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For the last 30 years he has been the sole protector of the legendary Diamond Town. Every hour it snows, howls, and storms. Every week, wave after wave of invaders crawl through the woods scouring for a bit of fame and glory on this lost island — and he cuts them all down with indiscriminate slashes of his sword. No one has survived being the Guardian as long as him, and the shadows are seething with vengeance in the forests and mountains.

A vengeful cannibal from a lost invasion, ancient beasts stalking about the mountains waiting to attack, and a fresh new batch of invaders with a beautiful berserker and emotionless captain are simply a few of the festering plagues on this cursed island. There will be no respite. There will be no end to the war and strife. The winters are growing longer, the cold harsher, and the enemies bolder. Take a walk in the footsteps of the Diamond Town’s Guardian and his world, through his own blood-weary eyes. Count your footsteps and mind the silence, it’s time to hunt, and to fill the graveyard again.

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Monsters, monsters, everywhere. A Northern Pike with a taste for little boy blood. One lonely robot gardens beneath an apocalyptic storm with a dead promise in mind. A haunted locomotive violates a forest with its underworld track. Two siblings wreck the earth in a dispute of godlike powers. A poetic wraith scribbles bloody lyrics on a ghost town’s windows. The urge to feed sends a werewolf on an annual trip to an isolated lake. A bored and omniscient being is locked in a nuclear prison after having destroyed the earth with just one hand. The dark arts make their own prodigy, and he knows it. A brother and sister hunt each other for the sake of boredom. Fear itself gives life to a doll in the attic, even though he’d rather be dead. A fountain watches a mad scientist maroon an entire village. Toys inside a deserted shopping mall kidnap a little boy to give them a taste of immortality. A haunted highway is the safest place around, if you follow the rules. The oldest hunt on earth between man and devil takes a break for some vanity. A man drives to commit suicide, but is distracted by a siren who never needs her voice.

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An eerie earthquake with a mysterious creature in the Gulf of Mexico unleashes an unknown seed onto the earth. An old man watches the long-abandoned slaughterhouse across the road gleam to life under phantom light. An immigrant working at a thrift store notices something inhuman in one of the mirrors. A stressed-out father wonders how a dead streetlight starts working under the shape of a faraway stranger. A random burst of graverobbing and disturbing taxidermy hits an old cemetery in Saint Paul. A little girl digs in the closet for a gun as her parents prepare for the drum. A pilot fights an unknown abomination on the star-edged rim of heaven and earth. A little boy counts the seconds through the sights of his rifle before the world gets walked by monsters. A woman hiking in Duluth bitterly watches the old weather patterns be imprisoned by walls of overgrown greenery. A young man plays with suicide on a deserted college campus as living death hunts him every night. A child scrounges for food in an empty restaurant till a sewn-together employee makes an appearance. Three soldiers on the outskirts of an abandoned city plot revenge on the nightmare hunting them.

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