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* DownerEnding: "Minor Corrections" ends with [[spoiler:the Narrator discovering that his dad hung himself... immediately after seeing a damaged photo that predicted it]].

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"Minor Corrections" ends with [[spoiler:the Narrator discovering that his dad hung himself... immediately after seeing a damaged photo that predicted it]].


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* PerspectiveFlip: "5 Things You Didn't Know About WWII's Creepiest Sleep Experiment" details an American version of "The Russian Sleep Experiment" [[spoiler:right down to one of the subjects claiming to be an otherworldly being, only to be shot in response]].


Best known for his CreepyPasta horror fiction, Chris Wolf AKA Slimebeast has written some of the most well-known pastas on the internet. A former game designer and actor, Slimebeast began writing short stories in 2012 for a contest held by Bogleech.com. Since then, he has written over one hundred of these tales. You can find several readings of his work on Website/YouTube, most notibly those of [[WebVideo/TheMidnightSociety Mr. CreepyPasta]]. His style of writing usually consists of pop culture and/or nostalgia building to a shock ending.

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Best known for his CreepyPasta horror fiction, Chris Christopher Howard Wolf (born September 21, 1979) AKA Slimebeast has written some of the most well-known pastas on the internet. A former game designer and actor, Slimebeast began writing short stories in 2012 for a contest held by Bogleech.com. Since then, he has written over one hundred of these tales. You can find several readings of his work on Website/YouTube, most notibly those of [[WebVideo/TheMidnightSociety Mr. CreepyPasta]]. His style of writing usually consists of pop culture and/or nostalgia building to a shock ending.

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* TakeThat: When the narrator discusses his difficulty in tracking down information on the titular show in "Class Creeps", he brings up that the show apparently isn't notable enough to warrant an article on Wikipedia or [=IMDB=]. The narrator points out that this is hardly unusual and that a person once said that Wikipedia would demand you give a citation proving how many fingers the human hand has.


* AfterTheEnd: “Afterpeople” and the SaturdayMorningCartoon Zombionix from “Dead Serious”.

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* AfterTheEnd: “Afterpeople” and the SaturdayMorningCartoon Zombionix from “Dead Serious”.Serious” are both shows dealing with a post-apocalyptic setting.



** "Mario is a Monster" does this to VideoGame/SuperMarioBros in a tongue-in-cheek way.

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** "Mario is a Monster" does this to VideoGame/SuperMarioBros in a tongue-in-cheek way.way, facetiously suggesting that Mario is actually the bad guy and that Bowser was only protecting Princess Peach from him.



* SubvertedKidsShow: “Class Creeps”, “Dead Serious”, "Squiggles", and “Funtime With Floppy”.

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* SubvertedKidsShow: Several of his stories are about obscure children's shows that somehow got away with horrific content.
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“Class Creeps”, Creeps” is about the protagonist and his friends attempting to watch a video stream of the pilot of a 1990's cartoon titled ''Class Creeps'', which happens to be about some students who get killed in a terrible accident before being revived as grotesque monsters by a MadScientist named Dr. Satanstein.
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“Dead Serious”, "Squiggles", Serious” has the narrator talking about his shoddy cable system allowing him to stumble upon an episode of a cartoon called ''Zombionix'', an extremely violent cartoon about undead cyborgs endlessly mutilating each other in a post-apocalyptic setting that has apparently inspired children in the real world to commit awful acts of violence.
** "Squiggles" is about a puppet show where the title character makes politically incorrect jokes
and causes the children in the show's live studio audience to convulse and die.
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“Funtime With Floppy”.Floppy” is about the narrator reminiscing on an early 1980's puppet show where he sent a letter requesting the other characters to leave Floppy alone, resulting in Floppy's tormentors murdering him onscreen.



* EyeScream: Anyone [[spoiler:watching the titular "[[http://slimebeast.com/stories/class_creeps.php Class Creeps]]"]] winds up [[spoiler:doing this to ''themselves'']].

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* EyeScream: Anyone [[spoiler:watching the titular "[[http://slimebeast.com/stories/class_creeps.php Class Creeps]]"]] winds up [[spoiler:doing this to ''themselves'']].[[spoiler:stabbing themselves in the eyes]].


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* TitleDrop: "Dead Serious" is the catchphrase of Rot Rocket, the main character of the ''Zombionix'' cartoon discussed in the story.
* ToiletHumour: One of the zombie cyborgs from ''Zombionix'' mentioned in the story "Dead Serious" is Last Gasp, who has a rotary fan for a hand that he uses to weaponize his flatulence.

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* SignificantAnagram: In “Bonus Room”, the protagonist enters an arcade game tournament where there’s a chance to play an unreleased game titled I-BOY-PLUS. It’s actually an anagram of [[spoiler:VideoGame/{{Polybius}}, and the game has effects similar to what some of the Polybius legends suggest]].


Best known for his CreepyPasta horror fiction, Chris Wolf AKA Slimebeast has written some of the most well-known pastas on the internet. A former game designer and actor, Slimebeast began writing short stories in 2012 for a contest held by Bogleech.com. Since then, he has written over one hundred of these tales. You can find several readings of his work on YouTube, most notibly those of [[WebVideo/TheMidnightSociety Mr. CreepyPasta]]. His style of writing usually consists of pop culture and/or nostalgia building to a shock ending.

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Best known for his CreepyPasta horror fiction, Chris Wolf AKA Slimebeast has written some of the most well-known pastas on the internet. A former game designer and actor, Slimebeast began writing short stories in 2012 for a contest held by Bogleech.com. Since then, he has written over one hundred of these tales. You can find several readings of his work on YouTube, Website/YouTube, most notibly those of [[WebVideo/TheMidnightSociety Mr. CreepyPasta]]. His style of writing usually consists of pop culture and/or nostalgia building to a shock ending.


** "Upside-Down and Backwards", [[spoiler:while being in reverse order]], ends with a comment that is a significant reveal.

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** "Upside-Down and Backwards", Backward", [[spoiler:while being in reverse order]], ends with a comment that is a significant reveal.



** At the start [[spoiler:(technically [[BackToFront end]])]] of "Upside-Down and Backwards", the Narrator mentions seeing Mr. Backwards underneath a "gargoyle arch" in Wendy's room. At the end [[spoiler:(technically the beginning)]], the Narrator is incredulous that Wendy doesn't like scary things, [[spoiler:pointing out her gargoyle mirror]].
* SpoiledByTheFormat: [[invoked]] [[SubvertedTrope Not quite]]: [[spoiler:At first glance, the backwards narrative of "Upside-Down and Backwards" seems to spoil the ending of the story, with Mr. Backwards having killed Wendy, and about to kill the narrator. However, the last paragraph of the story turns it on its head, simply by mentioning the existence of a mirror.]]

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** At the start [[spoiler:(technically [[BackToFront end]])]] of "Upside-Down and Backwards", Backward", the Narrator mentions seeing Mr. Backwards Backward underneath a "gargoyle arch" in Wendy's room. At the end [[spoiler:(technically the beginning)]], the Narrator is incredulous that Wendy doesn't like scary things, [[spoiler:pointing out her gargoyle mirror]].
* SpoiledByTheFormat: [[invoked]] [[SubvertedTrope Not quite]]: [[spoiler:At first glance, the backwards narrative of "Upside-Down and Backwards" Backward" seems to spoil the ending of the story, with Mr. Backwards Backward having killed Wendy, and about to kill the narrator. However, the last paragraph of the story turns it on its head, simply by mentioning the existence of a mirror.]]


* SpoiledByTheFormat: InUniverse, it's Subverted: [[spoiler:At first glance, the backwards narrative of "Upside-Down and Backwards" seems to spoil the ending of the story, with Mr. Backwards having killed Wendy, and about to kill the narrator. However, the last paragraph of the story turns it on its head, simply by mentioning the existence of a mirror.]]

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* SpoiledByTheFormat: InUniverse, it's Subverted: [[invoked]] [[SubvertedTrope Not quite]]: [[spoiler:At first glance, the backwards narrative of "Upside-Down and Backwards" seems to spoil the ending of the story, with Mr. Backwards having killed Wendy, and about to kill the narrator. However, the last paragraph of the story turns it on its head, simply by mentioning the existence of a mirror.]]


* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: In "Lost Episodes", Sid originally had a strong ''dislike'' of blood, gore, death, and other horror elements; and edited movies to ''remove'' these things (''[[Film/Ghostbusters1984 Ghostbusters]]'' with no ghosts, and ''Literature/OldYeller'' where Yeller is miraculously cured and doesn't need to be put down, etc.). The narrator of the story eventually convinced him that scary movies can be fun too, and everything goes downhill from there.

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* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: In "Lost Episodes", Sid originally had a strong ''dislike'' of blood, gore, death, and other horror elements; elements, and edited movies to ''remove'' these things (''[[Film/Ghostbusters1984 Ghostbusters]]'' with no ghosts, and ''Literature/OldYeller'' where Yeller is miraculously cured and doesn't need to be put down, etc.). The narrator of the story eventually convinced him that scary movies can be fun too, and everything goes downhill from there.

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* BattleRapping: He has a section of his site dedicated to written-down rap battles between various fictional characters.



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* WhamLine: "Disappear Hole" ends on one which doubles as an in-universe one. [[spoiler:[[TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou It also turns everything we've read on its head.]]]]
-->[[spoiler:Whose bike is that?]]
** Near the end of "Minor Corrections", we are given [[FiveSecondForeshadowing a minor clue]] as to what happened to the Prom photo.
--->I wasn't fast enough. I didn't get to [[spoiler:the basement]] before...
** "Upside-Down and Backwards", [[spoiler:while being in reverse order]], ends with a comment that is a significant reveal.
--->"You like scary things!" I finally respond, shaking my head as if in a numbed haze, "What about [[spoiler:your gargoyle mirror]]?"



* WhamLine: "Disappear Hole" ends on one which doubles as an in-universe one. [[spoiler:[[TheFourthWallWillNotProtectYou It also turns everything we've read on its head.]]]]
-->[[spoiler:Whose bike is that?]]
** Near the end of "Minor Corrections", we are given [[FiveSecondForeshadowing a minor clue]] as to what happened to the Prom photo.
--->I wasn't fast enough. I didn't get to [[spoiler:the basement]] before...
** "Upside-Down and Backwards", [[spoiler:while being in reverse order]], ends with a comment that is a significant reveal.
--->"You like scary things!" I finally respond, shaking my head as if in a numbed haze, "What about [[spoiler:your gargoyle mirror]]?"


!!Tropes common upto his works:

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* AfterTheEnd: “Afterpeople” and the SaturdayMorningCartoon Zombionix from “Dead Serious”.



* NoEnding: Some stories end like this, for example in [[spoiler: "Watch for Willy", we don’t get to know what happens after the protagonist finds Willy]].

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* NoEnding: Some A lot of his stories end seem to just...stop. Sometimes they'll be followed by a sequel, but often they're merely left to hang, with the reader wondering what just happened. Stories like this, for example in [[spoiler: "Watch for Willy", we don’t get Willie", "He Does Birthdays" and "Extra Ketchup", to know name but three, only kinda sorta hint at what happens after the protagonist finds Willy]].was happening before simply ending, no explanation, no follow-up.



* AfterTheEnd: “Afterpeople” and the SaturdayMorningCartoon Zombionix from “Dead Serious”.



* NoEnding: A lot of his stories seem to just...stop. Sometimes they'll be followed by a sequel, but often they're merely left to hang, with the reader wondering what just happened. Stories like "Watch for Willie", "He Does Birthdays" and "Extra Ketchup", to name but three, only kinda sorta hint at what was happening before simply ending, no explanation, no follow-up.

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* BigCreepyCrawlies: The titular giant cockroaches in ''Afterpeople'', who are actually kind of [[DarkIsNotEvil friendly.]]


* MagicalCamera: "Minor Corrections". Though it's not the camera itself that is magical but the mail-in photo development lab that makes "corrections" to photos to show the deceased state of anyone in them who is either already dead at the time of development or will die very soon.

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* MagicalCamera: "Minor Corrections". Though it's not the camera itself that is magical but the mail-in photo development lab that makes "corrections" to photos to show the deceased state of anyone in them who is containing any living creature that either already dead at died between the time of development the picture was taken and the time it was developed or will die very soon.soon in the future, showing the dead body ([[spoiler:[[BodyHorror or what's left of it]]]]) instead of the creature still alive.



* MetaOrigin: "[[http://www.slimebeast.com/stories/lost_episodes.php Lost Episodes]]" is meant to be one for all of those, well, "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Lost Episode]]" pastas [[FollowTheLeader inspired by]] the likes of Suicide Mouse, Dead Bart, etc. [[spoiler:There's nothing supernatural about any of these supposedly haunted episodes. They were all made by one guy with an obsession for editing videos and probably some kind of mental illness. He did manage to eventually turn ''himself'' into a supernatural video tape that automatically edits all tapes near it, but that's it. Also, he didn't even ''like'' scary stuff, or gore, or anything like that at first. [[NiceJobBreakingItHero The narrator made him come around though]].]]

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* MetaOrigin: "[[http://www.slimebeast.com/stories/lost_episodes.php Lost Episodes]]" is meant to be one for all of those, well, "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Lost Episode]]" pastas [[FollowTheLeader inspired by]] the likes of Suicide Mouse, Dead Bart, etc. [[spoiler:There's nothing supernatural about any of these supposedly haunted episodes. They were all made by one guy with an obsession for editing videos and probably some kind of mental illness. illness or disability. He did did, however, manage to eventually turn ''himself'' into a supernatural video tape that automatically edits all tapes near it, but that's it. Also, he didn't even ''like'' scary stuff, or gore, or anything like that at first. [[NiceJobBreakingItHero The narrator made him come around though]].]]physical copies of movies and TV shows in the immediate area into more gruesome versions, as shown in the sequel, "Sid's Video"]].


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* UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom: In "Lost Episodes", Sid originally had a strong ''dislike'' of blood, gore, death, and other horror elements; and edited movies to ''remove'' these things (''[[Film/Ghostbusters1984 Ghostbusters]]'' with no ghosts, and ''Literature/OldYeller'' where Yeller is miraculously cured and doesn't need to be put down, etc.). The narrator of the story eventually convinced him that scary movies can be fun too, and everything goes downhill from there.


!!Tropes common to his works:
AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Some of his stories suggest this for well known characters, in-universe.

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!!Tropes common to upto his works:
* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Some of his stories suggest this for well known characters, in-universe.

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