Undertale- Russell Lin

Undertale- Russell Lin

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  • MT.Ebott
  • Flowey the Flower
  • In This world it's KILL OR BE KILLED
  • Toriel
  • Once there was a mountain in the rain forest called MT.Ebott that was told its cave was filled with monsters and anyone who dared entered the cave never returned, No one went there anymore... until one faithful day.
  • Butts. Pie (Butterscotch)
  • One day a girl named Frisk fell down a hole inside MT.Ebott, there she found a flower named flowey who threatened to take her soul, she was damaged by tiny white pellets, it was the end for her until a flame flicked then appeared.
  • A goat with fire magic saved Frisk from flowey by shooting a fireball at him, Toriel led Frisk to the end of the underground ruins of the cave into her home there led a door that led out to monsters. Frisk wanted to go out there but Toriel said otherwise. Frisk listened and went to Toriel's home. There she was taught that there were monsters in the ruins and sparing them was the best way to finish a battle.
  • Toriel Fight
  • Frisk fell asleep in the room Toriel gave her for the rest of her staying and when she woke up she found butterscotch pie on the floor, it was from Toriel of course. Frisk made her way to the kitchen where Toriel was, she looked into the kitchen and found Toriel making more pies looking worried.
  • Frisk walked inside the kitchen and bumped into a... cat-dog? The mysterious monster suddenly said,"HOI, I'm Temmie." Toriel introduced Frisk to the cat but Frisk was allergic to it but still made friends with it anyway. Toriel took Frisk to the ruins where some monsters were there, there was a ghost named Nabstablook and said,"I want you to strike up a friendly conversation with him." Frisk did so, and Toriel felt happy.
  • Frisk, Toriel, and Temmie made their way back to Toriel's home and the door out of the ruins caught Frisk's eyes and Frisk wanted to go out of the ruins. But Toriel blocked the way. A fight started, but Frisk did what Toriel told her, talk to end battles. Frisk talked and reasoned with Toriel and Toriel knew at that moment Frisk was ready to leave, so she let her with one final hug. They departed and Frisk was on her way The moral of the story is reasoning is more powerful than voilence
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