Party In The Mines Jan 31, 2016 0:15:42 GMT
Post by The Clown on Jan 31, 2016 0:15:42 GMT
The Blackheart Mines were certainly a lonesome place. The noise of machinery were kept at a rhythmic lull for many that worked in its deep caverns. To many of them, it was just another day toiling in the dim darkness with the constant occurrences of monstrosities lurking about to sink their discolored yellow fangs into their flesh. But many of them kept their distance, curiously enough. The occasional attack happened once or twice in a long while, but it has been at a rather suspiciously peaceful lull for some time.
But that distorted harmony was going to end.
Deeper within the web of tunnels that have yet to be explored was something that lurked about, slowly advancing in its own unsettling and limping manner. Not just one, but a number of rhythmic clacks filled the dark expanse. It almost sounded like a chorus of wooden clapping took place where there was no one beating their wooden palms together in applause.
Clown-like grotesques slowly limped forward in one lumbering body. They were flawed, and furthermore, seemed ever more demented with the flash of smiling teeth that showed from their ceramic faces. Their physical proportions were all skewed, yet somehow they seemed blithe. From the noise they generated with the clacking of their teeth and the cacophonous laughter that soon came after, screams started to emanate from behind.
Monstrosities of the depths were awakened from the lull that had ruled over them. They would serve their new masters, or rather, were guided by them. This chaotic body of monsters united and swarmed through the tunnels, screaming and roaring in the dark and eventually into the light of civilization. For the workers who checked in this day, they were going to have a bad time. Alarms were sounded and orders quickly issued to meet this growing menace. They would hold, yet it wouldn't last for long.
In the midst of this chaos, one person watched it all happen. Behind the mask it wore, a savage satisfied grin would be forming. It was time to move.
"Let the game begin!"