Anonymous asked: the thing can't even crawl in a straight line. Anyone with a sawed-off and basic hand-eye coordination could do the rake in.

causeiloveto:

sleeplessnightsofthinking:

lastofthepunks:

sleeplessnightsofthinking:

lastofthepunks:

sleeplessnightsofthinking:

lastofthepunks:

sleeplessnightsofthinking:

Wrong on so many counts that it actually hurts.

To be fair, it wouldn’t hurt to try. The very last thing horror villains expect is for you go on the offensive. So even if you don’t cause any damage, you could possibly stun them long enough to escape.

You’re saying to try and shoot an eldritch abomination in hopes of stunning it.

Did you not watch the last DarkHarvest?

Slender Man is on a much different level than the rake. He’s basically a near-invincible being who can manipulate people, their actions and the world around them with minimal effort. The Rake is just a cryptid. Albeit, and incredibly powerful one.

Oh dear. Someone hasn’t read the original story.

The Rake is not “just a cryptid.” Depending on who’s interpretation you’re going by, it can be just as powerful as Slenderman. It’s very intelligent, capable of human speech, and very possibly capable of influencing human thought.

I read the original story a while back, so I don’t remember a whole lot. But while WhisperedFaith’s rake comes off as very strong and threatening, the EverymanHYBRID version of the rake seems incredibly manageable. At this point, he’s really nothing more than HABIT’s bitch. Assuming that HABIT’s “cameraman” is in fact the rake, then it just seems so damn timid. 

I have no idea where people get the idea that the cameraman is The Rake. That doesn’t even make sense.

The cameraman is not the Rake.
EverymanHYBRID’s version, manageable? Evan went at it with a machete and a bunch of other knives at it ripped his intestines out.

You forgot about the part where he beheaded it and it continued fighting.

Anonymous asked: the thing can't even crawl in a straight line. Anyone with a sawed-off and basic hand-eye coordination could do the rake in.

lastofthepunks:

sleeplessnightsofthinking:

lastofthepunks:

sleeplessnightsofthinking:

lastofthepunks:

sleeplessnightsofthinking:

Wrong on so many counts that it actually hurts.

To be fair, it wouldn’t hurt to try. The very last thing horror villains expect is for you go on the offensive. So even if you don’t cause any damage, you could possibly stun them long enough to escape.

You’re saying to try and shoot an eldritch abomination in hopes of stunning it.

Did you not watch the last DarkHarvest?

Slender Man is on a much different level than the rake. He’s basically a near-invincible being who can manipulate people, their actions and the world around them with minimal effort. The Rake is just a cryptid. Albeit, and incredibly powerful one.

Oh dear. Someone hasn’t read the original story.

The Rake is not “just a cryptid.” Depending on who’s interpretation you’re going by, it can be just as powerful as Slenderman. It’s very intelligent, capable of human speech, and very possibly capable of influencing human thought.

I read the original story a while back, so I don’t remember a whole lot. But while WhisperedFaith’s rake comes off as very strong and threatening, the EverymanHYBRID version of the rake seems incredibly manageable. At this point, he’s really nothing more than HABIT’s bitch. Assuming that HABIT’s “cameraman” is in fact the rake, then it just seems so damn timid. 

I have no idea where people get the idea that the cameraman is The Rake. That doesn’t even make sense.

My mind is still blown

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Anonymous asked: the thing can't even crawl in a straight line. Anyone with a sawed-off and basic hand-eye coordination could do the rake in.

lastofthepunks:

sleeplessnightsofthinking:

lastofthepunks:

sleeplessnightsofthinking:

Wrong on so many counts that it actually hurts.

To be fair, it wouldn’t hurt to try. The very last thing horror villains expect is for you go on the offensive. So even if you don’t cause any damage, you could possibly stun them long enough to escape.

You’re saying to try and shoot an eldritch abomination in hopes of stunning it.

Did you not watch the last DarkHarvest?

Slender Man is on a much different level than the rake. He’s basically a near-invincible being who can manipulate people, their actions and the world around them with minimal effort. The Rake is just a cryptid. Albeit, and incredibly powerful one.

Oh dear. Someone hasn’t read the original story.

The Rake is not “just a cryptid.” Depending on who’s interpretation you’re going by, it can be just as powerful as Slenderman. It’s very intelligent, capable of human speech, and very possibly capable of influencing human thought.

Tgetyourspoons:

"I originally met Tommy in San Fransisco in an acting class, of all places and I watched him perform a Shakespearean sonnet. And I think everyone in the class was horrified." - Greg Sestero

THIS IS THE FUCKING COMMERCIAL.

I’VE BEEN TRYING TO FIND THIS SHIT.

(via the-bitchsquealer)

Anonymous asked: the thing can't even crawl in a straight line. Anyone with a sawed-off and basic hand-eye coordination could do the rake in.

lastofthepunks:

sleeplessnightsofthinking:

Wrong on so many counts that it actually hurts.

To be fair, it wouldn’t hurt to try. The very last thing horror villains expect is for you go on the offensive. So even if you don’t cause any damage, you could possibly stun them long enough to escape.

You’re saying to try and shoot an eldritch abomination in hopes of stunning it.

Did you not watch the last DarkHarvest?

Anonymous asked: Now, Eyeless Jack. That is some omnipotent shit.

LOL

That’s like saying “Jeff the Killer, now that’s a good creepypasta”

Anonymous asked: the thing can't even crawl in a straight line. Anyone with a sawed-off and basic hand-eye coordination could do the rake in.

Wrong on so many counts that it actually hurts.

Anonymous asked: Did you have sexual relations with that woman?

That would imply that I’ve had sex some time in the recent past.

Anonymous asked: do you ever think how cool it would be to have the rake as a pet in real life. It would give whole new meaning to the phrase "sick him"

I’d be lying if I said I haven’t thought about this before. The Rake is too intelligent to keep as a pet though. If anything, we’re his pets.