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  • Tesla Man

    The Forest - Part II

    April 14, 2015 by Tesla Man
    CLICK HERE FOR PART I



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  • Tesla Man

    Hello wikians,

    In this post, I will be presenting an idea for the administration of this wiki to read and consider. While I don’t intend for regular users to read this essay, if you believe it is your duty as a contributing member to the wiki to do so, feel free. I am presenting a problem coupled with an idea that tends to fly under the radar often without consideration. If you do read this, feel free to comment your thoughts regarding the subject. Please don’t proceed to do any “support” or “against” comments, as this creates opposing sides and teams which never helps when making a decision. Now on to the matter at hand.

    Before I begin with my main point I will start with bringing up a small bit of wiki history and review it a bit. March 23…

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  • Tesla Man

    The Forest - Part I

    March 15, 2015 by Tesla Man



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    February 21, 2015 by Tesla Man

    So apparently my psych thinks this place is good for me ? Idk she said I should probably stick with it, I think it has something to do with the community here and what not and being older than most of the people here kinda feeds my complex and whatnot so I don't have to do it in the real world. Anyways imma just announce a few things real quick that wach reminded me of in his 2 year blog.

    So.

    February 18th, 2012 I joined this wiki to make a single comment with a trash emoji that for some reason looked like a guy giving a thumbs up

    February 20th, 1991 I joined the earth on a trashy island in the Caribbean with my destiny to continue to make unnecessary comments and invent useless emojis

    Both of these dates have happened in the last week but I've …

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    Axel dropped to his knees in pain as his shoulder muscles we ripped out from his neck. His face was expressionless as more behind him began ripping at his back muscles and spine.



    The screen flickered back to life and the scene was changed. The wheelchair was empty and five or six infected were roaming around the room, one of them was crawling around, his features were old and his motions were shaky.

    Jose gasped and launched his hand out for the radio.

    “Tiger! Tiger! Come in!” He let go of the radio button for a response.

    After no response followed his message he panicked and pushed the button down again.

    “Tiger! It’s an emergency.” Jose’s hands started shaking and no response came through.

    “Tiger, there was a glitch in the computer, it’s been re…



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