An Ordinary Battle Amongst Familiar Hills

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Do ́yo̸u̧ d̡a̡re t͠o cli̵c͟k ҉upón ͏the ͠im̶a̵ge͘ a͢nd d̡e̛l̨ìver̷ y̛ou͏r͜ pr͜a̸is̶e ͢unto Ḩim҉?

An Ordinary Battle Amongst Familiar Hills is a Flash animation based on the Sonic.exe creepypasta, a horror story about a cursed version of the popular video game character Sonic the Hedgehog. The screamer was published to DeviantArt by the user Hazard-The-Porgoyle on October 15, 2013. The animation pretends to be a still image.

The screamer animation starts with a depiction of Sonic fighting Eggman in the green hill zone. When clicked, it initially appears as a still image. However, after a few seconds, static begins to flash multiple times and gradually consumes the screen. Soon after, a glove (presumably belonging to Sonic.exe) touches the screen and gets absorbed into it. With the static now cleared, the viewer is presented with a dark, red version of the world, featuring Sonic.exe and the evil entity of Eggman. Both characters stare at the viewer, while the text is displayed on the screen with ominous messages such as "HELLO," "FOUND YOU," "YOU'RE IN MY WORLD NOW," "YOU SHOULDN'T HAVE COME HERE," "YOU CAN'T RUN," "YOU'RE TOO SLOW," "I SEE YOU," "SO MANY SOULS TO PLAY WITH," "SO LITTLE TIME," "WOULD YOU AGREE?" and "WON'T BE LONG NOW."

As the HILL song finishes playing, the Drowning Theme begins to play slowly, and the entire screen starts shaking, except for Sonic.exe and Eggman. The screen then twists and halts, ultimately cracking to reveal a static screen in the background with the words "I AM GOD" written on it. At this point, a 3D animation of Sonic.exe appears, accompanied by a loud scream and the words "Hey, I'll play with you some other time." The animation then returns back to the initial still image.


  • Now that Adobe Flash Player was discontinued at the end of New Year's Eve 2020, the animation is now actually just a still image.


NOTE: The following animation contains a screamer!

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