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The notes scattered throughout Yharnam in Bloodborne can be helpful, trickery, or somewhere in-between. In the case of author Natalie Zed, however, she’s trying to leave behind poetry.

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When playing Bloodborne, players carry a notebook. This notebook allows you to leave comments for other hunters by stringing together a set of different words and phrases.

Illustration for article titled One Writer Is Trying To Make iBloodborne/i More Poetic
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Once you’ve picked a template, there’s another set of words you can choose from.

Illustration for article titled One Writer Is Trying To Make iBloodborne/i More Poetic

Zed, author of DOOM: Love Poems for Supervillains, is a fan of Bloodborne, and her Tumblr account has chronicled her attempts to spice up the otherwise darkly sarcastic notes abound.

Illustration for article titled One Writer Is Trying To Make iBloodborne/i More Poetic

“have mercy, keeper, or have audience with wrath”

Illustration for article titled One Writer Is Trying To Make iBloodborne/i More Poetic

“reeks of light, but it is all thanks to false god”

Illustration for article titled One Writer Is Trying To Make iBloodborne/i More Poetic

“nothing but light comes here, and the sky and the cosmos are one.”

Yharnam may not be an especially cheery place, but it’s lovely to watch the players do their best.

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