“Wear that outfit I like tonight. You know the one.” “I never want to see you talking to them again.” “I can’t stop thinking about you.” “I’ve tried to move on, to think about someone else, but you’re always on my mind.” “I’m obsessed with you.” “You looked so precious in your sleep last night.” “Don’t look at me like that; like you’re afraid of me.” “Where were you? You’re thirty minutes late!” “Tell me where you’re going and how long you’ll be gone.” “You’re not leaving the house dressed like that.” “It doesn’t matter where you go. I’ll follow you.” “I can be everything you need if you’ll just give me a chance.” “They’re no good for you.” “I don’t like them. Stay away from them.” “You’ll realize soon enough that no one appreciates you like I do.” “I just want you to love me like I love you.” “Look me in the eyes when I talk to you.” “I see the way you look at them.” “I want you to say you love me. Say it and mean it.” “If you leave me, I don’t know what I’ll do.” “I’m done hiding in the shadows.” “We’re going to be together forever. Just you and me.” “Leave them. Leave them and be with me instead.” “Every time I see you talking to them, it makes my blood boil.” “Are you just trying to make me angry?!” “If you’re on your best behavior, I’ll treat you well.” “Did you find the gifts I’ve been leaving you?” “I was in your room last night. You looked so peaceful.” “I’m sorry I stole your shirt. It still smells like you.” “No one will ever love you as much as I love you.” “If I can’t have you, no one can have you.” “No! Shh, shh, don’t yell!” “I don’t care what your friends have planned, you’re not leaving the house tonight.”
I received an anonymous ask requesting starters for necromancy, so I decided to expand upon that idea and create starters for dark magic in general, including necromancy. Enjoy!
“I’ve never used this spell before.” “Magic like this is forbidden, and for good reason.” “With this book of spells, we have the power to destroy everything.” “If this wasn’t dangerous, it wouldn’t be interesting.” “Have you ever wanted to bring someone back from the dead?” “I don’t care what it takes. I’m bringing them back!” “Be warned: what you’re going to see might terrify you.” “This seems… dangerous.” “One way or another, I’ll make them love me.” “You can’t just use magic to manipulate people like this!” “This isn’t right. It’s unnatural!” “This is the only true way to speak to the dead.” “If we do this spell correctly, we’ll own the world.” “Do you believe in demons?” “I’ll let you light the candles.” “This isn’t the first curse I’ve cast.” “This book of black magic is my little secret. Would you like to see?” “Be quiet or I’ll curse you next.” “They’ll regret the day they even thought to cross me.” “Nothing will hurt us if we stay inside this circle.” “They’ll be alive again, but not the same as they were before.” “No one ever said dark magic was easy.” “This spell couldn’t actually kill anyone, could it?” “The ritual begins soon. I suggest you prepare yourself.” “I’ve seen far more disturbing things than this.” “Demons don’t scare me.” “Let’s say the incantation together.” “Do you want to see something truly horrifying?” “We need a sacrifice.” “All you need to do is offer a little bit of blood. Just a tiny bit, that’s all!” “Trust me, and step into the circle.” “I’ve never felt power like this before.” “Open your eyes. It’s time for you to come back to life.” “I’ve done it. I am the master over death!”
“I’m not evil. Magic isn’t evil. It’s just shades of grey.”
Feel free to suggest conversation subjects for a part two.
“Autumn is my favorite season.” “Do you call it Fall or Autumn?” “I love it when the trees change.” “Don’t tell me you’re not dressing up for Halloween.” “It’s the mooost wonderful tiiime of the yeaaaaar~” “I miss when it was actually warm outside.” “I’m in pumpkin spice hell.” “How many caramel apples do we need? Two? Twenty? Four hundred? I’m buying four hundred.” “I’m having a bonfire tonight. Wanna come?” “If you don’t carve pumpkins with me this year, we’re not friends anymore.” “If you don’t carve pumpkins with me this year, I’m breaking up with you.” “I drank a gallon of cider all by myself. I regret nothing.” “Let’s do a couple costume this year.” “Did you know they used to carve faces on turnips?” “There’s nothing quite as satisfying as stepping on a super crunchy leaf.” “October is when the creeps come out of hiding. Hence, I am here.” “Want to have a horror movie marathon with me?” “You ever realize that the fall smell everyone loves so much is just the scent of dying plants?” “We need to add more Halloweens to the year. 30 more to be exact.” “I’m not really superstitious. I think the whole ‘spirits returning to earth’ thing is ridiculous.” “Whether or not I believe in ghosts, I’m not going to risk it with a Ouija board.” “Let’s go to the Halloween store.” “You know, there are a lot of spooky legends about this time of year.” “Everything just seems more eerie in the fall.” “Ooh! I like this pumpkin pattern. I’m getting it.” “Something about Autumn just makes me melancholy.” “October is the best time for blankets and [hot beverage of choice].” “Take a walk with me. It’s so crisp and nice outside.” “Ah, October. The harvest season. Perfect for harvesting souls.” “Let’s go get lost in a corn maze. It’ll be fun!” “I want a pumpkin spice latte and I don’t care what anyone thinks.” “I’m still undecided on my Halloween costume this year.” “I don’t dress up anymore. That’s for kids.” “I’m so excited to see all of the adorable trick-or-treaters.” “I’m decorating the house as terrifying as possible to scare away trick-or-treaters. More candy for me.” “You give kids apples for Halloween? What kind of monster does that?!” “If you jump in this leaf pile right after I finish raking, I will spear you with this rake.” “Tell me the scariest story you have.” “Do you want to hear something scary?”
うるさい (urusai) - shut up うぜんだよ (uzendayo) - fuck off 死ね (shine) - die!
どけ (doke) - get out of the way あほか (aho ka) - are you an idiot? だまれこのやろう (damare konoyarou) - shut up you bastard! 地獄へいけ (jigoku he ike) - go to hell くそくらえ (kusokurae) - eat shit ふざけるな (fuzakeruna) - don’t mess with me
Starters for/to muses who have never heard of, or experienced, Halloween (the anon request was for non-human muses, but I feel this can be attributed to several situations.)
“It’s just a costume, don’t worry. We don’t actually shape-shift into monsters on Halloween night.” “I’ve never heard of a holiday like this before.” “There’s candy? I guess it can’t be that bad then.” “I can’t believe you’ve never heard of Halloween before!” “What kind of childhood did you have if you never ate Halloween candy?” “Amazing. They shaped the peanut butter circle into a small pumpkin. How extraordinary.” “There are whole parties where everyone is dressed up like something else? How do you recognize anyone?” “Uh, no, there aren’t any human sacrifices. They got rid of that a few centuries ago, I think.” “You’ll love Halloween! It’s much better than Valentine’s Day, I promise.” “Why do you have to kill the pumpkins? You put a face on them and then they rot. Isn’t that a bit cruel?” “Is there any kind of brutal punishment if I don’t wear a costume?” “So what deities are they praying to when they dress up like zombie nurses?” “This is without a doubt the strangest holiday I have ever heard of.” “There’s not usually a significance to the costume, no. Just whatever you want to be!” “A whole holiday all about being scared and contacting the dead? Have you all gone mad?!” “I’ve heard of holidays like this, but never experienced it.” “It’s a good excuse to hang out in the cemetery and not look too suspicious.” “No, we don’t just wear costumes or watch scary movies. We also egg peoples’ houses and throw toilet paper on their yard. We’re classy like that.” “This is the only night you can contact the dead? Where I come from, we do that every day.” “I think I like this holiday so far.” “I’m not sure I like Halloween.” “Don’t worry, Halloween is overrated anyway.” “Costumes and candy are for babies. You and me? We’re going to raise the dead.” “No, we don’t burn witches on Halloween. That’s so seventeenth century.” “Black cats and pumpkins and stuff, it’s all just based on old superstitions and legends.” “Tell me about the history of this holiday.” “This isn’t one of those Santa Clause things, is it? I don’t want to know what kinds of presents he would bring.” “Ugh! All of these costumes are hideous. And people dress like this for fun?”