Sayoriquest Mashup Megamix

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Sayoriquest Mashup Megamix is a screamer video uploaded to YouTube by user woutmees on April 1, 2019. The video is based on SAYORIQUEST by the same creator, which is a Doki Doki Literature Club! parody of Neil Cicierega's BRODYQUEST.

The video starts with the same cheery music as the original video, with Sayori walking left to right over the first two verses of Doki Doki Forever by OR3O, which are sung by Sayori and Natsuki. Then it transitions to Monika no.5 by maki ligon, which features 4 copies of Monika dancing to the beat. During this section, the video stops, and a fake buffering symbol pops up for a second. In the end, Monika loses her face, before turning gray as the rest of the screen is engulfed by abrupt television static. After several seconds of darkness, there is a scrambled content warning screen from the video Doki Doki Chibi Soldiers 2: Ȩl͟ec҉tr̢i͢c ͏Bo͠òp-a͡l̢o̵o,[1] also by woutmees.

The video resumes, but Sayori now appears faceless and ghost-like, and the background turns into a series of dark clouds. Several unsettling messages pop up throughout, including "AWOKEN" translated into binary, "RESTLESS", "I DON'T WANT TO SLEEP", and a series of mad ramblings talking about how there is "NO END", being taken "AWAY FROM PARENTS" and "DON'T KNOW WHAT'S CHASING ME". The music is replaced with a low drone, before a demonic voice played in reverse says the following:

"Now, of course, it's pretty normal for a baby to cry all the time, but this lasted until age 5. My parents told me that it became so bad, they genuinely believed that I was possessed by some demonic entity. They told me the story of how one time, they even had to hire a priest to exorcize me, because they didn't know what else to do."

Suddenly, white noise blares as the clouds are replaced by pitch black. Sayori starts to approach a light labeled FREEDOM. About a second before she reaches it, a red Monika with the mouth of Smile Dog and the eyes of Smile Cat[2] pops up with a high-pitched screech. A message appears written in base64, which decodes to "April Fools ;D".



NOTE: The following video contains a screamer!

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