The story I must tell shows just how far the Tails Doll curse can go. I have never played Sonic R in my life(seeing as I didn't get into it until Sonic Adventure 2 came out on Gamecube) and yet IT has tried to get me. This is my story.
I was working on a comic series based on homestarrunner.com and had no ideas for the first story arc. While 'net surfing, I happened to come across your Shadow thingy (I looooooove Shadow) and I poked around on it. The Sonic R curse was what inspired me. It had given me nightmares the first time I saw it. That's when I knew that the first story arc in "Homestar & Friends" would be scary. Very, very scary.
It was quite simple: Homestar buys cursed game and doll, Homestar plays game, Tails oll possesses Homestar, Tails Doll(as Homestar) tries to kill everybody, Homestar's sister defeats Tails Doll, end of story arc. I started working on it immediately.
I never put any pages of it on deviantART because of what almost happened to me. Iwas listening to a Heywood Banks CD at the time. The song that was supposed to come next never came. Instead, it was a song I had never heard before.
"Can you feel the sunshine? Does it brighten up your day?"
I thought my CD player was just messing up (it was at least 5 years old) when Irecognized the lyrics to the song.
It was the song all victims of the Tails Doll heard.
I turned around to see the fuzzy monstrosity. It had a wire and a fillet knife in its hands. And it came at me, yelling something like "Shumpy". That's when I passed out.
I woke up a few hours later with a gash on my right leg and a wire wrapped around my hand. I tried to tell my parents what happened, but they thought it was just to get attention. To this day, I've still yet to convinced them.
I'm telling you this to warn you, you don't have to play Sonic R to be a target. Don't draw pictures with the Tails Doll in them, don't write fan-fiction with the Tails Doll in them, even if it's just an obscure reference. Because if you do, IT WILL GET YOU.
Now that you've heard my story, I have one question for you:
Can you feel the sunshine?