Celes's New Role“There, that’s the last of it.” The woman said as she put her sword back in its sheathe. She wore a green one piece leotard outfit with a headband and a cape. She brought a hand up to her blonde locks of hair and patted a lock out of her face.Celes's New Role in General Fiction More Like This
Celes was currently inside the ruins of an ancient castle. She had gone to the place as she had heard a rumor that there was a magical item that caused the inhabitants of a nearby village to go berserk every full moon. Just by herself she had entered the castle and discovering the crystal which was responsible for it had destroyed it and preventing it from causing any further harm to people. There had been some monsters by she had snuck past or struck them down and made her way to it, surprisingly unlike most objects of power it wasn’t guarded by anything and so she had destroyed it with little trouble.
“Now then, time to get out of here.” Celes said to herself as she exited the room and prepared to make her wa
ResurrectionIt is said that the longer you wait to have your Revenge, the sweeter it will taste once you have it.Resurrection in Short Stories More Like This
For The Emerald haired woman who was seated in The Castle, she found that to be very true as she had her revenge at long last.
The Vampiress known as Camula sat on the chair in the middle of the room as she stared up at the moon. Smiling at it she stood up and gazed up at its beauty through the window.
A pair of hands suddenly wrapped around her body from behind. “Mistress.” The transformed Alexis Rhodes said to her with a smile staring at her affectionately at her lover as she hugged her.
“Alexis my darling what is it?” She asked her smiling back at her slave who smiled at her. Camula brought her hand up and softly kissed it causing Alexis to giggle at the feeling of her lips against her skin.
“They are doing well upon their resurrection.” Alexis told her as she wore the same outfit Camula wore that she had been dressed in when Camula had defeated h
Barb-e's GirlsJasmine struggled and grunted as she tried to steer and control the ship. A part of her wished she had Genie right now, he’d be able to get her out of this mess. But she was just by herself as it was just her on the small ship.Barb-e's Girls in Short Stories More Like This
The Princess of Agrabah was on a small ship having taken it and went off on her own. Normally she’d be with Aladdin and her friends would accompany them but they were gone having had to deal with a new creation of Mechanikles and so it was just her. She had gone by herself to where Ships were held and getting a ship that was used by them whenever they wanted or needed to travel and Carpet wasn’t available. She was more than capable of steering the ship and handling the masts so she had set sail and had went on by herself out into the sea.
Things had been going smoothly at first and she had relaxed as she soaked in the sun and enjoyed the spray of the sea but shortly afterwards the waves unexpectedly became more rabid and powerful forcing her to
Price of WishesA young woman with long black hair in a ponytail wearing a tank top and black skirt with suspenders threw a Goblin and it smacked against a wall with a thud before sliding down with a groan.Price of Wishes in General Fiction More Like This
“I don’t have time to waste with the likes of you.” Tifa Lockheart said with a scowl looking on at the group of defeated goblins that she had pummeled into submission. “I got more important things to do.” She said and continued onwards through the cavern. They had attacked her and she had dealt with them easily enough. Tifa was on a mission of urgency and couldn’t afford to waste time as a life was at stake depending on how fast she went.
Aerith had come down with a terrible sickness while the two were in a town and it seemed highly unlikely she would survive despite the best efforts of doctors and healers. Tifa while at the town thinking about what she could do had heard a legend about a mystical item that was located here in the cavern that was believed to poss
Tifa's New Job“C’mon now, where is it?” A voice was heard as an office building was shown. “There’s got to be some info here.” The office had stuff thrown across the floor and was a mess due to what had been going on. It was empty except for the lone figure in it who was rummaging through files and drawers in an attempt to find somethingTifa's New Job in Drama More Like This
The office was that of a high ranking Executive of The Global Company Shinra. Inside it was a person who was not affiliated or worked for anyway with the company. A young woman with long black hair wearing a black skirt and white tank top with red gloves is shown going through the office looking at anything of notice. In an attempt to find info on them and what they was planning so that she and others could stop them.
Tifa Lockheart frowned as thus far she hadn’t found anything of notice. The AVALANCHE member was looking through it as she had snuck inside the new factory Shinra had built in a remote village, their new Mako R
Shinsuke's BrideAmi Mizuno panted as she ran as fast as her feet would carry her, The girl ran not stopping as she made her way through the empty streets at night. The blue haired girl made her way hoping that she could make it in time.Shinsuke's Bride in Short Stories More Like This
She was late, late for meeting someone she had planned on meeting tonight. Her duties as a Sailor Scout and Warrior of Good had finally caught up with her social life.
Just minutes earlier she had been with her friends and the other Sailor Scouts doing battle with a youma that had appeared at a Theater and was draining the life energy of those who watched it performed. They had discovered it and its true form and had battled and destroyed it. The battle was over with and they had celebrated their victory only for Ami to glance at a clock and saw that it was after Ten and in a rush and not saying a word to them and not listening when they called out to her had ran out of the Theater hoping she could make it in time.
The others didn’t know it, not even her own moth