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[Hellfire - Origins] ~Greylight Story Thread~

5 years 5 months ago #77905 by Guakstick

ErnestWri431 wrote:

Guakstick wrote:

ErnestWri431 wrote: Aye this is some nice story brewing in.

Took me a night to read everything, haha.

But there's some clićhe though.

The clićhe is important, it adds some humour (at least later on) and helps the story run smoother. Glad you enjoyed, any ideas you have will be very much appreciated.

Fun fact: I will be triggered when a sensitive clićhe hits me.

And I would ask you to remember that I have a wider audience to consider. I can't please everyone, so you can be triggered as much as you like.

Dank Bruh.

Author Of The 'Hellfire' Series.
Self-Proclaimed Master Of Cynicism.
Lives In UK, Thinks It's Shite.
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5 years 5 months ago - 5 years 5 months ago #78034 by Guakstick

So, I feel it's minor update time. And by minor update I mean where I'm going with this. So, similar to the last time I did this, I'm going to try and cover everything that I have planned for the future of this series. This is gonna be fun...

To begin...

1 - The Schedule:
I've planned it out roughly. I'm planning to have Origins finished in its first iteration (with the plot mainly done) by late January/early February 2017. Epilogue may be released some time during February, I'll see how I can fit it in. At the moment I'm juggling finishing off Chapters 8, 9 and 10 as well as doing the secret chapters and planning out two side stories. Phew. And they say I've got time to study...

2 - The Third One:
So, for those observant you'd notice I updated my signature with an extra bit of detail. So, time to officially announce [Hellfire - Headhunters - A Greylight Tale] . (Yes, that is the official title. Yes, that is going to apply for all other ones.) This will be the final story in the main series, with a batshit crazy ending I credit TheOrion for coming up with. Also note I said final in the main series. Oh yeah, it's going to get real.

3 - Spin Offs, Side Stories and Breaks. Oh god these...:
Well this is fun. I can now announce each officially considered side series as of this time - there will be no plot spoilers, just where they will come in the story (TBD is referring to the fact most of these do not have a title yet):
Backwaters - Between Origins and Exile
TBD - Between Exile and Headhunters
Short Stories from the Lupine Union - All over the place - Various stories and types of story, ranging from backstory plot to recounts, etc. Written by both me and TheOrion.
TBD - Late Origins to Midway Exile - Jason Bourne inspired series (I mentioned this previously)
TBD - Throughout all three - Focusing on Lupine Union Military (Army, Navy, Airforce) who all get their own stories to coincide with certain chapters. More on that later...
TBD - Set around five years after Headhunters - A side series about what happens afterwards. Fun stuff hopefully.

Small note to make though; while not necessary to read the side stories it will give a better understanding of certain plot points, plot elements or character choices/decisions.
And that's (I think) all I have so far to talk about side stories. Message me about names if you can think of any, but must work with "A Greylight Tale" at the end.

4 - Speaking of Secret Chapters...:
Well this is gonna be fucking up my planned order of Chapters... Alright, so I wasn't happy with the Prologue, and Chapter 1 - 5. So I'm redoing them. Most of the plot will still be there, it'll just be changed. Just a bit. Ok, maybe a bit more than 'just a bit'. Actually, drastically is a better word. In addition to this, I'm adding at least three more chapters in, a 2.5, 3.5 and 4.5. (Won't be called that, but that's what I'm calling them in my head) These will focus more in detail on life at Blackveil and another battle chapter. There'll also be extra detail and some changes to later chapters to accommodate for these inclusions.

5 - My Thanks:
I want to say a massive thank you to everyone who supports the story and says such nice things about my work, it really means a lot to me that people appreciate my work. I am also considering posting this story series onto other websites to grow a larger base of readers. (I'll have to consult Derpi as to whether I can post what is really his work with my twist somewhere else)

And I think that's everything to talk about for now. I'm hoping to get Chapter 8 released by mid December if I push myself. (I have to do my edits to earlier chapters first though)

Anyways, I hope you've enjoyed so far and will continue to enjoy everything I have to write for your viewing pleasure. It's been an honour,


Dank Bruh.

Author Of The 'Hellfire' Series.
Self-Proclaimed Master Of Cynicism.
Lives In UK, Thinks It's Shite.
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5 years 4 months ago - 5 years 4 weeks ago #78170 by Guakstick
Hello everyone! I wasn't planning on posting this until my early-chapter edits were complete, but I think due to the season I should post this. So, please enjoy Chapter 8.

Chapter 14 ( 8 )

“So, I’m just gonna go through it one more time.” Aryn said as they bounced up and down in the back of the truck, their breath creating clouds of condensation around them in the freezing temperatures.

“You’ve gone through this like six times already!” Lyll said, his head in his hands.

“Well I want to make sure we all get what the Overseer told us.” Aryn replied, but was cut off by Marric over the comms from the cabin passenger seat.

She said that ‘We are to enter an abandoned Skymare research and mining facility, to secure the area and then wait for her to arrive. We will need to gain access to the central mine to complete the final steps of her plan, and that we are to be wary of enemies from inside the compound, or any that may have followed us’.

“Not like many people would want to follow us up here.” Alessia said, sitting huddled in the corner to stay warm. There was a chorus of chortles as the truck continued along.

Now a good time to hand out the masks?” Arcadio said over comms from the drivers seat.

“As good a time as any I guess…” Lyll said, reaching into a bag by his feet and pulling out what appeared to be a compact form of gas mask, which was handed around to everyone except Silent, obviously.

Aryn took off his helmet, pulled his mask on and secured it with the straps around the back of his head, and then re-secured the helmet in place. Despite having already tried them on, it surprised him how little of his vision was obstructed.

The Overseer had advised them to use the masks, as the area they were travelling to had previously been used as a testing ground for all kinds of weapons, and there were heightened levels of radiation in the snow and dust, so the masks were to make sure they didn’t breathe any in. She had also warned that energy storms appeared more frequent in the area due to the energy misbalance caused by the mine, and it could disrupt electronics at that high of a level.

A sudden shuddering motion brought Aryn out of his thoughts, and he noticed they had stopped.

The snow is too thick to get any further, but I think I can just about see the research base.” Arcadio called over comms, and they heard the engine turn off.

Lyll lowered the tailgate and they all jumped out, the snow enveloping their feet to just below the knee. Drawing their weapons they followed Arcadio slowly towards a rocky hillside just visible in the early morning light. As they got closer Aryn noticed a pair of hangar bay doors set back into the side of the hillside, with some smaller buildings just outside, making it look the part of some kind of arctic research station.

Nearing the external buildings, Arcadio signalled for Aryn and Lyll to check one of the closest outbuildings to identify their purpose. They split off from the group, as did Alessia and Gades to check another, and as they approached Lyll cried out, suddenly stopping and falling over into the snow.

“What happened?” Arcadio said, rushing over as Aryn pulled Lyll back to his feet.

“There was something under the snow, I don’t know what, but it certainly wasn’t ground.” Lyll replied, shaken. Aryn slowly reached down and brushed away the snow, and recoiled. Lying before them was a frozen, mutilated corpse. Its skin was blackened by the cold, but what was left of it had been perfectly preserved. It was so deformed, there were no distinguishing features hinting at its species.

“How long did the Overseer say this facility had been closed for?” Marric said, his head appearing from around Arcadio’s shoulder.

“About seven years. I guess they would have stayed preserved this long…” Arcadio replied, gazing over the large gashes in its sides, strangely angled limbs and what appeared to be bullet entry holes at its chest.

“Come on, we’ve got to keep going. The other buildings appear to be small storage warehouses.” Alessia announced, having appeared behind them. She looked down at the body. “There are more of them around. A few on the steps of one of the buildings, and I’d bet that there are more of them inside.”

They rose to their feet and walked cautiously over to the hangar doors, which loomed over them, easily able to fit a reasonably sized aircraft. The doors were slightly ajar, and the gap was just enough to slip through. Through the space only an expanse of darkness could be viewed.

Someone have a torch?” Arcadio whispered. Marric unclipped a flashlight from his belt and turned it on. They slipped past the door, and into the hallway beyond.

It was wide walled and tall ceilinged, but after that the normal features of an indoors area disappeared. Where the light swung, they could easily see many more mutilated bodies piled against the wall, many closest to their entrance point frozen, the ice crystals still visible on their bodies. There were large blood splatters encompassing large sections of the walls, with panels hanging loosely from the ceiling and walls, torn electrical wires visible, the occasional cable hanging straight down, blocking their advance into the darkness.

Woah…” Lyll breathed, staring around at the carnage.

Arcadio signalled for them to move forward, raising his rifle as he began to creep ahead into the blackness. The others followed closely behind, continuing to stare around at the wreckage. Their footsteps echoed off the walls, reverberating down the passage. As they continued side corridors could be seen off to the left and right, some blocked up with debris, covered in blood or piled high with dead bodies.

After a multitude of minutes walking in deathly quiet, they reached a large door blocking their path, similar in design to that at the base entrance. A sign, which hung off the wall beside it, read ‘Mine Entrance’.

I guess this is end of the road. Should probably get this open.” Marric said, pulling his backpack off of his back, opening it, and withdrawing five RHA plastic explosive charges.

I would stand back. Like, really far back.” He warned, setting the munitions against the door. The others all backed away, and hid in the nearest side-passages, Lyll and Aryn having to throw some more corpses out into the hallway to make room.

Are you sure the place won’t collapse?” Alessia asked as Marric scampered around the corner, detonator in hand.

Don’t worry, I’m sixty-three per cent sure.” He replied, smiling at her dismayed expression.

Ten. Nine. Eight. Seve- Oh who am I kidding it’s boom time!” Marric announced, and pressed down firmly on the trigger. There was a deafening bang and cracking sound which shook the entire area so much the piles of bodies slumped to the floor.

You never were one for warnings were you Marric?” Arcadio said, rubbing his ears to get rid of the tinnitus.

They all stepped out from their cover viewing body parts strewn across the floor from the dead who lay at the base of the door when the charges detonated. In unison, they stared at the door as Marric redirected his torch to it.

Are you serious?” Said Alessia.

That SHOULD have worked…” Marric replied, hands on his hips gazing at the unmarked door. It appeared the cracking sounds they had heard was in fact the concrete ceiling.

So Marric, what does your ever-present wisdom say we should do next?” Lyll inquired condescendingly.

As far as I can see, we have two options. Either we get some power on in this place and find the mechanism to open the door, or we can try a different kind of explosive. This is a mining facility, so some of the warehouses out front probably hold a few spares.” He replied, turning around to see them all staring at him in disbelief. “What? That’s my judgement.

You want to blow this up again?” Gades asked, raising his eyebrow.

Look, it just an option, I mean, who knows if there’s still fuel for the main generators, if the back-up turns on or even if they work at all. If they do and we find the controls, we won’t need the explosives. But I think it’s better to have them ready sooner.” Marric reasoned, gesturing towards the door and out the way they came.

I guess that makes sense.” Aryn said thoughtfully.

Fine. Alessia, Gades, you take Marric to go find the generators. Me, Lyll, Rhys and Silent will look for the door controls. Aryn, you go out to the warehouses and look for those explosives.” Arcadio voiced, sighing, admitting defeat and going with Marric’s crazy idea.

They all nodded except Silent, who pointed at Aryn, then past him down the hall, and holding up a finger.

He’ll be fine man, Aryn can handle himself. No need to worry, right mate?” Lyll responded to Silent’s actions. He then switched his attention to Aryn. “Yo dude, if you need help with carrying them back or something happens out there, just radio in.

Aryn grinned as Lyll tapped the side of his helmet, smiled back, and punched him playfully on the shoulder. Aryn began to walk off into the blackness, turning around to give Silent a thumbs-up, and then continued his journey down the lightless corridor.


As he strode forward his mind wandered, imagining what life would have been like if fate hadn’t decided to mess his life up so thoroughly. He pictured himself graduating from university; the happy faces of his family being the only clear ones in the crowd. He was so engrossed in his thoughts that he didn’t recall when he had slipped through the front doors, or the headache began to form.

Aryn was snapped out of his fantasy when his temples pulsed painfully. He looked around him, noticing he was not too far from the entrance, and looked around to see wisps of snow licking their way along the ground with significant speed in the distance. Suddenly, without warning, he was almost blown off his feet as a gust of snow whipped past him. His headache was becoming more unbearable as the seconds passed, the energy storm raging around him, blocking all visibility; it was all white.

He held up a hand to his helmet as he trudged in the direction he hoped was back into the base, and pressed on the comms button.

Can anyone hear me? Guys? Anyone?” He spoke into it, but was only met with static.

‘Of course,’ Aryn thought to himself, giving up on that idea. ‘The Overseer said most electronics wouldn’t work in a storm.’

As he trudged through the ever-increasing volumes of snow he made out a dark shape, and hurried as fast as he could towards it. It turned out to be a tree trunk, stripped bare by years of storms and blackened by the sub-zero temperatures. He decided it was best to stay by the tree as a reference point.

Almost as suddenly as it came, the winds died down, leaving snow and dust hanging in the air around him, painting his vision near totally white. He stared around, searching for any other features in the gloom other than the tree he resided beside.

There was nothing.

He was lost.

[Edit: 17th April 2017]


Dank Bruh.

Author Of The 'Hellfire' Series.
Self-Proclaimed Master Of Cynicism.
Lives In UK, Thinks It's Shite.
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5 years 4 months ago #78253 by SwiftFox
why is the greylight content pack thread locked?
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5 years 4 months ago #78316 by Guakstick
Hello once more!

I've posted some Chapter updates, those being:
  • Prologue
  • 1
  • 2 + 2.5
  • 3 + 3.25

There are still more edits to come, but exams have got in the way of proper work on this, so hopefully these will do. Chapter 9 is finished, yet I will need to post my Chapters 3.5 to 4ish to have it make sense.

I hope you enjoy what is there at the moment, and apologise for the delay.

Dank Bruh.

Author Of The 'Hellfire' Series.
Self-Proclaimed Master Of Cynicism.
Lives In UK, Thinks It's Shite.
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5 years 3 months ago - 5 years 4 weeks ago #78430 by Guakstick
Chapter 15 ( 9 )

The blankness closed in. His chest felt heavy as the claustrophobia set in and he tried to regulate his fast breathing and heartbeat. He tried to listen into the radio once more, only to be met with static again.

‘This is just wonderful. I guess I’m gonna have to wait this out.’ Aryn contemplated, as his head throbbed painfully once more.

As he waited, huddled by his only point of salvation like a stranded mariner, a low noise materialised from around him, but the origin couldn’t be seen. It was a humming noise, similar to that of a lawn mower at a distance.

Suddenly, a dark mass moved above Aryn. It was hard to make out its shape due to the fog-like snow hanging in the air, but it slowly passed over his head and moved off out of his vision, the buzzing sound following it. Instinctively he crouched down by the tree and stayed as still as possible.

Silence pressed in on his ears as he strained his ears for any sound. There was a faint thud noise some distance away, opposite to his side of trunk, as if someone was walking in the snow. A pause was followed by six more similar noises in quick succession, a whoosh, and silence once more. Seven electrical priming sounds emanated from behind him, like the explosives from old action movies.

Aryn slowly moved his head out from its protection to try and get a look at the source of the noise, but was only met with the now familiar wall of fog-like snow. He kept his head in place, and, using the dial by his temple, tried to get a visor spectrum that worked with the electrical interference.

‘Night Vision, no… thermal, no… why won’t any of these work?’ He thought to himself as he twisted the dial, each time being met with blackness. He twisted the dial one more time. ‘Thermal, n- wait a second…’

Instead of the plain blackness he expected, every now and then a faint grey outline would appear in the distance of his vision, maybe around thirty metres away. It flickered, faded into the background darkness, and then reappeared suddenly. Over around twenty seconds six other similar outline appeared lined up around the first, all fading in and out of his sight.

A sudden breeze distracted him as he shivered and huddled once more around the tree, not having realised just how cold it was. He leaned his head back around the edge once the winds died down, and saw the outlines much clearer, and, unnervingly, moving closer. Now able to more clearly see their visitors, he tried to note them down.

‘Armoured; it looks padded, probably for the temperature. Wings folded against back, maybe they can fly. Weird looking helmets, must be for the ears.’ He contemplated, and switched his visor from thermal back to visible light. ‘What colour is that? Dark blue? Purple? A sort of mix?’

The dense wall had cleared somewhat, and he could just make out colours of the mysterious people’s suits as they moved even closer still. After a pause Aryn snapped back to the reality of the situation; no one friendly to them knew they were here, and the Overseer wasn’t the kind of person the turn up with an entourage.

He had to move. He spun his head around, and, miraculously, the breeze had cleared enough of the snow that he could just see the outbuildings of the research base about a hundred metres away on his side of the tree. He got up slowly and began to walk towards the base, trying to keep as low as possible, the wind having also removed the loose top-layer of snow, which thankfully made moving far easier.

Aryn walked for around twenty metres before a sound from behind him made him turn, and saw the group lead pointing at him, as three of the others took aim with their rifles, and the last unfurled their wings. Aryn turned, and began to run. He heard heavy pulse sounds from behind him and saw the snow at his feet be impacted with blue, plasma-like shots, which fizzed on the ground as he passed. He heard a charge sound accompanied by three small beeps, and a tree beside his path exploded in a shower of blue sparks. He tried to move right to dodge them, but slipped on the compacted snow, and fell forward as gracefully as a plane crashing.

He managed to catch himself with his hands, and turned to see his attackers. The leader and five of the assailants were still aiming at him, but not firing. As he searched for the last, a flapping noise directed his attention upwards, where the winged creature hung in the air, and then dived once Aryn saw them. Aryn tried to pull his gun around from his back, but it was too late. The enemy was heading straight for him.

Suddenly the sound of ripping uniform and flesh met his ears, accompanied barely a second later by a near-deafening explosion from behind Aryn. He watched as the body of the flying person fell to the ground with a thud, and didn’t move. The ground around the fallen corpse began to turn crimson. Aryn turned around to see Lyll waving at him, bipod deployed on a rock, the rest of Hellfire running forward to engage.

Took you long enough!” Aryn yelled over comms to them, as he scrambled to his feet and began to retreat.

Not the easiest thing when you can’t contact the person you’re trying to save.” Marric yelled back, crouching behind a rock as plasma whizzed over the top.

Aryn ran to take cover behind a tree, but before he could do so it was obliterated by a blast, sending splinters flying in all directions.

Who are these guys?! And where are Gades and Alessia?” Aryn demanded, diving to the ground to avoid the wooden projectiles.

Skymares; and some of the best. These are dark-ops level soldiers, I’ve worked with some before; trust me, if they’re here, this is very bad.” Arcadio responded, firing from behind another boulder. “As for the other two, they’re still inside, they were trying to open the door to the computer room; Kragin had taught them a few things.

Bullets flew past Aryn as he ran over to Marric’s position, collapsing to the ground and panting, pulling his back up to the rock. There was another loud explosion as Lyll fired off another shot, and Silent began to open fire with his light machine gun, standing in place out of cover, the enemy shots having no effect on his suit.

One tango down.” Arcadio noted, reloading his weapon behind his cover as more plasma shots impacted the top and sides of the rock, leaving indentations in the hard surface.

Aryn poked his head over the top to watch the battle. The five remaining skymares had taken cover behind trees or other small boulders, and as Aryn watch he saw one stand up behind the cover and take aim at Silent, and, faintly, Aryn heard three small beeps.

He vaguely heard someone yell ‘railgun’ over the comms, just before a bolt of what looked like blue lightning flew past their cover, hitting Silent straight on, sending sparks of plasma showering to the floor. Time seemed to stand still as they all turned to see Silent still, miraculously, standing. Blue electricity arced from within the suit, licking the ground, melting the exposed surface layer of ice. With a heavy thud, Silent fell forwards, onto his knees then face-planting into the ground.

Move Silent to cover! Now!” Arcadio yelled as he ran out from his rock, dodging the enemy fire to pull the motionless suit behind Aryn’s cover. Aryn looked on, dumbstruck. He’d seen Silent take hundreds of bullets, and even a rocket, but this had seemingly killed him.

He looked around to see the others returning fire until the sound of pressure releasing from a can made him turn and stare at Silent’s suit, where four small jets of steam rose from his back. With a few low clunking noises the back unzipped along the spine and down the back of each leg. There was another pause, before a lupine pulled himself out of the suit. Or, to be more accurate, herself out of the suit.

Aryn stared at her as she straightened up, dressed in just a tank top and loose fitting jeans. She crouched down and looked right, and noticed Aryn staring at her. She froze in place, opened her mouth to speak, closed it again, and just remained frozen. That was until the gunshots brought both back to reality sharply.

She dived behind the cover next to him, breathing deeply before beginning to cough hard, clutching at her throat. Within a moment Aryn had ripped off his gas mask and secured it over her face securely. Aryn inhaled the stale air and felt a sudden rush of energy hit him like a wave, washing away all conscious thought. He felt himself rising to his feet, and an arm tugging at it, which he shook off, and walked out from the cover, dropping the gun in his hands.

In the back of his head a small voice was protesting, confused as having been forced out of its place and now simply watching as the others yelled at an unresponsive Aryn to stop. The skymares had stopped firing, surprised by the sudden boldness of the target. The one in possession of the rail-gun took aim and pressed the trigger, and three beeps went off.

Aryn’s consciousness could only watch from the side-lines, as in a blur of movement his body braced itself, foot digging back into the ground, right arm outstretched stupidly, as if attempting to catch the blast which he had seen disable Silent’s armour and shatter trees into splinters. Aryn tried to open his mouth to yell, but without control over his body he could just mentally brace for his death.

The shot fired. It flew towards him in a blur of azure, and suddenly stopped. It hung in mid-air, suspended by something. All around him, all firing ceased as they stared on in wonderment. Aryn’s disconnected body moved again, straightening up, the ball of energy and plasma floating above his hand like some kind superhero power. He looked back at the others, and Silent poking her head over the top to look. As their eyes met, she could have sworn she saw his blue eyes glowing brightly with a brilliant radiance.

Aryn’s body turned back around to face the skymares, who raised their guns and began firing at him once more, the shots hitting him directly with no effect whatsoever. He simply smiled at them, and directed his arm towards the skymare wielding the rail-gun.

The orb shot from his palm and contacted the enemy, who exploded into chunks of flesh. He turned his face back, and smiled again. They didn’t move. One skymare began to aim his gun at Aryn, who simply looked at him, and his gun exploded, coating him in plasma and he began to dissolve before their eyes. Aryn looked directly at the leader, shock and fear etched in every line of his face, and raised his arm once more. They ran.

Once they disappeared into the distance Aryn could feel his consciousness return to fully control his body, and he swayed dangerously, stumbling, but was caught by a strong pair of arms.

I’ve got you buddy.” Arcadio said, checking Aryn’s face. “You had us worried there, like really worried. And by had, I mean, we still are.

I’m ok man, I just got… disconnected.” He replied, rubbing his temples, he felt like he hadn’t had sleep in days.

“Can you elaborate?” Said a voice from their left, and Aryn turned to see the Overseer leaning by one of the demolished trees.

Hey since when did you get h-“ Marric began, but was cut off by a raised hand.

“I’m interested in the details of whatever that was, but now is not the time. We should hurry before they return.”

Arcadio sighed and the team followed them inside, none noticing the other, shorter female lupine dragging the suit behind her.

They all passed through the door, Silent propping her suit up against the door as it shut. A warning light appeared above them and flashing sign read ‘Venting Air’. There was a loud roaring sound and a rush of wind, then silence.

“That would probably be Alessia and Gades flushing out the contaminated air.” Arcadio said, removing his mask, as did the rest of them.

“Well,” The Overseer began, giving Aryn sideways glances, as if checking he was still able to stand. “I’ll go and find the others. Hopefully no skymares snuck inside while you were busy outside, so I’ll scout on ahead.”

With that, she departed into the darkness of the corridor. After a few seconds a whirring noise began and the secondary lights snapped on.

“I guess they got the back-up generator working properly then. So, how did the Overseer ge-” Lyll said, before being cut off by an unfamiliar and new voice.

“Oh this is just great this is…”

They all turned to see Silent inspecting the damages to her suit. She was now wearing a tool belt Aryn had not seen her wearing when she had exited the first time.

“Who the hell are you? And how the hell did you get here?” Lyll said, annoyance clear in his tone.

“Oh you really are thick aren’t you.” She groaned, standing up and turning around. “Hello, I am Silent.”

[Edit: 17th April 2017]


Dank Bruh.

Author Of The 'Hellfire' Series.
Self-Proclaimed Master Of Cynicism.
Lives In UK, Thinks It's Shite.
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