History NightmareFuel / MermaidSwamp

7th Nov '15 4:24:17 PM LadyYuki
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* The bad ending "Yaobikuni". [[spoiler: Rin ends up locked where the mermaids are for several days, so she ends up eating the flesh of one of the mermaids out of starvation. And then we see Rin, with bloodshot eyes, her mouth covered in blood and flesh, while repeating [[MadnessMantra Madness Mantras]] all the while. The old Tsuchida lets her go and convinces her that she's become immortal due to eating the mermaid flesh. Rin then starts running across the forest, LaughingMad all the while. It should be noted that, by now, all her friends are dead and she is suffering severe SanitySlippage]]. Eeek.

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* The bad ending "Yaobikuni". [[spoiler: Rin ends up is caught and locked up in the same room where the mermaids are for are, and after several days, so days of increasing starvation she ends up resorts to eating the flesh pieces of one their flesh. We're treated to a lovely scene of the mermaids out of starvation. And then we see Rin, a delirious and starving Rin with bloodshot eyes, her mouth covered in blood and flesh, while repeating stained with blood, [[MadnessMantra Madness Mantras]] all muttering nonsensically to herself]]. By the while. The time old Tsuchida finally lets her go and convinces out, she's gone utterly insane. Convinced his dark secret is safe, he tells her that because she has eaten mermaid flesh, she's become immortal due to eating the mermaid flesh. immortal. Rin then starts running across runs away through the forest, LaughingMad all the while. It should be noted that, by now, laughing maniacally, with all her friends are dead and she is suffering severe SanitySlippage]]. her sanity in pieces.]] Eeek.
19th Jul '13 5:48:22 PM shade6116
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** Even moreso, TheReveal. There [[spoiler: is no actual mermaid, the mermaid's legend is based on events involving young women being kidnapped for precisely the same reason by the Tsuchidas, a BigScrewedUpFamily with a fixation for girls underwater. They kindnap them and force them to live in water tanks, as they love the sight of seeing them underwater. Eventually this destroyed their health and they died, but the Tsuchida men loved them nonetheless. The tale of the mermaid is an attempt of the Tsuchida women to keep outsiders away from their estate, so they won't end up as victims of the family's fixation.]]

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** Even moreso, TheReveal. There [[spoiler: is no actual mermaid, the mermaid's legend is based on events involving young women being kidnapped for precisely the same reason by the Tsuchidas, a BigScrewedUpFamily with a fixation for girls underwater. They kindnap kidnap them and force them to live in water tanks, as they love the sight of seeing them underwater. Eventually this destroyed their health and they died, but the Tsuchida men loved them nonetheless. The tale of the mermaid is an attempt of the Tsuchida women to keep outsiders away from their estate, so they won't end up as victims of the family's fixation.]]
13th Jul '13 3:32:56 PM CoolerKitten
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* The tale of the mermaid. A man kidnaps a mermaid because he has fallen in love with her and makes her live in a tank with swamp water. This ends very poorly for the mermaid, as the swamp water damages her and becomes ugly.
** Even moreso, TheReveal. There [[spoiler: is no actual mermaid, the mermaid's legend is based on events involving young women being kidnapped for precisely the same reason by the Tsuchidas, a BigScrewedUpFamily with a fixation for girls underwater. They kindnap them and force them to live in water tanks, as they love the sight of seeing them underwater. Eventually this destroyed their health and died, but the Tsuchida men loved them nonetheless. The tale of the mermaid is an attempt of the Tsuchida women to keep outsiders away from their state, so they won't end up as victims of the family's fixation.]]

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* The tale of the mermaid. A man kidnaps a mermaid because he has fallen in love with her and makes her live in a tank with swamp water. This ends very poorly for the mermaid, as the swamp water damages her health and she becomes ugly.
ugly.
** Even moreso, TheReveal. There [[spoiler: is no actual mermaid, the mermaid's legend is based on events involving young women being kidnapped for precisely the same reason by the Tsuchidas, a BigScrewedUpFamily with a fixation for girls underwater. They kindnap them and force them to live in water tanks, as they love the sight of seeing them underwater. Eventually this destroyed their health and they died, but the Tsuchida men loved them nonetheless. The tale of the mermaid is an attempt of the Tsuchida women to keep outsiders away from their state, estate, so they won't end up as victims of the family's fixation.]]



* [[spoiler: Whatever posseses both Yuuta and Seitaro near the end of the game. Yuuta starts acting perverted concerning the swollen Yuka, and eventually becomes violent; depending on the story path he either kills himself or chases Rin with a knife, olny stopping if you manage to destroy all the Ophelia paintings. Seitaro, meanwhile, tries to hug Rin, and depending of the action you can push him or hug him back (leading to a NonStandardGameOver, in which Seitaro knocks her down and by the time Rin wokes up, he is drowning her to death in the bathtub). If you push him away, he will chase Rin with an axe. If Rin decides to dodge the attack, he falls through the floor and ends up with the axe in his own chest. He comes back to his senses and thinks having an axe in him is not a dignified way to go, so he makes Rin pull the axe out and then he goes out to the swamp to drown himself.]]
* The bad ending "Yaobikuni". [[spoiler: Rin ends up locked where the mermaids are for several days, so she ends up eating the flesh of one of the mermaids out of starvation. And then we see Rin, with bloodshot eyes, her mouth covered in blood and flesh, while repeating [[MadnessMantra Madness Mantras]] all the while. The old Tsuchida lets her go and convinces her that she's become immortal due to eating the mermaid flesh. Rin then starts running across the forest, LaughingMad all the while. It should be noted that, by now, all her friends are dead and she has reached the SanitySlippage]]. Eeek.
* The bad ending "Secrets".

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* [[spoiler: Whatever posseses both Yuuta and Seitaro near the end of the game. Yuuta starts acting perverted concerning the swollen Yuka, and eventually becomes violent; depending on the story path he either kills himself or chases Rin with a knife, olny only stopping if you manage to destroy all the Ophelia paintings. Seitaro, meanwhile, tries to hug Rin, and depending of the action you can push him or hug him back (leading back. (Hugging him leads to a NonStandardGameOver, in which Seitaro knocks her down out and by the time Rin wokes wakes up, he is drowning her to death in the bathtub). If you push him away, he will chase Rin with an axe. If Rin decides to dodge the attack, he falls through the floor and ends up with the axe in his own chest. He comes back to his senses and thinks having an axe in him is not a dignified way to go, so he makes Rin pull the axe out and then he goes out to the swamp to drown himself.]]
* The bad ending "Yaobikuni". [[spoiler: Rin ends up locked where the mermaids are for several days, so she ends up eating the flesh of one of the mermaids out of starvation. And then we see Rin, with bloodshot eyes, her mouth covered in blood and flesh, while repeating [[MadnessMantra Madness Mantras]] all the while. The old Tsuchida lets her go and convinces her that she's become immortal due to eating the mermaid flesh. Rin then starts running across the forest, LaughingMad all the while. It should be noted that, by now, all her friends are dead and she has reached the is suffering severe SanitySlippage]]. Eeek.
* The bad ending "Secrets". [[spoiler:Seitaro dies, Rin commits suicide to be with him again, and Yuuta gets shot to prevent him from telling what happened, leaving poor Yuka to AFateWorseThanDeath.]]
11th Jul '13 7:12:18 AM Moko-tan
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* The bad ending "Yaobikuni". [[spoiler: Rin ends up locked where the mermaids are for several days, so she ends up eating the flesh of one of the mermaids out of starvation. And then we see Rin, with bloodshot eyes, her mouth covered in blood and flesh, while repeating [[MadnessMantra Madness Mantras]] all the while. The old Tsuchida lets her go and convinces her that she's become immortal due to eating the mermaid flesh. Rin then starts running across the forest, LaughingMad all the while. It should be noted that, by now, all her friends are dead and she has reached the SnaitySlippage]]. Eeek.

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* The bad ending "Yaobikuni". [[spoiler: Rin ends up locked where the mermaids are for several days, so she ends up eating the flesh of one of the mermaids out of starvation. And then we see Rin, with bloodshot eyes, her mouth covered in blood and flesh, while repeating [[MadnessMantra Madness Mantras]] all the while. The old Tsuchida lets her go and convinces her that she's become immortal due to eating the mermaid flesh. Rin then starts running across the forest, LaughingMad all the while. It should be noted that, by now, all her friends are dead and she has reached the SnaitySlippage]]. Eeek.SanitySlippage]]. Eeek.
* The bad ending "Secrets".
11th Jul '13 7:11:42 AM Moko-tan
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*The bad ending "Yaobikuni". [[spoiler: Rin ends up locked where the mermaids are for several days, so she ends up eating the flesh of one of the mermaids out of starvation. And then we see Rin, with bloodshot eyes, her mouth covered in blood and flesh, while repeating [[MadnessMantra Madness Mantras]] all the while. The old Tsuchida lets her go and convinces her that she's become immortal due to eating the mermaid flesh. Rin then starts running across the forest, LaughingMad all the while. It should be noted that, by now, all her friends are dead and she has reached the SnaitySlippage]]. Eeek.
11th Jul '13 7:06:36 AM Moko-tan
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11th Jul '13 7:06:05 AM Moko-tan
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[[caption-width-right:252:Being in the water is a lot less fun when you are kept in a water tank because of [[spoiler: the fixations of a BigScrewedUpFamily]]]]
11th Jul '13 6:57:37 AM Moko-tan
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** Even moreso, TheReveal. There [[spoiler: is no actual mermaid, the mermaid's legend is based on events involving young women being kidnapped for precisely the same reason by the Tsuchidas, a BigScrewedUp Family with a fixation for girls underwater. They kindnap them and force them to live in water tanks, as they love the sight of seeing them underwater. Eventually this destroyed their health and died, but the Tsuchida men loved them nonetheless.

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** Even moreso, TheReveal. There [[spoiler: is no actual mermaid, the mermaid's legend is based on events involving young women being kidnapped for precisely the same reason by the Tsuchidas, a BigScrewedUp Family BigScrewedUpFamily with a fixation for girls underwater. They kindnap them and force them to live in water tanks, as they love the sight of seeing them underwater. Eventually this destroyed their health and died, but the Tsuchida men loved them nonetheless. The tale of the mermaid is an attempt of the Tsuchida women to keep outsiders away from their state, so they won't end up as victims of the family's fixation.]]
11th Jul '13 6:53:29 AM Moko-tan
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** Even moreso, TheReveal. There [[spoiler: is no actual mermaid, the mermaid's legend is based on events involving young women being kidnapped for precisely the same reason by the Tsuchidas, a Big Screwed-Up Family with a fixation for girls underwater. They kindnap them and force them to live in water tanks, as they love the sight of seeing them underwater. Eventually this destroyed their health and died, but the Tsuchida men loved them nonetheless.

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** Even moreso, TheReveal. There [[spoiler: is no actual mermaid, the mermaid's legend is based on events involving young women being kidnapped for precisely the same reason by the Tsuchidas, a Big Screwed-Up BigScrewedUp Family with a fixation for girls underwater. They kindnap them and force them to live in water tanks, as they love the sight of seeing them underwater. Eventually this destroyed their health and died, but the Tsuchida men loved them nonetheless.



* Yuka's illness after she arrives into the house. Her whole body starts [[spoiler: swelling up horribly. Couple this with some unnerving [[ScareChord Scare Chords]] and you've got the player completely freaked out.

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* Yuka's illness after she arrives into the house. Her whole body starts [[spoiler: swelling up horribly.horribly]]. Couple this with some unnerving [[ScareChord Scare Chords]] and you've got the player completely freaked out.



** Even more so, the fact that [[spoiler: he actually wants Rin to save the "mermaids", as he is unable to do so. In the Good Ending, where her friends are still alive and she keeps her cool, he lets her and her friends go and even helps Yuuta the way to return home. If Rin's friends died and she has crossed the HeroicBSOD, well...depending of the ending, he keeps her locked until she reaches SnaitySlippage, shoots Yuuta to death or becomes a bystander, watching as Rin slowly loses herself and drives herself to suicide.]]

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** Even more so, the fact that [[spoiler: he actually wants Rin to save the "mermaids", as he is unable to do so. In the Good Ending, where her friends are still alive and she keeps her cool, he lets her and her friends go and even helps Yuuta the way to return home. If Rin's friends died and she has crossed the HeroicBSOD, well...depending of the ending, he keeps her locked until she reaches SnaitySlippage, SanitySlippage, shoots Yuuta to death or becomes a bystander, watching as Rin slowly loses herself and drives herself to suicide.]]
11th Jul '13 6:52:32 AM Moko-tan
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*The tale of the mermaid. A man kidnaps a mermaid because he has fallen in love with her and makes her live in a tank with swamp water. This ends very poorly for the mermaid, as the swamp water damages her and becomes ugly.
** Even moreso, TheReveal. There [[spoiler: is no actual mermaid, the mermaid's legend is based on events involving young women being kidnapped for precisely the same reason by the Tsuchidas, a Big Screwed-Up Family with a fixation for girls underwater. They kindnap them and force them to live in water tanks, as they love the sight of seeing them underwater. Eventually this destroyed their health and died, but the Tsuchida men loved them nonetheless.
*All the [[JumpScare JumpScares]] when Rin is travelling across the old mansion.
*Yuka's illness after she arrives into the house. Her whole body starts [[spoiler: swelling up horribly. Couple this with some unnerving [[ScareChord Scare Chords]] and you've got the player completely freaked out.
*[[spoiler: Whatever posseses both Yuuta and Seitaro near the end of the game. Yuuta starts acting perverted concerning the swollen Yuka, and eventually becomes violent; depending on the story path he either kills himself or chases Rin with a knife, olny stopping if you manage to destroy all the Ophelia paintings. Seitaro, meanwhile, tries to hug Rin, and depending of the action you can push him or hug him back (leading to a NonStandardGameOver, in which Seitaro knocks her down and by the time Rin wokes up, he is drowning her to death in the bathtub). If you push him away, he will chase Rin with an axe. If Rin decides to dodge the attack, he falls through the floor and ends up with the axe in his own chest. He comes back to his senses and thinks having an axe in him is not a dignified way to go, so he makes Rin pull the axe out and then he goes out to the swamp to drown himself.]]
*The fact that the [[spoiler: old man Tsuchida, in the Good Ending, it is revealed that part of him felt bad for what his family had done to the "mermaids" and wanted to free them from their suffering, while part of him was attracted to them as well.]] ItRunsInTheFamily.
**Even more so, the fact that [[spoiler: he actually wants Rin to save the "mermaids", as he is unable to do so. In the Good Ending, where her friends are still alive and she keeps her cool, he lets her and her friends go and even helps Yuuta the way to return home. If Rin's friends died and she has crossed the HeroicBSOD, well...depending of the ending, he keeps her locked until she reaches SnaitySlippage, shoots Yuuta to death or becomes a bystander, watching as Rin slowly loses herself and drives herself to suicide.]]
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