Jekyll and Hyde Confrontation - Kaiju EditionUnknown Location, 1000 years agoJekyll and Hyde Confrontation - Kaiju Edition16 hours ago in General Fiction
In a place not seen before by any living thing, all that could be seen was darkness. A massive expanse of emptiness which seemed to go on forever. No a single sound could be hear, and not a speck of life could be seen anywhere. It was absolute nothing. But then, out of nowhere, came a bright light which began to illuminate the darkness. Though it wasn't as bright as a sun, it was still bright enough to make this emptiness visible, and to reveal an enormous lake sitting in the center, completely untouched. Then, out of this mysterious light, came an equally mysterious individual who was slowly walking into this expanse for no particular reason. The figure was tall, black, and white while also appearing to be a humanoid/reptilian cross. It's entire body was pitch black, while also being covered in skeletal armor. An elongated tail with two tips at the end hung behind the being, swerving side to side as it walked. From a distance, it could be believed that
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AN/ Thanks to everyone who reviewed followed and favourited! I'm going to be updating (hopefully) every week.This chapter will be a LOT longer, cause a heap happens... Enjoy!!!
It had been months since Darlene had informed Nate of his little brother, newly named Mihael.
He noticed things had changed since that day, both good and bad. His Mother would visit him more often, their conversations were longer, and they would solve his puzzle together, over and over again.
He was able to guess why she had such a sudden change of attitude. Nate had known Darlene his whole life, he could read her like a book.
He saw a once strong, powerful women, who had been tricked, cheated and abused into submission, though her courage remained, small, but there.
She was sure that this new baby was her second chance to be a good parent. Nate knew that Darlene was secretly afraid of the silent, emotionless child she had raised.
She didn't need to say, Nate knew just