Monday, September 6, 2010

jvk1166z.esp

Some people might recall some momentary buzz caused a couple of years ago by a particularly odd Morrowind mod. The file name was jvk1166z.esp. It was never posted on any of the larger Elder Scrolls communities, usually just smaller boards and role-playing groups. I know in a few cases rather than being posted it was sent via PM or email to a 'chosen few.' It was only up for a few days, to the best of my knowledge.

It caused a buzz because it was a virus, or seemed to be. If you tried to load the game with the mod active, it would hang at the initial load screen for a full hour and then crash to the desktop. If you let it get that far, your install of Morrowind, along with any save files you had, would become completely corrupted. Nobody could figure out what the mod was trying to do, since it couldn't be opened in the Construction Set. Eventually, warning were distributed not to use it if you found it, and things died down.

About a year later, in a mod board I used to frequent, someone popped up with the mod again. He said he was PMed by a lurker who deleted his account immediately after sending. He also said that the person advised him to try playing the mod through DOSbox. For some reason, this worked...sort of. The game was a bit laggy, and you couldn't get into Options, Load Game, the console, or really anything else, other than the game itself. The QuickSave and QuickLoad hotbuttons worked, but that was it. And the QuickSave file seemed to be just part of the game file, so you couldn't get at it anymore. Some speculated that the changed game used an older graphics renderer, making DOSbox necessary, but it didn't LOOK any different.

This part I can speak about from personal experience. When you start a new game in JVK (as the board came to call it), once you left the starting bit in the Census Office and came into the game proper, the first thing you notice is that the 'prophecy has been severed' box pops up. This is because every single NPC having to do with the main quest is dead, with the sole exception of Yagrum Bagarn, the last of the Dwemer. Their corpses never despawn, so you can go check on all of them. In effect, you begin in a world that is domed to start with.

The second thing you notice is that you're losing health. It's only a bit, but it keeps happening, a little bit at a time. The longer you stay in one place, the quicker it seems to occur. If you let this loss kill you, you'll find the cause: a figure we came to call the Assassin, because he seems to wear a retextured version of the Dark Brotherhood armor from Tribunal, even though the expansions don't work in JVK. It's all black, completely untextured, like he's just a hole in space. The way he moves...he gave me quite a start, the first time I saw him scuttling around my dead body. He crawls inhumanly on his hands and feet, his arms and legs splayed out like a spider. You'd usually only see him after death, crawling around and over your body just before the reload box popped up. Occasionally, you could catch a glimpse of him darting around a corner or crawling on a wall or ceiling. It made the game very difficult to play at night!

Other than that, the only noticeable difference is that at night, at random intervals, every NPC in the game will go outside for a few minutes. During this time, the only thing they will say when hailed is, "Watch the sky." Once they return to their normal behavior they act as normal, though.

After a while, a player on the board discovered a new NPC named Tieras, a male Dunmer in the temple at Ghostgate. Two things are notable about this NPC: first is his robe, a unique article of clothing that was lovingly rendered with twinkling stars all across it, looking like a torn-off chunk of the night sky. The second is that all of his dialogue, in addition to showing up in the dialogue box, is voiced. You can skip it if you wish, but it all sounds like it's in the default male Dunmer voice. Some people said that they thought the voice was "slightly" different, but it was a very, very good imitation.

I won't go into the details, but the questline he sends you on has to do with a dungeon referred to simply as 'The Citadel.' At least, to the point I reached, the quests were all of a fairly generic 'discover the secrets of the ancients' bent. the entrance to this dungeon is on a small island far to the west of Morrowind proper. I eventually discovered that if you used a Scroll of Icarian Flight at the westernmost point on the main landmass and jump directly west, you'd end up almost exactly at the island.

Even though the dungeon is called The Citadel, it goes straight down. It dwarfs any other dungeon, both in size and difficulty. From a natural cave area you'll proceed down into an ancestral tomb looking area, then Daedric ruin area, and then a Dwemer ruin area. I made it down to the Dwemer Ruins before I quit. The creatures here were strong enough that a level 20 character would have to take care, and since you can't use the console in JVK, level 20 take a while to get. Since QuickSave and QuickLoad are your only options, it's all too easy to get yourself into an impossible situation, too. I did, and I just didn't have the energy to start over.

Now what I'm telling you is based on what those few who went further reported. Past the Dwemer Ruins you find yourself in a level like the Dwemer Ruins, but darker. Rather than the usual bronze, all the surfaces, including those of the creatures, are black. The sounds of machinery are loud here, and grow louder still randomly. There's also steam or fog everywhree, limiting your vision to about ten in-game feet or so. If you can make it through all this, you will reach a hall that those who found it called it the Portrait Room.

Like the fire in torches or other effects from early 3D games, this room has picture frames that always face directly at you, no matter how you look at them. The images in the frames were always randomly chosen images from your My Pictures folder. On the board, the ones who got there had some fun posting screenshots of the Portrait Room with various pictures in the frames (Usually porn, of course).

At the end of the hall was a locked door. After admitting defeat and returning to Tieras, everyone just found him saying, "Watch the sky," in his gravelly voice. What's more, nobody else in the game would say ANYTHING. There was just a completely blank dialogue box with no options at all. They wouldn't even rattle off the usual canned audible greetings. The only exception was at night; whenever they'd go out for a few minutes, they'd still repeat it. "Watch the sky." At this point, one of the players - a friend of mine from the board - noticed (and the few others who got this far agreed) that the night sky was no longer the usual night sky of Tamriel; it had changed to a depiction of a real night sky. And it moved.

From this point on, everything is based on what this one person reported. Eventually, he got himself kicked from the board, but I kept in contact with him for as long as he responded. According to him, based on the constellations and planets, the sky started around February 2005. if you died, loaded, or went back into the Citadel, it would start over. When the usual day sky graphics took over, the movement would be suspended until the stars appeared again. In the space of a single night, everything would move about two months worth. Since the timescale of JVK was more or less that of the standard game, that meant that a bit less than an hour was a 24-hour period.

He became convinced that the door would open based on some kind of celestial event. Of course, waiting for that meant leaving the game running. Of course, THAT meant that the game couldn't be left unattended, thanks to our old friend, the Assassin. My friend decided he's hang out for a whole day, just to see if anything happened. That would be about a year's worth of movement. Here's the post he made at the end of this experiment:

"I loaded in Seyda neen, where it all starts. It wasn't too bad, just had to check in now and then to move around and heal to make sure I wasn't dying. But check it out! 24 hours exactly in, and the Assassin learned a new trick! HE SCREAMS!!!! I was reading and all of a sudden, this crazy loud shriek just about makes me crap myself. It's like something out of a horror movie! I look up, and there he is, just crouched down right in front of me. Of course, the second I moved my character, he ran off. When I went back down to the Portrait Room, the door was still locked. Damn it, damn it, damn it!"

A bit later, he came to the decision that he needed to wait three days - three years. The PM advising us to try DOSbox showed up in February of 2008 was his reasoning, anyway.

"After the first shriek, the Assassin stops hitting you out of nowhere. Now he'll shriek, and if you don't move for a few seconds after that he hits you. I think whoever made the mod was trying to help. At night, I've got my headphones on and I was just kind of dozing off...when he wakes me up with a shriek; I jiggle the mouse, and I'm good!"

That post was two days in, from his laptop. Once it was over...

"FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK! FUUUUUUUUUCK! So FUCKING done. So, I wait, the three days, right, and right after the FUCKING Assassin made me jiggle the mouse, he shrieks again. So, I look, and everyone in town is outside. They're all saying, "Watch the sky." I don't see anything, though. But then the game starts getting dark...like REALLY dark. I turn up the brightness all the way on my monitor, and I can still barely see. I can see other people in the game, little figures running around in the distance, just running back and forth. If I try to get close, they run off. Now, I was trying to sleep, so the lights are off, and this is kind of creepy. I don't want to get up to turn on my light because I don't want to miss anything, but NOTHING fucking happens. Eventually I go back to The Citadel...it's still dark, and I gotta swim, and the whole time I can see all these guys swimming all around me, just barely there. I make it to the Citadel, and it's normal light inside, and I get worried. Sure enough, the Portrait Door is STILL FUCKING CLOSED. I go outside and it's ALL STARTING OVER. So that's it. I'm fucking going to bed, and I'm fucking done. The end."

After that, two things happen. first, another of the people who got to the Portrait Room claimed that the Assassin was showing up in his regular Morrowind game. (Quick explanation. If you reinstalled Morrowind to a different fold, you could have a normal Morrowind install along with JVK.) He himself chalked it up to an overactive imagination at first, but he reported a couple of really big scares with the black figure crawling right at him, or seeing it waiting for him just around a corner before scuttling off. Another of those who reached the Portrait Room started a regular Morrowind game, but never for sure saw him; it was just a couple of maybes, late at night, and always at a distance.

The second is that my friend started getting really abusive and short-tempered on the board, though he stopped talking about JVK entirely. It got so back that he was soon kicked off. I didn't hear anything from him for a couple of weeks after that, so I sent him an email. This was part of his reply:

"I know I shouldn't, but with classes out I've got some time, so I started JVK up again. It's almost 2011...and I think I've got the sleep madness! But stuff is happening! It's still dark...once it gets dark, it never gets any lighter. It stays like that. The people moved a few months ago...everyone in Seyda neen just went to that little bandit cave and moved in. They killed the bandits inside, and now they're just standing around inside. They don't say anything anymore; they don't do anything when you click on them. I quicksaved and killed one, and he just stood there until he died without fighting back!

And it's like that everywhere. You have to walk, since the quick travel people are all in caves now, too, but all the cities and towns re just deserted; all the people are in caves and tombs. Everyone in Vivec is down in the sewers. I'm going to Ghostgate next...I want to see if Tieras is still there. I'll tell you what he says when I get there!"

i replied and said i wanted to see what he said, too, and waited a day. When I didn't get a reply, I mailed him again, and a couple of hours later he sent back:

"Sorry, I totally forgot. So it's 2014 now...since it's always night, the stars are always moving. The whole screen is dark, but you can still see the brightest stars moving around. Tieras was gone...everyone in Ghostgate was gone. i don't know where they went. They're not in any of the nearby caves. But there's new stuff...people still don't say anything, but their eyes are bleeding. it's so dark that even with a light spell you have to get right up against them to see, but there they are, little dark streaks coming down from their eyes. I think I gotta be getting close. I know this is stupid, and there's no way the pay off is going to be worth it, but I just want to be able to say I stuck it out!"

I got that one during the day. Later that night, I got a follow up email:

"Some of the planets aren't moving right. It's pissing me off...if this keeps up, I won't be able to keep track anymore. It's almost 2015 now, I think. Fuck. You know, I just now noticed that there aren't any monsters anymore, either. I'm completely alone outside now. The main quest peoples' bodies are still laying around, though. i went to check on them.

I don't need headphones anymore, so I just leave them off. When he shrieks, it's like he's screaming right into my ear. I think I even kind of anticipate it. He's around a lot more now, a lot closer. He's different from the other people who started showing up, remember? They keep running around, just where i can barely see them. I have to admit, it's kind of creepy at night. Sometimes, when I go to the bathroom or whatever, I swear I can see something out of the corner of mye ye. I'm keeping all the lights on now."

I sent him a letter, jokingly telling him to get some real sleep, and left it at that. Two mornings later, I found this in my email. It was the last thing I got from him. After this, he stopped responding completely:

"I just got up from a fucked up dream, I think. The Assassin shrieked at me, and when I opened my eyes, he was right there, crouching over me. His arms and legs were longer, more like a spider's. I tried to push him away, but when I touched him my hands just went inside and I couldn't get them loose again, like he was made of tar or something.

Then I woke up, I thought. he was gone, but when I looked at the monitor I wasn't where I was. I was in the Corprusarium, with Yagrum. For once, the light was okay, and I could see him all bloated on those mechanical spider legs. I sat down at the computer and he started talking to me. Not in a box, but really talking to me,in Tieras' voice. He knew things about me. He told me things that I never told anyone, some things I totally forgot about. He told me that almost nobody had made it this far, and that the door would open up soon. I just had to hang on a little while longer. He said I'd know when it was time. He said I might be the first one to see what was inside.

And then I woke up for real, but I was at the computer. I still wasn't where i was. I'm swimming out to The Citadel Island. And I can hear this tapping. It's at my window. It's over on the left, so I'm sending you this, because I left my laptop by my bed, to the right. Just a little taptaptaptap...like he's knocking his finger against the glass. I might still be dreaming now."

So, I guess that's the end of the story. I know there's a few other stories floating around about the mod, but this is the only I know as true, as far as it goes. I deleted my JVK copy of the game pretty much right after I gave up, but I'd like to get the mod again, if anyone still has a copy of the file. I'd like to see some of this for myself.

99 comments:

  1. This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

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  2. I don't even care if this is real or not, but this shit is really fuckin' creepy.

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  3. Somebody make a sequel mod for Oblivion.

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  5. This is awesome. My friend told me of this today, and I didn't believe a word he said. So now I'm here, jaw dragging on the floor by this mind-boggling story, and I NEED this mod! Thank you for all of this!

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  6. Mod + Creepypasta lover here.
    Hm... maybe I'll make something like this. Without the waiting 24 hours or dosbox.

    All the cool creepypasta I read usually required a romhack...
    It'd be interesting to just make a large mod and subtly do it.

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  7. @Deathbreak

    DO IT! :DD I'd pay fucking MONEY for that. Seriously, that sounds so KEWL.

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  8. I... Would... KILL for that mod.

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  9. I have played this mod, I tried to make it as far as the man in the story, I could not. It ruined my life, don't play this game. What has been seen cannot be unseen.

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    1. Could you please tell me how I could get this Mod? I'd really appreciate it...

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    2. It's not a real mod... yet. The guys at /r/watchtheskies are working on it.

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  10. I need this mod, please upload it!!!

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  11. I'm posting here because this was the first thing that came up when I Googled jvk1166z. I was on Omegle just now and someone came on who just said 'jvk1166z' and then 'I still have it.' and then he gave me this link: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=DF6MWUPX and then he disconnected.

    I haven't played Morrowind in years, and I haven't heard any of this jvk1166z stuff before, but after reading this story I'm a little freaked out now!

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  12. The guy above me is legit, but I decided to just make a YouTube video of it so none has to download. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jhs3vX7Zyhw

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    1. Nooooo! It was removed.

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  13. thats a fucking mp3, you have to be retarded not to notice

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  14. Send the link to 4chan, maybe it can be backtraced. WE NEED THE MOD!!!!!!

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  15. Hey ho, I was the December 22, 2010 2:07 PM poster, and I'm sorry...in retrospect I probably should have mentioned it was just an mp3. I certainly didn't want to get anyone unduly excited! As for me, I'm pretty sure the guy who sent me the link in the first place was just trolling. It's still a great story, tho.

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  16. It was creepiest when posted on 4chan's /x/, the poster actually had images of the forums.
    The thread was archived, (that's where I read it) so some lurking might just do the trick, but all there is to gain from that is the few images I didn't even bother to save. The real mod is still mysteriously gone.

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  17. We must search the faces of the earth.

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  18. I am seeking this file, and am about ready to chop my dick off for it. I've scoured the chans. I've checked several mod sites. People have heard of it, and old posts in dead threads seem to point to its existance; wether its supernatural or not is not important to me anymore, I just need it. Please, post any info you can on it, I would greatly aprichiate it

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  19. Can't you see bro? That's one of the more cooler parts of the mod, as well. Not only do you become obsessed in the game with opening the door, you become obsessed with finding the file and trying it, just to see if you really do become obsessed in game. It's really clever, if you think about it.

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  20. my friend, i must know what those "Things" you cant unsee are, if there's a screencap of them i must see them.

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  21. samefag,

    about that MP3,
    download it and listion to what it is.

    i just shat brix.

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  22. @Anon above

    What is it?

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  23. One of my favourite pastas, BTW.

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  24. i still have a copy of this on my old computer

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  25. What is it?

    ---

    ;.;
    watch the sky.

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  26. >i still have a copy of this on my old computer

    You must be trolli'n
    But if not...

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  27. i heard a guy had a link to it and waas 600mb, ive beenn trying to contact teh guy if i get teh link ill post eet!

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  28. me and my mates are thinking of gettin this mod and seein if it really does screw up ur life, but the whole "taptaptaptap on the window, i might still be dreaming now" has proper freaked me out

    im curious but i dont want my head to be screwed with.would working on it in a group of 3 help?

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    1. Nope.avi
      your comment is fake and gay
      wiseguy

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  30. Watch the sky...

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  31. http://www.mediafire.com/?3avesbeo5ctrvb2
    There. Have fun. Or don't. The mod is horribly broken.

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  32. This is pretty good, but needs to be tweaked. Morrowind requires DirectX, so it wouldn't work in DOS/DOSbox at all... unless the author entirely re-wrote the game/engine, which would make the "mod" positively HUGE not to mention incredibly popular (if only as a phenomenally bizarre technical feat).

    I'd suggest that the author replaces the "DOSbox" reference with maybe "Win95 Compatibility Mode" -- which still wouldn't make much sense, but would be a bit more feasible, and therefore more creepy.

    Great work otherwise ;)

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    1. That explains why it's 600 MB in .zip/.rar format.

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  33. Clearly fake after a bit of examination, but well written

    :3

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  34. there are times when doors are better off closed....

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  35. this reads like it was written by the same person who wrote Squidward's Suicide. still very good nonetheless.

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  36. It's funny how much more tame the story feels when you find out it was a real mod, but it was just a porn mod and it was corrupted (not even to the extent of the story) because it was only for the Mac version. You're welcome for the nightmare retardant.

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    1. You just saved my sanity

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  37. http://www.mediafire.com/?zrbk1los1qt2vu8

    Dig in... but don't say we didn't warn you

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      your comment is confirmed F A K E

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  39. how is it confirmed fake?

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  40. WOW That story was not even that creepy, and it's so fake.

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  41. I need this mod full!!!

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  42. i want to see some screenshots of this

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  43. The "Assassin" = The Rake?

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  44. Screenshots would have been awesome. Sadly the ending is quite shitty. But until then it was entertaining.

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  45. Mod is not fake. I have it in my posession if anyone is interested.

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  46. ^

    You must give me now.

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  47. damn i have morrowind downloaded on my computer..... but this story makes me want to delete and burn my computer with fire

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  48. I've read a fair amount of pastas in my day, but i don't think I've ever seen one that has such a foothold in reality, I always figured that every pasta was something cooked up by someone, but this one takes that mindset and smashes it......well done author.

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  49. i know of one of my friends he hacked the game and got a thing to walk through doors / walls we looked at it but it`s.......... blank!!! im not lieing and there could be something and my friend got it messed up in the hacking he did but we walk in and there`s nothing it`s blank with the door behind you we moved around and if you do move you fall and die you fall so far that you can`t see the door you can`t see the "rake" as posted above (it`s easier to say too) well i guess becuz it`s black not blank sry about that if you want more info i can give all i have come to my blog i can answer what you have to ask other then my friend`s name or the hack. my blog is: http://mdj101-themasterblog.blogspot.com (btw my friend is like a master hacker i hope i can help you stop with the nightmares on this and get a fairytale ending YAY!!!)

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  50. Still one of my favorites.

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  51. I am absolutely determined to find this, whether it was some corrupted porn mod or not.

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  52. Much like the Haunted Majora's Mask story, I didn't for a moment believe this was legit, but it made for an interesting read nonetheless.

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  53. Thanks for posting!

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    1. and no one cares about your scam

      where not stupid,all gold sellers are fake and gay,they all scamers

      now GTFO

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  55. Almost pissed my pants when I was palying Skyrim earlier and saw couple of Whiterun guards standing outside Dragonsreach and looking up. I spoke to one of them and he said "Watch the skies, traveller"

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  56. ^ LOL exact same thing happened to me. i was coming out of the college of winterhold, and all the guards were looking at the sky they said the same thing it was so scary

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  57. However, if you have the time or expertise, have to do all these tasks, it suddenly becomes more logical, RS Gold specialized farmers. WOW Gold Eu, various items, including horses and battle to buy equipment.

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    1. However,SHUT THE FUCK UP NO ONE CARES about your gold farming this has nothing to do whit WoW

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  58. This creepypasta is great, but you can't play morrowind with DOSBox. Just tried it, and i downloaded JVK from one of the links people posted here. "This program cannot be run in DOS mode."
    Running the game normally just crashes on startup.

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  59. I want the mod. The original, not the fake one that's passing around now. I want the mod. I want the mod. I want the mod.

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    1. it ain't real broseph

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    2. yes it is real,now stop be such a retard and upload the mod

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  60. Why do they always do the "mysterious real life thing happens after playing creepy game" ending? Up until then, I might have believed this could be real. An ending along the lines of the contact being too creeped out or just ending up hating the game for taking all his time, and thus ending his playthrough of it, would have kept up the sense of mystery. The part where the game starts telling him his own secrets doesn't help. You can only suspend your reader's disbelief so much.

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    1. I always took the end as the guy losing his mind, then maybe killing himself or something. Like he'd gotten to the point where he couldn't tell the difference between dreams and reality. But that's just my take on it. :P

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    2. Judging by the comments, it seems plenty of people think it's real despite that. And despite the fact that everything on this blog is fiction.

      I wonder if these people read Stephen King and think he's giving factual accounts of things...

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  61. You guys are idiots. You can indeed play Morrowind with DOSbox. HOWEVER. The mod. Look at it. Open the ESP as text.

    Some TROLL. Took FALLOUT 3 MODS. And fucked with them. And then renamed everything and changed the timestamps. And threw in some creepy sound files.

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  62. While the part about his friend going insane is clearly made up (though i think it's fair to give the writer props for his use of artistic license) I can confirm that much of the Mod's odd behavior is possible with some programming tweaks. Most notably, the "assassin" can be found present in several other games with similar behavior. The first time I found something similar was when i was messing around with Gmod and downloaded an NPC pack. In the spawn menu, there was a black box labeled "shadow" which did not appear to spawn anything. In reality, it spawned a humanoid NPC that moved extremely fast, stalked the player at a distance, stayed out of the players line of site, and, much like the thing described in the pasta, was rendered in an odd black texture that made it almost invisible in most scenarios. It even screamed when it attacked you. My point, is that the pasta could be based on real events, minus the descent into madness.

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    1. what, you don't think a few days without adequate sleep doing nothing but playing one creepy mod, with one creepy character who SCREAMS at you, won't start to fuck up your mind? have you ever done one single thing for days on end? you start dreaming about it, consistently, and when your dreams are literally mirror images of reality, it becomes increasingly difficult to tell the difference.

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  63. TheReverendTholomewPlagueFebruary 27, 2012 at 12:30 PM

    After examining 'jvk1166z.esp' (from a link above) in Notepad++, I learned that it crashes the game because it's a f**king Fallout 3 mod!

    wormwoodrain (above me) was completely right :3

    Seriously people. ¬.¬

    Proof (screenshot):

    http://i42.tinypic.com/2ibls1s.jpg

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  64. not just fallout 3 looks like some star wars stuff too.

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  65. I have the file:

    http://www.2shared.com/file/pmXzmy-c/jvk1166z.html

    Discuss with the world to see if it is true.

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  66. http://i.imgur.com/mAdf8.jpg

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  67. "You couldn't get into the console."
    Deemed fake immediately after reading that bit.

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  68. http://i.imgur.com/EUYwr.jpg

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  69. omg that picture scared the shit out of me cause i was looking at the other one

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  70. You know, this could actually be made into a real mod. It wouldn't be too hard. Most of the things described are possible using scripts and stuff like that. Other than the part with that guy talking and telling him all his secrets and stuff.

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  71. The part where that dude told him his secrets and all that was a dream. That paragraph started with "Then I woke up, I thought" and the next paragraph started with "Then I woke up for real"

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  72. Is this mod real? if so, give me a link. I'd like to try it out. And if you have a fake link, don't tell me about it.

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  73. Downloaded the mod and checked it myself (the ones posted here. Which is 2mb NOT 600mb >_>)
    jvk1166.esp is indeed a fallout3 'Hairstyle' mod file.

    core.lvl is a Star Wars 'dialogue' box file (the single letters amongst the 'null commands' make a sentence. I made out "Boba Fett" "Proceed south to the cloning facility" and "Proceed to the DNA extractor" )

    mission.lvl is probably a Multiplayer file (Has the names of every Star Wars Hero/Villain and scripts related to the "Capture the Flag" mode. Lol there's even a stray "Dont forget, Flags cant have capitals in their names!" line which gave it away alongwith the spacing between the null command on it's ends. )

    Source:
    http://inuscreepystuff.blogspot.com/2010/09/jvk1166zesp.html

    Comment by TheReverendTholomewPlague )February 27, 2012 12:30 PM)

    Also, there was a 'scream' heard by the the guy which i didnt find in the mod's mp3 files.

    Just found this out at the start of jvk1166z.
    "Yoshikinakota (null) This addon may change the appearance of some NPC, but for this he would need HairPack.esm and a little luck"

    Viewed these files in Notepad++

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    *Vanishes*

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  75. Can someone please tell me how to run the mod in DOSbox

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  77. mediafire.com/download/wql2jlnaha39anx/jvk1166z.rar

    Please read the txt. in assassin folder before install :(

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  78. anyone else see the black suit spiderman?

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  79. We need to get a group of people to band together, for like shifts 'n' stuff, and play this mod through and through

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