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HetaWhoStuck Part 1 One windy night in the country of Canada, the personifications of Germany, Italy, and Japan or Ludwig, Feliciano, and Kiku, as their human names were, was wondering through a forest…again.
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“Italy, how did you get us in zis situation again?” Ludwig groaned. “We’ve been vandering for hours now.”
“Kya… Doitsu, I-a didn’t mean too.” Feliciano called out from behind.
“Itary, we need to stop for the night.” They saw a bright flash of light coming from above. They ran and followed the direction it was heading. The trio found themselves at the edge of the island where the beach was and then realised, they have been here before. The Axis Powers hid in the bushes to see was a crashed silo. Ludwig slowly got up while Kiku tried to hold Feliciano from screaming. The creatures came out of the silo onto the beach. They all had grey
The Signless x Reader ~ An Open MindIt was a quiet evening. A good kind of quiet, where you can here those faint, soothing noises like the city folk and the wind and bugs and it all melds together so perfectly. Serenity at it's finest, I always called it, and those who gave it the thought agreed.
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I was sitting on the hillside, looking out over the bright city, alight with activity of a new night. You couldn't see much over the golden glow of lightened windows and lanterns, but you could hear the callings of merchants, the bargainers haggling for a deal, and the idle chit chat from troll to troll, giving the city of life of its own. In this very city were the members of our little posse, shopping for food while discreetly scouting for guard positions for later reference. That being said, the one the guards would be on the lookout for had to stay behind with me.
"Do you understand what baffles me about you?"
"No," I said, looking over at the man next to me. His red eyes were sparkling with a fascination and ful
Human!Gamzee x Reader - Ecstasy
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The city lights were bright in contrast to the darkened night skies. Your pupils were wide as you took in every bit of scenery you could. The tall buildings, shiny cars, and pedestrians dressed to the nines were all but unnoticed. Everyone and everything seemed to have some sort of story held on the inside. You had experienced New York City before, but never in a way as great as this.
Gamzee turned up the radio, the bass making your seat vibrate. He wore a sly smile on his face, his eyes red from the fresh weed he’d smoked before picking you up. His makeup was perfect, for once; it was almost always messy from him either itching his eyes, or resting his head on some unknown piece of furniture. Today, however, he had actually bothered to fix it. He looked… nice.
“Yo, are you all up and ready to go?” Gamzee asked. He carefully parked the car in a newly paved parking lot - the parking lot of the hottest raving dance club in town.
You nodded and smiled. “Of c