I am more killer than you, you just burn people for god sake. Within days of its escape, BEN began to utilize Jadusable's abandoned YouTube channel. ", additionally citing how it was stated as the primary inspiration for later popular creepypasta such as Petscop by Tony Domenico, and concluding that of creepasta, "[it's] highly likely BEN Drowned will remain the best of its kind. Suprised by his courtesy, you gave a nod of thanks and walked in, Ben not far behind you. During the recording of day four.wmv, he manifested himself in the form of the Elegy of Emptiness statue, an action he repeated each time the game was played. The Salesman, the statue, and Link all become locked in place, staring through the screen, directly at Jadusable.
This is not copypasta, this is a long read, but I feel like my safety or well-being could very well depend on this. [being] a well-told story", as well as praising its unique take on the found footage genre.
Xtreme Rap Battles 1, Willy Wonka vs Sweeney Todd. Cleverbot: Drowned who? Thank you, creepy statue from Majora's Mask and especially Jaddy Waggy" —fly_6 "I loved Ben Drowned's concept when I learned about it in 2013, and I've always wanted to take part in an ARG. i shouted looking around the room, "Where could he be?" In desperation, Jadusable turns the camera to face the statue directly. When she exits the area, she is suddenly confronted by two duplicates of the first boss of Majora's Mask, which she easily dispenses before continuing deeper into the game. I opened my eyes to (Name) next to me still asleep, 'Okay she looked cute when she slept...' i thought smiling at her. I’m gonna stomp you flat, your story is so bad. , The series has been favorably compared to the similarly-popular creepypasta series Marble Hornets.
It was that girl again. You didn't care. Ben begs her to heal the souls BEN has left to The Father's mercy, before granting her Link's adult form from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. by the Genies, which implies that it was responsible for Ifrit's disappearance. As Jadusable plays the game, little inconsistencies begin to pop up, turning to outright glitches, leading Jadusable to go to the online site 4chan to post about his playing of the game as it unfolds. Appearance It's unknown what BEN looked like before he drowned, although most assume he had a striking resemblance to Link. Deathscreen prompted upon a player's death. The player is a prisoner in the mysterious Ethereal Hotel, through which he is guided by radio by another survivor, Abel, avoiding a gas mask-wearing entity known as "The Jailer", as they roam the halls.
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Serving as Hall's first project, the first arc of the series, titled Haunted Cartridge and released in 2010, follows college sophomore Jadusable, who after acquiring a haunted Nintendo 64 video game cartridge of Majora's Mask, is plagued over the course of a single week by the presence of a seemingly omniscient being called BEN.
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In October 2017, Hall expressed interest in developing a third arc, also revealing he had anonymously created a second "popular" creepypasta series unrelated to Ben Drowned. , Ben Drowned is set in a fictional, alternate universe closely following that of Earth prior to the emergence of a cult known as the Moon Children who worshiped the Moon, known to them as Luna. Causing the day four glitch breaks the normalcy of the game and Jadusable soon finds himself alone in Clock Town with all of the inhabitants gone, unable to advance the game by turning back time, while endlessly hearing the laugh of the Happy Mask Salesman. Progressing further, she is confronted by several more Moon Children, who are seen apparently tormenting another NPC.
Nothing bad. It was then unheard from until Ryukaki began uploading videos.
Shortly afterward, their website collapses. The one you use to catch the pokemons. BEN's activity is believed to be initially minimal during jadusable.wmv, as it redacted the first half of it redacted the first half of the video (then called Matt.wmv) prior to its upload.
THEME Hall used a method of transmedia storytelling through a combination of YouTube videos, written chapters, and audience input to weave a story about a character named BEN – supposedly a malevolent spirit of a dead child – who haunts the author (referred to in the story as Jadusable) in a copy of The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. Content Maps Skins Mobs Texture Packs Data Packs Mods Blogs . The statue follows Jadusable's character, moving just outside of the camera's perspective, throughout the town.