Defenders of Terra Neo: PrologueDefenders of Terra Neo: PrologueDefenders of Terra Neo: Prologue2 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Starring the Voice Talents of:
Sarah Natochenny as Ash Ketchum
David Kaufman as Danny Fenton/Danny Phantom
Haley Joel Osment as Sora
Dante Basco as Jake Long
Chris Hemsworth as Prince Alex Everdeen
John DiMaggio as Fu Dog
Tony Anselmo as Donald Duck
Bill Farmer as Goofy
Ron Perlman as Slade
Scottie Ray as Nightshade/Zane Ketchum
Martin Mull as Vlad Masters/Vlad Plasmius
Jeff Bennett as the Huntsman
A huge city is shown where many people were going about their day with various activities and errands. The guards of the castle in the center of the city were also busy with their patrol of the castle grounds.
However, this peace was soon interrupted as one guard noticed something coming from the distance.
“Captain! Something’s approaching the city from the west!” The guard shouted. The captain looked to the direction the guard had said and he
Starfell Mecha (Prologue: The Day of Starfall)There once was a world that was very much unlike our own. This planet is known to it's inhabitants as Terrestria. However, this planet is divided into two separate parts. The western side was named Spectrum, and the eastern side was named Monochro. Spectrum was a land filled with color and life, while Monochro was almost the exact opposite. Despite these differences, the two sides lived together in harmony for centuries.Starfell Mecha (Prologue: The Day of Starfall)3 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
However, something happened on a certain day that disrupted the harmony of the two halves. This day came to be known by the people of Terrestria as "The Day of Starfall." On this day, twelve objects fell from the heavens. Six landed in Spectrum, while the other six landed in Monochro. These "Starfell Objects" held immense power that no Terrestrian could handle on their own. The kings of each side ordered that "shells" that could contain and utilize this power. This lead to the development of the most dangerous weapons of all time: the Starfell Mecha. Soldiers that were
KRU: RO - Chapter ?? - page ??Life on the base was a blur for Kyra from then on, she had accepted it for what it was and hid herself from her fellow soldiers by keeping a stern face to mask the pain she was feeling inside. The constant inner battles she fought.KRU: RO - Chapter ?? - page ??3 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Kyra had become a simple play thing for Luka and she was starting to suffocate as he became more verbally abusive, as if she was just another subordinate. He would usually call her to his office for a two a.m. booty call and then toss her out half dressed.
She was ashamed and downright embarrassed for falling into such a trap but she wouldn't keep going back if she didn't like the attention. She knew this, however, and Kyra couldn't go to anyone for that reason, she refused, not with her reputation on the line so she was going to defend herself if he continued to treat her the way he was. Kyra felt trapped and had enough.
Like clockwork, after a long hard day of military life at the base, Luka had just called on Kyra for another booty call
66 - Battlefield Rampage The party died down, but no one went to sleep. The group frontiersmen had been on a 24/24 wake/sleep schedule, and weren't yet acclimated to Atla Alpha's 15/15-hour days. Akaiu and Ixio weren't frontiersmen anymore, but they were on drugs, as usual, and didn't sleep anyway. Most of the runway workforce went home and activity slowed. Air traffic control was silent. The runway lights quietly blinked in unison.66 - Battlefield Rampage3 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
A blue light hovered over the runway, back and fourth and making no sound. It was a large, T-shaped ship, circling over and over. Several other lights joined it and flew in formation, waiting for landing clearance. Eventually, the small fleet landed.
Ixio got up from his comfortable seat in hangar 12 and left the party to greet the fleet. Akaiu wondered what the fuck was going on. He wasn't told about any other fleets landing, so he got up and followed Ixio to find out what the big deal was. Why were so many ships landing this late at ni
Star Wars the Clone Wars: War Diaries Pt. 2Star Wars the Clone Wars: War DiariesStar Wars the Clone Wars: War Diaries Pt. 23 hours ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
What's in a Name: Poppy
He let out a laboured as he marched with his fellow clone brothers. It's been a grueling five hard months of fighting, and now, the 183rd - or what was left of it - marched off in a large convoy of tanks and men. After the initial battle of Geonosis, the clones of the 183rd were sent into non-stop combat. They almost rivalled with the 501st, when it came to the early war fighting. The clone sighed at the thought, he lost many brothers. Yet he couldn't help but smile behind his helmet as he thought about the companionships forged with his other brothers. Some even already had their nicknames… he'd get his own… even
The Potentially Mad Scientist It had been my dream to join the army ever since I first saw them fighting. I was at the Massacre of Shard City - I watched as my entire village was murdered when I was only seven years old. Me and my parents got out okay, but not many others did.The Potentially Mad Scientist4 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
And the only reason I was still alive was because of them; the Sky Army. A bunch of recruits saved us. They were fast and strong and smart; they were heroes. And as soon as they knew we were okay, they all ran back into battle to try to save some more lives. One of them even saved my goat - Lucius (I call her Lucy).
That was the day I knew. I wanted to be just like them. I wanted to grow up and fight for Minecraftia just like them. I wanted to learn how to use a sword and do that jumping stuff they could do with the backflips and I wanted to learn how to protect my family.
From that day on, I spent almost the whole day every day researching; learning all I could about them so one day I cou
Thoughtform - 22: ExtirpationComing soon!Thoughtform - 22: Extirpation4 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
THHAOTCCS,SPE Part 2The Half Hearted Adventures of The Crazy Captain Skippy, Space Pirate ExtraordinaireTHHAOTCCS,SPE Part 25 hours ago in Short Stories More Like This
Arch I Part 2:
Who is She?
Wesley's eyes blinked rapidly before consciousness returned. He turned his head on his side and looked through the holes in his hammock. Six empty nylon hammocks, two against each wall, gently blew in the breeze created by recycled air. Wesley looked up at the empty hammock above him.
"Why, James. You promised me you wouldn't leave me." Wesley said while fighting the urge to cry.
"YOU SAID WE WOULD SEE THE END TOGETHER!"
Wes was screaming at this point trying to invoke a response from the previous inhabitants of the room.
Wesley rolled out of his bunk and onto the freezing metal floor.
"Ow!" He exclaimed.
No one replied. No laughter, no threats to keep quiet, not even a single snide remark.
Wes righted himself and began to prepare for the day.
"At least I don't have to fight for the shower today." He thought, attempting to look on the bright side.
Skippy was sprawled out
War and Wings Chapter 19 part one: ConfessionWar and Wings Chapter 19 part one: Confession5 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
“There, that should do it.” Io mused, softly, even as she double-checked the chord connecting her brachial energon line to Crossarm’s.
Nothing about the situation was inappropriate, but the femme couldn’t help but feel a bit unnerved as a portion of her energon was diverted through the connection to her CO.
True, partly this was do to her general dislike at being forced into proximity with him. But mostly her growing unease was due to the fact that she’d been forced to do this exact same thing in Kaon…and not as part of any medical procedure.
“So…how long does this take?” Crossarm said softly, interrupting her thoughts.
A relieved flitted across her lips. Ever since the “transfusion” idea had been revealed as an option, Io had been worrying about E.T.D.s. She had never been infected – quite fortunate given her history with the ‘Cons – but without proper medical equipment, she c
A World Apart - Ch. 2 - I am Groot*Mitch*A World Apart - Ch. 2 - I am Groot6 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
It had only been another boring day at the start. Get up, go to class, go home. The usual routine. But then my friends came over. Preston and Nooch.
The guys are cool enough although they tend to get me into quite a bit of trouble every once in a while. Preston is an odd kid with a phobia of the cold and a love for heat. He always wears a snow hat that looks like lava and has a black creeper face on the front, and he really really sucks at hand to hand combat. Then again, so do I.
Nooch is an apprentice blacksmith with a huge crush on this girl in the town guard named Ashley. She's pretty cool I guess, but she thinks the three of us are the weirdest things on the planet. Anyways, between those guys, Nooch is pretty much the normal one. Except for the fact he sometimes stays up all night at the blacksmith's working on building a full metal suit. He also has quite a few blonde moments, even though he's not even blonde.
OUTWORLD: IN SUSPENDED ANIMATION Pt. 11OUTWORLD: IN SUSPENDED ANIMATIONOUTWORLD: IN SUSPENDED ANIMATION Pt. 117 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Suzie Trask (female Border Collie, age 25)
Kate Holloway (female Jack Russell, age 17)
Calvin Symington (male Coyote, age 29)
Brenda Olsen (female Husky, age 25)
CARGO SHIP ATC BERNADETTE, DATE, TIME AND PRESENT LOCATION UNKNOWN
As Calvin strode off, Suzie pelted up the gangway and scrambled up the ladder back to the crew deck. She could already hear voices and the thudding of boots as she poked her head up from under the ladder hatch and looked about; the alarms had been deactivated. There was also the thick stench of white-hot hull metal and melted interior materials, definitely a result of the hull cutter Brenda had been talking about. This lot would have to be insane to bore right through the hull!
Maybe they were.
She started as her eyes came to rest on a pair of booted feet not three inches from her nose. She fought the urge to slide back down; the hatch would bang shut if she did. She had no choice but to wait. She c
Marvel OC Marvel OC:Marvel OC7 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Real name: Kyros Blackthorn
Species: Mutant human-dark elf hybrid.
Powers: Teleportation of self and objects, can walk between dimensions, limited magnetic control, can alter gravity in a short range (2meters), can time travel very short lengths(1-3 seconds) some magic from his dark elf side, along with his above human physical and mental traits from his dark elf side.
Weaknesses: like most dark elves, iron is especially effective against him, and his mutant side makes things like the Legacy Virus fatal.
Weapons: Vibranium Throwing Axes, Electrifiable grappling hooks, dual Adamantium Tanto Daggers, and a custom 8-barreled Shotgun.
Equipment: Hooded trenchcoat, gas mask, rocket boots,gloves with steel platinh that he can twist into blades or tools. Thermosuit worn under clothing when in space, Air bubble projector for short space walks, Dark Elven Amulet(a gift from his mother), P
Secret Formulas: 2The sun was up, overseeing the lone road in the green grass. All that stood at the end was a vast city, which had yet to be explored. It was not completely barren, but still, there was a beauty to a silent scene. This was evidenced by Anya, who sat up eagerly on the hood of a car. The light made her look like a work of art: a sculpted body, nearly perfect thighs, soft yet long hair, and fairly ample breasts to match. Even in spit of her worn school attire, she still managed to look phenomenal.Secret Formulas: 29 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
At least to a groggy Sikes.
Sleeping in his leather outfit did no favors for him sleeping in his own vehicle, and neither did having to hear her singing to herself every so often. Yet, he held on. He was mature enough, at least, to keep his cool. After all, she was still a child.
"Okay, Anya," Sikes said, picking himself up, "We're going to have to fix you."
Anya wasn't scared, but nervous. After the last group of people that "fixed" her, she would've chosen death instead. Thankfully,
Two of Hearts: Chapter 2Two of Hearts: Chapter 210 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The next morning Sarah yawned and stretched, bending her spine and
curling her toes as she waited for her iPod alarm to go off
Disclaimer: I don’t own any of the mentioned canons in
this story, nor the songs that Sarah is occasionally going to be singing when
the mood strikes her – though I will be listing them at the beginning of the
chapter for those of you who happen to be curious – I do, however, own Sarah
herself. If you’re wondering why this disclaimer wasn’t in the first chapter,
it’s because it’s more fun this way.
Sarah/Sora’s song this chapter:
Billy Joel’s "Say Goodbye to Hollywood."
The next morning Sarah yawned and
stretched, bending her spine and curling her toes as she waited for her iPod
alarm to go off. When no music was forthcoming, Sarah turned over onto her
other side and relaxed. It seemed like it’d be awhile before she had to get up
for school, either that or it
TODS Preview Chapter 4===A TALE OF DRIFTING SANDS===TODS Preview Chapter 412 hours ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
On the tenth day since the incident, the clock stuck at 9:00 AM as I awoke from my slumber within one of the tents near a large, tall rock, where a Rhamphorhynchus began to sing like an exotic bird so foreign that it was like that from a new species we had never heard of before. I stood up and noticed that Sandy woke up much earlier than me and left outside of the camp. Eli also noticed it and said “good morning” to me with humility and respect and so I said the same to him. I sat down the wooden chair he skillfully made for us, though it seemed more primitive in appearance than I hoped it would be, and allowed my curiosity get into my mind. He too noticed that she was gone, but must have made a guess that could prove itself right.
“Hey,” I said, “Do you know where Sandy went?”
“Hmm,” he muttered.
“Sandy. The girl with the sketchbook. Where is she? Where did she go?”
“Oh, Sandy. R