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Go and get it then!! ” David flung the back to the other side of the creek. The only thing that stopped me from getting it back was the wide gap of water. David pushed me down again as I tried to stand up. “Don’t think you’re off the hook yet…” “That’s enough, come on” my brother suggested. “The arcade’s gonna be packed if we take too long”. David gave him a scowl, then turned back to me, spitting on my shoes. “You’re lucky big bro’s here to protect ya. You would’ve been Dead Meat by now…” he told me, heading off with the other two. Ever since we moved to that small town, it became a pass time for my brother and his two friends to watch me squirm at whatever they did to me. My brother never did anything. He just stood there every time his buddies had beaten me. At home, he’ll beg me to not tell our parents. But that was months ago. Now, he constantly threatens me to keep quiet, or that he’ll make me do it. I know he wouldn’t, but I kept my mouth shut all the same. The other kids were afraid of them…including the ones I had just met in class. Because of that, they didn’t want to talk to me, simply avoiding me if they could. My brother looked happy at least. And I figured, that was good, I wanted him to be happy. I just wished things were better for the both of us, instead of just him. Going home without my belongings was definitely out of the question; I had already lost everything in my wallet to David, and I couldn’t really explain a missing bag. Where the hell even was I? A lonely creek right in the middle of nowhere, devoid of any people. From what I saw, it was just a dead end, barely looping to another path back to the suburbs. The water was deep, but nothing dangerous. I didn’t like the idea of getting soaked, so I looked for another way. The trees seemed endless on the other side. Just by looking over there, I could easily imagine myself getting lost should I ever go into those woods. But thankfully, I didn’t need to. I only needed to cross that gap. To my surprise, an old bridge came into view. More than a dozen wooden planks bound together and suspended by rope. Even at a distance, it looked old and very unstable. Nevertheless, it was a convenient solution to my current predicament. I was nearing the bridge, a new sense of relief making me forget all the troubles I had moments before… “ Stop right there!! ” a stern voice suddenly shouted. I turn to the source of the sound, soon catching sight of a girl on the other side. A white gloved finger pointing in my direction, as she glared at me. Her long brown hair swaying along with the worn denim dress she wore, the look of it similar to a pair of overalls, with a more girly design. She lowered her arm and walked closer, the over-sized boots she had crunching up the leaves in her path. “What are you doing here? ” she demanded, her spot right at the other end of the bridge For some reason, my throat went dry. It was difficult to find the words to tell her what I was originally going to do. And that just made her angrier. “I’ll ask you again, just what are you doing here? ” she repeated. “M-my backpack is…” I stammered, still surprised by her sudden appearance. Who was she? And why was she on the other side of the creek all by herself? “Is what? ” she asked. I raised my left hand, pointing in the direction of my bag. “It’s-it’s over there! ” She turned to where I was pointing, giving me another angry stare before heading towards it. Seconds later, she was back, holding my backpack with two gloved hands. “Is this yours? ” she asked, raising it in the air. I quickly nodded. And without any warning, she threw it as hard as she could back to me. I managed to catch it just in time. “There, you got your backpack. Now LEAVE!! ” she shouted angrily. I felt a hint of rage myself. Who was she to boss me around? Even if she did help me out, that was no way to talk to someone. “Why? What’s so special about this bridge anyway? ” I questioned her with a confident voice. “What’s gonna happen if-“ “Don’t touch that!! ” I heard her shout before my hand made contact with the rope of the bridge. I managed to stop in midair, feeling the genuine fear she had in her voice. “Please! Whatever you do, do NOT touch any part of this bridge! ” she desperately begged. Despite my confusion, I withdrew my hand all the same. I saw her sigh out of relief, before quickly walking towards me, taking several steps on the bridge herself. “W-wait! I thought you said…“ She stopped right at the last plank. She leaned in really close to me, the same frustrated and angry look on her face. “I don’t know who you are or why you’re here…but I’m telling you this right now, NEVER cross this bridge! ” she threatened. “Not ever. That means no touching either. Don’t put your feet on it, your hands, your fingers, anything” I wanted to ask her why. Get some answers to the sudden intimidating rules she had given me. But before I could, she slammed her fist on one of the poles. “You need to leave. Leave and Never come back! ” I ran away, leaving the premises as she had told me. Never looking back. Once I got home, I was greeted by my mother, who had asked me where Ronny had gone. I only told her of their arcade escapades and leaving me out of the story. But from the look she gave me, she knew there was something wrong. She gave me her usual “Don’t be afraid to talk to me” routine, and I was free to go to my room. I appreciated her efforts, but something always told me that it wasn’t enough. But then again, I wasn’t telling her everything either. That said, I didn’t even think about it too much. I was currently preoccupied on my encounter with the stranger of the bridge. She didn’t look like anyone I’ve seen in school, or any of our neighbors. By the way she was dressed, I could hardly say she lived in the same timeline as us. The next day arrived. Going down the stairs revealed only mom and dad eating on the table. “Where’s Ronny? ” I asked, wiping the sand off my eyes. “Gone off on his own again, he took his bike with him” my mother replied. “That reminds me, when you see him at school, can you give him his lunch? He forgot to bring it with him” she continued. My dad scoffed. “I hope he doesn’t forget about you any time soon” he said after a sip of his coffee. I ate breakfast, eyeing the two paper bags of sandwiches on the table; our names “Ronny” and “Jonny” written on them. I couldn’t stop thinking about that bridge the entire day. And…for some reason, the idea of going back was tempting. Leave and NEVER come back! Her words echoed. Yet, there I went anyway. The same path. The same creek. And soon…The same bridge. She wasn’t there. At least not yet. I sat there at the edge of the creek, kicking around the dirt with my dangling feet. Bored. I wasn’t mad at her for taking so long to get there. If anything, I was the one who had been stubborn enough to stay there. I didn’t know her name, but even if I did, I doubted calling for her would summon her like some mystical fairy of the woods. A part of me wanted to thank her for helping me get my bag back. But even that didn’t sound right. I recalled the events of the other day, thinking of what made her appear… Both of my eyes were soon transfixed at the bridge again. I stood up and gave it a hard stare. A tiny piece of my mind, curious to see what would happen… “I thought I told you to leave” a familiar voice exclaimed. I looked to the other side of the creek, and finally, there she was. She marched towards me, two feet stopping at the last plank again before leaning in. “Why are you here? ” “I-I, um…” “Well? ” she repeated, putting both hands to her hips. “I…I brought you something” I said, suddenly remembering my lunch. I didn’t meet up with my brother in school; I tried not to. Two of the paper bags were still in my backpack. I took them out and handed her one of the bags. Not really what I had in mind, but I was going to roll with it. She backed away. “…What are those? ” she asked with a weary look of caution. “They’re sandwiches…my mom made these, for me and my brother. But he said he didn’t want any, so…I figured you might want them” I explained. Slowly, she took the bag and peered inside. “Why are you giving me these all of the sudden? ” she asked. “I-I just…yesterday, you helped me out with my bag, and…I never really thanked you for that” I awkwardly explained. “I’ll be going now, sorry for bothering you. Thanks again” I turned around and began to walk away. And for a moment, I thought it was over. That one encounter of mine had come to a close. “W-wait! ” I heard her call out. I stopped in my tracks, swivelling my head back to see her. She had the sandwich in one hand, covered in foil. “…Don’t you wanna eat, too? ” Next thing I knew, both of us were sitting down, sandwiches in hand. I sat on the same spot, to the right of the bridge and giving myself a fair distance from it. She sat on one of the planks, her legs jutted out to the edge. “What’s in these? ” she asked. “It’s only cheese, but it’s the fancy kind my mom likes to use” Her expression changed to a somber look. “Must be nice to have these everyday” she commented. It sounded a lot more depressing than it had actually been. I soon realized the possibility of her not having a family to begin with, and I regretted mentioning my mother. She finally took a bite, and her eyes lit up with excitement. Before I could say anything, she was on her second, and then third. Each one slower than the last. Her lips inching closer to a smile. Until finally, she finished the whole thing. “That…was good” she said, obviously satisfied. “Do you…want some of mine? ” I asked her. She shook her head in refusal. “No, no, no, I couldn’t” Even with her refusal, I split the bread I was holding anyway. She took it from my hands without a second thought. It took a while, but I managed to strike up a conversation. Mostly about what she liked and what she saw while guarding that bridge. She laughed when I mentioned her “Standing guard”. She never gave me a straight answer on why she was there though. I didn’t mind, talking to her was oddly fun. She told me she liked reading comic books, which I thought was cool. At the time, I never heard of a girl my age that read them. Unfortunately, she didn’t know about any of the titles I knew, but she did like the sound of them. I was a little apprehensive at first, but then I started telling her about the big move we made a couple of months ago, and just how everything changed. And she was kind enough to listen. She said she was sorry to hear it, and that maybe things’ll get better. I had a feeling they wouldn’t, but it was nice to hear someone cheering me on. A little later in the afternoon, she finally told me her name. Leslie, and that’s it. She didn’t mention a surname, but I didn’t really ask at the time. I told her my name was Jonny, or Jonathan, and she said that it was a lovely name. I…felt myself blush a little. When I left, I didn’t tell her I was planning on going back tomorrow. But the next day, she was okay with me being there. And I couldn’t help but smile. “I never had a sister, is this what it’s like? ” I asked her. I sat at the left side of the bridge this time, hugging my two legs and facing the barren road beyond. Leslie was still on the bridge, standing up and placed her elbows by the ropes. She snickered. “I don’t know, hehe. I guess? I don’t think I had a sister either, or a brother for that matter” I hugged my knees closer. “Brothers are the worst…” “Aw, come on, he can’t be that bad” she suggested. “Don’t you have any good memories with him? ” I did, and I knew it in my heart that they were good memories. Back when he was still a kid, back before he had other friends to play with. But my ten year old self didn’t want to admit it. I could see that she somehow knew I wasn’t telling the truth…and after a while, I did tell her the truth. I didn’t know what it felt like to have a sister. But…I had a feeling that this wasn’t it. No, it was different in some way. Whatever the case was, I was happy being able to talk to her. Simply being with her in general. And thankfully, the feeling seemed mutual. “…I don’t remember my parents anymore” she suddenly told me one day. I asked her why, but she just shrugged. “I heard that’s what happens to people like me. After a while, things become so distant…All I remember is that I ran away from home, went into these woods…” she paused, turning her gaze down at waters below. “Crossing this bridge…” “Can’t you just leave? ” I finally managed to ask her again. Unlike before, she actually gave me a good answer, though it still didn’t make any sense. She told me that she could never leave now. Forever trapped on the other side. She couldn’t understand herself how she was able to be seen by those that came near that bridge, but she took the opportunity to stop them. And that wasn’t all…she soon told me about what made her stay there. She took in a deep breath, then exhaled. “I don’t know why I remember this, but there’s this old saying that someone had told me, when I first saw this” she explained, slamming her fist down on the plank beside her. “It went something like: ‘Wherever you go, no matter what you do, Never Ever cross this bridge, or else the Bug-A-Boo will come get you’…” “Bug-A-Boo? ” it honestly sounded funny to me, but I tried not to laugh. “What’s that? ” “You don’t want to know” she simply told me. “And that thing is the sole reason why I need to be here, to warn anyone who might want to go through…and end up like me. Stuck to the other side of this creek…or worse” Suddenly, the silly word sounded far more sinister. I retracted every funny thought I had of it, now replaced by monsters and horrifying creatures. I looked back at her, she looked a little scared herself. She sat on the edge of the bridge again, her right hand laying flat on the dirt. I placed my palm on top of it, feeling the silk fabric of the white glove. At first, she looked like she wanted to pull away, but she never did. Even through the gloves she wore, I felt the warm touch of her fingers, gently locking against mine. “Thank you…” I heard her whisper to me, as tears went down her face. I tried looking up what this Bug-A-Boo was. I only came across a bunch of info for baby strollers and pillows the first few searches. But soon, I found some myths and legends that may have been what she was talking about. I wrote down whatever I could, taking emphasis on the possible solutions to her problem. And the next day, I told her all about them. However, only one seemed to stick to her as something that was possible. “I heard that if you made a…” I tried to recall the word in my head, and soon I did. “If you made a bargain with that Bug-A-Boo, then…maybe you can get him to stop” “Bargain? ” she asked with a puzzled look. “Yeah, like, make a deal with him. Give something for something else” “I know what bargain means” she said with a laugh. “What I’m asking is…how? What am I supposed to give him so that he’ll stop taking anyone who crosses this bridge? ” I gave her a shrug. “I don’t know…but maybe this could let you…you know, leave this place for good” I said. “By my side this time around” She looked up, giving me a look before her face turned slightly red. “Maybe, maybe…” she said. “Yeah…maybe that’ll actually work” she continued, her voice sounding a lot more hopeful. Of course, there came a moment where I stopped to think… Was everything she told me true? From her being trapped on the other side of the creek, to anyone succumbing to a horrible demise that she, for some reason, only vaguely talks about. Was it all real? I barely knew anything about her, at least anything besides the story she told me. About her being trapped, about the Bug-A-Boo… Despite these thoughts surrounding me…I still found myself wanting to be with her. Even if it meant living a lie, or overcoming a nonexistent obstacle. I just hoped that she was willing to step out of it with me. “I have a plan, ” she told me one day, a confident tone in her voice. “And I’d like you to help me, if you can”. I was willing to do anything at that point. It was simple, I had to bring something that I would give her as a gift. She told me that it could be everything, a bag of marbles, an old book, or just a box full of junk. I only needed to give it to her as a special item that I prepared, just for her. Giving it “Sentimental Value” as she called it. Something that the Bug-A-Boo seemed to love. It sounded simple…but when it came to choosing... Even if she said that I could, it didn’t feel right to simply give her a packet of matches or something. No, it had to be something that she would actually like… “What’s this? ” she asked me, puzzled at the tiny colorful bag I gave her. “Open it, ” I told her. “I…I thought you might like it” “You didn’t really have to give me anything expensive” she said with a chuckle. She tugged on the ribbon and untied it loose. The bag opened, and she stuck her free hand inside. Her happy smile changed to an astonished staret, letting the bracelet I made dangle between her fingers. “It’s beautiful” she mumbled to herself. “It’s not that great…” I said, humility refusing to let the compliment justify what I had made. “I just…borrowed a few things from my mom and-“ “ You made this? ” she asked, suddenly turning her gaze to me, a new starry look in her eyes. “Well…yeah, I did” I told her. “It’s…it’s so…” she said meekly, turning it all around before clasping it with both hands. She set her open palms down on her lap, staring at it for a while. She let out a long drawn-out sigh. Soon accompanied with a sudden burst of tears. “Great, now y-you’ve done it” she said in between sobs. “What’s wrong?! Are you okay? ” I asked, panicked and confused. “Nothing, it’s just… I don’t wanna give this away to that stupid Bug-A-Boo now. And it’s all your fault! ” she mocked, jabbing a finger on my chest. I was surprised by this, letting out a tiny yelp, similar to the one I had done after David pushed me days ago. She bursted out laughing not long after, and I couldn’t help but join in on it, cackling for half a minute as she tried to wipe her tears away. As our laughter began to decline, out of nowhere, she leaned in and trapped me in a warm embrace. Letting out her sorrow in cries of both joy and sadness. Tomorrow. Tomorrow, we’d enact our plan… She warned me that I would be in danger, should I chose to help her. She kept insisting that I could very well just back out at any moment, that I didn’t need to feel obligated to aid her in this curse she found herself in. But my decision never changed, I was going to help her. Even if it meant walking on that bridge, acting as bait to whatever monstrosity that took her away. Tomorrow…that was when I was supposed to see her again. Only this time, her feet planted on my side of the creek. Free, back to the world she had left… Tomorrow…it was supposed to be tomorrow. But it never happened, at least not in the way I had wanted it to be. Because instead, on that day, I came face-to-face with my brother. “ This is where you’ve been to? ” he accused. I turned to look behind me, and there he was, closing in the distance before I was able to comprehend him being there. No I thought to myself. Not now… “Ronny, I-I-“ with a shove from his right hand, I fell down on my rump. “Why-why are you here?! ” I demanded. “I should be the one asking you that…” he said grimly. I half-expected to see his two friends running up behind him, but thank god he was alone. I stood back up. “Ron, I…you need to leave” I told him. “Now! ” He made a smug look, similar to the one David makes whenever they tortured me. “Why should I? Can’t I just look after my baby brother? ” he mocked. Before I could answer his question, his two hands gripped me by the collar and raised me up in the air. He didn’t have enough strength to carry me, giving me a good opening to break free. But as I did, he tackled me down to the ground, my left arm pinned behind my back. “R-Ron! Ron! Stop! Please! You’re hurting me! ” I shouted, the pain was unbearable. I was crying now, still unsure on why Ron was doing this to me. “Why are you doing this?! ” “Don’t think I haven’t found out about this stupid bridge you kept going to” he told me. “An imaginary friend? Really, Jonny? ” “What?! What are you-agh!! ” a surge of pain shot up through my arm. “Some kids at school saw you here…looking like you were talking to somebody. Everyday, out here, sitting on the damn dirt, talking and talking and talking, without anyone else ever showing up! ” he explained. No, that’s not true. Leslie was there. She was with me the whole time. How did these people not see her?! “They called you crazy. Then, they called me crazy, just because you were my brother. And now, my own friends don’t wanna hang out with me anymore. And it’s all your fault…” he gave another strong tug on my arm, the pain surged through my shoulder. I had enough, I had to get out of his grip. “I…I don’t understand…” I said, voice low and barely audible. “What was that? ” he said, leaning in closer to my face. Before he could return in place, I squirmed as much as I could to break free. In a matter of seconds, I was able to get my hand loose. My brother tugged on my pant leg, and in the process, I managed to kick his wrist as we both got up to our feet. He cried out in pain. When he looked back at me, his eyes were stricken with rage. I didn’t mean to hurt him. "Ron, I-I’m sorry…” I apologized. “For what?! ” he shouted, clutching his hand tightly with the other. “Just what are you sorry for? Because, Jon, Sorry is never going to cut for ruining my life!! ” The empathy I had was suddenly flushed out, replaced by pure anger. “I ruined your life? I ruined your life?! For months, I did my best to help you keep those two assholes from our parents! To hide all the cuts and bruises you and your so-called friends have given me!! ” more tears fell down from my face, the snot clogging my nose making it hard for me to breathe. “You…you’re the one who’s ruined everything…in my life, and yours!! ” He fell silent, his angry gaze breaking for more than half a minute. My words had finally stabbed a hole into the thick wall he surrounded himself in. Yet…I wasn’t happy. And neither was he. Suddenly, he started stomping his way towards the bridge, and all the anger drained away. “What’s so special about this stupid bridge anyway? ” he begrudgingly asked, setting a hand on one of the ropes before I could tell him to stop. “Ron…Ron…” I mumbled, eyes growing wide at the site of contact between his skin and the bridge. An uneasy feeling grew in the pit of my stomach, churning and stirring as the dread built up. “Ron, take off your hand from that bridge” I instructed. He gave me another look. “Or what? Is your dumb friend gonna come in and beat me up? ” he asked, now taking a step onto one of the planks. “Is he gonna come out and tell me just how much of an asshole I am? ”. He took another step, the sound of it making the hairs at the back of my neck stand on end. “Ronny! Get OUT of there!! Now!! ” I shouted. “The Bug-A-Boo’s going to kill you!! ” I shouted, instinctively remembering the name of the creature. He snorted, letting out an obnoxiously forced laugh. “That…that’s what you’re afraid of? What the hell even is that? This…Bug-Bear or whatever” he asked, another step, another plank. “It sounds like a stupid villain to a kids’ movie!! ” two steps this time, further into the bridge. I ran up to him, stopping at the edge of the dirt. “Ron! You’re going to die!! ” I shouted, reaching out as far as I could towards him. “Please! I’m begging you! Just listen to me!! ” “No, no, I don’t think I want to” he retaliated. “In fact, maybe I should just go on, run away and live my life as a hobo in these woods! Wouldn’t you like the thought of that, huh Jonny? After I’m gone, you, mom and dad’ll be so happy! To know that I’m gone and-“ His voice got cut off by the sound of a deep and ominous howl. I felt the ground shake as it went on, goosebumps running down my body. It went away, replaced by pure silence. There was no sound; no wind, no birds, not even the water of the creek itself. Suddenly, I heard the sound of grass being rustled. I saw Leslie on the other side, her face holding an expression of fear. “What have you done…? ” I heard her ask in the silence of everything. THUD! In a blink of an eye, something had blocked my view of Leslie… Something Big … Behind my brother, stood a tall, tall figure. His mass consuming the space between ropes, filled to the brim with black and grey fur, looking more like a fancy robe made from a dead animal. My eyes worked their way from his feet, all the way to his face… And when I did, I felt my heart stop… A massive, oblong-shaped head was attached to his frame, still too large for whatever meat was on his body. Two large eyes were set just below his wide forehead, moving frantically all over the place. A long yellow beak sat where his nose and mouth should be. And somehow, it curled into a grin that fit across his face. The inside of it full of large human-like teeth; some chipped and yellowing with age. I could hear it breathing, the eagerness for action showing with each exhale it took… The Bug-A-Boo wheezed in anticipation, as my brother slowly turned to see the hellish abomination that had been summoned. “ Hark! More children! That I see! But oh! Which one, which one, will be eaten by me? ” It asked, without moving its mouth. Making me sick to my stomach just listening to the low and unnatural tone the voice it held. “ Ah! Little one, you needn’t not cry! For I do not wish for you to die! Remained on your side, never did you falter. Now, you are no prey for my hunger! ” “No…” I say to myself, understanding where the conversation was going. “ However, this one! Are you his brother? Haha! You will stand here no longer!! ” it shrieked. A long slimy tongue came out from its mouth, wrapping around my brother’s right leg, pulling him down and dragging him across the planks. He screamed for help, managing to grab a good hold of a rope to prevent him from being swallowed whole. The entire bridge shaking. He wasn’t gonna stay put for long… “Ronny!!! ” I shouted, about to step foot onto the bridge myself. “No! Don’t do it!! ” I heard Leslie shout. At first, I thought it was for the Bug-A-Boo, but I saw her staring directly at me. “Don’t…” she mouthed. The Bug-A-Boo turned its head around, tongue still yanking on my brother’s leg. “ Oho! Why if it isn’t the Changeling girl, Leslie! The foolish one who thought she could best me! A runaway, just like the rest! Nay, not her, for she has proven to be a pest!! ” “D-don’t kill him! Please! ” she begged. “I’ll…I’ll give you this!! A gift my friend had made for me! And me alone! ” she held out her hand, the bracelet dangling from her wrist. The Bug-A-Boo let out a laugh that made my ears ring in pain. “ Silly girl! A gift brought to you for freedom? You must give me something better! Lest I will enjoy tearing through his sternum!! ” It gave another tug at my brother’s leg, his screams of pain intertwining with the beast’s laughter. It was letting him struggle, to deliberately hear him suffering at his presence… I wanted to do something, I absolutely needed to intervene, but what? Just seeing this gargantuan beast that was supposed to be an entity incapable of existing made me tremble. And what could’ve I done? A person that loathed the very person he wanted to save? And that’s when it hit me… A bargain. Something for something else…a life for life. That’s what I had to do. If I could somehow convince it to make a deal with me, I could set my brother free… …And I had a feeling it involved me taking his place. The thought of it scared me. The image of my bones grinding by this thing’s teeth made me see just how bad of an idea this was. Yet, one other scenario played in my head. Showing me only being trapped at the other side of that bridge. With Leslie, who will never be alone again. I opened my mouth, about to make a pact with an otherworldly creature that would only wish for my demise… “If you take me, will you set them free?! ” The tongue of the creature stopped pulling. “ A bold question! A brave move too! Yet, never I expected it to hear from you ” My mouth was still open, ready to shout the same words Leslie had spoken. “If you take me, will you set them free? ” she asked again, voice quivering. “No!! ” I shouted. “Leslie! You can’t!! ” She ignored me, keeping her gaze at the Bug-A-Boo. “ My dear, can’t you see? You already belong to me! Of what merit shall I get? With this bargain of which you set? ” I saw tears rolling down Leslie’s cheeks, as she opened her mouth to say “My memories with him …”. She pointed her index finger at me. The Bug-A-Boo stared upwards, squealing with delight in an unsettling manner. “ Oh! See me shiver! See me quiver! The offer is wonderful! Simply delightful!! ” it told us, squirming its torso all around as if it was dancing. “I’m not finished!! ” Leslie exclaimed in an angry voice. “I will give you my memories, if and only if! You agree to destroy this bridge! Never taking anyone else ever again!! ” The Bug-A-Boo stopped dancing, jerking its head back to Leslie. “ Clever, clever child. Bold to strike valiantly! But little Changeling, I must say this, whole heartedly… ” it paused, turning 180 degrees back to me and my brother. “ Should I accept such a bargain, never will you see this world again. And to cut the ties so simply, you as well, shall lose your humanity ” I felt my heart skip a beat, hearing his words. Knowing that my dream of seeing her, seeing Leslie on my side of the world, would be forever shattered into a million pieces. And now…losing her humanity? What the hell did he mean by that?! I looked at her, both knees down on the bare dirt, crying and shouting at her to stop. To reconsider. To make another deal… “…I do, and I am still willing to bargain” “ Then the deal is in motion!! ” the Bug-A-Boo shouted, letting go of my brother and retracting its tongue back to the insides of the beak. He backed up a few inches away, but he still stayed on that bridge, eyes locked on the nightmarish entity that tried to consume him The Bug-A-Boo started to float in the air, strong gusts of wind surrounding us that sent everything twirling in a frenzy. Leaves, twigs, even rocks started to move in circles, almost like a hurricane was about to start. All of us right in the middle of it. My gaze shifted back to Leslie, who had run up closer to us. “Go! Go! Get out of here! ” she ordered my brother, helping him back up. My brother got off the bridge, running off behind me. I tried to step onto the bridge, but found myself running into what felt like a wall. Yet in front of me, there was nothing there. I banged on the invisible barrier, shouting at the top of my lungs for Leslie. She turned to me, a familiar solemn look in her eyes. “Why…why did you do it? ” I asked her. She opened her mouth, about to say something. Only for her to stop, clutching her sides all of the sudden as if she was in serious pain. I could hear her groaning, soon escalating to shrieks of pain as she tried her best to keep her balance. She forced herself to return to her spot in front of me, putting her palm on the invisible wall that kept us apart. I watched in horror, as the glove was slowly enveloped by long black hair, extending up to her forearm. Long claws sprouted from each finger, before Leslie pulled it away. Her eyes, stricken with tears, and out of nowhere, a dark hue of blue began to pool around the whites behind her irises. The unnatural look she gave me now tied my stomach in knots. “W-what’s happening?! Why are you-what’s happening to you?! ” I asked desperately, fearing the notion of my friend turning into a monster. Not unlike the one that tormented her for god knows how long… “It’s…It’s okay! ” she shouted, gritting her teeth. “I’m not-I’m not going to die, I’ll be fine, but…Jonathan, please! Promise me one thing! ” I nodded. “Anything…” She held up her other hand, I could see the bracelet I gave her dangling and being thrown around by the wind. “Even if I won’t remember anything about you, or the time you spent with me…No matter what happens, please…don’t forget about me, okay? ” My heart sank hearing her request. I refused to believe it, that this was going to be the last time I would ever speak with her again… Yet all I could do now, was nod. “Never! I’ll-I’ll never forget about you Leslie!! ” I exclaimed. The wind began to pick up speed, the Bug-A-Boo began to laugh its low-guttural cackle. Soon intertwined with a high-pitched shriek coming from Leslie, as more of that black fur enveloped the rest of her arms. I screamed in panic, shouting her name and continued banging on the invisible wall. But it was no use, she couldn’t hear me anymore… The intensity of everything rising and rising. My eardrums ringing from it all, begging for things to stop. Until suddenly, it did. I never took my eyes off of the bridge, but with a blink of an eye, everything was gone. The ropes, the planks, everything was gone. Even the grass at the edge of the creek showed no sign of being trampled. Almost like there never was a bridge to begin with. Everything was gone… Including Leslie… I cried. Cried shouting, screaming, and pounding the dirt. Chucking whatever rock I found at the space where the bridge had once been and said to the world just how much I hated it for taking my friend away. She was gone… Leslie was gone, and I would never see her again… I felt a warm embrace enveloping me from behind. Sobs coming from the person that was hugging me. “I’m sorry…I’m so sorry…” my brother tells me, as he pulled me in tighter. I wanted to direct my anger to him, for destroying whatever chance Leslie had at freedom…but I let the feelings subside. We stood there for what felt like hours, crying our eyes out and still racked our brains to figure out just what the hell had happened. For what it was worth, I was glad to have my brother with me. After a while, we went home. We didn’t say anything to our parents, but they could tell that something was wrong. They both sat us down, and my brother finally confessed everything that’s been happening. My father was beyond upset with him. Telling him that he was disappointed and angry at him for the way he treated me, as well as hurting me in general. My mother caressing my hair, until we were asked to leave the room so dad could speak to Ron in private. My brother was grounded for the rest of the year, and the year after that. Restrained to stay inside the house, unless we needed to go outside. He didn’t object, he didn’t complain, he just stayed quiet. From that day on, my brother promised that he’ll do better, that he’ll never do anything to hurt me ever again. Apologizing to me countless times, during and after our big talk. But other than that, we were still pretty distant. It was a start, sure, but…I felt alone. During those moments, I could never stop thinking about Leslie… I wanted to go and look for her, cross that creek to wherever she and that monster had gone to. Even if I couldn’t save her, I just wanted to see her again… But I never did… “Heeeey!! If it isn’t looney-Jonny! ” I heard David shout behind me. I didn’t turn around, kept my eyes straight ahead and continued walking. “Whoa, whoa, whoa! What’s the rush? ” David says, forcing me to turn around. He came into view, a smug smile on his face, with Gary right behind him as usual. I wanted to tear that smirk off of him so badly, but I knew I would never stand a chance against him. “Yeah, we just wanted to talk, is all” Gary chimed in. “No need for all the fuss…”. All around us, the other students started to disperse, though some stayed together in clumps to see what was happening. “What do you want? ” I asked him Without any warning, David held me up by the collar once again, slamming me on the lockers beside us. “Don’t you give me that look…” he commented. “Heard you made a new friend a week ago, and I just wanted to know what’s his name? ” I struggled to break free, but it was pointless. The few kids around us only gave me pitiful looks and concerned stares, not bothering to move an inch. “Hey! ” I heard a familiar voice shout at the other end of the hall. I turned to my left and saw my brother walking closer. “Put him down, David” he said, a stern look on his face. David smiled and let me go. “Ronny! Long time no see man! ” I quickly ran towards the door leading outside, but stopped for a moment. My curiosity getting the better of me, and I turn to see my brother and David talk things through. “Wanna hang out again with-“ Before he could finish his sentence, my brother reeled back a fist and sent it straight to the side of his face. Causing David to stumble down to the ground, barely awake from the impact. “You stay away from us, you got it? ” he tells David, before walking towards me. He opened the door, giving me a look and a smile. Gary tried to help his friend up, but David looked too distraught to stand. We both walked out of there, soon hearing Gary and David shouting a bunch of insults and empty threats at us. Completely unscathed; besides my brother’s sore knuckles. “You didn’t have to do that you know…” I tell my brother, as we both walked down the side of the street. “They might get you expelled, doesn’t matter if they started it” “I know, but it’s no big deal” he reassured. “Wanna go to the arcade? My treat” he suddenly offered. I stopped, feeling a tug on one of my heartstrings. Ronny noticed, and turned back to face me. He gave me another smile, as he walked back and patted me on the back. “I mean, why not, right? Your choice, we can go home if-“ “No! ” I found myself saying a little too quickly. “No, I mean…sure, l-let’s go to the arcade” I was somewhat worried, he was technically grounded after all. But having him there, right by my side once again… “What was her name? ” he suddenly asked me. I arched a brow at him. “Your friend…what was her name? ” he repeated. His sudden question caught me by surprise. “You…you did see her? ” I asked him. “Of course I saw her, but…can’t say I wasn’t distracted by…” he didn’t finish his sentence, though it was enough. “Leslie…” I told my brother. “Her name was Leslie” He slowly nodded. We didn’t talk for the rest of the trip down to the arcade, but I didn’t care. I still miss her. Every day, I desperately wish I could just go back and try to do things differently. But, at the very least, I didn’t feel empty anymore. Not only because I had my brother back. But I know that he too, will always remember the girl on the bridge.
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Free movie he belongs to us crossword. Free Movie He Belongs tous les volumes. My SS can be sweet. He's in preschool and learning how to write his name. He likes to help cook dinner and put away clean dishes. He tells DH and I that he loves us upward of 100 times a day. He likes to joke around, he's intuitive, curious, thoughtful of his choices when he wants to be. He has the same unique hair as his father and the same mischievous smirk. He calls me mom sometimes and his BM is not in the picture. He tells everybody how beautiful I am and tells me every night at bedtime that I am perfect. However, it has been a few years and sometimes I pray for an hour before bed that BM will get her shit together and have him for half the time again. Life was simpler. During our week with him, his bad behavior and petty pranks/messes/attitude was tolerable because I knew when Sunday would be like a vacation for DH and I. We would get to sleep in that weekend. We would eat whatever we wanted for dinner. I would clean the house on Sunday afternoons after we dropped him off at his mother's house and not have to clean again until after he came home. When I wanted it to be silent, it could be. I was able to wake up early in the mornings and drink coffee alone on the couch watching my favorite shows or a movie. Laundry was much easier to do with just two adults' clothes. The house stayed smelling nice and the floors weren't smeared with dirt and grime and food and milk. Most of all, we could do whatever we wanted in our home. Friends could come over and have beers outside by the fire pit. We didn't have to have at least one of us in the same room as SS at all times ensuring that he wasn't destroying the house or getting hurt. My food stays in the kitchen for as long as I don't eat it. DH is calm, laughs easily, likes to take me out for dinner and we spend time in bed watching movies on Saturdays. Sex was frequent and amazing and passionate (and didn't have to be silent. ) Now, my life feels like it is chained to the doings of SS. He requires constant supervision even in his own bedroom. We have to go behind him cleaning things up because he is so destructive. He constantly is clinging to his dad or I, touching us nonstop and even worse, fidgeting nonstop. I never have been a particularly touchy person and his grimy, booger-clad fingers make my skin want to crawl off of my bones, out the door, and back to my free days. He attempts to co-sleep every single night no matter how content he seems in his own room at 's just a matter of minutes before he's slinking back down the hall and creaking our bedroom door open, trying to slither in between us. He coughs in people's faces, throws screaming/hitting/wailing/throwing fits. The only thing he will eat without throwing a tantrum is toast. He lies and calls names, destroys other people's belongings. The maintenance required to keep him happy, healthy, and safe is so beyond the typical work required for any child. The effort needed to keep him stable is enough that it makes DH say about once a week, "Yeah... I don't know about having another one. I think I'm good with my one. " Which is a fair thought to have for any parent but I don't have any children and have wanted one for a while. I just want a fucking break. I am tired of constant twitchy physical contact that I ask over and over again to stop. I am tired of constant noise and messes. I am tired of him being babied by DH's family. I am tired of having to repeat myself and him never listening anyway. I'm tired of him clinging to me worse than he does his own father. I have tried, up until now, to be attentive and more emotional than I truly feel toward him. But I am now getting beyond fed up. I am raising a child that isn't mine that on a bad day, won't listen at all and hits me when asked to pick up toys, and MAY ELIMINATE MY CHANCES OF HAVING MY OWN CHILD. How do I hold onto the love I already developed for him? As bad as it sounds, it's beginning to fade. I wish I were the kind of woman who could be a mother to all and was excellent at it. My mother did not have that innately, and neither do I it seems. I even worry that I wouldn't be an adequate mother to my own biological child because of how distant I can feel some days from him.
Free movie he belongs to us free. Free movie he belongs to us video. Source: This week at Bungie, we’re on final countdown for launch. It’s been a long summer of reveals, travels, interviews, and updates. Now we find ourselves in that old familiar clearing at the end of the path. This is the final weekly update that we’ll have before we blast off on another adventure. Our new launch trailer is making the rounds. Here it is if you haven’t had a chance to watch yet. Video Link Today, you’ll find us ticking all the boxes on the pre-flight checklist. There are some final items we want to cover before you set out to investigate the mysteries of the Moon. Here’s what you’ll find during a lengthy final scroll: Combat Changes Progression and Economy Changes Patch Note Preview Ritual Weapons and Perk Changes Set It Straight Wear It With Pride Bungie Rewards Let’s start the clock. Combat Changes As discussed previously, damage numbers in Destiny 2 have been a bit out of control. We’re making some adjustments so the numbers shown are smaller and easier to comprehend without affecting the percentage of damage you’re dealing. We’re also adjusting how your Power works when you go up against enemies tougher than you. Here are some more details on what to expect. PvE Damage Numbers Display Goal: To provide players with useful and legible feedback for damage dealt to enemy combatants across many years of Power progression. Displayed damage numbers for damage dealt to non-Guardian enemy combatants are crunched Damage dealt is displayed using fewer digits to enhance readability of damage output Occurrences of displayed damage getting capped at 999, 999 should be significantly reduced or eliminated The exponential curve used to calculate damage numbers for display is replaced with a new linear curve that is built to last for many years As players grow in Power, displayed damage numbers increase at a much more measured pace than previously This is a UI update only; player damage output, whether measured as hits to kill, time to kill, or DPS, remains unchanged by this update PvE Difficulty Tuning Goals: Widen the sweet spot where fighting higher-level combatants provides a fun, challenging, and rewarding combat experience for a more enjoyable Power climb. Also, allow players looking for even greater challenges to confront much higher-level enemies. Combatants that are 10–40 levels higher take less time to kill and deal less damage Higher-level combatants continue to increase in difficulty up to 100 Power levels above the player When enemies are 100 Power levels or higher above the player, they are immune to damage Nameplate icons on higher-level combatants have been updated to reflect these changes These changes affect only higher-level combatants; the at-level or over-level experience remains unchanged Progression and Economy Changes Every Season brings with it some tweaks to the Power climb. Shadowkeep is going to deliver significant changes to how you grow in strength. We also want to make you aware of changes to various currencies and the Eververse Trading Company before you set out to power up your gear. Rewards Power and Progression All non-powerful rewards now drop 3 to 0 points below your highest equippable Power level, up from 15 to 20 below Year 2 powerful reward sources have changed to Legendary rewards These sources no longer have a chance to drop a random Exotic instead of the Legendary gear Bonus Exotics that drop from Nightfall: The Ordeal will drop at the character’s highest equippable Power level Under- and over-leveling activities no longer adjust how much Power is received from the rewards Experience no longer fuels a player’s character level, which has been changed to be level 50 for all characters Experience instead progresses the Season Pass, Seasonal Artifact mod, and Power progressions, as well as the unlocking of destinations for new characters Experience rewards have been rebalanced with the introduction of the Season Pass and Seasonal Artifact progressions The Power granted from the Seasonal Artifact is additive with the Power of the player’s equippable gear, but does not increase the Power of gear drops All existing gear has had its Power increased to a minimum of 750; new characters will begin Destiny 2 at Power 750 as well The Power bands for Season 8 are as follows Floor: 750 Soft Cap: 900 All drops up to this point will be upgrades to the most powerful item in your inventory or vault Beyond this point, only powerful and pinnacle rewards will increase a player’s Power Powerful Cap: 950 All non-powerful/pinnacle rewards are capped at 950 Pinnacle rewards are the only way to raise Power above this point Powerful rewards are equivalent to the character’s highest-equippable Power beyond this point Pinnacle Cap: 960 This is the highest Power at which gear drops; also known as the “hard cap” The Seasonal Artifact bonus Power allows characters to attain values above this level Prime Engrams Prime Engrams now gain charges more quickly, drop more frequently, and have a higher maximum charge cap (nine charges, up from six during Year 2) The Power gains have been rebalanced for the increased frequency, providing +3 Power, down from a range of +4 to +7 Players who have completed the “Prime Example” quest prior to Shadowkeep’s release will earn charges, but those charges won’t drop until the character has reached 900 Power This will help players avoid spending charges early for gains that are most beneficial during the Soft Cap to Powerful Cap range Bright Dust Bright Dust is now earned by completing Crucible, Gambit, and Vanguard weekly and repeatable bounties We chose to grant all of Bright Dust from ritual weekly bounties rather than spreading it out across the weekly and daily bounties so players could more easily earn Bright Dust without having to make sure they complete every single daily Players will be able to do the repeatable bounties as many times as they like Any Crucible, Gambit, or Vanguard completed bounties need to be turned in before maintenance begins on 9/30 as these changes will reset them; other bounties—Gunsmith, clan, Eververse, etc. —can still be claimed after Oct 1 Eververse items no longer dismantle into Bright Dust, and instead grant legendary shards and glimmer New Eververse items for Season of the Undying will become available for Bright Dust two weeks into the Season Eververse items no longer require Bright Dust to reacquire them(or re-roll perks) from Collections; instead, they cost the same materials that reward items of the same type/rarity use Fireteam Medallions have been removed from the store, deprecated into Fizzled Fireteam Medallions, and can now be dismantled into Bright Dust to recover their purchase price (50 Bright Dust) Gleaming Boon of the Vanguard price has been lowered to 150 Bright Dust Gleaming Boon of the Crucible price has been lowered to 500 Bright Dust Eververse The Season 7 Best of Year One Engram has been retired, and in its place, players can now obtain the new Season 8 Nostalgic Engram The Seasonal Milestone no longer grants a bounty; instead, it directly grants a Bright Engram The Season 8 Nostalgic Engram is no longer earned at level up Instead, the Bright Engram is now included in the free rewards of the Season Pass that are visible before level 100; it’s also awarded every 5 levels after level 100 The Eververse storefront is now available via the Director Eververse bounties (standard and IGR versions) have been deprecated; any remaining bounty notes can be broken down into Bright Dust You can still complete and turn in any outstanding Eververse bounties until they expire Glimmer Players can now store up to 250, 000 Glimmer Glimmer rewards from the majority of sources in the game have been rebalanced Most open world sources (public events, Lost Sectors, chests) have been significantly increased Passive Glimmer gain on kill has been reduced In addition to directly awarding Glimmer on kill, combatants will sometimes drop additional Glimmer chunks Weekly bounties award a large amount of Glimmer in addition to their other rewards Spider’s Exchange The Spider welcomes new opportunities with four arms open and now deals in materials from all planets However, the Spider has noted changes in market value, and has adjusted his exchange rates accordingly: Glimmer exchange now costs 10 Legendary Shards or 20 materials, and yields 10, 000 Glimmer Tangled Shore daily bounties no longer award Glimmer, providing instead Etheric Spirals (in keeping with his competition) Weekly wanted bounties no longer award gear, but now provide between 3, 000 and 15, 000 Glimmer in addition to the Enhancement Cores currently offered Xûr Xûr’s inventory pool and Fated Engram now include world-drop Exotics from Year 2 Patch Note Preview We’ll have a bunch of bullet points for you to peruse next week. Here’s something to tide you over until then. Added rally banners to Leviathan, Eater of Worlds, and Spire of Stars “The Shattered Throne” Dungeon is now available at all times instead of on a three-week cycle It can also be launched and reset from the Director Black Armory forges are now accessible through a Director-launched playlist on EDZ Weapon mods are now treated as reusable unlocks instead of consumables; any mods you have in your inventory will be converted to unlocks If the only copy of a mod you have is already in a gun, you will need to reacquire one to unlock it Discarding an Enhancement Core no longer deletes the entire stack Borealis and Hardlight now match the Prism modifier when changing elements on reload, rotating through Void, Arc, and Solar Fixed an issue where the Hunter’s Tempest Strike melee ability couldn’t be performed if the sprint button/key was set to Hold The Phoenix Protocol Hearth perk will no longer award bonus Super energy on kills and assists to Warlocks inside a Well of Radiance if they do not also have the Well of Radiance (Attunement of Grace) subclass equipped Fixed an issue where allied Golden Gun projectiles weren’t going through Banner Shields Fixed an issue where the Queen’s Wrath perk for the Exotic Wish-Ender Bow wasn’t correctly highlighting players if their shield was depleted Players who’ve obtained the Salute emote in the past can now correctly select it in their collection and assign it to their emote wheel Multiplayer (buddy) emotes will now have a visible indication of where a player can stand to interact and initiate the emote Failing the first encounter for any Black Armory forge will no longer award planetary destination materials. ಠ_ಠ Ritual Weapons and Perk Changes In Season of the Undying, pinnacle weapons will become ritual weapons. They will no longer have special perks and will instead be curated rolls. A previous article incorrectly showed two new pinnacle weapons. The good news is you will be getting three ritual weapons for each of the ritual activities: Crucible, Vanguard, and Gambit. Here’s the Destiny Dev Team on why we made this difficult decision and some information on upcoming perk changes. Destiny Dev Team: The decision to stop creating extremely powerful pinnacle weapons was made for a variety of reasons. The first was that the band in which “pinnacle” perk can exist is actually quite small, and most of them far exceeded the efficacy they should have been at. Another issue is that they cause problems in the player ecosystem, particularly in the case of the Crucible pinnacle weapons. Due to the nature of PvP and PvE, anything that works well in PvP is likely going be extremely effective in PvE as well. This forces players into the Crucible if they want the “best” loadouts. Even the title of “pinnacle” set a variety of unrealistic expectations. Rather than being the absolute height of Legendary power, they were supposed to be interesting novelties to chase. These problems became more pronounced the more of them we produced. In the end, we decided to move away from pinnacle weapons. If you managed to collect them all, we hope you enjoy them! While we’re on the subject of weapons, here are a few important notes on changes to how perks will work. Reduced the effectiveness of the following perks in PvE: Rampage, Kill Clip, Swashbuckler, Multikill Clip, Desperado, Surrounded, Master of Arms, Onslaught In general, these perks use the same damage multipliers for PvE that they did in PvP The change to Rampage does not affect the Huckleberry Onslaught and Desperado now change bullet impact values while active in PvE Surrounded no longer multiplies precision damage on top of base damage, as it was benefiting some weapon types more than others as a result Legendary weapons have become too powerful overall. In many cases, they even outclass Exotic Primary weapons, so we’re walking them all back a bit. All the way back in original Destiny, we had a perk named Crowd Control, which was Rampage’s predecessor. Crowd Control capped out at a bonus of +15% extra damage. At this point in Destiny 2, Rampage caps out at about +67%. That’s a 447% increase from the original iteration. Legendary damage perks have become so powerful, they simply invalidate non-damage related perks. Here’s a quick preview of the three ritual weapons you can earn in Season of the Undying. Because these weapons are no longer pinnacle weapons, the quest required to earn them is not as in depth as previous seasons. Vanguard—Edgewise Image Link imgur Crucible—Randy’s Throwing Knife Image Link imgur Gambit—Exit Strategy Image Link imgur Set It Straight During the run up to launch, we’ve been dropping videos, articles, interviews, and information all over the internets. Along the way, the fact-checkers called us out a few times. Today, we’re issuing some corrections to previous transmissions. There was a shot of Trials of the Nine armor in the launch trailer by mistake. We wanted to clear up any confusion and let players know that the Trials of the Nine set will not obtainable in Season of the Undying. We also had to revise our gameplay calendar for Season of the Undying. The menu of action is the same, but we are adjusting the timing of the Nightmare Hunts. The new schedule looks like this: Image Link imgur 3. Back when we were first talking about finishers and some of the mods that go with them, we talked about how one of the mods enabled you to spawn Heavy ammo for your fireteam when you executed a finisher. That was still in flux at the time, and for balance reasons we ended up making a mod that will spawn Heavy ammo for yourself and a mod that will spawn Special ammo for your fireteam. Wear It With Pride At Bungie, our mission is to build worlds the inspire friendship. Our games become places where people—all kinds of people—can gather to share meaningful experiences. One of the most important aspects of friendship is acceptance. Earlier this year, we took to the streets as part of the Seattle Pride Parade. We also offered up a Pride Pin via the Bungie Store that was rumored to have an emblem that would come with it. The rumors are true, and we’ve chosen International Coming Out Day as the advent to deploy the in-game expression of acceptance. Image Link imgur For the details, along with a personal story to capture the spirit of that day, here is one of our own… Hi Y’all, My name’s Nigel. You may know me from things like the Shattered Throne Ride Along, or this wonderful fan video made during our St. Jude’s charity stream. This is my first TWAB post and I’m a little nervous, so I’m going to use one of my favorite TV shows, Golden Girls, as a crutch. Picture it. Tempe, Arizona 2009. A sophomore in college. At this point in my life, I’d never really had a girlfriend or really found myself attracted to a woman. I refused to believe I was gay. Having seen so many coming-out stories go poorly, with family and friends abandoning people they loved, I didn’t want that for myself. So I ignored it by playing video games. Dragon Age: Origins had just released, and my twin brother had been bugging me for a good week to buy it and play it. Quickly I found myself wrapped in magic and steel for an untold, but probably perfectly healthy, amount of time. During this time, I found myself conversing with one of the male party members, simply trying to raise his approval. That’s when it appeared. The option to flirt with this character. I was as the kids say, “ shooketh. ” I sat for what must have been twenty minutes before deciding to click on it. He flirted back. My heart skipped. I was a ball of nerves and anxiety as the conversation continued with another chance to confess romantic feelings to the character. I thought I was going to vomit all over a simple choice in a video game. I debated with myself, what did it mean that I wanted to flirt with this character? Why did I suddenly feel like my entire existence would be changed with this one conversation? I clicked it. And that’s when I learned about rejection. From a digital character. He wasn’t gay, and my heart sunk. But his next words were something I didn’t know I needed. “There’s nothing wrong with who you love. You are my friend no matter what. ” I spent the next two hours on the floor crying, finally feeling that it was okay to be gay. I felt more comfortable than I’d ever felt in my life. I vowed, if I ever got the opportunity to pay it forward, I would. Well I’m helping to pay it forward. I’ve spent a lot of my time at Bungie helping to make sure Destiny is a welcoming place. I have marched in the Seattle Pride Parade. I have helped set up the Trevor Foundation and other LGBTIQA+ charities. Most recently, I helped create those wonderful Bungie Pride Pins you keep seeing on our streams. I’m happy to announce that, on October 11, International Coming Out Day, we’ll be releasing a Pride emblem for your Guardian if you’ve purchased this pin. If you missed the chance to buy the pin back in June, mark your calendars, because we’ll be restocking our supply on the Bungie Store. Destiny and Bungie are places where we can foster community and work together, no matter your background. We at Bungie want to make sure no matter who you love, or who you are, that everyone belongs in the Tower. Or the Farm, if you’re into that. Nigel speaks true. Thanks for being excellent to each other. Any players who previously purchased the Pride Pin will be receiving codes for the emblems through email. Bungie Rewards Last week, we showed off a preview of the World’s First belt and some of the emblems you can earn in our upcoming pinnacle PvE activity. We weren’t quite ready to show off the awesome jacket Bungie Rewards will be offering, but the design is ready for the runway. Image Link imgur Any player who beats the “Garden of Salvation” raid and claims their code before the weekly reset on 10/15 will be eligible to purchase the raid jacket through Bungie Rewards. We are giving you some extra time to Power up this time. We know many of you don’t enjoy rushing through content, so even if you aren’t ready to take on the raid before 10/15, any player who completes “Garden of Salvation” during Season of the Undying will be eligible to purchase a special raid T-shirt through Bungie Rewards. Image Link imgur So… the shirt has some spoilers on it, but we’ll share out what it looks like after the raid is completed. That’s not all! Players can also claim a free Eris Morn papercraft mask by completing the main Shadowkeep quest by the end of Season 8. If you’re already receiving Bungie newsletter emails, you’ll get a direct link the next day, or you can visit to redeem it. Stay tuned for more Bungie Rewards throughout the season. Full Steam Ahead Image Link Player Support is waiting in the wings to support our next launch. This is their report. Upcoming 24-Hour Maintenance This upcoming Monday, September 30, Destiny 1 and Destiny 2 will be taken offline for extended maintenance on all platforms. This maintenance will last for approximately 24 hours, starting at 10 AM PDT (1700 UTC), ending with the launch of Destiny 2: Shadowkeep on October 1. During this downtime, players will be unable to log in to or access Destiny API features. For the latest information on this maintenance as it occurs, including download availability and emergent issues, players should follow @BungieHelp on Twitter or monitor our support feed on. Pre-loading Destiny 2: Shadowkeep and Update 2. 6. 0 Right now, all PC players can pre-load Destiny 2 on Steam, which includes pre-loading for New Light and Shadowkeep. Since New Light makes Destiny 2 accessible to everyone for free, no purchase is necessary to pre-load. Existing console players will be able to pre-load Update 2. 0 during the maintenance leading up to launch. The moment we confirm that downloads are available, we’ll sound off from the support links provided above. FOLLOW UP: Delay in Forsaken License Transfers for Migrating PC Players Last week, we discussed the likely delay of Forsaken license transfers for migrated PC players on Steam. With the announcement of our upcoming 24-hour maintenance, we hope to mitigate any possible delay in Forsaken license transfers following the launch of Shadowkeep on October 1. If any such delays occur, we’ll be sure to sound off from the support links provided above. PC Migration and New Characters on Steam Following the launch of Shadowkeep and Destiny 2 Update 2. 0 on October 1, players who link their Steam account to their profile will be able to manually trigger PC Migration. Players should be aware, however, that any new characters created on Steam before performing PC migration will be overwritten when players migrate from This will result in the potential loss of new characters and gear, as well as Silver, Eververse items, and Season Passes—if purchased on these new characters before performing PC migration. To make things as simple as possible, here’s the recommended order of operations for players who perform PC migration to Steam after Shadowkeep launches on October 1: 1. Link your Steam account to your existing profile and initiate PC Migration. Please ensure you are linking to the same profile associated with your account. Once manually triggered, PC Migration cannot be undone. 2. If desired, enable Cross Save so your preferred characters are available when you log in to Destiny 2 on Steam. PC Migration will still transfer your characters to Steam, even if another set of characters is selected for Cross Save. This also determines which characters receive any Silver or Season Passes purchased on Steam before logging in. 3. On Steam, download and install Destiny 2. If you have not yet downloaded Steam, click here. 4. Log in to Destiny 2. 5. Your characters, licenses, and Silver will already be migrated to your Steam account, however your Cross Saved characters will appear if Cross Save is enabled. IMPORTANT: Since purchased Silver and Season Passes are applied to the first character set that players log in with after purchase, we strongly recommend that players enable Cross Save before logging in to Destiny 2 on Steam. This will ensure that your desired characters are receiving your Silver and Season Passes on the Steam platform. Cross Save-enabled characters will be able to bring their Season Passes with them to any platform after they have been applied. REMINDER: Destiny 2 and Silver Purchases on This week, we’d like to remind PC players that Destiny 2 game content and Destiny 2 Silver can no longer be purchased from the Shop. Existing PC players can continue to play on until Destiny 2 undergoes maintenance for Steam launch. Players should also be aware that in order for recent Silver purchases to successfully transfer to Steam, **players MUST log in to Destiny 2 on ****before 10 AM PDT (1700 UTC) on September 30, 2019 ** to claim their purchased Silver. REMINDER: Code Redemption for Destiny 2 As another reminder, players should be aware that any code they possess for Destiny 2 content MUST be redeemed on their account before they perform PC Migration. Players who have already prepared for PC Migration have until the start of Destiny 2 maintenance on September 30 to redeem any unused codes—to have that license transfer to their Steam account. Players who migrate to Steam after our October 1 maintenance must also ensure that their code is redeemed before they link their Steam account. Once a Steam account is linked, their Guardians, Silver, and game licenses will be migrated from to Steam. This is a one-time process that cannot be repeated for new licenses. For information on code redemption, players should visit Blizzard’s How to Claim a Code knowledgebase article. It’s worth noting that all content previously included in the base Destiny 2 game, Curse of Osiris, or Warmind, will be available to all players for free through the launch of Destiny 2: New Light on October 1. Steam Limited User Accounts Next week, Destiny 2 officially launches on Steam. Before it does, we’d like to make players aware of Steam’s Limited User Accounts. In short, any player whose account has spent less than $5. 00 USD on the Steam Store will have limited access to community and social features that are commonly used for spamming, phishing, and other abuse. This will also apply to any Destiny 2 player new to the Steam platform who migrates from For more information, please see Valve’s Limited User Accounts support article. Premonition Legendary Pulse Rifle Following the launch of Shadowkeep next week, players will be able to view new items added to Destiny 2 using the in-game Collections. Before then, we’d like to make players aware of a known issue with one particular weapon listing. Following the launch of Shadowkeep, the Collection listing for the Premonition Legendary Pulse Rifle will state that it is “found by exploring the Moon. ” This weapon’s specific source is actually the new dungeon, which will become available sometime after Shadowkeep’s launch. Players who encounter other issues following the launch of New Light, Shadowkeep, and Steam PC should report them to the #Help forum. MOTW Image Link imgur All right, let’s see what we got. More movies on the field. Here are our favorites this week. Movie of the Week: Embrace your fears Video Link Honorable Mention: The Duke Video Link This is it. The last TWAB before launch. Are you ready? The entire team has been working hard on this release. We got Cross Save in your hands early and are excited to see you experience all the content in Shadowkeep. New players and veterans alike will have new characters wake up on the Cosmodrome for the first time in Destiny 2. Please welcome new Guardians who may be just joining this incredible community. Thanks for sticking with us. We’ll see you star side. <3 Cozmo.
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" dialogue which sets the state the Kim family is living in right away: a lower class family, struggling to even have wifi connection (which they were leaching off from the 123456789-password /upstair/ neighbour - another nod to the height-hierarchy motif of the movie). These people are just miserably poor that they can't afford the essentials of the modern society like phone connections, trying to do the folding pizza boxes as their source of income (which is even below a fast food worker employment). [Heck, even the highest place in the house is literally the toilet seat! I have no idea who built or found this set, but they did their damn good job! ] Fumigation scene: notice how the Father insisted to let the window open so they can have "free extermination", while the Daughter wanted to shut it? Clearly a foreshadow. But this also is a subtle comparison of how similar the family is to the "stink bugs" around them: they live underground in poor living condition, seeing the outer world by looking up while others look down, living on little leftovers that some people like to throw away. And whenever the extermination comes, only the matures can ignore the condition and survive, while the youths suffer (and die). Also this conflict highlights the short-sightedness of the Father and Mother. They are the one in charge, but do not seem to have any foresights for their decisions, or any responsibilities even for their below-basic-income job/gig. Feeble characters who're fit right into the "why the poor stay poor" stereotype, or as some troll in the Internet puts it: "They're inferior losers who don't put in real effort and blame the rich instead since that's easier than working. etc" The "scholar's" rock: I love how the Kims' son keep mentioning how "meta' it is lol. To him, it is a magical device that blessed the family's fortune-turning around later. It's 'hope', 'fate', the "American dream", etc. to him, that he's lucky ever since he got that guess what? That rock is ultimately fake. /It floats during the flood later/, meaning it's certainly hollow inside with a fake exterior. Another metaphor for how the family later "fakes it to make it" to the upper-class Parks family. (And also probably another reason why the son survives the skull-bashing hits. But he probably doesn't know still. In his dream sequence, he can lay it down in the water, meaning he still believes in the "dream"/the rock/whatever it represents to him. ) The "parasite": it's easiest to say that the man living in the basement is The Parasite of the movie. But to me, every family is parasitic in this movie. If the Kims being gassed with bug sprays and having a whole "infestation" operation to establish themselves into the Parks' household, the old housekeeper and her husband's literally living in the shadow of the Parks, then what parasitic behaviour the upper-class Park family has demonstrated in return, other than being the stereotypical Crazy rich Asian affluent porn you may ask? It's the little actions here and there that matter. The "simple" Park mother may be too dumb to be fooled, manipulated and scammed the whole movie, but she knows how to skim the tutor's payment AND then has the audacity to say that she was going to pay the same rate as the old tutor, but "added a bit for Inflation". That upper-class, tech-renovating award-winning of a family literally stays being rich based on underpaying their newer employees. Not to mention, she/the Park family is obviously dependant to the help to feed themselves! Without the housekeeper, she can't even function normally. The subtle details about how the upper class operates and could be interpreted as criticisms to the upper class are also spot on:They didn't care about the degree or certification, as long as "you are referenced to by someone I know personally". They have no idea about arts, but act like snobs while appropriating another commodified culture. They don't even know that their child is "faking" being an eccentric, but hiring all the "art therapist/professional" help that they don't need. They're projecting all horrible things onto their "disgraced" employees, but then use it as sexual fantasy to get off later. Heck, they are so out of touch with reality that they don't even know why the lights were turned on or the fact that they have a whole nuclear basement with a whole person living in it! The director just did an amazing job portraying all the uglinesses of both classes in this movie. The Flood: To me, the flood is the true climax of the film. It's so simple, but truly a masterpiece that effectively demonstrates the deep inequality of the classes, especially under the effect of climate change. To the Parks, the storm rain only helps "clear the pollution away" (while thousands of home are flooded to the ceiling filling up with sewages and trashes), their son has to play camping in the garden instead (while people have to exhaustedly fight against the waters and lose all their belongings to the flood), they have to sleep on the couch in the wide, glass-window living room only because of their son's eccentric behaviour (while people have to seek refuge sleeping like boxed salmons in a gym). Oh, and the next day? Let's organise a garden birthday party instead! And inviting all their upper class friends who sing opera and play cello in the garden, you know, all casually (not to mention chopping woods just for fun! /s), while paying all their employees showing up for it instead! (Not to mention how much resources that state-of-the-art house-on-the-hill can consume and how much human resources it requires to maintain and operate. )Knowing the director from his previous work Snowpiercer, he is very environmentally aware about climate change and how it effects in an inequality I just love how casually and realistically he portrayed the situation in this film. How realistically a disaster to some can only be a mildly inconvenience to the upper class. And I personally had lived through that hellhole of a scenario right in this summer myself so I cannot help but profoundly relate, feeling my hope for humanity slipping again (Long story short, the whole region got burned down due to bush fires. People lost houses while fighting with the fires for MONTHS. I had to live through heavy orange smogs for weeks that's straight out of Blade Runner, while the PM was "missing" on a Hawaii holiday and blamed the people on having a "needless climate anxiety". )No wonder why Mr. Kim snapped so badly later. The Smell: this is what finally triggered Mr. Kim over the edge. He has personally been compared to behave like a "cockroach", living around "stink bugs" (and honestly, the whole hiding under the living room table and really slipping out on "4 feet" scene just really drives that demoralisation home for him). And he can't do nothing about it since it's so inherently attached to him! It's so inherently attached to the lower class that the concept of "the Smell" to the upper class is so devastatingly insulting! (And no, I'm not talking to the bad BO, poorly hygiene people who can simply take more than 1 shower per month. )Imagine being fired or denied an opportunity of work simply because "you smell like you-take-the-subway class of people". A "smell" that normal people don't recognise, only the "upper class" can notice it, even when they're "Smell" is the clearest embodiment of classism in this movie. Nothing Mr. Kim does in his job performance really "crossed the line", but only the "Smell" does. Which means no matter what Mr. Kim does or tries, he would never be good enough to socialise with this upper class. The bug-eats-bug world: Classism aside, this movie also highlights the harsh reality of the common (lower class) people fighting/scheming/harming each other to be in the good graces of the "Parks", instead of working together during the main conflict scene of the movie. A lot of us can look at it and say "why don't they just work together? This is just so stupid! ", but then you would miss the point. Because in reality, we can be just as selfish like any of them, especially when your your own livelihood is on the Kims didn't care that they framed an innocent man who lives in a hostel, or poisoned a woman out of her life-long job. This demonstrates the humanity-crushing truth of struggling to live a life under the poverty line. And the "moving upward" dream that the main character Kim Ki-woo has can only be made via machiavelli methods - or as in the more animalistic world, insects mainly lay traps and eat each other to survive. Some eat their own species. Especially cockroaches, they are infamous as they can eat each other and even their own eggs in order to ensure their own survival over each other. Edit: A lot of people have pointed out how the rock is "real" because it sinks in the water later in the dream sequence and the director says so in interviews. But I have to raise some points to support my "theory": A. The director Bong could just tried to be humble and say he really didn't plan the more metaphorical double layers into the rock. (And I could just have had my "the curtains are blue" moment). But he also said he didn't plan for the Parks son paintings to resemble the man in the basement, which is just humble bs to me at this point. This is the same man who directed a bus to drive through the screen while a "borderline-crossing" moment was happening to a character here. That crazy level of being detail-oriented just reeks through his script, his directing AND his editing. He sure didn't come up with the layers of the rock in his script, but sure af to keep that in his directing and editing. B. The dream sequence: let's make it 100% clear - the scene where Ki-woo "manages to become rich and buy the house, so the Father can just... walk up the stair" will never become a reality. So whatever happens in it, including the rock sinking, is just Ki-woo's fantasy. Ki-woo is a forgery+foul play convict who was also involved in an infamous murder+slaughter spree, while his father is a wanted murderer who's still on the "loose" and their victim(s) is affluent upper-class family in charge of a successful tech company in South Korea (not to mention their affluent injured guests! ) That sure as hell won't look good on any resume, not to mention his 4 times failing to pass the University Entrant Exam already. Ki-woo's life is now certainly doomed to unemployment in the professional white collar world. And if the end credit song written by the director gives any more clues about Ki-woo's life, then it confirms the fact that Ki-woo can only work in blue collar gigs: "sweep and scrub and wipe as my non-existent muscles give out". Good luck saving up enough money to buy that mansion! Probably in 564 years or sth. /s.
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