Posts : 232 Current Win Points : 33 Join date : 2011-12-07 Age : 31 Location : Texas
Subject: Re: Osiris Chronicles [Video Series] Wed Feb 29, 2012 7:13 am
Yeah I saw that My Dark Journal made a video about them. I have to say, that's pretty cool how they keep getting ahold of all these slender creators and making tie in vids. Anyway, Tristan's wife (sorry, I'm tired and sick) mentioned a couple of "big guys, like [Tristan]" hanging around their house...could they be either the Bony Creek guys, or MDJ that she saw?
Posts : 58 Current Win Points : 4 Join date : 2011-08-14 Age : 20 Location : The Great North
Subject: Re: Osiris Chronicles [Video Series] Wed Feb 29, 2012 10:47 am
Most of the episode is pretty solid, in fact all of those hands at the end actually creeped my out a lot. Sadly, the Slendy leaning over the stairs at the end ruined it for me. Maybe he was moving too fast, maybe it was because he was holding on to the railing, or maybe it was because his torso was angled (I actually don't know if we've seen that before, I feel like even when he's been leaning over his body has always been straight), but when he poped in I legitamitly laughed. I'm a little dissapointed that the last four seconds amuse me so much, espically contrasted to the fear of the seven or so preceeding them, but I guess I still have to give points for effort. Maybe it could be salvaged if the camera froze or something right before Slendy leaned in.
I think it's because the movement was so nonchalant. He just bopped over the edge was was like "Ohaii"
Oh man... you critics! I know from firsthand sources that people were actually thrown clean off their feet in that video, and walls were busted in. If that wasn't enough for you, I have no hope for anyone else's fighting scenes.
I couldn't show the last part. Danny Ross is dead. He's the one with the big furry hat, sitting in the back on the drive in. He didn't stand a chance. I have never seen the Stranger so violent. We tried to run, and he tripped on a small gravestone. The graves concern me too. I asked my brother to go to the cemetery during the day without me, and to tell me the year of death listed on the gravestones for Josh and Emma Collins, and he said 2010.
So, it looks like the Osiris Chronicles is getting inventive and set-up a kickstarter.
I know, I know, everybody's used to having quality entertainment for free, but after they've put so much time and energy into such a bitchin series, I know I'm going to drop ten bucks to try to help them on their way to a better camera...
Who knows what could come of it. And when you're talking about little independent projects like this, every dollar helps.
The bag smelled terrible. I was able to regain composure until right after I shut off the camera.
After putting two and two together that night, I went to the house and tried to find out what happened. The family wanted privacy, but a nosey neighbor filled me in. Apparently, a 5 year old girl was taken while her grandmother was watching her. Two kids showed up at the door asking to use the phone. She let them in, and while looking for the phone, the child was taken, and the grandmother was knocked out. When she came to, there was blood everywhere, but no weapon. I don't want to get involved in a police investigation, as I have nothing useful to offer that they don't already know about. These kids have been missing for about a year now, and I have only seen them twice in that span.
This is coming straight from his Facebook but the fans of OC needs to see this. A few days ago, people freaked out about a possible deletion of the series. This will clear things up:
A few days ago, I made a few posts stating that I have the intention of deleting my video series. By taking a while to come to the desicion I have come to, I feel like no matter what, I boxed myself into a corner. So, the following paragraphs will hopefully absolve me of being looked upon in a negative light.
Some people might be asking what I even mean in the first place, so I will lay out what I see. People have told me not to delete the series, and I know that following through would upset them. There is also the people I know must be out there waiting for me to say this was a cry for attention or something similar.
A few days ago, I just gave up. After investing so much time in watching as many video series as I could, reading as many blog series as I could, trying to keep peace within a poisoned group of content creators, making my own videos and blog entries, and trying to promote a Kickstarter to bring my series into completely new waters for the entire mythos, I collapsed. I burned out. I had a personal crisis. I felt although everything I knew had fallen down around me as the dominoes kept tumbling.
I did not expect such an overwhelming amount of support. I wasn't counting on that. I thought I would just be shrugged off and forgotten about. In the midst of this crisis, people were reaching out. I was not expecting for so many people to care. To hear people tell me they are going to download my videos, save my blog entries, it lifted my spirits. I am normally, and consistently, level-headed, even if I come across as a bit of an asshole, so I don't want people getting the idea that this happens to me often. I hadn't experienced anything like this since my grandmother died many years ago.
I needed a few days to compose myself, to think straight. In that time, I discovered a website that links to movies, such as The Dark Knight Rises. After watching movies nonstop for a coupe days, I felt it was about time to let people out of the dark. So, here I am, telling you. If you need or want more information, let me know. I am an open book.
The Osiris Chronicles video series, one that I have put considerable time and effort into(despite some moron claiming I made it to get in a Facebook group) will not die. This series will live. This series will innovate. This series will dominate. My audience wants it(can I call you fans yet? I just don't know if I am allowed to. I've never had fans before), my friends want it. I want it. Sometimes, it is not enough to look out the window. No, you have to GO OUT THE WINDOW! Thank you, everyone, for the outpouring of love, and to know that my series is worth it, that I am worth it.
I understand Tristan wanting to give some comfort to his friend by jumping the Slender man...but it's a terrible decision on his part. I think he's letting his emotions get the better of him. He knows what the Slender man is capable of, he saw what it did to his other friend. I think Tristan getting sick after considering the idea of an attack is a big warning not to do it. He should be focused on finishing that chess game (which I'm pretty sure he hasn't finished yet).