Deviation Perspective II

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Deviation Perspective II - ONISM MAN at the Center is a currently ongoing short story written by Andrew Allanson. It is a sequel to Deviation Perspective I. It's far longer compared to the previous entry, with two seperate parts. At the moment it is only available on the YIIK discord. It was originally posted on December 1st, 2022.

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Part I[edit | edit source]

I. ONISM[edit | edit source]

ONISM is defined as that which connects fantasy and reality together, as it allows you to meet other versions of yourself. The Camera, The Choir, and The Critic are affixed to a wall with ONISM MAN in the center of them.

II. The Court[edit | edit source]

A nameless boy is lying in bed, having trouble with sleeping. The moonlight creeps into the room and projects a livestream onto his wall. It stars a man named William (also referred to as the King). All viewers are shown as IP addresses, effectively making all of them nameless until William calls them out directly. William calls out two people, who are now named Bartonimus and NEWP, the new jesters for the show.

The day after has another stream, where NEWP and William are in voice chat. NEWP suggests a video to watch, which is an interview of Kisage X conducted by ONISM MAN. ONISM MAN asks a bunch of questions showing that he only has a surface-level understanding of Kisage X's work, or ones which seek to elevate ONISM MAN's ego. A notable example is his reaction to Kisage X's film Blackened Pond, a film about a pond which shows a mirror world of a much happier reality. ONISM MAN said he had a better idea for the film- that it should instead end with him entering the mirror world. While Kisage X tells him it's a metaphor for the knowledge of death, ONISM MAN's only response is that he has criticism for death as well.

The next morning..............

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XIV. Fortune[edit | edit source]

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XV. Initiate Elect[edit | edit source]

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XVII - Killing time[edit | edit source]

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XVIII - What was it like to be Asuka Furutani?[edit | edit source]

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XX. - Original Criticisms[edit | edit source]

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XX-1[edit | edit source]

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FINALE[edit | edit source]

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Part II[edit | edit source]

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2. Pippi Blindstocking[edit | edit source]

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3. I’m immortal by proxy too, probably.[edit | edit source]

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4. Ape Escape[edit | edit source]

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5. My other friends funeral[edit | edit source]

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Six - Sub perspective[edit | edit source]

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Seven - Sub sun perspective[edit | edit source]

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Seven - celebration[edit | edit source]

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EIGHT - The Blackened Pond[edit | edit source]

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Nine - Narita[edit | edit source]

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Ten - Bang. Thump. Pop. Bang. Ricochet.[edit | edit source]

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Ten - Memorable VHS 1.0[edit | edit source]

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Eleven - Memorable VHS 2.0[edit | edit source]

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Twelve[edit | edit source]

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Thirteen[edit | edit source]

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Fourteen - VERRAFormer manifesto[edit | edit source]

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Fourteen II - Simon K[edit | edit source]

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FIFTEEN - The Perfect Crime[edit | edit source]

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