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** In the story "Peeping Tom", the aforementioned peeping tom, a shy, nerdy guy who was not only spying on Bikini Beach's customers, but photographing them, is punished by being permanently transformed into a porn star who behaves like a sex-crazed [[BrainlessBeauty bimbo]] every time she's around men.

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** In the story "Peeping Tom", the aforementioned titular peeping tom, tom -- a shy, nerdy guy who was not only spying on Bikini Beach's customers, but photographing them, them -- is punished by being permanently transformed into a porn star who behaves like a sex-crazed [[BrainlessBeauty bimbo]] every time she's around men.



* DoubleStandard: While evil or lecherous men are ''always'' punished at Bikini Beach, the same rarely seems to apply to women. While this does change in the later stories, the number of men to women being punished by Grandmother and Anya is still far greater.
** In the very first story, two innocent male customers are invited out for a night on the town by two women (who are aware of their transformed status); said women use a magic potion (purchased from Spells R Us) to arrange for the two men to be brutally gang raped. The reason? They hate all men, see them as abusive animals, and feel that they deserve to suffer. What's worse, the punishment for their actions is...having their memberships revoked. (Grandmother does state that this is "the beginning" of their punishment; if there's more to said punishment, however, the reader never gets to see it.)
** In "Understanding a Girlfriend" (the second Bikini Beach story written), a man catches his girlfriend cheating on him with another woman; despite her tearful insistence that she truly loves him and is sorry, he decides to go to the park to have an affair himself out of revenge. The Old Woman reads his intentions, and punishes him by extending his three-day pass an extra twelve hours; she then berates him for contemplating cheating on his girlfriend, for being insensitive to his girlfriend's "needs", and most of all for ''being afraid that she might leave him for another woman''. Needless to say, many readers did ''not'' take kindly to this.

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* DoubleStandard: While evil or lecherous evil, treacherous, and abusive men are ''always'' punished at Bikini Beach, the same rarely seems to apply to women. While this does change in the later stories, the number of men to women being punished by Grandmother and Anya is still far greater.
** In the very first story, two innocent male customers are invited out for a night on the town by two women (who who are aware of their transformed status); said status). Said women use a magic potion (purchased from Spells R Us) to arrange for the two transformed men to be brutally gang raped. The reason? They hate all men, see them as abusive animals, and feel that they deserve to suffer. What's worse, the punishment for their actions is...having their memberships revoked. (Grandmother does state that this is "the beginning" of their punishment; if there's more to said punishment, however, the reader never gets to see it.)
** In "Understanding a Girlfriend" (the second Bikini Beach story written), a man catches his girlfriend cheating on him with another woman; despite her tearful insistence that she truly loves him and is sorry, he decides to go to the park to have an affair himself out of revenge. The Old Woman reads his intentions, and punishes him by extending his three-day pass an extra twelve hours; she then berates him for contemplating cheating on his girlfriend, for being insensitive to his girlfriend's "needs", and most of all for ''being afraid that she might leave him for another a woman''. Needless to say, many readers did ''not'' take kindly to this.


** In the story "A pair of one-time gate crashers are permanently changed into sex-crazed bimbos.

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** In the story "A another story, a pair of one-time gate crashers are permanently changed into sex-crazed bimbos.


* MoralDissonance: Due to the original [[DoesNotLikeMen characterization]] of the Old Woman, this crops up in some of the early Bikini Beach stories. a number of transformed customers (guilty and innocent alike) wind up on the receiving end of abuse and mistreatment at the hands of men -- with the Old Woman often showing little sympathy for what they have suffered (despite having been mistreated by men ''herself''). Thankfully, [=ElrodW=] quickly recognized the problematic nature of the character and allowed fellow writer Ellie Dauber step in and add [[MoralityPet Anya]], whose influence gradually transforms the Old Woman into a more kind, moral, grandmotherly figure (while . (This is first addressed in the story "Customer Service", in which Anya starts a support group for permanently changed customers who are having difficulty coping -- and directly calls out her grandmother on her past behavior. While the Old Woman is angry at first, she eventually realizes that Anya is right, and agrees to help try to make amends with some of the customers she's harmed.)

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* MoralDissonance: Due to the original [[DoesNotLikeMen characterization]] of the Old Woman, this crops up in some of the early Bikini Beach stories. a A number of transformed customers (guilty and innocent alike) wind up on the receiving end of abuse and mistreatment at the hands of men -- men, with the Old Woman often showing expressing little sympathy for what they have suffered (despite having been mistreated by men ''herself''). Thankfully, [=ElrodW=] quickly recognized the problematic nature of the character and allowed fellow writer Ellie Dauber step in and add [[MoralityPet Anya]], whose influence gradually transforms the Old Woman into a more kind, moral, grandmotherly figure (while .sympathetic figure. (This is first addressed in the story "Customer Service", in which Anya starts a support group for permanently changed customers who are having difficulty coping -- and directly calls out her grandmother on her past behavior. While the Old Woman is angry at first, she eventually realizes admits that Anya is right, and agrees to help try to make amends with some of the customers she's harmed.)


* DisproportionateRetribution: Male customers of Bikini Beach are sometimes punished rather harshly by Grandmother for minor infractions, particularly in the early stories.
** In the story "Peeping Tom", the aforementioned peeping tom, a shy, nerdy guy who was not only spying on Bikini Beach's customers, but photographing them, is punished by being permanently transformed into a porn star who behaves like a sex-crazed [[BrainlessBeauty bimbo]] every time she's around men.
** In the story "A pair of one-time gate crashers are permanently changed into sex-crazed bimbos.
* DoubleStandard: While evil or lecherous men are ''always'' punished at Bikini Beach, the same rarely seems to apply to women. While this does change in the later stories, the number of men to women being punished by Grandmother and Anya is still far greater.
** In the very first story, two innocent male customers are invited out for a night on the town by two women (who are aware of their transformed status); said women use a magic potion (purchased from Spells R Us) to arrange for the two men to be brutally gang raped. The reason? They hate all men, see them as abusive animals, and feel that they deserve to suffer. What's worse, the punishment for their actions is...having their memberships revoked. (Grandmother does state that this is "the beginning" of their punishment; if there's more to said punishment, however, the reader never gets to see it.)
** In "Understanding a Girlfriend" (the second Bikini Beach story written), a man catches his girlfriend cheating on him with another woman; despite her tearful insistence that she truly loves him and is sorry, he decides to go to the park to have an affair himself out of revenge. The Old Woman reads his intentions, and punishes him by extending his three-day pass an extra twelve hours; she then berates him for contemplating cheating on his girlfriend, for being insensitive to his girlfriend's "needs", and most of all for ''being afraid that she might leave him for another woman''. Needless to say, many readers did ''not'' take kindly to this.



** One Spells R Us story involves a male babysitter who is still grieving the loss of his wife. He feeds his charge (who is a very young girl) some candy he bought from the shop. Said candy instantly and ''very'' painfully ages her up to a young adult in a matter of minutes, causing her bones to stretch and [[{{Squick}} inducing all of the menstrual periods she would have had during those years -- at the same time]]. The ''real'' horror sets in when the man and the newly-adult girl flee to the shop: instead of trying to fix the situation, the Wizard encourages the man to take the new young woman -- whose mind hasn't caught up with her body yet -- ''as his new love interest''. A book could be written on all the horror and {{Squick}} contained within the story.
* MoralEventHorizon: Some of the [[AlternativeCharacterInterpretation darker interpretations]] of the Old Man are nothing short of pure evil. For example in [=XoXo=]'s story "In the Belly of the Beast", a cursed artifact turns a plane into a dragon. Every aboard [[CruelAndUnusualDeath dies horribly]]. The Old Man scoffs at their fate, without the slightest hint of remorse.
* MoralDissonance: Due to the original [[DoesNotLikeMen characterization]] of the Old Woman, this crops up in some of the early Bikini Beach stories. Male customers of the park are [[DisproportionateRetribution often punished for minor infractions]], a number of transformed customers (guilty and innocent alike) wind up on the receiving end of abuse and mistreatment at the hands of men -- with the Old Woman showing little empathy for what most of them have suffered. Thankfully, [=ElrodW=] quickly recognized the problematic nature of the character, and let fellow writer Ellie Dauber step in and add [[MoralityPet Anya]] (and other, more sympathetic staff members), gradually developing the Old Woman into the kind, moral, grandmotherly figure the readers know and love. (This is first addressed in the story "Customer Service", in which Anya starts a support group for permanently changed customers who are having difficult coping -- and directly calls out her grandmother on her past behavior. While the Old Woman is angry at first, she eventually realizes Anya is right, and agrees to help try to make amends with some of the customers she's harmed.)
** In "Understanding a Girlfriend" (the second Bikini Beach story written), a man catches his girlfriend cheating on him with another woman; he decides to go to the park, intending to have an affair himself out of revenge. The Old Woman reads his intentions, and punishes him by extending his three-day pass an extra twelve hours; she then berates him for considering cheating on his girlfriend, for being insensitive to his girlfriend's needs, and most of all for ''being afraid that she might leave him for another woman''. When he complains about the unfairness of if all, the Old Woman threateningly states that he's lucky she didn't do something ''worse'' (and tells him outright that he deserved to be turned into a sex-starved bimbo so he could learn to better appreciate his girlfriend). Needless to say, many readers did ''not'' take kindly to this.

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** One Spells R Us story involves a male babysitter who is still grieving the loss of his wife. He feeds his charge (who is charge, a very young girl) girl (whom he loves like a daughter), some candy he bought from the shop. Said candy instantly and ''very'' painfully ages her up to a young adult in a matter of minutes, causing her bones to stretch and [[{{Squick}} inducing all of the menstrual periods she would have had during those years -- at the same time]]. The ''real'' horror sets in when the man and the newly-adult girl flee to the shop: instead of trying to fix the situation, the Wizard encourages the man to take the new young woman -- whose mind hasn't caught up with her body yet -- ''as his new love interest''. A book could be written on all the horror and {{Squick}} contained within the in that story.
* MoralEventHorizon: Some of the [[AlternativeCharacterInterpretation darker interpretations]] of the Old Man are nothing short of pure evil. For example in [=XoXo=]'s story "In the Belly of the Beast", a cursed artifact turns a passenger plane into a dragon. Every Everyone aboard [[CruelAndUnusualDeath dies horribly]]. The Old Man scoffs at their fate, without the slightest hint of remorse.
* MoralDissonance: Due to the original [[DoesNotLikeMen characterization]] of the Old Woman, this crops up in some of the early Bikini Beach stories. Male customers of the park are [[DisproportionateRetribution often punished for minor infractions]], a number of transformed customers (guilty and innocent alike) wind up on the receiving end of abuse and mistreatment at the hands of men -- with the Old Woman often showing little empathy sympathy for what most of them they have suffered. suffered (despite having been mistreated by men ''herself''). Thankfully, [=ElrodW=] quickly recognized the problematic nature of the character, character and let allowed fellow writer Ellie Dauber step in and add [[MoralityPet Anya]] (and other, more sympathetic staff members), Anya]], whose influence gradually developing transforms the Old Woman into the a more kind, moral, grandmotherly figure the readers know and love. (while . (This is first addressed in the story "Customer Service", in which Anya starts a support group for permanently changed customers who are having difficult difficulty coping -- and directly calls out her grandmother on her past behavior. While the Old Woman is angry at first, she eventually realizes that Anya is right, and agrees to help try to make amends with some of the customers she's harmed.)
** In "Understanding a Girlfriend" (the second Bikini Beach story written), a man catches his girlfriend cheating on him with another woman; he decides to go to the park, intending to have an affair himself out of revenge. The Old Woman reads his intentions, and punishes him by extending his three-day pass an extra twelve hours; she then berates him for considering cheating on his girlfriend, for being insensitive to his girlfriend's needs, and most of all for ''being afraid that she might leave him for another woman''. When he complains about the unfairness of if all, the Old Woman threateningly states that he's lucky she didn't do something ''worse'' (and tells him outright that he deserved to be turned into a sex-starved bimbo so he could learn to better appreciate his girlfriend). Needless to say, many readers did ''not'' take kindly to this.
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* MoralDissonance: Due to the original [[DoesNotLikeMen characterization]] of the Old Woman, this crops up in some of the early Bikini Beach stories. Male customers of the park are [[DisproportionateRetribution often punished for minor infractions]], a number of transformed customers (guilty and innocent alike) wind up on the receiving end of abuse and mistreatment at the hands of men -- with the Old Woman showing little empathy for what most of them have suffered. Thankfully, [=ElrodW=] quickly recognized the problematic nature of the character, and let fellow writer Ellie Dauber to step in and add [[MoralityPet Anya]] (and other, more sympathetic staff members), gradually developing the Old Woman into the kind, moral, grandmotherly figure the readers know and love.

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* MoralDissonance: Due to the original [[DoesNotLikeMen characterization]] of the Old Woman, this crops up in some of the early Bikini Beach stories. Male customers of the park are [[DisproportionateRetribution often punished for minor infractions]], a number of transformed customers (guilty and innocent alike) wind up on the receiving end of abuse and mistreatment at the hands of men -- with the Old Woman showing little empathy for what most of them have suffered. Thankfully, [=ElrodW=] quickly recognized the problematic nature of the character, and let fellow writer Ellie Dauber to step in and add [[MoralityPet Anya]] (and other, more sympathetic staff members), gradually developing the Old Woman into the kind, moral, grandmotherly figure the readers know and love. (This is first addressed in the story "Customer Service", in which Anya starts a support group for permanently changed customers who are having difficult coping -- and directly calls out her grandmother on her past behavior. While the Old Woman is angry at first, she eventually realizes Anya is right, and agrees to help try to make amends with some of the customers she's harmed.)



** In "Peeping Tom", a guy who uses his high rise apartment to spy on female customers of the park is permanently transformed into a sex-crazed porn star -- who remembers all of our


* MoralDissonance: Due to the original [[DoesNotLikeMen characterization]] of the Old Woman, this crops up in some of the early Bikini Beach stories. Male customers of the park are [[DisproportionateRetribution often punished for minor infractions]], a number of transformed women (guilty and innocent alike) wind up on the receiving end of abuse and mistreatment at the hands of men -- with the Old Woman showing little empathy for what any of her customers have suffered. Thankfully, [=ElrodW=] quickly recognized the problematic nature of the character, and let fellow writer Ellie Dauber to step in and add [[MoralityPet Anya]] (and other, more sympathetic staff members), gradually developing the Old Woman into the kind, moral, grandmotherly figure the readers know and love.
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%% Another possibility: men in "abuse and mistreatment at the hands of men" should be corrected by changing "men" to "women".
%% I'm not sure what was intended. I think both may in fact be the case.
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** In "Understanding a Girlfriend" (the second Bikini Beach story written), a man catches his girlfriend cheating on him with another woman; he decides to go to the park, intending to have an affair himself out of revenge. The Old Woman reads his intentions, and punishes him by extending his three-day pass an extra twelve hours; she then berates him for considering cheating on his girlfriend, for being insensitive to his girlfriend's needs, and most of all for ''being afraid that she might leave him for another woman''. When he complains about the unfairness of if all, the Old Woman threateningly states that he's lucky she didn't do something ''worse'' (and tells him outright that he deserved to be turned into a sex-starved bimbo so he could learn to better appreciate his girlfriend). Needless to say, many readers did ''not'' take kindly to any of this.

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* MoralDissonance: Due to the original [[DoesNotLikeMen characterization]] of the Old Woman, this crops up in some of the early Bikini Beach stories. Male customers of the park are [[DisproportionateRetribution often punished for minor infractions]], a number of transformed women customers (guilty and innocent alike) wind up on the receiving end of abuse and mistreatment at the hands of men -- with the Old Woman showing little empathy for what any most of her customers them have suffered. Thankfully, [=ElrodW=] quickly recognized the problematic nature of the character, and let fellow writer Ellie Dauber to step in and add [[MoralityPet Anya]] (and other, more sympathetic staff members), gradually developing the Old Woman into the kind, moral, grandmotherly figure the readers know and love.
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%% Another possibility: men in "abuse and mistreatment at the hands of men" should be corrected by changing "men" to "women".
%% I'm not sure what was intended. I think both may in fact be the case.
%%
** In "Understanding a Girlfriend" (the second Bikini Beach story written), a man catches his girlfriend cheating on him with another woman; he decides to go to the park, intending to have an affair himself out of revenge. The Old Woman reads his intentions, and punishes him by extending his three-day pass an extra twelve hours; she then berates him for considering cheating on his girlfriend, for being insensitive to his girlfriend's needs, and most of all for ''being afraid that she might leave him for another woman''. When he complains about the unfairness of if all, the Old Woman threateningly states that he's lucky she didn't do something ''worse'' (and tells him outright that he deserved to be turned into a sex-starved bimbo so he could learn to better appreciate his girlfriend). Needless to say, many readers did ''not'' take kindly to any this.
** In "Peeping Tom", a guy who uses his high rise apartment to spy on female customers
of this.the park is permanently transformed into a sex-crazed porn star -- who remembers all of our


* MoralDissonance: Due to the original [[DoesNotLikeMen characterization]] of the Old Woman, this crops up in some of the early Bikini Beach stories. Male customers of the park are [[DisproportionateRetribution often transformed into females and otherwise punished for minor infractions]]. A number of the resulting women (guilty and innocent alike) wind up on the receiving end of abuse and mistreatment at the hands of men -- with the Old Woman showing little empathy for what any of her customers have suffered. Thankfully, [=ElrodW=] quickly recognized the problematic nature of the character, and let fellow writer Ellie Dauber to step in and add [[MoralityPet Anya]] (and other, more sympathetic staff members), gradually developing the Old Woman into the kind, moral, grandmotherly figure the readers know and love.

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* MoralDissonance: Due to the original [[DoesNotLikeMen characterization]] of the Old Woman, this crops up in some of the early Bikini Beach stories. Male customers of the park are [[DisproportionateRetribution often transformed into females and otherwise punished for minor infractions]]. A infractions]], a number of the resulting transformed women (guilty and innocent alike) wind up on the receiving end of abuse and mistreatment at the hands of men -- with the Old Woman showing little empathy for what any of her customers have suffered. Thankfully, [=ElrodW=] quickly recognized the problematic nature of the character, and let fellow writer Ellie Dauber to step in and add [[MoralityPet Anya]] (and other, more sympathetic staff members), gradually developing the Old Woman into the kind, moral, grandmotherly figure the readers know and love.


* MoralDissonance: Due to the original [[DoesNotLikeMen characterization]] of the Old Woman, this crops up in some of the early Bikini Beach stories. Male customers of the park are [[DisproportionateRetribution often punished for minor infractions]], and a number of them (guilty and innocent alike) wind up on the receiving end of abuse and mistreatment at the hands of men -- with the Old Woman showing little empathy for what any of her customers have suffered. Thankfully, [=ElrodW=] quickly recognized the problematic nature of the character, and let fellow writer Ellie Dauber to step in and add [[MoralityPet Anya]] (and other, more sympathetic staff members), gradually developing the Old Woman into the kind, moral, grandmotherly figure the readers know and love.

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* MoralDissonance: Due to the original [[DoesNotLikeMen characterization]] of the Old Woman, this crops up in some of the early Bikini Beach stories. Male customers of the park are [[DisproportionateRetribution often transformed into females and otherwise punished for minor infractions]], and a infractions]]. A number of them the resulting women (guilty and innocent alike) wind up on the receiving end of abuse and mistreatment at the hands of men -- with the Old Woman showing little empathy for what any of her customers have suffered. Thankfully, [=ElrodW=] quickly recognized the problematic nature of the character, and let fellow writer Ellie Dauber to step in and add [[MoralityPet Anya]] (and other, more sympathetic staff members), gradually developing the Old Woman into the kind, moral, grandmotherly figure the readers know and love.love.
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%% Another possibility: men in "abuse and mistreatment at the hands of men" should be corrected by changing "men" to "women".
%% I'm not sure what was intended. I think both may in fact be the case.
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* MoralDissonance: Due to the original [[DoesNotLikeMen characterization]] of the Old Woman, this crops up in some of the early Bikini Beach stories. Male customers of the park are [[DisproportionateRetribution often punished for minor infractions]], and a number of them (guilty and innocent alike) wind up on the receiving end of abuse and mistreatment at the hands of men -- with the Old Woman showing little empathy for what any of her customers have suffered. Thankfully, [=ElrodW=] quickly recognized the problematic nature of the character, and let fellow writer Ellie Dauber to step in and add [[MoralityPet Anya]] (and other, more sympathetic staff members), gradually developing the Old Woman into the kind, moral, grandmotherly figure the readers know and love.
** In "Understanding a Girlfriend" (the second Bikini Beach story written), a man catches his girlfriend cheating on him with another woman; he decides to go to the park, intending to have an affair himself out of revenge. The Old Woman reads his intentions, and punishes him by extending his three-day pass an extra twelve hours; she then berates him for considering cheating on his girlfriend, for being insensitive to his girlfriend's needs, and most of all for ''being afraid that she might leave him for another woman''. When he complains about the unfairness of if all, the Old Woman threateningly states that he's lucky she didn't do something ''worse'' (and tells him outright that he deserved to be turned into a sex-starved bimbo so he could learn to better appreciate his girlfriend). Needless to say, many readers did ''not'' take kindly to any of this.


** One Spells R Us story involves a male babysitter who is still grieving the loss of his wife. He feeds his charge (who is a very young girl) some candy he bought from the shop. Said candy instantly and ''very'' painfully ages her up to a young adult in a matter of minutes, causing her bones to stretch and [[{{Squick}} inducing all of the menstrual periods she would have had during those years -- at the same time]]. The ''real'' horror sets in when the man and the newly-adult girl flee to the shop: instead of trying to fix the situation, the Wizard encourages the man to take the new young woman -- whose mind hasn't caught up with her body yet -- ''as his new love interest''. A book could be written on all the horror and {{Squick}} contained within the story.



* MyRealDaddy: While Bill Hart is the series' creator, an author going by the penname Morpheus explored and helped shape the original formula by posting dozens of stories in the series early years and [=ElrodW=] was responsible for threading together the canon most fans are familiar with.

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* MyRealDaddy: While Bill Hart is the series' creator, an author going by the penname pen name Morpheus explored and helped shape the original formula by posting dozens of stories in the series early years and [=ElrodW=] was responsible for threading together the canon most fans are familiar with.


* NightmareFuel: Some darker stories read unintentionally like something from the WebOriginal/SCPFoundation.
* MoralEventHorizon: Some of the [[AlternativeCharacterInterpretation darker interpretations]] of the Old Man are nothing short of pure evil. For example in XoXo's story "In the Belly of the Beast", a cursed artifact turns a plane into a dragon. Every aboard [[CruelAndUnusualDeath dies horribly]]. The Old Man scoffs at their fate, without the slightest hint of remorse.

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* NightmareFuel: Some darker stories read unintentionally like something from the WebOriginal/SCPFoundation.
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* MoralEventHorizon: Some of the [[AlternativeCharacterInterpretation darker interpretations]] of the Old Man are nothing short of pure evil. For example in XoXo's [=XoXo=]'s story "In the Belly of the Beast", a cursed artifact turns a plane into a dragon. Every aboard [[CruelAndUnusualDeath dies horribly]]. The Old Man scoffs at their fate, without the slightest hint of remorse.


* MoralEventHorizon: Some of the [[AlternativeCharacterInterpretation darker interpretations]] of the Old Man are nothing short of PureEvil. For example in XoXo's story "In the Belly of the Beast", a cursed artifact turns a plane into a dragon. Every aboard [[CruelAndUnusualDeath dies horribly]]. The Old Man scoffs at their fate, without the slightest hint of remorse.

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* MoralEventHorizon: Some of the [[AlternativeCharacterInterpretation darker interpretations]] of the Old Man are nothing short of PureEvil.pure evil. For example in XoXo's story "In the Belly of the Beast", a cursed artifact turns a plane into a dragon. Every aboard [[CruelAndUnusualDeath dies horribly]]. The Old Man scoffs at their fate, without the slightest hint of remorse.


* MoralEventHorizon: Some of the [[AlternativeCharacterInterpretation darker interpretations]] of the Old Man are nothing short of PureEvil. For example in Morpheus' story "In the Belly of the Beast", a cursed artifact turns a plane into a dragon. Every aboard [[CruelAndUnusualDeath dies horribly]]. The Old Man scoffs at their fate, without the slightest hint of remorse.

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* MoralEventHorizon: Some of the [[AlternativeCharacterInterpretation darker interpretations]] of the Old Man are nothing short of PureEvil. For example in Morpheus' XoXo's story "In the Belly of the Beast", a cursed artifact turns a plane into a dragon. Every aboard [[CruelAndUnusualDeath dies horribly]]. The Old Man scoffs at their fate, without the slightest hint of remorse.

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* NightmareFuel: Some darker stories read unintentionally like something from the WebOriginal/SCPFoundation.

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