ITT: lovecraftian horror done right
>>153927396wtf was horror about this show? it was a dramatization of a historical event
>>153927436Imagine watching your friend curiously pick up some shattered, stony fragment from the ground. A moment later, his hand eviscerates from that brief moment of inquiry. Then, as you realize that this corrupt stone almost certainly mangled your friend's hand, you notice more of the cracked monoliths ominously scattered around your own feet. Not only that, but you are compelled to go deeper into the bright maw where these blackened chunks of ore were hurled. In that fluourescent Wormwood, your fate is sealed.
>AAAAAAAAHHHH IS THAT IS THAT GRAPHITE ON THE ROOF, AAAH I'M GOING RED, SAVE ME ELEPHANT'S FOOT!
>>153927476Please graduate high school before attempting any serious writing.
>>153927476go to school
>>153927476>>153927484>>153927669>>153927396>a nuclear reactor is lovecraft nowHUH
>lovecraftian not a word, dumbass
>>153927396Maybe not fully lovecraft, but the show did a good job portraying radiation itself as a scary, destructive wrongness that is incompatible with life itself. It effected so many poeple in so many different, horrific ways. Being even just near enough to see the reactor being enough to make you melt days later
>>153927396Chernobyl always struck me as more Lynchian than Lovecraftian. The irony of 12 British guys managing a Ukranian Nuclear reactor has a particular kind of irony where the very macabre and the very mundane combine in such a way as to reveal the former’s perpetual containment within the latter.
>AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA THE GEIGER COUNTER IS TICKING SLOWLY I'M GOING INSANE AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
>>153927396you are dumb as shit
>>153927396>People exist who started having negative opinions on nuclear power just because they saw a dramatized recounting of a Soviet reactor fucking up in 1983 because some corners were cut when building it and the operators were pushing it to the limit on purpose.
>>153927476You're not bad. Learn grammar and style. Get a fucking clue about something deep and meaningful, so you don't sound like a Reddit tier dork, and so your writing will have impact instead of this bloviating horseshit fan fiction you call description. Do that and you might have a chance.
>>153927476learn to write bro.
>>153929681>thing you can't even see that will kill you slowly and agonizing
>>153927476I liked it anon :)
>>153928151>lovecraftian>not a word, dumbassNot every utterance in English is a word per se. A proper name is not a word, but English does allow the formation of what I would call "quasi-words" through addition of prefixes and suffixes to proper nouns and extant words."Quasi-word" is itself a quasi-word, for example, as I doubt it is in any dictionary has "quasi-word" in it yet any competent speaker of English knows what it means.Using this, we find things like "Kafkaesque," which is probably in a lot of dictionaries. "Trumpian" has been thrown around a lot lately. "Lovecraftian" is no different. All are legitimate "quasi-words," and calling someone a dumbass for using one merely outs you as the dumbass, because it means you have only a surface-level understanding of English.
>>153929866>Hehe look mom I posted it again
>>153927476>his hand eviscerates from that brief moment of inquiryholy fucking shit this has to be bait. i thought i was having a stroke for a minute
>>153927623>Please graduate high school before attempting any serious writing.t. writes screenplays he reads to his mom
>>153927476this is genuinely one of the worst things ive ever read jesus hennessy christ
>>153927727>We are dealing with something that has never happened on this planet before>That roof is the most dangerous place on earth>These are the most important 2 minutes of your lives >What goes on in a nuclear reactor is a beautiful invisible danceThese quotes were really compelling. It isn't Lovecraftian but it does really make you think about moments in history where humanity grew careless of the shit we are capable of. It's not Lovecraftian because LC is more like alien cosmic horrid beyond humanity, whereas Chernobyl is directly a human caused horror. It's more like lord of the flies.
>>153933329cope and rope
>not a single spooky fish in the entire mini series>lovcraftian
>>153927396I bet you regret making this thread.
>>153933696Chernobyl was definitely a testament to the folly of hubris and the resilience of the human spirit.It's just a shame that it was so wrong on the scientific side when it came to radiation and radioactivity.
>>153933869NahAny discussion of this show is nice.
>>153933141>per sefuck off back to r*ddit, cunt
>>153934259>it was so wrong on the scientific side when it came to radiation and radioactivity.In what way was it wrong?
>>153934527One example is the fire crew that were first responders on the scene. They were mostly exposed to ionizing radiation, which damaged their bodies and gave them radiation poisoning that eventually killed them. They were exposed to some amount of radioactive contamination as well, particulate and smoke that they breathed in that later released ionizing radiation into their lungs and GI tract. All of their exposure was short lived, it decayed rapidly, which is why it fucked them up so badly.Later in the series, when the firefighter's wife visits her husband, they act as if he is contagious, as if she could somehow "catch" the radiation poisoning from him. If he was an actually dangerous source of radioactivity, then his body would have been killing people ever since he was put on the helo to Moscow.It has to do with the shielding effect of his body tissues and the half life of the radionuclides he imbibed. Most of what he breathed in was short lived radioactivity gone in minutes, transferring damaging energy into his tissues. Anything left inside his body, in his lungs for example, would be long lived activity shielded by the thickness of his bones, organs, muscles, and skin.The assertion that the fire crew's radioactivity made that woman lose her baby is ridiculous. Claiming that the baby somehow "filtered" the radiation and took it instead of the mother is even more false and impossible. Both the Chernobyl miniseries and the book it is sourced from are not correct in a scientific sense, but they are very moving.t. Read the classified case files when I worked for DODImage isn't mine
>>153934527The thermal explosion risk was greatly overexaggerated. There was a risk, but even if things had gone wrong, it'd be impossible for it to happen in a way that results in the 2-4 Megaton explosion that wipes out Kiev.It'd be bad, but it'd just be more like a big chemical plant explosion, maybe like 1 kiloton at best, and the results from having 3 more reactors wrecked and opened up like reactor 4.The whole thing with the baby, it's just not how radiation or biology works, it's not absorbing shit and somehow filtering radionuclides out of mom. And that brings up there shouldn't be anyway because once you've gotten rid of all the clothes and washed away all the contamination, that's it. They can't 'spread' radiation like it's a disease or something. Those plastic canvases is there to stop the person from getting sick since their immune system goes to shit.Overall, just the need to make it bigger and exaggerate things or make it seem more dangerous makes them just sometimes put the scientific accuracy secondary.
>>153927396Honestly the fact that they were speaking English with Russian accent just kills the show instantly for me. It can't be scary if it's so obviously fake. I wish Americans could read better.
>>153927476Heckin' kino anon
>>153934373Anon, R*ddit is filled with retards like you. You're the one who should go there.
>>153933141Based adjectival eponym explainer.>>153928151Retard.
avoided this because of all the reddit takesis it kino?
>>153935481People would be upset they're speaking in clear american accents because they can't pretend that they're actually speaking russian but you're hearing it in english>By the way, your Russian is superb.>Where did you learn to speak it?
>>153935481It was a British accent, numbnuts. The actors were british
>>153927476there's a way to get your concept across without sounding this cringey but I applaud your effort, truly.
>>153927476woah....did you see those guys who had to shoot the stray dogs? Jaime pull that up
>>153927476Hell of a post anon
>>153934907>>153935141tl;drNot great, not terrible.
>>153933696Lord of the Flies is mostly christcuck hand-wringing. The boys are complete puppets in the hands of the christcuck author as he forces them to dance to his insipid morality play.Lovecraft is about encounters with the raw machinery and powers that make the universe work. Coming face to face with nuclear reactions, things that man most definitely is not suited to seeing, is very lovecraftian.
>>153927476this post filtered so many FAILED writersinsane job anon
>>153927436>this kid thinks horror must include ghouls and goblinsdid you watch the fucking thing? it was brutal
>>153927476>Imagine watching your friends curiously pick up some masked man from the ground. A moment later, his head eviscerates from that brief moment of interrogation on the plane. Then, as you realize that this corrupt agent almost certainly mangled your friend's head, you notice more corrupt agents ominously scattered around the plane. Not only that, but you are compelled to go deeper into the bright fire where these In that rising fire, your fate is sealed.
IS THAT A ROCK
>>153927396This is a blessed thread. Chernobyl is truly peak Lovecraftian horror. It's not tentacles and Niggerman, it's corruption of the knowledge, unearned wisdom, creating a magical artifact that creates light but also sears you from inside if you just look at it for a second.Pic related another great Lovecraftian show (first season).
>>153939467Haven't gotten too far through it but caught the reference to Carcosa and the King in episode 2. Do they continue in that vein?
>>153927476>/lit/ attempts to write something
>>153939501In a way. Don't expect anything supernatural.
>>153939547Fair enough. That's why my Delta Green campaign is for, I suppose.
>>153939501In a sense. It's more the oppressive atmosphere, something is in the air, you can feel the presence of it. Like Chernobyl almost but in a crime investigation direction mixed with cultish imagery (I am not going to elaborate further to not spoil anything).
>>153933141isn't that just neologism like tweeting? you don't have to invent a new word for it.
>>153939605It's sort of implied that they're scratching the surface of supernatural horrors, particularly towards the end, but it's only ever implied. At least, that's how I take it. Some people like to claim it's all the main character tripping out but I don't see a compelling reason to commit to that interpretation.Season 1 is great, the others are fart tier.
>>153936123It was kino in the moment. Half the experience was being in the /tv/ threads watching with my bros tho so I doubt it would be the same today
>>153939840You constantly paused and checked the /tv/ thread about it? Autistic tranny energy.
>>153939840Time to boil some fucking water
>>153934907Maybe that example of Chernobyl isn't accurate, but someone contaminated with types of radiation absolutely is a risk to others, and has resulted in secondhand deaths before.
>>153935141>They can't 'spread' radiation like it's a diseaseThen why bury them in lead and concrete?
>>153933696>alien cosmic horrid beyond humanityIn the show the radiation and especially the core, is portrayed as an entity. If the eponymous Color out of space is Lovecraftian then the core is a contender, as they both "behave" in similar ways and have similar results.
>>153936123It's imperfect kino, tragically flawed. The series would be 10/10 if not for one particular cunt of a character that drags the whole production down at least a full point, or more. And not even a historical or accurate character, in a lot of ways serves as an anachronistic mouthpiece of the writers using hindsight. It's still worth a watch though for sure. If nothing else, the arc of friendship between the two main-ish characters is worth it.
>>153927396So what was the purpose of the coal miners beside getting naked in one scene? They had too much buildup and hype only to become absolutely irrelevant.
>>153927476there's something there, but you seriously need to dial it down a few notches
>>153941425It's like the helicopter sand dumping scene; just another detail of the event that needed to be portrayed for a reason. The metldown needed to be averted, and in the IRL history they needed miners to do it.
>>153927476why does everyone take this so seriously? reads like an ordinary shitpost recap?
>>153935141They didn't know if the thermal explosion was actually possible or not irl, but things were already so bad that they had to take the risk seriously and start work on fixing it. In hindsight, they had got something wrong and it wasn't a huge threat
It does have a horror vibe to it, as you know the history and what happened, you know it will end well. But at the same time you know how dangerous it is, but all the characters are slow to realise or outright deny it, while you know the radiation is killing them.
>>153930445There's nothing wrong with his grammar.
>>153941854It wasn't Hiroshima 2.0 bad like they predicted it could have been, but it would have still been disastrous even at conservative estimates because the other reactors in the power plant, would be similarly destroyed like the first by even a minor explosion by the estimates they had.So not a Ukraine-shattering explosion, but three more blown-open and melting down cores vomiting out nuclear waste into the environment.
The Terror had the potential
>>153935141>>153934527>it'd be impossible for it to happen in a way that results in the 2-4 Megaton explosion that wipes out KievWorse, they said it was a steam explosion and would wipe out both Kiev and Minsk, two cities 400 miles apart. It was absurd. There's other shit too. The scientist lady? Outright didn't exist. Bridge of Death? Urban legend.I also laughed when the politician (IIRC) demanded the helicopter pilot fly through the cloud or he'd have him shot, it wasn't the 30s anymore and he'd most likely just get laughed at for being dramatic.Still, pretty good show.
>>153934907>Claiming that the baby somehow "filtered" the radiation and took it instead of the mother is even more false and impossible.characters can be wrong. that could have been an assumption back then, which was proven to be wrong. they also said a liquid nitrogen heat exchanger would do the trick, which it didn't.
>>153941930>It wasn't Hiroshima 2.0 bad like they predicted it could have beendo you think he was exaggerating to prove his point? to get the kremlin to take it seriously?
>>153927396I-IS THAT GRAPHITE ON THE GROUND? AAAAAAAAAAAAAA HELP I'M GOING INSANE
>>153942905At least within the context of the show, I think by that point things were as bad as they were because everyone so far had been mincing the truth. So rather than yet again mincing the truth they went dramatically overboard, if only to be realistic about the possibilities of the situation compared to the unreality of all the lies beforehand. Remember that they genuinely did believe there was the possibility of a mega explosion, so in part they were also covering their asses. Because supposing an explosion did happen, the responsibility was theirs by this point so they would be the ones to take the blame/bullet.
>>153927476haha the spicy rock
>>153929779Should've had fake accents like in Black Widow
>>153942426>it wasn't the 30s anymoreywnbaw
>>153927396>"WE NEED TO DO THING OR PEOPLE WILL DIE">"no">Episode ends>Repeat
>>153943306read the thread before posting again
>>153935481Who gives a shit
NIGGERMAN WHERE’S THE RADAWAY
>>153939258>In that rising fire, your plane didn’t fly so good.one job, man
>>153927476when anon writes it>wow who writes this shitwhen HBO writes it>amazing, truly lovecraftian!
>>153927476works pretty well as a short pasta but would've been unbearable if bigger than two pages. But keep writing.
>>153927476what was anon's biggest fault in this post? was it the excessive detail? was it the obvious thesaurus sponsored words? let me know
>>153946135>what was anon's biggest fault in this post?he told them the truth
>>153946135>implying esls and zoomers here care about good writing
>>153927396Do they speak with funny pseudo russian accents?
>>153927476Anon is a hack
>>153946580i care, can you explain please
>>153946863I have no problems with his writing, it's pretty average and similar to McCarthy's sloppy writing which is well liked on /tv/. But then I'm not a literary critic so I don't know.
>>153947099What is sloppy about McCarthy's writing?
>>153927476Imagine curiously wtching your fren get his anus shattered on the stoned ground. Later his hand excavates, enquire. Then you see this sick corrugated stoned manky your fren, you notice more cracked monochromatic obviously feet. Keep going bruh, deeper, too deep, pretty deep. But light. Rocks were thrown. Flourudated womanhood. Your farte is seal.
>>153947167Like the anon above he too uses adjectives that do not belong in the sentences and tries too hard to paint a picturesque scene. As I've said before I'm not a literary critic so I can't explain satisfactorily but to me he's just a cheap version of Faulkner.
>>153927476This is a good post
>>153927476put me in the screencap!
>>153927396I had a similar thought during the scene where the 3 guys are sent down into the reactor basement to drain the water. Maybe not outright lovecraftian, but people sent down into a deep, dark pit of water filled with unknown dangers, forced to wear suits that inhibit the senses, equipped with shoddy flashlights and a meter that continually clicks to tell you how fucked you are? It felt like it was a setup from a horror/suspense film and was shot to emphasize many of these elements.I actually think Minecraft was inspired by these parts of the show for the Nether update. In the basalt deltas with the flying ash they intermittently play a background SFX that sounds like the clicking of a geiger counter.
>>153941000Because he’s full of shit, the bodies of people who inhale all thst dust that carry radioactive particles are still radioactive as the uranium breaks down in their body, and trace amounts are in their pores, their hair, and certainly on their clothes
>>153947573listen here Jack, we (4channel.org/tv/) have decided that this is NOT lovecraftian. Haven't you been paying attention to the soijacks? Stop having a different view from us - us who are Legion.
>>153927476at least this bot thread is worth something
>>153927396No wtf. There is nothing Lovecraftian at all. They all understand the nature of the danger quickly, they have instruments to measure the threat accurately and they act mostly rational and logical throughout. saa0m
>>153934907>t. Read the classified case files when I worked for DODWhy does anyone believe these larps on 4channel?
>>153934907The whole part is on wiki you DOD larper
>>153927476Hell ya anon. /tv/ has been elevated
>>153947909One of their logical solutions was literally having helicopters dump small amounts of sand in flyovers, until one of the helicopters just drops out of the sky. Another plan was to run men onto a rooftop for at most like a minute and a half to shovel rock into a hellish pit, sprint back, and dispose of everything they had on them. I think there’s a pretty clear element of oppressive, other-worldly powers at work. I haven’t read Lovecraft but I can at least admit that the show is supernatural horror and suspense
>>153927476>Imagine watching your friend curiously pick up some shattered, stony fragment from the ground."Curiously" is unnecessary and implied from the context. "Shattered" and "Fragment" are redundant together. I'd stick with just the noun. I'd also replace "some" with "a" and "stony" with "stone.">A moment later, his hand eviscerates from that brief moment of inquiry.What does his hand eviscerate? You may want to look up this word. Remove the last part of the sentence and just change to "A moment later, his hand is eviscerated.">Then, as you realize that this corrupt stone almost certainly mangled your friend's hand, you notice more of the cracked monoliths ominously scattered around your own feet.A lot of cringe here, sorry. Remove "then," remove "that," remove "almost certainly," and realize this first half of the sentence is unnecessary and implied, so remove everything from "then" to "hand." This second half of the sentence is mostly alright. "Monolith" isn't what's initially associated with "Chernobyl," but it paints the Cthulhian metaphor you want. I would just remove "own" from "your own" and leave the rest of the sentence untouched.>Not only that, but you are compelled to go deeper into the bright maw where these blackened chunks of ore were hurled.Remove "not only that." If there's more to read, we can figure out it's "not only that." I will say "compel" is a good word choice. "Maw" is a bit strange, but Cthulhian. "Where these blackened chunks of ore were hurled" is awkward phrasing and wrong. The stone was too refined to be called ore. And hurled FROM would be more accurate, (the way you wrote it makes it seem the stone was hurled INTO the "maw") but that makes the sentence even more clunky. If you'll allow a word suggestion, I'd change it to "where these blackened chunks originate." You can change it to something else to better fit your style and intent.>In that fluourescent Wormwood, your fate is sealed.I'll leave this sentence alone.
>>153949267Ran out of characters. Also wanted to say that last sentence is unusual, but fits your style and is brief enough.With these edits, here's the revised copy:>Imagine watching your friend pick up a stone fragment. A moment later, his hand is eviscerated. You notice more of the cracked monolith ominously scattered around your feet. You are compelled to go into the bright maw where these blackened chunks originate. In that fluorescent wormwood, your fate is sealed.Show, don't tell. With so much fluff in your original version, the reader is bogged down with minutia. Remove all of it and your point comes across more directly.My version is "almost certainly" not perfect and I expect soul vs soulless comparisons, but it's a start. Look up persuasive writing. Read more Lovecraft if that's the style you want to emulate. Good luck, anon.
thank you for this thread, OP. I've been trying to tell people that Chernobyl is Lovecraftian for years.
>>153927476>his hand evisceratesi dont think you know what eviscerate means
>>153927476I read this and started laughing, but then I realized I wrote this in another Chernobyl thread and laughed even harder. Thanks for saving my shitpost anon. I'm glad someone thought it was terrible/funny enough to save.
>>153947573Those guys supposedly survived irl and 2 (?) are still alive.
>>153927476>>153949873It's a pasta
>>153927436Yes, a horrifying one you moron
>>153933141You, the people you replied to and the ones who replied to you are all retards.You don't need to invent "quasi-words". "Quasi" is a prefix and is in the dictionary."Esque" is a suffix and. Both can be added to almost every noun
>>153927476Good post anon do whatever you can to improve your grammar
>>153927476Go to /lit/ for writing advice, because this is fucking awful
>>153951590There is literally nothing wrong with his grammar. Learn what words mean
Imagine watching your friend curiously pick up some shattered, peculiar negro from the pen. A moment later, his willy eviscerates from that brief moment of lust. Then, as you realize that this broken buck certainly mangled your friend's manhood, you notice more of the nigger faggots ominously scattered around your own feet. Not only that, but you are compelled to go deeper into the wide spread cheeks where these blackened folks of afrika were broken. In that Old barn, your fate is sealed.
>>153951591>Go to /lit/ for writing advicelmao
>>153951786There are multiple unnecessary commas, a clear sign of an amateur
>>153927476>his hand eviscerates from that brief moment of inquiryYou mean his hand was eviscerated. It can't 'eviscerate'. That's not how words work. Also 'inquiry' sounds forced and gay. The less said about the rest the better.
>>153927476The pasta that divided /tv/...
>>153927396>>153939467How come shows that aren't fantasy or Sci fi in their setting make the best Lovecraft horror / homage than shit like call of cthulhu or Lovecraft country?
>>153927476replying to ebin post
>>153927476i love this post.it's so indubitibly detailed beond the comprehension of the utter pions that peruse this internet hub with mastercating lips. simply bodacious.
imagine watching your city-slicking friend curiously roll up to a local seed and feed store in his fancy german car, only for his park avenue manicure eviscerates from the breif moment of inquiry then you realize that the corrupt owners have almost certainly mangled your friend's soild pH. you notice more of the cracked gucci loafers ominously scattered around you feet. not only that, but you are compelled to go deeper in to the horticultural store from where these insults were hurled.inside the old simpson's place, your fate is sealed
>>153927396>Chernobyl>LovecraftianThis word has now lost all meaning. Use psychological instead. Lovecraftian is ELDRITCH.
>>153927476This is so bad that it's really fuckin bad Stop it
>>153927396Dog killer episode was a waste of time.
>>153954729because Lovecraftian horror seems to work best when you relate to the people involved. Lovecrafts stories were all taking place in and around modern times at the time of writing. Reading them now it's stories about long dead boomers who lived lives that are already basically alien to us in 2021
>>153927436The shot where they're looking down into the melting core is as scary as any monster ever put on film.
>>153927396>>153927436>>153927476>>153927484>>153927623> MUH HECKIN ROENTGENS!!!
>>153957149Show sucked and was stupid thinly veiled anti-nuclear propaganda properly ordered by Soros or some fag like that.
>>153927476Some shitty reddit YouTube channel that reads pastas is gonna make a 10:13 video based on this post.
>>153927476epic win in my book. failed writers will never understand.
>>153927476HBO HIRE THIS MAN!!!!!!!
>>153927476> see post with three rows of replies> assume it's a roll derail or something> it's only the finest bait I've observed in months
>>153927396A show about Chernobyl spoken entirely in EnglishNo thanks.
put me in a screencap! doesn't matter if it's this thread or another!!!!
>>153927476don't give up on your writing anonI'll read your book if you ever go big
why is my "thread full of newfags" alarm going off
>>153934907>Later in the series, when the firefighter's wife visits her husband, they act as if he is contagious, as if she could somehow "catch" the radiation poisoning from him. How many Russian physicians and nurses do you think had knowledge and experience treating acute radiation poisoning in the 1980s?In the very first episode with the conversation about iodine in the hospital it's made obvious that knowledge of radioactivity and what to do is not widespread in the medical community.While I'm at it, it's also reiterated when it comes to the doctor pouring milk on burns when the nurse comes to move all of their contaminated uniforms.What is the point of this post? You know better than Russian doctors in the 1980s about radiation poisoning? Great job!
>>153942709>>153944928Now that I think about it this show actually reminded me a lot of the Zone from S.T.A.L.K.E.R.
>>153927476I don't get it
>>153927396>not a single black person in the entire seriesNot lovecraftian
>>153927396Then I guess lovecraftian horror isn't really scary at all
>>153960882that one guy was part black as his body rotted away
>>153927476What even is so noteworthy about this?
>>153927476Jesus Christ anon you cannot substitute basic knowledge of sentence structure and narrative writing with a fucking thesaurus
>>153927476>this passes off as amazing and noteworthy writing
>>153961057It's lovecraftian horror
>>153961344But it's not scary
>>153927476Don't listen to all the faggots calling you cringe and reddit, they're too chickenshit to put themselves out there themselves. I bet their writing would be even worse.You based Anon.
>>153961741Lovecraftian can also mean unnerving, anon
>>153961741In the hands of a better writer, it might be.
>>153961814But it's not unnerving
>>153937556Lord Of The Flies is what you get when Brits get stranded on an island - they become more savage than any people they've colonized
>>153961987I'm genuinely starting to think I've lost my ability to enjoy media
It's standard disaster kino like Titanic or Day After Tomorrow. Nothing surreal about it.
>>153961202what's wrong with this sentence structure?
>someone posts good, authentic writing>everybody shits on itreal mature
>>153962497>>everybody shits on itClearly it isn't that good then.
>>153927476imagine watching a friend pick up from the ground a fragment of shattered stone. imagine his hand, seconds later, blossoming with boils from just this momentary contact. imagine then noticing, laid out at your feet like the discarded tickets of some lottery with no winners, countless more fragments just like the first one. imagine raising your eyes towards the glowing maw which spat them out, hearing its call. imagine yourself unable to refuse.
>>153962687>eat shit, a million flies can't be wrong!
>>153960783Roadside Picnic/S.T.A.L.K.E.R both predate the chernobyl exclusion zone, and due to this, RL people would go into the exclusion zone to steal metals and items and ended up being called stalkers.
>>153962751I don't get it.
>>153927476we need more posts like this one
>>153941170have we done good legasov
>>153963157IT WASN'T SUPPOSED TO BE A FLIPPIN FLORPIN DOCUMENTARY
>>153963911Levasov and Shcherbina have the most kino friendship of the past decade
>>153963157>when the scientist said he retrieved his nuclear bomb from Bunker No. 4>Chernobyl's reactor No. 4 was the one that exploded
>>153927396>muh science is so scary invisible particles killing you like this is literally lovecraftian guys!!Not lovecraftian horror, read lovecraft. There are no hints of madness or the limits of human reasoning, everything in chernobyl is explainable and rational, it is, if anything, the opposite of what 'lovecraftian' is
>>153964202You think that's mad, check out this...
wtf happen to these threads?leaking cunts everywhere
>>153927396AAAAA IM GOING INSANEEEE
>>153957199>Chernobyl was not realSure mate
>>153946135His biggest mistake is posting on 4chan.
>>153964637vpn + spare time = forced /r/4chan material
>>153962962this was actually freaky
>AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH IM GOING TO THE ROOF AHHHAAAAAAA HELP MEEEEE LAGASOV