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Idea for Night Of The Raving Dead

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I think that Night Of The Raving Dead should be scary.

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  • Well, for one thing you're too late. Design is long over. They're in playtest, if you'll recall.

    But that's beside the point.

    There's a line, you know. A rather fuzzy and indistinct one, perhaps. But it separates someone suggesting content from someone usurping the designers.

    Did you cross it? I'm not sure. It is rather fuzzy.

    But you're awfully, awfully close.

  • Sorry, when I posted this thread I was thinking about how the game Delaware St. John was very scary and not funny at all, whale Sam and Max is funny and not scary at all. I'll get rid of some of the things in my post. (You should also get rid of some of the things in your post to.)

  • There might be some vaguely scary parts. It depends on how easily scared you are, though.

  • @Jake said: There might be some vaguely scary parts. It depends on how easily scared you are, though.

    Hugh Bliss scared me. Does that make me easy to scare?

  • No just because overall he's creepy.

    Not as Creepy as West was during most of Heroes Season 2 but creepy nonetheless.

  • Uh i sortof doubt it'll be scary i mean realy how are Zombies and Skelatons scary? There Undead you rip there legs off they can't move shoot them there goners. so i doubt it'll be scary

  • @Anvilania said: how are Zombies and Skelatons scary?


    You've obviously never played Oblivion, with all the lights off... and then you wander into an Ayleid ruin... you sneak about, searching for Welkynd stones... you think all is well. Then suddenly, you hear a distant grunt. Thinking nothing of it, you resume your way through the dungeon. Ah, there you have it, a chest with some nice loot. Opening it, you find a handsome amount of gold and some useful armour. You turn around, not an enemy in sight. Yet you hear that grunt again, closer this time. You turn the corner, hear some stones gliding away, and you see a hole in the wall that wasn't there before. You quickly turn around, and a zombie is right in front of you, staring into the void that he apparently thinks is in front of him. Together with the GRRRRs and EEEURGHs that he lets out, this is quite a startling experience. You hack at him with your trusty Umbra, and yet the foul creature won't die, insisting on infecting you with his scary diseases. Having put him to his final rest at last, you turn another corner. Nothing to see. You turn around, and, *GASP* three zombies! By now you've gone completely mental.

    Well... it's scarier when you actually play it, but trust me, it is scary. :p

  • The nice thing about zombies is how you can use them to guard your property. I mean you place one of these guys in a 1x1m room with absolutely no light or fresh air and wait for someone to open the door or trigger some mechanism with the same effect. I've seen them do it a lot, especially in those mars facilities. There's a zombie in every closet one might assume.

    @Anvilania said: Uh i sortof doubt it'll be scary i mean realy how are Zombies and Skelatons scary? There Undead you rip there legs off they can't move shoot them there goners. so i doubt it'll be scary


    Actually several versions of there exist. First we have they're, which is actually they are, like in "they're undead". The next one is their and it could be used in combination with the legs, like "their legs", implying that the legs actually belong to them. So is is used in a kinda possessive way. The last one is the real there, which describes a location, more or less. You could say "i don't want to go to the kitchen, zombies are in there". I just wanted to mention it, I don't want to make fun of you or anything..

  • [quote=Zachspyfox033;48243]I think that Night Of The Raving Dead should be scary.[/quote]

    Please, please, please tell me that you've seen this movie:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Night_of_the_living_dead

    And secondly, please, please tell me that your "idea" really came to you after comparing everything but the first two letters of the fourth word in each title.

    I can't believe you found Delaware St. John scary. I found Volume 3 to be an absolute bore, and I didn't bother trying any of the others.

  • I didn't like volume 3 either, that one was boring. The ones that were scary were volumes 1 and 2. A really scary part was in volume 2 when the ghost skeleton appeared in the ticket window and gave him the movie ticket. And yes, I did see Night of The Living Dead and that was where my "idea" really came from.

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