Once, We Live Forever

The haunted house lay in a barren field in the valley. In the field, a young woman and an older woman are searching through barrels of trash. They are looking for a dead body of a young girl that hasn't been found.

The young woman remembers she has seen the body before. She takes out a scythe twice her size, and starts to puncture the barrels one by one. As she found each barrel to be empty, she heard a loud creak coming from the haunted house behind her …

Inside the house, a young officer and his partner, an old detective, step around quietly. They are hunting down a group of criminals. The young officer climbed up to the attic and found an abandoned recording studio.

His partner yelled out to him, “I know this poster! It's from that crook!”

The young detective rushes out to see a black poster with a white skull symbol on it. That moment, a woman steps out from behind the shadows and starts shooting the young officer and detective …

Bang! Bang! Bang!

The young officer avoids every bullet. He rolls around while taking a box from a shelf and starts to build a gun. His partner shouts out, “This is your last chance!”

As the woman comes nearer to him, the young officer finally builds the gun. He loads the magazine, points the gun to the woman's face, and takes a shot …

As the woman lie dying, the young officer comes close to her. Then he realizes, this woman is the woman he loves. He holds her head in his lap, and says:

“I'm sorry …

Once … once, we live forever.
We never grow old, and we never die.”

Coki, the Giant Slayer

The path leads down the hill to an old house. It is very dark outside, the pale moon lighting up the forest with a purple hue. Our group stops outside the house and we are searching for something, but I don't know what.

A white ball rolls up the hill and around the bend, deeper into the forest. I chase it down, but one of the group members shout out, “Be careful!”. I reply in my mind that it is only a short distance away.

However, around the bend I can sense a danger approaching. I back up in a whoa manner, and as I turn around to head for the house, I see an ogre-like being standing in front of it.

I manage to slip by behind the ogre, noticing it's dark, scalous hide that reflects the moonlight. As soon as I enter the house, I turn around and slam the door shut, but I think the ogre has seen me.

I hide behind the door, and the ogre opens it. I see his face which looks almost human, looking around inside the house. If he turned his head just a little more to the left, he would see me hiding behind the door.

Then, he walked outside again and I went further to the next room. The next thing that happens is I walk into the same room carrying a sword that is lodged into a heavy circular object like a rock, but with the texture of a lump of clothes. In the room, one of the group members is fending off a giant monster.

I react immediately by throwing the sword with the circular object, and it misses the giant by an inch. He stumbles back in surprise, and looks at me bewildered. He asks, “Why are you bothering me?”

I race up to face him and say, “I am Coki, the Giant Slayer!” and proceed to climb his back and stab him in the eye with a pair of scissors.

The Murder of a Family

I am hiding in a dark room. Inside, the room is filled with household items put away in a messy manner. My friends are hiding with me, avoiding what is happening outside.

I see a family of four: a father, a mother, and their son and daughter. The sight is horrifying. For unexplainable reasons, the family members are murdering each other.

The moment I see them, they are already drenched in blood. The son holds a pick and rams it into his sister's neck. The daughter holds a gun and shoots her mother in the chest. The father swings his arms violently and instead slips and falls onto an electric chainsaw that punctures through his chest, causing blood to spray everywhere.

Strangely, the father doesn't die right away. Although his chest is torn apart by the chainsaw, it gets stuck there. I walk close to the father, and I hear him say with bewildered eyes, “Well this is highly uncomfortable!”