New Paths .:Shadamy:.Ch. 6New Paths .:Shadamy:.7 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
'I thought he was dead..'
"Where am I?" I refrain from jumping at his deep voice; it isn’t much different from hearing a ghost. ” ‘Of course he wouldn't know where we are. He came from the other dimension. But could this really be him?’ "Shadow.. Is that really you?" He furrows his brow. "Aren't you.. Amy Rose?" I smile and nod. It's him, no doubt. "Yeah, that's me. And you’re in Möbius, my home dimension." He looks around before walking back towards the trees, and I follow him cautiously. He doesn't know his way around here; I know he can take care of himself, but I feel like I should offer him some help. I reach out to tap his shoulder. "Shadow~" He turns suddenly and seizes my arm, pulling me towards him. "How did I get here?!" He demands; I gulp. "I'm not sure. Everyone who was Mobian had to go through a portal and go back home." "Why?" His eyes burn into me, and he squeezes my arm harder; I pull back a little. "Something about our
Mages of Myth - Book 2 Chapter 5Chapter 5Mages of Myth - Book 2 Chapter 58 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
King Ruben Esquire, his daughter Princess Tabula Esquire, his mage Ebon, and the five mages stood in the throne room.
“Do you think it was an assassination of some kind, Majesty?” Griffin asked this question to the king, who sat in his throne next to his daughter.
Ruben shook his head. “Speak not that word; I distrust it. No, there’s no way my daughter’s bed could have been taken up into that tree except by magic. But Ebon’s is underclass, and I know it’s not you five; you just saved our lives.”
Pegasus crossed his arms over his chest. He stroked his white bearded chin. “Could there be any other mages in the pass?”
Ruben shook his head. “Not for ages, and I’m sure you all know that very well by now.”
Ebon glared darkly at the mages as he stood near the thrones. “How do we know for sure it was not you five, or any one of you for that matter? How do we know this is not a ruse?”
JILLY'S FABLESCHAPTER 2….Treasure HuntJILLY'S FABLES9 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Jilly was back at the fishnet waiting until the beach was empty. It had taken her longer than she expected to prepare for her ‘first real expedition’ on land. There were some things that all adventurers shouldn’t be without. She touched the large shark tooth that had been fashioned into a knife, held in place by a rope belt tied around her middle. Also, tucked into the belt, were large seaweed fronds that can carry any treasure she finds. And of course there was a hat that Cindy made for her out of woven reeds.
As she watched the humans, she thought back to the reaction she got from Granny and Cindy when she recounted her first brave adventure onto the beach. Granny’s eyes got so big Jilly thought they would pop out and Cindy yelled “You didn’t!” and her jaw dropped almost to the floor. “Yes I did…and I didn’t explode or burst into flam
The SearchCharacter FilesThe Search9 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
It came from within, that gravely screech of warning or invitation. Whatever caused it was hidden away in the depths of the cave where light curled away and the air tasted of decay. The villagers told stories of a beast covered in hair, larger than three huts, and with teeth that ripped through flesh like water. When asked why they stayed, they replied, “it only attacks the guilty. We’re honest people, making honest livings. We have nothing to fear.”
Their village rested in the middle of two mountain ranges that dipped low enough for a pocket of life to resume. It was difficult to get to and possibly even more difficult to travel out of with their items for sale, but they managed one way or another. They were good people. Housing was offered to weary travelers, food was provided for those with or without ways to pay, stories were shared freely.
Layla almost felt bad for believing them to be a vil
The Outside Characters: Chapter Twenty-EightChapter Twenty-EightThe Outside Characters: Chapter Twenty-Eight10 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
LuluCalliope: Thanks for explaining how Phoebus was in the book. I’ve only read through certain parts of it and the rest I’ve simply skimmed over. :/
Princess Gakoshi: I’ve only read a few parts of the book and I have noticed that Frollo is indeed a tad more affectionate toward Esmeralda than he does in the movie. Though, I figure that can be true for ‘movie Frollo’ as well.
Energy witch: I don’t know, he may surprise you. I think after being saved by the very magic that he once scorned, his heart might have grown a couple sizes that day.
Karona BHM: I’ll do my best with the Dawn scenes! I hope to not disappoint. ^^ Speaking of Yvette and Kayla, if I play my cards right, you’re in for a laugh.
Phoebus looks at me and asks, “Miss, are you alright?”
I answer, “Yes, sir.”
He gestures to the covered window by pointing his thumb. “There is a group of women outside that say you were take
Darkness Shimmer- The broken panels on the floor*I will add music later, my computer is being a pain*Darkness Shimmer- The broken panels on the floor10 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
This is a very important chapter here, with a lot of points on how the characters will act from now on.
Extreme character personality traits will be revealed.
You have been warned.
Soon, the wounded group returned to the guild, Cloud still asleep, and Gray still carrying her. Wren the whole way was silent, and Panic glaring occasionally at the ice mage. The whole group walked into the building, everyone immediately parting, heading to the apartments in the back.
Felix sighed, putting his sword down by his bed. He looked up, shocked. Even though he had been gone for two months, all of his stuff was unpacked, and put away neatly. He sat on his bed, and pulled out his book, and began to read.
A knock sounded on the door. Felix, closing his book, got up and opened the door. The guild master was standing there. "I hope you're comfy!" She yipped, wagging her curly tail. The dragon nodded. "Yeah, I am." He murmured. Her express
The mystery girl(Forgot to add the title to the last page. Oops. ^~^)The mystery girl10 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
I groaned as I woke up on a metal table. I was cold and I had a slight headache. I sat up and looked around. It looked like a lab. Than I remember who saved me. Four mutant turtles with different colored mask and weapons. I looked to see if they were here, but I didn't see them. I saw a door and slowly got onto my feet. I was a little unsteady at first, but after a bit was able to walk fine. I looked around the corner and saw what looked like a living room. Than I saw one of my saviors. He had an orange mask, than I remembered he was the one that kept me calm. I smiled a bit and walked out into the living room a little hesantly. I walked closer to him and saw he was watching a scary movie eating...pizza! My stomach growled and I widened my eyes. I stepped back a bit as he looked behind him than I tripped on a skateboard and fell down as the board collided with my elbow. "Ow...." was all I was able to mutter. "Oh I'm
No Balance Pt 3 - Bara Kuro's TaleReaching the Village the group paused long enough for their see you later before Team Shinobu started for the hospital. Kakashi looked after them when Obito called back "come on the Hokage is waiting."No Balance Pt 3 - Bara Kuro's Tale10 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
At the hospital Shinobu set Bara on a stretcher watching as she was taken away before moving to sit with his team and wait. In time a doctor came out and explained that it was simply an infection, and that time, medicine and rest would help her. He told the team for now he was keeping her in the hospital for a week but her one arm would have to remain dressed for at least two weeks with the dressings cleaned often.
With the all clear the group entered the room with their resting friend. Shinobu sighed "good nothing to bad not that she will like it much." Goro smiled "oh I have some ideas how to keep her entertained for a time. A wooden target on the opposite wall and some stars and kunei she will be fine working the other arm." Shin
Bideath chapter 6It had been several days since Leif had become a Prowler for the first time. He found that he could change by will, but it was triggered involuntarily by gunfire.Bideath chapter 610 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Okami ran tests on Leif while he was a Prowler. They found that Prowlers had a complex muscle build that stopped bullets, yet arrows, knives, and stabbing objects stay in, causing muscle damage.
Tigress still didn't like Leif very much. She tried to avoid him at all costs, even when she had to be in the same room as him.
"Tigress and I will be gone tomorrow night. We want you to stay here and don't get killed." Okami said, snapping Leif out his daydream.
"And what am I supposed to do?" Leif asked. "Beside avoid getting killed."
"Figure it out." Tigress growled, walking passed.
"Please, don't get irritated with her. She is from a ti... Place that there were almost nobody like use. No humans, I mean." Okami explained.
"Where is that?" Leif asked.
"Umm... A very secluded place in China." Okami said, pulling out his Katana
First of Dawn: Chapter eightChapter eightFirst of Dawn: Chapter eight10 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The return to Analee’s world had been a shock, needless to say. The power that those elves summoned to send her back felt vastly different than before and it amazed her. The ring of trees was not upon Lycanthropia, nor the lanterns, stones or water, but these elves in particular had no need of those things.
It was all internal. All of that fire, water, wind, earth and electricity was inside of each and every one of them. It was amazing and alarming at once. These elves on Lycanthropia could not only summon the elements, but they really seemed to be a part of them too. Their blue hair with blue eyes, green hair with green eyes, yellow hair with yellow eyes, silver hair with silver eyes, and red hair with red eyes brought forth their respective elements it seemed.
They’d made a circle about her and chanted almost silently, the elements necessary for transport springing to life from them. She could see their auras, as Bru’iun had called them, swirling aroun
UntitledClover' P.O.V.Untitled11 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
I woke up from passing out to see my wound were healed for now but were still bleeding a bit. I felt light headed but I was used to it. I heard a car though from a few feet away, too far for the Kraang to hear but with two pairs of ears human and cat I think I could definatly hear better than them. Was it the Shredder...no it couldn't be. Or else he would have stopped closer to the building. Are these my saviors, or new tormentors. Please just help me. A tear rolled down my cheek as I hope for something good.
Mikey had been annoying us the whole entire time we we're driving asking "Are we there yet? Are we there yet?" When we got out of the Shell raiser I smacked upside the head. "Ow.." He complained and glared at me, while I growled. "Come on guys no time to be fighting." Leo whispered as we snuck inside the secret base. Finally we can bust some shell. I clutched my sais ready to hit some Kraang bots and maybe a few ninjas too. Than Leo stopped us and poin
Nierra's Journal - Of Rifts and Games27th of Applefall, 1817Nierra's Journal - Of Rifts and Games11 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
It's been a while, but I have been busy this past week. Where to start? I spent longer than I'd like cooped up with people I'm not sure I like. On the other hand, it's nice to see a Moiraillegiance forming between Sam and Torrune, even if I'm not entirely fond of either of them. Okay, Torrune's not that bad, and Sam could be worse. Sam means well, but he can come off as patronizing without meaning to. Torrune's a stick in the mud with a drinking problem. Okay, maybe we're not that different. Or at least we've got a few things in common. Maybe that's why I'm so curious about his personal world, but I'm getting ahead of myself.
The other big thing that happened on the way back is that we read through the book recovered from Green Molly. I'm still trying to process the implications. Time travel, alternate timelines. I can't begin to imagine what someone with less than noble intentions might do
The Imaginary UnitThe Imaginary UnitThe Imaginary Unit11 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
I was told that upon seeing my own death, I would be free beyond what any rational person could ever understand. That is the basis of this unit’s operation: irrationality. “Rational thinking is just a cage,” they told me. “We have freed ourselves of those chains, as we shall free you, too.”
I was eight. I was just barely gaining a foothold in the rational world when they ripped the metaphorical rug from under me and sent me reeling straight through the solid floor. I was the first child brought into the program. I was an experiment, a guinea pig, a shot in the dark. They had no idea what they were getting into.
I am the prodigal son of the irrational. I am the very epitome of a prodigy, a mind akin to the potential of a genius in any normal, rational field of study. When put to irrational use, I basically started learning to be a god.
So they renamed me, as they do each recruit, Prodigy; though this is not an imaginative name, it is appr
The Time BenderMy parents were sort of strange. They were huge fans of Greek mythology, and they loved sci-fi time travel stories. Accordingly, they named me Chronos, the personification of time. Little did I know how ironic this would come to be.The Time Bender11 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
My life was rather normal, aside from my odd name, and the nicknames that came with it. I was always interested in art. I started drawing a lot as a child, and I took every art class I could during high school. My teachers and my parents were always supportive and encouraging. Almost everyone who saw me work, however, said I seemed to approach my work with an extremely methodical, nigh-obsessive precision. Truly, my eye for my work was always very strict; if I didn’t like the way a piece came out, I couldn’t just leave it as a failure, I continued to correct and rework it until I was satisfied. My art was my life for a long time.
My life changed incredibly in my second year of college, though.
Reebika Weedner - Chapter 2Chapter 2Reebika Weedner - Chapter 211 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The library became a madhouse in the days after Reebika’s fight with Renea. Magical investigators in twisted masks prowled the rubble and stalked the halls of the library for traces of Reebika’s magical signature. Even those who know nothing of magical practices understood that the magic Reebika used was darker than what is taught at the prestigious sorcery academy inhabiting Veritica; in fact, I had only read about dark magics in magical history class during my time at the academy.
My own magical abilities were not impressive; however, in terms of the academic aspect, I was always exceptional. I could technically learn any spell put in front of me, but I had problems invoking the power necessary for the more potent or complicated spells. As a result, I only ever obtained a license for practical everyday magic. I never had enough talent to rank at a level that would require further licensure. I still keep in touch with some of my classmates that have since attaine
Reebika Weedner, Little Librarian @ LargeChapter 1Reebika Weedner, Little Librarian @ Large11 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Reebikah Weedner was a librarian. She was the best librarian that ever lived. She managed the largest library in the land: The Great Athenaeum of Veritica. And she did her job with grace, ease, and poise. With a request for a codex or compendium, she would fly across the shelves like an angel of the pages.
Her hair was soft and golden, her smile was kind and encouraging, and with but a word she could lift anyone’s spirits. She was of small stature, but ineffable stateliness. Her passion for her books was second only to her belief in fairness and freedom for everyone. She would strongly rebuke anyone treating another unfairly in her presence. Yet, she had no enemies, only friends; even in her scolding, you could tell she only wanted happiness for all.
One thing was puzzling: she always wore black. No one knew the reason for her choice of raiment, but since no one ever received an enlightening response, the people around her knew to simply keep their questions to themselv
PrologueHer ragged breathing tore through the dark, murky air like a sharpened blade. She was pumping her arms frantically, trying in vain to escape the darkness that was threatening to swallow her up.Prologue12 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
She cursed under her breath as she tripped on what a seemed to be a rock and fell face first. Then again, it probably wasn't a rock. In this accursed place, it seemed that everything was some sort of creature just waiting to suck out your brain or eat through your intestines.
She rolled over on her back, and pushed herself into a sitting position. Attempting to stand, she winced as she felt her foot twist under her. She could feel the black mist creeping up on her, slowly wrapping around her toes. Now that it knew she couldn't escape, it was taking its sweet time to accomplish what it's master had commanded it to do.
A group of dark, vaguely human figures formed in the now swirling mist. One of them approached her, it's eyes glowing like coals. It raised it's index finger and pointed at her as s