The Trouble with Girls- Goat HuntSilence. The moonlight danced along the trodden trails of the tundra, and in the dark, eyes of multiple colors flashed among the tree line. A pack of the great beasts that called this land their home left the comforts of their human companions to venture into the dark, instincts fueling the internal desire to hunt and feast. The full moon sat high above them, casting light against the various coats and colors of the submissive pack. Five all together, it seemed, consisting of a solitary male and four female companions, and as the scent of game drifted past the male’s muzzle, silver eyes lifted themselves from the snow covered ground. The four that sprawled around him, caked in the fluffy power, all raised their heads in interest, the yeti being the first to let loose a bark of confusion and curiosity.The Trouble with Girls- Goat Hunt17 minutes ago in Short Stories
Her rich chocolate fur lay hidden under a layer of ice, snow and piebald, and her eyes were the only ones that did not flash the constant color like the rest of her group. She stirr
Ed Edd Eddy's Robot Rebel Adventure Chapter 7The Morning rose up into the sky of the wasteland that was the Cul-De-Sac and beyond. Once more the frozen ice that lay over the land quickly melted and faded away as the light bore down onto the junkyard where the three Ed’s slept soundly in the van. Eddy who made the driver’s seat his designated sleep spot leaned against the window as the sun’s rays hit his eyes. He mumbled in his sleep and lifted a hand to shield him as he fell onto the horn on the steering wheel causing it blow its musical effect causing all the Ed’s to wake up with quick fright.Ed Edd Eddy's Robot Rebel Adventure Chapter 723 minutes ago in Short Stories
“Wha! Robots are attacking!” Ed screamed as he grabbed his large laser rifle and quickly dove right out of the backdoor of the van bursting it open pointed his weapon everywhere ready to defend their command center.
Eddy slapped his forehead in annoyance as Double Dee calmly got off the water bed and walked outside.
Jasper x Reader- My Housemate the GemJasper x Reader- My Housemate the Gem26 minutes ago in Short Stories
‘KEEP BEACH CITY WEIRD!’
You groaned and began to pull off the three dozen posters advertising Ronaldo’s blog that decorated your shop windows. Sure, you loved your crazy best friend (who still acted like a child besides being sixteen), but you had never given him permission to break into your shop in the middle of the night and put posters everywhere. Damn his crazy obsession with weird and wonderful paranormal activities. You thought he would finally give up his addiction when he discovered that everything weird that happened in Beach City was due to the Crystal Gems but noooooooo. He got even MORE addicted.
“I get he enjoys learning and discovering about the gems but does he have to destroy every one of my window displays with posters?” You groaned and pulled the remaining few posters off, stacking them in a neat pile on your counter with the blue-tac in a clump to the side. Maybe if you left one of his fliers on your notice board, maybe Ronaldo
Between a Rock and a Hard Place- ROFMorning was just peaking over the snow tops as a pair sat together, both sets of eyes falling on the reflections that played in the water under their feet. The female, though relaxed, carried a firmness in her eyes. With every glance she shared with the golden eyed Dire, brown hair fell gracefully and gloved hands ran crossed a hunting knife. The jawbone handle flitted against her open fingertips as the blade made contact with protected palm. She found herself smirking ever so slightly as the tawny beast beside her heaved a sigh, his breath leaving warm wisps in the wintry air. The pair had been traveling for what had felt like an eternity, though only a few days sat between them and the start of the Rite of Fortitude, and annoyance showed in the heavy, golden eyes of Dire built Tokota. Much like the first day they departed, he carried little enthusiasm for the grueling task; however, with each passing day, his rider had noticed more of an urge in his gait. His head had grown lifted, hBetween a Rock and a Hard Place- ROF28 minutes ago in Short Stories
Team Polar Frost - Cactus Fields - Cactus Cookout"Hey, waitress! One Salac Juice over here!"Team Polar Frost - Cactus Fields - Cactus Cookout1 hour ago in Short Stories
Gabbi turned and smiled sweetly at the Pokemon who'd called out for her and replied, "Comin' right up! Ah'll be right back with yer drink, sir!"
"Might I have another order of that Embers-in-a-Pita thing? That stuff was delicious!" Another voice called out to her.
"Hold on just a moment, hun! Ah'll be happy to get tha' fer ya!" Gabbi exclaimed proceeded to run-walk over back to the kitchen to get the orders.
Once in the kitchen, Gabbi asked for the necessary items to bring back to the guests quickly, then went right back out to go help out with other things at the Cookout.
'There're so many folks out her tonight! 'S crazy how many!' Gabbi thought to herself while cleaning one of the nearby tables. 'Never thought how busy it'd be t' help out at th' cookout... But even so, it still is a lotta fun~!'
"Order up!" A voice from the kitchen called. Gabbi perked up and went back over to the kitchen. Noticing that her order was ready, sh
Arid getaway END -Cactus Field tasks-Arid getaway END -Cactus Field tasks-1 hour ago in Short Stories
“Oh my! What happened?! Is she alright?!” Another voice cried.
The source of the shout coming from a small crowd nearby would undoubtedly capture her attention. She stretched her neck, inching closer for a better look of what was bringing so much concern. Her head tilted to each side repeatedly as she tried to make it out.
Ultimately she was able to catch a glance of its center. A lightly feathered figure stood in it, clearly displeased with the attention by the way it briskly trudged through the crowd. For a moment it looked back to glare at its followers, its mismatched gaze difficult to miss even with the long furs drooping over it.
Dawn’s ears perked up to the sight.
“Yue!” She exclaimed, immediately quickening her pace towards him.
He hardly noticed the fox with all the other people surrounding him. Too many inquisitive eyes wandered around the limp body in his arms. Pale, almost looking as if it lacked any life if
Aganice was Ransomed -A-Aganice was Ransomed2 hours ago in Short Stories
Lydia of the Maera Clan stood out on an open field under the indigo sky, eyes wide. The plains stretched for miles, from the warm sea of the north to the cold forests of the south. Aside from their party, the only other inhabitants were a herd of mastodon, just out of reach.
She had seen pelt after pelt of them, countless pictures and paintings, but nothing was quite as amazing as seeing them in person. They were enormous animals with shaggy brown fur, tall and wide as castle walls, with a long, snaking trunk, long tusks like spears, and stout, powerful legs. Even the babies were much taller than her, that was obviouseven from this distance. They were wanderers, headed in the opposite direction they were heading, where the grasses were warm and fertile, and they were her family's spirit animal. The iron mastodon of the Maera clan hung from the bead necklace she wore for good luck.
Her father appeared beside her, a short but proud man
Rite of Hunt - Walrus HuntingNanuq walked towards Sandstone and pulled the leather straps tighter so her tack would not fall off. The tawny tokota didn't own a saddle because Nanuq was not fond of riding, but she owned this nice leather harness. It was the harness of Nanuq's and Attila's tribe, traditional made from reindeer leather. So it was no surprise that the ginger man looked over this tack on his male Cappuccino again. They were standing on their start line, making sure everything looks perfect. Only one person and one tokota was missing but they would arrive soon.Rite of Hunt - Walrus Hunting2 hours ago in Short Stories
"Did you hear? They send us hunting a walrus!" Chrissy walked to Nanuq and Attila, behind her her brown male Ryuk. The three tokotas and their handler fulfilled their first two rites together and became really good friends. Now it was time to do the third and last rite, the rite of Hunt. And the news that they had to hunt a walrus didn't excited the tokotas too much.
"A walrus? Really? Those are really nasty things with a thick skin. I would rath
Giantess (gentle)Ever since I could remember I have been living in this house. Only one other person lives here with me and they have no idea I'm here. She is much bigger than me. In fact once she almost killed me accidentally. Compared to her I'm as tall as her big toe. So as you can see I'm at the mercy of her. This is why I have to be sneaky.Giantess (gentle)2 hours ago in Short Stories
Every 3 or so day I have to go for a food run. My goal during these runs get as much food as possible. Today was a food run day. Today was dangerous though. Today she was home. Usually she is not home when I go on food runs but today she is.
I prepared my self for the run. She was in another room it was the perfect time to do it. I ran as fast as I could to kitchen. I had to go from the back wall of the living room (my home) all the way to the table in the kitchen. I ran and I ran. After about 5-7 minutes I reached the table. I took off my backpack and filled it full with whatever crumbs I could find. I start my run back to my house. I was ver
My adventure part 7 season 2 I recently received a letter from Felix. He wanted to know how it was. I replied that it was hard and we would face an army of Lugias. He said he and Lugia will go and fight with them. When the time came that the Lugias attacked, I sent him a letter telling him the battles had started. It was a straight up war with Pokémon shooting, being/ eating Pokémon, and Pokémon screaming in pain from bullets. When I went to man my gun, Pokémon looked at me like I had been in multiple wars. But I guess I didn't just look like it, I was made for it. I hit with almost every bullet I shot. When we won the battle, we set up camp after the Lugias retreated. " Why do you have so many scars?" Josh asked me after we set up our camp. " I have had a rough past." I answered. " What happened?" Nick asked. " My tail is gone from slavery, my eye is gone because I was shot there then died, my paws and legs are missing parts from digestion, and my ear is theMy adventure part 7 season 22 hours ago in Short Stories
The 300 foot woman.The 300 foot woman.3 hours ago in Short Stories
Chapter 1. She has arrived.
Beverly Santoro was walking through the large redwood forest, she towered over the trees and in the distance she was seen as her head and shoulders were above the tree tops. As Beverly was walking she was moving the large trees aside like weeds and as she walked the trees just swayed from side to side. She was 300 feet tall and I was way up between her massive breasts, I was forwards a bit in front of her right breast, I was getting a great view of the forest. Beverly had on her tight white shirt with cleavage showing and she had on her skin tight pantyhose spandex.
As Beverly continued to walk through the large redwood forest the ground under her feet just trembled. I was getting a great view of the large forest , from a giantess point of view. She walked for a bit and she stopped and looked down at me, "So are you having fun, lets leave the forest, I will take you home." thundered
Grill-master Arthur Turns Up The Heat Arthur considered himself a connoisseur of many things, ranging from proper table etiquette to the slaying of his enemies. Yet he considered the critique and consumption of ale to be his most applicable skill in the current time period, second only to the slaying skill-set.Grill-master Arthur Turns Up The Heat3 hours ago in Short Stories
Of course he also doesn't have any of the vital functions used to drink said ale, being a literal sword.
But that doesn't mean he wouldn't give it a good college try though. He had kept the notion that in a land dogs talk and resurrection are commonplace that certainly, there was a way for a reanimated tool of war to get a pint and actually be able to drink it.
So that's how he found himself on the ground floor of the Thirsty Cacturne after dropping off the teams luggage in the floor above. The tavern itself was quaint, most of the patrons to busy sizing the others up for when the eventual bar fight broke out to converse with each other. A few of them we'r
Catching Fire - Mini Mass RPFeaturing: Princess 'Lassie' Saoirse and Guardsman Lorvell (NPC)Catching Fire - Mini Mass RP3 hours ago in Short Stories
Mentioning: Lord Zeus Trident , Princess Dusk , Lord Thorodin
and Princess Lieza
Autumn , 763 of the New Age
Familial Glade (Glenwood) , Glenmore
A deep deep sigh escaped the pale little princess as she laid on the grass in the middle of her home glade. Her mom and dad had taken her brother and newborn baby sister to the royal meadows and she...well had been grounded. For running off and wrestling with commoner fawns. It hadn't been her mother's idea to punish her like this, nor had it been her father's it was her grand-father who suggested it
Setting FireFeaturing: Sir Uriel, Brid (NPC) and Duke Florens (NPC)Setting Fire3 hours ago in Short Stories
Mentioning: Lady Noelle (NPC) and Duke Fedor (NPC)
Autumn , 763 of the New Age
Glenwood , Glenmore
The sun sparkled through the golden tree crowns this morning, giving the wood an air of peace and harmony. Only the sound of clashing antlers far far away reminded both stags and does that the time of the year had come. Rutting season. The golden stag flickered his ears as he heard the familiar noise but didn't give anything on it. He wasn't a young buck anymore. He was almost pass his prime in fact but this was his second rut he would participate in. However he had a harem of loyal ladies and being a respected member of the guard, a lieutenant, he does not need to fear challenges as much as other stags did. He could be almost sure that if he comes home by the end of the day, his does would be there waiting for him.
So he used this fine day to visit one of the fair maids that
SinfulThe pain was undescribable, yet it was a pain she knew very well... The pain of childbirth. But, no, this was all wrong!! She couldn't be pregnant, surely? It was true that she had bred to Hagen, but that was at the very end of rut! She had been certain that it hadn't taken... She felt no cramps in her belly.. There was no kicking of a lively fawn within her. She didn't grow ill every morning, as she had when carrying all of her other children. Her sides didn't grow any larger and her appetite and cravings didn't change... It had seemed that it was too late in the rut.. She hadn't taken...Sinful4 hours ago in Short Stories
She had been promoted to a warrior very early in the summer. After showing her prowess and capability as a warrior she immediately began to train as a raider. It would be some time before she could potentially be promoted to such an honorable rank, but she was willing to learn.. Kerras, her raider friend and the sire of her children, had been going to Glenmore on duty soon. She went with him, so that
Team Gemini Cactus Field Tasks - First Impressions“Well, now,” the Liepard crooned, “I am a little sad we won’t reach Geoda just yet, but to travel by wagon…my, my, it almost makes up for that, hmm?”Team Gemini Cactus Field Tasks - First Impressions4 hours ago in Short Stories
Vidya looked to the Liepard. “Mal. I have to ask…after all, you said you were a thief. You’re not going to try to steal anything around here, are you?”
“Aww, is that a problem?” Mal looked over her shoulder, chuckling. “It’s not an imperative to me. I really did go through that dungeon to check this place out.”
“You mean to scout it out, don’t you?”
“Well…I’d be lying if I said that wasn’t a part of it. And if I do see something worth taking…I just might.”
“I know you said you’re a nice ‘mon, but a thief? With what you’re saying now I can’t trust you.”
“Nor should you,” the Liepard said.
“Mal, unless you promise to leave everything alone that i
Rylee and the cat Rylee and the cat.Rylee and the cat4 hours ago in Short Stories
A young girl was going on a walk. This girl's name was Rylee. She loved to write and make short story and today she was thinking about a really good one.
So she thought maybe this walk would give her some ideas. One of her friends on D.A was named Morgana Evelyn Roundstone. Rylee did not think this was the girl's real
name and her username was moonheartmo. And Morgana's persona was even odder. Her persona was a monster girl that Morgana called a insanity beast. It was able to
take power from people's dreams. Good or bad. Morgana said it was really scary and creepy but Rylee thought it was cool. Morgana also said she wanted to come to
where Rylee lived so they could meet. Rylee did not know what Morgana really looked like or what she sounded like. Rylee thought about her stor
The Dance ContinuesAramis panted at the exertion but never the less put his guard up once more, watching the Jigglypuff warily. The pink creature lay still, its dead black eyes out of sight. Aramis had no wish to see those eyes again if he could help it. He stalked slowly towards it, the boards of the stage creaking under foot. It was very still, so very still.The Dance Continues5 hours ago in Short Stories
Tasha could hear the milling of the people as they left the theater. The Jigglypuff did not seem like it was an immediate threat any longer and called for Aramis to follow her out the door. She gave the Ralts hybrid a quick looking over to make sure he had not been badly hurt. It did not look as if the Jigglypuff had managed to inflict very much damage on him to her great relief. He would probably have a couple of sore spots and bruises but nothing a bit of arnica would not help fix up in a jiffy.
She headed to the front of the theater with
Into the Mountain Camp was set and packed in less than 24 hours. Moving along the base of the mountain, Jay looked to the sky. The further north they trekked in these mountains, the colder and more harsh the weather would become. He turned back to look over his group. His group men, and well, Leslee. They were researchers, scientists, engineers. They needed to reach this summit to complete their mission. It seemed like such a simple thing. Something not truly needed, but as a pilot himself Jay did need this tower up. It would save lives further north and ultimately save the lives of the pilots flying close to these mountains. Jay reached over and patted his tokota companion. The white seal coated female turned her head to lick his hand before bounding off to retrieve the other four tokotas.Into the Mountain5 hours ago in Short Stories
“Joe, whats the report?” Jay turned to the balding man who was packing his saddle bags. His yeti mount, Geneva, plodded over to him, her golden barred fur s