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  • 351 weeks
    GET OUT OF HERE, S.U.C.K.E.R.--A review of Stalker: Southern Comfort

    You are cold and hungry. Your pockets are filled to the brim with glowing Artifacts; the coveted treasures of the Zone. As you run through the abandoned factory for the 100th time, you provoke a sneer of contempt from a familiar foe.

    "Get out of here, stalker!" chides the burly guard on the catwalk above. It is his eternal refrain, regardless of whether you're entering or leaving.

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  • 367 weeks
    So, was anyone else at MLP-Minneapolis?

    'Cause it was pretty sweet. I managed to get some quick chats in with Andrea Libman, Michelle Creber, and M.A. Larson.

    Also, my friend was commissioned to draw some suggestive artwork by a mysterious green-haired man who promptly vanished into the haze of sweat and cheeto dust. I'm pretty sure he was a ghost.

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  • 379 weeks
    The Definition of Insanity...

    ...is buying an Xbox 360 pretty much for the sole purpose of playing Dark Souls II.

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  • 387 weeks
    We Have No Shame (/mlp/ theme song)

    If you use a trip, do you know how much we're pissed?
    (The mods are asleep, post horse vaginas)
    After the Scruffening, can your dick be pleased
    without precious pics of crotchteats?

    I've derailed your thread a thousand times
    And your waifu is far, far from fine
    Pleb compared to mine

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  • 389 weeks
    Some random musings on Fallout: Equestria

    As I implied in another post, I've been playing some Fallout: New Vegas. Awesome game--glitchy, but once you get all your favorite mods working, it's an unforgettable experience. As I raced around in my underwear and American flag bandana while stabbing muscular men in the balls, (I'm pretty sure I was in the game when this happened) I began to reflect on That One Story with the Little Cartoon

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A preview · 11:30pm Dec 18th, 2013

Depending on how the next few days go, Terms of Employment might take a bit longer to update than expected. Fortunately, though, I've just solved a certain key story problem that had been blocking all progress until now.

Regardless, here's a little teaser for the next chapter:

“Did you hear that?”

Fear crept up my spine like a cold, slimy centipede.

The whole situation was fucked up beyond belief, but I couldn't help but feel there was something worse out there, hiding behind faceless statues and towering pillars.

I didn't have my gun, but I still had my combat knife. I whipped it out of its sheath, relishing the blade's heft and the vicious, gleaming edge. If someone wanted to take me down, I'd make it a mutually painful experience.

Laughter echoed off the hard stone walls of the ruins. I spun on my heels, searching for a target and finding none.

“Who's there?” called XB9, trying his best to not sound like a scared little kid. He failed miserably.

The laughter came again. Closer now.

I brought my knife up to bear, feeling my stomach drop into the toes of my boots.

"That won't help you." The speaker sounded calm to the point of boredom. “That won't help you at all."

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Comments ( 4 )

And then it became a suspense horror as well. I'm predicting somepony is going to have a nasty case of fear-pee.


"... Because it's nowhere near big enough to cut this cake I got for you!" He said as he stepped into view holding a large funfetti cake with strawberry frosting. "Also, it'll cure your friend and those other two. Then we'll all get together to sing kumbaya and live happily ever after."

Drat, someone guessed the plot twist again.
To be fair, the protagonist is pretty close to wetting himself at this point, too.

So, Discord soon, yay, and by the sound of it, A dark version of him! Cant wait!

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