Revenge is a Kiss"Oh, isn't this just wonderful!" one of Hannah's friends said, looking around at all the colorful decorations in the gala ballroom. Hanna nodded in agreement, though she felt a bit out of place. Her friends had invited her to come along, though she wasn't used to attending these sorts of parties, and she felt a bit out of place. Her dress was formal enough, but also simple enough to where it didn't look like she was trying to outshine anyone. She sighed, she was having fun all right, but she did feel a bit left out and lonely.
"Can I allude the young miss to a dance?" asked a voice. Hannah turned around to find a Spotted Kougra standing behind her, wearing a blue navy uniform. She gave a small smile.
His name was Sanders, a very influential and well respected figure in the navy. He was also known for his relentless hunt of one in particular pirate and he had a slight fancy of Hannah. She cleared her throat and turned to face him fully. He was handsome and dashing, but not h
To Be A PirateSea Cat sat pondering and staring out her window. About four weeks ago she and her first mate, and long time friend Storm Jade, had found themselves a ship and recruited a small crew but now things seemed unsettling. The crew was acting strange Kate especially.
Kate was a young woman who had come with most of the others, runaways from rich families and whatnot. She had seemed friendly and eager at first but now things seemed different restless power hungry
A knock sounded, and Sea Cat looked behind her. She stood up, and reached for the pistol on her desk but stopped. She looked at it, then at the door, and sighed. She put the pistol into a drawer, then walked over to the door.
Sea Cat opened the door and looked at the three on the other side. She jerked her head at them, signaling for them to enter, and they walked in. Sea Cat sat back down at the desk and leaned forward in her chair. Kate and the two boys with her looked a bit jumpy, bu
A True Hero"Ms. Tabitha! Time to get up! I'm not going to tell you again!"
Tabitha quickly sat up and grunted aloud, then yawned and rubbed her eyes. She rolled over to one side of her bed and reached for her glasses, then put them on before swinging her feet over the edge of the bed and standing up.
"I'm up Celia!" she yelled down, then walked over to her closet to dress herself. She hated the summer. Kids were always running in and out of the forest, catching and training Pokémon, but not her. She never liked the idea of catching a Pokémon and forcing it to fight battles when it could live happily on its own
The other kids would make fun of her for not wanting to become a Pokémon trainer. They called her Tabby the Scaredy Cat. The only people she had to talk to really were Celia, Dusty and Vincent, who were her family's hired help. Her parents were rich actors who were almost never home, so she felt even more alone because of that factor. Tabby sighed and adjuste
RPS: Signal in the Sky...Tia flew over the abandoned Arctic World in the old Gotham Zoo, scanning it for life, and flying lower to get a smell at it. The Bat-Signal still glowed brightly in the night sky above her, and her police scanner had picked up that the Penguin was on the loose out of Arkham again. Arctic World was the most likely place he would go, because he had used it as a base many times before. She sniffed the air for anything that smelled 'penguiny' but so far all she smelled was rust and mold.
"Maybe Batty already got the bird-man..." she said to herself, but just then, spotted someone running through the trees towards her location. She grinned a toothy grinned and folded her wings into the proper turn, then landed right in front of the short, top-hat wearing man.
"Waaagh!" Penguin cried in shock, jumping back and grabbing his prize, which appeared to be an gold, emerald and sapphire embedded peacock. Tia put her hands on her hips.
"Tsk, tsk, tsk!" she said. "Now Mr. Cobblepot, didn't your mommy