A Plunge Into Chaos (Chapter I: Part XVI)A Plunge Into ChaosA Plunge Into Chaos (Chapter I: Part XVI)1 day ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
(Chapter I: Part XVI)
The group of six entered the elevator. Burns pressed the large silver three on the wall in front of him. "Thank god the power hasn't gone out yet, eh?" Said Burns as the elevator doors shut.
"My knees would never forgive me if I had to take the stairs every time!" Burns said with a smile on his face. "We have all of the keys to each room with us. If you would each like separate rooms then that can be arranged." Said Burns before the door to the elevator opened.
"What do you guys think?" Crissy asked as she looked back at Garth and Vince. "I think separate rooms would probably be best." Said Garth as Vince nodded in agreement.
"How did you guys clear everyone out of here?" Asked Crissy. "We didn't. The government did. When they locked the city down, people panicked. Everyone here started packing up and trying to get out." Answered Burns. "Did any make it out?" Asked Garth.
"I think the military presence around the city prevented anyone from atte
Carnival - FFM day 26She loved going to carnivals - ever since she was little and she would go with her family.Carnival - FFM day 262 days ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
The fairy-floss was the best part, in her opinion. However, she'd always had a knack for the games.
Even the rigged games, the ones that no-one was supposed to win, she'd managed to fluke a few times.
This year, there was a new game.
Digging into her rather massive mound of fairy-floss, it was only out of the corner of her eye that she spotted the unfamiliar stall.
It was bland on the outside, and, curiosity peaked, she moved closer to have a better look.
A middle-aged man stood behind the counter, and behind him, a brightly coloured wheel and a pointer.
"What's the game?" she asked the man casually, licking fairy-floss from her fingers.
The man grinned, and maybe it was just the stupid amount of sugar in her system, but she felt somewhat - no, very - uneasy.
"A small price for three spins of the wheel. Each colour hides a prize."
"What's the prize?" she asked suspiciously. The grin spread