100 theme challenge 28. WILDFL28. Wildflowers.More Like This
She was going to kill him!
GLaDOS gritted her teeth.
Why did she ever agree in this?
She looked at her hands and almost bit them.
Why oh why did she allowed that moron to proceed with this ghastly idea!
She remembered well how he entered her room a few weeks ago.
She, of course, got him back from outer space, just because she could punish him more down on earth.
And she also got used to his company, annoying as he was at times.
After seeing how good he was at torturing that awful test subject she found there were some things to learn from him.
He had to have a bad side and she liked that in him.
Not that she ever would admit that to anyone, let alone to him.
And then he came with the idea to turn cores back into humans since he noticed she missed the testing.
And she liked the idea.
There were lots of 'empty shells' lying around to use, perhaps even the original ones.
So she agreed that he did just that.
And that's where she went wrong, she allowed HIM to handle it.
100th.Chall.27.FREEDOM ISN'T F27. FREEDOM ISN'T FREE.More Like This
Those words kept ringing in Chell's ears as he rode the elevator up.
It was the strangest thing that ever happened to her.
Granted, the singing turrets were a bit unusual too, but GLaDOS just letting her go, setting her free the moment she was the most vulnerable and easiest to kill was unbelievable.
It was so not GLaDOS.
Actually Chell didn't believe it at all.
She just knew she would end up in another test chamber, hearing the sadistic voice of GLaDOS saying she had been enhancing the truth once more.
When the elevator stopped she saw a big vault-like door and sighed.
Just as she expected.
But the door opened and warm, yellow light came streaming in.
Half-blinded Chell stepped out, feeling a bit naked without her portal gun.
It took her eyes a bit to get adjusted to the bright light, but when they did Chell saw the most beautiful thing she ever saw.
An endless wheat field waved in a soft summer breeze.
Birds flew by, twittering and chasing each othe
100 theme challenge 26. FATE26. FATE.More Like This
Life has a weird way to turn events from time to time.
Cave learned that the hard way.
He always knew science would be the end of him, but he never expected it to happen this way.
Actually, he thought the whole moon-rock incident would kill him, but thanks to the fierce dedication of one of his employee's he got cured in time.
Too bad it was this same employee that caused his demise.
As he slowly recovered from his moon-stone illness Cave grew more and more attached to the employee and so did Caroline.
The other employee's joked they almost adopted the young scientist, which made Cave grin a bit.
He wasn't much older than his friend.
And the medicine made him feel even younger than ever.
Caroline was the first to notice the changes in Cave's behaviour.
He was fitter and more energised than ever, which was not bad at all, but there was something strange in his eyes she never saw before.
It was not his normal spark of enthusiasm for science, that was there too.
It was something
100 theme challenge 25. SHADOW25. SHADOW.More Like This
"No hard feelings"
Another turret down, another victory.
In his long and dangerous travels through the facility there was only one thing almost as dangerous as GLaDOS and that were turrets.
Sure, cameras were not good news either, they told GLaDOS where he was, but they were easy avoided.
Spike plates, crushers, burners, acid pits, lasers, all not much fun, but they were a picnic compared to a turret.
A turret couldn't be heard, felt of smelled, like most of the other things.
It could be standing around every corner and one step out of line could be your last.
They were hard to surprise when approaching them up-front.
If they were close enough you could outrun their start-up, but that was less than 2 seconds, which was a very short time.
GLaDOS just loved placing them around corners in hallways, just a smidge too far away.
Yes, they were almost impossible to overcome.
But he figured out a way.
The first time he saw the solution he slapped his hand against his f
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Chell lifted the cube with her portal-device and placed it on the big red button.
With a hiss the door opened and the way to the elevator was free.
Another day, another endless series of test chambers.
She was sick of them.
It bothered her that she had no choice but solving them.
Or did she?
In her first days of testing Chell already tried to put a camera or two on the button but that didn't trigger anything.
Apparently it was too light.
She tried putting more on the button but with the same results.
So she figured the cubes had a specific weight.
One of the things she also found out was that some objects were not fizzled in the emancipation grid.
Like common stones.
And even though they were not easy to find, the state of the facility allowed her to find some nevertheless and she always took them with her.
She had a plan.
What if she could make a bag of stones exactly the weight of a cube? Than she wouldn't have to do all the trouble getting the
FINE!*sighs*More Like This
I've had enough of hiding and torturing people... (Though I wouldn't mind torturing people again~)
It's been like... *looks over shoulder* 4 days now...
I'VE BEEN HIDING THIS FOR 4 DAYS... (It ended today at school... eh...)
Man, that's actually a long time...
The longest I've ever went before now was like...
I don't know...
Not even a day...
SO, I JUST BROKE MY OWN PATHETIC RECORD...
What I've been hiding for all these days is that I've... well... fallen in love with someone...
Imaginary of course...
This character isn't from what I've been obsessing over for... I don't know how long... (Yu-Gi-Oh...)
Nor any of it's spin-offs... (YU-GI-OH SPIN-OFFS! LOTS OF DASHES! --------------------.... Sorry...)
But the character is from an anime of some sort...
Now, I know that at least 4 of you know who this character is... (betheleaf, MyImmortal1377, Avian-Yoko, and I3-byUsagi)
You may have not know that I liked him, though... (With the excep