Hope Estheim's 'Final Fantasy'Having arrived in Palumpolum earlier that day, Hope Estheim had been on the run from PSICOM, evading the paranoid fear of the locals coming into contact with the Pulse L'cie, the young teenager had to break the news of his mother's fate to his father. It was a conversation Hope had been worried about, not least because of the change in him since being 'branded', but the painful memories that still haunted him seeing his own mother die in front of his own eyes as he watched on, totally helpless.
But the two talked. Father and son. In the space of half-an-hour Hope began to feel slightly better, having his father's forgiveness, understanding and acceptance over the events of recent days made him begin to feel slightly uplifted. Although the reality of the situation he, along with the five others faced, was totally unescapable, and once again despair began to weigh heavy on his heart.
With the curtains drawn, the only source of light in the room came from a bedside lamp. He lay on top of
Piper's sore soles. (FALLOUT 4 STORY) Diamond City was home to things between the unreal and the unfit for confines between here and there. Here being the lowly Commonwealth, fashioned by decrepit manor and terrible scent - and the mysterious worlds abroad; certainty far from abode. Some things in the vast, decrepit wasteland entailed that things were just better left alone. It didn't call for immediate, or pressing emergence to know just what was happening at every moment by which the good people lived. That much however, couldn't be said the same for Diamond City.
'Blue, finally - c'mon, never leave a girl waiting like that,' Piper quickly sat up, from her gentle lips she abruptly spoke. The mysterious wanderer from the wasteland had come for a surprise interview. Something urgent, Miss Wright said - many times again. 'C'monn' Blue - you won't let me miss a big thing like this, would ya'?'
He rose his brow gently, rubbing his long nose before grabbing the back of one of
Anything for rare cards!(Yu-Gi-Oh GX foot fetish)
It was a rather quiet late afternoon at the Duel Academy. Sadie was standing behind the counter of the Academy's card shop. It was a rather slow day, and currently no one aside from her was in there. Ms. Dorothy went on vacation, so since few days Sadie was the only person working in the shop. Usually it wasn't a very tiring job, however today a new shipment of card packs arrived to the store. Sadie knew that working alone, it will probably take her whole night to unpack all the boxes and place them on shelves, she couldn't help but feel a bit down about it. At this moment the shop door have opened, and a familiar blue haired girl wearing her Slifer Red vest and boots entered. Her name was Blair Flannigan.
"Hi Sadie! Have the new cards arrived already?"Blair said cheerfully
"Oh, hi Blair! Well... they are still in boxes, but hopefully until tomorrow I will somehow manage to place them on shelves..."Replied Sadie
"Somehow?"Asked Blair, noticing Sadie's unsure tone
"Since Ms.Dorothy is o
Subconscious DesireShe is paralyzed. She's nearly unconscious, but she can just barely see and hear him. Through her half lidded eyes she sees him licking his pale lips as he gazes down at her. She is revolted and morbidly fascinated by him all at once. She awkwardly remembers that the white gown she wears is just a tiny bit sheer.
They are surrounded by barricades of yellow diamonds created by his magic, meant to keep the hero from reaching her in time.
She feels him lifting her up, laughing triumphantly. She levitates in front of him as his hands move back and forth just inches above her, beckoning her divine soul to come forth to unseal his master. His hands nearly graze her breasts. She opens her mouth to scream, but all that comes out is a shuddering whimper.
Zelda's deep blue eyes flutter open. It's the same dream every night she realizes. She looks around her darkened bedroom. He's not there of course. He's been defeated, she reminds herself. He's sealed away with the demon king inside the master
It's Worth It. Haku x Reader
“I'm late. I am so, so late.” Running as quickly as you could, you rushed through the forest towards the lake. You had known for days exactly when and where you were supposed to be meeting Haku, but you hadn't anticipated everyone in the village suddenly needing to talk to you about something. You should have reached your meeting spot over an hour ago and hoped Haku hadn't already left. As late as you were, he may have thought that you stood him up. “Maybe he won't be there yet. If he's not, he'll never have to know about this.” Despite all of your hoping, it wasn't to be. As you pushed your way through the thick flowers and shrubs that surrounded the lake, Haku came into view. You should have known better than to think he, of all people would be late.
Hearing your loud, hurried footsteps long before he actually saw you, Haku turned away from the water and greeted you with a smile. “Ah, there you are.” You could see his excitemen