The Five Hundred Worlds of UltramarFive Hundred Worlds of UltramarThe Five Hundred Worlds of Ultramar3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
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MW2 Class DesignsMW2 Class DesignsMW2 Class Designs5 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Primary Weapon: M16A4 (With attached shotgun)
Secondary Weapon: Ranger (With FMJ)/Striker Shotgun (With Grip)
Equipment: Tactical Insertion
Special Grenade: Stun Grenade
Perk 1: Marathon
Perk 2: Lightweight
Perk 3: Steady Aim/Ninja (Depending on prefrence)
Primary Weapon: FAL (With attached shotgun)
Secondary Weapon: AT4-HS/RPG-7 (Depends on preference)
Special Grenade: Smoke
Perk 1: Scavenger
Perk 2: Danger Close
Perk 3: Last Stand
TF2 Heavy Weapons Guy
Primary Weapon: L86 LSW (With grip)
Secondary Weapon: M1014 (With FMJ)
Special Grenade: Stun Grenade
Perk 1: Sleight of Hand
Perk 2: Stopping Power
Perk 3: Steady Aim
Primary Weapon: FAL (With attached Grenade Launcher)
Secondary Weapon: Thumper
Special Grenade: Stun Grenade
Perk 1: Scavenger
Perk 2: Danger Close
Perk 3: Sit Rep
Primary Weapon: Barrett .50cal (With ACOG Scope)
Fight For Me -4- NxWhiteI walked quietly through the woods, keeping as close to the tree trunks as possible. The rain was pouring down heavier now and even the canopy of leaves was proving to be less than satisfactory coverage. I could feel the cold water against my arms as it dripped down from the branches above.Fight For Me -4- NxWhite4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
The woods seemed to be getting denser as I traveled further away from the worn path. The grass was getting slightly longer and it tickled against my bare ankles. I dashed quickly out of the grass and onto a dryer patch of earth.
"White, come over here!" I heard an oddly familiar voice call.
I hustled towards the sound, ignoring the fact that it could be an awful idea. In front of me stood Cheren, a small tent already set up. I hustled over to him and ducked under the cover of his tent, sighing in relief.
"Cheren, what are you doing here?" I asked, taking off my hat and pushing my bangs back.
He looked at me and pushed his glasses a little higher on his nose, "I saw you chase after Team Plasma and I
Extinction ch 3Chapter ThreeExtinction ch 36 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Kirk sat back in his seat and stared up at the ceiling in his quarters. Weighing his options didn't seem to help. Eventually he simply got up and wandered off into the hallway. Making his way through the ship he quickly came to his First Officer's quarters. Kirk swiped his hand across the plate that would announce that he was standing outside.
Come. Spock replied from inside.
Kirk stepped into the room and glanced around at the odd mixture of Vulcan and African décor. Spock was sitting at his desk with the fingertips of each hand gently touching one another, a sure sign that he had been deep in thought when Kirk had disturbed him. Walking over to the desk Kirk sat on it casually, forgetting how much it irritated Spock to have his furniture used in a manner other than it was intended.
So...how did things go on Natala?
As well as could be e
Extinction ch 18Chapter EighteenExtinction ch 186 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Spock sat on the edge of the bed hunched over with his elbows resting on his knees. He passively watched the blood drip from his face down onto his folded hands, from there it splattered onto the floor. Unchecked the nose bleed continued to slip a slow moving green river over his lips on its journey to the floor.
It wasnt the bloody stain on his hands that held his gaze, it was the plain band ring he wore. Much like the insignia it hadnt been worth fighting him for so he had been allowed to keep it. However, with his wife so far away the once gold metal had faded to a dull and cold steel. He tried to remember Uhuras touch, but it just brought a sharper pain to his heart. Eventually enough blood fell onto his hands to cover the ring.
Spock closed his eyes, but it didnt help block out the voices that had returned. He knew now that the chaotic screa
Star Trek: ExtinctionSet post-Star Trek XI. Spock begins acting increasingly aggressive, and soon the crew begin to fear for their own safety from the Vulcan. When the Vulcan High Council steps in Kirk fears there is more going on than any Vulcan, even Spock, will admit to.Star Trek: Extinction6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
NOTE from the PHOENIX: Well here we go...the beginning of my first full length Star Trek story. This is set post Star Trek XI by a few years so that the trio has had a little time to get their relationships closer to how they were in TOS. Enjoy!
Star Trek: Extinction
...and so we surrender his body to rejoin the others.
Spock had paid little attention to the formal ceremony. He stood by the large glass floor to ceiling window staring out into space. Just within view was the immense artificial black hole that had taken his world, visible only from the light distortion it caused commonly known as an Einstein ring. The powerful gravitational field cau
FVN: Ghost in the WindFVN: Ghost in the Wind4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Chapter 1: A whole lot of Firsts!
"To live in this world, you must be able to do three things: to love what is mortal; to hold it against your bones knowing your own life depends on it; and, when the time comes to let it go, to let it go" -Mary Oliver
It was a red, cloudy day at the Sierra Madre. The sky was, as usual, a thick red. The Villa looked dead, like a old knotted tree. But within its walls, buildings, life . . . or maybe not life, but something, moved through it like blood in the veins. Ghost People shuffled through the streets, out of sight, silent, and for the most part, single minded. They didn't think, didn't feel, didn't have individual ideas. Just hunt, capture, turn. Hunt, capture, turn. Hunt, capture, turn. Hunt, capture, turn.
Seeker was no different. Seeker hunted, captured, and brought the captured into the depths of the Villa. Seeker had never known another life, no Ghost had. Seeker was just anothe
Coyote Starrk - LonelinessSorry about this Aizen-samaCoyote Starrk - Loneliness6 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Grey, blood stained fur drifted down in clumps lazily. Hair so dark it was almost black tumbled past a drawn, slightly shocked face. Crimson droplets splattered against that soft, healthy, now rough and pallid, skin, slowly wiping away the shocked expression as the pain finally started to kick in.
I failed to uphold my debt to you
Aizen-sama. Yes the Shinigami, the ex-Captain, who had approached the lonely man and girl, with a soft voice - although he hadnt comforted Starrk with his first words.
Wow. Did you kill all of them? These mountain of Hollows? Aizen had asked, his tone gentle, yet curious. He had leaned forward, hands at his sides, a cool smile on his face, looking at the two desolate figures lying in between the dead monsters. They were shivering, for they had no clothes on; only a blanket covered them.
No. They just died. Thats all. Starrk replied, resolu
Extinction ch 13Chapter ThirteenExtinction ch 136 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
It's not starvation. Spock is in some sort of self induced coma...
A Vulcan trick no doubt. Kirk noted.
I'm sure that it is, however, despite the calm exterior his green paint thinner blood is boiling with adrenaline, dopamine, seritonin, insulin, testosterone, endorphins...the list goes on.
Those are all hormones.
Yes, and powerful ones at that. They are pushing his organs to the limit, even with his Vulcan physiology given enough time it is going to kill him. Bones looked down on Spock and shook his head. I can't believe that he can hold still, he should be bouncing off the walls like a Timmarian winged swamp rat hopped up on Rigilian mushrooms with all the chemical that are coursing through his veins.
What about his mental state?
I can't say what le
Extinction ch 21NOTE from the PHOENIX: I have hijacked the character Saavik from the movies and Im slowly making her my own (why not, its a reboot world after all), so I am making up her background. Forgive me if Ive made some Romulan mistakes...Ive only ever seen TOS and therefore I dont have any up to date info on Romulans. So just cope. Thanks!Extinction ch 216 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Blurry eye and sporting a five oclock shadow McCoy headed down towards medical. After the rescue mission he had been exhausted, and the five hours of sleep he had gotten hadnt done much to change the situation. When his alarm had gone off this morning he had seriously considered just rolling over and going back to sleep. However he knew that both Saavik and Spock would be waiting for him and he wasnt about to suffer the Vulcans in their quiet arrogance about his human sleeping habits.
Extinction ch 14Chapter FourteenExtinction ch 146 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Spock woke to an unfamiliar sensation, one he did not find pleasant. Bones would have diagnosed it as a headache. Swallowing against a dry throat he tried to organize his thoughts. The differences between reality and nightmare had started to blur lately. Spock slowly opened his eyes and closed them tightly against the painfully bright light.
Quiet nosies that he couldn't identify mixed with an incoherent muttering that was barely above a whisper assaulted his hearing and caused his blood to flash to ice as fear suddenly lanced through his laboring heart. Irritated by the illogical anxiety Spock ground his teeth together. Realizing that the motion only caused his irritation to escalate into near fury he struggled to control his emotional swings through meditation.
A slow deep breath brought warm air into his lungs, air far warmer than any found on the Enterprise.
Extinction ch 20Chapter TwentyExtinction ch 206 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Uhura paced in her room anxiously. The Captain had not told anyone why he and the doctor were leaving, but she knew what they were up to. She had wanted so much to go with them, but she knew hed never allow it. Now the waiting was almost more than she could bare.
Anubis became determined to keep her from pacing and started weaving in and out of her legs. Fearing that she was going to trip over the friendly cat Uhura absent mindedly reached down and picked him up. Anubis purred in her arms as she gently stroked him.
Looking down at the cat Uhura caught sight of her wedding band. The metal had been a dull lead colour for so long that she was startled to see it shining a bright silver. As she stared at the metal it increased its luster and began to deepen into gold. She was so fascinated by the change that she didnt even hear the door opening.
Extinction ch 6NOTE from the PHOENIX: A kind reader was nice enough to remind me of Uhura's first name, which Spock really should be using when they are alone. It was one of those things that I meant to look up (cause I didn't quite remember it from the movie) and I never did. I'm so lazy. Giggle. So now I know it! I will at some point go back and fix the previous chapter, but for now I'm just plowing ahead.Extinction ch 66 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
It had been a week since Uhura had walked off in anger. She had decided to take advantage of the shore leave and been staying on the Starbase. Spock had not sought her out for either apologies or explanations. The extended time docked while the crew took turns at shore leave and the ship was repaired and restocked left Spock with virtually nothing to occupy himself with.
Under normal conditions he would have sought to catch up on reading through Memory Alpha's extensive scien
Touhou Project WG: Sakuya's ButtRemilia Scarlet casually sauntered through the corridors of her large mansion. She had been living in this wondrous result of architecture for hundreds of years, but there were still sections of the building that she only visited briefly, sections that she usually paid no mind. However, today, she walked through the hallway of where her faithful servant and ally Sakuya Izayoi recuperated when she was off-duty. Remilia figured she could do something different for a change and pay the young woman a surprise visit. After all, she had nothing better to do. Patchouli was reading her novels, Mei-ling had fallen asleep at the gate, and Flandre was off doing whatever she pleased. Even though she was an immortal vampire and one of the most powerful beings in Gensokyo, Remilia tended to get bored sometimes too.Touhou Project WG: Sakuya's Butt3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
'I wonder where she is...?' Remilia thought to herself, looking back and forth through the open rooms.
She stopped in front of the pantry room, where most of their non-refrigerated food s
Extinction ch 22Chapter Twenty-twoExtinction ch 226 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Kirk sat in his place on the bridge watching the beautiful blue aurora of Warp speed. They were heading towards Star Base 17. It was a six day journey from their place near Natala at full Warp, but they were now only a few hours away from their destination. Kirk turned as he heard the elevator doors opening.
Spock stepped onto the bridge with Uhura at his side. She still looked highly stressed, but at least her eyes were alive again now that Spock had returned. Uhura pushed herself up on her tip toe and kissed Spocks cheek. This was an action that at any other time Spock would have discouraged, but he accepted it gratefully and brushed his fingertips against her temple affectionately in response. From the way Uhura smiled Kirk wondered if hed just witnessed a quick mind meld.
Uhura took her place at the communications board. Spock glanced around at the bridge to make sure that everything was in working order. Satisfied he made his way up to the Captain
Pacific Rim: Cherno AlphaThe loudspeakers in the Vladivostok Shatterdome blared, the dreaded news echoing through spartan grey corridors. Technicians dropped whatever they were doing and scurried to their appointed positions. It took mere moments for the aging speakers in the mess hall to take up the message.Pacific Rim: Cherno Alpha2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"Category 4 Kaiju detected. Designation: Charybdis."
Sasha growled like an animal, standing up from the table. She had neatly combed blonde hair, bordering on white. "Another, only three weeks later. In the middle of lunch. Inconvenient." Aleksis rose to stand beside her, an enormous bear of a man with a shock of black hair on his chin. His bowl of mushroom soup forgotten, he followed as she strode out of the mess hall.
A technician ran up to them with a tablet and gave them a salute. "Lieutenants!" he cried. Sasha didn't even slow down, leaving Aleksis to take the tablet and dismiss the man with a nod. "You really should pay other people some heed," he said. She didn't reply. It wasn't the first time he'
Extinction ch 17Chapter SeventeenExtinction ch 176 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
After talking to the Captain Uhura walked through the halls of the Enterprise, wandering without purpose. She knew that she should find something to eat, she couldnt remember the last time she ate anything. However, she didnt have any appetite. With her shift over she had no where to go and nothing to do. Uhura dropped by Christines quarters, but she wasnt there, she was most likely in medical bay working.
Continuing her aimless journey Uhura came to one of the large glass windows that offered a look out into space. They were still in orbit around Kale while the details of the peace treaty were hammered out. She stared out at the stars in the inky black backdrop and wondered which one held Natala in its gravitational grip.
The more she replayed the message from Natala in her mind the more she became convinced that the voice she had heard was not Spock
Quiet PleaseQuiet PleaseQuiet Please4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
Flaymore bathed his blade, Orphanmaker, in the souls of the slain, yet the sea of armored opponents never ended. The brawny barbarian's muscles rippled as he cut through metal and bone, flesh and spirit, heart and mind. The sounds of sanity breaking and limbs snapping were drowned out by Flaymore's boisterous laughter. He was overjoyed by the carnage, for each slaughtered opponent brought him closer to the keep where his ultimate opponent waited for
the not-so-distant thudding accompanied by the rattling of bookshelves. No one ever sat in the corner of the library where Parker spent his Saturday afternoons, so he was unaccustomed to interruption. His favorite nook was set aside away from foot traffic and occupied by only two small tables as opposed to the many long desks positioned near the bookshelves throughout the rest of the building.
When the thudding grew closer, Parker looked up fr
Dark Souls: The EndThe sword flew, its fiery blade cleaving the air, swinging straight for my head. Now was the time. I held up my left arm, brandishing the shield taken from one of the towering Black Knights to my left, ready to meet the oncoming blow. Black iron met burning steel in a shower of sparks and embers, as both sword and shield were pushed back. But my foe slightly stumbled back, the recoil of his attack leaving him briefly unbalanced, vulnerable. This was it. Summoning the last of my strength, I lunged forward, letting the burning furysword of Quelaag lead the way. The black, curved, insectoid blade hit home, plunging itself straight into my enemy's heart. Then I raised my leg and kicked him off, allowing him to fall to the ground. He writhed in death throes until disappearing into a mist of tiny white lights, leaving only a floating, bright flame. The absence of the flaming sword brought back the darkness of the large cavern, the only source of light being the flame that floatedDark Souls: The End3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Extinction ch 27Chapter Twenty-sevenExtinction ch 276 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
You know, Spock, for a smart man...or whatever you consider yourself, you dont learn very quickly.
The Vulcans arent going to listen to you. Bones said pessimistically. I know this a difficult concept to accept, but they dont like you.
You are projecting human emotions on Vulcans once again, Doctor. The Council does not dislike me. They simply disagree with me, and the choices I made in life.
Theyre just jealous that you chose us over them. Kirk chuckled. Cant say I blame them.
It was never a question of taking sides, Captain. I came to the logical conclusion that I could do the best good by serving in Starfleet.
Right. Bones said skeptically. Did you have a choice? Were the Vulcans even interest
Extinction ch 15Chapter FifteenExtinction ch 156 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Gentlemen, if you don't work this problem out among yourselves in the next five minutes I'm going to go back up to my ship and end it for you...permanently.
Standing to Kirk's side in his dress uniform Bones nearly choked on his own spit in reaction to his Captain's sudden outburst. The two delegates from the waring planets froze solid and stared at him in a shocked silence. McCoy took Kirk by the elbow and forced a smile at the delegates.
Excuse us for a moment.
Kirk rolled his eyes slightly as Bones dragged him through the archway into the next room. McCoy was absolutely speechless at first, but after a quick breath he found his voice once more.
Are you out of your mind? McCoy demanded.
I can't listen to them bicker about this any longer, it's ridiculous.
Whatever happened to diplomacy?
That's Spock's area of expertise.
Granted, but you'd better go
Extinction ch 7Chapter SevenExtinction ch 76 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
You knew him, Spock?
Briefly. He sought me out two years ago, to aid him in his decision to enter Star Fleet. After reviewing his qualifications I not only suggested he join, I also wrote him a letter of recommendation.
And he was mentally healthy at the time? Bones asked.
Of course, I would not have recommended him otherwise.
How is life at the Academy for a Vulcan? Kirk asked.
I do not understand.
Ninety-nine percent of the cadets and staff are human, it can't be easy for an alien.
Star Fleet Academy is not easy for anyone, it is designed to weed out the weak.
That's not what I meant, Spock. Kirk smiled sadly. I meant on a personal level, I know you had to work twice as hard to prove yourself there.
I have had to work twice as hard to prove myself