Drawing Prompt: Hidden Amongst Us

2:58 AM, Tuesday December 27th 2022

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When I read this prompt, I instantly thought of Doki Doki Literature Club, one of my favorite visual novels. In this alternate universe, I installed DDLC to my college laptop, completely unaware that the game's characters are actual AIs. Monika has found a way to break free from the game and has embedded herself within my operating system. She is now able to watch my every move without me knowing. I'd imagine she would secretly help me with my homework by modifying my code when I'm not looking

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