Just look at these:
Just look at these:
Has anyone found it creepy that the fat guy in GSC/HGSS at Ruins of Alph says: "This is a big room , but there's nothing here." Something about that creeps me out. Like, there's nothing there. Like it's a blank place with no sign of life in it. Has anyone else found that interesting and/or creepy?
(PS: Ruins of Alph creeps me out WAAAAAY more than Lavender Town. Lavender Town's my favorite place in Kanto. Old Chateau doesn't scare me at all lol.)
for some reason not many pastas are coming up
But DAMN, Cubone just became more awesome I think.
@redblue: I think that's cause this topic isn't as popular as the original. I need to get off my lazy bum and write pastas to post here, here's some Diglett for now.
(From Creepypasta Wiki & tumblr)
A creepypasta about relationship between Slowking and Shellder. What do you think, people?
I'm already kinda freaked out.
I find it creepy how Slowking gets more knowledge when Shellder injects poison into it's brain.:scared:
Here's some of my older stuff:
The Snow Fell Thick
HEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEERE'S ME AGAIN! >:3
This time I will repost a link to the "Ninetales Curse" I wrote and I'll post the "Broken Ninetales Curse", which is pretty much like Lost Silver Hidden is to Lost Silver.
Anyways, more action and less talk:
Broken Ninetales Curse
For Deviant Art users:
Broken Ninetales Curse
Its very risky for me to view this thread. I'm absolutely horrible with scary stuff, I end up staying awake all night feeling nauseous and hiding under my blanket(seriously). I get too scared to turn the night light I have in my dresser for sleepovers because I see shadows. But yet, I'm addicted to this stuff! >:
Anyway, great stories guys! Glitchlett scared me the most, but so far none have don the same effect as the time I watched "The monster under the bed" when I was 5. :D
I probably would have never known about Pokemon creepypasta until I stumbled upon this forum, honestly. I didn't even know it existed. Oddly enough, I was conducting a Google search on Old Chateau in Platinum and it somehow brought up the original discussion. I read all 70 pages in one sitting. It was some serious mindfuck because I've been a Pokefan for how long...? And I didn't know there were horror stories? I was seriously missing out! I am indeed addicted, without a doubt.
I joned because creepypasta, and was inspired to make one. My first one, enjoy =3 Warning: A bit long.
~Adventure is Tradgey~
The sickening aroma of polluted rain passed as the scenery outside changed from a wasteland to a place that perfectly defined natural paradise. The quintuplet of researchers had come all this way for an important purpose. To study what effects the Forest of Agreet had on the Pokemon who resided in the specific area. Rumors of unexplained deaths started to grow like a weak wildfire in this habitat. Reasearch about the reigon was conducted, but nothing seemed peculiar. Untill the night where beauty and wonder became fear fuel.
1973/May/19- (Scientist1) Our study would begin today. I had made sure to pack a device to use for communication, food, water, and a blade with a dull edge to slash through roots and branches which were said to hand everywhere, much like vines. All of us packed the necessary equipment, and some gullible ones, whose names I shouldn't mention, felt greedy enough to bring snacks instead of water. An hour of treking through roots, leaves, and towering growth, nothing but a rattata could be found. Perhaps if we separated, more ground would be covered and more of the Pokemon wildlife would be found. The Walkie-Talkies were removed from our bag, and we set off on our "independant" journey. As the sun scurried away, I placed the sack of survival objects behind me, and almost laid my head on it untill an insect pokemon scurried infront of me. The behavior was far from abnormal, just darting far from a giant compared to it. Ater a closer inspection, the insect's identitiy had been revealed to be a spinarak with an abnormal coloration. "Guys, I've encountered something besides a common rodent. A blue spinarak, that just zipped off somewhere else." The primitive technology made beeping and buzzing sounds every 7-9 seconds. The reasearcher laid his head back, where his pack was supposed to be, a mess of vines with red feet replaced. "Where is it now?" The excited professors on the other line of the communication device asked. Instead of an answer, the horrid sound of crushing bones followed. Then multiple screeches, which quickly became silence......
Blue plant vines cloak the Pokémon's identity in a tangled mass. It entangles anything that gets close. ~Tangela
May/20- (Scientist 2/3) Shivering like maracas, they (Scientist 2 and 3 found eachother an decided safety in numbers would be the most sensible strategy) ventured through the forest which soon became dotted with a few vines, and it had seemed to become a swamp through means unknown. A deep bellow erupted from what seemed to be below them, but a pond twice as large as both the men turned out to be the source. "We might be able to find a new species of pokemon, who cares if our clothes get spolied?" Once the men had thought the mysterious "forest" section had no secrets, they resorted to splashing and lumbering around inside mud to prevent boredom. A deep roar echoed from below once again, which seemed to hae caused the series of tremors that followed. One had fallen into the mud an started to sink. Struggling to get free only hurt his chances of escape, for his leg had been grabbed onto by the monstrous creature. It sucked him in as if it were a vaccum. The other reasearcher got swarmed by mosquitoes, but managed to get out, alive.
It makes its nest at the bottom of swamps. It will eat anything - if it is alive, Whiscash will eat it. It is extremely protective of its territory. If any foe approaches, it attacks using vicious tremors. ~Whiscash
May/20- (Scientist 4) The transmission glitched more than a defective red version, so getting a word of the news, a task harder to acomplish than surviving this mess. Nonethless, the search continued. She wasn't as guilible or un-intellegent -at times- compared to the other scientists. An odd plant seeming tohave an expression looked as if glaring at the reasearcher. A dewdrop splattered on the plant, and instead of the run-of-the-mill nothing happened, it spurted out from the groun and grew legs. She backed up, since the spores could cause paralasis if left untreated too long. She cautiously tossed a cheri berry at it. The berry landed on the mobile fungi's eye, causing a temper. Spores of a variety of colors floated out the top. Before a movement could be made, another victim slammed towards the earth.
If Shroomish senses danger, it shakes its body and scatters spores from the top of its head. This Pokémon's spores are so toxic, they make trees and weeds wilt. ~Shroomish
May/21- (Scientist 5) The remaining victim always undergoes the most torture. Even if the remaining victim turns out to be a peace-and-flower loving plant reasearcher. The scientist started to worry when the first "diseapearing" act occured. This set him on the run, just to be tormented by what he enjoys most. Plant life. A shockingly vibrant yellow flower drooped down from what seemed to be a stem. Nectar poured out from the inside. The clever reasearcher rolled up a dead leaf lying on the ground, and collected a sample of the nectar. Somehow, he tripped and the so called "nectar" accumulated on him, and burnt through his skin. Turns out the most sensible fear is your own actions.
A Bellsprout's thin and flexible body lets it bend and sway to avoid any attack, however strong it may be. From its mouth, it leaks a fluid that melts even iron. ~Bellsprout.
The remaining one, was rescued and put insie of a mental hospital. He kept rambling about something nobody could comprehend, then claimed a humongus fish knocked over his co-worker and devoured him. The victim suffered a disease that was previously unknown, and spread to all the others in the building. The whole residence was quarantined.
Inspired by everyone, I wrote a creepypasta called "Diamond Revenge". It's not true, obviously, and I really need criticism so...
So, what did ya think? Was it scary enough? Nightmare material?
Not 'zactly scary to me, but if I didn't have my abnormally sick mind, I'd lock up Falco, my staravia o3o