Once Dead OCT Round 1Katerish looked down at the tiny, crumpled slip of paper, and frowned. Veronica’s face stared back at her as she picked up her spoon and stirred her tea. “A game of tag?” Katerish mused, shaking a packet of sugar into the drink. “What kind of joke is this?”Once Dead OCT Round 1 by Silver-Drake
She was sitting in a room made of luscious, redbrown wood. Or what would be luscious, redbrown wood, if her room had been lit by the sun. She had quickly found that being slightly buzzed at all times of day was deeply unsettling, not to mention distasteful, and despite her various experiences throughout her past lifetime, drugs were a recreation that she never could fully enjoy. It was sparsely decorated, aside from the various spiders’ webs populating the corners and under the bed, and there were no paintings or vases or flowers to be seen. Most importantly, it was sparsely decorated, per se, outside as well; the majority of creatures, no, contestants had preferred the upper levels, and the
Once Dead OCT IntroKaterish looked up at the white sign, squinting against the harsh glare of the sun. “Hotel de las Aragnas”, she read slowly. She paused, and took another look at the pristine sign, and blocked out the light source with a hand. “Hotel… de las… Aragnas.” She cocked her head to the side and absentmindedly smiled at the alien language. She had not an inkling of an idea what those words meant.Once Dead OCT Intro by Silver-Drake
The last thing Katerish remembered was her final transformation into a phoenix. Next thing she knew, she had awoken under a rather magnificent specimen of some sort of spindly, branchy thing, or what she’d call magnificent if only she knew what it was. She had quickly learnt that there were many other differences in this odd sort of dream world; despite the sun being present in the sky, she felt little longing to burst into flame. If it weren’t for the slight buzzing feeling she got whenever she was under it, it’s almost be pleasant.