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My version of Bendy,Boris and Alice (finally found a style that please me UAU/)

Alice and Henry from the great Doodledrawsthings (Their stuff are so rich,amazing…the feeling I get from their works!!! <3 (sorry if I use an undertermined pronoun…^^’)

I know it won’t be like that in chapter 3 but when you’re bored at work, imagination can go wild…=P Maybe they’ll fight each other, giving you enough time to run away “or”  just watching while you’re eating popcorn…anyway here’s some doodles I made and there’s more in coming 89 I’m more productive that I’ve thought at first…

Also sorry for the lack of quality

For now, thank you again for the people following me even if I still don’t know what you’re expecting here…Hope I’m not or  won’t dissapoint you °^°’

Have a nice day / night °w°/


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Of Ghouls and Ghosts and Pink Haired Hot Guys

Fairy Tail Fluff Week Day One: Together/Come on!

Summary: Nalu. Modern AU. Lucy manages to get herself lost inside a haunted house and ends up teaming up with a pink haired hot dude to try and escape.

AN: Must. Not. Insert. Any more. Five Nights at Freddy’s. References.

This isn’t that fluffy, but it might end up being the only thing I get to upload for fluff week so *puts on scary ginger face* yous are gonna have to deal with it. (Effing exams, why must you be so examy?? (-_-))


“It’s always more fun when we’re together!”


Lucy crept silently along the corridor, praying that nothing would jump out. A floorboard creaked somewhere behind her, and she could hear eerie moans coming from behind the closed doors as she passed. She felt something brush against her hair, and she had to raise her hand to her mouth to stifle a scream.

This was so stupid.

It had started off as an ordinary day out with her friends, a simple trip to the traveling fun fair that was visiting Magnolia for the summer holidays. It had been a great day out, filled with rides and sweets and having fun with people she cared about, but when they had seen a sign declaring that the fair’s haunted house was the scariest in all of Fiore Lisanna had insisted that the group of girls just had go inside and prove how tough they were by not ‘shitting themselves’, as she had put it.

Not only had Lucy had agreed, she had also planned to slip away from the group, follow them at a distance for a while, jump out, scare them, and laugh in their faces about it for months afterwards. She hadn’t, however, planned on getting lost.

And apparently she had also underestimated how terrifying the haunted house would be.

She came to a corner and peeked around it. Dead end. However, when she looked again, she noticed that someone had taped a piece of paper to the wall and, the voice inside her head shouting for her to leave it, crept slowly around the corner to see what it said.

The moment the tape lost contact with the stone bricks a distant drumming sound started off, echoing off the walls around her and adding to the tight feeling inside her chest. Dun. Dun. Dun. On the paper someone had drawn a tall stick man with long arms and a a suit and some trees beside him and written the word ‘follows’ in a childlike print.

Lucy sighed. Whoever designed this place had clearly been playing too much Slenderman. She had to remember that none of this was real; the people who ran the attraction were just trying to scare her.

And it was working.

Well, Lucy decided, she wasn’t going to keep it that way. She refused to play their game for any longer.

Lucy scrunched up the piece of paper, threw it on the ground, and started jogging. She was going to get out of here, and she was going to do so with a calm and level headed demur.

She tripped.

The lights went out.

Lucy got up, dusted herself off, and looked around for a light switch.

There was a pair of glowing red eyes coming down the corridor after her.

Screw calm and level headed.

Lucy started running as fast as she could in the pitch dark hallway, keeping one hand on the wall beside her so that she would keep going in a vaguely straight line. She could hear footsteps behind her, and she didn’t care that she was in a fun fair, that thing was real amd it was right behind her. The footsteps were getting louder and louder and loud-

They weren’t coming from behind her anymore.


Lucy crashed into something human shaped, and was falling backwards when it reached forward, grabbed her, and pulled her into it’s very very muscular chest.

The lights turned back on, and Lucy found herself clutching onto the shirt of a very handome pink haired stranger who was looking down at her with a confused expression on his face.

“You can let go of my shirt now.” His voice was slightly husky, Lucy noted, and she was so caught up in the relief of being in the presence of another human being that it took her a moment to process what he had actually said.

“Er, sorry,” she managed to choke out while she hastily detached herself from his t-shirt.

The lights flickerd.

Lucy yelped and once again found herself clinging to the stranger’s chest, which she then once again had to quickly let go of.

“Are you okay?” He sounded concerned. Great, that was just what she needed; a hot stranger getting worried about her because she was acting like a child and getting scared of some crappy haunted house.

Speaking of haunted houses, she checked over her shoulder and found that thankfully those red eyes had vaniahed.

“Uh, yeah I’m fine. Absolutely fine. Definitely not scared at all.” She laughed nervously.

He raised his eyebrow and smirked slightly. “Well that makes two of us. I’m Natsu by the way.”

He held out his hand and she shook it.


They were both silent for a moment.

“So,” he said. “Are you here by yourself?”

“No, I was with my friends, but we got… seperated.” She had embarrassed herself enough already without telling him about her failed attempt to scare them. “What about you? Did you get lost as well.”

“Actually I was here with my mates, and me and this asshole Gray made a bet that we would come in here and split up, and whoever left the haunted house first had to be the other one’s slave for the rest of this week and all of the next one.”

“Oh.” Lucy couldn’t hide the disappointment in her voice. “So you’re not trying to get out of here then.”

He laughed. “Of course I’m trying to get out of here, I’d rather be that ice prick’s slave for the rest of my life then spend another moment in this godforsaken place. Not that I’m scared or anything.” He paused. “So, are you trying to escape hell too then?”

She smiled. “I’ve been trying to get out of here since I got separated from my group. Unfortunately for me though I’m not very good at it.”

“Same here. We should stick together though, it’ll be less… creepy if we’re not on our own.”

“Sounds good.” Lucy was over the moon. Not only was she no longer stuck in here by herself, the guy she was with seemed nice and also happened a decent piece of eye candy for her to stare at while they were walking.

Purely for distraction purposes of course.


They had been travelling for about ten minutes when the lights went out again.

Lucy jumped slightly when she felt something grab her wrist, and was about to scream when Natsu clamped his hand over her mouth.

“Shhh!” he hissed. “It’s only me. I just want to make sure that we don’t get separated.”

Lucy nodded, not trusting herself to speak with out her voice squeaking, and silently prayed that he would remove his hand before he felt her face turning red.

When he did (thankfully), she turned around to where she thought he was standing and said “if we follow the wall we should be able to find our way out without bumping into anything.”

“Screw that!” Natsu tugged on her arm impatiently. “I wanna get out of here as fast of possible. Come on, lets go!” And with that he tugged on her arm again, started pulling her along behind him,

And promptly ran straight into the wall.

“Shit!” He cursed loudly as the two of them stumbled backwards. “Ow, that was really sore.”

“Stop complaining, it’s your own fault for being so damn impatient!” Lucy snapped. “And now thanks to you I’ve forgotten which way we were going.”

Natsu ignored her. “Seriously, it’s bleeding. I think I’ve broken it.”

She handed him a tissue.

Or attempted to anyway.

“Natsu, where abouts are you? I’ve got a tissue.” She was waving her a hands around in front of her, unsuccessfully trying to find either her companion or he wall so she could try and get her bearings.

“I’m behind you!”

He grabbed her arm, and Lucy was left wondering how he always seemed to know where she was.

“You’re shivering.”

No shit sherlock. “Well it is bloody freezing down here.” And she had been an idiot and left her jacket in Levy’s car.

He didn’t reply for a moment, but she felt him let go of her arm and could hear him shuffling around beside her.


Lucy felt him drape something around her shoulders, and it took her a moment to realise that it was his jacket. She was suddenly very glad of the fact that there was no lights, as it meant that he was unable to se how red her face had just turned. “Th-thanks, but are you sure that you won’t need it?” she managed to stutter out.

“Nah, it’s fine,” he replied with practiced ease. “I don’t feel the cold very easily.” Because of the darkness Lucy completely missed him awkwardly rubbing his neck.

They were both silent.

“You know, we should probably keep going,” he added hurriedly.

“Yeah, let’s go.” She grabbed his wrist and started to pull him down the corridor again, being careful to avoid walking into any walls.

“Uhhhh Lucy? I’m pretty sure we were going in the other direction.”

Well shit.


They had been travelling for another few minutes when Lucy stepped on what she had assumed was just another ordinary stone brick in the floor.

Until it stared making a strange clicking noise and sinking into the ground.

Natsu froze and she once again found herself running into him. “If a giant boulder suddenly falls from the ceiling I am so going to kill you.” At this point it was hard to tell if he was being serious or not.

She was opening to reply when the door beside them slowly opened, completely on it’s own accord.


She grabbed Natsu’s arm, and this time did not immediately let go afterwards.

A pair of white glowing eyes appeared in the doorway and blinked at them.

“Come on Lucy, lets keep going.” All of a sudden Natsu sounded slightly more a lot more uneasy.

“What’s gotten your panties in a twist?” She replied, while rather ironically still holding firmly on to him. “Weren’t you the one talking about how not scared you were ealier. It’s just another animatronic.”

“Yeah well I have a thing about animatronics.” He shuddered. “What if that one actually has someone inside it?”

Lucy looked back at the glowing eyes, blinking in time with the creepy music that seemed to be coming from all around them. “Yeah.. on second thoughts we should pobably keep moving.”

They started off at a fast paced walk, but every time Lucy looked back she could still see those eyes, and so pretty soon she found herself being dragged down the hallway by a sprinting Natsu. They could hear the animatronic clomping along behind them, and when Lucy strained her ears she could also just about make out what sounded like raspy breathing. It probably was just an ordinary animatronic, but what Natsu said had unnerved her quite a bit and on the off chance that there was a psycho muderer inside it she didn’t really want to be the one around to find out.

They had just run around a corner whem Lucy lost her footing and tripped on a loose rock.

She stumbled and let go of Natsu’s hand, and he kept running for a few more moments before he realised that she wasn’t there anymore.

“Lucy? Lucy? Where are you?”

“I’m down here! I think I’ve sprained my ankle!”

She could hear the animatronic gaining on them, its clompy footsteps echoing off the stone corridor like those drums had earlier.




The lights turned back on.

Lucy looked up to find Natsu looking down at her with a worried expression on his face. He knelt beside her. “You okay?”

She put her finger up to his lips to quieten him.“Shhhhh.”

“What?” he whispered back.

“The animatronic thingy,” she replied. “I can’t hear it anymore.”

He got up and slowly crept towards the corner they had just run around, where he cautiously poked his head around for a few seconds before wandering back over to her.

“It’s gone.”

“What?!” She said slightly hysterically. “How can it be gone?”

“I know right? And there’s not even any doors leading off that corridor. It’s really weird.” He paused. “Anyway, that’s not the main problem right now. How’s your ankle doing? Do you think you can walk on it? I kind of recognise this corridor so I think we’re nearly there.”

“I’ll give it a go.” She replied.

As it turned out, that was easier said then done. Natsu helped her to her feet, but the moment he let go of her arm her ankle gave way, and she would have fallen back down if he hadn’t caught her.

“You sure you’re okay?” he asked, holding her at arms length and checking her over for further injuries.

“Actually, I’m not so sure if I can walk the rest of the way.” She looked up at him, and found him staring right back at her.

“I’m sorry about your nose,” she found herself adding when she noticed that there was indeed what looked like dried blood covering the skin above his mouth and dotting patches of his scarf and t-shirt.

He laughed. “You’ve nothing to be sorry about. It was my fault for trying to run ahead anyway.” He reached up and attempted to wipe the blood away with his hand, but instead he only suceeded in smearing it across his face.

“You missed a bit,” she mumbled more herself than him while reaching up and rubbing at it with her sleeve.

It was only after she had withdrawn her hand again that she noticed how close they were standing to each other, and she felt the blush creeping slowly back into her cheeks.

“Er, thanks.” He coughed and rubbed the back of his neck. “We should probably get moving now.”

“Yeah, that’s a good idea, come on, let’s go,” she said quickly, while turning away from him before he noticed the pink that was once again starting to cover her cheeks…

…and promptly collapsing as her ankle once again gave out underneath her.

“Don’t even think about it,” she growled at him, as he laughed and mumbled something about it being her own damn fault for being so impatient.

She ended up clinging onto his arm and limping to to exit while he kept his hand on her waist for support.


Daylight! (Well, evening light!)

They were finally free!

It took Lucy’s eyes a moment to adjust to the brightness from the lights at the fair. When they finally did she spotted her friends standing a few metres away, so she let go of Natsu’s arm and slowly hobbled over to them.

Cana was the first to say something. “Hey Lucy! We thought we’d lost you forever down there.”

She paused, before smirking and elbowing her friend in the ribs. “And who’s that hot piece of meat you were holding onto a minute ago? Are you two a thing now or something?”

Lucy stared t her friend in shock for a moment before finding her voice again. “T-that’s Natsu, and it’s not like that! We just bumped into each other and decided to stick together until we got out!”

Cana winked at her. “And are you sure you didn’t get up to anything else particularly naughty down there?”


The brunette sighed, dejected. “Is it my fault for wanting to be supportive when I thought that one of my friends had finally lost her virginity?”

Lucy growled.

“She’s right though, the two of you would make a cute couple.”

“Mira,” Lucy groaned. “Not you too.”

Lisanna joined in. “I bet that’s why they took so long getting out. He even has blood on him Lucy, what exactly did you two do down there?!”

“Yeah Lu-chan! ”

“You liiiiike him.”

As they continued to tease her, Lucy checked over her shoulder to see if Natsu could hear them. Luckily for her, he seemed to be oblivious to what was being said about him by her so called ‘friends’.

“Yo ice chicken!” she heard him shout at someone. “How long have you been waiting for me?”

“Long enough dickhead,” the other guy, Gray, replied. “You took your sweet ass time getting out of there.”

“That’s because I was too busy proving to how un-scared I was.”

Lucy snorted. Yeah right.

Not that she had been any better herself.

“And while we are on the topic of that haunted house I think you have a bet to fulfill, right slave?”

Gray said nothing.

“Great!” Natsu grinned. “I’ll take that as a yes.” He paused, clearly trying to decide on something. “And your first order is that for the rest of your time as my slave you have to replace every swear word you say with the name of a food dish that is exactly nine syllables long. No more, and no less. Got it?”

“You son of a bitc-”

Natsu coughed.

“I mean you son of a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.”

Natsu smilled again. “Perfect! And my second order is that you buy me, Lucy and-” he hesitated. “And all those girls standing beside Lucy fish and chips from that stand over there!”

Gray growled. “Fuc- tuna and pasta bake with ketchup! That’s just unfair, you know I’m practically broke already.”

“Maybe I do, slave, but what was it that you said the time you let Jellal dye Happy blue, or the time I got beaten up by Erza for picking a fight with that metal freak, or the time you got me suspended for putting that platypus into the staff toilets in school?” Natsu stroked his chin for a moment and pretended to think about something. “Oh yeah! It was DONT EXPECT ANY SYMPATHY FROM ME FUCKFACE. Come on Lucy and Lucy’s friends, Peanut butter jelly time over hear is going to buy us all dinner!”

(“Also, tuna and pasta bake with ketchup? That’s fucking disgusting man.”

“Natsu-san, why is Gray-sama naked?”

“Shi- spaghetti bolognese in a pie!”


“Nice abs.”