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PGA: Post Office RP Log (UNFINISHED)(ultimadragon88, Coke-in-pebble, firebonbon, xsilentwindx, plot-is-evil, catydoll409)
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Chris was walking through the Birch dorm, doing his best to create a mental map of it in his head. He only knew how to find his room,
so if there was an emergency, he was pretty much doomed. Plus, he had no clue where the bathrooms were.
So, the Greninja decided to do some exploration...of course, he was doing it the ninja way, doing his best not to be seen.
The only reason he's been successful is because no one was around to see him, of course.
Peri ran out of her room in a rush, creating too much noise in the process.
Her hands were filled to the top with boxes, obviously unbalanced and probably going to fall if she wasnt careful.
And she was never careful. She had been really excited for the up coming winter, and more excited to see the snow.
The piglet had never seen snow before and was trying to do all she could to prepare for that. But her rushed attitude that day didnt help her.
She didnt see h
The Insane Smiles Chapter 1: Revival
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The Chaos Trilogy ~A Super Mario Fanfic~
Part 1: The Insane Smiles
Chapter 1: Revival
The Underwhere. It was a bleak place, shunned by light of any kind. It was a dark, desolate cave. The rocky floor was as rough and uncomfortable as the place felt, and damp with water droplets, which constantly gathered on the rugged stalactites and stalagmites that littered the ceiling and ground. Odd formations could be seen in the walls, like odd squares.
Fawful absolutely hated the Underwhere.
The little bean boy, wrapped in his torn, red cloak, fastened together by two golden buttons, hated everything about it. He hated the depressing rock walls, the stalagmites which he constantly tripped over every day. He hated the cracked, stone fountain near the hub of the Underwhere, which spewed never-ending gallons of a strange orange liquid, which healed all wounds and ailments when soaked in. He especially hated the Shaydes. They were odd, slug-like b