|Robin Buckley (crackedthecode_) wrote in spinningcompass,|
@ 2019-10-24 17:32:00
|Entry tags:||bucky barnes (kid), robin buckley|
Who: Robin and Open!
Where: Through the door, an alley near a movie theater
What: Encounter with Pennywise.
When: Backdated - After Robin arrived on the station and before Bill sent his text out.
Warnings: Creepy horror. Possible violence. Combination of It and the interrogation scene from Stranger Things. Pennywise is using Robin's fear of being outed against her and uses a homophobic slur.
Other: It's up to you if your character can see Pennywise (disguised as a Russian) or not be able to see him.
Robin managed to travel through the door by accident while she was exploring the station. After finding the small town, she decided to explore it. Derry was closer to 'normal' than the station. Or she thought. She stopped at a movie theater, glancing at a poster for an upcoming film. Back to the future 2? There was a sequel coming out? Gross. The guy wanted to bang his mom. Or his mom wanted to bang him.
Some of the currently playing features looked good though. She was too new to the station to understand about doors, had no money on her and decided to sneak in.
Robin walked behind the theater into an alley, hoping for another way in. She heard a strange sound, and looked behind her to see a man pushing a rolling table with a bone saw and other frighting medical equipment on it. The man was dressed in white, like the Russian torturer, but his apron was orange instead of black.
"What do you want?" Robin called out, hoping to stall for time.
"To know your secret." The man replied. His voice wasn't what she expected. Almost cartoon-ish, instead of serious as the Russian soldiers.
"I already told you how we cracked the code." Robin took a step back, considering her options.
"Not that secret. Your dirty secret." He sounded almost like a clown. A terrifying clown.
Robin had to get away. She rushed forward and slammed the tray into the man's stomach, then ran as fast as she could past him. She kept going, out of the alley and slamming into a stranger. There was no time for explanations or apologies. "Run, we have to run."