Waking Heroes: Chapter Eleven(Warning: This part and what follows wasn’t in the original dream AT ALL! But the writer figured she should give a good conclusion that would make sense and get people happy. Enjoy!)Waking Heroes: Chapter Eleven in Settings More Like This
Jess grumbled as she moved about under the sheets. Her eyes slowly opened to take in the room, but she was surprised to not see her dorm room. It wasn’t John and Jack’s room either. It was a pink and white striped blanket she was sleeping under, to which triggered a memory. This was a blanket from her childhood. She sat up and glanced around the room making everything clearer. She was in the house from Greenville and the room was left just as it was when they were living there. “How-?”
She glanced over her form and frowned at the sight. Her old pajamas of blue and stars decorated were on her and she was not her normal age. Jess was now a young child; most likely ten or eleven. Her shorter form and underdeveloped features were unnoticeable. The girl got out of the bed and at fi
Waking Heroes: Chapter TenWarning: This chapter and the ones to follow are not from the actual dream. Like a poorly done movie, what was done in the chapters before were the only things in that 3-night sequential dream. =.= Doesn’t my dreamworld know I like to know the ending to stories. Anyway, enjoy!Waking Heroes: Chapter Ten in Settings More Like This
Tossing the desk over and scattering papers across the office, the woman shouted, “That little witch! When I get her back over in this world or if I ever make it over to her world, SHE’S DEAD!”
Hill had watched her seethe and overreact after she came back from the dream of the human. It took everything in his sister to not lash her anger out on him while he was calmly sipping at a cup of coffee. Finally as she crouched down and placed her hands to her head, breathing heavily, Hill still leaned against the bookshelf, sighing, “WHEN we make it over there, she’s dead. Just try again in her dream and be creative with what you’ve seen in her memories. There has to be someth
Solitude: ch 1Roaring from the friction upon hitting the mostly Helium atmosphere, the meteor burned red, then orange, then white in mere seconds. It fell with the intent of leaving its mark on the moons surface and struck it with such incredible force it could have annihilated a populated city and lay waste to the surrounding area.Solitude: ch 1 in Fantasy More Like This
Fortunately for everyone, this moon was barren as could be. The Helium atmosphere and lack of natural resources short of the silicon in the soil which gave it it's yellow coloring from space didn't really make it a prime location for terraforming. Another feature of the moon was an irregularity in its magnetic field, which drew a vast majority of the asteroids and meteors that came near straight to it.
In an underground compound on the planet, some 200 miles from the impact site, a red light blinked in harmony with a chirping alarm. The base was originally a meteorite examination facility with the purpose of gathering samples and learning what they could from them. Built
Solitude ch. 4At Siyyu's request, D'rik put on more movies, starting with the second part of the movie she had seen last night. This time, he was up watching the whole time while sitting on her thigh, a spot she 'ushered' him to. She was sure their fun earlier had put them on the right track to being good friends.Solitude ch. 4 in Fantasy More Like This
Siyyu was enthralled about her small friend, but tried her hardest to keep from turning him around in her hand. The euphoria she had experienced was most likely caused by the 'chah-klet' she had eaten, something she was little ashamed of, since she forced D'rik into a position he did not feel safe in. However, she was ultimately glad about the ordeal, since D'rik seemed to trust her much more now.
It was probably best to assume that smaller steps were necessary if she wanted to keep D'rik comfortable, but her curious nature was hard to suppress. When the movie seemed to be going into greater exposition, which she couldn't appreciate since she didn't know anything about the human language,
Solitude ch. 5Ess...kews mee, Dehr-rik, mey aye...peek yoo...hup? her accent was strong, but the important thing was Siyuu had spoken a complete sentence and Derrik understood it.Solitude ch. 5 in Fantasy More Like This
Very good! You speak well! he clapped his hands looking up at her, feeling so proud of both of them. Three long weeks of learning each other's alphabet and sentence structure were starting to pay off. The walls were covered in various colors of paint with their exchange, half of it was Siyuu's 'small' and simple strokes to display what turned out to be a massive alphabet of some seventy or more characters. They seemed to be comparable to English print, but far more specific in their phonetic representation.
One of the first things he learned was that her name wasn't pronounced 'Sah-yoo' but more like 'Sye-yoo'. Derrik had a hard time keeping track of most of the Alarian letters, so he made a piece of paper that he used to compare them to English sounds. Likewise, Siyuu seemed to have a problem figur
Solitude ch 3It was a bit of a rocky start, but how often had first encounters been smooth throughout human history? Derrik was still a bit shaken by the whole ordeal, not sure what to take from it. She seemed very 'human', though the term, scientifically, was a bit bias. To him, it implied that what he witnessed from this intelligent creature was something that was not expected from anything but a human, and it did not sit well with him.Solitude ch 3 in Fantasy More Like This
Her... race? Species? Her PEOPLE were easily as far along the evolutionary process as Homo Sapians, and they probably had their own word for 'humanity', a fact that rattled Derrik a bit, though he knew it shouldn't. He was a scientist, a person who did not hold biases, but lack of a suitable example left him with nothing more than the sense to get over such things. One thing was for certain, nothing he could say would offend her, because they had no way to properly communicate.
After Derrik had knelt there for a time, holding his face against the soft blue skin of
Solitude ch 2"...and I was in so much trouble that I didn't tell her it was broken right away. My mother was so upset because it was one of the first vases she ever crafted on her own." Siyyu Sen was discussing one of her embarrassing moments with some of the other crew members. Her close friend, Jeuno Kali, among them.Solitude ch 2 in Fantasy More Like This
Siyyu was a technician who was rather new to this ship. She had never been on a battle cruiser, it was a big leap from a frigate to say the least. There were so many people and other technicians that did their job much better than her, she knew the only reason she was on the ship was because of Jeuno's, the ships navigator, recommendation.
Jeuno and two of the other crew members were listening with interest, while a taller one with exotically shaped blond hair was lying back in the booth with her eyes closed. She was apparently an engineer of some sort Jeuno had befriended since being on the ship, and was easily the tallest Alarian on the ship since Siyyu barely came up to her shoul
Solitude: chapter 6The truck nearly had air time as it rocketed from the underground entrance, the computer incessantly warning of the stress on the jets. Derrik was bent on doing what he could to buy Siyyu the time she needed for her allies to arrive. They had already returned an acknowledgement to the distress beacon, so it was only a matter of time. He just hoped he could stall them long enough.Solitude: chapter 6 in Fantasy More Like This
We have a confirmed signal above ground, sir. one of the crew said aloud.
Home in and make for it once we enter the atmosphere. Jeremiah Innes, or Jerry to his friends, paced around the small bridge, looking over the shoulder of every crew member.
Agent Innes, you may be with Intelligence, but I'd prefer to stay in charge of my own ship. the Captain said with a moderately annoyed tone. Four days of orbiting a gas giant, and now they were chasing a lone traitor across a barren moon. He felt like a detective on stakeout.
The medium-sized reconnaissance ship entered the atmo
Irvine Godsend- Bio- Name: Irvine GodsendIrvine Godsend- Bio in Scraps More Like This
- Age: 385 years
- Sex: male
- Race: Demi-god
- Height: 5'10"
- Weight: 170 lbs.
- Hair: burnt brown
- Eyes: golden brown
- Irvine is the child of a human man and a goddess. He knows little of his father other than his mothers regrets of promising to see him again after his nation went to war. A war she knew would bring an end to his people, and his life.
- Irvine's mother was a goddess of water and wind, a very caring person, but when it came to him being raised, she didn't give him an inch. She was very particular in raising him, allowing only what he needed (which wasn't much considering he was a demi-god), and always being sure to let him now what happens to those who abuse their power or status.
- Irvine has 5 older sisters, 5 older brothers, and 1 younger brother. Two of his sisters and one of his brothers are actually god-level entities, as their fathers were each gods themse