and Reapers is the sixth chapter of my thirteenth fanfiction, "Rise of the Reapers". In this chapter, you get to witness the Iron Reapers make their first vote. Enjoy.
All the reapers were in the chapel, ready to make the vote. I slammed the gavel against the table to get everyone's attention. When I spoke, there was a noticeable amount of sadness in my voice.
Harold: Pale has informed me that you all know what happened to Henriett. I trusted Pale with my life, and she betrayed me. I never should have left her in charge. We will cast a vote on whether or not to have Pale demoted from her position as the Iron Lancer. The vote has to be unanimous. All or nothing.
I took a deep breath.
Ptolemy thought for a second before …
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A Broken Promise is the fifth chapter of my thirteenth fanfiction, "Rise of the Reapers". In this chapter, Harold finds out, and it isn't a fun time to be a Lancer. This is easily one of the best chapters that I have written.
This is a very intense, emotional, and descriptive chapter. Also, remember that prostitute that Harold cheated on Henriett with in "The Iron Lancers"? Well, she's in this chapter, and she fucks everything up.
Henriett and Pale went to Fort Wellington, but didn't return that night. I went to the fort the following morning, and all of the Lancers were in the courtyard. Arminius was talking to Samantha (who was at our fort for some reason), Ptolemy was reading a book while sitting on a bench, Eli and David were doing arc…
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The Unseen Truth is the fourth chapter of my thirteenth fanfiction, "Rise of the Reapers". You probably know what the title is referring to. Harold returns in this chapter, and is going to follow the Ice Reaper's instructions. I hope you like this chapter.
This chapter takes place at the same time as the previous chapter, but the ending takes place about 20 minutes after the last chapter's ending.
I arrived at the border of Yharnam and Armenia, and stepped across. As I had suspected, I heard the voice again.
Kolar: Thank you for trusting us, Harold. I am surprised that you heeded my instructions. I hope that you are ready for your next task. There is a shrine not far from where you are now. It is a statue of King Miltiades. It is located i…
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A Messenger from Behind is the third chapter of my thirteenth fanfiction, "Rise of the Reapers". The title of this chapter is very fitting, and also pretty damn hilarious. Harold doesn't appear in this chapter. This chapter mainly follows Henriett and Pale. That should make things interesting.
This chapter does have sexual content, and not the good kind.
Henriett needed to speak to Pale, urgently. Something was bothering her, and she needed to speak to someone she could trust. They spoke in the chapel in Fort Wellington, which is where all of the meetings took place. Pale locked all of the doors so that they could speak in peace.
Henriett: I'm worried about Harold. He's been acting very unusual lately.
Pale: He just lost some very close pe…
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The Watcher is the second chapter of my thirteenth fanfiction, "Rise of the Reapers". This chapter is pretty good. Also, some very, VERY important things happen. Enjoy.
After accepting the three new recruits, I let Pale train them on how to be good Lancers. My hand still needed to recover, so I wouldn't be a good trainer for the time being. I was still waiting for James to convince whoever broke my windows to pay me, and I was beginning to get impatient. I went to find James, but he came to me.
James: Sorry, Harold. Van Helsing won't pay for it.
Harold: Well, someone is paying for that.
James: I can do it. I'm sorry that this happened.
Harold: Not everyone is easily convinced. Have a good day, James.
James: You too.
I was heading back home…
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Rise of the Reapers is the first chapter of my thirteenth fanfiction, "Rise of the Reapers". This story is going to be pretty good. I hope so, at least. Truths will be revealed, and questions will be answered. I hope you like this story.
Want to know how much time has passed between this chapter and the last chapter of "Hail to the Queen"? In the time it takes to leave the Tomb of Oedon, get on the elevator that takes you to the place with the two rock trolls, walk to the lamp, go down the ladder, make your way to the bonfire area, and enter Harold's house, which I picture in that little area.
The opening of this chapter is too good.
Henriett: Well, somebody clearly threw this rock at our window. Why are you treating this like it's nothing…
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" Something's down there..." Oak stammers and can't stop trembling, his breaths shallow and shaky, as if each one might be his last. I and captain Haddock have some difficulty to move him in. The sailor face is pale as if drained of blood and is covered in water from either his sweat and the rain. I cast a worry gaze around into the cursed mist and hurriedly get inside with others. Snags are no longer our concern now.
" So's there's only seven of us left..." Haddock closes the quarterdeck door while holding his pistol firmly. " This accursed mist. It makes gun powder wet..." He exclaims.
I look through to glass window into the shadow-blighted deck. I couldn't believe in my eyes as I see moving figures are taking shapes in the mist. One is hi…Read more >
Regicide is the sixth and final chapter of my twelfth fanfiction, "The God King". This chapter is downright EPIC! It ends with a really major cliffhanger. I hope that you like this chapter.
Mallakarth got up from his throne, and roared. We were prepared to face the mighty dragon. He flew into the air, then charged at us. Gehrman and Maria dodged him, but I stood my ground. I slashed Mallakarth's wing, causing him to crash. I charged at him, and jumped onto his back. He got up, and lashed around violently, trying to throw me off. I kept my grip, and he flew into the air. I tried to climbed towards his head, but I lost my grip when Mallakarth spun around. I fell, but got up quickly, and Mallakarth prepared to make a dive bomb at me. Gehrman …
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(^^) - Increase the rage quit frequency.
1) Cleric beast: faster, smarter attacks, throw statues, throw a punch of pebbles and sand at player, cause heavy stagger and temporarily cause blind with sand attack.
2) Amygdala: throw rocks like crazy, suck the player with his vortex and smash them against the ground again and again. Kicks and bodyslams the player when they sneak underneath. Summon many and many spider kin to attack. The more wounded the great one, the more spiders, and even hostile hunters will come to the rescue. After the word "prey slaughter" 3 large nightmare apostle will spawn and many more will spawn to "revenge" their fallen God.
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I have another boss fight idea. This one is against Harold Jenkins himself. He wears one of the versions of the Lancer’s Set (the version with the Hooded Knight Helm and Bloodied Iron Gauntlets) that I made a blog post about in the past, and uses a Rifle Spear and Piercing Rifle. The fight has 2 phases.
Harold can be found in a location called The Lancer's Fortress, which I will make a post about in the future. It is kind of like Skuldafn in Skyrim, except the Sovngarde portal area is replaced with a large throne room. The fortress is also not on a mountain, and the Dragur are replaced by an enemy that I will make a post about some time. Harold is found in the throne room.
As the Hunter makes their way through the fortress, Harold will spe…
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Hello all! This time I will be trying something new: A boss fight idea. This boss will be Mensis. Enjoy.
Mensis can be fought in an area I created called Mensis's Domain. It is essentially a nightmare version of Yahar'Gul filled with the standard Nightmare enemies and a few of Mensis's Lords of Death. Upon entering the area, Mensis can be heard speaking, "You there! What is it you seek? Is it the end of this hunt? Or ascension? Hmmm... It doesn't matter. I'm afraid you will not leave this place alive." As the player continues through the area, he will speak again after lighting the second lamp, saying, "You will not be deterred. I see now that a hunter is a hunter no matter what. If you must battle me, so be it." The player will then be abl…
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King's Fall is the fifth and penultimate chapter of my twelfth fanfiction, "The God King". This chapter is pretty interesting.
It took an entire week for my leg to recover. I told Gehrman than Mallakarth was a Kin, not a Great One. He then stood up, and offered to join Maria and I on our hunt. This was the first time the three of us had hunted together in a long time. Mallakarth would never stand a chance against the three of us.
We set out, and went to the place where he had attacked me and Maria before. It was highly likely that Mallakarth would be lurking nearby. Suddenly, Maria spotted him in the distance, watching us. He seemed to be on a mountain. We went toward his direction, arriving at his lair after a few hours of walking. Mallak…
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Bloodless Healing is the fourth chapter of my twelfth fanfiction, "The God King". I know the name is bad, but it is accurate to the chapter. Enjoy.
The ending of this chapter is pretty funny.
I woke up in the Forbidden Woods. Mallakarth was gone, and Maria was tending my wounds. My armor was completely destroyed, with the lone exception being my helmet. I was injured really badly. Who would think that a dragon's tail could deal so much damage? Maria noticed that I was awake, and told me to not move too much.
Maria: Stay still. You don't want you injuries to get worse, do you?
I tried to say something, but my mouth was dry. Maria found some water, and helped me drink. Now that I was refreshed, I said the first thing that came to mind.
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Mensis's hunters raided Pthumeru mercilessly. Many Pthumerians attmepted to defend their homes and items, but they were slaughtered like cattle and thrown into the depths, which Mensis titled the Hintertombs. Meanwhile, back in Ihyll, what remained of the group watched as Mensis's second-in-command prepared the operation. His name was Leroy, and he didn't like what Mensis was doing, but Mensis was the one paying, so he listened. Van Helsing said, "So... Mensis, what's your plan?" Mensis looked at him and said, "Do you think I'm an idiot? Why would I tell you my plan?" Then one of Mensis's Hunters came up, the group was actually called the Domini Mors or Lords of Death, came forward and showed something to Mensis, saying, "I think this is a…Read more >
The Blood of a Great One is the third chapter of my twelfth fanfiction, "The God King". This chapter is very good, and has a twist at the end. Our two heroes also encounter Mallakarth for the first time in this chapter.
I picture Mallakarth's voice sounding like Miraak's.
Upon leaving the Abandoned Old Workshop, Maria and I began our hunt for Mallakarth. We didn't know where he would be, but we would find him. If my theory is correct, Mallakarth's own blood should enhance my sword with the power to strike him down. When I told Maria this, she thought I was crazy, which I am. She was hoping that I was wrong, but I know I'm right. We will kill him.
Maria made me go to the Forbidden Woods with her, probably because that is where I died. I was…
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The group continued to delve deeper into Pthumeru. But some of them were growing madder and madder at the lack of findings. Finally, a scholar named Johnson shouted at Mensis, "Where the fuck are we going?! For all we know, you're leading us away from potential findings and towards death! How do we know that Ihyll holds this 'Old Blood'?" Mensis responded by grabbing Gehrman's pistol and shooting Johnson in the head. He then said, "Shall we continue on?" They eventually came into an arena, only to find a dead Pthumerian in flowing robes dual-wielding shotel-like blades. "He must have died from something..." Mensis said, "Let's continue on. We've entered Ihyll."
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First, this time line isn't 100% complete and correct, anyone can discuss and edit.
More will be updated in the near future ^^
Thousands of years ago
- The Pthumerian discovered the Eldritch truthResult:
- Inter-spiece marriage between the Great Ones and the Pthumerian ruling class
Ring of Betrothal description: In the age of the Great Ones, wedlock was a blood contract, only permitted to those slated to bear a special child.
- The Pthumerian built the tombs for the Gods that has fallen asleep in their death-like state
Great Pthumeru Ihyll Chalice: This reveals that while early Pthumerians were mere humble guardians of the slumbering Great Ones, their descendants felt entitled to name themselves a leader.Some thousands of year later
- The other Great …
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The members of the Pthumeru Expedition got prepared to plunge into the depths of an ancient city. As Van Helsing was walking down a hallway, someone pulled him into a closet. Maria asked him, "What would you do if I let you pursue your romantic interests in me?" Van Helsing thought for a second, then said, "I would take you out for a night on the town, then hopefully get laid with you. Oh, and they're sexual interests, not romantic ones." He then tried to walk out of the closet, but then Maria pulled him back and kissed him, saying, "I love an honest man." Van Helsing then replied, "I'm only honest regarding some things." Maria said, "Some is enough." Van Helsing then winked and walked out with her. As he was walking, Gehrman said, "If yo…Read more >
In this chapter, there will mostly be exposition. So don't expect much action. I am also introducing one of my own characters.
When Van Helsing and Gehrman arrived at Byrgenwerth, they were led inside by a scholar. Inside, they saw Laurence sitting in a dark corner, as well as Willem coming down the stairs. A scholar named Yurie came forward and promptly slapped Helsing across the face. He winced and asked, "What was that for?" Yurie glared at him and said, "For my sister." Van Helsing then said, "Oh yeah. I remember her." Yurie than huffed off. Another scholar came forward, but this one was different. His robes were less flowing and were black with gold trim in ornate designs. He had a good-looking face and piercing green eyes. He also had…
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Frederick IV Albert Von Mauve's Journal
" Is there another way? Can I just buy it?" I ask the man after reading the contract. It is stated that if I want to receive treatment, I must become a... werewolf hunter.
The old man lightly shakes his head. Seems like I have no choice but to accept this strange condition. After signing on the contract, I give it back to the Blood Minister and settle myself on the cold, dirty brass operation bed.
"Good. All signed and sealed. Now let's begin the transfusion. Oh, don't you worry. Whatever happens... You may think it all a mere bad dream..."
The anesthetic starts to take effect and the darkness closes in.
I don't know how long I have been alseep but I wake up as I hear something scurrying nearby. It's real…
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Shrouded in Darkness is the second chapter of my twelfth fanfiction, "The God King". Sorry if the previous chapter was boring, but this chapter will hopefully make up for that. I hope you llike this chapter.
Also, I introduce a Great One of my own design in this chapter. Well, it doesn't actually appear in the chapter, but it is mentioned.
Not long after my awakening, weird things started happening. The daylight went away sooner than it should everyday, dogs would be barking at nothing, and the people in Yharnam were acting weird. I thought that it had something to do with me, but I didn't know why. I had to talk to someone smart, but who?
Altair: Have you noticed anything strange recently?
Gehrman: It depends on what you are referring to,…
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