DW95's Toy Story 2 V.2 Chapter 9: Duel of the DoubDW95’s Toy Story 2 V.2 Chapter 9: Duel of the DoublesDW95's Toy Story 2 V.2 Chapter 9: Duel of the Doub2 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Aaron looks behind the 'New' sign at Pete's Toy Barn. So far, no trace of T.K. He kept on walking hoping to find any trace of his friend.
As he walks on, he stops as he passed an aisle that caught his eye. Coming back, he looks astounded. This aisle is the Aaron Hall aisle. On aisles as far as the eye can see, there are a lot of Aarons in boxes waiting to be bought.
“Wow!” The Demon Prince looks amazed as he walked down the aisle.
He then spots a sign nearby. He looks amazed as it read "New Aaron Hall! Now with armor and belt!". He looks interested. A new toy version of himself! He’s got to check this out!
"Wow. I could use one of those." Aaron said with a grin.
Aaron climbed up the stand. As he looks up, his eyes widen. He remembers what T.K. told him when he first saw the Demon Trainer and compared it what Aaron is now seeing.
The Ultimate Aaron looks amazing. He had blue and grey armor and a belt. T
Isolation Theory, Chapter 11 Dr. Kerner's personal phone rang, and the contact was one she hadn't heard from in years.Isolation Theory, Chapter 111 hour ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
“Overachiever, it's been too long,” she said, her tone acidic.
“Desperate, dear, we need to talk,” Percy's smug grin was just as irritating when she heard it in his voice as it was when she could see it. “I hear you've sunk to a new low.”
“Hey, shut your stupid rich face. Some of us can't pick our customers.”
“Some people are smart enough to market to the everyman.”
“At least I'm not riding on my parents' fame.”
“Is that supposed to offend me?” he asked, “Because, that's exactly what I'm doing, very much on purpose.”
“I – I – ” she tried to come up with a retort, and soon gave up, “Uh – what do you want?”
Waiting for the World to Fall Ch 24John stumbled out of his room, his eyes only open just a crack and his hair sticking out at one side. He memorized the trip from his room to the kitchen so maneuvering around the boxes, stacks of books and the chests of demon parts. When he walked past the living room a blinding light hit him. John groaned loudly and put his hand over his eyes.Waiting for the World to Fall Ch 241 hour ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
“The hell?” John growled as he ducked past the light blazing through his living room and into his kitchen.
“Oh hey, you're finally up.” Lynda's chipper voice came from the living room.
“Yeah, I'm not much of a morning person.” John's eyes were still trying to adjust to the sudden light as he felt around for the coffee grounds.
“Coffee's already made. And it's after noon.” Lynda said .
She walked around to the dinning room to take a seat on one of the stools that was placed at the kitchen's breakfast bar. She placed her elbows on the counter and watched John grumble as he poured his coffee. He looke
Fly High: Part 4Part 4Fly High: Part 43 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
I was frozen. My limbs didn't want to move. The monster's large, black eyes were staring at me with an innocent curiosity, but I knew. I knew it wasn't all that innocent.
I moved my foot slightly to the right, ready to run. The monster watched me, until its circular head started to move, its lip-less mouth opening to reveal rows upon rows of whale-like teeth. The yellowish and rough texture dripped with saliva, and the fear that was instilled in me made me dash away. I dare not look back, hearing the monster's rumble as it started to follow me. My legs never stopped running, and the salty air stung my eyes as I attempted to get away. I felt the quakes from the monster as its huge hands came down on the ground yards behind me, and I saw the terrified faces of the islanders as they fled with me. I passed by them as fast as I could, and I could hear their last cries before being crushed. I didn't want to think about it. I only wanted to get away.
The sounds of metal and w
NaNo 17 (By Special Request)The crashing of distant waves were a long time aide and confidant to the woes and troubles of philosophers and kings. For most who heard them over the course of their lives the sound took on a back ground quality, becoming a part of life as necessary to sanity as air or precious sustenance. It became a sound that was taken for granted along with the setting and raising of the sun in its daily trek across the sky.NaNo 17 (By Special Request)7 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
But for one soul amid the thousands that called the fortress city of Spearpoint home, it was a companion she chose to confide in. The sea could no more challenge her than a rock, or in more recent days a member of the New Way party that acted in a similar capacity in parliament. But where the bull headed disregard for common sense was dressed in very fine words, the ocean’s constant chorus was a steadying beat she could think around.
Thus the mind of Kerri Wallace, by title Mistress Black Tower, by position Minister Of War, and by marriage kin to a future laird past the