History YMMV / Unsounded

3rd May '16 3:47:09 PM TedEldritch
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* CompleteMonster: Arctrit Ramora, [[OnlyKnownByTheirNickname known almost exclusively as Starfish]], is the leader of the Red Berry Boys, a criminal gang that kidnaps people, vivisects them, and replaces their organs with First Silver, which they then smuggle across the country. The procedure leaves their victims alive, but [[AndIMustScream in a constant state of agony]], the Silver feeding off their pain and gradually turning them into a gigantic monstrosity. Since Starfish is paid by the body, not by the amount of Silver in each body, [[WouldHurtAChild he targets children for the procedure]] to stretch out his supply and weasel extra money out of his employers. Starfish has [[LackOfEmpathy no empathy for anyone]], including [[BadBoss his own men]]. When one of them is grievously injured and begs for help, Starfish simply smiles and caves in the man's skull. After [[AntiVillain Quigley]] outlives his usefulness, Starfish goes back on his promise to release his child captives, tries to have Quigley drowned while forcing the man's son, Matty, to watch, and states Matty will undergo the procedure as well. Starfish is also a child molester, and, after knifing a prostitute who interferes, attempts to kidnap the seemingly ageless child protagonist, Sette, as a SexSlave for himself.

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* CompleteMonster: Arctrit Ramora, [[OnlyKnownByTheirNickname known almost exclusively as Starfish]], is the leader of the Red Berry Boys, a criminal gang that kidnaps people, vivisects them, and replaces their organs with First Silver, which they then smuggle across the country. The procedure leaves their victims alive, but [[AndIMustScream in a constant state of agony]], the [[spoiler:the Silver feeding off their pain and gradually turning them into a gigantic monstrosity. monstrosity.]] Since Starfish is paid by the body, not by the amount of Silver in each body, [[WouldHurtAChild he targets children for the procedure]] to stretch out his supply and weasel extra money out of his employers. Starfish has [[LackOfEmpathy no empathy for anyone]], including [[BadBoss his own men]]. When one of them is grievously injured and begs for help, Starfish simply smiles and caves in the man's skull. After [[AntiVillain Quigley]] outlives his usefulness, Starfish goes back on his promise to release his child captives, tries to have Quigley drowned while forcing the man's son, Matty, to watch, and states Matty will undergo the procedure as well. Starfish is also a child molester, and, after knifing a prostitute who interferes, attempts to kidnap the seemingly ageless child protagonist, Sette, as a SexSlave for himself.



* ViewerGenderConfusion: Timofey is actually a guy, despite certainly looking like a CuteGhostGirl. That he's a pymaric construct crafted from [[spoiler:First Light by Bastion]] might contribute to the confusion.

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* ViewerGenderConfusion: Timofey is actually a guy, despite certainly looking like a CuteGhostGirl. That he's a pymaric [[spoiler:pymaric construct crafted from [[spoiler:First First Light by Bastion]] might contribute to the confusion.
1st Mar '16 10:14:08 AM CoffinSalesman
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: The musical number (without music) during the introduction of the Deadly Nevergreen.
12th Dec '15 12:00:35 PM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: Arctrit Ramora, better known to the cast as Starfish, the leader of the Red Berry Boys. He earns money by kidnapping people, vivisecting them, and using the available space to transport a magical substance in their captives' bodies. The process leaves its victims drifting in and out of consciousness in a constant state of pain. Recently, Starfish has made it a priority to target [[WouldHurtAChild children]] for this procedure. He does so because his buyers pay him the same amount per body. By using smaller bodies he can stretch out his supply for extra cash. What this process entails is shown in gruesome detail with a little girl the readers see slowly dying on an operating table, having had most of her organs removed and then been abandoned when Starfish's lair was uncovered. When he's not motivated by greed, he is prone to partaking in horrific actions [[ForTheEvulz simply for his personal pleasure]]. When his mook, [[spoiler:Ephsephin]], has been wounded and is begging Starfish for a doctor, [[DissonantSerenity Starfish merely smiles]] and caves in his skull. He also betrays Quigley, an {{Antivillain}} who only signed up with Starfish so long as the captive children were set free once the job ended. Not only does Starfish [[ILied renege on their deal]] and [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness attempts to have Quigley killed]], but he even states that his son Matty will also undergo the procedure. And to top it all off, he's also a pedophile, with a creepy obsession with [[spoiler: Sette]], due to [[spoiler: her]] [[NotAllowedToGrowUp seemingly being stuck in a state of perpetual prepubescence]].

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* CompleteMonster: Arctrit Ramora, better [[OnlyKnownByTheirNickname known to the cast almost exclusively as Starfish, Starfish]], is the leader of the Red Berry Boys. He earns money by kidnapping Boys, a criminal gang that kidnaps people, vivisecting vivisects them, and using the available space to transport a magical substance in replaces their captives' bodies. organs with First Silver, which they then smuggle across the country. The process procedure leaves its their victims drifting in and out of consciousness alive, but [[AndIMustScream in a constant state of pain. Recently, agony]], the Silver feeding off their pain and gradually turning them into a gigantic monstrosity. Since Starfish has made it a priority to target is paid by the body, not by the amount of Silver in each body, [[WouldHurtAChild children]] he targets children for this procedure. He does so because his buyers pay him the same amount per body. By using smaller bodies he can procedure]] to stretch out his supply for and weasel extra cash. What this process entails is shown in gruesome detail with a little girl the readers see slowly dying on an operating table, having had most money out of her organs removed and then been abandoned when Starfish's lair was uncovered. When he's not motivated by greed, he is prone to partaking in horrific actions [[ForTheEvulz simply for his personal pleasure]]. When his mook, [[spoiler:Ephsephin]], has been wounded and is begging employers. Starfish has [[LackOfEmpathy no empathy for a doctor, [[DissonantSerenity anyone]], including [[BadBoss his own men]]. When one of them is grievously injured and begs for help, Starfish merely smiles]] simply smiles and caves in his the man's skull. He also betrays Quigley, an {{Antivillain}} who only signed up with After [[AntiVillain Quigley]] outlives his usefulness, Starfish so long as the captive children were set free once the job ended. Not only does Starfish [[ILied renege goes back on their deal]] and [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness attempts his promise to release his child captives, tries to have Quigley killed]], but he even drowned while forcing the man's son, Matty, to watch, and states that his son Matty will also undergo the procedure. And to top it all off, he's procedure as well. Starfish is also a pedophile, with child molester, and, after knifing a creepy obsession with [[spoiler: Sette]], due prostitute who interferes, attempts to [[spoiler: her]] [[NotAllowedToGrowUp kidnap the seemingly being stuck in ageless child protagonist, Sette, as a state of perpetual prepubescence]].SexSlave for himself.
5th Dec '15 11:12:31 AM Erivale
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* SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments
** [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch03/ch03_37.html In which]] Duane hugs Sette, and Sette is less of a selfish, foulmouthed little brat than usual.
** [[http://ashleycope.deviantart.com/art/Such-A-Sky-105518213 Such a sky.]]
** Sette rather uncharacteristically [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch07/ch07_36.html jumping to help the strange fetus creatures when they ask for her help.]] She looks [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch07/ch07_37.html so happy]] about it, too.
** [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch07/ch07_106.html Best wife in centuries.]]
** Sette growing a conscience and feeling empathy for Duane. "[[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch07/ch07_110.html ...I think he was only a Da' all along.]]"
** [[spoiler:[[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch10/ch10_05.html Elka returning the Peaceguard badge]]]] in gratitude to Elan after being saved by him. That's the smile of a ButtMonkey DirtyCop finally getting to [[GoodFeelsGood feel proud of himself]].
** ''Vienne of Seferpine'' is largely a story of fear, darkness, and uncertainty roiling beneath a thin veneer of happiness, but there is one moment of true joy towards the end, when Vienne finally finishes Chitz. She is worried that Matty will hate its ugly, slapdash appearance, but:
--->“I know it’s not as fine as the waistcoated rabbit Mrs. Perierre made but you can imagine it’s whatever you want-”\\
“It is a hound!” Matty said, grabbing it in his porcelain-white hands. “It’s Jenner! Can we put a ghost in it, mama? Like Uaid?”\\
“No more ghosts for now,” Vienne said, wrapping her arms around him. “Let’s go out into the rain tomorrow. No ghosts, no Uaid, no work. We’ll have a picnic with the sheep and monnies in the grasslands. We’ll bring the paper and make predictions over all next quarter’s duels. All right?”\\
Matty nodded, flipping over the poppet’s button eyes in mild fascination. Vienne fingered his hair.\\
“But you know, Matty, if you want to go to the Childrens’ House instead, that is all right too.”\\
“No,” he said without hesitation. “You would be alone.”\\
“But I have Gerald here and Ronald and the lads and Uaid too. It’s not your job to be my friend.”\\
“No.” Matty shook his head. “No.”
** After the very long, rough arc of fighting [[spoiler:the First Silver monster]], and Sette learning [[spoiler:that her father tricked her]], she's still holding onto her loyalty and tells Duane he'll have to kill her before he gets to her father. When Duane reaffirms his loyalty, [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch10/ch10_159.html she completely breaks down]], and he and Boo comfort her.
---> '''Duane''': Shh...we'll make it right.



* TearJerker: Sette's expression in [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch04/ch04_74.html this]] strip (spoilers). Especially when you consider something Duane said much earlier...
-->"[[spoiler:I shall one day make her weep for someone other than herself.]]"
** Also, [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch03/ch03_09.html this scene,]] where Jivi desperately begs Matty for help, only for him to find out that his father's in collusion with the Red Berry Boys.
** Everything about [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch06/ch06_66.html this strip.]] [[spoiler:Matty]] frantically wailing that [[spoiler:Quigley]] can't die because [[spoiler:he still has five years of life left]], being {{Forced to Watch}} because [[spoiler:Chitz can't be turned off]] (note also that he's desperately trying to close his eyes...), and the first thing that [[spoiler:Quigley]] does upon waking up is to scream [[spoiler:Matty]]'s name...
** Everything from chapter 7 pages 102-108. [[spoiler:Mikalia uses pymary in an attempt to save her father from assassins, and gets a sword through the heart as a result. This is the last thing Duane sees before he's knocked unconscious and brought to the brink of death. Then he is about to cross into the khert with his daughter, but right as he does so the door shuts in front of him. And the first thing he gets subjected to upon regaining consciousness? [[EyeScream A spike through the eye.]]]]
*** [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch08/ch08_39.html Chapter 8 page 39]]'s last panel shows some of the aftermath. It's a small detail, but you can see Will hanging his head as he leaves the funeral...
** Duane regains consciousness [[spoiler:and see Sette [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch07/ch07_121.html on the floor]] and just says "Not this" repeatedly. He tries to check for her pulse, but can't because of his fingers, but eventually hears her heart beating]].
** At one point, Duane and Sette are fighting, and Sette brings up Mikaila's name. As he's done before, Duane rages at her, telling her that that name isn't for her. Sette's response is just heartbreaking:
-->'''Duane:''' "I said that name is not for you!"\\
'''Sette:''' "But it is! You call me it all the time! That's why you're here. 'Cause of Mikaila. You coulda told Da t'get stuffed, but ya didn't. Ya coulda left me a hundred times, but ya ain't never. Because... sometimes after dark, you call me Mikaila, and I don't mind it. [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch08/ch08_37.html Ain't no one ever calls me Sette the way ya call me Mikaila.]]"
** ''[[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/Stories/orphans.html Orphans]]''. All of it.
** ''[[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/Stories/vienne.html Vienne of Seferpine]]'' starts happy, but gradually becomes darker and more depressing. The ending becomes very sad, as Vienne's uncertainty, self-loathing, and troubled home life come to the forefront. It is also made clear just how dangerous and oppressive their government truly is, and Vienne lives in fear of what will happen to her and her family.
--->The little hound poppet looked like nothing more than a tiny, bean-stuffed flour sack with a yarn tail and wooden button eyes. It was ugly but it was finished. If the government came for her at least this would be one thing she hadn’t left undone.\\
[...]\\
Vienne Quigley was not good at everything she wished she was good at. She could not sew. She could only stuff pies and boil chickens. She could not love Matty properly, nor be the sort of wife that Mathis needed. She couldn’t make the weapons that the March wished for, nor find the kindness that Uaid’s half-formed mind required to be the fair and sagacious overseer of the powerful body she was making for it. Her house was a shambles, her business had been overtaken by her obsession, and there was not a single person in all the world who understood why she could not sleep at night. Why she had never been able to sleep at night.\\
“You can’t be selfish, Uaid,” she whispered, pulling the tarp from father’s farcyte. The khert was an eye looking back at her; an eye twinkling with the light of a billion other eyes. “You have to be better than me.”
27th Nov '15 7:24:20 PM Doodler
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** After the very long, rough arc of fighting [[spoiler:the First Silver monster]], and Sette learning [[spoiler:that her father tricked her]], she's still holding onto her loyalty and tells Duane he'll have to kill her before he gets to her father. When Duane reaffirms his loyalty, [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch10/ch10_159.html she completely breaks down]], and he and Boo comfort her.
---> '''Duane''': Shh...we'll make it right.
2nd Nov '15 6:06:59 AM LongLiveHumour
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* NightmareFuel: So very much.
** The Red Berry Boys kidnap people to cut them open and replace their insides with some kind of smuggled goods. They prefer children, because you get the same money for a smaller body, and the girls have yet to develop breasts that get in the way of the dissection. Duane's discovery of a dying little girl is probably the most disturbing scene in the comic to date.
** Ever wonder why plods are always muzzled? Zombies are constantly, insatiably hungry: even reasonable ones like Duane go half-mad when exposed to blood.
** Starfish's ''serene'' look as he's about to [[spoiler: bash Ephsephin's head in with a wine bottle]] is just unsettling on so many levels. Really, Starfish himself is just abominable.
** Sette goes into the room which she tricked Turas into entering, assuming Duane had tied him up or something. [[spoiler:[[CruelAndUnusualDeath He]] [[EyeScream hadn't.]] Turas's blood and guts splatter the room, his intestines are hanging out, his rib cage is protruding from his flesh, and Duane is munching on one of his eyes. Also, Duane's face manages to reach UncannyValley levels due to his eyes. There's just something wrong about eyes that look so human, peering out from a face that's so ghoulish and wasted]].
** It's not that scary after initial exposure, but [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch07/ch07_34.html this page]] can make for one heck of a JumpScare when reading for the first time. ''It stares into your soul''.
** A sight that Duane has to pass by every day on the way to work: [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch07/ch07_64.html all part and parcel of living in Alderode, it would seem.]]
*** [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch08/ch08_39.html That isn't even the half of it.]]
** Mixed with NauseaFuel: [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch08/ch08_39.html That hand.]] Duane's ''entire body'' was like that for years, and according to WordOfGod, he could ''[[FateWorseThanDeath feel it]]''. A few pages later in the flashback, his HorrorHunger is bad enough to [[{{Autocannibalism}} eat the rotting mess]].
** What it was like for Duane [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch08/ch08_40.html when he 'woke up', so to speak:]] blind, constantly suffocating, choking on his own blood, and gradually beginning to crave the flesh of his beloved brother and wife.
** The vivid description of Quigley's attempted suicide in ''Orphans'':
--->The end of his dagger was dipped into one of the candles, the flame greeting the steel with a gentle caress. He stripped his vocal cords so he couldn’t scream. Then, when the blade began to glow, he pressed it hard across his marriage brand.\\
Hot like her lips, like her forge in creation and in death, hot like the municipal office burning, like the woods burning in the night. So many fires, was it fair they always stopped just short of him? He swirled the dagger as his flesh split, vivisecting the insect (would Brother Hugh like to see?), pushing the blade deep until he smelled his own grease hissing.\\
Press a little harder. Cut a little hole and let himself pour out of it, tipped like spoiled wine into the thirsty khert’s mouth. Wasn’t his heart hammering for it? Here it beat just below the steel, trying to excavate outward, stifled in the darkness by a cave-in. Let it out, let it out, let the khert fucking have it!
*** Comes with an addition of TearJerker, too, as he's destroying his marriage brand in the process.
** Come Chapter 10, and Stockyard's plots concerning the Silver [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch10/ch10_80.html start going very wrong.]]
** The ''[[EldritchAbomination thing]]'' that eventually emerges from the covered caravan where the silver and its hosts were held. [[spoiler: An immense smoke eel with ten eyes, made of metal and the warped flesh of the hosts. Its teeth are hands, reaching out. Its eyes are mouths, open and still moaning in agony.]]
30th Oct '15 2:12:24 AM dungeonmaster11
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* CompleteMonster: Arctrit Ramora, better known to the cast as Starfish, the leader of the Red Berry Boys. He earns money by kidnapping people, vivisecting them, and using the available space to transport a magical substance in their captives' bodies. The process leaves its victims drifting in and out of consciousness in a constant state of pain. Recently, Starfish has made it a priority to target [[WouldHurtAChild children]] for this procedure. He does so because his buyers pay him the same amount per body. By using smaller bodies he can stretch out his supply for extra cash. What this process entails is shown in gruesome detail with a little girl the readers see slowly dying on an operating table, having had most of her organs removed and then been abandoned when Starfish's lair was uncovered. When he's not motivated by greed, he is prone to partaking in horrific actions [[ForTheEvulz simply for his personal pleasure]]. When his mook, [[spoiler:Ephsephin]], has been wounded and is begging Starfish for a doctor, [[DissonantSerenity Starfish merely smiles]] and caves in his skull. He also betrays Quigley, an {{Antivillain}} who only signed up with Starfish so long as the captive children were set free once the job ended. Not only does Starfish [[ILied renege on their deal]] and [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness attempts to have Quigley killed]], but he even states that his son Matty will also undergo the procedure.

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* CompleteMonster: Arctrit Ramora, better known to the cast as Starfish, the leader of the Red Berry Boys. He earns money by kidnapping people, vivisecting them, and using the available space to transport a magical substance in their captives' bodies. The process leaves its victims drifting in and out of consciousness in a constant state of pain. Recently, Starfish has made it a priority to target [[WouldHurtAChild children]] for this procedure. He does so because his buyers pay him the same amount per body. By using smaller bodies he can stretch out his supply for extra cash. What this process entails is shown in gruesome detail with a little girl the readers see slowly dying on an operating table, having had most of her organs removed and then been abandoned when Starfish's lair was uncovered. When he's not motivated by greed, he is prone to partaking in horrific actions [[ForTheEvulz simply for his personal pleasure]]. When his mook, [[spoiler:Ephsephin]], has been wounded and is begging Starfish for a doctor, [[DissonantSerenity Starfish merely smiles]] and caves in his skull. He also betrays Quigley, an {{Antivillain}} who only signed up with Starfish so long as the captive children were set free once the job ended. Not only does Starfish [[ILied renege on their deal]] and [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness attempts to have Quigley killed]], but he even states that his son Matty will also undergo the procedure. And to top it all off, he's also a pedophile, with a creepy obsession with [[spoiler: Sette]], due to [[spoiler: her]] [[NotAllowedToGrowUp seemingly being stuck in a state of perpetual prepubescence]].
6th Oct '15 8:23:47 AM MechWarrior
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* {{Crowning Moment of Heartwarming}}EnsembleDarkhorse: Duane's brother, Lemuel. So far he has only appeared in one chapter for two relatively short scenes, but readers have already started swooning over him and speculating about his role in the plot. It's possible that his similar appearance to Murkoph might have something to do with it.
** In fact, when the Duane & Sette formspring was converted into a questionnaire for Duane when he was alive, someone quickly took the opportunity to [[http://www.formspring.me/DuaneAndSette/q/486297709343428375 propose to Lemuel.]]
* SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments



* EnsembleDarkhorse: Duane's brother, Lemuel. So far he has only appeared in one chapter for two relatively short scenes, but readers have already started swooning over him and speculating about his role in the plot. It's possible that his similar appearance to Murkoph might have something to do with it.
** In fact, when the Duane & Sette formspring was converted into a questionnaire for Duane when he was alive, someone quickly took the opportunity to [[http://www.formspring.me/DuaneAndSette/q/486297709343428375 propose to Lemuel.]]
6th Aug '15 2:25:21 PM Ciara25
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* NightmareFuel: So very much.
** The Red Berry Boys kidnap people to cut them open and replace their insides with some kind of smuggled goods. They prefer children, because you get the same money for a smaller body, and the girls have yet to develop breasts that get in the way of the dissection. Duane's discovery of a dying little girl is probably the most disturbing scene in the comic to date.
** Ever wonder why plods are always muzzled? Zombies are constantly, insatiably hungry: even reasonable ones like Duane go half-mad when exposed to blood.
** Starfish's ''serene'' look as he's about to [[spoiler: bash Ephsephin's head in with a wine bottle]] is just unsettling on so many levels. Really, Starfish himself is just abominable.
** Sette goes into the room which she tricked Turas into entering, assuming Duane had tied him up or something. [[spoiler:[[CruelAndUnusualDeath He]] [[EyeScream hadn't.]] Turas's blood and guts splatter the room, his intestines are hanging out, his rib cage is protruding from his flesh, and Duane is munching on one of his eyes. Also, Duane's face manages to reach UncannyValley levels due to his eyes. There's just something wrong about eyes that look so human, peering out from a face that's so ghoulish and wasted]].
** It's not that scary after initial exposure, but [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch07/ch07_34.html this page]] can make for one heck of a JumpScare when reading for the first time. ''It stares into your soul''.
** A sight that Duane has to pass by every day on the way to work: [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch07/ch07_64.html all part and parcel of living in Alderode, it would seem.]]
*** [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch08/ch08_39.html That isn't even the half of it.]]
** Mixed with NauseaFuel: [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch08/ch08_39.html That hand.]] Duane's ''entire body'' was like that for years, and according to WordOfGod, he could ''[[FateWorseThanDeath feel it]]''. A few pages later in the flashback, his HorrorHunger is bad enough to [[{{Autocannibalism}} eat the rotting mess]].
** What it was like for Duane [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch08/ch08_40.html when he 'woke up', so to speak:]] blind, constantly suffocating, choking on his own blood, and gradually beginning to crave the flesh of his beloved brother and wife.
** The vivid description of Quigley's attempted suicide in ''Orphans'':
--->The end of his dagger was dipped into one of the candles, the flame greeting the steel with a gentle caress. He stripped his vocal cords so he couldn’t scream. Then, when the blade began to glow, he pressed it hard across his marriage brand.\\
Hot like her lips, like her forge in creation and in death, hot like the municipal office burning, like the woods burning in the night. So many fires, was it fair they always stopped just short of him? He swirled the dagger as his flesh split, vivisecting the insect (would Brother Hugh like to see?), pushing the blade deep until he smelled his own grease hissing.\\
Press a little harder. Cut a little hole and let himself pour out of it, tipped like spoiled wine into the thirsty khert’s mouth. Wasn’t his heart hammering for it? Here it beat just below the steel, trying to excavate outward, stifled in the darkness by a cave-in. Let it out, let it out, let the khert fucking have it!
*** Comes with an addition of TearJerker, too, as he's destroying his marriage brand in the process.
** Come Chapter 10, and Stockyard's plots concerning the Silver [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch10/ch10_80.html start going very wrong.]]
** The ''[[EldritchAbomination thing]]'' that eventually emerges from the covered caravan where the silver and its hosts were held. [[spoiler: An immense smoke eel with ten eyes, made of metal and the warped flesh of the hosts. Its teeth are hands, reaching out. Its eyes are mouths, open and still moaning in agony.]]
6th Aug '15 2:24:24 PM Ciara25
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* NightmareFuel: So very much.
** The Red Berry Boys kidnap people to cut them open and replace their insides with some kind of smuggled goods. They prefer children, because you get the same money for a smaller body, and the girls have yet to develop breasts that get in the way of the dissection. Duane's discovery of a dying little girl is probably the most disturbing scene in the comic to date.
** Ever wonder why plods are always muzzled? Zombies are constantly, insatiably hungry: even reasonable ones like Duane go half-mad when exposed to blood.
** Starfish's ''serene'' look as he's about to [[spoiler: bash Ephsephin's head in with a wine bottle]] is just unsettling on so many levels. Really, Starfish himself is just abominable.
** Sette goes into the room which she tricked Turas into entering, assuming Duane had tied him up or something. [[spoiler:[[CruelAndUnusualDeath He]] [[EyeScream hadn't.]] Turas's blood and guts splatter the room, his intestines are hanging out, his rib cage is protruding from his flesh, and Duane is munching on one of his eyes. Also, Duane's face manages to reach UncannyValley levels due to his eyes. There's just something wrong about eyes that look so human, peering out from a face that's so ghoulish and wasted]].
** It's not that scary after initial exposure, but [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch07/ch07_34.html this page]] can make for one heck of a JumpScare when reading for the first time. ''It stares into your soul''.
** A sight that Duane has to pass by every day on the way to work: [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch07/ch07_64.html all part and parcel of living in Alderode, it would seem.]]
*** [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch08/ch08_39.html That isn't even the half of it.]]
** Mixed with NauseaFuel: [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch08/ch08_39.html That hand.]] Duane's ''entire body'' was like that for years, and according to WordOfGod, he could ''[[FateWorseThanDeath feel it]]''. A few pages later in the flashback, his HorrorHunger is bad enough to [[{{Autocannibalism}} eat the rotting mess]].
** What it was like for Duane [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch08/ch08_40.html when he 'woke up', so to speak:]] blind, constantly suffocating, choking on his own blood, and gradually beginning to crave the flesh of his beloved brother and wife.
** The vivid description of Quigley's attempted suicide in ''Orphans'':
--->The end of his dagger was dipped into one of the candles, the flame greeting the steel with a gentle caress. He stripped his vocal cords so he couldn’t scream. Then, when the blade began to glow, he pressed it hard across his marriage brand.\\
Hot like her lips, like her forge in creation and in death, hot like the municipal office burning, like the woods burning in the night. So many fires, was it fair they always stopped just short of him? He swirled the dagger as his flesh split, vivisecting the insect (would Brother Hugh like to see?), pushing the blade deep until he smelled his own grease hissing.\\
Press a little harder. Cut a little hole and let himself pour out of it, tipped like spoiled wine into the thirsty khert’s mouth. Wasn’t his heart hammering for it? Here it beat just below the steel, trying to excavate outward, stifled in the darkness by a cave-in. Let it out, let it out, let the khert fucking have it!
*** Comes with an addition of TearJerker, too, as he's destroying his marriage brand in the process.
** Come Chapter 10, and Stockyard's plots concerning the Silver [[http://www.casualvillain.com/Unsounded/comic/ch10/ch10_80.html start going very wrong.]]
** The ''[[EldritchAbomination thing]]'' that eventually emerges from the covered caravan where the silver and its hosts were held. [[spoiler: An immense smoke eel with ten eyes, made of metal and the warped flesh of the hosts. Its teeth are hands, reaching out. Its eyes are mouths, open and still moaning in agony.]]
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