Star Wars 2*three weeks later *Star Wars 2 in Fan Fiction More Like This
What the hell ? muttered Commander Rex as his communicator began to fizz in and out of focus. Stupid communicators, always picking up foreign signals.
He stared as the figure became clearer. It was a teenage girl.
H-help me. I-Ive been taken c-captive by General Grevous.
Rex frowned. What? Where are you?
Im Im on Renoly.
Why did you call me? And how did you get this frequency?
The teen looked around nervously. I called you because I know that you know the Jedi. And, this is Grevouss communicator, he has it.
And who are you?
Im Rodin, the daughter of govener Raynai.
Oh Rodin! Ill alert the Jedi immediately.
The clone shut his com and sucked in a deep breath. Renoly was an abandoned, unexplored planet. The reason for that was because every time someone went there, they never came back. He sighed and walked off. This
Art Trade- peppykittyFaye walked wearily down the empty street, snow lightly falling on her head. It was almost dark and she had been walking for at least six hours after getting off that train. Her feet were killing her and being alone in this big city at night was creeping her out.Art Trade- peppykitty in Fan Fiction More Like This
Faye looked back at her backpack. A small tiger had his head poked out of the backpack and he was looking bored.
Faye sighed too. I know Peanut, well find someplace to stay for the night, then-
The blonde teen stared blankly as a tall girl with brown hair up in a ponytail hair ran past her. She saw the girl had a backpack too and it had a small beagle looking out from inside it. Also, the girls clothes were burned and ripped and her feet were bare.
What the Faye looked at Peanut. Peanut shrugged.
Faye walked over to where the teenager had come from. It was an alley. The teen walked into it, peering into the darkness. She waited, saw nothing, so she went in closer. At the end of the al
Dani 2Chapter 2Dani 2 in Fan Fiction More Like This
My New Trainer
Speaker: Pokemon in Pokeball
I sat in my Pokeball, waiting. I knew it was dark and I wanted out, but I guess this new trainer wasnt going to let me out. I sighed. I was just going to have to get out myself then. I know a lot of Pokemon say its impossible to get out of Pokeballs, but its actually really easy, ya know?
I let myself out, finding myself next to a sleeping bag. I looked at the sleeping trainer. All I saw was a crop of short hair.
Oh great its a guy! I thought grouchily. Ive never really liked guys of any type.
Then I took another look. Wait a minute I floated above them, pulling up a piece of hair and sniffing it. It was a girl. Man, was I happy. I froze though as she stirred, shivering and pushing herself farther into the sleeping bag. Oops, I forgot I made people cold.
I sat back down next to her. I wanted to see her face, but it had gotten lost under the sleeping bag.
The Greatest Show Unearthed"They say on Halloween night that a special show goes around. Nobody knows where exactly until Halloween day. You can see a huge space that was never there before and that's where it will be. They say if you see it, don't go outside that night. Don't let any child go out. Why? Because chances are, you'll never see them again."The Greatest Show Unearthed in Horror More Like This
I scoffed. "That stupid story has been going around for ages and is just used to cover up the fact some parents are to careless to take care of their kids right on Halloween and then have them get kidnapped."
Mrs. Ross, our English teacher, glared at me. "This is not a story to be taken lightly Hexadora!"
"You're just freaked because the supposed spot is here in town. Hex is right, that's just a dumb story to scare us." Put in Josset, the boy who sits in front of me.
Mrs. Ross was unimpressed. "Well I can see that the story was a waste of time. And further mo-"
The last bell rang and everyone scrambled to push through the doo
DaniDanis JourneyDani in Fan Fiction More Like This
Start of a Journey
I ran downstairs to the living room, jumping over the back of the couch. My brothers were sitting next to each other, waiting for the contest on TV to start.
Move over boys, your sister has arrived!
My two brothers moved apart.
Jeez, pushy much Dani?
Are you kidding Jake? She was born pushy!
I pushed my brother, Hayden, over. Shut up!
He grinned hugely. What can I say? I know how to get a rise out of you!
Hayden was the second oldest at 15. He had messy green hair and eyes, a spitting image of our Mom. He tends to act tougher then he is. Plus, he, like a lot of our family, had taken up the art of participating in Pokemon contests. Right now though, he was taking a break and visiting us.
Jake looked about the same as Hayden, except he was nine, to be 10 tomorrow. Thats when he got to start his Pokemon journey. He was excited about it, and he had decided he was
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Mountains of junk and scrapped pieces. That was the biggest trash pit you could find on Colony-69, the largest treasure box twenty-eight years old Amanda Sank could ever dream of. She had arrived there right after her morning duties at her arable farm, and she hadn't left yet. Her old wooden carter was filled with the fanciest pieces of metallic junk: old engines, chips, parts of devices and robots, a variety of microcontrollers and other electrical components. The midday sun was high in the sky when Amanda decided it was time to go home. She grasped her carter by the handle and dragged it around the pit to throw a last look at the piles of garbage she may return to pick up later. She stopped. Her hazel eyes widened, her lips curved into a bright smile. She moved a lock of her long dark-blond hair behind her ear. The carter was resting on the ground once again. She had just come across something very interesting, something worthy to bring home right away.
She worked all night around th