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02.5 - One by One
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02.5 - One by One

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This was a bad idea, Happy097 repeated for the 100th time in his head. The hallway had only seemed to become darker ever since they had split up.
“Knock Knock!” a voice suddenly echoed through the hallways.
“Who is there?” Happy097 asked. Something seemed to twitch at the other end of the hallway. Happy097 tensed, his muscles ready to hit anything within range. Happy097 thought he heard something. Maybe a footstep. He looked around himself, but nothing moved. The shadow is probably just playing tricks with me, Happy097 thought, but couldn’t shrug off the feeling of being watched.
“I am!” the voice suddenly replied. A shadow fell from the ceiling and hit Happy097 on the head. That was the last thing he remembered.

BrickAssassain7 didn’t like the darkness, even though it wasn’t absolute. A sudden chuckling was heard echoing endlessly through the hallways.
“Who is there?” BrickAssassain7 asked.
“Aww, you’re ruining my fun. I haven’t even said ‘knock knock’ yet,” the voice said in a playful tone. The chucking arose again.
“Who are you?” BrickAssassain7 asked.
“I am, who I am,” the voice replied.
“Where are you?” BrickAssassain7 asked.
“Maybe behind you, maybe in front of you, no one knows,” the voice replied. BrickAssassain7 eyed the shadows suspiciously.
“That isn’t an answer,” he complained.
“Did you expect one?” the voice asked.
“Actually, yes,” BrickAssassain7 replied. His sword was already extended, but he still tightened his grip now and then to reassure that it was still there. That he still had a weapon to defend himself. Chucking was heard again.
“Aren’t you an honest one,” the voice said.
“If there isn’t a reason for me to lie, then I’m honest,” BrickAssassain7 replied.
“True… But if there isn’t a reason to be honest, why not lie?” the voice asked.
“Because it isn’t the right thing to do,” BrickAssassain7 replied.
“Oh… Forgot that you humans have something called ethics and guilt. Luckily that isn’t hindering me anymore,” the voice said.
“If you’re not human, then what are you?” BrickAssassain7 asked, trying to continue the conversation.
“Something else. Something bigger. Something Overwhelming!” the voice said. BrickAssassain7 was just able to make out the quick movement before something hit his stomach. He collapsed on his knees in pain while trying to refuse his natural instincts of clutching the wound with his hands but rather holding onto his sword.
“So weak,” the voice muttered before BrickAssassain7 felt a bursting headache and lost consciousness.

WizardBuilds1 was walking through the hallways ever so slowly. Everytime the hallways split, he chose a random direction. He looked behind him every few seconds. His swords were ready for action, and his mind was prepared for anything that would suddenly jump out of the shadows. A short chuckle echoed through the hallways. WizardBuilds1 kept walking.
“Do you want to hear a riddle?” a voice asked. WizardBuilds1 stayed silent and began jogging silently through the hallways.
“No reply… I’ll tell you anyway: He is immortal, but is alone. He is powerful, but has lost his memories. Where is he?” the voice asked. WizardBuilds1 didn’t know from where the voice came. It echoed endlessly through the hallways. Maybe he was behind him, maybe in front of him, or maybe… WizardBuilds1 thrusted his sword upwards to confirm his suspicions.
“Wrong, guess again,” the voice said, and then chuckled again. WizardBuilds1 started to run.
“It’s no use,” the voice said. WizardBuilds1 took the next turn right and crashed against something.
“What the? Can’t you look where you’re walking,” another voice asked. It was SlimBrick1.
“Sorry,” WizardBuilds1 replied.
“Wiz? Is that you?” SlimBrick1 asked.
“Yeah,” WizardBuilds1 reassured.
“Okay. I don’t know if you know this already, but Anon is evil,” SlimBrick1 said.
“What are you talking…? Oh, I get it. Brickster convinced you, didn’t he?” WizardBuilds1 asked.
“Yes. You need to believe… wait, you met him already?” SlimBrick1 asked.
“Yep. He is a liar. We are chasing him right now,” WizardBuilds1 replied.
“You’re chasing him? Are you completely out of your mind?” SlimBrick1 asked.
“Yes… Fight each other,” the voice commented, then it chuckled again.
“Who the flip was that?” SlimBrick1 asked.
“Brickster,” WizardBuilds1 replied.
“No way!” SlimBrick1 exclaimed. The chucking grew louder until it evolved to a weird laugh, which then suddenly stopped.
“You seriously believe that that crazy maniac is Brickster?” SlimBrick1 asked.
“Yes,” WizardBuilds1 replied. There were a few seconds of silence.
“So… Let us continue our riddle,” the voice said.
“I don’t like this riddle,” SlimBrick1 said.
“Me neither,” WizardBuilds1 agreed.
“But I like it, and that’s all that matters,” the voice replied.
“Who are you?” SlimBrick1 asked, still not convinced that it was Brickster.
“I have many names. Some you know, others you don’t. I lost my identity a while ago, but I don’t care. I have already achieved immortality, so I have all the time in the world to play this game,” the voice replied.
“Are you Brickster?” SlimBrick1 asked.
“Depends on who you’re asking,” the voice replied.
“Is Anon evil?” WizardBuilds1 asked.
“Depends on the perspective,” the voice replied.
“I want to hear your opinion,” WizardBuilds1 said.
“I don’t have one. I just do as the system told me to do. It is the reason why he created me. To cause total chaos,” the voice replied.
“Are you human?” WizardBuilds1 asked.
“No anymore,” the voice replied.
“What are you?” WizardBuilds1 questioned.
“Immortal,” the voice answered.
“Stop playing and give me an answer,” WizardBuilds1 complained.
“Aww… I wanted to play a little longer… Oh well… We can’t play forever, because toys break after a while, and when you do, you have to throw them ⁄-( (⁄(⁄ ⁄-( (⁄ ,” the voice replied, his voice changing on the word ‘away’.
“What do you mean?” WizardBuilds1 asked. Chuckling replied.
“Foolish ⁄•⁄ ⁄_⁄ ⁄(⁄( ⁄-( ⁄(⁄,” the voice said, his voice changing again on the word ‘human’. WizardBuilds1 only noticed in that moment that SlimBrick1 had vanished. His heartbeat sped up. All shadows seemed like they could host something dangerous.
“Why did your voice just change?” WizardBuilds1 asked.
“Curiosity killed the cat,” the voice replied.
“What do you mean?” WizardBuilds1 asked. He suddenly felt a heavy headache. That was the last thing he remembered.

[End of 02.5]
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2 months ago
justyouraveragebuilder - Thanks!!
2 months ago
Spac3bu1lder1ol - Thanks!!
2 months ago
Is intense... hey that rhymes!
2 months ago
Jaze_Dragon & SebastianButton.lego - Thanks!!

Jaze_Dragon - Yes it does
2 months ago
BrickAssassain7 - Thanks!!
2 months ago
What did I say? No one listens to me!
I wear a golden jacket for a REASON guys, this ain’t my first rodeo!
2 months ago
Very creepy! Awesome chapter!!
1 month ago
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