Three Words (Felix and Calhoun)“You really like her don’t you?” Ralph asked Felix one day after work. He mostly asked because he knew Felix would bring her up one way or another. It seemed like Felix spent more and more time talking about Tamora and even daydreaming during game hours. It was never something super serious, just added up to a lot of game overs, but Ralph had to admit it that was getting quite annoying.Three Words (Felix and Calhoun)2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Felix took a heavy breath, “Ralph, I,” Felix laced his fingers together and twiddled his thumbs, “I don’t just like her, I love her.” It wasn’t that hard to tell him. Felix knew he loved Tamora since the first time he saw her, and the more time he spent with her the more he knew it.
Ralph looked down at his little friend and nodded slowly, “Oh,” somehow this didn’t surprise him, but Ralph kept watching Felix and noted his mood was as blue as his attire, “Why the long face then?” He asked extremel
Wreck-It Ralph: Ralph and the Blue BlurRalph and the Blue Blur - A "Wreck-It Ralph" FanfictionWreck-It Ralph: Ralph and the Blue Blur2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
The Tapper bar was full that particular night with characters discussing what was increasingly being referred to as "the second Turbo incident" - how Wreck-It Ralph's attempts at heroism had nearly caused at least one game to be pulled and unleashed a menace that could have destroyed the whole arcade. But, and this was the most important topic, Turbo's survival of the first incident and hijacking of Sugar Rush was revealed. Suddenly, "going Turbo" took on an even more sinister undertone, for his disguise had been totally convincing until Vanellope had broken it by her glitching powers.
The only way this was possible was through manipulating game code - a task too dangerous to be worth it in most cases, and certainly not done for your own personal benefit! Even villains knew that doing that kind of manipulation had too high a risk of getting their game pulled to make it worth their while. If Turbo had no su
KnitMost days, Felix liked to believe that he knew his wife quite well.Knit2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Like any good husband, he knew that Tamora preferred pumpkin pie over cherry, would always choose to wear something black if the option was open to her, and, after a hard day at work, was happiest when the two of them did nothing other than spend the evening snuggling. He knew for a fact that she could drink any of her soldiers under the table on any day of the week and still be fine the next morning to do her job, and he knew that the fact that she was able to do that was because he would use his hammer to take away the pain of the hangover would stay between them until the day they died. He knew just how to use his puppy-dog eyes to ever so slightly bend her will away from doing something dangerous towards a safer, more pleasant pastime, just as he knew that she knew that, if she really wanted something, he could never say ‘no.’ He knew just what buttons to push to get her riled up and angry, and he knew
Mint Chocolate Chip (Felix and Calhoun)Felix awoke abruptly and was frozen stiff as he lay in bed. His eyes were wide open as he tried to see through the darkness. Nothing looked familiar, only the fear felt secure, but slowly shapes began to fill the room. A lamp here, a drawer there, and the door adjacent to it. The windows slowly became more visible and light came in. But still he couldn’t move. The sound of his quick shallow breaths kept him at bay.Mint Chocolate Chip (Felix and Calhoun)2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Slowly, slowly his grip loosened and his body sank into the mattress. He took a deep breath and reached up to feel his left eye, and to his relief it was unharmed. Just a dream… He let that sink in for a minute and then rolled over to try and find the comforting touch of his wife; but he felt nothing. There were just blankets. He sat up and looked harder, but sure enough she wasn’t there. Felix felt himself begin to enter the small state of panic again, but he closed his eyes and took a long deep breath. “She’s not gone. She
Happy Anniversary (Felix and Calhoun)"So, do you have any plans for tonight?" Ralph asked the small handyman that walked beside him. The arcade had just closed and they were walking across the roof of the apartment building. "Happy anniversary, by the way," He added awkwardly at the end.Happy Anniversary (Felix and Calhoun)2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Felix looked up at Ralph and smiled, "Thank you brother! And no, I didn't plan anything." He admitted confidently.
"What, Felix didn't plan anything for his first anniversary?" Ralph teased as he remembered the elaborate plan he did for Sergeant Calhoun's birthday. It had been grand and a complete success. Therefore Felix must be joking, but the small man didn't answer "No, seriously?" Ralph lifted his eye brows almost in concern.
Felix laughed and rested a friendly hand on his brother's arm "I know, I know! I just thought that this time I could let her decide what to do. I'm going to say yes to everything she requests." He stood tall and happy. Ralph burst out in loud riotous laughter.
"Felix you know she's probably going to do
IntroductionWreck-It Ralph: Fix-It Felix meets Vanellope for the first time. It doesn't end well.Introduction2 years ago in Humor More Like This
"So who's the dweeb?"
Ralph glanced up at the small girl seated on his shoulder, her arms folded over her chest as she scrutinized the maintenance man conversing (arguing) with Sergeant Calhoun with narrowed eyes and a petulant expression. The large man blinked. "Who, Felix? Why would"he paused, his eyes widening. "Oh, you never really met him, did you?"
"I don't wanna meet him," Vanellope said, though quietly enough so that Ralph didn't hear.
"Well I can fix that," Ralph continued, plucking the girl from his shoulder with ease, despite her small squeak of indignation, and placed her on the hardened chocolate floor. "Hey, Felix," he called, and the maintenance man tore himself away from his conversation, "There's someone here I want you to meet."
Excusing himself with a dramatic bow, Felix strolled over to them. "Yes?"
Ralph motioned for Vanellope to come forward, the girl having stepped beh
NumerousIn the first, she was dead.Numerous2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
It was a well-known fact at Barry’s Barn that, if a game did not pay for itself within the first few months of being installed, it was done. Barry, the owner of said establishment, long since learned that a game either became a success or flopped, and in the little town that his arcade occupied, there was little room between. Either his newest additions drew in new faces or old ones more frequently, or he was done with them. Unplugged, shipped back to the company with a complaint of a bug before the warranty was up, and recycled for the parts that were still perfectly good, it was a fate that many a game had met at Barry’s hands.
Hero’s Duty had just been another one of those casualties.
The game’s three month tour had looked promising when it had first been plugged in, a line of teenagers excitedly waiting for their turn to blast the scum that were the cy-bugs. Led through the levels by their fearless leader, Sergeant Calhoun, dozens
I Love You Still (Felix and Calhoun) 2/2Felix burst through the door of his home his heart in his throat. He had gone to get Tamora like he did when he had nothing to fix after arcade hours. Upon not seeing her come out when she usually did, he had approached Kohut , who informed him she had gone home a few minutes before the arcade closed, and that was it; except for a look of anger.I Love You Still (Felix and Calhoun) 2/22 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Felix had felt his temperature drop. What could have possibly brought her home? Nothing was more important than Hero’s Duty. Not during a working day.
His thoughts kept coming back to the baby all the way home.
Felix closed the door behind him slowly as he took in what he found. For one, all the lights were off. If it wasn’t for the certainty that he hadn’t seen her at Hero’s Duty he would have thought no one was home. The coffee table they had in the living room was broken and spread around the room. A lamp that sat next to the couch was shattered. There was a hole on the wall by th
I Love You Still (Felix and Calhoun) 1/2Sergeant Calhoun left Hero’s Duty as soon as the arcade closed, and for a very good reason. She went home and was careful to not let Felix see her as he was still working in the nicelander’s apartments for the day. She changed out of her armor and took a quick shower. She dried her hair and then just stared at the mirror. She practiced a casual smile. Half a smile. A normal one. Ugh, she looked ridiculous either way, but one of these would have to work for what she was going to tell Felix.I Love You Still (Felix and Calhoun) 1/22 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
How would she tell him? Tamora put her hands on the counter and leaned forward, “Hey guess what?” she said with a grin, “You’re going to be a father,” she added. No. “So, I went to the doctor today and he said…” She rolled her eyes at herself and turned her back on the mirror to look for an answer in the tiles. This was going to be so much harder than she thought. Slowly she turned back around and folded her arms. With a serious f
I Love You Still (Felix and Calhoun Epilogue)It still took a long time before Tamora slept the whole night through, or actually laughed out loud about something, like she used to. But that was ok, Felix didn’t really mind. She could take all the time she needed.I Love You Still (Felix and Calhoun Epilogue)2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
…Actually there was one thing that bothered him a little more. Tamora still would say no to going out places. If it was planned with Ralph and Vanellope she would make the effort, but if Felix offered to take her somewhere the answer was always a quiet no along with an excuse of being tired from work; no exceptions.
Felix didn’t push her to say yes, but secretly he was dying to get out of the house with her. It was something they used to do often and he thought the change of scenery would do her good, so one day he decided to finally persuade her.
“All right Tammy we’re going on a date!” Felix was waiting in front of the door and as soon as her figure came through the frame he let her know. Tamora almost tripped over
Wreck it Ralph: Sick Day"I gotta tell ya, grease monkey, you sure picked a bad time to get a virus." She had picked a bad time. It was Friday night, which meant tomorrow was Saturday. And Saturday at the arcades was the equivalent to little kids in a candy shop. Pure, hectic chaos. And a lot of it.Wreck it Ralph: Sick Day2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Vanellope scowled at him from where she was walking- right beside him, her small hand clutched in his massive ones. "I didn't mean to."
Ralph had found her over an hour ago after popping over to Sugar Rush for a nightly visit. Work had ended, and he'd had to avoid bumping into an overzealous Felix Jr. who'd been getting ready for his date with Calhoun for over a week and was running late. But he'd made it. Vanellope had been ecstatic to see him, but something had been off. No flying insults, no harsh words and when he had asked her if she wanted to show him the new cart tricks she had learned she said she couldn't. "I'm feeling dizzy," she'd said, her voice small and embarrassed.
He'd checked her temperature, a cha
Serendipitous 2Wreck-it RalphSerendipitous 22 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Tamora shot across the horizons, Vanellope keeping hold of the hover board behind her. Eggman had stolen her boyfriend and he was going to feel her wrath when she got a hold of him. That much was obvious.
The leader of the Hero's Duty crew now had a reputation, after the Turbo incident, for being tough-as-nails, blunt and almost completely unforgivable. Everyone is the arcade feared her name and feared her game, even her own soldiers. This was perfectly acceptable for her – she liked knowing that she had some power.
Obviously, when word was out that she was dating the sweet and bashful Fix-it Felix Jr. from a game that was three decades her elder people began to question whether she really was as rigid as she was made out to be. Well, a few more rounds of slaughtering Cy-Bugs and her reputation remained the same. It was just ingrained into the minds of people that you shouldn't ever mess with the handyman or find out how good he
SerendipitousWreck-it RalphSerendipitous2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Fix-it Felix Jr. was as gentlemanly as a guy could come. He would hold open doors, help the older characters across Game Central Station, offer advice whenever you wanted it and comply with all needs while taking that extra step to make you happy. He was famous throughout the arcade for being a nice, gentle and generally happy guy that no-one would even think of hurting.
Well, besides that fact that he had a blunt, weapon-wielding warrior sergeant for a girlfriend who would kick the innards out of anyone who dared stepped across the lines. But that was beside the point.
Fix-it Felix Jr. was also to man to go to when a repair was needed. Handling his magic golden hammer like he had done it his whole life (which he had), Felix could fix just about anything that needed it, even code if necessary (after being punched repeatedly to make candy laugh, he was rather glad he could do so).
Of course, Fix-it Felix Jr. was a character like everyone else,
PuffballIt was a well-known fact that Tamora Jean Calhoun, Sergeant of Hero’s Duty, was the toughest character to ever be plugged in on this side of the arcade. She might not have been the tallest character, or the physically strongest, but she was the toughest, and any who tried to question this would quickly find themselves face down on the floor as she proved just how tough she really was.Puffball2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
A lesser known secret, known, in fact, by only two other characters in the entire arcade, both of whom she had sworn to secrecy with the threat of a very painful death, was the fact that she had fallen in love with a fluffy little white puppy.
It had started the day Felix had volunteered the two of them to help out in one of the newer games, a simulation pet store where the player tried to sell as many animals as they could in the shortest amount of time possible. It had just been plugged in the day before, and since the owner, an elderly man who was too old to care for the creatures himself, had de
The Almost final chapterCalhoun bolted out of the tower to where Ralph, Vanellope, and Felix were waiting; nothing in her mind except the hope that she wasn't too late. She noticed that they had moved to the entrance of Hero's Duty. Smart move, that was safer, but that meant she had to run farther. The suspense slowly ate her away.The Almost final chapter2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Ralph was kneeling with Vanellope huddled against him. Her face stained with tears and her eyes were red and puffy. She was still sobbing and looked exhausted, revealing exactly how long Calhoun had taken.
Ralph had his own tear tracks on his cheeks, and he seemed to be talking, moving his head from Felix to Vanellope. Back and forth, and then Ralph looked up with worn out eyes for what looked to be the fiftieth time that night. His expressions gladdened when he saw Calhoun coming, but Tamora didn't, and she wouldn't until it was over. She watched Ralph as he said something and nudged Vanellope. She looked up her eyes wide with hope when she saw Tamora. Ralph said
Cry“You know I hate it when you come here, Fix-it.”Cry2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Bounding off of the train that had carried him into the cold, dark world of the first person shooter, Felix could not help but smile as he caught sight of his wife’s disapproving glare. Although under normal circumstances he would have complied with her standing order and have waited for her at the entrance to her game, safe from the dangers that crawled within Hero’s Duty, today he just could not help himself. Excitement overriding his common sense and deep-rooted fear of the bugs, he had hopped on the train without a second thought, his mind solely fixed upon the woman he knew would be waiting for him.
How often did one get to celebrate an entire ten years as the most popular game in the entire arcade?
“Hello to you too, Ma’am,” Felix said with a grin as he jumped to her side, placing a kiss on her cheek before planting his feet on the ground so that he could look up at her without his constant
Wreck It Ralph- Turbo Returns ( Chapter 1)DISCLAIMER: I DO NOT OWN WRECK IT RALPH. DISNEY DOES. AND DAN PHEONIX COMES FROM MY TEAM FORTRESS 2 STORY ON FANFICTION, TRUE STORIES OF THE GRAVEL WARS. AND I DO NOT OWN EVERY OTHER CHARACTER OTHER THAN PHEONIX.Wreck It Ralph- Turbo Returns ( Chapter 1)2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Saturday Night in the arcade.
Several Beer Glasses slid off the table as an arm slammed onto the polished wooden surface.
The large crowd surrounding the two men cheered and booed as they both stood up and shook hands.
“ I win.” said Link, smiling.
Ralph stood up and clapped the 19 year old Hylian on the back.
“ First time someone’s actually beat me.” he replied, a hint of amazement in his voice.
“ Well, I think it’s time to leave now to the party.” said Ralph as he walked back to Fix it Felix Junior, Link following him
As he entered through the gate after Link, an alarm sounded. AGAIN.
“ Name?” asked a weary Surge Protector as he appeared.
“ WRECK IT RALPH!!!!” screamed Ralph
The Brat's ComeupanceThe Brat's Comeupance2 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Vanellope von Schweetz was a typical nine year old girl. Granted, she was a bit rotten and sassy but she had a good heart. Wreck-it-Ralph had taken quite quickly to her due to their similar situations and her over-all cuteness. After all, she was the one who showed him how to be a true hero. Anyway, she was very hard to say “no” to and that generally made things hard. Vanellope was very used to getting her way, if not by begging then by her rapier wit. So that's what caused their current little problem. For several days, the little glitch had been hopping games. At first Ralph ignored it as long as she would return to her game for the quarter alerts, but she started skipping those too and hanging out with him, Pacman, or even when she was really foolish she would flounce over the Tapper's, which Ralph scolded her severely for.
“Little glitches have no business being in a game that serves alcohol.” Ralph stated sternly, shaking a massive finger
In the Heat of the Moment (Felix and Calhoun)Felix was an optimistic, happy-go-lucky, cheerful person. If there was something good to say about anything he was always the first to point it out. If there was a way around anything dark, hopeless, or depressing he was the one to pave the path, and if you’re day was stabbing you in the back, he could sooth the wound.In the Heat of the Moment (Felix and Calhoun)2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
This was something everyone agreed on, but since his engagement to Sergeant Tamora Jean Calhoun, it was also agreed that his easy availability to happiness had supercharged. Now Felix could most certainly talk the doom out of doomsday and easily add a cherry on top. Happy had just gotten happier.
There was one exception however: he was still human.
Like everyone, Felix head insecurities, self-dissatisfactions, and things that could push his buttons. These simple truths can be easy to forget because most of the time Felix behaved as though they didn’t exists. Sometimes he would forget it himself, but there were days that were harder th
History of a Fix-it Chapter1:Beautiful Beginnings A Wreck-it Ralph FanficHistory of a Fix-it Chapter1:Beautiful Beginnings2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Chapter One: Beautiful Beginnings:
“Hey,” greeted a young, beautiful, brunette haired 8-bit woman. She turned to her husband that finally came back from work.
“Hey, sweetheart, I'm sorry, I'm late...” The man slipped off his cap and hung it on the coat hanger. Revealing his light brown short hair. He walked over and took a seat beside the woman.
The woman gave him a loving smile, before placing a affectionate kiss on his forehead. “It's alright, you can't control the gamers.” She smiled as she got up and walked over to a little baby crib.
The man chuckled. “That's true, Litwak decided to let these brothers stay behind. He wanted to see if the youngest could beat the oldest in whose got the highest score,” The man chuckled as he took off his gloves and unbelted his belt which held his beloved hammer. He hung both this items alongside the cap, as he went over to catch up with the woman.
StoriesIn the relatively short amount of time that the two of them had been together, there had been a lot of things that Felix had been forced to accept about his dynamite gal.Stories2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
One of those things was that, at least for the moment, while Hero’s Duty was still getting itself established at Litwak’s, work would always come first.
Of course, Felix could never hold her ambitions against her, for he himself could remember doing almost the exact same thing for the first few months his own game had been plugged in thirty years ago. Although he had never had the sheer amount of paperwork that Tamora constantly had to fill and file, he could well remember the hours that he had spent going over the apartment building each night after the arcade closed, using a magnifying glass and his magic hammer to fix even the most artificial of damages. It was a drive that almost every video game character felt when they were first added to the collection of playables, the need to be the best that they
Battle Scars, a Wreck-It Ralph oneshotBattle ScarsBattle Scars, a Wreck-It Ralph oneshot2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
She bashed her hands on the blue barrier. It didn't work this way, only glitched characters were trapped in their games, glitching didn't keep others out!
"Tammy, stop!" Her husband begged from the other side of the barrier. He fuzzed out of view for a moment. "You'll hurt yourself, and I can't fix—"
"Never mind that! I'm getting—you—OUT!" She howled, and drew her laser blaster.
"You can't! Tammy, please, it's over. They're gonna pull the plug any second."
"It is not over! You listen to me soldier, I am getting you out of that game, and we…we…"
She trailed off. His image was fuzzing again, this time barely recognizable as a person, let alone the man she loved.
"…go…" His voice, barely a whisper as he broke apart.
There was nothing left to save.
She woke screaming in her bunker.
Her men stared at her, open mouthed.
"What are you mayflowers looking at? Back in formation!" She barked, getting to her feet. "Valesquez! Quarter check!"
Sugarcoated Love Triangle :: Chapter IIIIt was approximately an hour before the arcade opened, and everyone was busy preparing. In Sugar Rush Speedway, the nine racers who were on the top in the celebration race yesterday were busy fixing up their karts, since they had decided to merge the Random Roster Race with the said event. President von Schweetz was already done with the maintenance, and all that was left was the alarm, blaring, "Quarter alert! Quarter alert!"Sugarcoated Love Triangle :: Chapter III2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Vanellope sighed as she impatiently waited by the entrance of her castle. She wore a rather familiar looking, ripped, brown shirt, with Gloyd's trademark jacket tied around her waist. She had his bonnet on her head, and his recent anniversary gift―the racing goggles―around her neck. She wore her usual Reese's brown skirt, minty green and white striped long socks, and black licorice boots. She had her hair put up in a ponytail with her usual rubbery red licorice, pieces of candy littered around her hair.
But still, something was off. The
Sugarcoated Love Triangle :: Chapter I"Go for it, kid!"Sugarcoated Love Triangle :: Chapter I2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The zooming of the racecars echoed in the distance as they crossed the finish line, with the audience cheering as loud as they could. Wreck-It Ralph was no exception, along with Fix-It Felix Jr. and Sergeant Tamora Jean Calhoun (Well, okay, Calhoun wasn't cheering; more like watching in amusement). The giant screen flashed on as the racers had put their racecars to rest, and everyone waited for the screen to show who had won. After a couple seconds of suspense, the screen flashed brightly with different colors to reveal the winner's name: Vanellope von Schweetz.
The audience exploded into a fit of cheering and shouting, while the said winner practically jumped up and down in ecstasy beside her racecar.
"Oh yeah! Now that's what I call getting sugar high!" she grinned widely as she pointed her hands to no one in particular. The other racers were bummed that they didn't win, but as a show of their sportsmanship, they smiled and shook hands with Vane