Infinite slime. You sit in your lane soaking exp, but you being to get slimed uncontrollably. After ten spurts you start to worry. Your body is sticky and it reeks of slime. You desperately attack the Murky eggs but that only makes the slime worse. The slime accelerates. It’s been three minutes. You can’t stop getting slimed. Your lane is covered in a thin layer of baby murloc slime. You try to wash in your fountain but the slime builds up too fast. You try a cleanse. The slime is too thick to be cleansed. You get in a Warden Cage to prevent the slime from escaping. The air grows thin and humid from the slime. The slime accelerates. You slip and fall in the slime. The slime is now six inches deep, enough for a pufferfish to swim in. Sprawled on your back, you begin to get slimed from all directions. Globs of the sticky green fluid begin to fall like raindrops, giving you a slime mascara. The slime accelerates. You struggle to stand as the force of the slime begins to propel you away as if you were on a slime themed slip-and-slide. Still on your knees, the slime is now at chin height. To avoid drowning you open a warden door. The deluge of murloc juice reminds you of the Great Molasses Flood of 1919, only with slime instead of molasses. The slime accelerates. It’s been two hours. Your support and tank scream in terror as their bodies are engulfed by the murky-green sludge. Your squishiest teammate goes under, with viscous bubbles and muffled cries rising from the goop. You plead to God to end your suffering. The slime accelerates. You time-stop the Murky to stop the slime, but it begins to leak out time rifts instead. You let go. The force of the slime tears your armor off, leaving only your naked body covered in slime. Your body picks up speed as it slides backwards along the slime. You smash through your fort, hurtling into the sky at thirty miles an hour. From a bird’s eye view you see your base is completely green. Tychus calls his mech. The slime accelerates. As you continue to ascend, you spot the Odin. The Odin takes aim, but stray loads of slime hit it in the missile barrels, jamming them. The slime accelerates. You are now at an altitude of 1000 feet. Raynor’s banshee arrives. The banshee circles you. Hundreds of missiles get directed at you, yet you stay conscious. The Murky claims you as its host and keeps you artificially alive. The slime accelerates. It has been two days. With your body now destroyed, the slime begins to replace your organs. You break the sound barrier. The team deploys dragons to chase you down, but the impact of the slime sends one dragon crashing to the ground. The realm lords decide to let you leave the Nexus. You feel your body start to burn up as you reach the edges of the atmosphere. You narrowly miss the Hyperion, giving it a new green paint job as you fly past. Hanzo struggles to calculate your erratic trajectory. The slime accelerates. The slime begins to gravitate towards itself, forming a comet trail of slime. Malfurion begins calling you the “Comet Slimey.” You are stuck in space forever, stripped of your body and senses, forced to endure an eternity of slimes. Eventually, you stop thinking.
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