Why Sonaze?Some people have been asking, where the idea of Sonaze came from. Currently, three Sonic games (Sonic Rush, Sonic Rush Adventure and Sonic & The Black Knight) contain friendly situations between Sonic and Blaze and even a bit romantic (Especially the scene in SatBK, where Sonic saves Blaze/Percival from falling).
I decided to find everything that contains Sonaze.
Blaze's first appearance, and also first hints of Sonaze
Sonic meets Amy in Zone 6 (Sonic's story), Sonic asks Amy has she seen Eggman or a cat girl called Blaze, Amy answers: "A girl? PLEASE TELL ME WHAT SONIC WANTS FROM THIS CAT GIRL!" thinking at first Sonic is looking for Blaze, because he "loves" her.
When Sonic questions Blaze about her nature first time, Blaze refuses to give information and leaves with Cream. Sonic meets Blaze again in Eggman Nega's base, he once again questions about her nature. Blaze turns and attacks on him, because she wants to do everything alone on he
Disney Storybits 54PLEASE READ THE DESCRIPTION BEFORE READING THIS STORYBIT!Disney Storybits 544 years ago in Romance More Like This
"We've got a big problem, Scarlet!" the voice of Ludwig Von Drake panicked into Mickey's ear, and the mouse had to struggle not to yell 'Gee, ya think?!' Not that he could respond to the microchip in his ear right now anyway his attention had to be given all over the place. First, to Minnie, who was still sitting on the stage, wiggling her way out of the ropes around her wrists. Second, to the fire that was devouring the musty building, with planks of wood falling from the ceiling as they could no longer be supported. Third, and most directly, was Mortimer, and the sword fight that was ensuing between mouse and rat. Whatever problem Ludwig and Gyro were having, it would have to wait.
Yet Ludwig continued, and to add onto the problems, his voice was fading in and out. "Someone's trying to hack into our systems! We might lose communication with you, just hang -" The sentence was cut off by a harsh sounding
Disney Storybits 87PLEASE READ THE DESCRIPTION BEFORE READING THIS STORYBIT!Disney Storybits 873 years ago in Humor More Like This
Mickey could still hear Minnie screaming his name in fear, even though by now she was long gone. The curse had swallowed her up, and now she could be anywhere in the Tower of Terror. Though he had been unable to save his other friends, who were now searching for him in the same tower, Mickey had a desperate thought that maybe he could get to her before it was too late. He didn't know what he could do, but staying still meant that the others would try to get him cursed as well. No doubt about it, this was the worst Halloween ever!
He was checking every room, and was about to leave this one, when he noticed a strange sight that only became stranger the more he looked at. An Egyptian casket was standing up against a wall, and blue smoke was emerging from within. He recognized the smoke from when his friends had returned in their cursed forms, so this had to be where Minnie was. There was no time to think of a plan of action,
Disney Storybits 42PLEASE READ THE DESCRIPTION BEFORE READING THIS STORYBIT!Disney Storybits 424 years ago in Romance More Like This
Normally by now, Mickey would have cracked some joke about the entire situation. Perhaps something like 'He should have kept his eye on me' or 'Now that's what I call a crash landing'. The fact he hadn't made a single witty retort about what had happened was among the things that were scaring Minnie half to death. Of course, all of his battle wounds were helping her fears just as much. He wasn't joking; he was bleeding, broken, laying there on the beach like trash tossed aside. Even breathing looked like a struggle for him.
She was angry and knew logically she had no right to be. But she was, and she couldn't stop it, and so she angrily pounded her hands on the sand, at his side, hot tears rolling down her face. "N-N-Nnnn No one a-asked you to save me!" She managed to hiccup, voice shrill, looming over him. "I didn't ask you to! No one asked you to, no one told you to!" Technically, there was no fault there,
Disney Storybits 40PLEASE READ THE DESCRIPTION BEFORE READING THIS STORYBIT!Disney Storybits 404 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
If anyone were to ask his highness why he was doing this, Mickey would tell them that he was making sure no rock was left unturned, that every problem was solved, and that the missions were done. But the reality of it was, in that large office of his, going through Jiminy Cricket's journal, he was trying to dissolve his own guilt. He wanted to know, in every exact detail, how his beloved wife had bared while he was gone. On some level, he knew he shouldn't feel so guilty, because he had little choice in leaving to investigate the disappearance of the other worlds, yet his heart was still in knots to think about it. It's rather natural for those in the deepest of love to worry for their other, no matter how strong and brave the other tended to be.
He had given word to all of the servants to leave him alone, and so when he was absolutely sure about the silence all around him, he flipped to the sections of the journal that d
My Lucky Rabbit's Foot Ch. 1My Lucky Rabbit's Foot Ch. 13 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
A lone rabbit sat dejectedly upon a cold, stone floor. His ebony fur, with only his face showing any white whatsoever, was smothered in caked dirt and dried blood. Probably from the many beatings that he had received in his time of captivity. Clasped to his neck, wrists, and ankles were magic-restraining chains, keeping him from trying to escape from his small prison. His sky blue and black jacket and shorts were tattered and worn, rips and tears being seen on every place imaginable on them. It seemed that they were also a bit too small for him.
Outside of the room, a single torch is lit, allowing a small amount of light to reflect into the cell, the only light, other than his own, that was visible. The rabbit looked up, the light from the fire illuminating his sad aquamarine eyes. That light source, small as it may be, was one of the only things he could grasp onto to keep from losing himself.
He had been trapped in this place for twelve years now. Twelve years since he'd b
Disney Storybits 44PLEASE READ THE DESCRIPTION BEFORE READING THIS STORYBIT!Disney Storybits 444 years ago in Romance More Like This
Mickey was running out of ideas on how to make his wife happy this particular evening, and his wallet had suffered plenty enough. All along the boardwalk, he had tried to indulge into what he thought would be her every pleasure, from ridiculous games with gigantic teddy bears to foods that would make a nutritionist weep. While a smile would be on her face after such a gift, it would soon falter afterwards, and she would resume the same strange expression she had worn all day. It wasn't so much unhappiness as it appeared to be worry, perhaps? Guilt? Hesitation? He found it difficult to pinpoint what, exactly, since she had been so reluctant to tell him what was on her mind. He couldn't stand to see her this way, whatever way it was, but the pier along which they walked now offered little to his imagination.
The night had come with the moon in full glory, and the couple was holding hands, silent. They were the only th
For the Love of a Rainy DayMorning rose over Toontown and the rays of sunlight reached as far as the eyes can see. Including a two-story yellow house that belonged to Mickey Mouse. As the sunlight seeped through the sides of the closed blinds, Mickey stirred and slowly opened his eyes, blinking a few times to clear his vision. He yawned and stretched under the covers shaking the rest of any fatigue off his frame.For the Love of a Rainy Day4 years ago in Romance More Like This
Suddenly he froze, getting the feeling that he wasn't alone. He slowly turned his head towards the foot of his bed and saw a very familiar figure sleeping on almost nothing but the bed knob at the edge of his bed. The figure had a big mushroom shaped head, and bulbous hands and feet. Only the thumbs and big toes were formed and clearly visible on this figure that Mickey knew was from the future, 500 years to be exact. The figure only had a few hairs on his head and even though a bed knob was the only thing supporting his lightweight, surprisingly, he looked as though he were sleeping on a fla