From the Blizzard (Deadlox x Reader) Part 7Editing this so it isn't as horrible as before. Yeah.From the Blizzard (Deadlox x Reader) Part 711 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
Okay, so what happened here: I got a new laptop. Everything before this was typed out on my brother's nook/family computer, and anything after was mostly typed out on my computer. Hoped that clears things up a bit.
As (y/n) took off, Deadlox smiled and shook his head. What a cheater. He would've let her win anyway, but since now she had a head start, he had no choice but to win, if only to make her lose. Only to show her that cheating was bad.
He sprinted down the hill, kicking up snow behind him. His long stride combined with the downhill angle was no match for (y/n). He quickly darted to the left, cutting her off. He laughed inwardly as he saw her stumble, a shocked look sweeping across her features. Pumping his arms, he willed himself to run faster. He could already feel his victory swelling up his chest, and couldn't wait to rub it in her face.
"Shit!" He heard
From the Blizzard (Deadlox X Reader) Part 3Edited this so it isn't nearly as horrible as I first wrote it. Yeah.From the Blizzard (Deadlox X Reader) Part 31 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
You wake up to what sounds like an old pig snorting. An old pig with a cold. It takes your sleepy mind a few seconds to realize what you are listening to is just loud snoring. Like, really loud. You turn over onto your other side with a groan and try to go back to sleep. Though the weight of the blankets on top of you is warm and comforting, you are unable to go back to sleep. After listening for a while to the incredibly loud snoring, you finally open your eyes with a sigh. It was worth a try. You're confused by what you see:
You are lying on a soft, unfamiliar bed, swathed in multicolored woolen blankets. Across from you is another bed with a body in it, snoring loudly. You roll your eyes. All you can see of him is a tan face and messy brown hair. The whole wall beyond it is lined with empty beds, as is the side of the room you occupy. Every bed has a chest a
From the Blizzard (Deadlox X Reader) Part 1So, yeah. Editing this so it isn't as horrible when I first started. Yep.From the Blizzard (Deadlox X Reader) Part 11 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
You trudge through the snow, every step sinking a block, making it feel like you're walking through thick, cold mud. The freezing wind bites at your bare hands and numb fingers. Your cheeks and nose sting, and your eyes water. You stuff your hands into the pockets of your (f/c) hoodie, though it does little to warm your hands. Most of the clothes you own you are wearing at the moment, which isn't a lot; two t-shirts, two hoodies, and a pair of torn jeans. Despite the pathetic attempt to stay warm, your teeth chatter and you're shaking uncontrollably. You pull the hood further over your eyes, focusing your will to keep placing one foot in front of the other.
The whirling snow flurries in the wind make it hard to see, and you stumble over something and nearly fall. Your legs groan in protest as you struggle on, leaning into the wind. One more step. One more step. You stumbl
From the Blizzard (Deadlox X Reader) Part 2Editing this so it isn't as horrible as when I first wrote it. Yeah.From the Blizzard (Deadlox X Reader) Part 21 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
She was half-buried in the snow, a few blocks away from the tripwire. Actually, he might have accidentally tripped over her if Ty hadn't been looking down at the ground ahead of him. He stopped and stared at the body. Who the heck was this? Who would be crazy enough to travel in a storm like this? Was he dead? He approached cautiously. It might have been a fallen-but-not-dead zombie or something.
He turned the body over with his foot so he lay on his back. A barely audible feminine moan sound from her mouth. His eyes widened. She was alive! He quickly sheathed my sword and knelt down beside her. He turned her over so she was fully on her back and wiped away the snow that encrusted her face. Under the torchlight her face was pale and her (h/c) hair fanned out like a halo around her face. Snow bits still stuck to her eyelashes and eyebrows. Her lips were chapped and slight
From the Blizzard (Deadlox x Reader) Part 8Editing this so it isn't as horrible and painful to read as it was before. Yeah.From the Blizzard (Deadlox x Reader) Part 811 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
*~*Still Deadlox's POV*~*
Ty pushed open the swinging door of the tack room, which gave way with a drawn out squeak. In here, the musty smell of hay and wheat was stronger. There was a small workspace littered with spare parts of machines that he liked to tinker with, along with the remains of the tripwire alarm system. Hanging on a wall was an assortment of leads, saddles, brushes, and other items necessary for proper horse care. In the far corner lay extra bags of feed, all lined up neatly against the wall. They were surplus foodstuffs that no one had bothered to move up to the second level, where all the food was usually stored. (A/N: I don't own a horse, so I'm just describing what I think would be in a tack room.) On the opposite wall, near the door, was a pale blue plastic bin with a lid.
Ty flicked on the light switch next to the door, illuminating the room
Let It Go (MC YouTuber Parody/Version/Whatever)Seto: The stars shine bright in the dark sky tonightLet It Go (MC YouTuber Parody/Version/Whatever)10 months ago in Short Stories More Like This
Not a footstep to be heard
A land full of desolation
I can only just observe
The mobs are moaning
Like my aching heart inside
Couldn’t keep it in
How Notch knows I tried…
Don’t let them in, don’t let them see
Be the good boy you always had to be
Conceal, can’t feel
Can’t let them know
Well now they know!
Let it go, let it go
Can’t hold it back anymore
Let it go, let it go
Or run away and lock the doors
I don’t care
What they’re going to say!
Let the night strive on
The dark never bothered me anyway
Seto: It’s funny how some distance
Makes everything seem small
And the fears that were chained on me
Won’t bother me at all!
It’s time to see what more to do
To test my limits and break through
No bad, no good, no rules for me
Let it go! Let it go!
I’m one in the dead of night
Let it go! Let it go!
No one can kill my light
Here I stand!
From the Blizzard (Deadlox x Reader) Part 5Editing this so it isn't as horrible as before.From the Blizzard (Deadlox x Reader) Part 51 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
Downstairs, Sky is rummaging through his chest, tossing clothing and other items into the backpack lying on his already made bed. As you walk past, another question suddenly slaps you in the face. Metaphorically.
"Um, Deadlox?" You ask hesitantly, your voice hushed as you walk past Mr. Sunglasses.
"Yeah?" You reach his bed, in the corner opposite of yours. He opens the drawers in his drawer and sifts through their contents. It's full of clothes, from what you can see.
"What happened to my backpack with all of my stuff?" You let a teasing tone enter your voice. "And all my old clothes?"
To your satisfaction, you see a pink glow creep into his face. You hear a snicker across the room from Sky. He clears his throat. "They're in your chest. Don't worry," he adds. "I didn't go through your stuff." He hands you a small pile of neatly folded clothes. "Here.