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Pen Name: R. Mallory

Ooh!! Someone's on my profile!!! -(o_o)-
Why hello there!!! (' v ')/
Come on in and make yourself at home! Most of what I write seems to be gaming fanfictions and strange poetry, and I'm also trying my hand at a bit of horror. So, I guess if that's what you like, you've certainly come to the right place! And if it's not, I got some other things here and there that might strike your fancy. ^_^" Feel free to peruse! I hope you enjoy!
If you have any critique on my stories n' stuff, I am more than happy to hear it. I wanna learn as much as I can.
Have a nice day! -^o^-

"We do have a lot in common. The same earth, the same air, the same sky. Maybe if we started looking at what's the same instead at what's different...well, who knows?"
-Meowth (Pokémon)
"I see now that the circumstances of one's birth are irrelevant; it is what you do with the gift of life that determines who you are."
-Mewtwo (Pokémon)
"Sometimes the only choices you have are bad ones, but you still have to choose."
-The Doctor (Doctor Who)
"I am deeply convinced that each human being suffers in a way no other human being suffers. No doubt, we can make comparisons; we can talk about more or less suffering, but, in final analysis, your pain and my pain are so deeply personal that comparing them can bring scarcely any consolation or comfort. In fact, I am more grateful for a person who can acknowledge that I am very alone in my pain than for someone who tries to tell me that there are many others who have a similar or a worse pain."
-Henri J. M. Nouwen (Life of the Beloved)
"You see, people tend to correlate freedom with the ability to do whatever they like. But this is not true freedom. Freedom has traditionally been understood as the power to do what one ought to do."
-Sean McDowell (Ethix)
"Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind."
-Dr. Seuss
"There is no such thing as a new idea. It is impossible. We simply take a lot of old ideas and put them into a sort of mental kaleidoscope. We give them a turn and they make new and curious combinations. We keep on turning and making new combinations indefinitely; but they are the same old pieces of colored glass that have been in use through all the ages."
-Mark Twain
"Perhaps some things are best left forgotten, for now."
-Scott Cawthon
"You do you
And I'll do me,
but we won't do each other—
-Markiplier (Youtube)
"The greatest single cause of Atheism in the world today is Christians who acknowledge Jesus with their lips and walk out the door and deny Him by their lifestyle. That is what an unbelieving world simply finds unbelievable."
-Brennan Manning
"Open your eyes,
Get up off your chair.
There's so much to do in the sunlight.
So give up your secrets,
And let down your hair,
And sit with me here in the firelight."
-Micky Dolenz (The Monkees)
"Can you see God? You haven't seen him? I've never seen the wind. I see the effects of the wind, but I've never seen the wind. There's a mystery to it."
-Billy Graham
"We were talking with the Master regarding the nature of conceptual reality. Psychologically speaking, the human mind, or brain or whatever, is almost incapable of distinguishing between the real and the vividly imagined experience. Sound and film and music and radio. Even these manipulative experiences are received more or less directly and uninterpretive by the mind. They are cataloged and recorded and either acted upon directly, or stored in the memory, or both. Now this process, unless we pay it tremendous attention, begins to separate us from the reality of the now. Am I being clear? For we must allow the reality of the now to just happen, as it happens. Observe and act with clarity. For where there is clarity, there is no choice. And were there is choice, there is misery. But then, why should I speak, since I know nothing?"
-Peter Tork (Head)
"Pleasure - the inevitable byproduct of our civilization. A new world—the only preoccupation will be: how to amuse itself. The tragedy of your time, my young friends, is that you may get exactly what you want."
-Inspector Shrink (Head)
"It is better to be Socrates dissatisfied than a fool satisfied."
-John Stuart Mill

Wait...did you seriously make it all the way down here?
I, uh...didn't expect that...
Well, hello again!
I admire your detemmienation.
Or your...fascination with random quotes.
I got nothing more to say.
But I hope you do have a nice day.
Stay fabulous, hon! ^_'

Writing Question: How Violent Is Too Violent?

by , Thursday September 28, 2017
Writing Question: How Violent Is Too Violent?

Writing Question: How Violent Is Too Violent? 

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  • Ninja Togepi

    mumbled "You Walk Through the Rain"

    Hi! So um, I'm currently taking a Game Design class, and just last week I'd finished a game on an engine called Twine. I'd named it You Walk Through the Rain, and it's more just an expressive experience than anything. It's a bit literary and metaphorical, so maybe it would be worthwhile to post it here! I dunno, but if you're curious please feel free to play! And critique is always appreciated, of course.
    Have a nice day! :D
    Ninja Togepi
    2 years ago
    1 Like
    Ay, I'm so sorry =_= Its not even letting me on. I don't think there's any way to fix it other than to wait. I mean, I can email anyone the game file, but only if ur okay with it. (._. )
    (And thank u Book Maker! I'm glad u enjoyed it! ^. ^)
    2 years ago
    I figured out how to play it and it was super cool! Reminds me of those 'Choose your own adventure' style of games. 10/10 :D
    Ninja Togepi
    2 years ago
    Aww! Thanks Gabe (^w^) (Wait but how did u fix it?)
  • Ninja Togepi
    1 Like
    This is a really great beginning!! :D The events are stated and ordered very naturally, and it gives the reader a satisfying amoung of information without overwhealming them with funfacts and tidbits. Exposition can be a tough nail to hit, but imo you've hit it on the nose, and I find that very impressive. I'm excited to read more! ^o^
    Code Turned Crime
    Code Turned Crime
    This story is about a 16 year old boy who uncovers many dark secrets when finally cracking the Cicada 3301 Challenge, who later gets tangled in a life of crime.
    2 years ago
    1 Like
    Thank you so much!
  • Ninja Togepi

    mumbled ""Doing Everything You Can""

    I think about this a lot, in regards to stories in general. In my opinion, there is nothing more mortifying than doing everything that is physically possible and more, and then finding that it was all in vain. You feel helpless, guilty, scared, confused, angry, and like a complete idiot. One common trait of all humanity: we all want to be in control. The one with the upper hand, like the queen in a game of chess. So to be placed in such a scenario that you're nothing more than a disposable pawn, it's humiliating. And, if your inabilities result in the persecution of others, you feel as if you're the one to blame, and the only thing that can remove the shame is time, if ever. Yet with time it can grow and entangle and smother. Is there a worse feeling than such horrible lifelong guilt?
    I dunno. I would love to discuss this, whether or not you agree. Thoughts anyone?
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