The Fall Of The Rainbow Factory Chapter 3The Fall Of The Rainbow Factory Chapter 34 years ago in Short Stories
THE FALL OF THE RAINBOW FACTORY
Chapter 3: The Fall
Word of warning: This Chapter contains blood and gore. If no pony is a fan of that stuff watch at your own risk. Enjoy Everypony!
As the two guards walked into the cell room to get the next failure. Something didn't seem right...The cages where empty! As the guards began to walk around suddenly a long metallic chain was hurled down from the shadows above as the chain swiftly and silently wrapped around one of the guard's neck and yanked him up into the darkness. "Well this is bad...another break out...but...then why aren't the alarms going off? Don't you find this weird at all yard stick? Yard stick?" The guard said as he heard no response from his partner as he turned and saw this his partner was gone. "Eheheh ok yard stick haha your very funny..now stop messing around and help me find them." He said out loud getting abit nervous. Suddenly without warning a body fell from above and landed next to the guard...It was yard stick, a gree
Daring DamselThe jungle never felt so dense.Daring Damsel3 years ago in Short Stories
Daring Doo, an adventurous treasure hunting mare in the tropics, roamed the jungle for some time now. With her trusty archaeologist's hat covering her greyscaled rainbow mane, her mustard yellow wings now healed and can assessed, but yet she prefers sticking to the floor at the moment.
She's free at the moment, with no assignments in her list, she decided to take some time memorizing the place just in case a digging site emerges. With the jungle being as active as ever, filled with brown-green colored barked trees with their light green leaves. The floor covered with dead leaves and humus. Insects making their way through the labyrinth of tree roots and branches. She covered only 5 percent of the forest and she plans to memorize one more percent of the whole forest. Trotting casually, she headed north.
It seemed nearly an hour. Daring checked her map, updating it with pencil sketches of the areas she explored. As she continued to walk forward her feet ca