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May 29, 2015Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
"Thanks, that makes me feel much better." Herobrine said in half concentration as he repeatedly glanced over at Steve.
Steve was right about to order a Mystery Mix and a Cheeseburger in Paradise Special, when he saw a familiar face and deiced to take a closer look.
"Hello Herobrine." He said calmly right behind his brother's chair.
"So we meet again Steve." Herobrine said as he turned around, in a equally (if not more so) calm yet incredibly creepy voice as he pretended not to notice the large amounts of flammable sweat streaming down his back, and the constant quaking of his hands.
Apr 12, 2015Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
Herobrine sat up straight.
"Cool, but it's not that it's just- well umm... I just don't have time for it." He said earnestly.
A tall man in blue painted armor with a helmet shaped like an eagle entered the bar.
"Great, just great now Steve's here." Herobrine muttered to himself.
Steve walked over to a table uncomfortably close to were Herobrine was seated.
He took off his helmet which revealed his tidy though sweaty hair and blue eyes.
"One menu please!" He said in
Apr 6, 2015Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
Herobrine leaned a bit closer.
"Look, not meaning to be rude, but it's-"
He took a deep breath.
"It's not your business."
"My life was shattered into thousand pieces, and I was cursed with powers that even I myself fear. I was stopped in the middle of a plan to save the forest dwellers, but it was interrupted."
"Ugg, what I'm trying to say is I'm busy, I don't have time for this, plus countless whole lives is worth more than a shattered one." Herobrine said bitterly.
"Now can we please talk about something else? Like soda; how do they get it to be so fizzy when there's nothing fermented in it?"
"Did they enchant it? I don't know, it's just so entreating." Herobrine said excitedly as he hunched over to examine his watermelon soda.
Mar 26, 2015Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
((I apologize for my lack of posts recently; I've experienced complications. Now here comes my post. ))
"No, you aren't my doctor, you have no right to tell me what I need to do!" Herobrine answered angrily.
"Sorry." He said after a moment to realize what he'd just said.
He took a deep breath, and leaned closer to Sam to make sure what he was going to say would be out of ear-shot of Saltus.
"I have flash backs to the worst night of my life, and I hate being around just about anything that reminds me of that night, unless I take that potion I can't have a moments peace. I know it sounds like there's something wrong, but there isn't. It's just me and another of my stupid weaknesses, and to think Saltus thinks there is." Herobrine said with a brief, but very fake sounding laugh at the end.
"Can we talk about something else now?" Herobrine asked after a brief pause.
"I'm sorry to be so secretive about these things, but Saltus just won't stop bringing it up."
Mar 22, 2015Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
"What is what? Now that we know each other let's talk about the weather!" Herobrine said in a jumbled out of tone nervous voice.
His glowing eyes darted around the bar growing wider and wider, suddenly without warning Herobrine collapsed on the table. He started muttering the words: "No. No. No. Steve you don't understand, let me explain. I can explain, just let me explain; this isn't what it looks like. No. No! Steve don't you don't know what you're dealing with! No. No!" The last "No." Was the loudest and said in the way you'd expect to hear it as a last word.
He woke up, shaking uncontrollably from head to toe and as pale as a ghost. He reached under the table for his backpack, then fumbled though its contents until he found a glass bottle full of a disgusting looking ear wax yellow potion. Trembling he uncorked the bottle and drank the vile concoction, almost gaging as he drank the final swallow.
It only took a few seconds for his trembling to stop.
Saltus rushed over to Herobrine.
"I knew it! I knew that you weren't well dispite your lies! I have proof this time! This is a very serious problem, but don't worry we can still fix it! If you don't believe me, I can bring it up in your book of knowledge!"
Saltus reached in Herobrine's backpack and took an old book from it.
As soon as Saltus held up the book Herobrine knocked it out of Saltus' grasp.
Saltus stared open mouthed at Herobrine.
"No, there is nothing wrong with me; I was just stupid and lazy by forgetting to take my potion." He said slowly and angrily as he put the book away.
"Fine, be that way! But don't get mad at me when I wake you at 5 A.M. tomorrow morning to take care of it!" Saltus yelled as he stormed back to his seat.
"Sorry about that, he's normally quite nice." Herobrine said turning to Sam.
"Anyway, I just wanted to come clean with you about the fact that I did some house burning and fake murdering to make the humans afraid of me, so that they'd either learn about the situation and join the cause, or flee; not that anyone actually got hurt, I would never let that happen, never again. Though the fact still remains that I played my part so well that Steve became a warrior to defeat me, not only because of what he thinks I am, but what he thinks I did." Herobrine said gravely.
Mar 20, 2015Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
"I doubt it." Herobrine said.
"Though it's not because I doubt the people at this tavern..." He said like he was making a confession.
Herobrine leaned closer to Sam.
"...it's something else." He said in a horse whisper.
He then glanced hastily at the door.
Mar 19, 2015Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
((zabing your signature Pokemon thing is adorable. I've never played or even used the cards or the mod; still when I come across a picture of a cute one I can't help but think: "Awww."))
"No, actually strange though it's true; he's my big brother." Herobrine said uncomfortably.
After a brief pause he continued:
"From the first time he learned of my powers, he has thought that I'm possessed by a demon; consequently ever since I escaped he has stopped at nothing to "Get his brother back." as he calls it." Herobrine said slowly.
He took another pause, then a deep breath then continued:
"It's really quite hard to watch, though he has matured a lot in the last few months, he still plays the part of the hero; charging though the battle field on horse back, slashing the enemy, and shouting insults at the villain, also known as me. It has never been his goal to kill me; instead he wants to capture me to try to put an end to the condition I don't have. He calls me the monster, yet he is so stubborn that the idea of how much he took that night, not only from me, but from them." Herobrine pointed to Saltus who was sitting happily, eyes sparkling with life and mischief.
"I could have ended a war, saved countless lives, if it weren't for my own odious mistake; though Steve, my brother, was the one who made sure I didn't have a second chance when he thew that potion; giving me my scarlet letter, my mark of shame, these disgraceful eyes."
Mar 18, 2015Posted in: Forum Roleplaying
"Cool." Herobrine said in awe at the mention of espionage, even though he was often on the other side of it; he had always found it a fascinating subject. Later when Sam talked about it not applying anymore Herobrine nodded solemnly.
"I'm sorry to hear about your universe." Herobrine said slowly and sadly.
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