The Blimp Suit and Its ConsThe Automatic Wind-propelled Organic Transport System, nicknamed both AWOTS (ah-wah-ts) by it developers and affectionately as the Blimp Suit by those who saw it in action, is the future in transportation and crisis situations. The AWOTS was first developed as a completely green project to replace common fuels such as gasoline or contained magical buildup. (Both surprisingly volatile) The main goal was that within a few years, the AWOTS would provide lower class citizens with transportation at the added cost on their electricity bill.The Blimp Suit and Its Cons5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
The AWOTS worked by last generational technology; simply enough, two air tanks equipped to a small vacuum, two rubber tubing, two reinforced rubber strings with an adjustable handle, a small calculating device that provided the correct amount of air pressure, and an incredibly stretchy belt with a hook attached. Because of this, the device could be sold at fewer than two hundred coins with additional charges just fifty extra at most.
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Post-Sulpha SituationAn act of mercy is easily defined is an action that ends the suffering of another in the quickest, most humane way possible. Lives aren't always spared, nor are they forgotten. An act of mercy is the human nature working at its best. Not acting for itself, but for the sake of others. To see your enemy, nearly dead, laying before you; to take him away, stitch him up and return him to his people would be an act of mercy. A poor creature lay crippled for the remainder of its years, unable to live it's life as it did; a bullet through its brain would end its suffering right there, this is another act of mercy.Post-Sulpha Situation5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Two incredibly different ideas, one presenting life, the other death; but both are mercy.
"NIX! PAY ATTENTION!" A sword whizzed by the blue reptile's head, missing a fatal blow by mere meters and the fractions of a second. In Nix's defense, going from an omnipresent narrative to a third person narrative is quick, and to have thrown the Fechi into a fight with an enemy horde to boot f