Hollywood Way Pt. 1 There was a big rumor about two puppeteers that once lived in a mansion on the street of Hollywood Way in California. The rumor has been spread throughout the world. It has been said that there are twin puppeteers that once lived there. One of the twins is a boy, while the other is a girl. The boy’s name is Calvin, and the girl’s is Callie. The story is that if you go near their mansion, you will end up being made of plastic and wood with a painted face. Your veins will turn to strings, and your organs are saved to make parts for their other “visitors.”Hollywood Way Pt. 12 years ago in Fiendish Fan Fiction Contest More Like This
I’m not really afraid of puppets. I collected some when I was younger. Since I have such a love for puppets, I decided to go ahead and discover if the legend was true or not. I honestly thought it was foolish. It seemed like something to tell a child to keep him or her pondering through a stranger's house. Although it seemed that way, I always loved a good
Still the Same Girl (Revised)The Abyss was singing her to Its bedside tonight, unfolding black sheets into soft and smoky wisps. Let go, It hummed. You gave so much already. Come rest, Nami. There’s no sense in fighting it any longer.Still the Same Girl (Revised)2 years ago in Phase Two More Like This
A few steps away from Bell-mère's grave, Nami’s body stood in the moon’s pale and unflattering glow. Her mind, however, wandered elsewhere, opening fragile memories she swore she’d never touch again.
She drew in a sharp, cold breath and hung her head low. Nami was as worn as an old sail flapping limply on the high seas. Those fierce winds, once filling her with joy, now seeped through holes that had been torn through her spirit. Many had knifed Nami, but none so much as her sister. Nojiko’s last words weaved in and out of her head: “You're still the same girl.”
Nojiko. She couldn't have been more wrong than a rock with an eye patch. That so-called “girl" had perished with her mother, Bell-mère.
Last (Edited Draft)There is no one who truly knows how to face the end that lies beyond the end of the world. One day, the seven Moons shine beneath the Sea of Enkre, as they are supposed to, and the next day you find yourself drifting away, your world diminished to a mere fragment of what it used to be. You open your eyes in the light of the Moons, and for a moment you forget about the cataclysm from the night before, or you think everything was just a bad dream. You look at the alabaster walls around you, still intact, and you tell yourself all is as before. You insist there was no Armageddon, no catastrophe, you tell yourself those galaxies, all those people in them, could not have perished. Even as you cast your gaze upward, you assure yourself that your people are safe, but there are only six Moons in the sky.Last (Edited Draft)2 years ago in Phase Two More Like This
Time drifts by and the people speak of strange things, of cities of fire looming on the edge of the Sea of Enkre and cliffs of ice standing beside them, and you notice there are only five M
The Same Compartment - orig. by magicwingsforeverThe Same CompartmentThe Same Compartment - orig. by magicwingsforever2 years ago in Phase Two More Like This
Originally written by magicwingsforever
Edited by Indiana
When they first met, James Potter and Sirius Black didn't expect to be lifelong friends. They were just two boys sitting on the Hogwarts Express, shoved into the same compartment by some rowdy fifth years. Each of them kept to himself, and it wasn’t until James spotted Sirius’s broomstick advertisement booklet, tossed carelessly onto the seat, that the two of them began talking.
"What team?" James asked enthusiastically, pointing at the Quidditch players clutching world-class brooms on the cover.
Sirius snorted, glancing at the booklet and then to James. "Chudley Cannons, of course. I just went to see them, they were bloody amazing! You?"
James stared at Sirius, his eyes wide in amazement. "Same, my dad loves to take me to their matches! Gonna try out for the house team?"
Just like that, the two were friends.
When James joined Sirius at the Gryffindor table, they grinned
Last (written by dparparita, edited by me)No one truly knows how to face the end beyond the end of the world. One day, the seven Moons shine beneath the Sea of Enkre, as they are supposed to, and the next they are gone. You find yourself drifting away, your world diminished to a mere fragment. You open your eyes in the light of the Moons, and for a moment you forget. You forget the cataclysm of the night before, it fades from your mind like a strange and distant nightmare. The alabaster walls around you assure you: everything is still intact, all right, normal. There was no Armageddon, no catastrophe. Ridiculous, how could all those galaxies, all those people have perished? But then you walk outside and you see there are only six Moons. Time drifts by and people start speaking of strange things, of cities of fire standing on the edge of the Sea of Enkre, and cliffs of ice standing beside them, and you realize only five Moons are left.Last (written by dparparita, edited by me)2 years ago in Phase Two More Like This
By the time you are down to your last Moon, you will have gone through numbness and pain and
plain When I woke up Hack wplainplain When I woke up Hack w2 years ago in Phase Two More Like This
When I woke up Hack was at the main computer.”Oh good mornings shadow,”he said vary calm. “Report,” I Yelled. “You have an Email from your cousin in Paris,” He told me. “looks like you and me get to go on a little trip hack.
I left a note that red:
Dear Every one
Me and hack Eye are taking a little trip to Paris. Well we are gone Clover is in charge. You WILL listen to her, do what she say's to, and treat her as if she was me. See you soon.
“I hope they don't throw a party well we're gone,” Hack just had to say. “I hope you didn't just jinks us by saying that,”I tried to make him laugh. We borded in our plain with no one seeing us. “Good thing we have badge's that say we are secret agent's on a secret mission,” Hack blurted out. “Lets hope no one herd you ,” I whispered.
We got on the plain. I sat Quietly for a wile then Hack stated staring at me so I asked, “Is there
[EDITED] Episodes of Neville's Perspective.-Episodes of Neville's Perspective in Hogwarts during the Second Wizarding War (EDITED)[EDITED] Episodes of Neville's Perspective.2 years ago in Phase Two More Like This
Neville Longbottom gazed at the passing scenery, feeling the slight rocking of the *Hogwarts Express*. Darkness had fallen onto the landscape hours ago, an indication that they were coming closer to their destination.
"Everything is going to change now, isn't it?" Ginny Weasley mumbled breaking the long silence that hung over them.
"At *Hogwarts*?" Luna Lovegood responded.
"Yeah...at Hogwarts" They were thinking the same thing about their first impression when they first arrived at Hogwarts, it seemed like a place of starting a new chapter, but now the idea has collapsed.
Hogwarts. Everything will be different. The Death Eaters which is a group founded by Voldemort, full of racial pure bloods, had somehow infiltrated the school and positioned Professor Snape, as the new headmaster. Neville could not understand how Professor Snape could betray them like that, how twisted could he really b