Homestuck: 7 Minutes in Heaven - KankriYou pull out your hand to see you are clutching a megaphone. You chuckled to yourself, knowing exactly who it was. The item fit them so well.More Like This
“Kankri, front ‘n center,” Dave slurred, gesturing towards the open closet. Kankri walked to the front, though he decided to be a gentleman (A/N: won’t be too gentle for long…) and let you enter the closet first. The two of you slid inside the door was shut and locked behind you.
You roll your eyes, knowing exactly what you’re about to be in for.
“This game is violating so many obvious rules. There are so many things that I could tag as triggers existing at
Homestuck: 7 Minutes in Heaven - SolluxYou reached into the box and felt around a bit. You wanted to find a certain someone’s item. You didn’t know if you’d be able to or not, but you damn well wanted to try.More Like This
You finally pulled out your hand to see you were holding a small piece of paper covered in what looked to be computer codes. Holy shit, you had actually done it! You found Sollux’s item!
“Sollux, get up here,” Dave said, waving him to the front of the crowd. You could see Sollux slowly pushing through the crowd. He obviously wasn’t that excited about this whole closet thing. Once he made it to the front he shot you an odd look.
Homestuck: 7 Minutes in Heaven - KarkatYou pulled out your hand to see you were holding a movie case. You examined it; The Notebook. Oh, it was so obviously, it was painful.More Like This
“Karkat, get on up here!” Dave called, taking the movie away from you. “Get all up in this closet right now.” You watched as Karkat angrily stomped through the crowd, his arms crossed. He was looking at the floor, so you couldn’t really see his face.
“Let’s get this stupid fucking thing over with…” Karkat muttered as he entered the closet. You weren’t sure if you wanted to go inside or not, but before you could even move, Dave shoved you inside and
Remembrance of a Dear FriendMore Like This
Fluttershy stretched herself out on the cold grass, damp with the morning's dew. She rested her head on a rough, brown log, letting her head gaze up into the early morning sky. The stars had begun to vanish and the moon had started to slowly disappear. The sky started turning light blue, signifying that in a few minutes, the sun would rise. Surrounding her were trees, towering high into the sky with the tree tops joining together, forming a shelter over her. Fluttershy inched her way to her left, leaving a huge empty space on her right. Turning her head towards the uninhabited spot, the yellow pony started to speak.
"S-sorry I'm late today.