Halloween Fanfic Event
Halloween Fanfic Event
Winner of the Halloween event!
Hello Vinglers! After about a week (probably only five days) after releasing all the winners in the Communities, The Fan Fiction support mods and I, have chosen a winner. It was very hard since all the stories were great in there own way. Before I mention the stories, I want to say a huge thank you to the mods that came together! You guys are all great! Mod tag list~ @resavalencia @Junhwanbae92 @Bangtanss @BBxGD @KwonOfAKind @MelissaGarza @luna1171 @Storiamom426 @JiyongLeo @Isolate @MonAnnahiX @lovetop @VixenViVi @KaiLuhan4ever @SugaKookieV @BrennaTran @IsoldaPazo @ChaErica @Helixx @StefaniTre @Tigerlily84 @VKookie47 @MadAndrea @AimeeH @royalpandajedi @DayDaySMDC @KokoroNoTakara Thank you for those that participated in this event as well! You guys are great~ Now once more before I announce the winner, let's recognize the top three stories that made it into the finals! 1. Let's Have Some Fun by @Lexxcisco (VIXX) https://www.vingle.net/posts/1824477?asrc=copylink 2. Team V by @Lexxicsco (IKON) https://www.vingle.net/posts/1830671?asrc=copylink 3. The Masquerade Party by @SatinSkies (BIGBANG) https://www.vingle.net/posts/1834607?asrc=copylink AND THE WINNER IS... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A HUGE ROUND OF APPLAUSE TO: THE MASQUERADE PARTY BY @SATINSKIES Your story was beyond amazing, thank you for writing this story! Thank you once more, everyone that participated! You all are great!~
His Eyes Are Black - A BTS Halloween Onsehot
Hey guys. I'm mkbmccann and this is my first time EVER posting something on Vingle even though I've had this account for over a year now. Kind of crazy, I know. But, in the spirit of Halloween I thought I'd branch out from my normal commenting on other people's cards and try making one of my own for once. I was originally going to enter this fanfic into the oneshot contest but missed the deadline to submit it. Like, I'm so mad at myself. Urrrg! But anyway, here it is a day later. This is also my first time ever writing fanfiction, so let me know how it turned out. Hope you enjoy! (P.S. The picture is from an artist named 17carrot. She's a kpop fan from the Netherlands. Go check her out on PaigeeWorld) His Eyes Are Black. word count: 1653 I awoke to the sound of screaming and a sharp bolt of pain as something struck my temple. “What the heck Hobie?” I was stretched out on the cold leather couch, popcorn in my hair, on my pajamas, on the floor, everywhere basically. The bowl lay haphazardly on the floor at my feet, a couple kernels had just barely managed to survive J-Hope’s fevered attack. The numbers on the paused TV screen read 1am. Great. I looked over at J-Hope who was slowly crawling out from underneath his knitted blanket, his face red with embarrassment. “Sorry,” he mumbled. “C’mon Hobie,” I said rubbing my eyes and letting out a yawn. “The movie isn’t even that scary.” It was Halloween. With his parents out of town for the weekend, J-Hope recruited my talents in handing out candy to little trick-or-treaters. When the bowl was completely empty we refilled it with popcorn and settled down onto the couch to watch “The Uprising”, a newly released horror flick and one of my personal favorites if I might add, after much pleading and convincing on my part. Guess I must’ve fallen asleep halfway through it though. Oops. “Yah! You know how I feel about horror movies! But it wasn’t really the movie’s fault this time. It was the doorbell.” As if on cue, the high pitched ringing came again, shattering the silence and sending J-Hope back into his woolen fortress. “Hey, calm down alright. It’s probably just some late night, high school trick-or-treaters. I’ll go tell them we’re out of candy and they’ll leave okay?” J-Hope inched his head out from behind the blanket. “Do you want me to come with you? What if it’s a prankster or something?” He moved to get up but I gently pushed him back into the sofa. “It’s okay. I got it. Just promise to save me a seat free of popcorn when I get back okay?” That said, I leaned down and gave him a peck on the lips. He smiled and cupped my chin, his thumb slowly tracing my bottom lip. Our eyes locked, drawing me closer to him. DINGDONGDINGDONGDINGDONGDINGDONGDINGDONGDINGDONGDINGDONG “OKAY ALREADY!” I yelled. “Be right back,” I whispered to the snuggled J-Hope. “I’m coming!” I could feel the warmth of the cozy living room die away as I entered the narrow corridor that lead to the front door. Faint lighting illuminated dark wallpaper, fake flowers rested in black and orange vases, and cobwebs covered the frames on the walls. To the right of the front door was a small closet. On the left, an archway lead into a dark dining room and kitchen. The closer I came to the door, the more uneasy I felt. Probably all those tootsie rolls I ate earlier, I thought to myself. I pulled some fake webbing aside and peered cautiously out through the tinted glass window. All was darkness. Holding my breath, I reached a hand out, blindly feeling for a switch. All of a sudden, bright light flooded the porch and my heart leapt into my throat. A dark figure stood motionless just a foot away from me, the only barrier between us a 2-inch piece of frosted glass. Ugh, get a grip on yourself, y/n. C’mon, man up and open the door. Before I could stop myself, I quickly turned the handle and cracked it just enough to stick my head out. Scarcely daring to breathe, I watched as the figure suddenly pulled his hood back, reached his hand out to me, and said . . . “Pizza!” All the air from my lungs came out in one big whoosh. See y/n? A pizza guy. A frickin’ pizza guy. I silently cursed J-Hope under my breath for waking me up over something as stupid as his own pizza arriving at the door. “Hey, do you mind if I come inside real quick?” I refocused on the boy; tired eyes looked out from behind thick glasses, his breath freezing on the chilly October air, hands held underneath the delivery box for warmth, shirt untucked, brown hair unkempt and stuffed into a cap with a generic logo. Typical. “Sure,” I mumbled as I stomped over to a lone chair in the entranceway where my purse was sitting. I pried open the stiff leather bag and dragged out my wallet. “Thanks. It’s so cold tonight. Um, where . . .” “He’s in the living room,” I said indiscriminately gesturing down the hall. “I’ll pay for it. Don’t worry.” He can pay me back later, with interest. Ugh, the things I do for you J-Hope. “Here you go.” “Alright! And here is your pizza.” “Thanks, uh Namjoon is it? Have a nice night.” I watched as the pizza guy disappeared back into the darkness and sighed. You better share this with me, I thought to myself as I shut the door and made my way back into the living room. “Hey Mr. Scaredy-cat,” I said playfully, “I have your pizza.” J-Hope looked up suddenly from his phone, a confused look on his face. Slowly, he smiled. “Oh, thanks y/n. I didn’t know you ordered pizza.” My heart stopped for a second. “Uh, I didn’t order this. Didn’t you order it while I was asleep?” Our eyes met and I felt a sickening sensation begin to grow in my stomach. “No,” he said. “No, I didn’t.” I tossed the pizza onto the couch and walked back towards the front of the house. When I entered the hallway, I froze. The door was hanging wide open. I approached the door cautiously, my eyes occasionally darting to the left to scan the shadowed forms inhabiting the dining room. Blood was pounding in my ears and my palms were sweaty. Slowly, I reached my now trembling hand out towards the tarnished yellow handle, my eyes lost in the darkness beyond the wooden frame. Then, in one swift motion, I quickly closed and dead bolted the door. Taking a moment to catch my breath, I attempted to argue with my wild imagination. I could’ve sworn I shut you. But maybe not. Maybe I just didn’t close it all the way and the wind blew it open. It was really windy tonight. Yeah, that’s it. The wind. The wind . . . I walked quickly back to the living room and immediately felt a bit better. The movie splashed color and light onto the dark walls. A clock on a shelf in the corner ticked faintly. The fireplace, having just recently burned out, still emitted a ghostly warmth. J-Hope was curled up in his blanket, head resting on the arm of the sofa, his eyes staring lazily at the TV screen. Or, more like staring through it. One arm limply dangled off the edge of the couch. Something about the way he was lying seemed unnatural. For a brief second, his phone flashed from somewhere on the floor, illuminating the gruesome scene before me. What I had mistaken for the red wool blanket snuggled up around his neck was actually blood, wet and soaking through his clothes. I couldn’t scream. I couldn’t breathe. Air refused to fill my lungs. My head was pounding. I managed to choke out a quiet and pitiful “Hobie?” There was no answer. I stood there, silently staring until I heard a voice behind me. “Poor guy, am I right? You should’ve seen his face when I appeared right in front of him out of nowhere. Bewilderment and horror complement each other so well on a person’s countenance. I can only imagine how sweet his scream would’ve been if I’d let him.” It took me what felt like a century to turn around and look at the figure behind me. A chill ran down my spine. It was the pizza guy. Blood covered his smirking mouth, dripping down his chin, his neck, and into his shirt. His eyes are black. “Will you scream for me?” he asked gently. Before I could react, he had me pinned to the wall. My hands went up to my throat where he held me. My feet kicked uselessly in the air. It was difficult to breathe. “Consider it my tip for the pizza. Thanks again for inviting me in.” He grinned to reveal sharp teeth, stained with blood. And that was it. I closed my eyes and braced myself for the pain. There was nothing I could do. Nothing. Nothing? No . . . there was something. A noise. I opened my eyes. The vampire stood motionless, mouth agape, breathing unevenly, staring in disbelief at his chest where a metal rod had pierced through his flesh. A choking noise came from his lips as he spat up black blood. Then with a final gurgle he fell to the ground where he eventually wasted away into ash. I landed hard on the ground, head spinning, mouth dry. It hurt to move. I looked up to see J-Hope, panting heavily. He was covering his bloodied neck with his left hand. A fire poker was clutched in his right. “Can you stand?” he finally breathed. He tossed the poker to the floor and helped me to my feet. As I took in his facial features, I began to cry. “I’m so happy you’re okay,” I said as I hugged him. He wrapped his right arm around me, softly stroking my hair. “I thought I had lost you. You weren’t . . . moving . . . and . . .” I felt cold and numb, my nerves were shot, and salty tears burned my eyes. “Just don’t ever leave me again, okay?” I sniffed and took a couple of long breaths. It was when I had calmed down a bit, that’s when I realized that something was wrong. J-Hope’s hand had stopped moving. His muscles tensed and his breathing had stopped. “Hobie? Why are you looking at me like that? Hobie?” His eyes are black. So uh, yeah. Thanks for reading! I hope you liked it. Let me know if I should try to post stuff like this more often. I have a couple of other weird stories that I think I could modify into fanfics in the future. Have a nice day! @resavalencia @Junhwanbae92 @Bangtanss @BBxGD @KwonOfAKind @MelissaGarza @luna1171 @Storiamom426 @JiyongLeo @Isolate @MonAnnahiX @lovetop @VixenViVi @KaiLuhan4ever @SugaKookieV @BrennaTran @IsoldaPazo @ChaErica @Helixx @StefaniTre @Tigerlily84 @VKookie47 @Qilin94 @AimeeH @royalpandajedi @DayDaySMDC @KokoroNoTakara
Nighty Knight (FF OneShot Submission)
This is my EXO Community Halloween FanFiction Entry for the contest! I hope you enjoy it! When you'd been young, it had been your favorite thing to dress up like a princess, and every time, your best friend had thought it was the most amusing thing. He'd laugh and laugh at you, explaining that no princesses were really like the storybook tales, and that they were probably all snobby boring girls anyways. You wouldn't admit it, but Kyungsoo's reaction to your dress up option of choice was probably part of the reason you stopped believing in true love, and fairy tales. He'd helped you grow up a bit, but when you were around him, all you could feel was his disappointment from long ago, whether he was doing something nice at the time or not. You only allowed yourself one night a year to go back, to pretend once again that everything in the world could be right, but somehow, each year you found yourself disappointed. You weren't sure why, but it felt like a let down each Halloween evening, when you'd pack away the dress once again, the Tiara going to hide in the box beneath your bed. Another night of pretending over, and still, Kyungsoo was right. No such thing as happily ever after, it seemed. This Halloween was like any other, you'd found a new dress this year, since you'd decided to be a different princess this year. The purple dress spilled out into a fluffy mess of a skirt, and your hands carefully smoothing the fabric, smiling as you descended the stairs, your shoes sparkling as they peeked from beneath the fabric. You expected as usual, your mother and younger sister there, watching you descend, but instead of watching you, they were watching the figure at the bottom of the stairs, whose head was currently turned away from you. As you stepped down, you hesitated, seeing who it was. There, at the bottom of the stairs, was Kyungsoo, dressed, almost ridiculously, in a full suit of armor. It was obvious the armor was fake, but you couldn't help but blush. As you reached his level, he turned, grinning before offering you his hand. Taking it, he helps you down the last few steps, and then his helmet, holding it off to his side. He lead you outside, down the path in front of your house, and to the side yard, where you gasped. There was a horse there in the yard. Not even a fake horse, but a real one that was currently chewing on grass from your own yard. You stared at the horse, unsure of exactly what was going on. You hesitated just off of the front stoop, watching Kyungsoo. He got on the horse easily, and turned, reaching out a hand. You weren't going to give him the satisfaction, and turned, smiling only after his whining turned into real words. You climbed aboard, smiling as you leaned back against the warmish plastic of Kyungsoo's costume armor. Something about being there was just right, and you allowed yourself to relax, knowing that this probably wouldn't last as long as you'd hope. It was after a short jaunt in the park nearby that D.O. mentioned returning the horse and costume that you nodded. Somehow the evening had passed by without you realizing, and as you dismounted the horse, you looked up at Kyungsoo. "My Knight in Shining Armor..." He nodded, blowing you a kiss before he turned, riding off into the sunset. Who said there weren't really princesses who got their happily ever afters? Tagging my readers: @queenpandabunny @maldonadosonia1 @NadineEsquivel @Faith92 @tiffany1922 @Lexxcisco @Gaarita100 @ReynadeKpop @CrystalGuerra @Tinafalcon22 @tarajenner @drummergirl691 @ammagrande @suzzay @sukkyongwanser @KristiaCaron @MorleeCorielus @anime4life20 @RubyDusky @MaritessSison @Zzzdonk @RKA916 *Moderators Tag List* @resavalencia @Junhwanbae92 @Bangtanss @BBxGD @KwonOfAKind @MelissaGarza @luna1171 @Storiamom426 @JiyongLeo @Isolate @MonAnnahiX @lovetop @VixenViVi @KaiLuhan4ever @SugaKookieV @BrennaTran @IsoldaPazo @ChaErica @Helixx @StefaniTre @Tigerlily84 @VKookie47 @Qilin94 @AimeeH @royalpandajedi @DayDaySMDC @KokoroNoTakara
The Light For The Shadows (UNIQ Halloween One Shot)
I am so sorry that I am late!!!!!!! I know this probably won't count but I was literally working on this story all day trying to get it done on time, but then I saw it was eleven and legit had to summarize the entire story to make it, but I forgot about the time difference and just everything so I am completely late....I know you guys said that you weren't accepting anymore stories after midnight, but I've been working on these stories since the day you mentioned it and this wasn't even the first story that was suppose to come out, but I really wanted to post this story and be a part of this contest. I am once again so sorry for being late, but I really hope this story is added to the contest!! I promise that I will redo this story sometime later and I am still going to do the 26 Days of Halloween K-Pop Fanfics, even though Halloween is about to be over, but I still want to do those stories. I am so sorry for being late, but life and school is a pain and I was working on these stories whenever I had free time. I am so sorry guys....Please accept my apologies and to whoever reads this story, enjoy. Yixiun ran through a hallway with wallpaper that was once bright and colorful, and now was dull and faded. In his hands, he carried a clutter of papers that he clung close to his chest as he turned corners and continued running through the dimly lit hallways. As Yixuan got closer to wherever he was going, some parts on the wallpaper were ripped and were covered in claw marks, and potted plants and desks that had decorated the halls, but something, or someone, had knocked them over and no one had bothered to clean them up, so Yixuan had to jump over them and dodge pieces of glass, wood, and ceramics. Yixuan turned into the final hallway and spent a couple seconds trying to move the papers into one hand so he could open the door, but got frustrated and kicked the door down and stepped inside. The room was an even bigger mess than the rest of the house. Multiple desks littered the room, but papers covered the entire surface of them, as well as the entire floor, so you had to step on papers every time you walked around the room, or you had to throw all the papers off the desks to use them. The room looked like a large chemistry room that had weird looking bottles and flasks that were filled with different colors of liquids that were either bubbling, glowing, or had smoke coming out of them. Or they were doing all three. The room was decorated with unusual plants that looked alien like, and hung from the ceiling and covered the walls. The entire area was lit by candles that looked dangerously close to burning the whole place down what with all the papers and plants that covered the floor. The candles were placed anywhere that wasn’t occupied by bottles. They were littering the floor, on tables, hanging from the ceiling, and sitting on top of cabinets and shelves that hung on the walls. Four other guys were already in the room when Yixuan barged in, and they all seemed to wake up as soon as he walked in, all turning their heads in his direction. The man known as Sungjoo was laying on one of the cluttered tables and was spread out, like a starfish, while the guy called Seungyoun was holding vials in his hands and was pouring out the liquids around Sungjoo, as if he was tracing his body. The liquids were leaving dark, burn marks on the papers in the shape of Sungjoo. Sungjoo had jolted up, when Yixuan came in, and Seungyoun dropped all the fragile glasses onto the ground, and immediately jumped up and screamed as the potions started to explode around him. Sungjoo quickly moved his legs out of the way, and started laughing at Seungyoun's screams, but regretted it when Seungyoun started hitting him and throwing potions at him. Sungjoo started to run around the room, while Seungyoun chased him, still throwing potions at him. Yibo, who had been playing with rats, or creatures that resembled rats, well except for their dark green color, black spikes that ran down their backs, long, sharp teeth, and long gray tails that ended in a sharp point. Sungjoo crashed into Yibo and fell right on top of him, and Seungyoun jumped on top of Sungjoo, making a dog pile. But when Sungjoo had crashed into Yibo, the weird rat things got freaked out and started shooting acid from their mouths, hitting the three boys who automatically started screaming and scrambling away from the rats. Wenhan, who had been carefully pouring a dark blue liquid into a glowing, orange liquid, was knocked over by Yibo, who was giggling hysterically while being chased by the dark green rats. But when Wenhan got knocked over, all of the dark blue liquid fell into the bottle of glowing, orange liquid and made a very large explosion, and the smoke covered the entire room. When the smoke began to disperse, where Yibo and Wenhan had been standing, were now two bright yellow squids that were the size of cats and had tentacles that ended with sharp pincers. The squids, Wenhan and Yibo, started to flop around. Seungyoun grabbed the two squids and threw them at the oncoming rats. Wenhan and Yibo began fighting with the rats, while Seungyoun and Sungjoo were encouraged to also fight and started throwing dangerous potions at each other that exploded on impact. The two of them dodged each others potions, so the bottles hit other things around the room that either caused large fires or turned desks and papers into strange, inanimate objects that looked like they came from a different world. This all seemed to happen in a very long period of time after Yixuan bashed down the door, but it was only a couple of seconds. Yixuan watched this all as he stood in the doorway, grinning like a fool as he clutched the papers. But as the events unfolded in front of him, the grin on his face melted into a scowl. After the four of them started fighting and destroying even more of the room, Yixuan decided that enough was enough. He yelled at them to stop with such intensity, even the rats stopped fighting. Yixuan put the papers that he was carrying onto the desk that was the least destroyed, and started going around the room fixing things. He snapped his fingers and floating buckets of water appeared above all the fires, and the buckets dumped their contents onto the flames, putting them out. Yixuan walked over to Sungjoo and Seungyoun who avoided eye contact with him. Yixuan scowled at them and grabbed the potions out of their hands, putting them back on the table, and then grabbed both their heads and clonked them together. As they whined and clutched their heads, Yixuan stormed over to the squids and rats. He snapped his fingers and floating potatoes appeared above his head, the rats seemed to follow the potatoes, hungrily, at them before the potatoes were thrown into a dark room. The rats chased after them, and the door slammed shut behind them, locking them away. Yixuan then went over to one of the cabinets, that had a door that was barely hanging off its hinges and was covered in burn holes from being hit by exploding bottles. He pawed through it and pulled out two flasks filled with a ghostly white liquid that seemed to move inside the bottle, like it was alive. He bit the caps off the bottles and spat them out, before walking over to Wenhan and Yibo, the yellow monster squids. They started to flop around again as Yixuan poured the contents of the flasks onto them. Pitch black smoke started to form around them, hiding them from view. As the smoke began to fade, Wenhan and Yibo were back to their normal selves, except for the fact that they were completely butt naked. Yixuan slammed their heads together, just like what he did with Sungjoo and Seungyoun, before saying, “You all are complete idiots. You two,” he glared at Seungyoun and Sungjoo, who avoided eye contact. “Need to quit wasting potions by just throwing them around the room!” he screamed, before turning around to glare at Wenhan and Yibo, who were still naked. “Yibo, you have got to stop playing with those Acid Rats. Everytime you take them out, at least one of them starts spitting acid everywhere. And for the love of god, both of you, go put some clothes on!” “S-sorry hyung,” they both muttered, running from the room looking for clothes to wear. When they came back, Yixuan started to bark at them again, “And since I had to turn you dolts back into Humans, now we ran out of Human potions!” The four of them glanced nervously at each other, but Sungjoo broke the awkward silence by saying, “Well it’s a good thing that we’re Potion Masters.” “Ya,” said Yibo. “We can just make more Human potions, but I think you brang in some more important recipes we should try out first,” he said, indicating towards the stack of papers Yixuan broung in. Yixuan grinned at this, while the other four started to cheer happily. “Yes hyungs, I did,” grinned Yixuan. “And I’m pretty sure that at least one of these is the recipe that we’ve been looking for.” The room erupted in cheers and everyone ran over to Yixuan, staring greedily at the papers. “Okay, well let’s get started,” said Yixuan, throwing the papers up into the air. The boys automatically jumped up trying to catch the papers. Seungyoun and Yibo started fighting over a paper that they both had grabbed, but Yixuan barked at them to stop, and Wenhan quickly grabbed the paper from both of them. Once each of them had grabbed all the papers, they all jumped over to their own tables and pushed off all the papers that had littered the tables. The boys started to look through cabinets and drawers, looking for flasks and vials, and ingredients that would go inside the bottles to make the potions. The five of them of them continued working on the different potions, looking for the perfect one. “Okay,” said Sungjoo, slowly mixing a dark brown potion. “This one is done. Should I test it on one of the subjects?” “Let me see, said Yixuan, who quickly walked over and picked up the flask, carefully examining the contents. He gave the flask back to Sungjoo, nodding slowly. Sungjoo grinned and walked over to one of the candles that hung on the wall. He grabbed it and pulled it down, causing a clicking noise to come from it. The wall started to turn and the other side of the wall was now there instead. Chained to the wall were men and women of different ages and races They all looked incredibly thin and dirty. Sungjoo grabbed the chin of a young, dark skinned girl, who tried to resist but was too weak to do anything. “Hello sweetheart,” he growled. “Which one of you should we test on today?” He pushed her away and paced in front of the test subjects, before stopping in front of an old man, whose skin clung to thin bones and his hair was as gray as a stormy sky. Sungjoo grabbed his chin and forced him to open his mouth then he proceeded to pour the dark brown liquid down his throat. The man’s bones started to crack and break as the man screamed in agony, spazzing against the chains. Dark smoke began to form around the man, until his entire being was surrounded in darkness. When the smoke cleared, a young child was instead chained to the wall. The other four boys started to laugh, as Sungjoo stared, confused, at the young boy who had his head bowed. That was until the boy lunged at Sungjoo, attempting to claw out his eyes. The boy;s eyes were as red as fresh blood and his teeth like a shark’s. His skin was as gray as the smoke that had made him and his smile as mischievous as a pixie. Sungjoo jumped back, and the others stopped laughing. “Damn,” said Sungjoo, smiling at the boy with a similar grin. “It was so close too.” “That’s alright,” said Yixuan. “We’ll figure out the perfect potion soon.” The four of them continued to work for who knows how long, but finally, Yibo shouted in fear and glee as a pitch black smoke started to crawl out from the potion that he had been working on. The smoke rose and moved as if it were an animal hunting his prey. The five boys stopped working to stare at the smoke. They all stared at each other, grinning mischievously. “I think we finally figured it out,” said Yibo. “I think this is the one.” “Finally,” cheered Wenhan. “It’s been years since we first started looking for this potion!” “Should we test it first to see if it’s the real thing?” asked Seungyoun, looking over at Yixuan. “No,” said Yixuan. “This is the one. Yibo, make enough for the five of us. Tonight, we become the perfect monsters.” The five of them worked on the potions until they had made five identical ones with black smoke that crawled out from the flasks. Wenhan grabbed one of the candles and put it in the center of the room. The five of them surrounded it in a circle, vials in their hands. “Let us toast to a new beginning,” began Yixuan. “It’s been too long hyungs. Our new journey has finally begun. Let the darkness consume us, and let the Humans fear us.” They all started to laugh maniacally, before putting the glasses to their lips and letting the dark liquid slide down their throats. *********** “Wow, that’s a big house,” I said, gaping at the giant mansion that stood in front of me. Actually, more like giant castle. “Yeah, it’s pretty big, but the inside is to die for. I know for sure that you’ll love it,” said the real estate agent, smiling as happily as she could. “Come now, the living room is gorgeous!” The real estate agents basically dragged me through the doors of the old house, but there wasn’t anything pretty about it. It looked like someone had tried to clean it, but it still looked creepy as hell. Most of the furniture had been taken out of the room, so dust covered every inch of the old place. Most of the wallpaper had been ripped off, so the dark walls that were covered in spider webs were the main attention. The place didn’t smell any better, and only unlit candles really decorated the place. I mean seriously, was there even any electricity to power any lights in here? “Would you like a tour of the house?” asked the other cheerful, real estate agent, who was putting on the fakest smile that I’ve ever seen. “Yeah, we can show you the master bedr-” began the first one, before I interrupted quickly saying, “No, it’s fine. I’d rather look around myself. As I started up the stairs, I heard the two start to whisper among themselves. Something about like, “She’s definitely buying this house. There’s no way a crazy girl like her wouldn’t.” Well that’s a bit rude... I walked down the dark hallways and didn’t notice anything in particularly special about the place. Well, not until I started looking through the rooms. In every room, there was a single unlit candle in the center of the rooms. I didn’t think anything of it until I started to notice it in every single room that I passed by, in the same exact spot too. I got to the last door and saw that it was closed. Every other room had been wide open, what was different about this one? I reached out to grab the doorknob, but before I could even touch it, the door swung open. I was about to run screaming down the hall, but the candle in the center of the room lit up. I felt something like a hand grab me around the wrist and pull me into the room, before shutting the door right behind me. I was about to run screaming out the room when all the candles in the room started to light up. The room looked like an old chemistry room and old papers, broken glasses, and dead plants decorated the room, along with the hundred lit candles. Out of the corner of my eye, I watched as something in the shadows began to move. I held my breath to suppress a scream and backed up until I felt the wall against my back. It wasn’t something in the shadows that was moving, it was the shadows! I watched as five human like shadows started to move around the room, on the floor and walls. The candle lighting them up. “Look at the mirror,” whispered a voice. “Listen to us, we won’t hurt you,” said another. “We just need your help. We’re not the bad guys,” mumbled a third. I felt something grab my hand and slowly start to pull me toward a broken mirror on the floor. I hesitantly glanced down at it and let out a little yelp as the face of a young man showed on the mirror, as if he was standing behind me. “See, we’re not monsters. We’re Humans, just like you. We were foolish and stupid and we need you to help us out,” the first voice whispered, coming from the man’s mouth. I watched as four other men appeared from the corners of the mirror and walked up behind me so that I could see them in the reflection. But when I turned around, all I saw were shadows. “My name is Yixuan,” the first man whispered. “And this is Wenhan, Sungjoo, Yibo, and Seungyoun,” he said, as he indicated to each man. “Please help us,” whimpered Yibo, grabbing my hand in the reflection, which I felt in real life but didn’t see. “How could I help you?” I cried, pushing past them and away from the mirror. “By making this potion,” Yixuan said, pointing at a paper that was the least damaged. I slowly picked it up and started to read down the list of ingredients. “Even if I could, how am I supposed to find anything on this list?” I asked, still terrified at the whole idea of this. And very surprised at myself for not breaking down and crying or at least running out of the room and screaming for the men in white to take me far away. “We’ll help you,” said Sungjoo, smiling at me. “Ya, we’ll show you where to go. Just take a mirror with you wherever you go, so that you can see us. But we’ll whisper to you and follow you around, leading you to the places that you have to go.” said Seungyoun, making this sound like a totally normal thing. “Uhhh I’m not sure that’ll work,” I started. “No!” screamed Yixuan, pushing me against the wall, which was really weird since I couldn’t see him now, only feel him. “You need to help us. If you help us, we’ll reward you greatly.” I didn’t know what to say, but something inside of me made me nod my head. I heard the five of them cheer, as Yixuan let me go. I knew what I was doing wasn’t a good thing, but that didn’t make me a good person, either. ************** I mixed the potion, as the five of them screamed different instructions out at me. I rolled my eyes and concentrated on making the gray potion turn white. Finally, after what felt like hours the liquid changed into a ghostly white color. “Okay, that looks like enough for the five of us,” said Yixuan, patting me on the back. “You’ve been such a great help,” said Yibo. The others nodded in agreement. I didn’t look in the mirror, I didn’t want to look at them. So I just smiled and nodded, pouring the liquid carefully into five glasses. I watched as the glasses floated in the air. “Ah thank you, friend,” said Seungyoun. “We couldn’t have done this without you.” “Should we make a toast,” asked Wenhan. “No, we don’t need anything going wrong this time,” said Yixuan. I watched as the vials titled up and disappeared into thin air. Pure black smoke began to form out of nowhere and I watched as five figures appeared. I covered my eyes as they quickly changed into something more appropriate. “Again, I say thank you,’ said Yixuan, while the others stared at themselves in awe. “This really means the world to us.” I nodded, not meeting his, “Ya, no problem. Anytime.” I nervously walked over to one of the tables and quickly pulled something out of the drawer and hiding it behind my back. “But now it’s time for you to go,” growled Sungjoo. I quickly turned around and stared as the five of them stepped closer to me, with dark grins on their faces. “Wa-wait, but I did as you asked,” I stuttered, my heart racing like a drum. “Promises are meant to be broken,” smirked Yixuan, the others chuckling darkly. I quickly raised my hand and put the vial, that I had hidden behind my back, up to my lips and swallowed the liquid down. It tasted dark and rotten, but I smiled as it slid, coldly, down my throat. The five boys stared at me in pure horror. “What was that?” gulped Wenhan. “It couldn’t have been…” gasped Yibo. “No, we would’ve seen you making it,” said Sungjoo, horrified. “But I did,” I smirked, pitch black smoke forming around me as my body broke and bent causing unimaginable pain to swirl through me, forcing me to scream like I was burning. The five of them backed up and stared at me with eyes filled with terror, as my body began to grow and change into a monster that was as dark as the night sky and with a soul as black death. “No,” muttered Yixuan. “Oh, but yes,” I growled. “B-but how?” “Well,” I said, in a voice that was not human nor animal. “I knew who you were and what you had been doing here. Why do you think I even came to this house in the first place? You all thought you were all as evil as can be? Well, you see. I’m even eviler. And I saved you all, making you believe that I was doing good. I’m surprised that you all didn’t find the recipe that laid right in front of you eyes.” I laughed a horrid laugh that could chill the bones of skeletons and make demons rise out of their graves. “Now, what did that damn priest say? Oh yes,” she began. “I am the sun to the moon. I am the God to the Humans. I will protect you from the darkness, because I am the bringer of the light to the evil in your soul. 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