Double Death: The Ending'Doesn't seem like home anymore,' Pause thought gloomly as he looked at his friends body laying on the ground, two dogs and a pup laying close to their master's body; also lifeless. The freshly crafted golden apple rolled slowly out of the bag, a second one following it out. Pause reached down and picked them both up. He placed one in a small pouch for safe keeping. He held the warm apple in his hand, feeling the life giving energy it contained, and bit down into it.Double Death: The Ending3 years ago in Drama
He felt his life's energy come alive as his spirit was renewed. He looked around, disheartened to see another friend laying not too far away on the ground. He walked over to see Vintage, lowering his head with a soft sigh. He turned and went back to Etho. 'The elders will be displeased at this.'
He sat on the ground next to his friend as he begin to undo the clasps of the ninja's bags and remove them from his body. "You gave it your best old friend. Rest well. But I need your stuff." He looked through the various bags and
Beef and Pause (So In Love) Ch 01~Beef POV~Beef and Pause (So In Love) Ch 013 years ago in Introductions & Chapters
It was an ordinary day, as Pause and I were caving together. It had been months since the two of us last caved with one another.
"DIAMOND!" Pause exclaimed, happily as he started to mine it. "Wait Pause, make sure there's no..." it was too late. The diamond fell into lava. I continued, "lava behind it. You just lost the diamond!" Pause hung his head in shame. "I'm sorry, Beef. I didn't mean it.." he went off to search for more diamond.
A while later, I found what I thought was diamond from a distance, but in return, it was lapis. "Can't believe you lost that diamond, Pause," I muttered. "I SAID I WAS SORRY OKAY? It was one diamond, stop talking about it!" He shouted. "One diamond could make a shovel," I added. We walked up on a huge, unexpected ravine. Pause started making a pathway along the edge, and I just stood there in awe. The ravine was very beautiful. It deserved a screenshot. I F2'ed it. "BEEF. BEEF, BEHIND YOU! CREEPER!" I turned around as I swung my sword but, it
Stolen Kill: The BegginingNight was approaching quickly in the sleepy village of Applerise. The people of the small settlement were closing their shops and readying themselves for bed. No one could have predicted the deaths their humble and peaceful community was about to bare witness to. A blacksmith looked out the window of his shop. He saw a stranger passing through. But like all others that came through over the past few days he simply ignored it, closing his curtians and laying down to sleep for the night. He was unaware of the coffins he was about to help craft the next day.Stolen Kill: The Beggining3 years ago in Drama
He ran through the woods as fast as he could. His heart was pounding in his chest like a heavy musical beat and his breath was becoming shorter with each step. He stopped and kneeled behind a tree, slowly drawing his bow. Instinct said shoot and run, but he needed to know who's life he was about to take. He peered around the trunk he kneeled behind and sucked in a sharp breath, trying to calm the beating of his heart.
'Damnit,' he tho
Beef and Pause (So In Love) Ch 02~Beef POV~Beef and Pause (So In Love) Ch 023 years ago in Introductions & Chapters
When I was dismissed from the hospital, I thought a lot
about Pause. Guude and BdoubleO never gave me an answer
about him. Depressed, I walked back to the Nether hub.
As I went to exit Doc's tunnel, I saw someone standing
infront of my track with a diamond sword in his hands.
I didn't recognize him, so I texted Guude who the colorful
"Millbee. He's the latest edition to the server. He was
added about three months ago."
A new member? Why didn't anyone tell me? He was holding
a sword, so I didn't want to provoke him. He then took
out his cart, and rode my rail. I got frightened. Was this
Millbee guy out to kill me?
Instead of riding a cart, I walked the track, just in case.
When I came to the other end, I didn't see him anywhere around.
I went into the portal. Still no where in sight, so I walked
into my castle.
"WELCOME BACK BEEF!" Everyone from the server was there. I was
shocked, what was this? A 'welcome home' party? There was cake
everywhere. Cake for days
Etho's Hitlist Set-Up - DramatisationEtho's Hitlist Set-Up - Dramatisation3 years ago in General Fiction
Upon returning to his base and finding the prank that MCGamer, Nebris and Arkas had so kindly gifted him with, Etho took a look around. MCGamer returned to make sure that nothing was broken and to relay some news to Etho.
MC looked a little sheepish, "So Pause came on while we were doing this and tried to stop us "
"Did he kill you?" Etho laughed, thinking of his comrade.
"No." MC shook his head, "We killed him, 4 times actually." He laughed nervously, before hastily adding, "He was being very sneaky though! He waited around the corner in the Nether Rail and hide behind some blocks that we used to cover up a little gap!"
Etho continued to smile, but it was almost unnoticeable from beneath his cowl, "Well I'm gonna have to get you back for this " He turned around to get another look at his nether'd base.
MC ran for the portal, "I wouldn't expect anything less!" He left and Etho began to clear up the nether rack and soul sand.
A few weeks later, Nebris arrived bac
Ruins of the MindcrackersThe final towerRuins of the Mindcrackers2 years ago in Short Stories
By Dominique Dubois
* This is a story based off of the last episode of the ruins of the Mincrakers 2 series by PauseUnpause, VintageBeef and EthosLab.
Warning: This story contains creative modifications and exaggerations
Link to the YouTube series in the description below.
As they neared the end of the tunnel, Pause, Beef and Etho let out a sigh of relief. This was the final one, the last artifact and they would be free. Free of this accursed place. Free of it's gruesome foes and mind destroying labyrinths. They had faced so many perils in the past few month, deadly traps, horrifying creatures and Silverfish. But they had conquered them all, they had survived.
And then, there it was, the Zistonian Lens, the final obstacle to their freedom. One more stretch and they would be able to return home to their loved ones. As they stood there ready to end this, they fell to their knees devastated, for they now saw what perils awaited them at this wretched