Entry #19: Chemistry is Math I never realized chemistry required so much math, two thirds of chemistry seems to be math. They should give you both math credits, and science credits for it. The teacher says we haven’t even gotten to the worst part, which she says is where we calculate moles and stuff. Oh fudge, what have I gotten myself into? I should have taken zoology again.Entry #19: Chemistry is Math 6 hours ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes
DA- Find your FutureFortune Cookie FortunesDA- Find your Future23 hours ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes
1. When you come to that one special crossroad, turn right. The fate of the world may depend on it
2. I sense that when you met the love of your life, one of the two of you will be wearing shoes. Keep an eye on people with shoes. You never know what may happen
3. Beware of suspiciously sharp objects. You may be dead, but you could always die again.
4. I sense death in your future. It might be in your past. I’m a little unclear on this whole fortune telling stuff
5. Wearing those new shoes you bought are going to give you good luck.
6. Two years from today on a Monday, you’re going to have the best day of your life.
7. Someone named Yue might steal your socks. Beware.
8. Every exit is an entrance to new experiences.
Different Depictions: GirtabliluOne of the stranger and less-known sentient races of the world, the girtablilu or the scorpionfolk has little press, either good or bad – and that is not unexpected. Like the other tauric races, they came into the world either via divine wrath or demonic favor; the few texts that mention the scorpionfolk usually involve them being created by dark, chthonic demon-gods as warrior-minions. The demon-gods are gone by now, but the girtablilu had remained, eventually moving away from their initial homeland of Middle East towards the more hospitable land of India and its environs.Different Depictions: Girtablilu21 hours ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes
A girtablilu is an impressive sight. An average member of this race can easily reach 4 m in length and weigh over 300 kg, though there are sightings of particularly powerful girtablilus that are even larger than this. This is comparable with some of the other tauric races, such as the centaur of the southern Europe and the Balkans, who is often lumped or paired with the girtablilu (but only in textbooks) as so
Dawn of the dinosaurs- a new era65 millions years ago i was born, i was born as the youngest of the sibling of gigantosaurus. my mom and dad was the biggest gigantosaurus around. they was feared by many, and i of course loocked up to them. i wanted to become big and strong as them. i was not as the other gigantosaurus in my age, i had made friendship with a another carnivor named red eye. she was a carnotarus. a smaller yet deadly predator too. she was friendly towards me and she promised to keep our friendship as a secret from our families. we had made a promise that whatever happend we would never figth in a actuall kombat as long we lived. we had so much fun together but sadly it did not last that long. my older cousin dark claw showed up one day and he had found out about my friendship with red eye. so he ended up killing her family. i tried to stop him but i was way to small. when i came to red eye's home i was too late. all of ther sisblings and mother was dead. she was the only one who survied the attack. i trDawn of the dinosaurs- a new era8 hours ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes
Adventure Time!He spends the next few days with his mother, staying with her as she oversees her realm, the Elf Village. He idly draws just about everything he sees: from the floral, to the fauna, to the buildings and finally to the people. He learns the history of the place: built by the Elves centuries ago. His mother being chosen to watch over them soon after. They’re a regal people, full of elegance and calmness. After Mother had introduced him to them, they had crowded around him, questioning him and letting him question in return. Artelus like this place. He decided this shortly after arriving. It’s full of bunnies, deer and other friendly creatures.Adventure Time!17 hours ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes
During the time, he catches up with his mother, getting to know her and he feels silly for even thinking she wouldn’t like him. She’s told him of his aunt, the eccentric sounding Nightfall, and he’s told her about Father. He’s been staying in her rooms in the Hallowed Hall and last night, he showed her some of th
Composed100 Theme Challenge Mix-Up 2Composed17 hours ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes
Everything upon his desk was laid neatly – not a scroll nor quill out of place. Facing the windows of his study behind the chair, he stood with his spine straight, hands clasped at his back. Golden eyes were soft and heavy-lidded as he gazed out of Caeblin.
He had to be calm. Composed. These were outsiders he was dealing with, and he knew it would take every presentable piece of him to address the matter at hand.
“The man and his son have arrived, my liege,” Sidika murmured.
“Send them in,” he replied, tone gentle and low as he addressed the dark elf at the door.
Lowering her head, she opened the portal and allowed two fair-skinned humans inside. The elder glanced at her with a perked brow and a frown, edging from her slightly.
Watching in the glass's reflection, he frowned. That wasn't a good sign.
Approaching the desk, the heavy-set man had his fists braced against the wide berth of his h
Curiosity and the CatSealed on the immortal beast's back, the map was safely locked away in the library of Catawampus, protected by that institution’s labyrinthine shelves, thus closing the chapter on the Gammon-Catawampus War.Curiosity and the Cat18 hours ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes
Sebastian sat, surrounded by other books on the subject of goblin military history, and stared at the page. An immortal beast mentioned by name and location in a history textbook was something he had never encountered before. If Alistair had known about it, then maybe… He shook his head, bringing himself back to the present moment. There was no point speculating about what might or might not have happened in the past.
Still, the prospect of meeting this supposed immortal beast in the flesh was intriguing in and of itself. It might be worth traveling to Catawampus someday to see if the story were true.
Though Sebastian knew Imperial geography by heart, Ataxia was another matter, so he jumped from the bed to a table where a gigantic atlas sat, open to a map of a mountain r