SolAra at the Green SunAradia hovered next to the Green Sun, watching her friends fly away into the distance, their comet leaving a mustard-coloured streak behind it. Beside her, Sollux floated uncertainly, the glow of the sun making his ghostly form even harder to discern. But she could half-feel him there, as she could feel the presence of the spirits of the dead, and that made up for it.
"S0, AA, now what?" he said hesitantly.
"Good question," she laughed. "I'd say we have a couple of hours until Jack shows up, so I guess we just have to entertain ourselves! It's really too bad we never got to have the corpse party." Aradia was talking with her hands, gesturing at the sun, at the place where Jack was coming from, at Sollux, who rolled his eyes but refrained from commenting on either that or on the corpse party.
"It would have been so much fun to throw your body into the sun. And the best part would have been that you were here to see it!"
"N0, that would have been the w0rst part, because I'm not all-fucki
Troll SerendipityAradia was sitting on the porch of the hive, humming to herself and sketching pictures of fantastical skeletons in her notebook, which she had propped up against her knees. She was leaning up against the railing of the porch, but when Sollux opened the front door and stepped through it, she sat straight up and gave him a big smile.Troll Serendipity3 years ago in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
“Hey, AA,” he said, coming to sit down across from her.
“Hey! What are you up to?” she said, putting down her sketchpad.
“Eh... nothing much,” Sollux admitted. “I was trying to help Karkat fix his husktop over the phone again, but damn if that fucking retard hasn’t gone and practically blown up the hard drive! It’s so fucking frustrating how he manages to do the worst possible thing to his husktop every single time. He’s practically shitting on my hopes and dreams of being good at computers. Every time I start thinking I’m a big shot hacker and programmer and what the fuck ever, I get a call f
Pesterlog: KatNep CatnapAC: :33 < *ac swishes her tail regally and stretches gracefurry*Pesterlog: KatNep Catnap3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
AC: :33 < *she licks her paw unconcernedly, then swipes it ofur her ear*
CG: WOW, I WAS JUST MINDFUCKED BY HOW REGAL THAT TAIL SWISH WAS.
CG: PLUS TEN POINTS FOR HER ROYAL FUZZFACE.
AC: :33 < *ac licks her paw again, and purrs her grratitude fur the compliment*
AC: :33 < she lies down in the beautiful sunny patch and rolls around contentedly*
AC: :33 < *she purrsents her soft fluffy belly to her furend and wonders if he would purrhaps like to scratch it to further show his admeowration fur her regal catliness*
CG: WOULD YOU LIKE A SIDE ORDER OF POACHED RAT WITH YOUR HEAPING PLATE OF SPOILED LAZINESS, YOUR HIGHNESS?
AC: :33 < awh, karkitty, you know i wasn't being serious :((
CG: WELL MAYBE I WASN'T BEING SERIOUS
Arasol: Niightmare2You wake to a soft tickle on your nose, groaning and pushing it away. The wind blowing around you brushes the blades of grass lightly against your face, as though to wake you from your slumber. With a small, exasperated sigh, your eyes flutter open to reveal a beautiful open meadow stretched out around you. Rolling hills covered in green grass seemingly dancing in the breeze. It’s peaceful and quiet. And, yet, you wonder why you’re here and not in your hive. It’s not very smart to fall asleep outside. The nightmares. You shiver just thinking about them.Arasol: Niightmare23 years ago in Drama More Like This
As your eyes slowly adjust to your surroundings, you watch the dark sky, littered with stars and blue-tinted clouds. So quiet. The only sound you hear is that of your heart racing against your chest and your breath escaping in short, quick gasps. A thin layer of sweat coats your forehead and you brush it away. You’re uneasy now, realizing that something must have happened. There is no reason your body would be so
Doc Scratch x Reader - Gone, Gone, GoneDoc Scratch x Reader - Gone, Gone, Gone2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
All day, everyday for two weeks straight you had laid in bed, staring at the ceiling as if you felt nothing. You were usually so upbeat and organized throughout the day, but it felt as if someone had drained your life force with a vacuum cleaner. Your friends and family, they all wondered what was happening. Maybe you were going through a state of depression, or maybe you had just caught some kind of flu. Of course, you yourself knew what was going on.
Doc Scratch had left on a business trip. Two weeks ago from this day, he had left you standing in the airport, unsure of what exactly you should feel. You wished him good luck, but your heart was sad to see him leave. So sad that you had put yourself in a coma-like state. When he waved goodbye to you and walked through the boarding tunnel, your entire life had changed at that moment.
He had wished for you to go with him, but you had scarcely declined. It wasn’t that you didn’t want to go, you just didn’t want be in the
The Man with Red EyesShe had been watching them for two days now – the male troll in the ratty cloak, and the jade-blooded female. They were walking across her territory, and worse, they were hunting, hunting her prey, without her permission.The Man with Red Eyes3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
She would not stand for it. She could tell by the way they were attempting to sneak around that they must be fugitives, but that didn’t mean they had a right to her food or to her land. They would only bring trouble here. She didn’t like them.
At the moment, she was watching them preparing some kind of curious trap, made from her vines and her branches, presumably for some smaller beast, a bird or a squirrel. Well, she would make sure they caught nothing. The huntress’s hackles raised, her green eyes angry, but she didn’t hiss or growl. The intruders must not know she was there.
Now they were covering the trap with some of her leaves, and the female wandered a short distance away, while the male, who obviously though he was the more fit o