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    Dark(the quest for ultimate power)

    Dark did not start out as a demon, he was once a human, then he sought power, but the power was not enough, so he sought Ultimate power. So he fond a wise demon that said bring me 50 heads of the strongest worriors in all the Galexies, and i will bestoe you ultimate power, and so dark set out to get the 50 heads, once he got the heads the wise demon gave what he promised, and so dark had Ultimate power yet he was lonely. So he sought companins and thay where also human when he met them, but he gave them new names after he transformed them, those names where Mace, Bullseye, and Deadeye, and now they haunt the living in search of fun and love, but when all hope was lost.........

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    Re: Dark(the quest for ultimate power)

    Well it does sound interesting enough, but can't really give you any ideas since I've never seen the series.

    Btw...that is one really looooong run on sentence up thar...punctuation is your friend or so they tell me. Anyway if you need any assistance with such thing - let me know.
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    Re: Dark(the quest for ultimate power)

    Quote Originally Posted by Lethe View Post
    Well it does sound interesting enough, but can't really give you any ideas since I've never seen the series.

    Btw...that is one really looooong run on sentence up thar...punctuation is your friend or so they tell me. Anyway if you need any assistance with such thing - let me know.
    well there is no series because i just made it up with the help of my demented mind!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Dark(the quest for ultimate power) ( cont.)

    .......but when all hope was lost Dark and his companins founed the ones they would be with for the rest of Eternaty. So they transformed their loves into immortals like they were, but soon the world would run out of humans to torture throgh nightmare. so they left in search of new planets. And to this day they still haunt the lives of the living, plus since they left earth humans have grown in numbers. And who knows you may be their next victem.



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    Give Dark an enemy who also seeks his power, one that will require it for him to gather allies.
    The world will look up and shout "Save us!" and I'll whisper... no.

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    Re: Dark(the quest for ultimate power)

    this is a good story but wud be more interesting if u wud have described how he got those 50 heads of strongest warriors and the end shud be something like dark's death u knw u can show a contrast of dark and light.
    i mean if dark died the story continues to be who will be next dark?????Mace, Bullseye, and Deadeye???? who will it be
    and if the livings are being hunted make dark's enemy as one of those living who protest against dark to let others survive .......

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