.Playtime [Titan | Closed] Sept 18, 2014 7:15:50 GMT -5
Post by creed on Sept 18, 2014 7:15:50 GMT -5
- ”Much better.”
The noise was all too much. Ever since stepping into this theme park they called ‘Gold Saucer’, Creed had started to feel a dull throbbing pain behind her eyes. All the noise; all the lights; all the laughter and ecstatic screaming was all too much for the dark saviour. Now Creed enjoyed a good game, laughing and playing around, but not for this type of entertainment. The thrills she sought for was pain, fear and death of others. This was child’s play. This whole building, dedicated to please and entertain people in these dark times; this was a distraction to those who wished to forget their troubles and to forget that people like Creed existed.
Upon spending hours roaming around the giant playground, Creed stumbled upon a dark graveyard. Tombstones peaked from beneath the dirt, hiding below the dead trees which dotted around the large gloomy mansion in the distance. A flash of lightning illuminated the dark girl as she approached the building, hoping to find a quieter place to devour some innocent souls. Playing assassin in the middle of a theme park full of children was enough to put off the dark saviour from doing her duties. She couldn’t risk upsetting young lives. It went against her nature to see large innocent eyes watch her as she stole their parents away from them.
For now, she would rest within these four walls.
Her black claws pressed against the door, allowing herself to enter the reception behind them. A pale looking man, clearly dressed to suit the occasion, greeted her with a slow bow behind the desk. Paying no mind to the man, Creed was too busy eyeing the décor within the hotel room. All around her screamed horror and fear. Everything reflected skulls belonging to both monsters and humans, with candles burning dimly within their eye socks or open jaws. Pictures hung along the dark coloured room, with their eyes watching those who entered the haunted building. A large grandfather clock ticked away in the background; a fitting sound to try and help hide the muffled screams which were clearly being played on a musical device.
The dark saviour moved forward, only to pause again as two figures appeared in the corner of her eye, playing chess. Their appearance were that of ghosts; almost transparent if it weren’t for their fill of a full white hue. Just as they turned to look at her looking at them, they slowly vanished from sight, but the chess pieces continued to move about as they continued their game in hiding. ”Don’t mind them, child.” The man behind the desk coughed, indicating for the pale haired woman to come forward.
”Don’t call me child.” She spoke bluntly, moving towards the desk after narrowing her eyes at the sickly looking man in costume.
”Forgive me. Would you like to stay the night?” He asked, bowing his head apologetic for dubbing her a child. Creed smiled, placing a clawed hand against her hip and the other hand placed flat against her cheek.
”My, my. Aren’t we being a bit forward?” Her lips pulled into a playful smile. She got the gist that this place was a hotel, but she couldn’t resist jesting with the worker. Before he could point out that this was in fact a place to stay, Creed lowered her hands to her sides. ”Sure. So long as there are other souls staying here?”
”Oh, there are plenty of ‘souls’ which reside here.” He grinned, his eyes rolling up from filling in the paperwork and towards the purple eyes of Creed’s. Smiling back, she knew he was in character and didn’t quite understand her meaning. Then again, no one ever did. She was an odd being which needed to feed on the death of others. And this place would be perfect. It was late already. No doubt people would come to fill these rooms leaving Creed to pounce on her victims.
Taking the keys to her room, Creed walked up the stairs and into the room number 106. Unlocking the door, she would remain within the room until she felt the need to go hunting for some souls. For now, she would relax the throbbing in her head by lying on the bed and blocking out all noise and light with a pillow.