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19th May '14 7:41:47 PM Aiguille
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Nightmare Fuel in a FanFic based on [[Franchise/SailorMoon Sailor Moon]]. Pshtt! Don’t be ridi…[[NightmareFuel/SailorMoon Oh.]] Actually, more likely than you’d think.

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Nightmare Fuel in a FanFic based on [[Franchise/SailorMoon Sailor Moon]]. ''Franchise/SailorMoon.'' Pshtt! Don’t be ridi…[[NightmareFuel/SailorMoon Oh.]] Actually, more likely than you’d think.
1st Dec '13 6:53:16 AM KISSlover888
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Nightmare Fuel in a FanFic based on [[Franchise/SailorMoon Sailor Moon]]. Pshtt! Don’t be ridi…[[OhCrap Oh.]] Actually, more likely than you’d think.

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Nightmare Fuel in a FanFic based on [[Franchise/SailorMoon Sailor Moon]]. Pshtt! Don’t be ridi…[[OhCrap ridi…[[NightmareFuel/SailorMoon Oh.]] Actually, more likely than you’d think.
16th May '13 11:35:32 AM TheKeeperofJustice
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** Luna ends up in a hedge maze [[spoiler: where she encounters Zero's Bleeding Tree and later, '''A Weeping Angel'''. Meep.]]
** Sailor V winds up in a cave [[spoiler: and later a cage in a kitchen where two large pig-men cook people into meals. She ends up having to fight her way free, almost getting cut to ribbons several times.]]
16th May '13 11:32:45 AM TheKeeperofJustice
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* The Land of Black Leaves, period. [[spoiler: It's a nightmarish DarkWorld that's in many ways like a bizarro-universe Wonderland. Only instead of meeting silly persons like the white rabbit or The Mad Hatter, it's filled with creepypasta locations and monsters. The basic look of the setting is a gray landscape that looks like it's inside an old black and white movie, but it's eternally night with a blood red moon always overhead. The Rake successfully lures our heroes (Moon, Salor V, Luna, and Mask) into coming through the gateway, and then things go FromBadToWorse. It turns out that via cruel twist that The Rake is one of the lords of this realm and has direct control over reality itself. He uses his ability to bend reality to split the group up by transporting them all to different locations where they have to fend for themselves against various [[EldritchAbomination eldritch abominations]].]]

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* The Land of Black Leaves, period. [[spoiler: It's a nightmarish DarkWorld that's in many ways like a bizarro-universe Wonderland. Only instead of meeting silly persons like the white rabbit or The Mad Hatter, it's filled with creepypasta locations and monsters. The basic look of the setting is a gray landscape that looks like it's inside an old black and white movie, but it's eternally night with a blood red moon always overhead. The Rake successfully lures our heroes (Moon, Salor V, Luna, and Mask) into coming through the gateway, and then things go FromBadToWorse. It turns out that via cruel twist that The Rake is one of the lords of this realm and has direct control over reality itself.itself within The Land of Black Leaves. He uses his ability to bend reality to split the group up by transporting them all to different locations where they have to fend for themselves against various [[EldritchAbomination eldritch abominations]].]]
16th May '13 7:09:44 AM TheKeeperofJustice
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** Phantom Mask [[spoiler: ends up in [[http://inuscreepystuff.blogspot.com/2011/03/lightless-city.html The Lightless City]], where the Eyeless Children gang up on him and try to take his eyes!]]

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** Phantom Mask [[spoiler: ends up in [[http://inuscreepystuff.blogspot.com/2011/03/lightless-city.html The Lightless City]], where the Eyeless Children gang up on him and try to take his eyes!]]
eyes after he refuses to "take anyone's light"!]]
16th May '13 7:08:54 AM TheKeeperofJustice
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** Phantom Mask [[spoiler: ends up in [[http://inuscreepystuff.blogspot.com/2011/03/lightless-city.html The Lightless City]], where the Eyeless Children gang up on him and try to take his eyes!]]
16th May '13 7:04:59 AM TheKeeperofJustice
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** Oh, it gets even worse than that. [[spoiler: Shortly, after The Rake's resurrection, he opens a gateway to another dimension, a DarkWorld called ''The Land of Black Leaves''. This place is like a bizarro-universe Wonderland, a random place where reality makes no sense, only instead of coming across silly persons like The Mad Hatter or The Hare, it's filled to the brim with creepypasta locations and monsters, and a frikkin' Weeping Angel]].
** Oh, yeah, did we mention that the basic look of The Land of Black Leaves is that the landscape looks gray, as if inside an old black 'n' white movie, but it's eternally night with a blood red moon hanging overhead. Sounds ''real'' pleasant, doesn't it?
* The Land of Black Leaves, period. [[spoiler: As mentioned above, it's a nightmarish DarkWorld populated by nightmares, figuratively speaking (literally, after you get done reading about it). The Rake successfully lures out heroes into coming through the gateway, and then things go FromBadToWorse. It turns out that via cruel twist that The Rake is one of the lords of this realm and has direct control over reality itself. He uses his ability to bend reality to split the group up by transporting them all to different locations, and they have to fend for themselves as they're confronted by various [[EldritchAbomination eldritch abominations]].]]

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** Oh, it gets even worse than that. [[spoiler: Shortly, after The Rake's resurrection, he opens a gateway to another dimension, a DarkWorld called ''The Land of Black Leaves''. This place is like a bizarro-universe Wonderland, a random place where reality makes no sense, only instead of coming across silly persons like The Mad Hatter or The Hare, it's filled to the brim with creepypasta locations and monsters, and a frikkin' Weeping Angel]].\n** Oh, yeah, did we mention that the basic look of The Land of Black Leaves is that the landscape looks gray, as if inside an old black 'n' white movie, but it's eternally night with a blood red moon hanging overhead. Sounds ''real'' pleasant, doesn't it?\n]].
* The Land of Black Leaves, period. [[spoiler: As mentioned above, it's It's a nightmarish DarkWorld populated by nightmares, figuratively speaking (literally, after you get done reading about it). that's in many ways like a bizarro-universe Wonderland. Only instead of meeting silly persons like the white rabbit or The Mad Hatter, it's filled with creepypasta locations and monsters. The basic look of the setting is a gray landscape that looks like it's inside an old black and white movie, but it's eternally night with a blood red moon always overhead. The Rake successfully lures out our heroes (Moon, Salor V, Luna, and Mask) into coming through the gateway, and then things go FromBadToWorse. It turns out that via cruel twist that The Rake is one of the lords of this realm and has direct control over reality itself. He uses his ability to bend reality to split the group up by transporting them all to different locations, and locations where they have to fend for themselves as they're confronted by against various [[EldritchAbomination eldritch abominations]].]]
16th May '13 6:58:09 AM TheKeeperofJustice
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** That sounds about right. [[spoiler: According to a web series titled ''EverymanHybrid'', which also features The Rake, ''cutting the scuttler's head off'' still didn't kill him.]]
16th May '13 6:57:28 AM TheKeeperofJustice
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16th May '13 6:57:15 AM TheKeeperofJustice
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* You'd think all the terror concerning The Rake would end after Usagi's been awakened into Warrior Moon, [[spoiler: but no, it turns out that Mr. Rake can resurrect himself using the corpses of his victims as replacement vessels. He comes back during an autopsy, and attacks the police and morgue workers. That's right. ''Even killing The Rake isn't good enough to get rid of him!'']]

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* ** You'd think all the terror concerning The Rake would end after Usagi's been awakened into Warrior Moon, [[spoiler: but no, it turns out that Mr. Rake can resurrect himself using the corpses of his victims as replacement vessels. He comes back during an autopsy, and attacks the police and morgue workers. That's right. ''Even killing The Rake isn't good enough to get rid of him!'']]
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