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what the fack kind of psychadelic shit-- by Madelonetjj
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Sorry for some of the older drawings!

heLP ME SOS GOT TAGGED TWICE

Journal Entry: Fri Jun 19, 2015, 9:02 AM

TAGGED BY Eruisar AND CTHM101

RULES:

1.- You must post these rules.

2.- Each person has to share 13 things about them

3.- Answer the 13 questions asked to you and invent 13 questions the people you tag will have to answer

4.- Choose 13 people

5.- Go to their page to inform them they are tagged

6.- Not something like " you are tagged if you read that"

7.- You have to legitimately tag 13 people

8.- You can't say that you don't do tags.

9. - Tag-backs are ALLOWED

10.-YOU MUST MAKE A JOURNAL ENTRY. NO COMMENTS. Unless you're commenting about the actual entry.

11. - You have to finish this within a week. If not; you'll have to do whatever the creator tells you to. Art, rp, etc.

12. - Be creative with the title. No "I've Got Tagged" things.

13. - Cussing is ALLOWED
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ERUISAR: 
My questions to you:

1: How much milk do you drink on a daily basis? Uh sometimes I drink like 75347 liters and sometimes none at all
2: What do you think of the royal family of Sweden and the fact that the currently originate from Napoleonic France? I was actually not even aware wow good on them
3: What time do you normally go to sleep? Between 9:30 and 10:00 because school orz
4: What time do you normally awaken? 5 AM for school lmao, but when it's vacation time I can sometimes sleep in until 12:00 PM ahahha
5: How many pets have you had? Uhhhhhh..... 4 rats, 2 goldfish, two dogs, four cats. Yeah. And a small wild bird that flew in for like a day lol
6: What is your current goal? TO REST
7: What is your view on the prospect of humanity expanding into the stars? BRO SPACE TRAVEL
8: Are you currently hungry? yea
9: What is your favorite food? PISTACHIOS
10: Was I hungry while writing these past few questions? ha I think so
11: Have you ever sat awake for hours on end and watched a Game Grumps series on Youtube? ..... nnnno I don't watch the Game Grumps, they're not really my style of commentary ;; but I watch other Youtubers :D
12: Bloodborne: Good game, or best game? Haven't played it yet but I kinda want to orz
13: Are you tired of answering these questions? IM TIRED IN GENERAL HAHA  

AND CTHM101
Answer these:
1. Ever plastered your sketches to your wall---something to fill up the boring space? ha all too often before ripping them off
2. Daily/seasonal head ware placed on pets? only every day
3. Work/sketch while on chair or bed?  who draws standing up? o-o
4. Main source(s) when generating ideas? HUHUHU ANIME AND CARTOONS AND GAMES AND EVERYDAY THINGS
5. Action ye'll take when pc/mac/linux/internet is down for 24 hours? draw hahahah and read yessss read so much
6. Dress as kool aid man, who's wall ye'll crash through? The Berlin wall
7. Arch nemesis? If one exists. Procrastination--
8. Something that's been bothering for the longest, and hope one day it'll be resolved? THE ACHING PAIN IN MY HIP I GET EVERY SO OFTEN THAT CAUSES ME TO WHINEAND GIGGLE ANDWALK LIKE A CONSTIPATED 103 YEAR OLD CRIPPLED LADY
9. Dumbest thing you've done, which ended in success? UHhhhhhhhh........ Idk every day of my life I do dumb shit that turns out amazingly
10. Nap or eat first? EAT
11. What to do with the comet that set me ablaze? eat the fuck out of it
12. Impression when met troll for the first time. How does it hold up now? uHHH HH HH I THINK YOU JUST STARTED TALKING TOME SOME DAY AND I WAS LIKE OK COOL
13. Aspired to become a troll, yeself? nah i dont like pissing people off or fighting lmao

Eruisar tagged me to do this so apparently now I have to ask things and tag people and ;v;'' mehh hehhh h 

MY QUESTIONS TO THEE:

1. What's your favorite type of music?
2. If you had a million bucks, what would be the first thing you'd spend it on? Or would you save it?
3. Your favorite Legend of Zelda game?
4. If you had one wish from an all-powerful genie, what would you wish for?
5. IRL party with friends or staying home and engaging in a passive activity?
6. Hiking, surfing, reading or sleeping?
7. What's your faaaavorite number?
8. And your favorite color?
9. Your least favorite color?
10. The person/artist/actor/writer/whatever you admire the most?
11. What's the last thing you played/watched/read/etc?
12. What's your favorite movie at the moment?
13. Are my questions super boring?????

OKAY TAGGING UH M

mysticnight razzyo09vice-mayo CTHM101 :devpumkab00s: Meri-and-Calder MilliardPeacecraft XaiIrken MisterMech IDK I ACTUALLY RAN OUT OF PEOPLE I AM SORRY

bye



  • Mood: Cheerful
  • Listening to: Music 2 cool 4 skool
  • Reading: too deeply into things
  • Watching: CARTOONSSNNSSNNSS

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Madelonetjj
Madelon
Artist | Student | Varied
Netherlands
Some things about me:
Don't ever try pronouncing my DA name, you'll fail. (Many have tried, all have failed.)
Don't abbreviate my DA name to Madelone. If you're feeling like shortening it up, call me Maddie or Madelon. e.e
I AM A GAMER.
Loser :iconmadelonetjj::icon01mz::iconmystnight: Lesbians
Things I love include:
Youtube gamers (This includes Chaoticmonki/Cry, Pyschadelicsnake, VanossGaming, IAMWILDCAT, Mini Ladd, GassyMexican, SeaNanners, Markiplier, JackSepticEye etc etc etc... A LOT OF PEOPLE YEAH)
Videogames (Mostly FPS with a touch of horror or supernatural stuff going on, like Bioshock, Borderlands, F.E.A.R., Left 4 Dead, Portal etc.)
Invader Zim (The cartoon, the fanbase is really obnoxious though... YesIwasapartofitonceshutup)
Randy Cunningham, 9th Grade Ninja
Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt
Kill La Kill & a bunch of other anime (oh god sorry ahaha)
AND MANY OTHER THINGS

Things I don't like:
Weeaboos and wolfaboos or any other kind of boos
Constant talking about anime/Japan/whatever (Yes, I watch anime. No, that does not mean you can go calling me Madelon-sama or some shit. Keep your 'omgkyaa I want to be Japanese desuuuu' to yourself I don't want those germs.)
Hetalia (Ugh just that fucking fanbase keeps me from even TRYING to watch it. Also the entire concept bores me endlessly.)
Homestuck (I don't mind it that much since it's a fun read but GOOD FUCKING GOD IT'S EVERYWHERE ARGH)
Many other things which I will not go into details here BECAUSE I'M NOT A DEPRESSING PERSON OKAY also I hate depressive people gah)
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heLP ME SOS GOT TAGGED TWICE

Journal Entry: Fri Jun 19, 2015, 9:02 AM

TAGGED BY Eruisar AND CTHM101

RULES:

1.- You must post these rules.

2.- Each person has to share 13 things about them

3.- Answer the 13 questions asked to you and invent 13 questions the people you tag will have to answer

4.- Choose 13 people

5.- Go to their page to inform them they are tagged

6.- Not something like " you are tagged if you read that"

7.- You have to legitimately tag 13 people

8.- You can't say that you don't do tags.

9. - Tag-backs are ALLOWED

10.-YOU MUST MAKE A JOURNAL ENTRY. NO COMMENTS. Unless you're commenting about the actual entry.

11. - You have to finish this within a week. If not; you'll have to do whatever the creator tells you to. Art, rp, etc.

12. - Be creative with the title. No "I've Got Tagged" things.

13. - Cussing is ALLOWED
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ERUISAR: 
My questions to you:

1: How much milk do you drink on a daily basis? Uh sometimes I drink like 75347 liters and sometimes none at all
2: What do you think of the royal family of Sweden and the fact that the currently originate from Napoleonic France? I was actually not even aware wow good on them
3: What time do you normally go to sleep? Between 9:30 and 10:00 because school orz
4: What time do you normally awaken? 5 AM for school lmao, but when it's vacation time I can sometimes sleep in until 12:00 PM ahahha
5: How many pets have you had? Uhhhhhh..... 4 rats, 2 goldfish, two dogs, four cats. Yeah. And a small wild bird that flew in for like a day lol
6: What is your current goal? TO REST
7: What is your view on the prospect of humanity expanding into the stars? BRO SPACE TRAVEL
8: Are you currently hungry? yea
9: What is your favorite food? PISTACHIOS
10: Was I hungry while writing these past few questions? ha I think so
11: Have you ever sat awake for hours on end and watched a Game Grumps series on Youtube? ..... nnnno I don't watch the Game Grumps, they're not really my style of commentary ;; but I watch other Youtubers :D
12: Bloodborne: Good game, or best game? Haven't played it yet but I kinda want to orz
13: Are you tired of answering these questions? IM TIRED IN GENERAL HAHA  

AND CTHM101
Answer these:
1. Ever plastered your sketches to your wall---something to fill up the boring space? ha all too often before ripping them off
2. Daily/seasonal head ware placed on pets? only every day
3. Work/sketch while on chair or bed?  who draws standing up? o-o
4. Main source(s) when generating ideas? HUHUHU ANIME AND CARTOONS AND GAMES AND EVERYDAY THINGS
5. Action ye'll take when pc/mac/linux/internet is down for 24 hours? draw hahahah and read yessss read so much
6. Dress as kool aid man, who's wall ye'll crash through? The Berlin wall
7. Arch nemesis? If one exists. Procrastination--
8. Something that's been bothering for the longest, and hope one day it'll be resolved? THE ACHING PAIN IN MY HIP I GET EVERY SO OFTEN THAT CAUSES ME TO WHINEAND GIGGLE ANDWALK LIKE A CONSTIPATED 103 YEAR OLD CRIPPLED LADY
9. Dumbest thing you've done, which ended in success? UHhhhhhhhh........ Idk every day of my life I do dumb shit that turns out amazingly
10. Nap or eat first? EAT
11. What to do with the comet that set me ablaze? eat the fuck out of it
12. Impression when met troll for the first time. How does it hold up now? uHHH HH HH I THINK YOU JUST STARTED TALKING TOME SOME DAY AND I WAS LIKE OK COOL
13. Aspired to become a troll, yeself? nah i dont like pissing people off or fighting lmao

Eruisar tagged me to do this so apparently now I have to ask things and tag people and ;v;'' mehh hehhh h 

MY QUESTIONS TO THEE:

1. What's your favorite type of music?
2. If you had a million bucks, what would be the first thing you'd spend it on? Or would you save it?
3. Your favorite Legend of Zelda game?
4. If you had one wish from an all-powerful genie, what would you wish for?
5. IRL party with friends or staying home and engaging in a passive activity?
6. Hiking, surfing, reading or sleeping?
7. What's your faaaavorite number?
8. And your favorite color?
9. Your least favorite color?
10. The person/artist/actor/writer/whatever you admire the most?
11. What's the last thing you played/watched/read/etc?
12. What's your favorite movie at the moment?
13. Are my questions super boring?????

OKAY TAGGING UH M

mysticnight razzyo09vice-mayo CTHM101 :devpumkab00s: Meri-and-Calder MilliardPeacecraft XaiIrken MisterMech IDK I ACTUALLY RAN OUT OF PEOPLE I AM SORRY

bye



  • Mood: Cheerful
  • Listening to: Music 2 cool 4 skool
  • Reading: too deeply into things
  • Watching: CARTOONSSNNSSNNSS
Lunch with the bad guys by Madelonetjj
Lunch with the bad guys
Lmao a render with the models and textures we made for using in the game for school :D

Iwakuma Kenta, the big guy, getting scolded by the much, much older Fan Shigure, for reasons unknown. Also Kenta is looking at a monkey statue because why not. :)

textures are all mine besides the monkey's which was made by a classmate, the fans and hammer and grass and food plate which were made by vice-mayo, the bamboo which was made by Stijn and the cushions which was made by Stephan. 

Also you can see Max's goofy hair sticking out in the bottom huhuhu si

Models by the guys in my team who made them yes
Most textures are mine unless mentioned otherwise
Game concept is mine!
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Story time with Maddie

DEPTH
The suns shone brightly in the cloudless sky, as Jack stroked some of his hair out of his face as he fastened the ropes of the raft that kept his escape pod afloat. It was tough work; he had to make sure he didn’t slip off of the raft again. He wasn’t feeling like taking another unplanned dive. Although in a few minutes he would have to go down into the ocean anyways. There wasn’t really much else for him to do, after all.
With a soft grunt, he tightened the last knot, hanging the excess rope onto a small hook on the raft. Feeling satisfied with his work, he  relaxed a little, looking out among the vast expanse of the ocean stretched out infinitely before him.
It had been only three days since the interspacial colonization ship, the “Aurora”, had crashed on this planet. Jack had been the only one out of the thousands of humans on the ship to have made it to the escape pods in time, and had ejected himself from the Aurora before it crashed.
He shot a glance at the large, imposing and still burning crash site of the Aurora. The ship was so big, at least eighty percent of it stuck out of the water. It made for a great landmark—or seamark, so at least he wouldn’t need to worry about getting lost as long as he didn’t stray too far.
For an hour or so, he sat, contemplating the last few days. After ejecting himself from the Aurora, he had somehow managed to lose consciousness, although Jack suspected the bump on the back of his head might have had something to do with that.
The first thing that called for attention in his mind was his hunger. He got up and took one of the packs of nutritional space food packets that were stored in the escape pod, and proceeded to ingest that.
Only after sating his hunger, he looked around to inspect his surroundings. Most of the pod’s finer machinery had been fried, and was sparking violently. There was a distinct smell of molten metal and plastic, and he noted that although the air was warm, the floor was pleasantly cool. With the smoke that had started to gather inside the pod, he decided the best measure would to be to open the escape hatch right away.
He climbed up the ladder and meticulously opened the hatch, throwing it open. They had already identified this planet as being fit for human colonization, with oxygen-rich air and an abundance of metals and other minerals—even life forms!
However, when he stuck his head out to take in his surroundings, he was astounded by what he saw. Water, spreading in all directions, infinitely far. Here and there, a piece of rock or coral broke the surface, but besides that, there was not a single trace of land anywhere. He had turned, and found the Aurora crashed, towering over the flat surface of the world like a misplaced metal volcano.
‘It could have been worse,’ Jack thought to himself, ‘I could’ve been shot into space—or too far away from the Aurora to have been able to see it.’
His first instinct was to try and approach the Aurora, but the escape pod’s engines were busted. After most of the smoke had cleared from his pod, he went back inside to see what the pod’s limited storage had for him in terms of useful supplies. In the storage, he found nineteen more packs of nutritional paste, two airtight suits, airtanks, a rebreather, a compass and some blueprints. ‘At least this will all probably be useful.’ Jack muttered to himself.

‘Well, I wasn’t wrong.’ Jack said out loud to no one in particular—there was no one besides him, anyways. He had been diving nearly non-stop ever since he found out the water was almost exactly like the seawater had been on Earth. Using the rebreather, diving suit and air tanks, he had been harvesting an unbelievable amount of supplies—he had an entire collection of Titanium now. Titanium was the base metal used for almost any of the structures the ship’s Fabricator worked with.
Ah, the Fabricator. That thing was probably the most useful out of all the things on the escape pod—every pod and room had been equipped with at least one Fabricator as a safety measure.
A Fabricator was a machine that could turn any raw materials and simple structures into far more advanced structures, machines, alloys and materials. With it, he had made a pair of flippers for himself to allow for faster movement underwater. A compass so he could always find his way back, although the Aurora was so colossal that it towered above everything, which made it a fantastic waypoint. The Fabricator had made him many more useful items, all having aided in his survival somehow.
‘But the flippers,’ muttered Jack while stretching, ‘Are by far the most useful thing the Fabricator has made for me.’ His thoughts were then disturbed by the rumbling of his empty stomach. He grabbed the ladder on the side of the escape pod and pulled himself up, climbing back into the hatch of his ship. There, he put on the diving suit, and equipped the air tanks onto his back. He put the flippers in his bag, and climbed back out. Performing some quick muscle stretching exercises, Jack kept an eye out for any signs of Peepers near the surface.
Peepers were small, sardine-like fish. The only real difference was… Well, the eyes. That’s how they got their name. Peepers’ eyes were absolutely colossal compared to the rest of its body; the eyes alone were half of its body weight. Peepers were, however, perfectly edible. And seeing as they were one of the more delectable-tasting fish, Jack much preferred Peepers.
Searabbits, which looked awfully similar to manta rays, but with small ear-like appendages and a very bunny-like face (hence their name,  were in theory edible… But the taste was repulsive. Very bitter and salty and sour.
Airsacks, in contrary to the name Jack gave them, were actually filled with clear, sweet, clean and drinkable water. One could cut open the actual airsacks on its belly and back and pour the liquids into a bottle rather easily. After that, you could release them back into the ocean. The waterpouches healed in time, and there were plenty of airsacks around, anyways.
Other fish, like the Boomerang and the Eye-Eye, were rare—But edible. Not all fish were docile as the aforementioned species, however, Such as the Stalker and the Boneshark. And The Reaper Leviathan—But that one is just straight out of a horror story, anyways.
Stalkers, as their name suggests, would stalk Jack—or any other prey—far longer than most predators would. And they had this annoying habit of picking up and eating the pieces of metal that fell off the Aurora—which Jack could make great use of. Stalkers usually hung out around places where a lot of Creepvine—Tall, edible, seaweed-like plants—were abundant. They looked like hybrids between swordfish and sharks. The body of a shark, but sporting a very long, strangely toothed snout.
Now the Bone Sharks were, to Jack’s knowledge, only found in areas with bloodgrass—Dark red grass-like seaweed. Whenever Jack saw the big, armored, sharklike creatures, they would always be digging—causing clouds of sand to pop up wherever they were. Which was useful, because Jack could then spot them from a long ways away—lucky for him, since the bone sharks tended to chase him if he got too close.
One of his least favorite…. “Hostiles” however, was the Bleeder. The creepy, transparent leech—which was as big as his head—would swim up to him if he got too close, and continue to chase him for a few miles if necessary. Luckily, they only seemed to be down in caves, along with the Crashes—Weird, plant-like growths that sent an exploding fish after anything that came too close. If the bleeder caught up to you, it would latch onto your arm or leg and start frantically sucking out blood. Creepy.

But on all his adventures, there was one creature that he had started to actually kind of like. The Reefback. The gigantic squids with their glowing eyes and coral-like backs were docile. As if they never even noticed Jack at all, even if he were to walk on top of one or hang on to one of its three huge tentacles. Their sounds were terrifying at first—Deep, bassy moans and groans. While much, much deeper and bassier than the sound of a whale, it still kind of reminded Jack of it. Not that he’d ever seen an actual whale—He’d been born and raised on the Aurora, after all.

“Well, enough contemplating what I might and might not run into.” Jack said to himself, having finished his stretching exercises. And then, finally, he dove into the water.
The water itself was a pleasant temperature; cool but not cold. The lower you got, the colder, of course—but the diving suit kept most of the cold out. Around him, there was a plethora of hundreds of species of plants, anemones, fish, corals and whatever else one could find in the sea.
As soon as he got used to being in the water again, he swam up for a quick breath and a refill of his air tanks before heading over to his Seamoth—A very, very small submarine which could go down into unimaginably deep waters without breaking or imploding. It was a little rough to steer at times—but nothing undoable.
“Hello, Sally.” Jack said. He’d always preferred giving everything a personal name. “Let’s go on an adventure again.”
He took off with Sally, towards where he knew was a shoal of Peepers. It took him a little while, but he didn’t mind. The view was amazing. The water was a pure blue, without pollution of any kind—well, other than whatever debris fell off of the Aurora. Jeweled discs—which were like flat mushrooms growing off the sides of rocks—were abundant in this area. They could be used by the Fabricator for making computer chips. He’d have to go and take some along when he’d eaten something.
Eventually, Jack reached the last place he had seen the shoal. He couldn’t see it. He would’ve sighed, if it weren’t for the fact that he was underwater, where his air was precious.  He set out to find the shoal.
After almost an hour—or what seemed like an hour—of searching, Jack decided to just capture the Garryfish that had been swimming around him for a while now. Garryfish were much larger than Peepers, and much less difficult to catch. He took it along to Sally, and returned in the direction of the beacon on his escape pod. He had to cook it first, after all.
Eventually, Jack reached his pod, and got in through the hatch on its bottom. Leaving the Garryfish in the Fabricator to cook, he decided to go see how the deep-sea scan of the escape pod’s computer was turning out so far. He wanted to have a good idea of the geology of the ocean floor, and the scanner had already given him a fairly accurate map of the directly surrounding area.
However, the map showed something he had not expected.
Near the large, open space where he had first encountered the reefbacks, there was a hole. A really big hole. The computer had actually been unable to run its scan deep enough to find the bottom.
Jack felt his adventure senses tingling. He knew it of himself; he gave in too easily to his desire for adventure, even if it got him into trouble. Which was only all too often.
“I wonder what’s down there…” he wondered out loud. Perhaps there were treasures, or the ruins of a lost civilization…. Perhaps anglerfish, or other types of things you’d always see in documentaries about the deep, deep ocean.  He knew it wasn’t likely he would find anything truly amazing—but then again, Jack had always been a positive guy, who had high hopes and an incredibly active imagination.
He wanted to go explore it. There had already been so much adventure, and he had escaped death so many times now…. He would survive. He could survive. He felt his mouth stretch into an excited grin, as he retrieved the now thoroughly cooked Garryfish.
“I’d better start stocking up!” he exclaimed, taking a large bite of his newly acquired food.
A few hours of extensive foraging later, Jack had a decent amount of Peepers, Hoopfish and other edible fish. He left his Seaglide at the pod. The small propelling machine was useful for getting around quickly, but his body wouldn’t be able to take the strain of going down into a huge hole like the one he was about to explore. So instead, he decided that a quick nap would most likely not hurt him one bit. But the nap would come after cooking up the fish and taking care of his water supply for the trip.
Only then did Jack allow himself to rest a bit. The day-night cycle was different here, anyways. There were two suns, so it would be light out far longer than on Earth—and the night shorter in comparison. However, the day-night cycle was around 30 hours, so he still had roughly 9 hours of nighttime. And with there being no landscape depth differences, there was no twilight; it went from very light to very dark in the blink of an eye.

He drifted off into a calm sleep almost instantly, as he always did, which was a talent he treasured dearly. He dreamed of treasure, of finding a lost civilization, a cave system—perhaps a volcano. He had a fairly calm night, waking up only once to relieve himself.
In the morning, Jack ate quickly—but not so quickly as to upset his stomach—and immediately got into his diving gear. He checked the small hoard of food that occupied the Seamoth’s storage space, and made sure everything was still properly secure.
Finally, he entered the small vehicle and made his way towards the large abyss the computer had found. For a long time, all he could see was coral and fish. All around him, seemingly stretching out forever.
After making his way through a particularly thick cluster of Creepvines, he emerged from the growth and suddenly found himself in a humongous open area. The ocean floor stretched out before him, softly rolling hills of sand as far as he could see—which was rather far.
Suddenly, Jack felt very exposed. But he had set out with a mission—and he would complete it, whether his nerves started playing up or not. He took a deep breath, puffed up his chest and went forward, towards the chasm.

Jack barely noticed it when he started going down into the abyss. The ground slowly started bending downwards, which caused his surroundings to gradually get darker due to the increased depth. Jack only noticed the change in terrain when it had become too dark for him to see without the headlights of his Seamoth.
He checked his depth meter; he was almost 400 meters below the surface. Luckily, as far as he knew, the Seamoth had no actual limit as to how deep it could go without breaking—if you didn’t crash into anything with it, of course.
He steadily continued downwards, his depth meter showing an increasingly higher number every time he checked.
He had been going down for almost an hour with no change in scenery, so he decided to take a quick pause, to eat and drink and relieve himself. Luckily, the Seamoth came equipped with a disposal mechanism for anything Jack didn’t want to be in the same isolated space with for extended amounts of time.
After a quarter of an hour, he set out again. Downwards, he continued, noticing that the amount of sand on the walls of the crevice was slowly being replaced by smooth, granite-like rock. He often took the opportunity to check the walls for any holes or cave systems that might indicate that something lived down here, but he had no such luck.
However, right as Jack was making his way along a wall to try and spot any irregularities, he became aware of a sound. A very low, basso, almost inaudibly low hum, or rumble. After roughly thirty seconds, it became quiet again.
Jack felt a shiver of excitement and fear run down his spine. What had made that sound? Was it just a movement in the Earth? Perhaps a machine… Or a creature.  The last thought caused another shiver to run down his spine.
He turned Sally to face downwards again, and stared into the abyss for a while. Was he still sure about this? If it was a creature down there… It had to be really big. Bigger than a reefback. If it was a machine, it would be as big as the Aurora—which was gigantic to begin with. If it was tectonic plate movement, it might cause the entirety of the structure around him to collapse, leaving him to suffocate—if he didn’t get crushed before that.
Then, Jack straightened his back, and felt determination well up in his chest. He had come this far. He wasn’t going to give up now. He set his Seamoth to continuing its descent into the depth.
At irregular intervals, the strange rumbling hum sounded again. Every time, it seemed to be getting louder and closer. It was around twenty minutes of steadily descending before he noticed some curious things. There were bubbles around him. Bubbles that had to have come from somewhere. Something down there was creating bubbles.
Another thing he noticed was that the amount of progress he made was fluctuating. Steadily, for twenty seconds, he would go down rapidly—more rapidly than he had been able to before—followed by twenty seconds of very slow progress. This repeated itself, over and over.
Finally, he noted that there appeared to be more bubbles when the progress was slow, and a lack of bubbles whenever the quick progression took place. It was almost like….
Like breathing. Like something sucking water down every twenty seconds, and then for the next twenty seconds, it let out the water and air it had collected by inhaling.
Jack felt his heartrate and breathing accelerate, his nostrils flaring slightly and his eyes widening; he felt scared.
Up until now, he had been unsettled, at most. Perhaps uneasy. A little frightened. Nervous. But not scared. Not the true, heart-pounding, flesh-chilling, goosebumps-causing, hair-raising kind of terror he was experiencing right now.
“This is nuts!” Jack muttered to himself, “I’m gonna get killed down here. And whatever is big enough to move this much water just by breathing is probably not even going to notice me.”
But at the same time, something inside him awakened. A sort of morbid curiosity. A strange need to find whatever was down here, and to see it for himself. What could be causing this? What—
At that time, his thoughts were interrupted by a movement in his peripherals. A slow, deliberate movement…. Jack turned the Seamoth to face whatever was moving, and looked closely.
It seemed…. Like a disc. A gigantic disc, curving up at the sides like the inside of a bowl. It was at least ten meters in diameter. Then he noticed another, right above it. And then another, below it. He frowned, bringing Sally around the disc to see what exactly he was looking at.
The discs seemed to be attached to something… Like a gigantic limb…. At least 15 meters in diameter, and with strange, scale-like patterns over its entire surface.
He thought of the Reefbacks, and their tentactles. The tentacles had suckers on them, although theirs were covered in a layer of fiber, not scaly skin…
“Oh.” was all Jack could manage to croak out as he realized what he was looking at. A gigantic tentacle, sticking out from unimaginably far down. Whatever it was attached to had to be unimaginably big. It probably rivaled the Aurora in size, if it wasn’t even bigger….
Jack’s entire being screamed at him to go, back up, to the surface, to what he knew. To abandon this sick and morbid curiosity, to go back to his base and forget this ever happened.
But he could hardly do that now, could he? He sighed inwardly at himself and his stubborn attitude towards his own good advice, and continued downwards.

The breathing intensified steadily as he went down, and so did the knot in his stomach.
He continued down for another ten minutes before almost crashing into a flat surface. With a yelp, Jack pulled the joystick back towards him to stop his advance.
He stared at the sudden wall that had appeared in front of him—it seemed almost like a hill of some sort, all of its sides disappearing into the darkness around him, perfectly rounded.
It had a sort of ridge running along the length of it. Jack spun Sally around, to let the headlights reveal anything that might be around him. Nothing was there. He turned back down, and noted… The surface of the hill had the same structure as the back of the tentacle had…
He stared in horror as the ridge on the hill suddenly split apart, the two sides of the hill rolling away from one another, revealing a gigantic, reddish-yellow glowing globe with a gigantic black hole in the middle.
“It’s an eye!” Jack yelped, realizing it only as he said it. Overtaken by a sudden panic, he set the Seamoth to forward. That was an incredibly bad idea. He rode straight into the gigantic eyeball of whatever was down there.
There was a deafeningly loud rumbling which seemed to be coming from all around him, and the eye closed, opening and closing as if in a frenzy. Like something would do if it was poked in the eye unexpectedly.
Jack cried out and set Sally to reverse, quickly leaving the gigantic eyeball out of sight. He wasn’t going straight up, however. He seemed to be going at an angle—and he managed to drive straight into one of the tentacles. The tentacle reacted to the touch almost violently, pushing the Seamoth back down.
At that moment, all of the bubbles that had been going upwards so far were suddenly sucked downwards… And so was Jack. He panted heavily as he tried without success to coax his Seamoth into going up. After a couple of seconds of getting sucked down, something came into sight—Rows of pointed, triangular rocks, strangely flat, neatly lined up in rows, stacking above each other.
Teeth. Teeth like a shark’s.
Jack froze. He was going to get eaten—no, he was being eaten right now! He had to do something—but against something this big, what could he possibly do? Then an idea hit him. And idea that could make him able to survive.
He could wait it out. So far, whenever the creature inhaled, it took about 20 seconds. If he could get himself stuck between the teeth long enough, he might be able to use the exhale to get out….
With a rush of adrenaline strengthening his muscles and reflexes, he spun Sally towards the teeth, driving up to them and nestling the Seamoth right in between three teeth. He had to continuously keep accelerating backwards to avoid being pried loose and sucked down.
“Only a few more seconds…” he said to himself reassuringly. And then it came—the momentary silence between its inhale and exhale.
Jack immediately shot himself out from between the teeth, and the full force of the breath hit Sally and himself, propelling the small vehicle straight up.
Jack didn’t need to think twice before turning on his own boosters, immediately shooting up through the rumbling water at double speed. The number on his depth meter made jumps of almost a hundred meters a second, at least, for twenty seconds, when the creature below him inhaled again.
He was too far away by then however, for the water to truly drag him down—it only slowed him down.
He continued up at full speed for about ninety minutes, and almost cried when he saw some sunlight breaking through the surface.
He didn’t stop until he was nearly launched straight out of the water, taking in the sunlight that suddenly brightened everything around him. Once Sally landed back in the water, he realized the sunlight was blinding him—what with him having been in the dark for at least 7 hours. He went back underwater for a bit, and as soon as he could see again, he stared at the abyss.
“… That was fun!” Jack said, almost bursting out into laughter. He knew he would have killed himself over saying that one and a half hour ago.... But right now, he was alive. He'd stared death in the eye-- rather literally-- and gotten away without so much as a scratch. Sure, he hadn't gotten anything out of it apart from the knowledge that a gigantic creature like that existed... But that was plenty for now.
He decided to call the creature "The Kraken". It seemed a rather fitting name, with the Kraken being a gigantic mythological octopus, after all.
After that, Jack decided to go back to his pod and wind down for a while. And then...
Maybe one day he'd go back.
Just maybe.
Depth -Jacksepticeye and Subnautica story-
Wow I wrote a story

actually it's an English assignment but I was free to write it about anything I wanted so I chose this because Jack is amazing and Subnautica is equally so. <3

And these two together = <3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3

so uhm yes

thanks for reading if you read it at all ;v; <3

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story is mine
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