THERE IS ONLY ONE RULE
EVERYTHING HERE HAS TO HAVE A CONNECT TO PEWDIEPIE SOMEHOW EITHER THROUGH HIM OR HIS CHARACTERS. NO RANDOM OCs THAT'S IT THANK YOU~!!
Enter the CellarIn her chamber, Marzia waited patiently. She sat on her bed, thinking about her lover. Felix…Enter the Cellar by Madrazassassin
She thought about all the ways she could help him. Get some supplies to him, or send him some letters that will help him around the environment. Felix was a coming to get her. Then he and she would destroy every single damn barrel that got in their way. They would__
The door on her chamber began to open, and a cylinder object that was turned on its side rolled in. When it was in front of her, it up-righted itself and chuckled. It was a Barrel. Even though it didn’t have eyes, it wore dark sunglasses.
“Don’t worry, honey;” the barrel said in a voice that made her cringe. “That jerk you call Pewdiepie will be eliminated, and then you will be made queen of the Barrels! Just imagine how much we will be able to achieve__”
Marzia snatched her shoe off her foot and threw it had the Barrel’s face, cracking one of the lenses on its sunglasses.
Something to FearMayo gasped for air, since his journey was long. He felt terribly pleased. He had succeeded in not only outrunning the Barrels, but also running on the surface of water. He didn’t know he could tread on water until now.Something to Fear by Madrazassassin
“Ellos, young Mayo!” Stephano greeted the little table. “You never fail to impress. Jesus Christ, I didn’t even know you could run on water! Now tell us, what is this strange key you have brought us?”
“It’s a SKELETON key!” Mayo replied. “It can open anything in the castle. I don’t really know how Marzia got it, though. Speaking of which, I have to get back to her and make sure that she’s safe. While I was escaping from the hall of the Barrels, I overhead that if you don’t show yourself in six days, then they’re gonna turn Mrs. Cutie into the queen of the Barrels!”
Pewdie and Stephano gasped.
“Well, shit!” Pewdie exclaimed. “We gotta haul ass! Thanks for deliverin
Haunted HallwaysPewdie gasped and fell backward, frightened by the Bro’s sudden appearance. The Bro let out a snarl, before disappearing in a cloud of dust with a poof.Haunted Hallways by Madrazassassin
“Goddam poofer.” Pewdie said in a low voice as he got to his feet.
He looked at the door where he entered the room. He must carry on. He will do this for Stephano, and for everyone else. Before he left, he searched the room for supplies. The only place where he could find anything was the wooden desk attached to the side of the room. Two glass vials of Laudanum were all he could find. He lit his lamp and exited the room.
The light from his lamp spread across a stone wall as he closed the door behind him. Pewdie looked to the left. The wall met a dead end. He turned his head to the right, and the wall extended into a deep, pitch-black corridor. He swallowed, and walked foreword.
The corridor never seemed to end. Was he going backwards, or forewords? Pewdie felt his energy waning, and his lantern se
Dungeons of Darkness“RUN FASTER, PEWDIE!” Stephan shouted as the barrel thundered its way towards our heroes.Dungeons of Darkness by Madrazassassin
The corridor showed no signs of coming to an end, which is both a good and bad thing. If it did come to an end, Pewdie would be trapped, and the barrel would surely run over him. He ran and ran and ran, until he heard a crunch from behind.
“Pewdie, look!” Stephano cried.
He turned around, and the giant barrel had become wedged between the short ceiling and the floor.
“Heh, heh, heh…” the barrel chuckled in a low, evil voice. “You’ll never get to Marzia, Pewdie. Every single ghost, sprite, spirit, and entity you have encountered in the past will be waiting for you. You’ll never make it, and when you are erased from history, Marzia will become one of us! Then NOTHING will stand in our way for our quest in world domination! ”
Pewdie’s eyes widened. If he didn’t get to Marzia soon, then not only would he lose his girl
Hyperthymesia-Freedom (27)Under the canopy of the evergreen forest where light flitted through treetops and little creatures scuttled to and fro in the sweaty summer blaze, Piggeh and Berta ducked under branches and avoided hives in their trek towards their enemy. Everywhere, the man’s eyes darted around the surreal scene, taking in all the mosses and buzzing bees that had before been unknown to him. When was the last time he went out? He didn’t know. But he never went this far from Brennenburg, and never thought of doing so. By trusting his partner’s word in this new world, Piggeh could let his curiosity run freely. He felt like a child again.Hyperthymesia-Freedom (27) by HeavenLightYukiko
Every time they got tired from hiking, they stopped and talked about trivial things. The times when their stomach growled, they pulled fruit from the trees or picked berries from the fecund flora from every direction around them. When night came, they slept under the stars against the trunk of old apple trees. And these were the times they were silent.
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