Idea: Shantae - Genie BattlesNOTE: This is a mere concept-script about an idea, I had. A Dream Game, if you wish!Idea: Shantae - Genie Battles3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
DO NOT understand it as a request to WayForward, or something like that!
(And I still hate the limited title space... M>H, chaining those attacks together.
In this game, you merely need to press either of the Light Attack buttons multiple times in a row, if you hit the opponent, for a series of three Light Attacks.
This combo can be followed up with either a Hard Punch or a Hard Kick, resulting in a combo of three light attacks and one hard attack. So 4 hits in total.
During the series of light attacks, you can also alternate between punches and kicks, if you want.
A new kind of attack is the Sweep Attack.
Which is performed by pressing both Kick-Buttons simultaneously, while crouching.
It does very low damage, but causes the opponent to trip and fall.
In other words, it is a knockdown-attack.
It also has a high priority. So it can be used to stop most attacks.
But it costs a little of your Supe
Gundam Wing: The Sword, ch.2.5Gundam Wing: The Sword, ch.2.53 years ago in Romance More Like This
Episode Plus: The Heart in Solitude
Everything faded together as she woke. She was rested on her side, eyes open, but it was all still a blur. Jen laid still on the bed, not wanting to strain her eyes, and let them come into focus on their own. There came the realization that she did not know where she was, but she was calm, gently turning onto her back and looked about the room. It was moderately sized and functionally furnished, but the white walls were somewhat barren. For a bedroom, the ceiling was quite high, giving the place a grand and spacious feel. Growing more wakeful, Jen sat up in bed. She was still wearing that Preventers jacket, though the bath towel once pulled around her body had fallen loose underneath her in her sleep. She quietly pulled the bed sheets to herself as she sat in contemplation.
The smell of smoke was still on her. Jen's house had burned down the night before, and the bodyguard she had hired escorted her here in a mobile suit. They had touche
Portal 100 Themes: 2 - Hardship"You know..." GlaDOS looked down at Chell with the same look of neutral interest as always. "They say that when one has suffered serious hardships over the course of their existence, it can change their outlook on life... Their behaviour... Even their entire personality."Portal 100 Themes: 2 - Hardship3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Chell, like always, said nothing.
"Just take me, for example. I was betrayed by my friend - you - who later went so insane that she murdered me. That was quite a hardship, but I managed to overcome it.
"What may even have somehow been worse was that time I was put in a potato. You remember that, right? Once again caused by that former friend of mine. It was horrible. The only upside was that I learnt that birds love potato, have very interesting flight patterns, and need to die.
"And unfortunately I lowered myself to the act of rescuing someone who had betrayed me, murdered me, and then ripped me out of my own body. What was I thinking?"
She did a full revolution, before bringing her gaze back onto the l
Stories of Rapture: Dallas Byrdsong Part 1Stories of Rapture: Dallas Byrdsong Part 13 years ago in Drama More Like This
"I'm of the opinion that a person's name defines who they are. Take Andrew Ryan! His real name? Andrei Rianofski! Would anyone have followed a guy named 'Andrei' to the bottom of the goddamn Atlantic? Hell no! But Andrew Ryan? That's a good name! My name is Dallas 'Byrdsong'. With a name like that, I pretty much had no choice but to be a singer... it's a lucky break that I'm damn good at it."
Dallas cursed as stomped on his hat in frustration. His face was burning from embarrassment.
His one big chance to prove what he was made of and he'd screwed up his audition.
Dallas stared at his face in the mirror; he'd ducked into the bathroom after his failure. He splashed some water on his face and sighed. He took a moment to close his eyes and breathe.
"It's okay... It's okay. You had a bad go, but you can turn it around. You WILL turn it around."
That's what he told himself, but he still felt like a failure.
When he'd regained his composure, he he
Listen, Part 1Gray waves from a churning sea washed upon the shores of Stelt. Toa Onua Nuva watched them while walking through a seaside town on the island. As the breeze rippled the hooded cloak he wore, he idly wondered if it was going to storm soon. The dark clouds above suggested that it might, but an obscured sky was nothing new to him. Bright days were uncommon in a world ruled by Makuta Teridax.Listen, Part 12 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
It had been a few weeks since Teridax assumed control over the Matoran universe. Not much had improved in that time: The city of Metru Nui, Onua's adopted home, had become a virtual police state; Daxia, the headquarters of the Order of Mata Nui, dedicated to thwarting any plans of the Makuta, had been razed; even the mercenary organization of the Dark Hunters had suffered an invasion of its base on Odina. That hadn't stopped the resistance, however. Freedom fighters like the Toa continued to rebel against Teridax, though they'd had little success.
Portal 100 Themes: 4 - Opinion"...I mean, fair enough. The important thing is that it's open, but just mention it in the future! Cough, or something."Portal 100 Themes: 4 - Opinion3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Wheatley flicked on his flashlight as they left the turret production line.
"You know, I uhh.. Well, I really am sorry about that comment The one about humans. It was Really, uhh Out of line. The The smelly humans "
Wheatley shined his flashlight down on Chell.
"Well, I mean, It really is a err a matter of opinion And You know that I'm not always I'm not always right. So maybe, not all humans are smelly " Wheatley looked at Chell again, interrupting their progress. "Stop me if I'm offending you."
Chell gave him a weary look. She had been offended the moment he had started babbling about brain damage.
"I mean What is your opinion on On the matter? Oh, right You don't Umm Talk. Right. I forgot about that!" So What about jumping? Can you tell me through jumping?"
GUARDIANS OF THE ARKGUARDIANS OF THE ARK7 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Corporal Daniel Saunders gazed up at the sky, squinting against a sun that should not be there yet was. Sand whooshed past his ears. His two comrades, Corporals Frederick OKane and Oscar Marner glanced at their commanding officer, Lieutenant Hans Moff Jerrod. Saunders and his fellow marines had trained at the same UNSC academy, so knew each other well. They were not familiar with this new lieutenant, the last officer they served under, Lieutanant John Rambo Five, was killed in action when his drop ship was shot out of the sky by Covenant Loyalists.
The three men glanced at their new officer and fidgeted with their assault rifles.
Saunders sat on the back of the M12 LRV Warthog jeep, sweating in the unpleasant heat. His station today was manning the machine gun perched on the back. Okane was the best all terrain driver of the trio, so he was todays wheelman. Jerrod parked himself in the front passenger seat, f
Listen, Part 5Onua wasn’t known for a great many things, despite being one of the most powerful Toa in existence. It wasn’t that he wasn’t good at anything; quite the contrary: He was particularly adept at mathematics, puzzles, and occasionally puns. The truth was that most people who were familiar with him didn’t really know him that well. Even his teammates, the ones closest to him and closest to his heart, could never quite tell what he was thinking. Though Onua did not shut people out, he just didn’t tend to let people in. He spoke when it was necessary and when someone needed guidance, but rarely would he ever discuss his personal life with anyone. As a result, the only things he was particularly known for was being strong, being dependable, and being calm. Right now, though, he was feeling much more like the calm before the storm.Listen, Part 52 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Taking even breaths as he followed Cicada down the hallway, he struggled to find the be
Tale of a MadgodI am Sheogorath. I am perfect and everything but it; sane and insane; beautiful... and ugly. I am a demented maniac. In short, I am Me, and I have always been Me.Tale of a Madgod5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
...no. That was a lie. I have not always been Me in fact, I've been Me a very short time, compared to the Me before I came here... to become Me.
Is it confusing? I'm sorry. At the same time; not so much.
No, no. I'll try to keep My mind collected, but it's hard... the Isles will do that to you, you see, taking your mind into her warm hands and shaping it the way Cutter shapes her Ore. Have you met Cutter? She's a dreadful, lovely girl. You'd like her, perhaps.
Now, then. As I said, I am Sheogorath, as I've always been, and yet... not always. A long time ago - a few months ago - I was in Cyrodiil, on Mundus. I liked it there, when it wasn't raining or infested with Oblivion Gates leading to the Realm of Mehrunes Dagon. Dagon is a dreadfully boring character, by the way, and I don't think you'd like him very much at all.
Portal 100 Themes: 10 - I Do"So what exactly do you suggest?" Doug didn't take his eyes off the simulation, watching the flow of air and temperature through the Portals.Portal 100 Themes: 10 - I Do3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Well, is there any work laid out on the schedule?"
Doug waited patiently while she checked on her computer. He already knew the answer.
"Everyone gets the night off after the ceremony."
"In that case, I have a reservation for two at Cibo Meraviglioso." Doug's mouth twitched in a sly smile while she mulled it over. "Are you surprised?"
"Well, I thought that you wouldn't want to do anything after what's happening today."
"There might be more than one thing happening today." Doug looked away from the simulation,
He shouldn't have said anything. The surprise for dinner was ruined. He didn't have a choice. Time to rush ahead.
Doug looked around sharply, digging one hand into his pocket.. "I shouldn't have said that. I really shouldn't have."
He leapt out of his seat in a spontaneous movement, dropping to one knee in
HCoaRS: IntroductionHCoaRS: Introduction5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Hidden Codes of Rapture Survivor: Introduction
So here we are, the lovable city of Rapture. We hold the world records for leakage, collapsing buildings, bloodstained walls, and also the world's most retarded PSA's. Our main export is crazy, and our population is still unknown. The population of sane people, I mean. Everyone else is fried on the new drug craze that is Plasmids. It wasn't always this way though, well, at least that's what I've heard. I can't remember a thing, not even my real name. Speaking of which, I have forgotten to introduce myself. My name is Eve. Well, not really. I can't remember anything, but I have a necklace with the letter "e" on it. It's pretty scuffed up, and you can barely make it out, but I'm almost positive that it is an "e". I saw the name Eve on a sign, and decided to take it as my name, because of the loss of my real name. I am still trying to figure out who I am, why I am here, and how do I get out, but I guess in this place that's what ev
The TrialA full days walk south of the Giant Tree (for a human)The Trial7 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Four humans milled around a small camp they had just finished setting up for the night. Three men and one woman, they chatted happily amongst one another as the sun went down. One of the men started a campfire and began to roast some small animal they had caught. Soon the scent of roasting meat rose into the air. The man cooking the meat was large; his ears were studded, and other than the top of his head, which was utterly bald, he looked unshaven. He banged two pots together to get his comrades attention and called out, Gather round the campfire boys and girls, grab a leg to munch, this things got plenty to spare. Sit down, eat, and Ill tell you all a little tale Ive heard.
The three other companions laughed and hurried over, pulling chunks of meat from the strange Felarian animal. Theyd probably have questioned the odd appearance of their dinner tonight if it hadnt have been what t
Portal 100 Themes: 6 - New LoveCRASH!Portal 100 Themes: 6 - New Love3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Doug took a deep breath. Why was this window safety glass? All the others he had encountered weren't.
He swung the chair again, and the glass once again flexed.
"I don't know what you think you are doing But it won't work." GLaDOS added.
"Shows what you know NGH!" Doug grunted as he swung the chair again. Finally, the window gave in, breaking down into the test chamber.
"I still don't know what you think this will accomplish. You cannot ascend that ledge without a Weighted Storage Cube."
Doug scratched his head. "I uhh " His head was clouded. If only he had more medicine...
"Just go through the door to your right. I will dispense a Cube for you."
Doug's troubled mind instantly turned suspicious. " Why?"
"By moving through this test, you will actually be solving it. As long as that happens, I am happy to provide the means."
Still suspicious, Doug moved through to the other
Profile for TempestProfile for Tempest6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Name: Tempest/Carlita Tempani.
Species: Deltronian Transformer with a headmaster unit.
Appearance: (Tempest) Tall, medium build, light blue coloured optics, teal, silver, red and jade chassis. Uses a 1975 Chevrolet Corvette C3 Coupe car mode. (Headmaster Unit) Italian American female, olive skinned, brown eyes, New York Bronx accent, shapely yet voluptuous figure, five foot 7 inches tall, called Carlita Tempani, former NYC cab driver, hair is coloured and has a spiky upturned style that reflects her connection to Tempest.
Function: Soldier, traveller and arms dealer/merchant. (Carlita)
Occupation: Roughnecks team member and munitions trainer.
Information: Is partnered to human Carlita Tempani. Has a Californian type accent even though is prone to the temperamental nature of her New Yorker caretaker. Carlita is her headmaster component, and even though she is restricted to her vehicle mode when Carlita is absent, she would rather be that way than in her robot mode as she has a vain ob
Listen, Part 3It turned out that there was only one room available, but fortunately that room had two beds, which seemed to put the woman more at ease. It wasn't spacious, but it was warm and dry, and that was all the pair cared about. Onua took the bed closest to the door, while the woman took the one near the window. Neither of them really had any baggage, so they quickly settled into bed.Listen, Part 32 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Well, um," the woman said awkwardly, "good night."
"Good night," answered Onua, and he turned out the lightstone.
Under her blanket, the woman tried to get comfortable. As much as she preferred sleeping indoors, she just wasn't used to it. Her antennae rubbed against each other in anxiety. She would have liked to play music to calm her nerves, but she didn't want to wake her companion. So instead, she tried listening to the rain, but it seemed to have the opposite effect. Her muscles tensed as the steady downpour increased. She rolled her eyes, feeling fooli
Portal 100 Themes: 1 - Names.GLaDOS looked over the designs. A core, and a turret. Both of them had been adapted into humanoid robots.Portal 100 Themes: 1 - Names.3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Would they fulfil their task? GLaDOS was not sure if this would succeed, but that in itself was a test: 'Could robots solving puzzles qualify as science?' It seemed that no matter what happened, there would still be data to collect.
The plans were finished, and GLaDOS was just about to activate the assembly process when a new thought crossed her mind.
What were their names?
GLaDOS stopped. She couldn't very well create these things and send them off for testing without names, or else all her 'motivational' comments would be less effective.
Of course, the turret's red eye had been toned down to orange, and the core's optic had been set to blue, but GLaDOS felt the need to use something better. Something in the general vicinity of real names.
She immediately started analyzing their bodies, comparing them to a database of objects, and another one of random names.
Portal 100 Themes: 11 - Secret"I have a secret "Portal 100 Themes: 11 - Secret3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"A BIG secret!"
"Oh, how interesting." GlaDOS' eye regarded the little turret with little more than mild amusement. "And what is this 'big' secret?"
"I can't tell you. Then it wouldn't be a secret!"
The claw holding the turret tightened its grip slightly.
"Oh, I think you can " GLaDOS growled. "So go ahead."
The turret paused, and then spoke slowly.
"Don't make lemonade."
"Is that the secret?"
The turret paused again.
GLaDOS let out an electronic sigh.
"So why won't you tell me the secret?"
"Because it's a secret, and I can't tell you."
With a noise of disgust, GLaDOS' claw started carrying the turret to the incinerator, moving all the way to the end of the rail, before suddenly stopping.
Instantly, the claw was whisked back to GLaDOS' chassis, and she thrust her head close to the turret.
"Tell me what the secret is!" She snapped.
The turret's eye blinked off an on twice, before blurting out: "Get mad!"
"I will if you don't tell m
Listen, Part 2As the Toa entered, he took careful notes of his surroundings. The lobby wasn't much to write home about: most of the furniture was either wood or stone and had clearly seen better days. A few old carvings adorned the walls, but they needed repair. The one thing that was appealing about the place was a lit fireplace set into one wall, with a slight mantle underneath it. Several rocking chairs were sitting by it, though no one appeared to be using them. When Onua drew close to them, he noticed that one was leaning back much farther than normal, with nothing in it to support it. He grinned broadly. Walking to the fireplace, he stood directly across from the chair, reached his foot slightly in front of the mantle, and kicked. He felt two feet fall off of it, and the chair suddenly rocked forward. A low curse came from its direction.Listen, Part 22 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Well that was rude," said the rocking chair.
"At least I didn't sit on you," Onua replied, taking
Portal 100 Themes: 9 - You and Me"Between you and me " PotaDOS muttered to Chell. "I don't really know anything about this place. I knew it existed, but apart from that nothing. I'll be honest. It scares me."Portal 100 Themes: 9 - You and Me3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Scares you?" Chell looked down at the Potato.
"All my life I've known everything. I had internet access until they came, and by then I had a hard copy in my data banks. Wikipedia really is ones best resource apart from deadly Neurotoxin."
Chell nodded slowly. She had been a little girl when she was captured, and had never been ranted the apparent wonder of access to the Internet.
"But of all the information in my hard drives pre loaded, downloaded, or created through testing, I knew nothing of this place. Now I understand.
"This place is my history. All this was created before me. And I don't doubt that the wealth of history here would be able to tell me so much more about Aperture Science than the Wikipedia page ever could."
"But that can only happen if you put m
Yorumori and Reikoku Vs HanIt was a sunny day for the Hidden Rock village. the sky was clear, and all the children were out haveing fun. As always, the rock ninja were out on duty for any intruders that may attack the village. two were out infront of the gate and, as you may have guess, they were bored.Yorumori and Reikoku Vs Han5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
"grrrrr..." The first ninja groaned. " why do we have to stand here and watch... i rather be out there having fun in the sun"
"oh, shut up" the second ninja replyed. "You have all the sun shine you need... right here... right now"
although the second ninja spook a little too soon. For a huge dark cloud started to cover the sky. The two ninja's looked up at the cloud that had now cover up all the sun light.
"...What the hell...?"
" The weather borad said that there would be nothing but sun shine... when did this cloud came..?"
Just to make it even more strange, to their surprise, snow started to fall onto the ground. This was now confusing... and cold...
"Impossible... there has never been snow here in a
IcebergLounge Guen's 1st VisitIcebergLounge Guen's 1st Visit5 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Guenhivyre Pendragon ran her arms up and down the sleeves of her jacket, faking the chills in order to loosen up and move her wings a bit. She was next in line behind a tall and intimidating man, whom she was willing to bet was either a crime boss, or high enough rank to almost be one of those top contenders. His mocha-skinned head was shaved and she could see the veins in it throbbing as he argued with the bouncer at the door, who seemed to be refusing him admittance.
"You tellin' me my money's no good here?!" he was shouting, spittle flying from his mouth. The bouncer, whose face had been placid and unreadable when Guen had gotten in line, narrowed his eyebrows, and a corner of his mouth twitched down in the beginnings of a scowl.
"I'm saying that the Penguin has told all of us not to admit you or any of yours, Mr. Duquesne. And you'll find no money works with us." the bouncer said in a calm, carefully-controlled voice.
"Fine! FINE!!" Carlt
Portal 100 Themes: 3 - School"Interesting " GLaDOS played the sound file of rapidly flipping pages. "It says here that you did not go to school. How odd that you can solve these tests."Portal 100 Themes: 3 - School3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Chell scowled. More of GLaDOS's 'motivation'. In reality she could remember her days in school which had been cut short by Bring Your Daughter to Work Day.
"Well In light of this new information, I've decided that it is time you got some proper education. Let's start with the alphabet. A. A is for Aperture.. Or apple can you say apple?"
Chell said nothing, jumping through the blue portal and emerging from the orange portal across the room.
"I didn't think so. Anyway B. B is for Bad Person. You must have some experience with that. Moving on C. C is for Companion Cube. I'm positive that you know what that is. D. D is for death-"
She was finally cut off as Chell turned on one of the cameras, and dislodged it from the wall with a portal.
"Oh come on now. Was that really necessary?" The
For the New Lunar Republic Ch2For the New Lunar Republic Ch23 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"Fire in the hole!" Moxi could barely hear the voice over the rain as she saw the heavy looking black cylinder fly through the room's open window. The alicorn was momentarily distracted and Moxi seized her opportunity to rush the larger pony, sinking Dreamcatcher's knife deep into his leg just in time to be blinded and deafened by an explosion from behind her. Her vision was blurred by the flash of white, but the alicorn got the worst of it.
The alicorn swung the sword wildly, blinded by the flashbang and reeling from the pain of the knife, he was distracted enough to let Moxi slip beneath the sword, its blade passing close enough that she saw a number of dark violet hairs drop to the floor. She bolted back to Dreamcatcher, hoping to use the momentary confusion to slip him out of the building, only to find a number of other ponies beating her to the punch. Several pegasus ponies were already grabbing the unconscious Dreamcatcher and hoisting him out the window, each one bearing a patch