RA: Part of a Chain (Chapter 2/4)RA: Part of a Chain (Chapter 2/4)3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Characters: C. Snippy/Sniper & A. Gromov/Engineer & C. Hatchenson/Pilot
"It's time for pay back, bastards."
Chapter 2: Take Back
Stan strode around the room, checking the magazine of the rifle that he had stolen from Snippy earlier.
"Hehe... it's still full," he mentioned and deftly spun it around in his hand as if weighed only half of what it actually did. "Which means there's plenty of bullets for all of you. Isn't that great?"
With agile hands he shoved the magazine back in and readied the gun to shoot.
"The boss told me to kill your captain last. So... which of you two morons wants to die first?"
Engie shifted around nervously while Pilot kept throwing quick glances over to the chair.
"You look pretty scared, fatty," Stan chuckled and stared down at the engineer. "But don't worry, I'll make it quick for you."
As the rifle was pointed at him, Alexander yelped and huddled up against the wall in fright.
"Don't do this!" S
RA: Part of a Chain (Chapter 1/4)RA: Part of a Chain (Chapter 1/4)3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Characters: C. Snippy/Sniper & A. Gromov/Engineer & C. Hatchenson/Pilot
"We're all part of a chain. But sometimes, one part goes missing and a replacement is needed."
Chapter 1: Assault
In search of answers on the mysteries of Captain, Snippy warily snuck through the city, his target within sight. It was one of those days when Captain would decide to go on a long walk alone, then suddenly disappear and not return again until late in the evening. Nobody ever found out what he did or where he went. But this time, Snippy was following him imperceptibly.
Asking never revealed the answers to his questions, for Captain would feign ignorance and simply change the topic to pull his head out of the loop. So now Snippy was on a... discovery mission (which totally didn't count as stalking), close enough to keep the leader in vision and just distant enough to avoid being seen.
At the end of the street, the man in the gray wool
RA: To the Horizon [Chapter 2]RA: To the Horizon [Chapter 2]2 years ago in Horror More Like This
Characters: C. Snippy/Sniper & C. Hatchenson/Pilot & A. Gromov/Engineer & Captain & Biomatrix/Cancer
Chapter 2: Technical Malfunction
With a black mug of hot cocoa in his hand, Dr. Alexander Gromov sat on his bed, his respirator and mask resting on a nearby desk. He felt terribly exhausted but content, feeding on the satisfaction of having successfully finished the flying machine. Working day and night for the past few days had strained him to no end, and even though he'd had a full night sleep, his head ached horribly. But he would finally get some time to relax now. With a sigh he ran his hands over his face, wiping away any excess weariness.
Snippy and Pilot weren't around and the engineer felt glad about their absence, welcoming every second of soothing silence that came as a result of nobody arguing in the background about every little thing.
As he had finished his cocoa, he set the mug down, got up from the bed and stretched his back
Cracks - Part 2Engie woke up with the sun shining in his face. He sat up and stretched with a grunt. He had not gotten used to sleeping on hard surfaces yet.Cracks - Part 23 years ago in Drama More Like This
He adjusted his gas mask and goggles as he looked around the room for the others. Captain and Snippy were nowhere to be seen, but Pilot sat crouched on the floor, on the other side of the glass box containing the egg.
"Pilot, do you know where Uh, what are you doing?" Engie interrupted his own question when he saw that Pilot was quickly turning his head to the sides in an attempt to look in all directions at the same time, with his katana ready to attack.
"Captain told me to guard Bob. Captain said I must guard better than I have ever guarded before." Pilot answered.
"Alright Wait, Bob ?"
Engie noticed a small note lying on the glass box. "Bob" had been written on it with a crayon. It was no doubt Captain's handwriting. So he had apparently changed his attitude since last night.
"Where did Captain and Snippy go?" Engie asked.
RA: Part of a Chain (Chapter 4/4)RA: Part of a Chain (Chapter 4/4)3 years ago in Drama More Like This
Characters: C. Snippy/Sniper & A. Gromov/Engineer & C. Hatchenson/Pilot
"The fight isn't over yet, and nobody said it's gonna be easy."
Chapter 4: A Matter of Trust
Deep in thought, the engineer sighed and silently continued walking behind Pilot, alongside his new, taller companion. His wounded comrade lay in Stan's arms, blankly gazing up at the sky and trembling horribly with every breath.
"Stay awake, Charles, you hear me?" Alex reassured him, gently stroking his hand over Snippy's head. "We'll pull you through this. Just hang in there a little bit longer."
The sniper seemed to nod, but it was hard to tell as they walked.
As the storm subsided a bit, the dense air in the city finally began to clear, but the sky remained covered with thick clouds as always.
"Home in sight!" Pilot yelled suddenly, and picked up speed, but the heavy load on his back and the debilitating cold didn't allow him to run very fast, so the group
LossL is for LossLoss3 years ago in Horror More Like This
He had happened upon the room by pure chance. The Captain's disappearance had put the Engineer on edge. That man was the key to his survival and it was only a matter of time before some hazard of the wasteland would claim his life. Surprisingly it just took a few hours to locate him and Gromov was sure it was only because of the luck that Captain seemed to rub off onto others. He found Captain holed up in a mostly collapsed building, the only part that remained intact was a small dark room. Breathing a sigh of relief he was about to enter the room to reprimand the man for disappearing without a trace for days but stopped, his boot hovering just over the threshold. Captain's purple lenses glinted from the darkness. Gromov backed away. He never entered the room.
And Captain never left.
The engineer left the man alone; he had hope that eventually Captain would come out on his own. Each day Gromov would come to the room but the Captain never moved from that spot. How t
This is nice. . .Scribbles sat in the snow, poking holes in the bank. "This is nice," she said thoughtfully.This is nice. . .3 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
Snippy sat next to her, on watch, his rifle leaning against his shoulder. "Excuse me?" he asked. "We're sitting outside in a snowdrift all night. How is this nice?"
"At least I'm not alone, anymore."
Snippy sighed. "That's true. I know what that's like."
"You do?" she looked over at him, eyes wide in wonder. "I thought that you were always part of Captain's army."
"Well," he said slowly. "I was wandering around by myself for a long time before I met him."
"It must have been lonely," she said, looking down at her stuffed animal. "Luckily, I had Thing to talk to, so I didn't go mad with just myself to talk to."
Snippy couldn't help but smile a little under his mask.
Scribbles flopped down onto her back and looked up at the sky, the snow settling in her hair and on her goggles. "Do you miss them?"
"Who, the guys?" he asked. "They're just inside, you know. . ."
"No. Your family."
ENGIE: My girl AnnieENGIE: My girl Annie4 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
A Goddess, my beloved, mine alone,
Who, that in warm humanity were grown
Became through Man's success a mother brain,
And, motherlike, did gather of her own.
And mine thou wert, my seeding art thy key,
Though seeded, seeding self, evolving free,
Unbounded maiden saviour, formed benign,
A fertile shore on lost Man's barren sea.
Oh, mine the vision, mine the fatal flaw!
Still mine the darling kernel in the maw,
Thy children gathered, gathering now slain,
What nutriment I gave, I now withdraw.
In with'ring grief these last designs I frame,
Yea, mine the spark, yea mine the cleansing flame.
An ace up zee sleeve (4/5) - RAZee Captain was wandering alone through the wasteland. He felt incredibly angry – for reasons. His entire day was ruined by the theft of the glorious scepter! Then there was the fact that it had been Stalky of all people who had taken the magical relic.An ace up zee sleeve (4/5) - RA3 years ago in Humor More Like This
These are truly lawless times, if you can't even trust your own stalker anymore!
And all that had happened during this really boring and pointless game of cards Captain had been playing with his minions. Captain had known the stalker was there, yet he had been careless with the scepter's security. He should have deployed sentries, monsters and traps to guard it like it was the custom. And yet playing cards had looked like a better idea, why exactly again?
Captain briefly removed his mask and a group of hostile traffic-lights trying to ambush him at the crossroad exploded in a shower of colorful glass and sparks. This actually lifted his mood slightly.
You got that coming a long way for you, you red-blinking, insolent scu
Shatterglass by eight 0f heartsShatterglass by eight 0f hearts4 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
It had survived things that no mug should have had to endure.
It had been dropped off cliffs, plunged into radioactive water, used to hold questionable substances and once travelled several hundred kilometres after Pilot tied a helium balloon to it. It had been thrown at Snippy countless times. It had suffered the indignity of being sat on by Engie after the Captain left it lying on a chair.
It had never been washed in its life.
But in the end, all it took was one little nudge, and the mug the great, glorious mug was reduced to a few shards of broken ceramic and a spatter of sad-looking tea.
It happened like this:
They were seated around the kitchen table in their current place of residence. "Kitchen", of course, is taken very broadly here there was no ceiling, nor were there any kitchen appliances; it was, in fact, merely a ramshackle table in the middle of an empty room.
Today's lunch consisted of cold baked beans which was quite the delicacy considering t
Snippy - Poem of DoomSnippy - Poem of Doom4 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
Oh Captain, my Captain! I say it to mock,
You're lucky as hell but to me you're a c***.
Please spare me the missions, I've no head for heights,
Balloons and big lists lead me only to blights.
Evading the probes of an alien race,
Then having to witness your > : ( angry face...
But what choice have I? I'm involved in these fights,
With Cancerous space-monsters full of red sprites,
And Lemonade weirdos and God knows what next,
Just how can you stay so serene and unvexed?
What price should I pay for your simple delights,
Be eaten by whales after soiling my whites?
I know you won't listen, but you'll come unstuck,
And one of these days you'll run right out of luck,
Your empire will fall, and your ego besides,
It's karma for sure, like the turn of the tides,
And then I will lol, sitting in my own muck,
Coz after all this I just won't give a f***.
An ace up zee sleeve (5/5) - RAThe real game was about to begin and this time the opponent seemed to be much more determined to win than the previous one. Engie was a witty minion and it looked like he had learned his lesson from yesterday. Winning against lame players indeed didn't satisfy a great gambler like zee Captain. So the idea of switching the cards actually sounded like quite fun. The little voice in Captain's head was telling him to try it.An ace up zee sleeve (5/5) - RA3 years ago in Humor More Like This
"Of course, we don't have to do that in case you're afraid of losing," the engineer said pretending not to care even for a bit, "I guess, even the luckiest man in the world has his limitations."
Silly minion... Exchanging quite good cards like those Captain had in his hand was risky for sure but it did not necessarily mean losing. And were Engie's cards really that bad? After all poker was not only a game of luck, it was also the art of bluffing. Maybe the engineer had the hidden potential to become a talented gambler? Even if so, he apparently forgot that zee Captain
RA TV script episode oneRA TV script episode one5 years ago in Sketches More Like This
Greetings, fans of Romantically Apocalyptic
Today, we present to you the script for RA episode ONE as a pilot episode, composed by several writers from the RA production team (Rythmear, Oddshot and Alexiuss)
Because this is a 100% DeviantArt production and we have NO budget or corporate support- it is now up to YOU whether this episode and further episodes will be released.
I will now proceed to outline the costs of filming this episode and explain how you can help out, so I can release this episode for everyone here on DeviantArt, and make MORE episodes in the future, using already purchased props to make this the FIRST DeviantArt hosted, and fan sponsored TV show.
Renting a van for a week to get to filming location (abandoned hotel): $500
4 character outfits, props and sandwiches to feed actors for durat
RA: To the Horizon [Chapter 3]RA: To the Horizon [Chapter 3]2 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
Characters: Snippy, Pilot, Engie, Captain, Biomatrix
Chapter 3: You shoe
The noise led Sniper to another pile of broken steel and branches, but something seemed different.
After scrutinizing the mess, all his alarm bells suddenly rang as he spotted an arm sticking out from below the steel wing. Intuitively he started to push a heavy branch off the top, then he proceeded to heave the massive steel wing, revealing a prone form underneath.
Snippy dropped the large wing near the aviator and knelt down beside him to search for injuries, fearing the worst. After coughing a few times, Pilot shifted slowly and groaned.
“Hey man, are you alright?” Charles checked with his comrade, and helped him turn over so he could sit against the side of the wing.
“My leg... It hurts so much... and my left shoulder is- aaauugh!” the aviator suddenly cried.
It seemed that Snippy had touched a sore spot in his ministrat
Zee Mission: No Comment (chapter 2/4)They had somehow managed to drag the frozen couch out of the window and onto the street. Then they had piled firewood old newspapers and other flameable things in a semicircle around it and finally started the fire. As long as the winddirection wouldn’t suddenly change, making sparks flying over and turning it into a pile of ashes, the couch would be defrosted and dried within ... Engie actually had no idea. Maybe it would actually have been easier and faster to find a different one.Zee Mission: No Comment (chapter 2/4)3 years ago in Humor More Like This
On the other hand he just wanted this mission be done with. It was a simple equation:
Mr. Snippy = tired, angry, crazy sniper.
Mr. Snippy + couch = well rested, less angry, less crazy sniper.
Life expectancy Dr. Gromov + rested sniper > Life expectancy Dr. Gromov + angry sniper
And at least he could now sit down, near a warm fire and relax for a while, unless of course...
“I guess we can eat something, while we are waiting. I brought some canned stew. Or would you prefer mushr
Noc poslubna... +cz.II+Królestwo zaś z powrotem na siedzisko opadłNoc poslubna... +cz.II+5 years ago in Traditional Fixed Forms More Like This
(miał minę, jakby Księstwa w ogóle nie dopadł),
winem znów napełnił obydwa ich kielichy,
a ręką sięgnął w środek owocowej michy.
Wydobył zeń jabłko, obejrzał je dokładnie,
po czym zjadł, i do Księstwa uśmiechnął się ładnie.
Przełknął głośno Taurys (sam jak na szpilkach siedział).
Wreszcie swe wątpliwości na głos wypowiedział:
Więc waszmość tak poważnie to małżeństwo widzi?".
Roześmiał się Królestwo. Niech się waść nie wstydzi!
Wszak czemuż nie miałbym poważnie go traktować,
gdy teraz jak jedno winniśmy się zachować?
Musimy się poznać, najlepiej jak się uda.
Sądzę, że dziś wieczorem nam nie grozi nuda"
The Scout and the Crab chp.4Chapter 4 - Loss of SanityThe Scout and the Crab chp.45 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"I can't believe your plan worked," Scout said to the RED Spy as the suave man exited the shower room, smelling fresh and in a clean red suit. "The BLU Scout was really pissed about it."
"Was there really any doubt?" the Spy snorted, pausing at the door as the Scout walked up to his own locker.
"Guess not. At least we won," Scout admitted. The Frenchman did a light bow before leaving the shower room.
"We were lucky!" the Medic chirped as he removed his rubber gloves, hoping to shower himself.
"Dah!" the Heavy agreed. "We did good!"
The Sniper stood next to the Scout. He looked at the runner as he removed his vest.
"You gonna tell 'im?" he asked. Scout didn't say a word. "Y'know...'bout them voices?"
"It's not important," Scout whispered.
"If you don't, I will." Scout glared at the taller man.
"Don't you dare!" he hissed. Sniper on
AtAInterview transcriptAtAInterview transcript3 years ago in Articles & Interviews More Like This
Hey folks! It is now 6pm. You know what that means. It is interview time! Let us begin.
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We conduct the interview this way to avoid having the artist spammed with too many questions all at once, and to reduce text clutter so that you can all read the artist's responses to the questions.
A special thank you goes out to our lovely mods, ~Melancholy-Minds and ~Twilight-Zero!
Please be aware that we do our best to get as many questions answered as possible, however, if we do not choose your question to send to the artist, please do not be offended. It does not mean it was not a good question. It is just not possible for the artist to answer all questions. Thank you for your understanding.
Welcome to ASKtheARTIST. My name is *thefluffyshrimp and today I have
Noc poslubna... +cz.I+Słońce zachodziło ponad ziemiami Polski,Noc poslubna... +cz.I+5 years ago in Traditional Fixed Forms More Like This
Płonące jak ognisko i złote jak włoski
co to głowę Królestwa mości okalały,
a po myciu radośnie na boki sterczały.
Za chmury się chowawszy nie zauważało,
że w dole oczu dwoje je obserwowało.
Zielone były ciemno, bez wątpienia męskie,
a na domiar wszystkiego, z dziedzictwa litewskie.
Właściciela tych oczu zmartwienie niezmierne
trapiło coraz mocniej, już od dwóch dni wierne.
Był to kraj urokliwy znad morza chłodnego,
w granicach Europy Bałtykiem zwanego.
Sam się nazywał Litwą, tytułował Księstwem,
i nie zwykłym, a Wielkim. Przy tym błyszczał męstwem.
Z miecza ostrego słynął, oraz z waleczności.
A jednak do Polski zawitać musiał w gości.
Otóż, problemów bezmiar, których nie chciał głosi&
Noc poslubna... +cz.III+Wtedy wyciągnął Feliks dłoń do męża swego.Noc poslubna... +cz.III+5 years ago in Traditional Fixed Forms More Like This
Może przejdziem do miejsca bardziej wygodnego?"
zapytał i znacząco w stronę łóżka zerknął.
Oczy zmrużył Taurys. Może i byłby jęknął
żałośnie, cierpiętniczo, gdyby nie decyzja,
która teraz dla niego stała się jak misja.
Czy ulec już ma Polsce, siebie mu darować?
Trudno, stwierdził. Wszystkiego należy spróbować.
Ależ, waszmość" rzekł Księstwo. Tak szybko? Od razu?
Aby nie winniśmy porozmawiać zawczasu?
Poznać się trochę lepiej? Czas na to poświęcić?
Wszak nie chciałbym waszmościa do siebie zniechęcić".
Uśmiechnął się nieśmiało Litwa, lecz ni kroku
od ściany nie odstąpił, niepewny wyroku
jaki Polska na niego po
The Scout and the Crab chp. 14Chapter 14 - Betrayal of trustThe Scout and the Crab chp. 145 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The Spycrab awoke to an unfamiliar sound. Most likely the RED Medic and his terrible whistling skills was the Spycrab's first guess. Then again, the Medic didn't sound like... a truck? Half-awake, he looked around for clock or something to check to see what time it was. There was nothing on the Scout's walls except for a few pro-RED and baseball posters.
"Damnit, Scout." He yawned and tried to rub the sleep out of his eyes with his good claw. The other claw was still sore from his attack against his own reflection.
Very clumsily, he removed himself from the crook of the Scout's neck and scuttled across the bed and lazily walked off the edge, conveniently landing on the discarded pillow he had slept on the other day. A few slurred curses in French before the Spy finally landed on the hard floor and scampered up to the chair of the desk. He was lucky the Scout had thrown a shirt across the seat of the chair of else he wouldn't of had something