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Huzzah! Fine people who have come to look on the profile of the great writers, Shakespeare. COme one! Come all! Soon, the tale that I write shall unfold! It shall be the greatest to ever enter the annals of history. But patience, friends. Patience. You shall see it soon. Ya Ha Ha Ha!

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Quick question...
Ah yes. Such a complecated lesson to teach. But worry not, fo I, the great Playwrite William Shakespeare have answered your call. To begin such a complex task, you must first log in to access the account you wish to use to post yonder image. Then, you must scroll to the text box provided by our veritable champion and creator of this glorious Phansite, Mishima. Then, you shall see not one or two but six red boxes adorned with symbols and words above the text box. The first, noted down as "Image" is your destination, fine fellow. Simpally click that box and you shall be brought to your gallery to chose the image you so desire, posted in text form as an imgur link. Behold as I now demonstrate it by positing an image of my friend and champion of knowledge and anti memery, Aristotle Anti-Memes, for you to gaze upon, proving my point and my vast knowledge of this subject as factual. Ya ha ha. https://i.imgur.com/Zs1UsME.png
The time has come...
Ah, tis a tale of wonder and excitement. Two years hither, a fight did take place. And I, William Shakespeare, did happen upon it. Tis a tale of death. Of darkness. Of trees. And of romance. TIS A TALE WORTH SHARING TO THE MASSES!!!! *Shakespeare laughs.* Tis also a tale to long to explain in the here and now. The short version is that this fine creature was the opponent of a group of veritable heroes and heroines who wished to stop the end of days. In the end, humanity came out victorious and our fine friend was defeated. But now, they have returned here today to spread the joy of Christmas! Such a fine turnabout.
The time has come...
Heaven and Hell are but contructs of man. As such... *William Shakespeare rises dramatically from his seat in what was once the cafe and throws off his cloak.* THEY ARE MINE TO WRITE AND REWRITE TO MY WILL! TIS I, THE GREAT WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, HERE FOR THE NYXMAS SEQUEL OF THE YEAR LIKE THE ONE TWO YEARS PRIOR! YA HA HA! *Shakespeare bows dramatically* Ah. Such a glorious day to be wandering around, enjoying the festivities. Indeed, tis an amazing sight of yonder death god, reformed and revived once more. Ah, the commitment of one such as thee is a true sight to behold. A writer such as me needs no gift other than the gift of witnessing such a show so that I may become truly inspired.
Face-off: Estate of evil
*Walking along the street with two bags of shopping, Shakespeare gasps and runs over to Grimnir.* WELL I NEVER! TO SAY THAT I, THE GREAT PLAYWRITE WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, IS NOT REAL! WHY, YOU SPEAK THE LANGUAGE I CRAFTED! READ THE BOOKS I PIONEERED! WATCH MOVIES AND SHOWS THAT ARE EVOLUTIONS OF THE THEATRE PLAYS I INVENTED! I AM THE CRAFTER OF MACBETH, ROMEO AND JULIET AND THE GREAT MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM! TRAGEDY AND COMEDY ARE ARTFORMS AND I AM THERE MASTER! TO THINK I AM NOT REAL IS SPITTING IN THE VERY FACE OF THE WORLD ITSELF! FOR MY PLACE IS ON THE GLOBE'S STAGE! AND WITH THAT DISGRACE TOLD, I SHALL LEAVE THINE FOOLS SIGHT! GOOD DAY SIR! *Angered, Shakespeare leaves.*
why cant ryuji say fuck im so pissed
Ah, but you see, dear user, Ryuji does say Fuck. In Futaba's palace, though not voiced, there is a time where Ryuji says, in the words of a lesser writer other than myself, "But that's a fuckin' sick thing to do to a kid if that's really how it went down." In addition, Napoleon was actually tall for his era and average height for this at 5'7" and the Holy Roman Empire is neither Holy, Roman nor an Empire. Good day to you all, fine fellows.
The Great Prison Text Adventure
You take everything out of the locker and dump it on the ground. You try to take the locker but soon realise that you lack the strength to carry around an entire locker and, even if you could, the locker is bolted to the ground making it impossible.
The Great Prison Text Adventure
You run across the hall. Whether the clearly unstable man who supposedly works for Walmart follows is another mater. Across the way, you find what seems to be an office of sorts. Multiple screens showed multiple CCTV feeds. On the back was an open locker. Many guns and stun batons were missing, leaving all but an bulletproof vest and a stun gun.
The Great Prison Text Adventure
You unleash dying flames on your captors. Unfortunately, the flames die before they hit the guards. Fortunately, the guards don't notice your attack.
The Great Prison Text Adventure
You run to the balcony edge. The escaping prisoners are running down the corridors and flooding own stairs, all heading for a large steel door at the end of the cell block. They slam their bodies into it, using all their strength to try and push the doors open. All the guards seem to run in that direction to corral the inmates back to their cells. You run in the opposite direction. Soon you come to a large staircare and jump down it, ending up on the second floors. Other than the hundreds of cells, there are two rooms. One is near you and the other is across the way. You also get a better look at the guards starting to surround the inmates.

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Macbeth: Forsooth. No man borne of a woman can slay me, foolish enemy
Macduff: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NiMd0MIVGVM Behold, fine fellows. For I, the great William Shakespeare, have mastered the art of the meme. There is no method of communication I cannot master. Ya ha ha.
The Great Prison Text Adventure
You wake up in you're cell. It's morning.
Important Notice
The Holy Roman Empire was neither Holy, Roman nor an Empire.
Yu's Second Amazing Text Adventure
You wake up in you're room. It's morning.
Ren's Amazing Text Adventure
You wake up in your room. It's morning. Morgana is sleeping on your work bench.
Yu's Amazing Text Adventure
You wake up in you're room. It's morning.
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