Legend: Four GoblinsLEGEND - FOUR GOBLINSLegend: Four Goblins8 years ago in Scripts & Screenplays More Like This
1. EXT. FOREST - NIGHT
The setting is utterly tranquil and majestic, and there is something magic in the air. Numerous small animals frolic about. Squirrels, deer, rabbits, mice. We see hints of something bright and white flashing over the brow of a distant hill.
Nearby, BLUNDER, a small figure wearing an oversized horned helmet that hides his head completely, is walking along a shallow stream bed. Occasionally, he will stop and glance about, as though sensing that something is "amiss."
As he continues, a hand suddenly shoots out and grabs him and pulls him into the bushes.
It is BLIX, a brigand goblin hunter. With green skin, a long nose and pointed ears, a slung with savage weaponry, he is a terrifying sight.
Blunder. Forgive this intrusion, but we goblins are a free-spirited lot.
Gripping Blunder by his helmet horns, he gives him a rough shake. Blunder wrenches free and turns, bumping into POX, a fat, furry goblin with the face of
Seducing the Waker: Ch 1The river water was like ice on her heated skin. Elysium sighed as she sank down and ran the icy relief over the large purple bruise on her arm. She'd dropped off her son at a friends as she fled from her house and enraged husband. He would have broken her arm this time. And all she had asked was how his luck had been in finding a job.Seducing the Waker: Ch 16 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
All she'd gotten for her curiosity was another beating. It hadn't always been like this. Not in the beginning. Charles had been such a sweetheart before. He had been all smiles and laughter, she had loved him so much. She had known that he had his issues, his mental problems. And she coped with the mood swings and the yelling. It wasn't all that bad before.
She knew that he'd been drinking, it had started small at first, just a beer here, a cooler there. Then over the years it got worse. He started stashing bottles in places and when she'd ask him about it he'd only shrug and argue that it wasn't a big deal. She begged him to get help, t