'IB' - Chapter One
So here it is! I am finally working on this for those of you who've been so patient. I am working on making this flow a bit better so please excuse its immense length since I have been adding a lot. I hope you guys enjoy chapter one and the rest of the story once I can get around to posting it! I am writing Dib's parts and Invader-Neo is writing Zim's. I haven't edited much of hers because she writes like a boss!
Everyone in the skool building knew it was a scientific law that when there was Zim, there was always oddities and inevitably, screaming. These screams were usually on resulting in either anger and denial at anything that could have been brought to his attention that he felt were threatening to his position and mission, or from absolutely anything that came out of his arch enemy's, Dib's, mouth. And both these oddities and screams were the very things that defined what Zim was to these humans as much as his PAK defined him as an Irken. He had
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Resolve came in the form of first sunlight beaming through the shattered hole that was at one point a window. It immediately melted away the shadows and extinguished the coolness that the night had brought. Everything was completely visible now and revealed to the paranoid human.
However, even after the sun had come up, Dib took a while to convince himself that there wasn't actually anything there, and that it had all just been a crazy delusion in his head. After several more minutes of watching everything around him, he had finally convinced himself that he was alone now, which actually relaxed him and made him realize how tired he actually was. It was too late to try and sleep now though since he had to get ready for another dreadful day of school.
He didn't try too hard, though, as he decided to stay in the bloodied and torn cloths from the night before and only ran his hands over his hair in an attempt to smooth it out. He was far too tired and stressed to be concerned
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Dib walked down the sidewalk appearing more disturbed than he had since this had started. The lingering taste of Zim’s blood seemed to keep him in an almost trance like state as he walked almost unnaturally down the sideswalk. Of course, the boy’s unsettling demeanor attracted more stares from the people around him.
People went from being distasteful and scowling at him, to almost frightened and concerned for the boy. He'd been progressing so quickly to lunacy lately that some people believed it was time he saw someone about it.
This thought of going to see someone though seemed to be out of the question in Dib’s mind. He knew a doctor would only blame it on schizophrenia or just plain insanity and not even try to believe that something was actually going on. He would only be prescribed some drug to try and rid him of ‘the images in his head’.
Perhaps that's what he needed to stay sane though; receive some counseling and a bit of medicin
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After several minutes of just staring at the computer in complete terror, Dib turned to the platform and headed towards it. He shut off the lights on his way out, the computer’s bright monitor illuminating the room now. His head turned to look back at it, nodding once as if to thank it before stepping onto the plate in front of him. The platform rose again for him to take him back upstairs into the wreckage. Now he had an answer as to what happened and why Zim was behaving like he was. The better question was, would he regret seeing that though; seeing the complete self-destruction of his now former worst enemy and now current worst nightmare?
The thing that made seeing that video so traumatizing was that he had actually grown to some what care about Zim. Yes, they were enemies both out to stop each other at every turn, but before Zim, he didn’t have a reason to get up every day and go to school. Zim was everything he had always wanted; an alien that had found
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Dib clung to his new friend almost as if he weren’t planning on letting him go. He pressed his face into the soft fur, his face strained with a permanent smile for he was quite glad that for the first time in his life, he had found something that seemed to care for him.
After a moment, he spoke to little Einstein. “You want to go to the park?” he questioned as he reached for the leash and clipped it to the dog’s collar before standing up. He headed towards the front door and opened it, looking back at the other.
Einstein was ahead of him though as he ran out of the door yipping, only to be choked briefly by the leash around his neck. He stumbled back a bit and shook his pelt out, looking back at Dib and yipping.
Dib replied to this by taking off in a slow jog, closing the door behind them. Soon enough, the park was in sight. As predicted, the park was rather empty on account that school was still in session and mostly everyone was at work. As he
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“I’m not crazy!!” Dib screamed, desperately trying to plead his case. “Let me go!!” The boy struggled to get free but to no avail.
The two nurses held firmly to the distressed and thrashing child. Another man wrapped the corpse of the dog in a blanket. "We'll have him buried in the pet cemetery." He stated to the boy, hoping it would ease his mind a bit.
The mention of the pet cemetery hardly calmed Dib, making him flail and scream more loudly. “NO! Don’t bury him there! Just give him back!” He looked to the doctor now in pure distress and agony. “I didn’t kill him I swear… Just let me go!”
"Okay, okay! Take it easy!" The man frowned with a guarded demeanor, not wanting to upset him further. "I'm sorry Dib, we'll just keep you overnight and study you. We aren’t saying that you killed the dog, we just want to make sure everything is working right in your brain." Dr.Gaul explained to him as sl
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It was dark by now, the stars just beginning to peep out in the sky while the sickle-moon shone faintly through the smog of the city. Zim walked down the sidewalk with his fists clenched angrily at his sides. Hours of walking looking for GIR and the little SIR Unit had been back at the base the entire time! That horrible robot! Next time Zim would make sure GIR would tell him when he was going out and exactly where he was going.
Suddenly Zim stopped mid-stride, looking back over his shoulder. For the past block and a half a suspicious looking bush had been shadowing him and sure enough it was still there, only five feet from him now. Zim narrowed his eyes. "Dib, this is your most pitiful spying attempt yet." He said. The bush rustled and the unmistakably big head of Dib popped out of the top. "Took you long enough to notice." Dib sneered. "Did you only just now realize I was here?"
"Of course I new you were here! Yes! It was… uh… all part of my plan. Yes! You have walked ri
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They padded along in silence then, making their way deeper and deeper into the savannah. Occasionally Zim and Dib caught glimpses of other animals, but Simba and Nala seemed intent upon where they were going and never slackened their pace.
Zim noticed Simba staring at him, his feline eyes practically burning holes into him. Somewhat irritated, Zim ignored him and focused on the ground beneath his paws, but he could still feel the lion cub's searing gaze, and it was beginning to make him feel uncomfortable.
"What?!" Zim finally snarled, snapping his head up until his violet eyes locked with Simba's amber. Simba never answered him but instead leaned toward Dib. "Hey, why is your friend green?" He whispered, although Zim could hear him perfectly well. Dib shot Zim a smug look. "Yeah, Zim. Why are you green?" He asked with a grin.
"You know perfectly well." Zim almost answered out loud, but he wasn't about to let his ingenious cover be blown so easily. Not with S
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I turn my attention back to the screen on the dashboard, my synth-esk lock of hair falling in my face. I push it back out of my face, in order to read what I had just typed. Staring at the Irken at text before me, reading and rereading the same name, over and over, again and again. My mind frozen as I sit there, staring at the screen.
Suppressed memories come flooding back again. Hot tears bubble to the surface and stream down my ivory cheeks. I turn away as I slam the screen down, not wanting to look at it again for a long time. "His name. It was his name."
I hear a voice come from behind, one of a lost love. "Dib-love, why must you abuse my equipment?" My tear burning eyes widen as much as possible. Quickly, I spin my chair around, only to be met with the fusch
Where Did I Go Wrong?Dib walked along the sidewalk. It was about 11:00 at night. Everyday was the same. Why was he out that late? Just thinking It was pretty easy to sneak out, mostly by the fact that no one cared where he was. With his head low, he walked through the echo of street lights. Wind beating on his face, Hands in his black hoodie, he continued to fight the wind and cold. He pulled his hood up, just to have it knocked off again by the wind. He yanked it back up to make it stay. The brisk of his warm breath faded in the night. Where was he going? He didn't know. Where ever it was, it wasn't anywhere he'd get lost. He wouldn't go as far as out of the city. Or would he? Whatever. Who cared? No one. That's who.Where Did I Go Wrong?4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Alley, after alley, he just kept going. Each alley had the same look, trashcan here, graffiti there. Nothing special. Dib sighed and tightened his hoodie on him. It had to be like only 30degrees outside. Dib closed his eyes, thinking whether he should head home or not. He lif
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"You are so obsessed, Dib." At the sound of his sister's voice Dib jumps from his hiding spot in the bushes. Quickly he looks around to find Gaz standing beside him drinking soda. She looks incredibly uninterested.
"Gaz! How did you get here?!" Usually his sister pops up in random places with little to no explanation as to how she got there. Worried about missing something, Dib turns his attention back to Zim's house just as the green alien walks out the front door. GIR, the robot he has, is in his usual green dog costume. With narrowed gray eyes Zim looks around cautiously before leaving the safety of his fenced yard. "You almost made me miss this, Gaz! He's probably planning to take over the Earth again "
"Nnn " Gaz replies and walks off.
"That was weird." Dib mutters to himself out loud before shaking his head and training his eyes on Zim. H
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"Stop denying it Zim, I know you are an alien," Dib stated while crossing his arms over his chest.
"I am not an alien Dib. I am a human! Must we go over this every time we meet?!" Zim said, waving his arms around.
"I will expose your true identity Zim! It might not be today, might not be tomorrow, but I swear I will one day!" Dib yelled while walking back to his seat, one desk over from Zim's. You happen to be in the middle of the two, again.
"Dib! Knock it off! If you actually want to graduate, I suggest you pay attention to this stupid text book that will get you no-where in life!" Mrs. Bitters screeched throughout the classroom. Thus, the boring day continues.
The bell rang, signaling that the horrible school day ended. All the sko
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I was upright, my hands chained to the wall. My glasses were off, like my shirt. I felt cold, I felt afraid.
I could hardly make out faint shapes in the purple room I was trapped in. Soon enough though, I saw a green figure walk towards me.
“Z- Zim?” I tried to say it strongly, but failed, it came out as a utter whimper.
It was Zim I could tell, as he came near me. His face almost touching mine, he grabbed my chin, and made me stare him in the eye, “Yes, I am Zim.”
Zim had an evil glint in his magenta eyes, they glimmered with a lust that I could not pin point. . .
“Now Dib-smelly, what do you remember last?” Zim asked me, after staring into my eyes for a moment.
“I r-remember walking d-down the road. . .” I quivered, his hand was surprisingly gentle on my face.
“Then?” Asked Zim, I could tell he wanted to hear the whole story.
“T-then, I s-saw yo
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The filthy city air stung my eyes and dried my mouth. That afternoon was freezing. A few measly, brittle leaves whizzed by my head in the icy breeze. 'AU-tumm' the hyoomans called this. But I didn't have a thought to spare for their stupid names. I was running, as hard as I could. The dark shadow of another highrise passed, and the sharp glare of Earth's sun slapped me in the face, forcing me to slit my eyes. I spat in disgust, fighting to stay on a straight course. The wind was picking up now, and I felt it whip around my hair and start to tug at the brim. Gasping, I clapped one hand over my head to stop the wig flying away. Even this miserable planet's weather was against me!
I gripped the wig tighter, determined not to lose it now, not with the Dib behind me. I growled. That Dib!
As the wind dropped for a moment, I could hear his running footsteps as he pounded after me; heard him draw a ragged breath to shout my name.
His voice pierced the frigid air between us, and I gritte
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Everyone harbours hatred for the one person they hated the most. Every single thing the person did made you angry, upset , and over emotional. For some reason this person got to you, no matter what. The overall outcome was that you want them gone. Out of your life forever.
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Zim looked to the large window glittered with acid. Rain. A scrawl appeared on his face. He forgot an umbrella and to bath in paste. Tapping his long talons on the hard desk, Zim let his eyes wonder across the room. Bored expressions were found on everyone's faces. Zim's eyes land on the empty desk across the room, Dib's desk.
The Dib human is absent, unlike him. Zim thought to himself.
Shrugging, Zim directed his attention back to the dismal display outside the window. At least the worm baby wasn't around to bug the amazing Zim, and by bug Zim meant simply being near him. But lately Dib hadn't been making any accusations towards the alien. Zim could even admit to the
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"You're nothing but a stupid, moronic defect Zim! You couldn't take over Earth even if you tried!" twelve year old Dib taunted, standing with his hands upon his hips as he glared down at his arch enemy, a look of pure venom etched onto his features. An unusual look, even for Dib himself.
He held his baseball bat, tapping the end of it slightly against the ground. Gaz lay to the right, not saying a word nor moving a muscle.
Zim lay on the ground in front of him, wheezing slightly and wiping at his mouth with the back of a glove. He pushed himself up from his position in the dirt, wobbling slightly after he found himself unable to apply pressure onto his right leg.
"What did you do that for?" he hissed, fists clenched.
"You were going to attack my sister! Hurt her!"
"I was PROTECTING her you stupid fool!"
"Well she can look after herself you rotten alien monster!"
"If it wasn't for me, she'd be DEAD out there on the middle of that road, idiotic hyooman!"
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Dib started up his video camera and set it on night vision seeing as it was slowly beginning to darken. Occasionally he would hear a rustling in the some of the bushes from somewhere far off. He looked around to see everyone else was hearing the same thing, especially Zim and his antenna. The Irken looked like he was ready to attack something if it were to be threatening to him. He was perched on one of the lower branches that were hanging above the tent just barely. It looked like the branches were barely holding his weight even though he probably weighted under one hundred.
"Whatever is moving isn't exactly quiet about doing so." Mandy said walking over to Dib as he filmed. He had to agree, it hadn't exactly been quiet the last time they had gone out though. For one thing, the last time they had gone out and done this a bear decided to escape the zoo. "Yeah, just stay on your toes till we find out what's making that rustling noise." Dib said quietly. Dib's thoughts were interrupted b
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"Think it'll work?" Tallest Purple asked without turning around.
Tallest Red sighed wearily. "For the thousandth time. It had better work! But nothing else we've tried ever has, so I can't help but wonder if this will be the same."
"Well, we've never tried anything as ingenious as this," Tallest Purple argued. He scarfed down a donut, licking the sticky glaze and donut crumbs from his fingertips.
"Ingenious?" Tallest Red scoffed. "Are you kidding? This isn't ingenious! This is stupid! It's completely transparent! There's no way he won't find out. He'll see right through it! He'll-" Suddenly he paused as if realizing what he was saying. "Oh. Right. It's Zim we'r