When OH GOD THE RAPTURE IS BURNING is finished, I'm going to go through each and every log and assemble a complete list of credits for each and every thing I need to give credit to. And that's gonna be a lot of work. But in the meantime, I've assembled a short version! And revised! And revised one more time.
Antagonists based off creatures from The Fear Mythos
The Slender Man is copyrighted to Victor Surge.
"Big Ones" homage to SCP-093
This particular story's portrayal of The Empty City homage to secretcity
Dogscape taken from the creepypasta of the same name
Various puzzles from Ciphers and Beacons homage to video games I grew up with
Some characters loosely based off or using visage of my friends, including but not limited to:
Daniel Finnegan, Eric Taylor, Catie DeBiaso, Thomas Minor, Michael Brown, Paul Botsford, Tropers/BobbyG, "alliterator," "CuteWithoutThe," "The Visitor," "LizardBite," "ExorcistGamer," "MesserTod," "LoveHopeRainbows," "Allanbag," "Foolamancer," "RedRockingHood," "Cadet," "Rappu," "TheSomnambulist," "Omega," "queenofinsanity6"
Any characters portraying real people do not even begin to represent the person's actual views, opinions, choices, personalities, or anything. I stress this.
Any locations portraying real places do not represent the location's actual state of being, landscape, map, political standpoint, or anything.
The thousands of songs and albums and bands portrayed in this story are completely copyrighted by their own labels and producers and writers. I do not claim ownership on a single thing here.
Promotional art by "Cadet," Catie "Fentzy" DeBiaso, "shapedlikeitself," "Rappu," and "The Visitor"
Promotional videos by Jordan "DJay32" Dooling and Eric "Bones" Taylor
Leitmotifs in promotional videos by Bound by the Moon
Written by Jordan "DJay32" Dooling
"August 14th, 2011," "August 15th, 2011," and "August 27th, 2011" have excerpts written by Catie "Fentzy" DeBiaso.
I give full permission for the story OH GOD THE RAPTURE IS BURNING to be used in any way, shape, or form the Fearbloggers see fit
Post-Jordanism: noun- The artistic (cultural?) movement which began in late 2011. Works within this deal with themes of existential crisis, identity crisis, posttraumatic stress disorder, the state of being broken, intrusive thoughts of (non)existent(?) memory, the morbid preoccupation with suicide, grief, uncontrollable emotion, and darkness as a simple abstract concept. ex. 1: "Kill me."