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College work 2015 (descriptive writing)

College work: Pokemon Themed (descriptive writing)
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Keywords rabbit 70954, bear 26481, multiple characters 5668, fnaf 1834, animatronic 1134, descriptive 13, purple guy 11, tension building 1
As Astral wandered into the lonely forest she could hear the crack of thunder in the distance, the powerful sound hitting her ears like the cymbals of an orchestra, hoping not to get trapped in the storm Astral walked deeper into the forest and the deeper Astral got the storm stampeded closer and closer screeching through the inclement sky with its unforgiving fury. Astral came across a river that was calmly weaving in and out the trees and rocks like a snake travelling through the rocks and trees to find a place to hunt. Astral .almost mesmerized by the beauty of the tranquil stream pressed on to try and find a place to wait through the rampant storm.

After a few minutes of searching Astral found a small abandoned cabin. Even though the pestilent cabin had lots of holes and the rotting wood smelled like the dead the cabin looked like it had strong walls and roof to survive the storm so Astral cautiously entered the old cabin and readied herself for the storm, it wasn`t long after Astral entered the cabin that storm surged through the sky like a herd of stampeding bulls and the trees swayed violently to the powerful winds forcing its way through the trees like a powerful wave forcing itself up the coast smashing against the rocks and the sound of the screeching wind almost sounded like a panicking crowed running from a shootout, Astral almost deafened by the raging storm  waited out the violent storm until the silence came.
Many hours had passed and the storm had finally died down, Astral slowly left the old, creaky cabin and looked at the sky and watched the birds dance around sun pillars as they would on the forest floor singing nature’s song. As Astral walked towards the stream she could feel the inclement essence that had engulfed the air disappear and be replaced with a calm soothing melody of the winds brushing through the trees and the birds singing their songs of beauty and tranquility. After Astral had finished taking in the new atmosphere she pressed on into the peaceful forest to find the place that keeps haunting her dreams but many questions still remain unsolved in Astrals mind such as what is this place and what or who is telling her to go there but even with so many questions unsolved Astral pressed on to discover what lies ahead.

After many hours of walking Astral began to feel a certain uneasiness slowly prowl through the air like a tiger stalking its prey, The sky darkened and the trees began to lose their life and beauty turning into shells deprived of life and dead ahead in the deep soulless mist was the building of her dreams and nightmares. As Astral approached the old, decrepit building she noticed a sign on the door that said “Closed due to…” Astral couldn`t make out the last word as the sign had corroded away meaning that the building must`ve been closed for a very long time but when Astral saw this building in her dreams the place shifted from this dark and miserable place to a colourful paradise where children could come eat, play and sing, but comparing it to the actual thing was far more creepier than she could imagine, but even though the building had a very unsettling atmosphere Astral looked around the building for a way in.

After a few minutes Astral came across a shattered window that was covered by a cracked piece of wood which looked like it could by kicked in so Astral walked up to the shattered window and with one powerful kick obliterated the board into lots of tiny pieces and looked into the dark creepy room, upon closer inspection into the room Astral could see a series of robotic heads placed neatly along an old, dingy shelf, Astral could make out three animal designs for the heads a bear, rabbit and a chick they had a unsettling feeling around them as if they were alive, watching and waiting for Astral to enter the eerie room.

Just then Astral heard voices in her head repeating letters in a specific order saying “S-A-V-E T-H-E-M” all of a sudden a loud hellish scream echoed throughout the forest like a lone wolf howling to a full lit moon and with a little hesitation Astral entered the building not knowing what hellish nightmares awaited her in this desolate place.
The room was almost pitch black and Astral could only just work out the walls and the animatronic heads on the shelves but she could sense that something wasn`t right, like something was watching her in the shadows thinking, waiting. Astral stumbled around the dark room trying to find a light switch but then she tripped and fell to the cold hard floor. After falling to the floor Astral realised that there were large animal like footprints in the dust on the floor, that’s when she heard robotic sounds coming from the other room then suddenly a tall animatronic rabbit stood at the door staring straight into Astrals eyes with its red, soulless eyes. Astral was almost frozen in place with fear from the tall purple rabbit, she managed to rush to her feet and get a good look at the animatronic, it stood around about 5 maybe 6 feet tall, even taller if you count the ears, the animatronic was covered in holes and dried blood and had soulless red eyes that could pierce through the dark like stars in the night sky. Suddenly the animatronic started to speak a series of letters in a systematic form saying “S-A-V-E U-S” then the animatronic began to walk towards Astral one thud after another, Astral, filled with fear and begun to look for an exit but the window she had gone through had disappeared and where the window once stood was the words “It`s me” written in blood. Astral quickly looked around the dark room looking for an escape route then she saw a way past the rabbit animatronic and as the rabbit drew closer she bolted past the bot and shot through the door faster than a cheetah chasing its pray.

After her close encounter with the animatronic Astral found herself in an old run down room with tables, chairs and two broken stages, Astral started to look for an exit from the lonesome room but most of the doors were either locked or shut until she came across a small hallway with a dim light at the end of it, Astral cautiously approached the dim light and saw it was coming from a thick metal door that had a small gap at the bottom of it just big enough for Astral to fit through so she went and crawled through the gap only to be met by a chair and a computer with camera screens on it, other than that the room was empty with two doors, two windows and four rotting walls. As Astral look at the screen she could hear a music box playing and it was getting louder until the light suddenly went out and a series of animatronic faces of a rabbit and a bear, all of a sudden there was a sudden bang from behind Astral but just before she could turn around she felt a sudden pain shoot through her back and chest then she heard the same series of letters she heard before she entered this desolate place and a mysterious voice right after saying “You can`t” Astral looked down to see a rusted metal pipe sticking through her chest and as the very reality that was drifting away from her she saw a person in a guards outfit with a face of purple staring down at her, smiling.

Since that day no one has seen Astral or even heard from her and where the forsaken building stood was a lone tree stood where the building once stood with the words “It`s me” engraved into its bark.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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I did this for a college course a while back and i had no clue how to upload it back then XD

so here it is, i am always open to good constructive critism so feel free to comment

Keywords
rabbit 70,954, bear 26,481, multiple characters 5,668, fnaf 1,834, animatronic 1,134, descriptive 13, purple guy 11, tension building 1
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Type: Writing - Document
Published: 3 years, 2 months ago
Rating: Mature

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