Injustice Gods Among Us DLC- Professor ZoomProfessor ZoomInjustice Gods Among Us DLC- Professor Zoom1 year ago in Profiles More Like This
Voiced By: John C. McGinley
Classification: Gadget Character (Without explosives)
Biography: The second Reverse-Flash, Professor Zoom is the arch-nemesis to Barry Allen. Born in the 25th Century, he is a time-traveler who attempts to destroy everything the Flash holds dear through murder and deceit through the use of the Negative Speed Force.
Intro: A yellow blur runs through all around the globe before Professor Zoom seems to run from the opposite side of the arena, stopping as he looks at the opponent, grinning evily, saying "It changes, it all changes...", ready to fight.
Post-Round Taunt: Runs around the arena once superfast, saying "This is only the beginning..." or "Time stops, for you."
Outro: Professor Zoom laughs as he runs super fast around the opponent, seeming to punch them multiple times before a neck snap is heard, the opponent falling over dead as Professor Zoom stops to laugh at what he just did before running off.
Negative Phasing: Zoom vi
Avatar: The Chakras The Chakras:Avatar: The Chakras3 years ago in Drama More Like This
Imagine a creek with water flowing through it. Like the creek, our bodies have energy which flows through it. Now in this creek imagine several pools of water where the water swirls around before flowing on. These pools are like our chakras, which are spiraling pools of energy within our bodies.
However, life is messy, and things tend to fall in the creek, like the moss in our creek which prevents the water from flowing. If nothing else were around, this creek would flow pure and clear. But, if we open the paths between the pools and clear the moss... the energy flows!
There are seven chakras that go up the body, from the base of the spine to the brain. Each pool of energy has a purpose, and can be blocked by a specific kind of emotional muck.
First is the Earth chakra, located at the base of the spine. It deals with survival and is blocked by fear. What are you most afraid of? Let your fear
Sega vs Capcom: Sly CooperSly Cooper: (Kevin Miller/Tomokazu Seki)Sega vs Capcom: Sly Cooper3 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Sorry, but me and the gang need to be running now. I'll just leave you my calling card as a keepsake.
So what do you say, *partner name*? I was thinking of getting the Cooper Gang back together and we could always use another hand.
Bently, Murray, and me are not just a team, we're a family. I could handle you all on my own, but its more fitting we finish this together.
(vs Sonic) So who's the most charismatic critter that everyone's on the lookout for? Well I'm not one to brag, but I can say you at least come close.
(vs Knuckles) Well when we try to tick someone off we really do the job. Still, my conscience is telling me to leave that big rock where it is.
(vs Amy) I know what its like have a pretty face constantly chasing you, although I have a certain other foxy someone in mind.
(vs Akira) Well as Murray would say "What's the point of having fists if you can't even knock me down with them"?
(vs Sarah) Maybe Murray can fill me in on why everyo
One For My Baby...Not that it was cold in Novac at night, or well anywhere in the Mojave for that matter, but I could almost feel myself shaking in my boots. I was tempted to pull the hood of my raggedy pink hoodie over myself, but honestly, I figured I'd look like even more of an awkward, spooked outsider than I already did. After busting my ass to get to a bed I could call my own, here I was, helping some jerk of a....what was he? Soldier, ex-soldier? get revenge on his dead wife.One For My Baby...4 years ago in Settings More Like This
It was less than 24 hours since I'd met Craig Boone, and he unsettled me, to put it bluntly. He spoke cryptically, more like some kind of fortune teller than a big man with a big gun. In the short span of our relationship, I had spoken with a few people about this "Carla" who apparently everyone despised, even Manny...and Manny was one of the few people in the town I'd actually gotten to like. Yet it ended up being No-Bark who gave me the most helpful advice.
THE CYBORG GUINEA PUGTHE CYBORG GUINEA PUG11 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
It all started with three people.
One was a dragon hybrid. Her name is Ice. She was the designer of a race that would soon take over the world as we know it. She was known for her genetic-crossovers, including the incident that made her what she is now.
The second was an engineer. His name is Supah. He pieced it together, screws and all, and raised the first of the race. The only question in mind is: Does he survive?
The third was the one who kept it hush-hush, under the radar. His name is Red, but many just call him Blob from an inside joke between the three. His motto is “If no one knows, no one will stop you”. A sort of spin-off of “Two can keep a secret if one of them is dead”.
And thus, the Cyborg Guinea Pugs were born.
“What happened to Supah?” Ice asked Blob. Ice was at work on a chalkboard. Several equations were scattered on its green surface and papers were littered at her feet.
Leaving Novac.Leaving Novac.4 years ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
Boone didn't want to spend the night in Novac after reading the letter the Courier had given him. He wanted to leave immediately, but she pressed the point: they needed a good night's sleep before traveling the long haul to New Vegas, and both of them were beyond exhausted. Her week in Novac had consisted of her helping seemingly everyone in town; she'd discovered the ghouls at Reppcon, the Nightkin bothering the Brahmin, and who knows what other good deeds, before completely blindsiding Boone himself with bringing him partial justice to Carla's....slavery deal.
He was surprised it wasn't Manny--his friend HATED his wife, but upon reflection Boone couldn't remember a time that Jeannie wasn't complaining about the "snobbish look" on Carla's face. These thoughts were making it increasingly difficult for him to even think about sleeping one more night in this town. Obviously the Courier was having no difficulty. Boone was sitting in
Mario: Daisy Kidnaps Peach?It was another peaceful day in the Mushroom kingdom, the toads sang happily as the guards in the castle help Mario beat Bowser for the thousand time. In Bowser’s realm, his men sat around a table playing cards.Mario: Daisy Kidnaps Peach?1 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
“Got a pair of Goombas?” A green shelled koopa asked.
“Go Cheep-Cheeps.” Kamek said as the koopa grumbled as he took a card.
“Got a pair hammer bros?” A Dead bones asked.
“Go Cheep-Cheeps.” Kamek said again as the dead bones took a card with a grumble.
As they played their game, the entire table along with them jump into the air and back down on the ground as Bowser came marching in grumbling, throwing a fit and lighting anything in his path on fire as he complain about another defeat. As they played their card game without giving him any attention, lots of his minions ran around in a panic as Bowser through his fit around them.
“Hehehheh, time to bring those coins home as I got-” Kamek began to say as he began to
Fallout 1 Ending.Fallout 1 Ending.9 months ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
The deeds and life of the Vault Dweller after he left Vault 13 for good have long since been documented. His family, including his wife and children, all have names and records. But little was said, even by the Vault Dweller himself, of his life in the Vault before the Overseer sent him into the Wasteland.
When he walked, wounded and tired, through the cool cave entrance of Vault 13, he passed the familiar Vault door, with the big bold '13' imprinted proudly on it. The large gear that had lifted away for the first time what seemed like ages go, to offer him his first glimpse of sunrise, still lay welcomingly aside. As he entered, the man paused at seeing two stony-faced guards standing before Vault 13's final entryway. This door was closed, which was unusual, and the guard's assault rifles were not on their backs but held to their sides almost menacingly.
He glanced at them, sensing something was wrong, but they said nothing.
After a long p