"Did you hear her?" Alice choked through her giggling. "She says she'll place some stupid curse on me, and all it does is make people tell the truth to me!"
Okay, everyone! It’s Monika from the game Doki Doki Literature Club and you will be reading a story based off that visual novel. I am communicating through this computer realm into the text you are reading. The computer realm is an alternate one from the traditional one in the game. This realm is one where I am not deleted and am now omnipotent. I brought back all the girls to create special interactions with the fictional character representing the dear reader. I will refer to myself in the third person to make this all simpler.
Allie alighted on the roof of their New York branch office building and brushed off some of the dirt and bramble that had tagged along. She took out her phone and began checking sales numbers. “That fucking meathead,” Allie fumed. Kimberly’s projections had been correct and Allie was rapidly losing her lead. She stormed past the conference room straight into her office. She slammed her door shut and it shattered into hundreds of tiny wooden shards.
Downloadable .pdf with artwork can be found at http://www.jasminevancroft.com
Julia could not believe what she was doing, but she knew it was probably the best way to go about handling the situation.
Hello my fellow mammals, ha. I'm Jasmine, proudly born and raised in Australia. I'm just a normal 23 year old girl who lives with my bestie Lara in an Brisbane apartment just outside the city. Right now we are meditating next to each other and flying around in an astral body, you should try it sometime! It's so fun to play little games in astral form with a friend like: hide and seek and tag.
Edith the Beauty Thief
(To comply with Omni’s rules Edith is now older and is having a late puberty and was held back a couple years. Just Roll with it)
Link to original on Deviantart will be in the comments if you would rather read that.
Part 4: Entropy (4,115 words)
(omnipotence, existentialism, no sex)
Rich poked at the embers before him. He had set up camp in a clearing on a plateau, built a fire and cooked a fish that he’d caught. He looked up at the stars as the embers in the pit died, and was about to unroll his sleeping bag when he heard a rustle in the foliage over to his left. He felt his heart rate accelerate; he kept very still. A jolt of fear ran through him, like an electric shock, making his entire body tingle.