A Finnceline Tale Chapter 1 HamboMarcline the Vampire Queen perched on her bed, entertaining herself with her Axe-Bass. She wasn't feeling as accustomed as before-or any other time before this.A Finnceline Tale Chapter 1 Hambo3 years ago in Drama More Like This
"UGH! Come on! Get it right!" she yelled at herself for spoiling the song she was playing.
Dishearted over the mistake, she laid aside her instrument and speculated what was the cause of her recent odd behaviors. Normally, she could go by the day without notice but for the last month, she could hardly avoid a trance of thought. A shade of red would silence her hungers but recently she barely felt a tickle of starvation. Loneliness was all Marceline wanted as well. Lastly, she's acknowledged over the fact that she's been caring more over her appearence. Wearing only spotless clothes whenever she left her home.
The ring of her doorbell broke her train of thought.
Casually, she went to her lower floor and answered the entryway to find an out of breathe Finn. Somehow she felt glad to see her human friend.
"Mar.....celine... I got..
A Finnceline Tale Chapter 3 The DreamLacking the faith of getting a good night's rest after the rejection of Princess BubbleGum seven days earlier, Finn attempted his best to doze off but to no succession. Once he cleared his mind and relaxed his body however, his mind slowly began to fade into slumber.A Finnceline Tale Chapter 3 The Dream3 years ago in Romance More Like This
In his dream, Finn's eyes remained closed and once they opened, he discovered he was high up the daytime clouds. Frightened by his location, the human thrashed his arms and legs wildly until he dropped down inches from where he initially began. Finn soon tapped the atmosphere he sat on to uncover that he still remained in midair. Reaching out to his sides, he felt two strong walls stop his palms, though nothing was before his hands but clouds. Standing up, he felt a roof above his head, again with nothing in plain sight. Panicking, Finn shoulder bumped in every direction he could only to be stopped by the invisible walls.
Frustrated by the lack of progress, he tried one last time to shoulder tackle to walls only this time,