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Pasta

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This Pasta is a sequel to Rayman 4, Made by Nicktheman22 AKA Nicolas and not the original author and takes place after the events


_________________________________________________________________________________________ I'm a total Rayman fan much like everyone else, I like the newer games, but I don't mind playing the classics. I don't think I've ever played glitchy or hacked games before, though I don't think I want to play any after the experience I had... I was at GameStop. I was looking for Retro Games for my Sega Dreamcast, I found a new Rayman game on the shelf.

The Case had Rayman 4.5 on it with sharpie marker, Inside the case was a CD case for computers. It had Rayman 4.5 on it too. I was a BIG Rayman fan, I called some of the workers there, to see if this is legit or not...

"Just a second!" replied a scratchy voice. The familiar pinging of a saved Pokémon game rang faintly through the air, and moments later. a fat, sweaty redhead came rushing through the door.

"Which one?" asked a worker as he approached me. I cringed a little. He looked like a good guy, but his body odor... Ugh! I'll never forget it.

He said It Belonged to a guy I known... But eh... He is no longer with us...

I asked Can I keep it?

He replied Ask, My friend loved it before he died... He went some place and died...

I asked Can I try out the game Rayman 4.5 before I go?

He replied Yes! My friend tested it here too... Huh? Odd?

Yes... I answered, We went back to his man cave...

In one corner of the dark, smelly room was a TV and several gaming consoles. In another corner was a computer much newer than mine—black, not white, and with an Internet window open, glowing cheerfully. A worn couch sat across from the TV screen, its cushions sagging downward where the worker usually sat. Several empty bags of cheese puffs lay scattered across the floor.

I asked What's your name?

Mac, Why?

Nothing...The Game booted up, Rayman's familiar face filled the screen, contorted in cartoony panic. He looked frantically from left to right, then started running away from the screen, revealing a dark, spooky landscape. He ran around in a circle, crashed into a tree, and fell flat on his back. The words "Rayman 5 --  POLOKUS' REVENGE" faded in slowly on the top of the screen while Halloweeny organ music played.\

Rayman appeared on screen, and immediately I sensed something was wrong. No matter which button I pressed, Rayman didn't seem to want to move. Actually, he did start to move—he began to quake, muttering "Please don't make me do this. Please don't make me do this." I frowned. What kind of game was this? Was there a bug in the system?

"Polokus, I don't wanna do this!" he sobbed. "I can't do this any more! There's not enough Lums left!" A wave of nausea swept over my stomach. Maybe it was the ultra-realistic graphics, but I suddenly felt like Rayman's time had run out for real, and no extra lives could save him this time.

"BUT I NEEEEEEEEEED LUUUUUUUUUMS" the voice of Polokus boomed as his giant, froglike foot appeared on the screen once again. I choked—the rocky texture of the gigantic, golem Polokus looked almost too real to be a PlayStation graphic.

"IF YOOOOOOOOU DO NOT BRING ME MY LUUUUUUUUUMS," Polokus continued, "THEEEEN I WILL EXTRAAAAAACT THEM FROM YOOOOOOOOOU!" Polokus cackled with glee and grabbed Rayman with a giant, webbed hand.

"No! Please!" gasped Rayman, struggling to break free from the mighty god's grip. "I... I can find you more Lums! I can appease your hunger! Just... just give me more time! I just need a little more time!"

"AHHHHHH." Polokus sighed contently again, then gently placed Rayman on the ground. "THAAAAAAANK YOOOOOOU."

"Rayman!" Globox's whiny voice hissed as his head appeared in the bushes, "What are you doing!? You can't keep stalling! He'll eat everything!" A sad, serious look crossed Rayman's face. My heart began to pound. I'd never seen Rayman make such a somber face.

3 Years Later...

Read the title card, Rayman was crying. There were dead animals everywhere...

Rayman saw Globox and told him Globox! Run while you still can… 

Rayman e x e level 1

Level 1

Level 1 appeared and I was in control of Globox. The Ground was Green Hill from Sonic 1. I moved Globox right and he began running. Globox stopped in his tracks. I happened to see why... There were Lums running away in panick... The screaming became louder as a group of Lums shot out of the bushes. I gasped—these Lums looked a lot different than the ones in the last game I'd played. They had eyes, and arms, and legs, and mouths, and they all looked horribly terrified at whatever was chasing them.

I saw Polokus appear, Globox looked at him in horror!

Polokus stomped on Globox, Leaving a blood puddle and a few bones and blue skin...

Polokus Began to slurp and eat the body, I watched in horror... 

Rayman e x e level 2

Level 2

The Scene faded to black and showed Murfy in the level dubbed from the game as RUN. I wonder why? It was called RUN.

Murfy looked happy and trying to keep his "Happy" look, He couldn't fly. There was a large gap from where Murfy was...

I tried to jump out of the gap, But failed and fell into the pit...

"SPLAT!" sounded and Showed Murfy's body on ground. Smooshed on ground harder.

GAME OVER! 

Then I called Max, He came out terrfied at the screen and Murfy's body.

H-Hi D-Did y-you -hic- the game...

Yes...

No you didn't Y-you didn't do Rayman's stage...

WHAT?!

Max was a... pussy like...

It was just a hacked version of Rayman 1...

I pressed start on Murfy's stage, I was teleported to Rayman's stage...

I moved Rayman right, Polokus appeared with a knife and stabbed Rayman 4 times in the chest and Rayman bleeded to death...

Max looked like he was about to cry...

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