TF2: LOST LIMBSTF2: LOST LIMBS3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Story by DarkLitria
Written By Foxgirl001-of-Doom
I do not own Team Fortress 2, all rights goes to Valve.
Shootings and explosions were filling the battlefield as a hard and brutal battle was going on, everyone fighting for their survival but there was still a lot of killing too and they went straight to respawn.
There was one lucky guy that was lucky enough not to get killed so easily and that was because of who he was.
He could thank his incredible speed for not getting killed so easily and shooting was also one of his talents but not as much as his running.
This was a good day Mike could tell, he had this feeling that his team would win
but everything could happen in anytime during the battle so he better be prepared in anything.
The Scout ran as fast as his legs could bare him to the enemies base, as always to get the other teams intelligence and he of course got it without problems.
On his way out he shoot a pyro, still he got some small bu
Invisible Sun - Chapter OneInvisible SunInvisible Sun - Chapter One6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Life is a pure flame, and we live by an invisible sun within us.
-- Sir Thomas Browne, 1658
A/N: I was wondering the other day exactly how did Dexter make enough money to establish his own corporation? This is my take on the founding of DexLabs and, more importantly, the founding of friendship. The story is set firmly in my A/U and takes place a few years before Planet Fusion starts its invasion of Earth. All mistakes are mine. All characters belong to Cartoon Network. I promise to return them once Im done playing.
Aneko-Kitana has done some smashing artwork for this story - check out her account here on DeviantART!
Chapter One: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?
"Girls! Oh, girls!"
"Yes, Professor?" chimed three voices.
"Come here, please!"
Professor Utonium contemplated the phone still held in his hand. He hung it up as a trio of pretty young girls flew into the room in streaks of pink, blue, and green light and h
Poem: Surrender:AbsolutionSurrender:AbsolutionPoem: Surrender:Absolution6 years ago in Traditional Fixed Forms More Like This
Brother, I am finished.
I will fight no more forever.
I'm wearied so of war; of watching
Bright lives coldly severed
We turned our backs; I walked away
In anger from my brother.
But walking 'round the world just brought us
Back to face each other.
In you I see the opposite
Of everything in me.
Bound in that opposition,
We've never yet been free.
There's no hope of forgiveness
For all we've said and done.
But understanding might make space
For love where there was none.
So I come to you, my brother:
My Other Self, my Friend
The mirrored image I must face
At every cycle's end
I come to you in hope
That if we join our souls together,
Unite our mirrored dreams and pains,
We could end this War forever.
I must be strong for others;
But you know me through and through.
There's no one else to help me now.
I need you, oh I need you!
I'll open to you my utmost self.
(Please help me not to be afraid!)
I'll hold back nothing not even sham
Sunrise Curse Ch. 1--ChickenTFSunrise CurseTF StorySunrise Curse Ch. 1--ChickenTF5 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
There was a sound nearby, Cid thought. It seemed like it at least. Buzzing, repetitive beeping, or something of the sort. He had heard it before, but he couldnt remember where or why. Suddenly a few shakes on his bed woke him up, forcing him to get out of bed.
He was asleep, and the noise was his alarm clock. Cid had never been good about waking up on time, and he wasnt about to change anytime soon. Of course, he needed to if he ever wanted to go somewhere in life. He had a semi-lame job, he believed. Who really wants to work at McDonalds anyway? And in the mornings, on a Monday? Surely nobody wanted to work then. Yet he had the luck enough to apply and get the unfortunate positions. At least it paid.
He checked the time, 7:30. His alarm clock had only just gone off. Then who woke Cid up? He looked over to the right, seeing his roommate Kenneth staring at him with arms folded. Kenneth was the luckier of the two, he had the night s
How to Fanfiction - A Guide - CharactersHow to Fanfiction - A Guide - Characters1 month ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
Hello and welcome back to How to Fanfiction, a guide that cannot be used to change a car tire. Today, we're going to cover characters.
Your challenge for today is to write a coherent story starring all of these characters.
Characters can make or break a story. Good characters - the Sherlock Holmeses, the Luke Skywalkers and the Indiana Joneses - stick in the public consciousness. Meanwhile, the likes of Scrappy-Doo and Jar-Jar Binks have been deservingly consigned to the scrapheap of mockery and ridicule, right next to Coca Cola with Lemon.
A good balance of characters is key to a good story. This is why most stories do not have thirty-six main characters. You'll generally want to aim for between one and seven protagonists, and maybe between one and three major villains. There are always exceptions to this rule, however - don't be afraid to experiment. You could probably write a story with no
RaindropsRaindrops3 years ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
Victoria laughed when they finally found cover from the rain. She wiped her eyes of the water, but raindrops still dripped onto their faces. Vincent gave a disapproving frown and tried to wipe the offending tears, until Victoria slapped his hand away.
"Don't do that," she said with a smirk, tucking her hair behind her ear. "You'll ruin my makeup."
"As if the rain hadn't already done that," Vincent replied, making her chuckle softly. Victoria sat down in the veranda and ushered for him to sit next to her. He happily obliged. His clothes crumpled uncomfortably in the rain and mud, but for some reason, it didn't seem to bother him as much. "You'll catch a cold at this rate."
Victoria's lips quirked into a strange smile, as she said, "You forget that I'm already dead."
"No," he replied, smiling as well. "You're very much alive. At least, to me you are."
Her eyes softened as she looked down and slowly grazed his fingertips with her own. Their conversation was tame yet surprisingly intimate,
Remember You (Lost Silver x Reader) Ch 1.Remember You (Lost Silver x Reader) Ch 1.2 years ago in Romance More Like This
There are many type of fangirls. There are some that take things way out of poportion and the other half is there cheering on their favorite character, but the one thing that all fangirls have in common is that they WANT to meet that one character.
You're not really a fangirl of a specific creepypasta. Hell you just read the stories and moved on , not sleeping for a couple days. Not an inkling in your mind stated that you would want to meet any of the creepypasta characters , but of course your luck couldn't have been more awful.
The urge to meet one started when you decided to read the creeepypasta that started your little 'fascination' to the fandom. A pokepasta named 'Lost Silver'. The story had always made you a little depressed. No one wants to be pushed aside and forgotten. Excpecially when they did something as amazing as Lost Silver did. In order to become champion in the pokemon games you have to beat the elite four AND the previous champion. You've played a couple pokemon gam
How To Fan Fiction - A Guide - PlanningHow To Fan Fiction - A Guide - Planning1 month ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
Hello, and welcome back to How to Fanfiction. Today were are going to cover one of the most vital stages of writing - planning.
"I don't know about you, Monty, but I've got a really good feeling about these ice-aircraft-carriers."
Dwight D. Eisenhower once said that 'plans are worthless, but planning is essential.' What he meant by this was that any planned operation could be expected to go wrong when being executed, but as long as you plan for these eventualities, you'll be pretty fine. Ike was talking about the battlefield and politics, of course, but his maxim can easily be applied to everyday life - you can't predict every event of the day, but you can prepare for the eventuality that something will go wrong.
The first step to writing a story is to work out the narrative. You might have heard of this if you did English class in school. There are many different ways to describe narr
How To Fan Fiction - A Guide - Fanfiction and YouHello, and welcome to How to Fan Fiction.How To Fan Fiction - A Guide - Fanfiction and You1 month ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
I suppose the immediate question that comes to mind is; why write a guide to fanfiction? Simple, really - I have an ego the size of Tejas and I want to dispense my quote-unquote 'wisdom' onto others. So, like a rambling old man, I have emerged from my doom bunker to sit on a reasonable comfortable computer chair and ramble aimlessly for a large portion of time.
Before I begin, I would like to thank all of the artists whose work we viciously pilfer to create our own bizarre stories. Without you, this world would be a much more boring place.
Without further ado, sit back, relax and enjoy my handy guide on writing fiction in other people's worlds. And really, why not do that? Ours is boring.
So why write fan fiction?
In the modern age of the internet and mass pop culture, fanfic has become a legitimate form of art . Whole communities have sprun
Zutara- Dying To Survive- 11Zutara- Dying To Survive- 118 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Dying To Survive
Chapter 11- The Peak
Your assumptions are your windows on the world. Scrub them off every once in awhile, or the light won't come in. ~Alan Alda
Every breath was gripped tightly in their throats as the passing seconds stiffened their gaze. Katara and Zuko shifted nervously as the figures approached them. The twigs snapped on the ground as her vision became clearer. Katara dropped her arms and took a step forward, only to be held back by Zuko. The trees swayed slightly above them as she narrowed her eyes, pushing his hand away.
What are you doing? We need to help her! Katara said.
It might not really be them though, Zuko replied cautiously. Katara bit her lip and looked to her left again as Jet and Laia stumbled into the area around them. Laia was holding onto Jets arm for support as they walked
Zutara- Dying To Survive 6Zutara- Dying To Survive 68 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Dying To Survive
Chapter 6 - Berries
"Dreams never lie."
The darkness consumed Katara's mind as she started to regain consciousness. A shot of pain struck her forehead and then receded like a ripple of water into the emptiness. She opened her eyes quickly, gasping and looking around to see if she was still in the Master's room. Katara gaped and spread her fingers over her cozy sheets.
"This is my room," she commented quietly.
Immediately, she doubted the events that had occurred, pretending that she had dreamed it all, but the pain hadn't been dreamt; it had been real. Katara slid off her bed and walked to the window, swaying gently from side to side. Her fingers swept across the window frame smoothly and then her hands rested on the edge. She sighed as her head leaned forward and fell onto her shoulder. Leaning against the wall, she could see the sunset, so vibrant yet dist
Z+K: Dying To Survive- 12Z+K: Dying To Survive- 128 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Dying To Survive
Chapter 12- Hazy Escape
"There is no end to the adventures that we can have if only we seek them with our open eyes." – Jawahral Nehru
Everything was filled with buckets full of peace; there was silence, no one itching for a fight. The dust swirled calmly, having no specific place to go. Katara smiled to herself as the white light engulfed her. Every part of her body was as light as the air and she couldn't feel anything but the numbing sensation that she was free. The stillness lasted for a few more moments and then the light vanished. Winds slashed at her body and at once she felt the weight again, dragging her downward into a spiraling funnel. Darkness consumed her vision and then her breath halted. Her arms flailed around madly trying to seize anything but there was no one to help her. She was alone in a place that she didn't know existed.
Zutara: Dying To Survive 5Zutara: Dying To Survive 58 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Dying To Survive
Chapter 5 - The Glass Vial
"Emptiness is only overwhelming if you let it be."
The white daffodils were standing tall in a clear vase Katara had put them in. The morning light shined onto them with hazy beams of warmth and Katara opened her eyes slowly. Her arms lifted heavily above her head while she stretched and smiled remembering her dream from the night before. Jet had admitted hidden feelings for her.
"I don't know why I dreamed that though," she pondered. Suddenly, Katara's eyes widened and her vision became clear as she saw the flowers drinking in the clear water that was set at their feet. It hadn't been a dream; it really happened and Katara shook her head forcefully, not wanting to believe it all. She looked at the flowers again and sighed. "I have to face him sooner or later. But we're still friends, nothing really happened!" Katara said optimistically. She smiled to herself as she changed and headed out of her room, making sure first
Z+K- Dying To Survive- 13Z+K- Dying To Survive- 138 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Dying To Survive
Chapter 13- Repeated Echo
"The Past: Our cradle, not our prison; there is danger as well as appeal in its glamour. The past is for inspiration, not imitation, for continuation, not repetition." –author unknown
The glowing bark radiated with a silent buzz. The air vibrated with unshakable force as Zuko took a breath and reached out into the tree. In a matter of seconds, the bark vanished, eaten up by the presence of Zuko's entry. He gave Katara a quick glance and she nodded, encouraging him on. The hole opened up even wider as Zuko's feet stepped through. Katara, still holding onto Zuko's hand, suddenly felt a tug as she was pulled into the dark inside of the glowing tree. Her head spun back for an instant and her eyes widened as she saw another glowing tree across from where she was. It was too late though, and with her fists clenched, she turned around and felt the air close up the gate that had gotten them through.
Her feet stumbled thr
DPSS: Chapter II"Can you hurry it up, Tucker? We're on a deadline – emphasis on DEAD!" Sam snapped.DPSS: Chapter II8 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Danny bit the bendy straw in lieu of his tongue, and glanced across the table at Tucker.
"We HAVE to eat, Sam…and I'm a meat connoisseur in the land of barbeque and bacon fat."
Danny snorted with laughter, squeezing his eyes shut.
"Spray me with that, and I'll hit you with the turkey!" Sam cried, unable to suppress a grin.
Danny put the cup down, covering his mouth.
Tucker shook his head. "What? Why is that so funny? Any other time, you'd never laugh at that; but now it's just 'BACON FAT'!" Danny snorted again, then slowly buried his face in his arms, still visibly shaking, "…and you're falling apart! I mean – 'BACON FAAAAT' –"
Danny lifted his head off of the table. "Shut UP" he said through a wide grin, pointing a finger at him.
Tucker looked off-set, clutching the turkey, half-jokingly asking, "Can I still eat this? You guys can get another one, right?"
Sam leaned back, and Danny pounded the table wi
DPSS: Chapter IAs Danny, Sam, and Tucker walked down the studio hall, a door opened, and they were soon joined by a familiar colorful couple.DPSS: Chapter I8 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Hey, my man, Spongebob said slyly, sidling up to Danny, hows work?
Oh, hey Bob Danny said, its pretty good were doing this new one-hour special its been kind of a killer, but its cool
Great! Spongebob said sprightly.
How about you?
Oh, you know, Spongebob said, batting the air, same old, same old every days a blast but you know what?
What? Danny repeated, looking him in the eyes.
I cant help but feel that with each passing day, the fast food industry becomes less and less appreciated the yellow one said solemnly, continuing happily, thats why I strive to set a shining example! He pulled Danny close, and made a wide arc with his other
DPSS: Chapter IVDanny stood leaning against the wall of the jet, hands pressed against the glass, a grimace on his face. A wide blue ring appeared around his waist. Seconds later, a plain-clothed Danny turned and collapsed onto the floor, back sliding down the glass, into a heap, with a grunt.DPSS: Chapter IV8 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
"We should contact your parents," Tucker said.
" and tell them what?" Danny said sharply, standing up, "I'm sorry I've been lying to you and please don't rip me apart, molecule by molecule?" He raised his hand, gesturing to emphasize his point. "Besides," he said, looking down, "if they have anything to say to me," he looked up, "they can always contact me "
A large red light flashed in time with a shrill dinging. Danny glanced over at it. Danny sighed.
"Here we go " he said, hand hovering above the keyboard. Leaning over the control panel, he quickly typed in the necessary code, the keys beeping as he punched them.
He stood back as the monitor above him came to life, snowy static cascading along
DPSS: Chapter VIII"Tucker, the cameras aren't rolling, so why are we sneaking around like this?" Sam asked, as the two of them skulked down the dark hallway.DPSS: Chapter VIII8 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
"Ever since trunks mentioned dip and then we found that note about Danny, I can't get my mind off of it " Tucker explained, back pressed to a wall as he peered around a corner.
Sam raised her shoulders a bit, looking around. "Well, let's hurry up and find another clue or something "
They continued down the hall, lightly pushing open doors, and peering in the windows of those that were locked. They turned down a narrow hallway to the left. They pushed open the heavy double-doors, and saw a single room at the end, completely dark.
"This is too easy " Sam muttered.
"The cameras aren't rolling, Sam, so why are you acting so smart?" Tucker teased.
"Can it!" Sam snapped, pointing a finger at him. She looked back over toward the unlit room. Sighing, she said, "Might as well "
Tucker walked just ahead of her, and grasped the knob, pausi
DPSS: Chapter XIXTimmy giggled rather maniacally, clapping; then rubbing his hands together. He looked up at Cosmo, crying happily, "Cosmo, you're a genius!"DPSS: Chapter XIX8 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Cosmo held his wand with both hands, grinning smugly. "I know…" he said in a sing-song tone.
Danny sat, leaning back on his hands, knees bent. He shot Timmy a half-pout, half-glare.
Timmy walked over to him, standing beside his left foot. "Now tell me what you were going to do, and if it's not absolutely safe, you stay here…" he folded his arms.
Danny let out an exasperated sigh. "If this is the way you're gonna be…" He stood up, and transformed. Shoving one hand under the boulder, he lifted it above his head, albeit limbs quivering. "…then I won't hold back!"
Timmy's eyes widened, arms flailing. "COSMO!"
Cosmo raised his wand again. In a flash and a chime, another boulder appeared on top of the original one. Danny quaked under the added weight, and buckled, disappearing under the rocks.
Unable to escape the rubble with intangibility, D
Zutara- Dying To Survive- 9Zutara- Dying To Survive- 98 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Dying To Survive
Chapter 9- Balance of Trust
"The only way to make a man trustworthy is to trust him." ~Henry L. Stimson
A sharp cry cut through the still air and Zuko woke up with his mouth open wide. He brushed away the drool on his chin and pulled the covers back quickly. The shriek sounded like it was Laia. Zuko ran into the door and it flung open, swinging slightly as he jumped out of the room. Up ahead of him, Katara was jogging towards the sound; it had woken her up as well. Both of them breathed heavily as the tapestries on the walls rustled as the breeze passed by. Zuko's eyes widened as did Katara's. They stopped in front of the door and nodded as the noise stopped. Katara pushed her palm against the door and it croaked as she opened it.
"Get away from me jerk!" Laia yelled.
A pillow went flying through the air and Zuko ducked out of its way as they stepp