Herobrine and Notch: Story 1
This story begins 1997 Minecraft NPC village population 35 Herobrine & Notch were mining for diamond very close to lava. Herobrine & Notch came across two holes Herobrine went left Notch went right about 5 hours later Notch had a message saying Herobrine tried to swim in lava.
Herobrine and steve: Story 2,
Steve and Herobrine lived in a NPC village house and went to a abandoned mine hoping to find daimond redstone or iron. Steve & Herobrine find a hole in the wall they go through it Herobrine finds redstone he goes to mine it steve turns around and finds diamonds but he is scared of lava and the daimonds are across a pool of lava.So Steve gets Herobrine to make a cobblestone path to the daimonds when herobrine reaches the daimonds Steve goes to help Herobrine he acidently pushes him into lava.
Three years later Steve finds Herobrine and thinks he killed him he found a map that lead to the abandoned mine when Steve gets there the mine is coved in redstone torches and has a iron door leading to the pool of lava. Steve sees herobrine standing in front of daimond blocks Steve tells herobrine it was an acident Herobrine trapped steve in the mine when Steve gets out herobrine set the whole NPC village on fire steve sees lava behind herobrine and uses his bow to knock him into it.
Herobrine Story 3 (creepypasta),
This Creepypasta begins one night; a Minecraft player is browsing for seeds to put on his game for a video. He kept browsing, kept searching for a seed since the other ones didn't look fascinating. But then he clicked on a page with a seed labeled 'Herobrine.exe' once he clicked the more details link.
A download appeared on his desktop. He got suspicious, but launched the program. Odd enough, the username was his first, middle, and last name. He automatically knew that this wasn't just a hacked client; but he kept playing on.
Once he launched the game under his username and password. There was no Mojang logo. The title screen wasn't normal. The MINECRAFT Logo had moss and blood on it. The panorama background had a brown sky, and black clouds. The grass was grey and had mutilated mobs on it, organs and all. The water was crimson red and all the trees were burning. Where the version number was in the normal game is it said:
"Herobrine Will Kill You 666" And the Mojang copyright message where it usually says Copyright Mojang AB, don't distribute!
It said, "It's too late now. You can't escape!" and the GUI had only one working button. Singleplayer, which already had one world in it, "PREPARE TO DIE!" was its title.
The player hesitated, but the world automatically loaded without him clicking the mouse. He spawned in a world similar to the one in the panorama, but the render distance was tiny. The sound was gone, except for murmurs, whispers, moans, and occasionally a cry or scream. He got scared, especially when seeing a cow.
The cow looked completely normal, but when it turned around. It had white eyes with blood underneath his eyes. The same eyes with blood were on all the mobs. Then, the song 11 played, but it slowly got slower and more demonic. Then he saw what appeared to be Herobrine; he was holding a fire block and was halfway in the fog moving his head to the demonic music. After the song was complete, Herobrine's face appeared on the screen with sharp teeth and bloody eyes. Showed for a second, then the player died, but not like a Minecraft death, the game cut to a third person view.
Of his character getting stabbed by and invisible force, it was more gruesome than possible in the Minecraft graphics. It showed the player with his intestines falling out and him bleeding as a huge wound in his abdomen gushes organs out of his body. It was so realistic. The lights in the player's house went out and he respawned in game. He kept exploring and found a hut on a mountain. The player made his way up the mountains. Randomly finding signs along the way saying things like "You can't Run", "Turn back now", "See you in hell", etc. These signs were covered in blood and the last one was the most gruesome of all. It said: