Z-Parasites H origins pt.6Chapter 6: Revolution
"AAAAAACK!" Sudently, outside screaming voices were heard, as well as sounds of metal clanging and crushing and some bones breaking. Lavinia looked confused. With already so many weird events, she graoned at the thought fo whatever this might be. The door suddenly opened, after the sounds of a man being knocked out. Inside, the pygmy jerboa symbiote rushed inside. "Lavvy!" The symbiote smiled, as the tomboy just stood confused. " M-Mint?.... what are you doing here?" Cabal quickly followed after him, in symbiote form as well. "What's it look like? You should be more glad " Mint took of the gas mask, while Lavvy still kept a confusing look. Cabal was busy ripping apart the bonds.
"Yeah, but . I mean why? You said yourself facing GG is trouble, why raid a BASE?" Lavvy asked, while Mint shifted her eyes, but Cabal, still busy ripping, said it bluntly. "We were more worried someone like you might get with the Tamed." Milicent was swatting a bit at Cabal
Neko Mother - Chapter 1 - TG, TFI was born in the year 2025, not that it matters anymore. With no calendars to keep track of stuff like birthdays and holidays are just not important anymore. I must have been thirteen when the first of them were reported on the news. Random articles about some sickness, making a big panic in cities or something. It must have started back East, or they wouldn't have been making such a big deal about it.Neko Mother - Chapter 1 - TG, TF2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
All I can remember was it worried Mom and Dad a lot. They would have arguments that shook the house. I think Mom wanted to move farther West, while Dad wanted to stay put. They argued about it constantly. At that age, all I cared about was the fact that they canceled school. As more reports came in, people started locking themselves in their houses, only coming out when it was absolutely necessary.
It was at this point that I made the biggest mistake of my life. After a week straight of being on lock down I was going stir crazy. I went on a tirade against my parents. The argument that f
Neko Mother - Chapter 3 - TG, TFMia was lost. Well maybe that was the wrong term. For one to be lost one had to have a destination to begin with. She had just been wandering, going from one place to another without a clear idea for where it was she was going. So she was lost in a matter of speaking. She just knew that she was searching for Big Sis. Mia didn't know where Big Sis was, she just knew that Big Sis was in the direction she was going. She didn't know why but she had a feeling in her gut that constantly pulled her in the right direction. Mia didn't have anything else, no memories before waking in the middle of nowhere and no one to look over her, so she trusted the feeling. It had to be right. Otherwise she really would have nothing. She just the knew that Big Sis would be able to help.Neko Mother - Chapter 3 - TG, TF2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Mia felt very alone as she went from place to place, never staying for long. The pull on her heart told her that she had to keep moving. That it was imperative that she find Big Sis as soon as possible. The search for Big Sis
Neko Mother - Chapter 2 - TG, TF4 years laterNeko Mother - Chapter 2 - TG, TF2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
I crept through the debris left over from the Quick Mart's collapse. It was amazing just how quickly something that was built as sturdy as a city will crumble without regular use. The roof had long ago collapsed under its own weight, leaving piles of concrete all over the interior. The rear wall had so many holes you could hardly say it was a wall anymore. In fact the only way I know it was a Quick Mart at all was the left over of the neon sign still clinging to the front. From the overgrowth, this one must have fallen just a few months ago. I knew these ruins might have already been picked over before I even got to the area but you never know what you might find hidden in some overlooked corner or under a pillar. I had plenty of practice going through these old ruins so I knew the kind of places to look for those places hidden to others. Even the most picked-over spots always seemed to have something overlooked or ignored. I had gotten high prices selling off what other