Caelum Lex Pt. 3 Chapter 37: ResearchCaelum Lex Pt. 3 Chapter 37: Research15 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
“We’re gonna stick to the plan.”
Fiearius sounded more confident in the decision than he looked, seated on the massive chair with his head propped on his fist, frowning at the floor as if it had offended him.
Leta, from her own couch across the room, didn’t question him though. He’d been torn apart by uncertainty every since Dez had departed the Beacon yesterday afternoon. If he’d finally committed to something, even something he wasn’t totally sure about, she wasn’t going to be the one to put more doubt in his mind.
He had Quin for that, apparently.
“And how we gonna do that?” she asked, standing behind him and absently massaging his shoulder with her fingers. The ship had arrived in Ellegy’s orbit with the other fleets last night so Leta was unsurprised to find Quin already present when she showed up at Fiearius’ temporary quarters this morning to discuss strategy for the upcoming meeting with Gates. By the looks
Bone Diggers - Chapter 34Bone Diggers - Chapter 349 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
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Spending time with Lance was the silver lining of many dull missions. Everything felt easier when he was around. The only problem is that Daniel and Lance still weren’t talking.
Instead of sneaking around like a thief, Lance got to enjoy the golden Paris sunlight as he ran errands for his father. But, trouble was lurking right around the corner.
A crossbow bolt flew straight into the heart of a man who stepped out. Lance stepped back at the suddenness of it all. The guard hadn’t even gotten a chance to take a breath after spotting him.
“Tarle,” the shooter called from behind.
Lance turned towards the voice, confusion only deepened when he saw Daniel standing there. “I’m assuming that was your work, Ortiz. Nice trick,” he said before glancing back at the would-be attacker. “How did you know he’d be there?”
“I have much to tell you,” Daniel said. The deja vu like foresight was wearing off, b
Ultimate F-ZERO: Red Canyon Bust The Fire Stingray raced out of the canyon at top speed. Several other machines belonging to the Nova Federation chased right after them. It was one machine, up against 15 of theirs, and things were not looking very good for Samurai Goroh.Ultimate F-ZERO: Red Canyon Bust16 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
A furious scowl was on his face, locking his eyes onto the road. Behind the canyon's pirate was a young woman wearing a black suit and a matching cap. She had a very frightened look on her face, while cradling a state-of-the-art rifle gun. The young woman's hyperventilating produced some kind of rhythm that Samurai Goroh had to contend with.
"Oh, please," he said, spotting a police vehicle that got over to his side.
He quickly pushed a button to his left, and steered left, initiating a harsh side attack. The violent force sent the police vehicle flying in the air, and right off the cliff and into the canyon depths. Another boosted ahead, right next to the pink machine. Samurai Goroh recognized th
Thorns typesRed thorns are attack thorns, it increases the user and comrades attack and strength by 30% and lower the enemies strength by 20%. It can bind down enemies and best type of thorn to use for a air attack.Thorns types11 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Blue thorns are speed and agility thorns, it increases comrades skills by 40% and decreases enemies by 20% blue thorns can drag down any giant enemies quicker
White thorns are defence which increase comrades by 40% and enemies by 50%, white thorns are useful for those who are close range fighters and if it charge long enough a thicket of thorns will appear and if any comrades goes near the thorn their defence will increase by 60% and deflect any enemies attacks but will stay their for a short amount of times.
Green thorns are healing type of thorns which will fully recover comrades health and drains enemies only by 15% if any type of user who have the green thorns and want to fight they can create a thicket so comrades can run towards them and get heal, but stays up for a small amount
My Insanity, Chapter FiveMy Insanity, Chapter Five18 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Silence overwhelmed my ears as I sat in the meeting room waiting for Tobias, Boedog and Otic. I had called them to discuss something I wanted to do and hoped I could carry my idea out with little resistance.
It had been a few months since the Chiva and devastating events. Since then I turned my attention inward to try and cope with the recent losses. I was at a point where I felt like I needed to do something other than mope around crying and clutching the masks of the ones I loved. It was difficult to come to terms while lying around and getting constantly flooded with memories, I just need to get out and get some fresh air for a bit.
I stood and greeted everyone at the door as they came in with hugs and ruffled hair, together we sat down but it pained me a little. The look in their eyes was one of pity, something I didn’t want and something I wanted to change. I needed to start moving on, we all did.
Caelum Lex Pt. 3 Chapter 38: DescentCaelum Lex Pt. 3 Chapter 38: Descent15 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
It was still early when Leta drifted down the Beacon’s empty hallways towards the docking bay where the Dionysian was parked. Early in the morning, but late to the party, it seemed, as most of the crews of both ships were bustling about in preparation. Of course they were. There was a lot to do. The Dionysian set sail for Satieri today.
She brushed past Maya who was unloading the ship’s unnecessary cargo into the care of Cai, past Eve who was arguing with Rhys over which guns to bring, past Richelle in deep discussion with Addy and straight towards the Dionysian’s captain, solitary and focused on the side of his ship, a panel open and a monitoring tablet in his hand.
“Everything alright with her?” Leta asked as she approached, mainly to announce her presence. Fiearius, she’d found out, still hadn’t quite adapted to his new lack of peripheral vision. Leta had never seen him as startled as he’d been the night before when she’d acciden