Keeping you Company_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_Keeping you Company6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
In Central City of Amestris, an outbreak of rebellions have occurred. Civilians armed with firearms ranging from standard to illegal have started to terrorize Central. Their prerogative, unknown. Motives, unknown. Leader, unknown. All that anyone knows is that the military must put a stop to these dangerous outbursts, to keep the peace, save innocent lives and halt this rebellion to prevent a new war. This is where our favorite military personnel come in
Damnit, get down!, Backup! We need backup! , Clear the way! Unless you want your asses transmuted, make way for the State Alchemists! Shouts rang through the dark, abandoned back-allies of Central. Orders, shots, rebellion. Military-issued boots clacking against the rubble scattered along the cracked pavement. Rifles, pistols, and other firearms cocking and firing. A snap, perhaps, flames. An armored fist launch
A Roy and Riza FanfictionFMA Roy x Riza FanficA Roy and Riza Fanfiction3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
It was one of those dimly lit, warm Central nights. A casual-clad Riza, a bag of groceries wrapped in her arm, was making her way home from the store. She sighed and looked up at the starry sky as she walked. The heels of her boots clicked rhythmically against the sidewalk. She looked down and sighed. Shopping took longer than she expected, and she was scolding herself in her mind for not leaving earlier. She shook her head silently to herself.
As she kept on her way, a streetlight overhead flickered for its last time, and burnt out. As she turned to look up and the sudden loss of light, a quick, hard hold came over her. A strong, meaty arm wrapped around her waist and the cool barrel of a pistol was pressed roughly into the side of her head.
"Hey, don't you know its dangerous for a lady to walk alone in the streets at night? There are bad people out here, miss, and you SURELY wouldn't want to get caught up in that kind of crowd " A slow, deep chuckle emerged