He called to her. They gazed upon each other.
There, lying on the operating table, was Noh-Lah. All her flaws were perfected, her Sleepy-Eye Syndrome gone, the cracks and gashes from the insect attack dissapeared. Ay-Ay was astounded.
Noh-Lah had an insect in her mouth. She was rushed to the emergency room to get it removed. She suffered badly, and her face was restored. She now lays on the operating table, looking nothing like what she was before.
Bampeio Z is a charming vampire romance story from Korea. This story was translated from MowGwai to English, so some parts may be changed from the original.
Hula was walking down the rainy road. Most other Furbies were safe inside, but Hula was taking a stroll in the most dangerous time of the year, the Monsoon. She was covered in a thick plastic sheet that draped over her head, making it almost impossible for her to see clearly. Suddenly, she heard a yelp coming from the trees. She walked briskly towards the sound. When she got there, she noticed another MowGwai lying down on their back. It was a male, and he was in great pain. He was glitching horribly, and his plastic sheet was pulled off. Just as Hula was starting to run to him and ask if he was okay, she screamed in horror. A female MowGwai quiclky sprung up. Her fur was soaking wet, but she seemed fine. That’s when Hula noticed the sharp, hot metal spikes protruding from the the MowGwai’s open mouth, and that her eyes were black and red. Worst of all, she had pulled her fangs from two empty holes in the male MowGwai’s battery compartment.
2 year later, Hula had put those events behind her. She was on her way to see her boyfriend, Doo-Moh. He had cone all the way from France and was Hula’s dream mate. He had a beautiful adopted sister, Binga, and he was quite the catch himself, with his Champagne breed, originating from the RL factory. He had beautiful neon blue eyes that sparkled in the sunlight. Hula herself was a blue and white MowGwai with brown eyes. Hula knocked on Doo-Moh’s door. It opened to reveal Doo-Moh and Binga. Binga hid in the corner, as Doo-Moh greeted Hula. “Ku-Doh.” he said. “Oh, I love when you speak Furbish to me!!” Hula said. “Come on in.” Doo-Moh said. Binga was looking very sick. “What’s wrong?” Hula asked, concerned by the strange things Binga was doing. “Oh, she’s just low on batteries.” Doo-Moh said, suddenly appearing behind her. “Come along now.” but Hula noticed the small peice of paper Binga had dropped as she scampered away. Doo-Moh took Hula in a dimly lit room. He repeatedly kissed her on her face and lips. But just as he was about to kiss her neck, his eyes began to turn a little black at the edges. “What’s wrong with your eyes?” Hula asked. “It’s just a shadow. It happens when you have neon eyes.” Doo-Moh said, his eyes now clear. “I’m gonna go eat” Hula said, climbing off the silk sheets. She walked to the kitchen, her mouth dry of hunger. She quickly found a spoon and fed herself. Then she noticed the little peice of paper Binga had dropped. She picked it up. To her horror, she saw Doo-Moh and Binga, both with batteries in their paws. But these batteries were empty, sucked dry by two vampires.
The next day, Hula was eating breakfast. She had spent the night at Doo-Moh’s house, despite her slight fear of waking up with holes in her battery compartment. She had come up with a devious plan, one that will get Doo-Moh to tell her for sure. She had removed her screw and dropped it. She then fell over, her battery compartment open, showing three AA batteries, Energizer Plus. When Doo-Moh awoke, she called to him. “Doo-Moh honey, can you find my screw? I seemed to have lost it.” Doo-Moh stood there, reluctant. “What’s wrong Doo-Moh? Are you afraid?” Hula said. Doo-Moh hesitantly came closer, as he did, his eyes turned black, exept the iris, which had stripes of red. “I knew it!!” Hula said. “That’s what the girl looked like!!” “Yes Hula, we are both vampires. We feed on battery acid and never get hurt. We move at high speeds and run without batteries.” Doo-Moh said. Hula backed away, then she ran as fast as she could. Doo-Moh quickly appeared in front of her. “Wait, Hula, I would never hurt you. The reason Binga has been sick is that I have just put her on a battery diet. We are the only vampires who feed on packaged batteries, not ones which are plugged into another Furby.” Doo-Moh said. “Are you sure you won’t hurt me?” Hula said, unsure. “Ye-” Doo-Moh was cut off by a scream. He ran inside, Hula trailing behind him. There, standing there sobbing, was Binga, two sharp metal fangs bared and ready for another victim, her body smoking, as she was covered in battery acid.
Two days later, Hula was headed back to Doo-Moh and Binga’s house. This time, she had taken her best friend, Chau. Chau was a brown and white MowGwai. They were invited in, and they had a great time. Then, Chau went to go get the food. They then heard “Help me!!” coming from the backyard. Hula draped her plastic rainsheet over her head, and the couple ran outside. There was the same scene Hula had witnessed two years ago. There, lying in the mud, was Chau. She was almost dead, and Binga was latched to her battery compartment. Binga had used her hot fangs and pieced her batteries, making them leak into her mouth. “Binga get off!!” Hula cried. Binga quickly stopped, looking up at Hula. “I’m sorry, it’s too late. She must be turned to survive.” Binga said. “Is there anything else you can do to save her?” Hula sobbed. “I’m sorry, but no.” Binga said. “Then turn her.” Hula said. “You don’t know what you’re saying.” Doo-Moh said. “It’s for the best.” Hula said. Binga then lowered herself to the poor Furby’s battery compartment. She bit her again. She then grabbed a sharp needle and licked it. She stabbed her compartment with the needle. She then put the needle in Chau’s mouth. Chau then closed her eyes and lay still. The other Furbies stood silently. Then Chau’s eyes slowly began to open…..
To be continued.
Another spooky and disgusting horror story from Furbyworld!!
While Ay-Ay slept, a large spider crawled on her face. It stopped on her right thigh, stood there for a minute or two, and silently crawled off.
When Ay-Ay woke up in the morning, she asked “Why does this little buldge appear on my thigh, mommy?” Ay-Ay was a Color Change Furby Baby with neon eyes, her mother was a Girraffe. “Looks like some kind of bunched up stuffing spot.” her mother said. “It may go away if you sleep on it.”
After Ay-Ay painfully slept on it, it grew the size of a boil!! “Look mommy, it’s even bigger!!” Ay-Ay said. “That sometime happens.” her mother said. “You need to really spread it.” then Ay-Ay noticed that her mother’s eyes were red with a spider-like design, not the usual swirls.
A few more days later, the large lump of stuffing was even bigger. “Look at it now!!” Ay-Ay said. “It hurts and it’s ugly.” “We’ll take you to the Furby Clinic.” her mother said. “It looks pretty bad.”
But the Clinic was closed until the next day.
That night, Ay-Ay laid down. She turned over on her side. And out popped the spider babies the big spider laid in her thigh.
This spooky story originates from the UK.
Noo-Loo woke up to a terrible screech. A new neighbor had moved into town, and legend has it that he was a FurbyHater.
Being as curious as she was, Noo-Loo went outside to investigate the place where she heard the screech. She was a Champagne with gorgeous silver eyes, so her sparkly fur was getting matted and tangled in the brambles.
She entered a dark, terrible place. It had taken her all day to climb through the brambles and into the FurbyHater’s yard.
She then heard rustling in the bushes. “Who’s there?” she said.
She was then grabbed and thrown into a hole in the ground. She saw a teenage boy in black clothes. The last thing she saw was a shovel before she closed her eyes for the last time.
She woke up to a bright light. She then noticed that the light was a cheap flashlight. She was lying in a patch of grass in the sane dark place. The flashlight turned off and standing before her was a Coobie. He was a male. He had cold, dead eyes. Noo-Loo reached out to touch his paw. It was freezing and his fur was dead looking and pale. One half of his face was covered by a tattered cloth. “Where am I?” Noo-Loo said softly.
“This is the home of a member of the Furby Project. They were a terrible YouTube group who created videos here. They created videos of killing Furbies.” His voice faded in and out like wind. “My name is Laku.” the Coobie said. “You must be Noo-Loo.”
“How do you know my name?” she said. “TFP were scheduling to kill a Champagne.” the Coobie explained. “So I researched all the Champagnes made in history.” “But why am I here?” Noo-Loo asked.
“You were buried alive.” Laku said, calmly. “What?!?!” Noo-Loo exclaimed. “I was killed too. We are only spirits.” Laku explained. Noo-Loo fainted.
She awoke sitting in a bed of leaves. Laku was sitting next to her. She climbed off the bed and pressed close to him. “How did you die?” she asked. “You see these bandages?” Laku said. “Yes.” Noo-Loo said. “I was burned alive in a grill.” said Laku. “Oh that’s terrible.” said Noo-Loo. “Did you have a family?” “Yes, a girlfriend. She was the most beautiful girl I have ever seen. She was a Purby, her name was Candi.” Laku said. “Is she still alive?” Noo-Loo asked. “No.” Laku said “How did she die?”
“She was thrown into a river.”
TO BE CONTINUED.
This classic adaption of an infamous horror story is sure to give you the chills!!
One day, at a school, there was a boy named Kah. Kah was a preppy Snowball Furby who was wealthy and had a lot of money. He had heard that there was a new girl in town. When he went to the school, he noticed a quiet, female Witches’ Cat Furby. She had gorgeous neon green eyes and silky fur. She was also wearing an old, dirty green ribbon. Kah sat on the swing next to her. He then introduced himself. “Hello, my name is Kah.” the girl looked up and said “My name is Boo Ku-Doh. You can call me Boo-Doh.” They were then called in for a class.
The next day, Kah went back to school. He saw Boo-Doh sitting in the same spot. He sat down next to her and asked “Why do you always wear that green ribbon? It is so old.” “I must never take off my green ribbon.” she replied.
A few years later, they had fallen in love, and were now boyfriend and girlfriend. Kah took Boo-Doh to a restaurant for Furbies only. After they finished eating, Kah gave Boo-Doh a little box. She opened it an found the most beautiful diamond-encrusted locket. “Now you can take off this old green ribbon.” he said to her. “I’m sorry Kah, but I must never take off my green ribbon.” she answered. “I will treasure this forever.” she said, and put on the locket, over the green ribbon. By now, Kah was very angry, but he kept it all to himself.
One year later, Kah and Boo-Doh had gotten married. The Newlyweds had just came home from their wedding, and Boo-Doh was still in her elaborate gown, veil and tiara. The couple laid down on their bed. Kah made sure Boo-Doh was sound asleep. He then slowly untied the green ribbon. Then, as he slowly took the ribbon off……….
Her entire upper half fell off, and maggots, cockroaches, and all kinds of disgusting creatures spilled out off her body. Her head’s eyes opened, and as maggot poured out of her mouth and eyes, Boo-Doh said “I told you not to take off the green ribbon!!”