Title: Vee's very vexing voyage
Description: Group #2
Vn70072 - November 15, 2010 04:54 PM (GMT)
((Yay alliterations~Group Two
The invited guests would find themselves upon the second story of the dark and creaky old house, past a corridor lined with skeletons, cut-out bats, and the flickering light of toothy jack-o-lanterns, up a staircase lined with cobwebs and lightly misted by a low-moving carpet of dry ice vapor, and finally through a door bedecked with a most irritating ghost prop that wailed eerily every time someone opened the door.
The large windows in one wall provided an excellent view of the courtyard below and the sky above. Wispy clouds passed across the night sky like ominous streaks of smoke, occasionally covering part of the silvery moon glimmering high above. The cold autumn wind blowing outside caused the skeletal trees out side to groan ominously, but perhaps the ancient wood wasn't the only
thing that was doing so...
Redtide - November 17, 2010 12:07 AM (GMT)
"Oh great, great."
He was looking like usual, and perhaps a little healthier and slightly more sanguine in complexion. He wasn't drunk, no, he wasn't, but he was looking a little less pale than he had when he crashed into the local clinic with the aid of a Trailmon. The teenager's hands slid into his pockets as he took a step into the creaky old house, half-expecting it to do something like scare him, but at the same time, expecting nothing.
What was to be feared of an old, haunted house, anyway? Even if it had a fresh coat of paint. He wasn't scared.
Ein fingered a cut-out, then bent over to look at a Jack o'Lantern, before mock frowning in amusement.
"Why destroy a perfectly good pumpkin you can make pancakes with?"
Gaijin - November 17, 2010 09:22 PM (GMT)
Garrett made his way up the sidewalk as the wind blew through the trees, making a erie sound. He also seemed to look up into the sky as he saw the wispy clouds cover the moon. It was dark out, so Garrett had been able to keep his head in check and his mind clear. He hadn't been in a haunted house for ages, and this would be the first time in the Digital World. He didn't know what to expect.
"Well, this seems to be a nice place even if it was a bit spooky. Though I have seen worse places then this. What's there to be afraid of in a house like this?" Garrett asked himself as he walked through the front door. He made his way up the stairs and stopped at a door. He decided to wait here to continue, even though the place started to fill him with a strange sense of dread.
Ramona laughed as she made her way up to the front door. Apparently, she thought of this place as a video game and the fact that the outside looked too easy to win against. It was the same reaction inside when she saw that the house wasn't even that scary. Skeleton's lined the walls and she happened to notice another boy staring at a Jack-o-Lantern. Not wanting to bother him, she walked up the stairs and stopped on the landing above. Here she sat against the wall and waited for the event to begin.
"This is gonna be fun." she said to herself as she closed her eyes for a bit.
Inarx - November 17, 2010 09:42 PM (GMT)
Mia had just arrived at an old house, probably haunted too...
Mia was shaking, she was afraid, she didn't really like the though of going in there by herself, but she didn't want to stand outside all alone either...
"C'mon Mia... You can do it! You just have to pull yourself together and run in there!" Mia said and tried to move, but her feet could as well have been nailed to the ground, she wasn't moving anywhere, before someone else came too...
//note: Mia came just after Ramona, and therefore didn't see her(or any of the others), nor hear her.//
Trial - November 17, 2010 10:05 PM (GMT)
She shivered, wondering why in the world she had accepted the invitation to come to this creepy place. Right, right. It was Halloween, and she figured the invitation was to some kind of party or a carnival or some event with lots and lots of people. Although she was hesitant to talk to strangers, the girl found herself drawn again and again to crowds. At one point she even thought that the only good thing about being alone was being able to appreciate company more when she did have them.
The girl glanced around the dimly lit room filled with cobwebs and pumpkins. Quinn remembered that when she was little, she absolutely refused to go to dark places alone. Even now... She should have been scared of these spooky decorations, but disappointment that this House didn't have the crowd she imagined overruled fear.
It was dreadfully quiet save for the muffled autumn wind. Checking her D-Ban, she saw it had been five minutes since she entered this house, and still nothing happened in this room. Quinn sighed and opened the next door, which led to a staircase. Was this the same staircase she had saw a while ago over in the other room? She couldn't tell.
"Great," she muttered. "I've no idea where I am."