Untitled HSO WorkCG: HEY.Untitled HSO Work1 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
CG: FOR FUCKS SAKE SOMEONE SAY SOMETHING.
CG: IS ANYONE OUT THERE?
CG: PLEASE JUST SAY ONE GODDAMN WORD.
Your name is Karkat Vantas and you're the epitome of fuck ups. The best of the best and, you know what they say; it's lonely at the top. It's also pretty lonely on a frozen rock that's hurtling through space and time.
You're almost certain you made the correct choice though; there is nothing in your mind that bothers to correct you. Worthless, that's what you are. Worthless and dangerous. If it hadn't been for you all your friends would be alive. If you hadn't been born you wouldn't have doomed an entire universe to death. By stepping away from your friends, comrades, lover, you saved them from yourself. This strain of cancer dies with you.
There's a lot of time to think. Too much time. Why is there so much time? Along with time there is a lot of nothingness. Outside, the small remnant of the veil traveled throu
Another Stormy Night"Karkat! I'm going out for a little bit. I'll be home soon, you mentioned something about being out of popcorn, do you still want me to get you some?"Another Stormy Night1 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"Yeah sure," a voice called from the other room, "just make sure you actually remember to come home this time. I know how you love to fly around for hours." Karkat could hear John giggles until he was out the door. "Fucking idiot, I swear, why do I love him?" He paused flipping the channel, "Oh yeah, because he's somehow godly perfect."
The troll hadn't been paying attention to the TV but now he wished he had. It was always when he let his guard down that something bad happened. The news update provided Karkat with something he didn't want to think about. There was a line of severe weather heading straight towards them. It was a strong storm development that sprung up out of nowhere, and John was going to be right in the middle of it.
Panicking the troll leapt from his seat and ran outside calling John's name. Unfortunately the human was
Trickster Karkat VS. Dave StriderStranger: Dave Strider sighed and flopped down on his bed, running his hands through his hair. It had been a long day and he was tired. After a minute of just lying there the cool kid stood back up and stretched his arms in pulling one across his chest. Dave then began walking across the room, continuing even when he heard his door creak open. He probably just hadn't closed it properly or something Suddenly Dave heard rapid footsteps behind him, the blonde turned on his heel only to be suddenly pushed up against the wall, "woah!" He exclaimed, his eyes widening behind his shades." Paragraph Format PleaseTrickster Karkat VS. Dave Strider2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
You: Now, Trickster Karkat was in the mood for some fun. All his other troll friends hadn't /lived/ up to his exspectations. They hadn't lasted very long when he wanted to play with them. T. Karkat giggled, his blonde, curly hair bouncing up and down. He hoped that Strider would be a better pawn in his game. "HELLO, DAVE," he chuckled, putting an arm up to Dave's throat to ke
Worth the Kill?His breath came out in ragged gasps. All his muscles burned, his lungs felt like they were on fire. But he didn't dare stop. He didn't dare look back. A shot was fired and it whizzed by his head, inches from his face. There was a pause then another shot, this time he wasn't so lucky he felt pain from the right side of his head, the same ear that was narrowly missed the first time got hit the second. His hand flew up the wound, part of him was relieved it was only a small chunk and not the whole thing. The downside, he was now bleeding his disgusting red blood. He held his hand over his ear and ran on.Worth the Kill?2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"Great, on the one fucking day I forget my damn sickles is the day I get shot at." He cursed in a growling, harsh language.
His pursuers kept after him. They had a large white dog on a chain holding him back, "Grandpa, can't we just let Bec after him? He'd catch him a lot faster than we would."
"Jade, you can't use Bec for everything, remember that."
"I will." The girl lined up another sh
The Language of Karkat Chapter Two"Ha ha this is strange, but here goes " you make a few signs, imitating the pictures you found online. Karkat does the same next you. You're both starting with the alphabet, going slow memorizing them together. "This is kind of fun," you tell him, but he just rolls eyes and shoves you off the bed. "Karkat," you pout, "we were making progress."The Language of Karkat Chapter Two2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
CG: IT'S GOING TO TAKE FOREVER, WE SHOULD JUST STOP NOW.
"Karkat." you say climbing back up. "Don't give up." He watches you go back to the screen and continue making signs. You feel his shoulder brush against yours and he's beside you following your hand movements. Smiling you lean against his shoulder and reassure him.
This continues for a few days, you admit you're finding it really fun, but Karkat doesn't seem to enjoy it at all. It was like he was doing this only to please you. "Karkat " you start one day, "do you like doing this?" He turns to you and you see him throw up a quick sign, you read it as "no". Your heart sinks. "Do you
Wings of a Worthless GodThe Land of Pulse and Haze was a truly awful planet. Thick, choking air accompanied by water comprised of blood. Karkat Vantas couldn't stand the sight of it. This world was built to piss him off; it was just one big reminder that he was different. It was one huge slap in the face. But he wasn't going to take it anymore.Wings of a Worthless God2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Imps exploded into grist as he climbed the stairs, slashing enemies apart with double sickles. Karkat charged forward, nothing was stopping him this time. His goal was a temple that was located deep within a cavern. The walls of rock crumbled away at parts, revealing pulsating flesh. Everything seemed to move and be alive; the troll couldn't take much more of it. He just wanted to defeat whatever boss was at the end, gain his top level and abscond the fuck out there. The tunnels were cramped, and everything felt like it was closing in. Karkat hated it. Another imp was slain as he fought his way through the dungeon. There was a pitiful amount of enemies, something that
Still the Same Chapter EightThe hall was shrouded in shadows, but none of this was new to Sollux. It had been a few months since the accident that rendered him blind and weak, seeing darkness was something he had long begun accustomed to. 'Though,' he thought about it, 'it wasn't really an accident, Eridan and I were both asking for it.' He proceeded down the hall, sweeping the cane back and forth feeling for objects on the ground.Still the Same Chapter Eight1 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Being blind was a hassle, but it wasn't the worst thing that could have happened to him. At least he had someone who had gone through it before, 'Thank the fucking gods we are aren't on Alternia anymore.' The news about Karkat and John's recent Matespritship was startling but also pretty great. He was happy for both his Moirail and John. But as eager as he was to tell the others Sollux slowed his pace and stopped. This was one of the rare opportunities to test his 'vision' with his psionics.
Carefully he summoned up the tiny amount of power he did have and focused it, moving out across
First Impressions Chapter 1First Impressions Chapter 12 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Dave had been actually looking forward to college, no matter how much he told everyone that he didn't even give two shits for getting a good college career. On the inside he couldn't wait to start his classes, especially the music classes. It wasn't ironic at all that Dave was going to be attending the classes that he was going to attend, when he told his best bud John that he had been quite shocked, checking for Dave's temperature like the derpy idiot he was. But said Strider was, in fact, very serious about the job he wanted to get.
So now there he was, standing at the door of his new dorm room, fumbling with the keys he had dropped, a bit blinded through his shades in the flickering light of the hallway. Note to self: tell someone about the shitty lighting. He thought to himself as he finally grabbed the keys off the ground, unlocking the door and kicking it open with one foot, barging in without a care in the world.
Looking around the room through his shades he noti