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PseudoBob Delightus

How hard can writing novels be, anyway?


It's okay. I'm here. I can remember what happened.

I'm still here.

Written for the Thousand Word Contest III, categories Horror and Experimental.

Thanks to Silk Rose, Scriblits Talo, ThePeer, and MorganaTheNotCat for pre-reading and feedback.

I recommend reading this in a web browser.

Chapters (1)
Comments ( 24 )

oh my god pseudobob strikes again with another uniquely formatted story PLEASE you had me looking for a repeat of the invisible story 😭😭
gl in the competition!

I love this story well done friend

A dislike!? Unacceptable :pinkiehappy:

Oh, my. :pinkiegasp:

I've got the chills, now. That was very effective.

Good show! Best of luck in the judging!

Twi, you done fucked up 😐

i'm honored to have pre-read this fine piece of words

Loved this story, so sad!
Glad I could help out. :twilightsmile:

Comment posted by Compass The Pegasus deleted Last Wednesday

You sure have done it again with the interesting formatting, Bob.

Very nice.

I really enjoyed your

what was it?


your story.

Saw the title in the featured box, immediately knew whose this was xD

I saw the title and I immediately thought "Yup, it’s PsuedoBob Delightus".

You really nail unique formatting!

Well, that was certainly an interesting read.

Great way of displaying someone fading from existence in writing format.

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Thanks for the help!

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Glad you enjoyed it - thanks for the feedback!

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Oh no... the mortifying ordeal of being known... :twilightsheepish:

That's for certain, assbutt2. There but for the grace of Celestia go I.

I would not know to say that this is the first story of yours that I have read, since I do not notice the authors, but this story I loved, not if it is by the format that it has or by how the small story was structured, but it was enchantingly scary and completely fun

Usually in these kinds of stories, I guess Discord ends up saving the day at the end, but only when he’s "good," and I think at the time of the story, it would be before that

Loved how spaced out and fragmented the thoughts were here. The simple stuff was what really drove it home, stuff like the



This is terrifying in a completely different way than any other story I have read. Deeply unsettling.

So this story is basically if your conscience had a mind of it's own. Great job.

Howdy, hi~! Its DaOtterGuy

Glad to see you practicing that opacity setting that you had talked about before :p. Past that, really liked how unsettling this was. It was so interesting, representing the fading opacity as losing train of thought or, in the context of this story, thought itself. It's a weirdly almost in-universe meta story and told from such an interesting perspective that I can't even be sure if my interpretation is even correct. Definitely rambling, but the point is that this was a super banger read. Thanks~!

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