Faith of the Hearts Fan Chapter Part 1 Chapter 4Faith of the Heart (Fan Chapter)
Part 1 Chapter 4
The Wizard of Arthur
Written by: Shadow20X6
(Continued from The Original Chapter )
"That's not a problem at all Merlin, We can work as a great team, just as long as I'm in charge. " Marina said.
"Hey!" Donald interjected, "Nobody said you were leading, you are the least experienced in our whole group. I will lead."
"Donald, you can't lead, you lose your temper too often, You'll get us in trouble!" Marina retorted.
"Uh hold on a second, I think...." Goofy said, before he was cut off by Donald.
"Goofy keep out of this."
"Yeah, This is between me and Donald."
"Now hold on a moment" Merlin started, he was cut off by some angry quacking....
"I don't lose my temper I just get frustr
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
Symbiotic Boots, Part 1: Escape from OscorpSymbiotic Boots, Part 1: Escape from Oscorp4 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Part 1: Escape from Oscorp
"Somebody better have a good explanation for what just happened here!" said Mr. Denzen furiously. A vein in his forehead was known to bulge when he got especially angry, and it was doing exactly that right now.
A short, slinder boy with thick glasses who couldn't have been more than 30 jogged over to Denzen after looking at a computer monitor.
"Umm, sir, if you come this way, I can explain everything."
Denzen walked towards the computer monitor, and as he did, the boy, whose name was Jake, explained the situation.
"Well, sir, as you know, Oscorp has been developing a super suit based on the symbiotes."
Denzen nodded. By this time they were near the computer monitor. Jake sat down and typed something in quickly, and a graphic popped up on the computer. It displayed a featureless man rotating 360 degrees to show every angle.
"We took samples from every symbiote currently still with us, and well as a few samples we had in storage of oth
Symbiotic Boots, Part 2: Boot Information AcquiredSymbiotic Boots, Part 2: Boot Information Acquired4 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Part 2: Boot Information Acquired
The symbiote flew through the air duct, latching on its metal surrounding as fast as it could, with only one thought on its mind: freedom. The problem was it couldn't tell which exit was the right one. It traveled further and further down the vent, but couldn't see a way out. However, it did eventually come upon a deserted office in the Oscorp building. And best of all, it was facing a window.
The symbiote dropped down, and moved slowly towards the window. It pressed itself against the slightest crack in the window, and after some time, it was completely outside the Oscorp building, sticking to the window, and 80 stories up.
Slowly but surely, in the dead of night in Manhattan, it made it's way down the building. When it reached the bottom, it positioned itself in a alleyway next to the Oscorp building. It hid behind a trash dumpster, and began to contemplate its next move.
Several hours later...
The rain had started early tha
Mahou Galaxy: Chapter 13"I am the ship.Mahou Galaxy: Chapter 131 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Its shields are my willpower.
Its lasers are my white-hot fury.
Its engine is my yearning for freedom.
When I am at my station, its metal and my flesh are one and the same."
Keith read over the old Golden Alliance BioWarp Mage cadence again for the fifth time in as many days. As the introductory passage to the BioWarp Mage article, it clearly had relevance to others who performed the same duty, both in the past and present, but she wondered how many of them had managed to learn how to channel energy in the same sort of situation as her. The rest of the article was interesting, of course, and she pored over it, absorbing the most interesting facts. The first BioWarp mages were Mytharian High Elves who had descended from great wizards but were unable to grasp the intricacies of casting spells. Galactic ANarchist BioWarp Mages can use their teleportation ability to temporarily utilize their abilities with remote-piloted drones. Dryads are ofte
Mahou Galaxy: Chapter 11"Kiki done fight. Ship change back now." She urged her BioWarp station, to no avail. For at least ten minutes now, she had been trying everything she could think of to convince the ship to change her and itself back to their previous forms. As nice as it had been to be able to deal with the pirate, the size was starting to feel uncomfortable, especially given how cramped the tiny room felt. Frustrated but not wanting to deal with reporting her failure to the rest of the crew, she decided that the corner would be the appropriate place to sulk. It was then that the velvet pouch caught her attention. Fumbling with fingers that were nearly twice the size she was used to, even before she'd become female, the crystal plopped into her hand, and with what was the least mental strain she'd put herself through over the last couple hours, the gem began to glow. It was very pretty, a shifting rainbow of colors much like the mahoucite wires that she'dMahou Galaxy: Chapter 111 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
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Mia came awake suddenly when she heard someone scream. She jumped up ready to pounce on the intruder but looking around she couldn't see anyone other than her Big Sis. He was standing a little ways away shaking slightly, an accusing finger pointed her way. She cocked her head to the side, not knowing what she had done.
Slowly, his shaking stopped and he was able to speak again. “What are you doing curled up to me again.”
He was so silly sometimes, “Because nyou are Mia's Big Sis and it is Mia's job to make sure nyou are warm and comfy.” She tried her best not to laugh at his expression but it was very hard.
He stared at her for a minute with the cutest face before his expression change to the grouchy one that Mia had seen quite a lot lately. He started grumbling again, saying he wasn't her Big Sis. He was just being silly again. Of course he was her Big Sis and no matter how many time he denied it, Mia knew he would always be her Big Sis.
He moved over
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
Neko Mother - Chapter 4 - TG, TFChapter 4Neko Mother - Chapter 4 - TG, TF2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
“God I miss my backpack.” I muttered. It had been three days since I had had a decent meal. You would think that in a forest this size, there would be more to eat, but there had been bad weather threatening for the last week so all the game was staying on alert for any intruders to their territory. I was no master hunter, what with sticking mainly to scavenging the cities, so without a gun or at least a bow, my options were extremely limited. I had managed to catch a squirrel in a makeshift trap, but the other animals had been a bit more cautious. The few berries and edible plants I had been able to find along the path had provided for the rest of my meals, but my stomach was still growling. I knew the next town was about a day's walk away, but without anything to trade I couldn't even get a glass of water, damn scalpers. I would have to scrounge for food or something I could trade before I went in.
With only a few hours of daylight left, I began to look fo
Neko Mother - Chapter 5 - TG, TFChapter 5Neko Mother - Chapter 5 - TG, TF2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
I woke laying on a mattress, covered with a bright pink bedspread. Looking around, I found that the room I was in was small and sparsely furnished. Aside from the bed, the only furnishings were a desk with a hard-backed chair bolted to the floor in front of it and a large mirror on the wall above it. The only openings into the room were a door to the bathroom, another door opposite the bed that stayed locked, and a slot in the wall beside the locked door that would only open for meals and whenever there was a new puzzle for me to solve.
That was my world as I knew it. The only way I could tell time was by the three meals a day and the puzzles in between. The food was decent and always came with a pill I was required to take. The puzzle differed regularly. Form jigsaws to word searches. Sometimes they were metal pieces that I would have to pull apart then put back together. Other times it was a code I would have to break. Whenever the puzzles got too easy, the next batch would
Neko Mother - Chapter 7 - TG, TFChapter 7Neko Mother - Chapter 7 - TG, TF2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Although I knew it would be hard to convince Mia to stay behind, I was surprised just how hard it was for me to actually leave her there. As I walked over the hill towards the town, I found myself looking back. I could clearly see her as she peeked over the hill, with a nervous glance to the gate to make sure she could not be seen by the guards on the wall, I waved here back into hiding. Why was I so concerned about someone who should be my enemy? Steeling myself I walked on to the gates, this time forcing myself not to look back, in case the guards got suspicious.
I was let through after a short questioning of my intentions in town and an inspection of my bag. Walking through the gates I could see that it was quite a bit larger than the last town I had been to. It actually had a proper market street with food stalls and other shops set up in the buildings that had been properly maintained. The food smelled so good after having spent so much time surviving on road fare but I
Neko Mother - Chapter 8 - TG, TFChapter 8Neko Mother - Chapter 8 - TG, TF2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
At first, Mia was excited. Her Big Sis' hat had been knocked off revealing Neko ears just like hers. She looked at them and knew now why he had not smelled like other humans. Now she would be able to have all kinds of fun with him, running, playing and the best pets ever.
The sound of hissing brought Mia out of her day dream as Big Sis' tail was released from its hiding place. For some reason it was the movement made Mia think that Big Sis was angry. Was it because the other humans had tried to take Mia away from Big Sis. Yes she was scared of being taken away but the humans had just not known any better. She was sure it would be ok if they could explain everything to the humans.
Then the guard next to Mia brought his hollow stick up, pointing it at Big Sis. Before Mia could react, Big Sis had pounced on him, knocking him to the ground. Other human ran towards him but Big Sis was too quick for them. Kicking and punching, Big Sis knocked them down one by one. Mia was so scared
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
Mahou Galaxy: Chapter 4Mahou Galaxy: Chapter 41 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The ceiling wasn't really all that impressive, yet Keith still couldn't stop looking at it. It wasn't because it was displaying anything anymore--for the past four hours Heinrich had been showing him old holo-videos in an effort to teach him the basics of galactic history--but rather because the human still couldn't find any way to convince himself to go to sleep. Now he had quite a bit more to reflect on. He hadn't gleaned very much from the videos, as they were hosted by a pair of ghostly commentators who allegedly were doomed to watch terrible old holo-videos from the theater they haunted, and he had a hard time hearing any actual facts over Hein's loud, growling laughter at the jokes they made. With a little more context, Keith probably would have understood them, but for now he had to make do with what he managed to pick up from the archival footage.
The Golden Alliance, he remembered, is the largest of the galactic factions. The Angelic Protec
Mahou Galaxy: Chapter 2Mahou Galaxy: Chapter 21 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"Whoa, what the hell?" Keith sputtered as he stumbled through the door, propelled by the ridiculous strength of the wolf-man behind him. Inside the ship, he saw a dinged but relatively clean metallic hallway leading to a four-way intersection. For a moment he struggled to get back out, but the door sliding shut behind the wolf-man was Keith's first indication that this might not be the best idea. His protestations fell on deaf ears, and as he began to form another plea for rationality, he looked up at the alien's face. There was something there that hadn't been before, a determination signified by a furrowed brow and locked gaze. Rather than risk angering him by blocking his path, Keith scurried forward to the intersection, looking in all directions to see hallways down each of them. His captor's pace increased along with his own, and before Keith could ask which way to go, the wolf-man had burst into a full run, hooking a left where the hallways met and r
Mahou Galaxy: Chapter 5Mahou Galaxy: Chapter 51 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"No, Captain. There appears to have been no sabotage to either the controls or the BioWarp drive."
"I seriously doubt that whatever happened here was planned, Hein. I mean, look at him!"
Slowly, the voices of the ship's crew members faded into Keith's ears. The events that had just transpired still fresh in her mind, she didn't bother taking the time to doubt what had just happened, though a part of her wished she could. Opening her eyes, she saw that she had become rather acquainted with the utility room's floor. Groaning audibly, she pushed one arm against the floor and spun her upper torso around to face the other three, who all went silent the moment they noticed her.
For a beat, there was nothing from any of them. The other three had noticed the long hair, but the crumpled clothing that covered her had done a good job of hiding her new slight, girlish figure, and only now that gravity was pulling her now sizes-too-large shirt over the c
Mahou Galaxy: Chapter 7"Mistress? We have a report from our porter."Mahou Galaxy: Chapter 71 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
In a command deck larger than the the entire area of the Cassie's Machination, a red-skinned woman sat in the captain's chair, so lavish as to practically be a throne, with her legs crossed in a manner that implied refinement. Absentmindedly, she swirled a long-stemmed glass of translucent liquid while mentally she counted down until the moment that it would be best for her image to answer.
"You may proceed, Javier. Let's hear it."
The three-eyed man sat at the communications station replied coolly. "Of course, Mistress. She says that she's completed her objective path around the planet and is returning to the hangar bay. She's fairly certain that she wasn't picked up by any of the cities' instruments as she was never asked to transmit her reason for arrival."
"Excellent. It appears that the cloak device we procured has served its purpose admirably." Though she kept a collected demeanor, menta
Mahou Galaxy: Chapter 6Keith noticed early on in the job that her smaller frame and loss of muscle mass made the job of lifting the medical containers onto the lifts a fair amount harder than it would have been had she been male, and for the first trip she very nearly expressed the sentiment that this could be done faster if they went ahead and took her to see whatever magician they had planned on hiring to fix her. When she saw the flurry of doctors, all of them different races, rushing to get the crates off the abnormally large freight elevator, she quelled her thoughts on the subject of magic and set to the task with complete diligence. Besides, whether it was the higher oxygen content or something different about her body, she had a bit more energy than usual, so she figured she might as well put it to good use.Mahou Galaxy: Chapter 61 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Through conversation with the hospital staff that assisted her with the loading and unloading and various snippets overheard on each floor, she learned that an exotic entropic disease
Mahou Galaxy: Chapter 12Upon entering Sergio's room, Keith couldn't help but take a seat on his bed. Powering up the BioWarp engine to make sure it would kick into the faster travel mode that it had used before was mentally draining, and once she was feeling dizzy from that the toll of going on a rampage as an Orc decided to weigh in as well. She'd seen Sergio's room before, though at the time it was mixed in with the captain's room. In the few minutes she had been in her station, Sergio had managed to clean up the mess that remained from Heinrich's invasion of his territory, the piles of dirty clothes and food trays that had littered the floor stacked into tidy piles. Sergio was dusting off his shelf of miniature ships, each of them expertly crafted and painted, and each with a wood and metal base that was engraved with the name of the ship. Gingerly, Sergio lifted up one of the bases and held it close to Keith. It was an odd little ship, to be sure. Lumpy, green, anMahou Galaxy: Chapter 121 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Mahou Galaxy: Chapter 8The BioWarp station wasn't exactly cramped, measuring six feet wide and a bit more than double that from the doorway to the back wall, but it still seemed like it would be a little claustrophobic, and certainly too plain to want to spend any more time in there than was absolutely needed. In the back corner, Keith had set all of her possessions, totaling a pile of clothes that seemed likely to never fit anymore, a crushed tape player, still cradling a mostly-intact tape stuffed to the brim with low-fidelity Haydn, and the Fairy's wedding gift, tucked neatly away into its velvet pouch. She'd meant to get back to practicing with it, but it would have to wait until they'd successfully entered BioWarp. The real thing was better, after all. As for the cassette player, smashed out of operation at some point during the initial meeting with Heinrich, she figured Sergio would have the ability to repair it, or at least find a way to transfer the music from it. As theMahou Galaxy: Chapter 81 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
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It was probably ten minutes later that Keith finally looked down from the strange chromatic effect flooding the ship's cockpit, and the two crew members accompanying him realized that he'd lost track of the passage of time when his first question was whether or not they'd gotten away from the ones shooting at them. Saying that Lyn needed some time alone to double-check coordinate calculations, he led Keith back down the hallway, to the second intersection. Without the previous sense of urgency, he was able to get a better look around, and while the first intersection's pathway he had come in was open, the opposite side was closed. Curious, he pointed at the door there. "When did you close this one?"
"We didn't. That one stays closed unless we have a mess. Utility closet." Hein responded, looking a bit curiously at Keith at the assertion that it had been open to begin with. Keith scanned his memories of the past hour. He was pretty c
Mahou Galaxy: Chapter 10Stepping into the room to see the Vampire sitting calmly in his chair with the rope that had been used to bind him coiled neatly on the floor, Anyaria tensed up, reaching for the laser pistol she kept holstered to her side. "Nothing funny," she threatened, leveling the gun at him with catlike reflexes.Mahou Galaxy: Chapter 101 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"There's no need for violence, Miss. I was merely uncomfortable, and have no intentions of attempting escape yet." Sergio spoke with a voice far too calm for one being threatened with a weapon, and rather than focusing on her laser, he chose to stare directly into her eyes. The pirate was mentally thrown off-balance by his demeanor, but realizing that she was dealing with a Vampire, she broke the eye contact before putting her free hand up to prevent a stray gaze from making her a victim to whatever mind control powers he might have. "You seem a little less confident than I'm certain you were going for." With the slightest hint of a smirk, he offered,
My Alien Girlfriend (Chapter 4)My Alien Girlfriend (Chapter 4)2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
“What?!” I cried in surprise. “Your family is coming here?”
“Yes.” Yumi giggled. “Of course they will.” I shuddered a little at the thought of more of Yumi’s kind coming to this planet. What if they were discovered? Yumi didn’t seem to realize what a huge deal it was for an alien to arrive on earth in this way. A whole family of them showing up could cause a lot of trouble and it would be a lot harder to cover up.
“When are they coming?” I asked.
“Uncertain…they need a means to get here first.” She whispered, depression in her voice. She walked to my bedroom and took a seat on the bed, her tail coiling around her and resting on her knee like a pillow that the could rest her elbows on. I followed her in and crossed my arms.
“Wait, then how did you get here? Did it have something to do with that I heard on my way here?”
“Yes!” Yumi exclaimed. “You saw where the object
My Alien Girlfriend (Chapter 2)My Alien Girlfriend (Chapter 2)2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The girl leaped to her feet and made a dash for the back door. Her legs pumped in an odd way, as her legs seemed to bend backwards rather then forwards, much in the same way that a horses legs acted. Though a large part of me wanted to just let her flee into the rainy night, I couldn’t get over my desire for answers. I rushed after her into the rain. She was already leaping down the stairs, and I wasn’t about to let her get away.
“WAIT!” I shouted. I threw myself at her and we collided. I was surprised at the softness of her skin. She let out a loud cry of fright as we both hit the ground hard. I felt her thrashing and I clutched her leg tightly, keeping her on the ground. “I WANT ANSWERS!” I roared at her.
“Kelvarduut! Par kelvarduut braam!” The girl screamed in some strange and nonsensical language that I couldn’t figure out. I was shocked and almost lost my grip on her. Her free leg shot out and collided with my face as I rolled
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While Surveillance got the updated feed from the cameras in Kore's depot, Cetz went over the most current aerial photos of the area. They showed that a small force of people and equipment had moved, on the hunt for something. If Will and Louis were right and Watch One was looking for Doctor Palmer, not the virus, than Watch Two had lost all possible leads during the lockdown. Cetz groaned at the world and leaned back in his desk chair.
"Damn Watch politics," he said.
Watch Two was instructed to retrieve the virus, and they did. Mission complete, back to business as usual. They didn't have to go after Palmer and they didn't have to stick their nose in Watch One's business. But after being nearly screwed over by Martin Za