The small town of Seacliff in the year 2400:
Day 9 after the catastrophe:
Rumor goes through the internet that aliens have arrived on earth. Supposedly it all started with a meteorite crashing into a beach on an island.
What's more, people whisper about a shadowy organization having taken camp on said island. An organization pretty similar to Area 51, conducting various top secret experiments, including human experiments.
Apparently, after securing the meteorite, they had locked the discoverer of it into a chamber, together with his discovery.
Bits of information had leaked out over the net: The stone in the chamber had been glowing in a warm green light, which seemed to welcome the man.
But tests had shown that it was far more dangerous than the naked eye could see: It was highly toxic and the green glow was actually a sign of extreme radioactive pollution.
About what exactly happened to the man, nothing is known. The information leaks contradict each other in this point:
Nyeko-VampireNyeko-Vampire2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Bret ran away from the party after the pool incident.
He ran and ran and ran, not looking back and not resting once, until he reached the city park.
It was only there that he allowed himself to rest on one of the benches.
God damn that cat kid my thumb still hurts he grumbled and sucked on his thumb to stop the blood from flowing out.
He slumped on the bench and sighed.
How did this happen Ive never been so humiliated in all my life
He sighed again and, caught up in his anger, he failed to notice that he was shrinking.
Slowly, but inevitably, he went from 57 to 51.
His hair began to grow and also became slightly red.
Ouch, my eyes! Stupid bugs
It was no bug that flew into his eye. Instead, it was a reflex that caused them to close, so they could change without the danger of blinding him.
When he opened them again, they were slightly bigger than before and their color had t
Nyu BloodBy: D. R. Nyan-chanNyu Blood2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Fred Barton stood hesitantly before the conspicuously large and white, two-story building in front of him. He was a veteran in the sense that he had participated in many blood drives before, but this one was different in many respects. The organization in charge of this particular drive, the Peppermint Foundation, obviously liked to handle things very differently. Unlike most blood drives, this one was by invitation only. Fred ran his fingers through his short, brown hair as he looked again at the letter he had received.
Dear Fred Barton,
Due to the recommendation of one of our members, Brett Lacington, we are honored to extend our invitation for you to attend our blood drive and donate at our local establishment. It will be run by our most experienced staff and afterwards, you will be able to enjoy the top quality menu items served in our canteen. Our hours of operation will be from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. this Saturday. Please
UncoveredUncovered2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
“Hey Sarah, there you are.” Tina called out.
“Where have you been? We’ve searched everywhere for you!” Salina added.
“Sorry girls, mum just called. I had to pick up my cousin from the bus station two streets further.” Sarah said and smiled at her friends.
Nyan-Chan was hiding shyly behind her, one hand clutching her skirt.
Tina saw her and her face brightened.
“I guess she’s a little shy.” She smiled and crouched lower, bringing her face onto Nyan-Chan’s level. “What’s your name?”
“N-nya…” Nyan-Chan stuttered.
“Nya?” Ramona asked? “Sounds like a cat meowing.”
Nyan-Chan blushed and tried to dive deeper into cover behind Sarah.
“Not nya, although it’s pretty close.” Sarah giggled a little. “Her full name is Nyan-Chan. She’s a little tired and shy at the moment though. She just sat 20 hours on a pl
AllergiesAllergies2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Nicko was walking around. Actually he had no idea what he was doing at the party at all.
‘Oh yeah. Just because mum thinks I need to have a social life, instead of reading books…’ he sighed.
Sarah had invited the entire grade to a pool party at her house. It was a warm Friday night and everybody was enjoying themselves.
Additionally to not really wanting to be here, Nicko was afraid of meeting Sarah. He had had a crush on her since first grade, but he’d never been able to tell her. She was the most popular girl in his grade. He was just the stupid nerd that got bullied all the time. There was no way he could ever tell her what he felt for her, without being the laughing stock of the whole school…
‘Still, I can’t forget her…’ he thought for himself.
When he spotted Sarah on the other side of the pool, talking with a group of people, he slowly retreated backwards, not wanting to meet he
The Scientist-BrotherThe Scientist-Brother2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Max woke up at six oclock in the morning. A strange hammering noise could be heard through the whole house. He headed downstairs to investigate. When he reached the kitchen the house fell quiet. Max? Are you awake? his brother called. Yes I am, thanks to you making such a noise. Max answered. His brother appeared on the stairs. "Oh Im sorry I woke you up, but I have to work on my project, else Ill never get it finished". Max grumbled something that his brother couldnt understand. Sorry, what did you say? he asked. Never mind. Max replied. Oh, ok. Just remember not to come downstairs. I cant have you disrupting my work. His brother said.
Max went into the kitchen to make himself breakfast. He knew that it was no use trying to sleep again, because his brother would go on working. Max sighed. A few years ago their parents had died in a car accident and since the he had been livi
The Neko Outbreak Part 1The Neko Outbreak Part 110 months ago in Short Stories More Like This
The Neko Outbreak
Part 1: Seaside City
The sun was already starting to descend mid-way. In the distance, a city is in sight as a familiar teenager in his usual blue long coat was riding in a taxi.
“It’s pretty nice that I won that raffle for a week-long cruise,” Jack thought to himself. “But it’s too bad it’s only good for one person. Would’ve been nice to have a few other friends. Oh, well. I’ll send some photos later.”
Jack continued to watch the world pass by lazily. As he was riding, he just passed a sign that said:
“Welcome to Seaside City. Where excitement awaits.”
The sun was already starting to set, but Jack finally made it to the city.
Jack got out of the taxi, and began to walk to get a little more exercise. However, something felt wrong. The deeper he went into the city, the more eerie it suddenly felt to him. In fact, he hasn’t seen a single person walking about. He didn’t even
SurpriseSurprise1 year ago in Short Stories More Like This
A bright Monday morning greeted Nicko, when he awoke to his alarm. Yawning, he stretched himself, before getting out of bed. Slightly groggy, he turned on the shower, before relieving himself.
About twenty minutes later he walked down the stairs and into the kitchen. “Morning, mum.”
“Morning, sweetie.” She replied with a smile. “Breakfast is already on the table.”
Smiling as well, Nicko sat down and dug into his meal.
His mother put her plate on the table and sat down too. “Busy day ahead?” She asked.
“Not really. I have some tests coming up next week and luckily my teachers most of understand that we’d rather learn, so I don’t get too much to do. Except for Mr. Grumpers of course. That old idiot still insists on us doing shitloads of work every day.”
“Mind your language, Nicko.”
“Sorry, mum… but it’s true! Sometimes I think he only became a teacher to torture students.
Neko for lifeNeko for life1 year ago in Short Stories More Like This
Neko for life
Justice sighed and poured the contents of the vial down the drain. “And yet another time I failed…” He muttered.
Footsteps approached from behind and even without turning, Justice knew that it would be Dan. “Again?” Dan asked.
“Sadly enough… I really thought I got it this time.” Justice grumbled.
With a sigh Dan stepped next to him. “It is as it is. More luck next time.”
“Next time? Dan, I’m starting to think this is all for naught. That it’s useless! I don’t think it’s even theoretically possible, so how is it supposed to work in practice?” He wanted to say more, but Dan cut him off.
“Don’t ever say that again! No, don’t even think that again.” He grabbed his younger colleague by the shoulders and shook him softly. “Justice, you have to believe me. I know this is possible! We can do this! It’s just a matter of time before we find a way! Ju
RebornReborn2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Sam was walking down the street, whistling to himself. He had had a very good day. In the morning, his boss had come to him and congratulated him on his good work. That also meant that he had gotten a promotion and actually quite the big one.
Later, around noon, he had received an email, from a company that organized a kind of lottery. It told him that he had won the first prize: A cruise through the Mediterranean Sea.
So Sam had quite some good reasons to be happy. In the evening he decided that hed go to a bar again for the change. Normally he spent the weekend at home, but he figured that he had earned himself a treat.
That being said, he went out of the house and into the next bar. He ordered a steak platter and a big glass of beer.
Right when he started eating, the bartender turned on the TV, where a soccer match of Sams favorite team was being shown.
Of course it was not only Sams favorite team, but also the favorite team of everybody else in the bar and
HolidaysHolidays9 months ago in Short Stories More Like This
“YEHAAA! We’re here!” Eve screamed at the top of her lungs as she jumped out of the car.
“Calm down kiddo.” A man had stepped out from the driver’s seat and eased his muscles in the warming afternoon sun. “We still have to drive down to the beach, you know?”
“Aww… but I don’t want to stay in the car anymore…” Eve grumbled.
“It’s not that long anymore, sis. Just a few minutes.” Ramona chuckled to herself. “Although those few minutes are the worst of the whole trip.”
“Nyaa? Why’s that?” Nyan-Chan asked curiously.
“You’ll see soon, sweetie.” Sarah answered while petting her ears.
“Well, it’ll take even longer, the longer you stay out of the car.” A second man said.
“I know, dad. But this spot is just too awesome!” Sarah answered. She took one last look over the dunes b
Picture this - Twin's dayPicture this - Twin's day2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Picture this twins day
Jessica was walking through the park, enjoying the beautiful weather.
Even though she was a little sad. Yesterday her camera had fallen off from its usual place on the wardrobe.
The impact shattered the little camera beyond repair.
Now Jessica was on the way to her friend Manuel. They wanted to go shopping for some summer swimwear and maybe a new camera.
Dammit, it sucks having no camera anymore she thought for herself.
Normally she would talk Manuel into making photos of her, while she tried on new outfits. Sadly today this wouldnt work
As she walked through the park, Jessica suddenly saw a light reflex coming from a tree root.
Hmm? Whats that? She asked herself and walked closer to investigate.
On the ground next to the tree root, she found a tiny black camera.
YAY! Seems Im lucky today! she exclaimed happily.
Then a thought struck her: Could it be that someone lost it?
A cat for my parentsA cat for my parents2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Hey my name is Christophe. I'm your average guy, I didn't have incredible results at school and I didn't have any girlfriend... yet. I never get bullied and I had a group of normal friends, nothing special really. I was dinning with my parents, it was already half of the summer break and my parents looked more and more stressed. You see my father lost his job and I finish up by paying the bills... ok I know that I tell you I was normal... and I am... my family situation isn't. My father is not lazy or anything it just that he was already at his mid fifty and all employers alway go for the young, everyday he leave for a job interview and everyday he come back looking depressed and smelling alcohol... My mother was a scientist and was working home, because her colleague decide to go on a strike and so do she, all this messed up situation make me, with my two summer job the one making the most money of the family... Anyway where was I? Oh yeah dinner between my two jobs
Coseplay with side effectsCoseplay with side effects1 year ago in Short Stories More Like This
Cosplay with side effects
It was a bright Thursday afternoon and Alec was walking through the city center, searching for a costume for the upcoming convention. The next day he and his friend Victor had planned to drive to the manga-expo 200 miles away. They were both huge fans of anything that dealt with manga and anime in any way and three days of nothing but that was definitely worth the 200 miles drive.
Originally Alec had planned to make his own costume, but a few weeks before the expo, his boss had unexpectedly promoted him. Not only he earned more money, but he also had to do a lot more work. After four weeks, he still hadn’t found a way to organize things normally and so all his free time had been absorbed by work. Thus his only chance was to buy a costume. Something he normally despised, but sadly there was no other option.
He had been through nearly every shop that sold costumes of any kind and that had reminded him of why he preferred to make his own costumes.
Priestess of airPriestess of air2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Priestess of air
Wake up, Fin! It would be very bad, if you overslept on this important day!
That was my mother. With a yawn I pushed away the blankets and slowly got up from bed.
Hello, my name is Fin. I live in a small mountain village, together with my mother and my little sister, Lia. I have no real memories of my father. He died in an avalanche, when I was about three years old. At that time my mother was pregnant again.
Luckily the other people in the village were kind and helped my mother to take care of me and my Lia. She was a good healer and every so often a person would come to us for treatment, when they werent satisfied with the priests of the air lords or didnt trust them with the case.
Oh, I forgot. You probably have no idea what an air lord is. Altogether there are four air lords. One for each cardinal direction:
Nos, the lord of the icy north; Ottra, the lord of the dusty east; Setan, the lord of the warm south; And Wyse, the lord of the rainy w
Exploring gone wrongExploring gone wrong2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Exploring gone wrong
Shino liked exploring. He loved it so much that he spent every holiday and free day out somewhere, wandering through a forest or a more or less hidden valley.
Today he had driven to a small village, called Riverwood, near a deep forest. He had rented a room in the village inn. Then he had packed a backpack and went out into the fields on his way to the forest.
As always he had taken no map or other orientating item with him. His friends called him mad and crazy, because he did that, but he thought it just made things more exiting.
Over the years he had gathered a lot of experience in the field and he was able to navigate almost any territory, without a map or other help. Because of that, he wasnt worried a bit about finding his way back home into the village. Until now he had always been lucky.
If only he had known that his luck would fail him today
He walked through the forest, taking smaller paths and not sticking t
The forest spiritThe forest spirit2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
The forest spirit
A 10 year old, homeless boy was playing with a ball on a grassfield. After a while he kicked the ball to hard and it flew into a small and fast moving stream. He cried out in alarm. The ball was his only possession and his most valuable treasure. Immediately he raced after it. When the ball, floating in the stream, reached the edge of a nearby forest and was carried inside of it, the boy stopped. He had heard rumors about this forest. The farmers said a ghost was haunting it. After a few seconds the boy shrugged and entered the forest. He had made the ball by himself, tying rugs together with a short rope and he certainly wouldn't lose it to some fairytale-forest.
He followed the stream through the undergrowth, occasionally catching a glimpse of his ball. Suddenly he stood on a small clearing. He looked around and his face lit up with a delighted smile, when he saw that his ball had reached a small pond and floated near the edge of it. He stooped over in order to retr
The Neko PandemicThe Neko Pandemic2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
The Neko Pandemic
It all started on a quiet summer morning in a town in The Middle of Nowhere, Illinois. It was the worst possible place for the pandemic to start, if you could even call it a pandemic. It only affected a select few and only through contact with the pathogen. The government will deny it ever happened, and so will those who came into contact with the pathogen. In fact, few remember the day they were bitten and contracted the virus.
It all began in the house of twenty-two year old Jeff Burns. He'd dedicated the past four years of his life to the pursuit of genetic manipulation, specifically in modifying human beings to nekos, cat people. He intended the test subjects of his various experiments to be the homeless, but his previous test had gone horribly wrong. Instead of a homeless man, Jeff had taken a lawyer, and in the process of the test he had killed the man. It wasn't until afterwards, while watching the news, that he understood the deep shit he was in.
Mommies Little AngelsMommies Little Angels2 years ago in Settings More Like This
Wesley, Johnny, and Lionel were three best friends who were sad one night. This night was special as the three would be going their separate ways for college in the next few days. They were all sad so decided to spend their last days together before the big move out and junk. The three were over Wesley's house playing multi-player games unknown to them that a witch was watching them from her lair.
Oh man, I can't believe we'll be leaving tomorrow. I'm gonna miss you guys alot." Wesley said.
"Me too, You guys may have been crazy bastards but atleast we had fun." Johnny said smiling gaining the upper hand in their game.
"......." Lionel remained quiet.
"Come on Lionel, Were all sad but we'll skype and stuff. So it's okay." Wesley said trying to cheer his friend up.
"Y-yea, But I wish we could stay together a bit longer." He said slowly.
Meanwhile the witch smiled with delight once she heard that. She began to wiggle her fingers.
"Well, I can arrange that my pretties ehehehehehe." She lau
AccidentAccident2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Cameron had just graduated from school. After all that hard work for his finals he didnt feel like going to university and having to start studying again. So he tried finding himself a job. He tried a lot of different jobs, but he never stuck to one. After a while they all got boring.
Cameron sighed Why is it so difficult to find a nice job He flipped to the next page in the newspaper. All those jobs sound so incredibly boring maybe I should really go to university
Just as he was thinking this, he spotted a small add in the bottom right corner of the page.
Lab assistant wanted! No experience required! Basic knowledge of chemical and biological processes of advantage! - Aperture Industries
Hey that sounds interesting. Cameron thought.
The next day Cameron got up early, breakfasted and took the bus to a flat near the city center, where he entered a small office. Beside him, three other people wanted to apply
ControlControl8 months ago in Short Stories More Like This
"And don't you ever rat me out again!"
A long sigh could be heard from inside the dumpster. As pitiful as it sounded, Mark was just about used to the smell by now. Aw, who was he kidding; it was pathetic. He had been thrown into this particular dumpster so many times, it was probably his most visited locale in town. For once, he actually wished that the bullies would choose a different dumpster, just so he would at least know what they were like and compare the various experiences. Heh, Mark actually got a small chuckle from himself from that thought. After all, there wasn't anything new about the situation. It was just another Saturday afternoon.
To explain: Mark was a freshman in high school, meaning he was fresh with enthusiasm. Really, you could hardly find such an idealistic fellow anywhere else, much less at a high school. As you saw, he could get used to the constant abuse brought to him by others, mainly because he wa
Cat Girl Fever TGCat Girl FeverCat Girl Fever TG4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"Alan! Is that you? Please come over nyao now it's urgent!"
I was so surprised by my friend's sudden phone call that all I could answer was, "I'll be over right right over, Joan."
She hung up and I clicked off the TV with the remote. It was going to some "BREAKING NEWS" graphic anyway. Knowing that station, it was probably another in a long line of pointless car chases which went on forever.
I tucked my cell phone in my pocket and threw on my shoes. Joan and Carl lived down the street from my apartment so it wouldn't be too far of a walk.
I crossed the street after a pair of emergency vehicles screamed through the intersection.
Their house was at the edge of a rather large tract. It had more grass than most and their Halloween decorations were still hanging in the window. As I approached the door, I looked around a few times.
I didn't see Clyde.
He was their silver tabby. And he absolutely hated me. The first time I came over to visit for a movie an
Nyutopia Part 1 of 2By: D. R. Nyan-chanNyutopia Part 1 of 22 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
NOTE: Read aloud at your own risk...
Gather around my little kawaiis. I, Storyteller Sasha, have a wonderful tale to tell. It’s very important that nyu all knyow the origin-nyof our wonderful Nyutopia and how it came to be-nya.
Unfortunyately, this world wasn’t always the paradise we nyow knyow it to be. Many, many reincarnyations ago, a joyous and genyerous sky rock gently landed with a "BOOM!" near a small island far in the direction of the Left Paw. This sky rock had a wonderful gift to share, but unfortunyately rocks don’t move on their own-nyan nyo one knyu that it was there.
Nyaaa, I can’t help but cry w-when I *sniff* think about how l-lonely it must have been-nyaaa.
In the time it took the world to go through all its seasons twice, nyat a single sister came to help *sniff*
DreamsDreams2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Chris was an average, thirteen years old boy. He went to school, had a few friends, but that was all. His life was so incredibly boring. Nothing exiting happened anymore. He got up in the morning, breakfasted, went to school, played with some friends, did his homework, ate dinner and went to bed again. He felt as if something was missing in his life. Yes, Im missing real fun. He thought sarcastically. I mean, playing with my friends is fun, its just oh I dont know Its just it. Nothing more Not exiting at all. On top of that he couldnt sleep at night. He tossed around between the blankets for hours, waiting for sleep to have mercy on him. And if he finally fell asleep, it was always very short and filled with strange dreams.
Just like tonight. It was already three oclock in the morning and sleep was still far away. Chris had tried everything already. He had counted sheep for two complete hours, bu
The AwakeningThe Awakening2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
George lived alone in a small cabin next to the graveyard. He lived alone, because the other townspeople thought him creepy or even scary. And only judging by his appearance they were right at least a little.
George was about 60 years old, had a hunchback and he squinted terribly. On top of that came, of course, his job. A gravedigger wasnt really the kind of person youd invite to a dinner party.
Not that George was bothered by this. He loved his job above everything else. He just felt a little lonely sometimes
One day there was an accident in the mine most of the townspeople were working in. Thirteen people were buried alive, when one of the mine-shafts collapsed.
As soon as George heard this he went to the shed behind his cottage, got his shovel and started digging graves. It was hard work, since it was mid-January and the ground was frozen. Luckily there was no snow.
Two days later the bodies of the miners could be recovered. None of them had be