NuclearStudent's Story Repository

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Re: NuclearStudent's Story Repository

Post by brythain » Thu Nov 07, 2019 6:10 am

NuclearStudent wrote:
Thu Oct 31, 2019 5:44 pm
Mirage_GSM wrote:
Thu Oct 31, 2019 12:24 pm
I have no idea what I have just read - I didn't finish reading - but it seems to fit in well with the "dream" theme of this batch's stories.
Though in this case it's probably more drug-induced hallucinations...
I'm not sure why all of us turned in dream-like entries. I know that I had an incredibly stressful last few weeks and was totally incapable of completing anything except for morally degenerate literature. Crafty mentioned that he'd also had an extremely draining time, which perhaps had the opposite effect of encouraging a lovely and strangely serene atmosphere. Brythian was perhaps Brythian as usual, and so was Normie. It may have been simple coincidence, or perhaps something about this community and time of year which caused a sort of convergence. We were in contact with each other, so perhaps something about our conversations triggered a mass insanity.
Don't drag me into this. I am —so— after the dream.

In other news, Nuke, your poetry is algorithmically improving.
Post-Yamaku, what happens? After The Dream is a mosaic that follows everyone to the (sometimes) bitter end.
Main Index (Complete)Shizune/Lilly/Emi/Hanako/Rin/Misha + Miki + Natsume
Secondary Arcs: Rika/Mutou/AkiraHideaki | Others (WIP): Straw—A Dream of SuzuSakura—The Kenji Saga.
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Re: NuclearStudent's Story Repository

Post by Razoredge » Fri Nov 08, 2019 6:00 am

This is one of the Rinish things I've ever read. That was great, I really liked this poem, even if I didn't understand some little things, maybe because it's Rinish.
Lilly = Akira > Miki = Hanako > Emi > Rin > Shizune

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Re: NuclearStudent's Story Repository

Post by NuclearStudent » Mon Feb 03, 2020 1:49 am

Index


my brain is fried, please have something that looks like a story

BLUE SWEET BLUE

INCIDENT REPORT

On July 13th, 2008, a young adult male was found dead on the railway connecting Yamaku Preserve Station to Sendai Station. The presence of empty pupal casings suggest that the body had been decaying for approximately forty-eight hours. No wounds or unusual markings on the body were found.

CCTV footage of the subject or an individual visually indistinguishable from the subject was found from the nearby railway station, dating to three hours before the discovery of the subject. It is also noted that the trains on those rails are known to run every thirty-seven minutes, and no interruptions of service nor obstructions on the track were noted by train operators.

At 7:23 PM, the subject was observed walking into view, standing in front of the warning line, and waiting with a train-ticket in hand. He was dressed in a high school uniform belonging to an unknown institution, a brown-yellow scarf, and a pair of thick glasses for the treatment of extreme nearsightedness. A cracked watch was visible on his left arm. He tapped his left foot as he waited.

At 7:34 PM, the train arrived on schedule. The subject entered the train, then stopped and stood still in the entryway. He then stepped backwards out of the train with an agitated expression on his face, pointing and gesturing at something within the train. The subject continued to reverse until he fell backwards onto the ground and lay still. At 7:44 PM, an unknown force or person dragged the subject away from view of the CCTV camera.

The clothing of the individual caught on footage was identical to the clothing found on the body, with no signs of dragging or rough handling. No identification or money was found. No fingerprints, foreign DNA, or signs of contact by other human beings was detected. No missing-person reports have been filed, and no high school in the region has had any missing students who are unaccounted for.

INCIDENT REPORT

On July 13th, 2008, a young adult male was found dead on the railway connecting Yamaku Preserve Station to Sendai Station. The state of decomposition suggested that the body had been left decaying for at least a week. Signs of self-inflicted wounding of the eyes was present, such as blood and ocular jelly on the fingernails. Other than the eyes, no wounds or unusual markings on the body were found.

CCTV footage of the subject or an individual visually indistinguishable from the subject was found from the nearby railway station, dating to three hours before the discovery of the subject. It is also noted that the trains on those rails are known to run every thirty-four minutes, and no interruptions of service nor obstructions on the track were noted by train operators.

At 7:23 PM, the subject was observed running into view, standing in front of the warning line, and waiting with a train-ticket in hand. He was dressed in torn high school uniform belonging to an unknown institution, a brown-yellow scarf, and a pair of broken thick glasses for the treatment of extreme near sightedness. A cracked watch was visible on his left arm. The subject appeared highly agitated, pacing back and forth across the station.

At 7:31 PM, the train arrived on schedule. The subject stared at the door of the train and held his fists up in front of his face. When the door of the train opened, the subject stepped backwards and appeared to speak. The subject then fell over abruptly. At 7:44 PM, an unknown force or person dragged the subject away from view of the CCTV camera.

The clothing of the individual caught on footage was identical to the clothing found on the body, except for stones and other debris indicating that the body had been dragged to the final site. No fingerprints or foreign DNA were detected. No missing-person reports have been filed, and no high school in the region has had any missing students who are unaccounted for.

A number of Japanese passports were discovered inside the subject’s school uniform, none of them matching any known individuals. The names on all passports were removed by cutting, and the portraits are distorted in size and shape. The origin and authenticity of these documents remain to be verified. Also discovered were a series of handwritten notes apparently written by the subject, purporting that a subversive feminist council existed and was hunting the subject with deadly intent.

INCIDENT REPORT

On July 13th, 2008, a young adult male was found dead on the railway connecting Yamaku Preserve Station to Sendai Station. The state of decomposition suggested that the body had been left decaying for at least a month. Signs of self-inflicted wounding of the eyes was present, such as blood and ocular jelly on the fingernails. Other than the eyes, no wounds or unusual markings on the body were found.

CCTV footage of the subject or an individual visually indistinguishable from the subject was found from the nearby railway station, dating to three hours before the discovery of the subject. It is also noted that the trains on those rails are known to run every twenty-nine minutes, and no interruptions of service nor obstructions on the track were noted by train operators.

At 7:23 PM, the subject was observed running into view, standing in front of the warning line, and waiting with a train-ticket in hand. He was dressed in torn high school uniform belonging to an unknown institution, a brown-yellow scarf, and a pair of broken metal glasses. A warped metal band was visible on his left arm.

Immediately afterwards, the train arrived on schedule. The subject rushed the door of the train as soon as it opened, but was then repulsed. A young woman with blue hair then exited the train, walked towards the subject, and kicked up. The subject attempted to stagger upwards multiple times, but eventually collapsed under the weight of blows delivered by the young woman.

At 7:44 PM, the young woman with blue hair dragged the subject away from view of the CCTV camera. No fingerprints or foreign DNA were detected on the subject’s body. A number of Japanese passports were discovered inside the subject’s school uniform, all of them matching police officers assigned to Sendai force. Notes were found in the subject’s pockets, which detail the structure and political philosophy of our guiding council.

COMMENDATIONS

On July 13th, 2008, Shizune Hakamichi, student member of the policing cadets, was credited with the discovery of deviancy and the termination of a potential threat. Hakamichi discovered concealed records and documentation belonging to the test subject which had the potential to compromise operations in the Sendai region. Of her own initiative, and at great personal risk, she tracked down the subject and used her issued self-defense equipment to eliminate the threat.

The body of the former test subject was delivered to the designated dumping site on the railway connecting Yamaku Preserve station to Sendai Station. Timeline effects are expected to be minimal. For her loyal service, Hakamichi has earned mentions-in-despatches and “promote above peers” status.
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Re: NuclearStudent's Story Repository

Post by brythain » Mon Feb 03, 2020 2:42 am

Three incidents makes a coincidence. Some proofreading needed (e.g. 'detailled' and 'self-defenes') but it is truly like something from a computer game. Needs more work, needs a whole universe of backstory. Fun.
Post-Yamaku, what happens? After The Dream is a mosaic that follows everyone to the (sometimes) bitter end.
Main Index (Complete)Shizune/Lilly/Emi/Hanako/Rin/Misha + Miki + Natsume
Secondary Arcs: Rika/Mutou/AkiraHideaki | Others (WIP): Straw—A Dream of SuzuSakura—The Kenji Saga.
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Re: NuclearStudent's Story Repository

Post by NuclearStudent » Mon Feb 03, 2020 3:15 am

Thanks, Bry. I've yet to release a single story without any SPaG errors. This time, I forgot to use spell-checker at all.

this story, of course, is a meticulously plotted expansion of the iron sockey cinematic universe

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Re: NuclearStudent's Story Repository

Post by Mirage_GSM » Mon Feb 03, 2020 11:23 am

So... I'm not sure why they apparently use time manipulation equipment to have the body rot for a while before dumping him - or for that matter why they kill him three times :lol:
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Re: NuclearStudent's Story Repository

Post by PsychicSpy » Mon Feb 03, 2020 1:42 pm

I enjoyed this. Very intriguing to me, had me checking back in earlier paragraphs to see what had changed and what hadn't changed.

SPaG errors, as pointed out earlier, but other than that, nice work!
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Re: NuclearStudent's Story Repository

Post by NuclearStudent » Mon Feb 03, 2020 3:37 pm

Mirage_GSM wrote:
Mon Feb 03, 2020 11:23 am
So... I'm not sure why they apparently use time manipulation equipment to have the body rot for a while before dumping him - or for that matter why they kill him three times :lol:
to extract the documents from his slice in minkowski space, obviously. death is like a solvent, used to drain information from captives. this makes a great deal of sense and is very well thought out

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