Sonic High Ch. 1: The MirrorSonic High Ch. 1: The Mirror1 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
It was a bright sunny day on Mobius and well known hero, Sonic the Hedgehog, was out on a run through the grassy fields of Green Hill Zone. He was keeping a good pace as he sped through the hills and slid through a tight opening into a cave then emerged out on the other side. He decided to relax for a few minutes before heading back.
“Whew! That was quite a rush! I wonder if taking the even longer way back will be just as thrilling.”
He sat down and looked around before he felt a soft tap on his shoulder. Sonic turned around and saw a bird hovering in front of him. In its talons was a chilidog.
Sonic smiled. “Hey! Thanks little guy! I really appreciate it!” He said before taking the footlong and biting into it, chewing for a few, and finally swallowing.
Just as he turned back to the bird, the blue hedgehog noticed something in the distance.
“Hmm...Experience has taught me to investigate anything out of the ordinary.” He said before dashing off to get
Magic on Mobius: Prologue Magic on Mobius: PrologueMagic on Mobius: Prologue 1 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
A large man was leaning back in a chair, twiddling his great mustache as he looked at a massive array of monitors. The monitors were arranged in a half-circle facing the man, providing the only light in the dark room he sat in. From the light the screens provided, one could see that the man wore a red jacket and black slacks over his egg-shaped body. His eyes flickered from screen to screen behind his darkened glasses as he muttered to himself. Every screen displayed a different image of a blue anthropomorphic hedgehog, one showing it in battle with an egg-shaped robot, another showing an x-ray of it, all of them providing valuable scientific information regarding the hedgehog. And every bit of it was practically useless to the man viewing it. “Curses!” he shouted as he slammed his fist down on the arm of his chair. The sound reverberated around the dark room. “Even with all of this carefully collected data,