Tails Generations 22 Years Apart SummaryThis is a summary of my above mentioned fan fiction since the story is quite long and complicated.Tails Generations 22 Years Apart Summary59 minutes ago in General Fiction More Like This
It is recommended you read it first, otherwise everything below will be spoilers for you!
Progress Title Stage/Rival/Boss Original game
Prologue: A Freezing Cold Reception
Chapter 1: The Calm After The Storm
Chapter 2: Mee
Abduction Ch.3Warning: Character Death. Gore. Violence. Mature Content.Abduction Ch.34 hours ago in Drama More Like This
Disclaimer: I do not own any Brother Bear characters
Summary: Koda gets kidnapped! Will Kenai save him before it's too late?
Slowly waking up. His eyes fluttering open and his vision blurry. He blinked a few more times. Clearing up his sight and found that he was in a tent. Like the one when he was back home. And for a second he thought he was human again, but that idea immediately left when he found his hands were paws.
"Oh, it's about time you woke up." An old woman walked up to him with a wet cloth and whipped his face.
"Tanana?" He groaned. He tried sitting up but found he couldn't when a large pain radiated from his shoulder and hip. Shouting at the pain he collapsed back on the blanket he was sitting on.
"You've been shot twice. In the shoulder and th
A Dalish Wardens last days: Chapter 5Chapter 5: Who would let an elf decide?A Dalish Wardens last days: Chapter 514 hours ago in General Fiction More Like This
"So it is decided. Alistair will take his father's throne." Arl Eamon called out to the Landsmeet in a incredibly confident tone, Ahimee wasn't sure Alistair agreed however. Since he almost instantly voiced his opinion on the matter.
"Wait, what?" Alistair started confused. "No!" He continued flailing his arms a little. "When did this get decided? Nobody's decided that, have they?" As he said the last two words he turned to look at Anora and Ahimee, Ahimee looked away however. She had told him of the plans for him and Anora to marry. So it shouldn't be a massive chock. Right?
"So much for our plan to rule together. If Alistair would rather not have the throne, I am more than willing to take it." Anora exclaimed and turned to Arl Eamon. Who seemed rather unpleased with the current situation.
"I hardly think you are the proper person to mediate this, Anora." He said turning to Ahimee.
"Warden, will you help us?" Arl Eamon asked her and Ahimee felt
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Though Rai'cell had wanted privacy, she had knowingly short circuited all of the cameras within large room inside of a military headquarters. This resulted in a massive scolding for both her and Nathan. They had found out that the cameras were on the primary circuit for the complex and thus, they had shut down much of the area in the process.
The lights had been conducting an ecstatic dance all day and night, powering on and off at even the slightest tremor of energy use. While Commander Karter was off trying to vent her frustrations away from her son and into reparations, Mistress Rai'lei enjoyed poking fun at her daughter and son-in-law.
"I thought human culture liked to hide what they did, not make it front and center. I kinda like that in a man." Once more, she was licking her lips. Rai'cell's face transformed into blush as she hid behind Nathan, gripping him tight as though claiming.
Fool's Errand 7: The PurgeFool's Errand 7: The Purge1 hour ago in Romance More Like This
Title: Fool's Errand 7: The Purge
Game: Dragon Age 2
Characters: Cullen, Marian Hawke, Anders, templars, Merrill
Disclaimer: Dragon Age and its characters belong to Bioware. Includes DA: Inquisition speculation and mild spoilers
Chapter summary: Upon leaving the Gwaren Chantry, Cullen runs into some old friends and discovers what wartime templars do now when they discover a mage.
It hit Cullen as soon as he stepped outside the Chantry, the feeling that something wasn't quite right. The morning sun had finally burned off the fog and shone down brightly on unusually quiet streets. The only people he saw were hurrying into the Chantry, looking fearfully over their shoulders or grasping their chantry amulets for comfort.
Hawke must have sensed it as well since the silly grin they had shared inside was gone, replaced with a tense wariness. In silent accord, they started toward their rendezvous point to meet the other