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located in The Vigilante Village, Tennessee, a part of The Vigilante Village, one of the many universes on RPG.

The Vigilante Village, Tennessee



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{"Though my soul may set in darkness, it will rise in perfect light;
I have loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night.”

The rattling steel doors of his beat-up, rusty, green truck was beginning to give him a headache. It was like a constant gravel road, but without the gravel, it was just his shitty truck. Thanks dad. Although he meant that in the most sarcastic of ways, he also meant it sincerely, if it weren't for his father he would never have found out about this place. Lou saw the turn off that was circled on the map his dad had given him, slowing down and easing into the turn Lou made his way up further into the woods to get to the sign-in area. As he reached the top of a hill he saw the sign, VIGILANTE VILLAGE – EST. 1986. Yup, pretty clear that this is the place to be. Lou pulled out of the way and parked, twirling the keyring around his finger before shoving the keys into his pocket and hopping out of the car. He let out a sharp whistle as he looked around, he squinted a bit from the sun's glare. It was pretty bright. Well, then he remembered he was more suited for nighttime anyway.

Lou stretched his legs before walking over to what appeared to be cabin sign-ups? From all the summers camps he could remember they just stuck you in one and tough luck if you and your friend weren't in the same one. He snorted quietly to himself and looked over the cabin numbers. He groaned internally and then decided he would simply choose randomly, write in his name, then wander about hopefully finding his cabin. He scribbled his name in accordance with "Cabin four" and then set off to find it. His duffel-bag slung over his shoulder he made his way in a random direction. To his unfortunate discovery he had gone in the complete wrong direction because these numbers were just getting higher and higher. He stopped briefly at a cabin that read "Cabin Twelve" he only stopped because he heard commotion within, he thought about knocking and asking for directions, but then his man-pride kicked in and he drew in a sharp breath and turned on his heel marching off in the opposite direction. He'd find it on his own. He was a full-grown man dammit.

So after more tedious walking, which wasn't much considering all the work he had to do back on the farm, he finally found cabin four. A huge grin on his face, Lou pushed open the door and strode in with confidence. He usually would be more subtle but no one was there yet so who cares? Once inside he took a deep breath in, so deep his lungs felt like they were gonna burst, then he exhaled and fused with the few shadows that lingered even in the lighting of the cabin. He slunk low into the darkness, his bag seemingly floating a few inches off the ground as he slithered up the stairs. He kept close to the dark until he reached a corner bed, he rose slowly from the shadow and placed the bag onto the mattress. He sighed for a job well done and so far a good first day at the Village. He slumped down onto the bed and shut his eyes for a bit, after he turned off the lights in the cabin.