The Secret of NIMH 2Narrator: Let me recap the story of the first movie using stolen footage. Remember, Don Bluth is not here so I can rape the story as much as I want. Also, it seems Nicodemus said something about Timmy being the Messiah, which doesn't make sense at all. Its like Jonathan Brisby was God or something!The Secret of NIMH 25 years ago in Editorial More Like This
Timmy: I'm so weak and useless and I will never be Mouse Jesus! *cuts wrists*
Martin: Yeah, I'm better than you, why can't I be the Messiah!?
Timmy: I love you bro <3
Martin: Take this present and go shoot birds elsewhere okay?
Mrs. Brisby: My goodness, I'm aged ridiculously since the last movie! Nevermind, Timmy, go to a place where you'll never see me again because you're the Messiah.
Timmy: Okay. Hey stupid crow from the first movie gimme a ride you worthless piece of avian crap!
Jeremy: Which way is Thorn Valley?
Martin: South by south by south!
Jeremy: That makes so much sense!
Twin Hitler Clones: Of course, don't you know anything about Geography!?
Abigail and the Rats of NIMH - Chapter 3Abigail and the Rats of NIMH - Chapter 32 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The furlings glided through the air in the flapper wingamathing for hours before the sun finally began to set through pink, parting clouds. The rain eventually began to let up. Once they were able to lock the wings in place, Abigail took to gazing over the side with Michelle as Edgar updated their map to include places they hadn't charted yet. But with the sun going down, they thought it best to land the craft somewhere so they could forage for more food and get some sleep too. They'd already gone through their meager food supplies.
"How far are we from Dapplewood?" Abigail asked Edgar, looking over his shoulder.
"I'd say we've almost tied our record now for the furthest we've ever been," he answered, "But the black trail hasn't taken us to any humans yet."
"We just need to keep going," Abigail answered, looking at the map, "Of course, after we stop to camp out somewhere."
Abigail looked at the regions around the black trail. She blinked when she noticed they weren't far from Oakdale m
Abigail and the Rats of NIMH - Chapter 26Abigail and the Rats of NIMH - Chapter 262 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Penny breathed a heavy sigh as she parked her car at the staff parking spot at NIMH, taking the key out of the transmission and gripping the steering wheel. She wore her lab coat and her usual uniform but her hair was unkempt, and she’d neglected to wear her makeup. She felt as if those things didn’t matter much anymore.
Somehow, she worked up the willpower to open the door and step out of the vehicle, closing the door behind her. She couldn’t name a time in her life where she’d been filled with more dread. But she knew just what she was going to do when she got in. Penny walked up to the entrance of the building, and swiped a key card through a slot at the door to enter. Once inside she headed straight for the lab with the test subjects.
She passed by Dr. Clark, who began to greet her, “Oh, Dr. Stacy, how are you-”
“Sorry, I have business in the lab,” she replied hastily, walking past the scientist.
She slipped her keycard into another s
The Secret of NIMH New Leaf ProloguePrologueThe Secret of NIMH New Leaf Prologue3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"Mrs. Brisby! Mrs. Brisby, wake up!" Justin's voice echoed. In all her surroundings, she could sense that her comrades were around her. Uttered voices, muttering about her, concerned if she was alive. Justin's voice trying to reach out to her so she wouldn't be lost. So she'd be able to take care of her children.
"Wake up, Mrs. Brisby! Please! Please wake up!" His voice echoed again. Mrs. Brisby moaned as she slowly opened her eyelids. Very slowly, she turned to him.
"J-Ju . . . J-Justin?" she said softly. The rat lightly chuckled, relieved she was alright.
"Oh, thank goodness! You're alright, you started to worry me there." Justin said, hugging the small mouse. Noticing the wrapped bandage around his arm, Mrs. Brisby hugged him tightly.
"I'm sorry." Justin seemed confused, but then got the idea. He figured she saw his wound, all bandaged up.
"No, it's fine! I'm okay."
"No! I mean I'm sorry all this happened. I-I-I mean Billy captured me--I-I couldn't get out of the cage and J
Abigail and the Rats of NIMH - Chapter 2Abigail and the Rats of NIMH - Chapter 22 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Michelle squinted, taking a quill and dabbing it in ink so she could copy from a book Cornelius was having her read. She was starting to learn the alphabet, soon she'd be able to read and write like Cornelius could. She coughed, and took deep breaths in order to avoid a coughing fit, or perhaps another asthma attack. Cornelius had herbal remedies prepared in case she did get one; yerba santa leaves or licorice root worked the best. She couldn't understand why the gas had done this to her lungs, and her eyes. But it was just another thing she needed to get used to, like the death of her parents. After staving off the coughing fit, she sighed, rubbing her throat, and getting back to work.
It was then that Abigail burst through the door, followed by Russell and Edgar.
"Michelle! Are you here?" Abigail called out.
She peeked from behind the pile of books on the desk, "What's wrong?"
The three of them ran over to the desk.
"Humans are coming," Abigail answered, "Get up, Cornelius said there
Abigail and the Rats of NIMH - Chapter 21Abigail and the Rats of NIMH - Chapter 212 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Penny didn’t sleep that night. She laid awake in bed, racked with guilt. She had, unintentionally, brought about the destruction of the group that had rescued her when she was a child, she now knew. In doing so she’d prevented the rescue of other children around the world. And she may have even caused the deaths of the ones who had rescued her as a child, Bernard and Bianca. She didn’t know for sure; they could have been among the ones captured to be experimented on. Or they could have not been there at all. Sixteen years is a long time. Maybe they were retired. Or already dead. But the mere possibility of them being dead because of her was unbearable.
It was Sunday. Though she’d been looking forward to her weekend break on Friday night, the wait now was agonizing. She’d go straight to the lab Monday morning, and the moment she was alone she’d look through the cages and find the new mice, see if Bernard or Bianca was there. And if not, she would ask