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Once upon a time, wait no that isn’t a good start. A couple of years ago, there was an old area, shrouded in mystery through the foggy trees of the amazon rainforest, and kept buried beneath the moist ground. It was said that beings from legends used to live there, until a ancient tribe lead a party to slaughter them. It was successful, but legend says that three creatures remained, untouched by human civilization. No one dared to go look for this place, afraid of the possible terrors, so the are was declared untraceable.

    Until, I found it, of course.

    Not many still know about its existence, but I had a friend of my father who brought me there. It was the summer of 2016 when I came to a shady dock in Brazil, where a boat was tied onto a nearby wooden pole. It was a small boat for 2, with a glass windshield upfront and two cozy chairs in the middle of the controls. A man stepped out, looking as calm as a millpond. He was 44 at the time, about 5’10”, with a lighter and cigar always kept stowed in his pocket, ready for any situation. He had black and gray hair, with a beard growing under his chin. His skin was piled with mosquito bites and crinkles, and his green hungry eyes were always looking for something up in the trees, but never able to find what they wanted. He wore khakis and a yellow brazil soccer jersey. His boots were dark brown from being in the water so much, and his jersey had a hole in the back from who knows what.

    “So, you must be Lucas Myers, eh? I’ve heard alot about you, kid. The name’s Fisher Hawkins, by the way. Come on, don’t be shy, step on in!”

    He chuckled, his voice a mix of smoke and delight. I coughed and waved my hand in the air as he breathed on me, the smoke from his currently lit cigar trespassing into my nostrils.

    “Oh, forgive me. Forgot I can’t have a cig around the young lads.”

    I wore my new red pajama bottoms to feel more cozy in the heat, and a blue and yellow striped hoodie with a plain white shirt underneath. A suitcase wheeled next to me, the bag containing my clothes and money to use if necessary. My dirty brown hair was unbrushed and messy, and my also green eyes looked around in curiosity. I also kept a Ipod in my pocket with a big assortment of music to listen to with my earbuds. I preferred either electric or 80’s music. At the time of this story, I was 10 years old, a big city boy and afraid of the jungle, for the most part. Even now and as a kid in this story, I’ve always had a fascinations towards snakes. I know, it sounds bad and stupid at the same time, but I’ve gotten used to the weirded out people. Always felt like they were mysterious creatures, slithering around minding their own business. Maybe I’ve just listened to my father’s stories too much about his childhood and some old legends.

    I shuffled into the boat silently as Fisher untied the rope and turned the boat towards the murky depths where his lake house was. From what I’ve been told, it’s pretty nice, with strong enough structures to withstand and nearby animals or debris that comes its way. I turned to the side as the boat steered left, following the path. I shook my head violently, maybe to stop feeling dizzy. Fisher turned around and stopped the boat.

    “Why don’t ya sit down kid, the chairs are the best part of the boat after all.”

    I never liked talking to anyone besides my father, he was the only one I felt comfortable expressing my feelings towards. I slowly walked over to Fisher in the control area and sat in the chair next to him, instantly being embraced with a comfy cushion that seemingly sucked my body into the chair. I smiled and gave a thumbs up. Those things were the best chairs you could ever get from a boat, and they stayed dry most of the time.

    “That’s more like it, now we can get a move on.”

    Fisher turned the ignition back on and the boat started moving along the path again. The rest of the way I sat in silence, the only sound heard being the whistling of the trees and the boat’s engine. Fisher didn’t seem to mind, and started to hum an old tune, I believe it was Who Can It Be Now? by Men At Work. I always liked to memorize popular 80’s tunes. When we arrived, my eyes sparkled in amazement. “Whoa…” I softly whispered to myself. It was much better than I imagined while on the plane ride here. It was like one of those rich modern style houses you’d see at the beach or in costa rica, with the glass window rooms and a large kitchen in the front, with a pool (or a lake in this case) out back. A path of organized, gray rocks lead down the back, going into the river and beyond.

    “How did you get this place?” I asked, my curiosity kicking in.

    “My parents used to own it, said it could be mine one day so I could enjoy the beauty of nature and not be cramped in a city.” Fisher said, parking the boat at the dock. Compared to the dock where I was picked up, this one was much nicer. Small pots of roses, white and red, were on either edge of the dock, and the wood looked recently replaced.

    “Why do I feel like all of my Dad’s friends are rich but just don’t show it?” I mumbled to myself.

    “Cause that’s the life of our rich families, Lucas. Being friends with other rich people for the best experiences around the world, and then not bragging about their money,” Fisher said, tying the boat to the dock with two separate ropes incase one snapped. I never really understood that saying, but I didn’t think too much about it. I just shrugged and followed him as we walked up the path.

    “Now then, let’s get your room setup, shall we?” Fisher exclaimed.

    I kept my head down, only looking up from the stone floor to see what Fisher was pointing at during the tour of the house. I wish I had put my head up, since the house was so beautiful during my second visit and had gorgeous paintings I hadn’t noticed the first time. From what I payed attention to during the tour, the place was much bigger on the inside than from how it looked on the outside. The den had a velvet carpet and snug chairs staring into the fireplace, and the kitchen looked like a fancy bar complete with assorted frying pans, plates, and silverware. I wheeled the suitcase down the hall as Fisher lead me to my room at the end of the hall. He opened the blue door to reveal a king sized bed, decorated with three brown winter blankets stacked ontop of eachother, and fuzzy pillows that were really flexible, unlike the unmovable ones I see at most stores. I walked over and pressed my hand on the bed, and was overtaken with comfort and warmth. It was like my heaven. “Thanks.” I quietly said to Fisher. I felt the need to be more open towards him, but at the time I just wanted to get settled.

    “By the way, I’m gonna head back to town in a few minutes. I need to get more supplies for your stay, so do ya have any requests?” I shook my head no.

    “Alright, well if you want to you can walk around the trail in woods for awhile, just don’t get lost.”

    With that Fisher left, leaving me alone inside the house with no transportation. For the first 10 minutes I sat on the bed, figuring out what to do. I decided the trail wouldn’t be a bad idea, so I threw my shoes on and headed out back.

    So this is the part where things get interesting, at least for me, and not in a very good way. I’ve been hiking for a mile now, starting to feel sweat down my neck, and I spot this giant cave maybe half a mile off the trail, next to some suspiciously tall trees. Yes, it’s a jungle, but these trees were easily taller and thicker than the rest. Once I reach the cave, I looked inside, trying to see if anything was inside of it. There was nothing but the echoes of my footsteps heard inside. I slowly walked in, the light fading away quickly. I took out my Ipod to shine the front around, but it seemed that the cave was empty. There was red paint (or blood) on the walls, but whatever drawing or handprint used to be there was completely gone, replaced by dust and fading visibility. However, there was a small string a foot from my face. It looked like a spider string, barely visible and moving with the wind outside. I swiped it to the side, but instead my hand caught onto the string. For a moment I was confused, maybe it was a stronger type. I pulled at it harder, this time towards the left, until I heard a clicking sound and the snap of the string. A huge explosion went off somewhere above the cave, sending me to cover me ears. The ringing kept going when I let go. I grabbed my Ipod and looked towards the ceiling, except there was no ceiling. It was a pile of large rocks, and they were falling fast. I ran towards the exit, hopping over small rocks, until I tripped over a small root sticking out of the ground. When I tried to roll over and pull my foot out, a large boulder slammed against my right foot. I felt a snap, and I screamed in pain. It had to be broken, there was no way it couldn’t be. My lip quivered and my hands violently shook. The exit was sealed, and I was stuck in a dusty cave, left to starve until someone found me. I tried to move my toes, or scrunch up my right leg, Nothing happened. I couldn’t even feel the pain. I stood up and looked at what I was dealing with. There was a newly formed opening in the roof, enough to fit two people up. The sun glimmered in the cavern, giving me a sense of hope.The functional Ipod laid on the ground next to me, the small device a screen of darkness. I reached over and grabbed it, and took the headphones out of my pocket above the ground. I turned it on and turned to 80’s and Such in the playlist menu, and listened. There was nothing I could besides cry in silence, but I didn’t want to do that. So I waited, looking at the ceiling, listening. Every minute felt like an hour, time moved so slowly. Eventually I gave up and rested my head on the cold ground, wiping away the dust and closing my eyes. This is just a bad dream, I said to myself. When I wake up, I’ll be back in my cozy bed and just have pain in my right leg from the dream, which happens sometimes. Yeah, that seems about right.

    It wasn’t a dream.

    The moment I woke up I was filled with flaring pain, I winced as I reached down to hold my leg, but remembered a piece of advice my friend once told me. He had said to never put weight or constantly move a broken leg, as it increases the pain and makes the healing slower. I sat up from my position, and found myself in a tree, high up towards the clouds. I could barely see the ground from up here. I crawled towards the edge of the trunk, and looked at the view. The sun was rising in the distance, sneaking above the mountains and clouds, the warmth basking on my face. It felt really good. Some birds were also visible, singing their morning songs. I crawled back to my spot and sat there, thinking how I would get down.

    “Oh good, you’re awake. I’ve been waiting.” A voice from behind me said. I jumped, almost falling off the tree, but something caught me, and put me back on the tree. I was met face to face with a 50 foot snake, with yellow skin and a white belly. It’s body was thick, at least an inch in width.

    “I didn’t know snakes could talk.” I said, trying to conceal myself with my jacket.

    “Guess your learning sssomething new, then,” The snake said, slithering closer to me. It smiled, almost in a friendly way, which put me even more on edge.

    “What’sss your name, young one.”

    “L-lucas. Lucas Myers,” I said, stuttering in fear. My hands were shaking, my mouth was as dry as a desert, and my legs felt like jello. I couldn’t move, paralysed by confusion and fear of the future.

    “Your afraid, aren’t you? Of me?” The snake asked. I simply nodded, gasping for breath.

    “This is just a dream, this is just a dream, this is just a dream…” I kept on repeating.

    “It ssseems that I didn’t introduce myself properly. My name isss Faith, and your Lucas. You are confused since you’re talking to a giant, 50 foot snake, yes?” Again, all I did was nod. Faith slowly started to work its tail around my legs, the soft coils bringing me a sense of comfort, warmth, and relaxation. I breathed in a deep breath and relaxed.

    “O...kay. Okay. Why did you help me?” I asked.

    “Do you really think I’d leave sssomething as adorable and precious as you trapped there? No. Plus, I do need a sssmall favor.” Faith giggled at the last part, sending a chill down my spine. The coils now covered everything except my head, the comfort keeping me from wanting to run. Faith squeezed the coils against my body, making them press against my skin. I smiled. It felt amazing, like being pressed against a mass of heavy blankets.

    “What uh, favor do you need, exactly?” I asked. There wasn’t any point in running, not like I could anyway, so I decided to figure out what Faith wanted.

    “It’s a sssimple request in my opinion. I want to be normal.” The question confused me, but a lightbulb went off in my head.

    “Wait, like, leave the jungle and head into the city?” I said. Faith nodded.

    “That’s a pretty crazy idea, you know, since your a 50 foot snake. I don’t think I could get you anywhere without someone screaming their head off for no apparent reason. Atleast, that’s the simplest way I can put it.”

    “I would love to prove you wrong, but I mussst be going soon, or else I’ll be caught watching over you.”

    “Is that not allowed or something where you come from?” I asked.

    “You could sssay that.” Faith wrapped a coil around my eyes, preventing me from seeing anything.

    “Do me a favor, young one, and jussst look into my eyes.”

    When the coils was removed, I did as told, and was met Faith’s gaze. Her eyes turned purple, the color putting me in some sort of trance. My eyes matched hers, and I slowly felt my body turn numb, falling victim to the hypnosis. “W-what is going on…” I slowly said, my words becoming fainter with each breath. My mind was slipping, as if I hadn’t slept in 24 hours. The coils tightened, only making the thought of sleep worse. I wanted to say something, but all that came out was small squeaks and jumbled noises.

    “Ssshhh, just ressst your head and close your tired eyes. I promissse not to harm you.” Faith’s words were soothing, like a melody or a lullaby. I slowly closed my eyes as my head fell to the side, my entire body held hostage in a bondage I did not want to be broken from. The coils tightened one last time, and I watched the light fade from my vision as the dark void creeped into view, making sure I would stay asleep for as long as I needed to. The last three words that came to my mind echoed over and over again until everything became silent.

    Darkness.

    Comfort.

    Sleep.

    I screamed when I woke up, which was odd since I didn’t remember having any nightmares. Maybe it was the hunger punching a hole in my chest. I rubbed my eyes and looked around to figure out where I was. It was the old dock I was on when I met Fisher. Man, how long have I been out? I thought. I stretched my arms and legs, seeing that I hadn’t moved them for...how long? I remembered everything in picture perfect detail. Faith, the tree, the cave, her abrupt leave. A cast was on my leg, a black one with a white stripe on the bottom for writing. A pair of crutches sat on the bench next to me, along with a note. All it said was the word, “Phone,” with a cross on the bottom right corner. “Who the heck put that there?” I muttered. I heard the honking of a car, so I stood up, grabbed the crutches, and hobbled over to the van in the distance. Inside was my dad, who was currently sporting a hawaiian style outfit, the fashion he preferred to wear.

    “How many days has it been?” I asked.

    “Since what? Oh, the injury. Fisher called me yesterday, saying that you had gone missing out in the jungle. Luckily you weren’t too far off the trail he made. When he found you, you were sitting on the ground, sleeping on a tree like there was no tomorrow. Said you were smiling in your sleep, too. He checked for any injuries, and sure enough reported back that you had broken your right leg. Now how did you do that, son?”

    “A cave, there was a tripwire, and it collapsed.”

    “Well, you got out somehow and it’s not too too bad of an injury. Guess this means extra video games for you at home.” I nodded, examining the cast to see if Fisher wrote anything on the stripe. There was a phone number on the cast, written in bold, black letters. “875-230-3040.” I mumbled, wondering whos number it may be. I turned to my Dad as we pulled out of the dirt road and onto the road leading to the airport and then home.

    “Hey dad, did you bring my phone with you?”

    “Why yes, I did bring it. Do you need to make a quick call?” I nodded yes as my father handed me my phone. It was an IPhone 6 Plus, with a blue protector case. I dialed the number on my cast, and let the phone ring. No answer. I tried again, this time crossing my fingers. Someone picked up the phone.

    “Hello? This is Lucas Myers.” I weakly said.

    “Hey kid, it’s been a while, but I gotta go for now. We can talk when you get back to New York City.” With that she hung up, leaving the phone to buzz for a solid 30 seconds while I tried to understand how she knew where I lived. I turned it off and faced my dad again for the second time.

    “Did Fisher, happen to see anyone else at his house while I was asleep?” My father looked at me for a split second, and then went back to focusing on the road.

    “Yes, I believe he did see someone. It was a girl, maybe a year older than you, with short black hair and blue eyes. She was wearing a white T-shirt and rainbow polka dot pajama pants. She wrote something on your cast while you were asleep, never knew what it was. Was that why you needed the phone?” I slowly nodded, blush burning my face red.

    “What was her name?” I asked. If my guess was correct, then I was about to have some serious questions for her. My dad cleared his throat and spoke six words that sent my heart racing.

    “Faith. Faith Hollick. That’s her name.”

    He could hear voices everywhere, strapped to the chair. Talks about future plans, talks about lives, talks about the experiment. How to control a SOUL, etc. Lucas felt the sweat covering his head, the inevitable daily testing creeping around the corner. It had worked, indeed, he felt it. He looked at the clock. It read 7:50 am. He squirmed, freeing his hand from the bonds. There was no telling who was behind the glass, it was a one-way mirror. He extended his hand towards the clock. And the clock rewinded, going back to 6:50 am. He heard muffled shouting, confused, scared chattering. Why? Because the boundary of a SOUL has been broken.

    He could control time.


    The light returned, eyes squinting at the sudden jolt that shook him awake. He seemed to be at a river, the waterfalls soothing his anxiety. His brother was nowhere in sight, and there wasn’t any exit nearby, either. It was dark, but the glowing flowers provided a good load of light. Lucas stood up, taking in the surroundings. He didn’t know what to do, his brother said he would find him near the woods over at the ruins, but he had no idea which direction was the right way. Suddenly, a blinding flash of light appears in front of him, revealing a girl older than him. A necklace dangled below her neck, a hoodie pulled tightly above her head and waist. She groans as a headache fills her head, the sudden teleportation not being much of a welcoming. “Ugh..stupid secret doors..” The girl mutters, rubbing her head. She’s beautiful, Lucas thinks, trying to think of what to say. She turns around and notices the boy standing there, thinking of how to greet the new stranger. “Oh um.., hello young one. Do you know where you are?” The girl asks, tightly gripping the locket. She was definitely hiding something. “No, I just woke up here, I uh...I’m looking for my brother. What do you call this place?” Lucas asks, fiddling with his fingers in his hoodie.. “Well, this is Dismaltale I believe, an AU, and snowdin is that way,” She points to the left, a thick white layer of snow emerging at the end of the path. “I can come with you if it helps on your little quest. Oh, and sorry for not properly introducing myself. My name’s Rose.” Lucas was ok if she came, but one question was really agitating him. “Why do you like that locket so much?” Lucas blurts, not sure what her response would be. Rose turns her back on Lucas, face feeling a bit pale, the pain coursing through her veins. “I-It’s just an old artifact from my parents,” Rose lied, knowing the boy was most likely too young to question any further. “Come on, are we going to snowdin or not?” Lucas follows her, trying to stop blushing. He’s never seen a girl, not since he was 2.

    Lorn was at his post in the woods near snowdin, three bottles of grape juice sitting next to him, empty. He had heard from a little flower there were more humans nearby, but it’s been two hours since then. He didn’t know what to do but wait. It’s not like Ela needed him yet. That’s when they appeared. The selfless sacks of flesh. There were two of them, both he recognized. He had given them time, 24 hours to be exact, but no, they kept persisting. He decided to make his move before they were gone. He sipped the last of his grapefruit and decided to give Jell a little surprise.

    Lucas had tried to fall asleep in the woods, the fur on his coat providing a thick headrest like any other bed. It wasn’t the sudden rumble that shook him awake for the second time in one day, or the lights starting to grow in the sky. It was his SOUL, sensing the massive energy being used by the people over at snowdin. It hurt the more he ignored it, and he had no choice but to investigate the clashing of the SOUL powers.

    Lorn stares at the two, a murderous glare burning deeply in his eyes, a glare of hatred and anger towards every breath they draw. “Your 24 hours are up! Why the he-,” Lorn cuts off short, noticing Rose as well. “Where in the name Asgore do you people keep popping up!? Forgot it, it makes no difference.” Lorn felt confident, but he could feel it rising in Jell, too. “I can tell your not fond of our kind,” Jell says, summoning a staff in the shatter of light. “I don’t understand why yet, but I will do what I must to protect Rose.” She turned to Rose, who seemed threatened by Lorn, exposing her horns and locket, which was turning darker shades of red. Lorn can feel their true power growing, their SOUL powers forming. He smirks, summoning a row of gaster blasters with the snap of his fingers. “It’s my job to despise you, for everything you did to the monsters. It’s your choice now, leave or die.” The wind picks up, the trees go silent, and the snow starts falling more rapidly, as if ready to cover up the blood.

    Jell knows this won’t end well, and so does Rose. “Your first statement is something we agree upon. However...death is not an option here.” Jell firmly says, the orb on her staff coming to life. Rose stands next to Jell, her SOUL only growing darker. “I will not kneel to you today and die. I still need my exit.” Lorn shrugs, growing impatient at the long introduction. “I always hated Determined SOULs the most,” He mumbles, firing multiple gaster blasters at the two. “At Least I know how to stop you from RESETting!” Jell reacts in the blink of an eye, putting a forcefield to protect the two. Rose throws her book and pen to the side, eyes turning bright red and hands lighting up. “You don’t need to worry about a RESET, I don’t do that old trick anymore.”

    Lucas arrives to what looks like hell on steroids. Trees have been turned to ash, the ground is bright red, and the SOUL energy is growing so strong that his headache is like being whacked in the head three times with something metal. Lucas crawls to the back of the station, watching as Jell pops another shield, barely deflecting all the gaster blasters encircling their spot. Sweat starts showing on the top of her forehead, trickling down to her chin. Lorn, still not stopping the relentless attack, summons a few bones to make the attack more aggressive. “Why don’t I just take your SOUL then.” Lorn says, making the situation a lot more troubling. Lucas can tell that Rose knows they won’t stop, it wouldn’t be any use to try now. “We need to fight back harder!” She yells over the sounds of the gaster blasters. She sends hot flames in every direction, incinerating the remaining gaster blasters. From looking at her, the strain on her SOUL is becoming too much. She mutters something Lucas cannot hear and then disappears with the book and pen. The remainder of a blaster's head destroys Lorn’s sentry station, sending the roof into the woods. Lucas feels the wind leave his stomach as part of the tree sends him tumbling in the snow, gasping for air. Lorn hears the ragged breath coming from his station, turning around to see Lucas lying on the ground. “Well, what do we have here? Another one of your little pets, following you around? Why don’t take a look at him.” There’s no denying that Lucas was scared of him, he had no idea how to properly use his SOUL power, which meant he was at a major disadvantage. He had no time to react when his SOUL turned blue and he was pulled to Lorn. Lucas didn’t know what Jell needs to do, the gaster blasters had stopped, so maybe there was an opening for her. Lorn had summoned a bone, and was starting pick at Lucas’ arm, more of a scrape than a stab, but it still hurt. Lucas winced, not able to use his SOUL. When he looked back at Jell, she sees the calmness in her eyes, and can feel the plead in his. “If you wish for me to leave, I will leave. And I’m taking the boy with me.” Jell says. Lorn pauses, looking at Lucas and then Jell. “Fine, but if I see you again, you will have a very painful death.” Lorn throws Lucas on the snow, coughing blood, his body shaking numbly. He looks up at Jell with a confused look as to what she is doing. “I don’t know how you got here, but this is no place for a child such as yourself. I’ll send you to where Rose seems to be going, a calmer AU. Find something to heal your wound there, and get some rest. You did not see us.” With that, a portal opened under Lucas as he shut his eyes in the darkness.

    Rose was at the edge of hotland, the trail of the riverman faintly swishing side to side. She had seen the boy, but only for a minute. He definitely wasn’t apart of Jell’s AU, so how did he get there? Her thoughts are interrupted by loud shouting and the sounds of footsteps coming to wait for the riverman. “DANG IT, STUPID PHONE. THE ONE TIME I CAN’T HAVE YOU DIE ON ME!” Papyrus yells, not noticing Rose standing next to him. She tries to start a conversation to pass time, feeling the rush in him. “Are you ok there, Papyrus?” She asks. “YES, just don’t like my brother being alone for long periods of time..” Papyrus says, trying to somehow charge the phone. His groceries here on the stand, swaying with the river in a very plastic way. The riverman arrives, and she notices Lucas, unconscious and arm swaying in the water. The one on the boat has red covering the sleeve, the blood drying from however long ago he sustained an injury. “Hm? OH, ANOTHER HUMAN. GREETINGS!” Papyrus cheerfully says trying to lighten the mood. “Uh paps, I think he’s asleep.” Rose quietly says, checking his arm wound. “Oh! MY BAD.” Papyrus continues to try and fix his phone, but at this point the battery was completely dead. Rose puts a flame on the wound, making sure it still isn’t bleeding. The heat wakes up Lucas, who doesn’t move for a few seconds, until he tries to sit on the boat. Rose sees him take Pap’s phone with his consent, and puts one hand on the charger, and another on the front of the phone. His hands glow green as a little sphere covers it, recharging the phone, showing the past memories on it. Papyrus with Undyne, Sans sleeping on the couch, some spaghetti. When he finishes, Rose sees that the phone is fully charged, mouth agape. This isn’t a SOUL, she thinks. That’s impossible, time isn’t a feeling. He hands the phone back to Papyrus without saying a word. “WOWIE, HUMAN, I DON’T KNOW HOW YOU DID THAT, BUT I THANK YOU!” Papyrus says, quickly checking texts and getting back to Sans. Rose looks down at her locket, the sudden unknown force making it slightly open. “No..please just stay….” She murmurs, looking up and smiling back at Lucas, brown hair swaying in the calm breeze. “I can help find your brother if you want.” Rose says. She really has nothing else to do, so she might as well help a new friend out. Lucas pinches himself to stay awake. “I would love that,” He says, cheeks slightly red. “Is there a place we can rest, though?” Papyrus turns around with the usual excitement in his eyes. “I’M GLAD YOU ASKED! YOU TWO CAN COME TO MY HOUSE, NYEH!” Lucas chuckles at that, keeping a smile on his face and the drowsiness in his eyes as he tries talking to pap. Rose waits for him to not notices her, and then she grabs out her book, sketching a picture of Lucas with a clock behind him. When she finishes, they arrive at Snowdin, with Lucas getting out first.

    Lucas, could feel himself wanting to throw himself onto the snow floor with every step he took, each putting more and more invisible weight on his body. He may be tough, but he was still young and always tired. When they enter the house, Sans is on the couch, talking to Papyrus face to face. When he spots Lucas and Rose, he stops and faces them. “Oh, some visitors. What are they doing here, Paps?” Lucas goes ahead and answers. “We came to get some rest, isn’t that right Rose?” He gives her a light shove but then notices that she looks a bit creeped out by Sans’ presence. She just slowly nods. “I don’t mind a rest myself.” Sans says, going out the door and around the house. Lucas heads upstairs to find a room that doesn’t seem occupied. He stumbles upon a room with the door open. There’s nothing inside just a king size mattress that could fit two people without a question, some sheets, and a pillow. A nightstand sits on the right, the light broken, but enough is shining from outside that it's fine. Before he gets on it, he here’s a rustling under the mattress, and a piece of paper sticking out. He grabs the paper, luckily not torn, and reads the note.

Lucas,

You’re confused. I understand, I’m missing and you’re with a bunch of strangers. Don’t worry, you are almost home. There a mismatched pattern in the judgment hall on one of the walls. You will press the top right mispainted checker and push the wall in. Seems Rose has given you some good company, but I’d rather leave her thoughts to herself. Get some rest, I’ll see you in your dreams. And don’t worry about the man-eating bed, it’s pretty new and crazy comfortable. If you use it, I highly doubt you’ll wake up.

Jonathan Myers

    He felt joy come to his eyes, the fact that he was so close to finding his brother, but the sleep that weighed on him prevented him from doing anything else. He took off his bloody clothes and put on one of Sans’ T-Shirts and hopped on the bed. It felt like a thick layer of whipped cream, pulling him down into the abyss. Guess Jonathan was right. He smiled, turning over to put some of the mattress on his back as well, stuck in the middle, falling asleep.

    Rose sees a figure at the door and opens it. “Is he gone?” Chara asks, snow filling her hair and green-and-yellow sweater. Rose nods. “You don’t have a fond history with him either, eh?” Rose asks, hearing the noise upstairs stop. Lucas must be asleep. Chara looks at Rose’s wrist, filled with hate. “Are you alright?” She asks, the fire crackling between each silence. “Just...not strong enough to stop the hate.” Rose weakly says, tired from the riverman’s journey. Chara tries to comfort her, the act confusing Rose. “Why are you comforting me?” Rose asks. “I understand your pain, or at least I sort of do.” Rose can tell Chara saw the horns, it’s not that well hidden at the moment. Rose answers it for her before she asks. “It was because of my Chara. In my AU, Morphtale, she’s dangerous and managed to kidnap Asriel. They tried to climb back up, but fell and ended up perishing.” Chara felt uneasy. “I didn’t know a version of me could be so...cruel...I’m sorry.” “Your fine, it isn’t a very nice place anyways, and ASGORE still is the king, no mercy to anyone. My Sans didn’t even show any mercy when we first met.” Chara nods. “That isn’t a surprise to me, he attempted no mercy to me...if it wasn’t for my father…” Rose reads the clock, seeing that it’s past midnight. “Well, might as well get some sleep. I’ll see you in the morning.” Rose goes into a bedroom downstairs while Chara takes the couch, leaving Lucas to himself.

    Lucas found himself in the judgement hall, not a single sound filling the endless void. It was the original Chara and Sans, the final blow being struck down. Voices filled his head. You have the power to fix everything. To change the same outcome. Change kept ringing in his head as the Sans died, ending another genocide. The Chara turns around to him. Change it, or risk your life. The voice continued. Lucas looks at himself, and instead puts his hand outward at Chara, freezing her in place. An unknown SOUL eruption shook the judgement, breaking the glass and destroying half the wall. “YOU STAY AWAY FROM ME!” Lucas yelled, summoning a shield. Yes, Fear is not something to keep away. The hatred will just grow. Do not hesitate. Something was in his head, he had no idea what. That’s when another wall bursted open, but this time at the uneven pattern in the wall. It was Jonathan, looking the same as he did the last time they met. “Reverse it, now.” He softly said, his voice filling his head with Jon and Jon only. Lucas did as he was told, and then everything went to normal. The Sans and Chara were gone, but they should still be there. “There was never anyone there, something is playing with your mind. Just come over here.” Lucas had tears in his eyes, he knew they wouldn’t stop, he ran over to where Jonathan was, standing at his doorway. When they were on the other side of the wall, Lucas cried into Jon’s shirt unable to keep himself together. “You’re fine, you’re fine. It’s just a bad dream, O.K.?” Jon pulled Lucas onto the man-eating mattress in their dream, giving the two a good spot in the massive bed. He put Lucas on his stomach and then zipped up the jacket. “I know you have so many questions, but I don’t think now is the time.” Jon said, feeling Lucas’ back for something. “Take off your shirt, I think I know what caused the event.” Lucas did as told, and sure enough, there was something black covering his back. “What are you going to do?” Lucas asked. “Remove it with a hatred vial collector I made. Pretty much it take the hatred to use for samples, but I burn it instead. He went to grab the gun and numb medicine. Lucas winced as he put the medicine in his arm, but then he relaxed, the pain fading, as he started closing his eyes on the mattress, the way down never-ending. He could feel something on his back, but it was faint. When Jonathan was done, he tapped him the shoulder. Lucas put his shirt back on. “So, what now?” Lucas asked. “Now I answer your questions.” Jonathan said.








Name: Hector Maro                                                                         Date: ???

Dear New Diary,

    Ever since I was 4 I’ve wanted to travel to a house in the plains that’s 10 miles out from my town. Everyone says that there are supposed to be these magical creatures there or something, but everyone is too scared to go. They believe the stories, that these creatures wouldn’t let you leave, and you would be stuck there forever. I don’t believe any of them, even though in this world, most of us kids have a power of some type or a transformation. For example, my big bro can teleport, and I can talk to any type of animal. Transformations could be that you could be something like a snake, an octopus, or a half and half. I didn’t want my brother to come with me, so I would have to do it without him knowing, which is quite difficult with him keeping an eye on me all the time. Now that I’m finally 11, I can get permission from the gatekeeper to roam out in the main fields. Because of my small size, I could run through the tall grass, but I’m still unsure.

    I closed the book as my brother came into my room. “Whatcha writing this time, Hex?” He asked. Everyone likes calling me by my nickname, Hex, which I prefer more than my real name. “Just some more conversations with the spider outside,” I said. “Well, whatever it really is, don’t forget it’s your birthday today, so you can finally go out into the fields with your older friends. Tell me if you're going to stay with one of them for the night, okay?” I nodded my head and ran out the door to go to Fedil Street.


    “Name.” The guard asked. “Hex Maro, sir.” I reply. “Hmm, well it looks like your finally at age. Just follow the trail right there.” The tall man points to a trail covered in red paint. I thank him and run across the trail. When I arrive, I find it strange that my friend, Oliver isn’t anywhere in sight.“Hey, Oliver, are you here or not!” I yell out into the distance. The wind picks up as the grass sways back and forth in a repeating pattern. Just then I hear Oliver running up behind me from the trail. “What took you so long?” I ask. “Had to help with the food over at my dad’s restaurant. Someones gotta make the bread, can’t be a meal without it.” I grab his arm and drag Oliver into our little hiding spot hidden inside a tree trunk. “So, any news on my best bud’s birthday?” Oliver asks, taking a bite of an apple he brought along with him. “Well, you know that creepy house over in the plains? I wanna go visit it, something just tells me I have to.” I wait for a good response, maybe he could help me out with what I need. “If you are so confident in doing that, Hex, then you’ll need directions. If you go now, I bet you could make it before they notice you. It’s lunchtime so everyone is off duty.” He hands me a map of the easiest way to get to the plains. I give him a hug of thanks. “I forgot to mention, how’s your head doing? You said something about a crazy dream last night.” Oliver asks. I glance down at the dirt, trying to put together everything that happened. “Yeah I-I’m fine. Just a bit of a headache. It’ll be gone soon, anyway.” I lie. True, it is just a headache, but something was bothering me. It was like an unstable power, or maybe a new ability, ready to burst out. “Just try and stay safe for me, okay? I don’t want to lose a friend, and your brother wouldn’t want to lose you either.” Oliver gives me a pat on the back and tells me where to go in the tall fields to start my journey. “Oh, by the way, are you gonna give this house you’re going to a name? Be better than just ‘the house in the plains,’” Oliver says as I’m crawling out the tree trunk. “How about ‘Hex Manor’ if you’re the only one there.” I liked the sound of it. “I’m sure something will be there,” I yell over my shoulder as I run out into the open world.


    About 3 miles in, I could see the clouds growing gloomy and gray. I stopped to eat a quick snack, grabbing a cracker bag and a water bottle. The bottle cap slipped from my hand and rolled into a bush. When I reached out for the cap, I felt something bigger than a small bottle cap. Six miles in, and I had my body slumped on a tree, rain pouring on my head. So far there hadn’t been anything crazy popping up, just the trail ahead, surrounded by trees with stretched out branches. It was as if the trees were reaching out to keep the path dry. I had to wait the rain out, or else my leftover food would get soaked. The wind was picking up, making the rain pour sideways. A crackle of lightning lit the area, showing a hidden figure walking towards me from the plains. At that speed, the person still had at least half a mile left, so I started to gather all my stuff and climb one of the taller trees to hide from the stranger. I had no intention of being sent back to my town and disappointing my brother. And so I waited. When the figure came to where my tree, I held my breath as it looked around, seeing footprints leading to the spot. It was a girl, probably a year or two older than me, with long hair and blue eyes like mine. As she turned around and start heading back to the end of the trail, I sighed, rubbing the water out of my eyes. She was beautiful, whoever she was. When I looked up again, she wasn’t on the trail, as if she vanished out of thin air. But that’s not right, I should still be able to see her.  I peek from my branch and look under the tree, in the fields, and around the other tree that I was closest to. There was nothing, just the cold, cold rain pouring on me. I shiver as the wind picks up. I look down at the bottom of the tree. It’s at least 10 feet down. Lightning cracks near me, and I jump, losing my balance and falling off the branch. My glasses fall off and plummet to the ground, making everything around me fuzzy and unclear. Luckily, I don’t hear the glasses crack, so that’s a good thing. It’s short-lived, though, when something warm wraps around my leg and pulls me up. I watch as something yellow covers my entire body, making me unable to see anything but yellow loops. Warmth flows through my body, and I relax, nuzzling myself into a comfy position as the blob tightens, my body now unable to move. I stop moving, slumped on a thick branch high above the ground, sinking into the yellow loops until I felt the urge to sleep. My head was uncovered to reveal a fuzzy face looking at me. The tail gently placed my glasses back on, and I was face to face with a snake, smiling down at me.

    

     My heart was racing, I wasn’t sure what to do. The snake spoke first, its head sheltering me from the rain. “What bringssss you all the way here, young one.” I had a million questions I wanted answers to, but all I could do was play along. “I came here to find the manor at the end of this trail, f-for my b-birthday,” I stammer. “I heard a bunch of stories about it growing up, and I decided to visit it now that I have the chance.” The snake thinks for a moment, looking at me and then back at the trail. “Well, you’re in luck. I happen to live there, it issss quite nice.” The snake says, pulling me closer to its head. I sat there confused until it hit me. “Wait, then that means-” I get interrupted when a coil covers my face again, leaving me to only hear the sound of muffled rain. The moment my face was uncovered, I was met with the same face and body of the girl from earlier. She still looked as pretty, but her legs were replaced with the coils that still nuzzled my body. “So you’re a shapeshifter.” I say, still smiling in relief. “Yeah, these were the forms I chose to master, just in case someone like you showed up. You got a name kid?” The girl asks. “Hector Marco, but everyone calls me Hex.” I say. “Mine’s Chaya, if you were going to ask.” Chaya says. When she lets me go, I try to stand up, but knowing I was safe, I felt sudden drowsiness falling over my eyes, and my legs start to wobble in exhaustion. I end up falling right back into the coils, gradually falling unconscious as I’m picked up by Chaya. She reverts to a human form, and grabs a blanket from her cloak and wraps it around me. I lay unconscious in her arms as she walks back to the manor, concealed by the moonlight.







Hello everyone who visits me! Just a short note.

YES I DO LIKE SNAKES IT'S THE ONLY THING I CAN DRAW ;-;, BUT I HAVE MUCH MORE RESPECT FOR UNDERTALE AND ALL THE GREAT AUS THEY HAVE. ALSO ANIME WEABOO HERE (or however you say it.). So yes, there is more than one thing I like. 

Just incase.........
SUPER SAYIAN MOUSTACHE!




I found something on YouTube that I find hilarious:

     I rushed back home as the rain came pouring down. The puddles beneath my feet sooth the aching, but I know this is not the time. I am homeless, my mama and papa died when I was tiny, and I’ve learned from the other kids on the streets since then. They’re my new family. My name is Lucas Wright, and I am a castaway from my town. I can talk, but sometimes I just freeze up and panic, unable to move or talk. I’m only eight, how ‘bout that? Everyone else is either twelve or thirteen, but they took me in anyways.  I reach the alleyway and knock on a loose wooden board. The rain continues pounding, getting my favorite shirt wet. Someone lifts the board up and stares at me, then lets me through. A group of boys, Marshal, Ford, Damian, James, and Alfie, huddle around a small fire with stolen sleeping bags from an abandoned super store downtown. “Lucas, my amigo, how is your tiny self doing?” Damian says. I gently place my bag on the floor and room out a assorted number of fruits, pizza, and chocolate candy bars. I smile. Even around my closest friends, I’m always shy. I sit with Marshal, the oldest, and start to attempt heating a pizza over the fire. “So, ya guys have some more reports of some more runaways?” Marshall says. James raises his hand. “Well, I saw one, but I couldn’t grab his attention. He was being chased by those government, or whatever they are, creeps. He almost made it under the bridge, but they shot him in the leg. Looks like they’re upping their game.” James says. I walk over to the corner of the warehouse and grab my fuzzy blanket that’s three times the size of me. I love being small, everything is so easy get into, and I have a blanket that I could cover myself with. I sit down by the fire and finish cooking the pizza. Between bites, Marshall replies to what James said. “So, you think they’ll head back into the city to look for us, after all this time?” Marshall asks. “I won’t be surprised if they do, we should start having a lookout for later this evening.” James replies. So, If you’re confused, and trust me… I am too, this might help. Three years ago our poor town was overrun by a corrupted government (Marshall told me corrupted means evil.) that was looking for a special boy with powers beyond imagination. They forced us out of our homes, made us work, and pushed our limits to see if anyone would break and become that special kid. Marshall and the rest of the gang all escaped together, it would have been useless if they did separate. Since the evil people just came a month before this, the boys easily escaped, leaving me to wonder why they did it. You start this labor at age eight, the age most kids here start thinking for themselves more, and wondering about their surroundings. The group of boys came back one last time to get me when it was my eighth birthday, almost getting caught in the process. Since then this government has been getting new things to “test” on us once we are found and sent back. I pray that day never comes. Since then Marshall has taught me everything he knows, and teaching me how to steal stuff. “Hey Lucas, don’t let your slice get cold!” Alfie said, putting out the fire. I quickly ate my pizza slices and huddled up with the group. I grab my blanket and walk over, dragging the thing behind me. James messes up my hair, and I just look up at him with one eye, the other one covered in hair. He smirks. “OK boys, tomorrow is the big day. They’ll do a test run with their new things about two blocks down, so we have two options: 1. We destroy these weapons, or 2. We hide and make sure we aren’t caught, but leaving these new toys they have active and running. What do you guys vote?” Everyone looked at each other. This could be the beginning of a revolution, or the end of our time together. “I vote 1,” I say. “I think it’s better to end this then let other people fall into the hands of this stuff they have.” Everyone stared at me, then turned to Marshall. “I agree, he has a good point. So, who votes with Lucas?” Marshall asked. Everyone put their hand up. “Then it’s settled. Tomorrow we fight.” James says. Everyone cheers and heads over to their mattresses. I look at my usual spot, but notice my mattress is gone, and replaced by another one. I can tell because mine had a blood stain on the side of it. I was too tired to care, so I plopped on the new mattress and immediately sank inside of it. Wow, thank you whoever gave this to me. I curled myself up with my blanket and fell asleep on this squishy bed. 

The next evening I sit on the mattress, watching as the rest of the boys are testing weapons and cleaning guns. This morning they told me that I would wait at the roof, for they aren’t letting me do something like this at such a young age, let alone die. I understand, but damn, I want some action too. James gave me a Glock 17 incase someone comes onto the roof. He didn’t load it so I didn't accidentally shoot something on accident. An R2 Suppressor is attached to reduce the noise of the gun. As the boys set off that night, I watch from the roof with a mini telescope and a device to listen to what they say. This is not going to end well for any of us. I zoomed in with the telescope and looked at the big thingy going on two blocks down. 

The man new he was in the right place. He’d been looking across universes for this place for years, only to find a counterpart of the boy in the last one, who escaped thanks to partner, Theo. He won’t be an issue, he died the next morning. “Everyone in position!” Samuel yelled. He didn’t want this bomb to go to waste. He had no idea if those kids would even come, they might hide in fear. Pray they come, or else this city will be in ashes in two days. When shots are fired through the air, and one of his bodyguards falls dead, he shouts order and hides in the bulletproof van. Grabbing his binoculars, Samuel looked around the area for the boy. He knew he was young, so there was no way they would send him into this. He must be watching. Then he’ll get his new pet to deal with him. For once, Theo’s crappy ideas come in handy, unless the data about Lucas Wright was wrong. This will be, entertaining. Everyone in one place, it’s perfect. He rushed to his car and let his pet loose, telling it to find the young, innocent, boy. He will have no idea what came from behind. 
    I looked over my shoulder at the bugatti. I would easily be able to climb in the trunk of that, but that man with black hair is right infront of it. I've always wondered why I was chosen to hang out with Marshall and the others. There are so many better people than me. I watched through the binoculars again when one of the black suit guys climbed up the ladder. I refuse to kill, so I pushed him off the ledge. I think i still killed him anyways. I heard the sounds of multiple guns shooting around my area, so I hid in a closed off space with no light to hide my face. I grabbed a box and ducked under it, my feet being the only things sticking out. A trash can banged above me. I didn't move. No one seemed to be coming up here. When I peeked out of the box, a giant anaconda was staring at me with big, blue beady eyes. It had scars ovr its entire body, and looked as if it were begging for me to stay. It looked hurt. It was blue, instead of green. I stepped passed it and kept walking. It followed me to the ladder. It couldn't speak like I could with other animals, or it's just not trying to. It could be the good guy. Better not get any ideas right now, though. I slide down the ladder and went into another alleyway to get closer to the bugatti. Damn, that car is good looking. I hopped over the fence and went to the front of the car. I lifted up the engine to reveal a trunk. Guess it runs on eletricity. I quietly closed the trunk and got to the ground. Suddenly, something grabbed my foot. It felt warm and smooth, but heavy and tight. It was the anaconda from before.
     It pulled me up the wall and onto the roof of the building overlooking the fight. We were hidden from the battle, but I didn't really like this. I had a bad feeling going in my mind. "Do you hear me?" The snake said. It never moved it's mouth. It was...mind reading? "I do. What do you um, want?" I said. The anaconda silently circled his tail around my body while we were talking. It passed my chest, and I snickered. Sadly, I am ticklish. "I need you to tag along with what's about to happen. The man who is looking for you believes you have some kind of power. Well, someone more...nice is looking for you too. I need you to go with us, and stay a minimum of three days, nothing more." The anaconda seemed right, it wasn't lying from the tone of its voice, or mind, or whatever. "What about my friends, what about the rest of them?" I said. By now I could nothing but my head in the sea of coils. "They will be fine. Infact, they already won." The anaconda looked over my head. "Wait, looks like one got taken hostage, guess you'll have some company." The anaconda said. I turned to look, but the coils tightened and made me look back at the snake. Don't make a sound. I heard that clearly. The coils around starting rubbing on a wound from yesterdays run. It felt good, I just sat there and watched while the coils started feeling more soft. When he stopped the wound was gone. "Any other tricks you have?" I said in my mind. The anaconda turned around looked at me. "Yes." His eyes lit the board behind me in a blue and white spirals. I felt myself groan as I easily grew more and more tired. I havn't really sleeped for an entire day. "Just don't fall asleep just yet." The anaconda said as it dragged me down to the bottom of the roof. I couldn't move, only sink into the squishy coils. It was pretty much useless trying to stay awake. I watched as some man threw us in the trunk in the front and started driving off to god knows where. "Ok, you can shut up and get some rest." The snake said while it plopped ontop of my back. I let sleep take over as I put my little mind to rest as the snake looked at me, probably wondering some sort of dramatic escape to pull of with a super elaborate plan. 

Born in 2007, Lucas always thought he had some sort of Destiny. He was never really known in his town, no one ever noticed him. He believed they were paid to, and maybe something would happen to him. He was right 'bout that.

Appearance:

Lucas is a ten year old, short little dude, that wears glasses and has black hair. He's white skin toned, and has green eyes. Lucas prefers a light blue shirt with khaki shorts and going around barefoot. Not surprised. Once Jonathan picked him up from some sorta company he stayed at, he gave him headphones (or earbuds whatever) and a mini phone that can only play music. the headphones help it make it feel like the song is everywhere.

Friends and stuff like that:

Lucas never had any friends. He likes having none. His only actual friends are Jonathan Myers and Kaa, a snake. He has no relationships, never really fell in love with anyone. He's ten, he gets a definite pass.

Weapons:

He acquired a SOUL of sleep, not surprising. He uses a staff with a red, ripped scarf around it. He has no idea where it's from, but Sans is always tense around it. It's an easy guess. He can't do much with his SOUL, but he can get people to fall asleep if he chooses to with a touch of a hand. No one but the skelebros can resist it. Cause they're sort of already dead. Yep.....

Hypnosis: This is easily something that has happened to Lucas too much, the count is now up to what? Five? I forgot. Anyway, for Lucas that's alot, he can't really handle it so much. He's also human, and not a very strong one. In terms, he now is slowly developing the Hypnosis Effect, capable of bringing him unable to even understand the meaning of his existence once it's fully in effect. Right now he's fine, he just sleeps in too much. Jonathan is starting to wonder. Once it starts, one of his eyes will stay hypnotised, for a very long time. When it comes to this, he still has control over himself, but he has a hard time saying no to things. He can easily be hypnotised with just the touch of a coil, nothing less. This can't be broken, only Resisted. To help make sure he doesn't get any further damage, the only possible way is through music. It brings his mind to focus on it instead, since it can easily block out any sounds and noises throughout the area. It also stops the hypnosis, he can't be hypnotised with the headphones (or earbuds) on. Only Kaa can break it. He's experienced enough. His eye will start only changing color, and having swirls that aren't filled in, still showing his white eyes. Not much to say besides that.

Dreams: Before he got the hypnosis effect (on accident), he had no dreams when he left earth. They were filled with nothing but nightmares, and he always woke up in blood. To him, he's ok with how the hypnosis effect is, because it stopped every nightmare he ever had. He's grateful for that.


>Entry Log being decoded, signing out__



   After I asked Theo if I could keep my new friend Kaa, he said yes, and I got to keep the snake that night. At 10:00pm, I walked into my room and got Kaa out of the basket. "Not much in here, but the floor is soft," I said. "You could hang somewhere on the wall, I don't know, you decide." Kaa said nothing, and went ahead and plopped on the floor in the corner. I went in the middle and sank into the comfy floor, and fell asleep as I was pulled to the bottom, unable to be seen by the human eye.

   When the boy fell asleep, Kaa slithered to the where the boy disappeared, carefully lifting him up towards his face. A cold breeze blew by, and the boy started to move around. Kaa still had no intention of eating him, and wrapped him up quietly in a squishy bed of coils. The boy smiled and sank into the soft coils. Then Kaa put the boy on a hammock made of coils, and slithered to the floor to fall asleep somewhere else. He honestly had no idea why he liked the boy. Maybe he should get him to do something stupid for him. Like dance, that would be fun.

   A window from outside shined in my eyes when I woke up the next morning. I started stretching, but realized I couldn't move a muscle. I opened my eyes and found myself laying on a hammock made of coils, while being wrapped up tightly and snug. The sun hit throw the window and made the coils become even more cozy. I felt myself starting to fall asleep again, so I moved myself towards the edge and looked for Kaa.  Wonder what Kaa was up to last night. I saw Kaa a couple of feet below me, half-asleep and looking at me from the floor. I laid down and sighed. What I didn't notice is that I was slowly being lifted above the coiled hammock as it disappeared into the floor below. Kaa had started to rip out a piece of the floor from a corner a never use, and he laid it out on a loop of coils. I fell asleep on the squishy coils, when I was jolted awake when the coils I was sleeping on dissapeared. I started falling towards the floor below, not knowing if the floor is thick enough to catch me. Then I landed on the floor, and was then swung back into the air, like it was a trampoline. Then I felt Kaa's tail quickly wrap around me, and my face was suddenly pressed against some part of the floor. The coils tightened, and I felt myself stuck in the part of the floor. I couldn't see what Kaa was doing to me, I could only hear him moving me somewhere else. When he stopped, I felt that we were still in the room, but where? When I was unwrapped, I saw that were on the roof, and I was holding on only by Kaa's tail. "What are doing, Kaa?" I asked, panic going through my body. I hated heights, and we were pretty high up. "Hm? Oh, I'm just playing with you, enjoying the possible things that might happen with me around." Kaa said. He laughed, and started to loosen his group on my arm. I looked at Kaa, pondering what he was doing. "Kaa, this isn't funny!" I said, raising my voice. "I must say, this will be fun, you can trusssst me," Kaa said. "It will all be ok if you can trussst that I won't hurt you. Kaa began to swirl his eyes. Around and around they went. I felt my body loose it's grip on Kaa's coil the more I gave in into the hypnosis. I was about to slip. I couldn't stay awake, and I felt my eyes start drooping as I lost my grip on Kaa's coil, and started falling back to the bottom. Then Kaa made a coaster of coils, and I went up and down, up and down. It was like he was the coaster, and I was the cart. Then he made a loop and I was pulled up onto my two feet. Kaa gestured me to follow him, and I did without starting an argument. We went over towards the center, and he poked me on the forehead. Since I was hypnotised, I barely had control over my body, so I started falling to the squishy floor. As I sank deeper into the floor, Kaa lifted my head up, and then waited as a noise shook the building, and footsteps were coming this way.I groaned, and checked the clock. 7:00am.  That means this wasn't Theo coming towards us. When someone opened the door, Jonathan was standing against it, looking like he just went to war. He immediately plopped onto the cozy bed, when Kaa grab him by a coil. "Hurry up, I don't want the boy remembering thisss." Kaa hissed. "Will he remember this?" Jonathan asked. "Probably not, he'sss in a very deep hypnosissss, it might take a full day to break it if there's no interuptionsssss." Kaa answered. Jonathan pulled out a syringe, with some essence in it, and put it in a vein near my heart. I tried rolling over, but my body refused, still too deep in the hypnosis to only care about the coils wrapping around my body to keep me still. Jonathan put it in my chest, and I started feeling something changing in my heart. "That should jumpstart his SOUL, r at least make him have one when I come back." Jonathan said. He rubbed my hair, and then left with the empty syringe, and disappeared. Then Kaa looked back to me, and hummed a tune while he let go of me and let the floor snatch me to the bottom. I fell asleep again while I was sinking in, unable to remember what had just happened. Just sleep, there is no point in resisting.

   When I woke up I was in the floor, wrapped up in the squishy substance. I struggled to get out, and stood up. My glasses were gone, and my memories were very fuzzy. I Couldn't remember anything that had happened. My arm just hurt. It was 7:44am, and the clock said it was August 28. I slept in for an entire day?! Maybe it was the hypnosis from when I was with Kaa in the jungle. I grabbed my glasses and walked across the room and found the door swung open, and a change of clothes on the bed. I grabbed them and started to change. When I got to breakfast, Theo was already there with someone wearing a mask over their face. He looked 2 years older than me, maybe less. He wore a striped hoodie with a star on it, and had matching headphones on the counter. Kaa as also there, hanging from some lights on the ceiling. "Good Morning Lucas." Theo said. "Can someone explain to me why the hell I slept in an entire day?!" I shout. At first no one moved. Only Kaa slithered closer, like he was making some sorta move. "I can explain, I was the one who told Kaa to hypnotise you in the first place." The stranger said. He pulled off his mask to reveal Jonathan Myers, the same as always. "Wait, what?" I said. I paused. "How did you get here, how did you-" I stopped talking. I wanted answers. I knew he was alive, but just coming in here and not even saying hi to me, much less putting some chemical in my arm? I ran over and grabbed him by the arm. "Why did you never say anything. Why did you inject something into my arm, why, why..." I yelled. I was losing control over myself. I punched him in the face and stepped back. "WHY!" I yelled again. Jonathan nodded to someone behind me. I turned around and saw Kaa throw a ginormous loop of coils on me. I was quickly covered in coils, unable to see the light. Then it slowly entangled me, tight but still comfy. I stopped resisting, and gave in to the coils. Then my head popped out of the coils, and I rested my head against the squishy coils. I groaned. "There, now calm down. I'll answer your questions when we get to my place. Kaa will have to stay in his own universe, though. You might have to find a new friend." I didn't care at the moment. I was with Kaa, for now, and that's all I cared about. "You should leave soon, this place shuts down for good tomorrow." Theo said. I felt myself want to fall asleep, but I stayed awake to listen. "I'll leave tonight, I think Lucas should have some more time." Jonathan said. Kaa moved his tail over and grabbed Jonathan by the arm. Jonathan came over and sat in a bed of coils, and pulled them over his lap. Kaa pulled him upright and slide him into a bunch squishy coils, and slithered over to the middle of where we are. Then he fell asleep. "Jonathan said he didn't sleep for an entire day just to get here," Theo said. "I believe sleep is the best for him." I decided to stay awake, even though it was hard to resist, especially with the heat in the room making the warmth of the coils increase. I rested my head and thought about where we were heading. I stared at the ceiling, and felt myself fall asleep. I had so many questions, but now is not the time.

   When I woke up, Jonathan was awake, still with Kaa. His hands were free so he could use his computer, typing a message to I have no idea. "John, can I ask you some things?" I weakly said. I was still half asleep, but I was awake, at least. "Sure, seems like this is a better time. Might as well answer all of your questions. It's for the best. Just, get comfy and listen." Jonathan said. Kaa slithered by and moved me closer to Jonathan so I could hear better. Then he bumped me into John with both of our loops of coils. He laughed. "Kaa, this isn't funny. Were don't love each other, we're friends." I said. "Then be friendssss, thissss isss your only free time together for quite ssssome time." Kaa said. Kaa slithered away, leaving us unable to move as the coils quietly tightened. "Sooo, can you start your story? I mean, Kaa can find things amusing that I don't" I said. When Kaa heard this, the coils stopped tightening, and I sank into the coils. "Sure, um, so, it all started about 2 weeks ago when I met Kaa. I'm sure you've already heard that part, though. Then the scientist of our place tried to put some of my SOUL essence with a another... friend of mine, into me. It worked, but both of our health was reduced to half of what it normally is. We are more vulnerable now. I then started to come here after last night, and it took absolutely forever. I ended being weak from the experiment, so I wasn't able to get here as... fast. That's why I was so tired, not much to really know besides that, though. Theo helped me in, though. No one was around. As for Kaa, he hypnotised you on purpose, it was my fault. I hope ya understand that. And, that's pretty much it. So, we need to leave soon. Say your goodbyes. I know it's been short but-" Once Jonathan finished, he looked around for Kaa, and spotted him watching from around the counter. "Can you let us go now?" Jonathan asked. "Fine man-cubsss." Kaa said. He pulled us closer, ignoring what we said, and then twirled us around and instantly slammed us on the ground, free of coils. "Ow, that's not the most friendly help, Kaa." I said. He laughed. "I guess I'll ssse you ssson, cub." Kaa says to me. "I'll honestly miss you." I say. "You too, I guessss. Being lonely isssn't my favorite thing." Kaa said. I watched him slither away, back to his jungle, while I waited for Jonathan to grab his things together. I honestly will miss having a good sleep, I've never really been able to sleep well. When Jonathan came back, Theo went to grab his stuff from his office. I looked back at my room, and noticed where Kaa had ripped some of the floor off. There was a small button, made out of plastic, on the side of the floor. It looked like it couldn't work, I mean, it looks like it can't do anything. It's just plastic. Then again, it might be something cool, so I touched it anyways. I red light flickered on, then disappeared. That was disappointing... As I walked across towards the middle, I noticed the floor beginning to move toward the center. It was becoming smaller. I tried to get out, but then it all instantly came together, pulling me in with it. I struggle to get out, but it was no use. I heard Jonathan come in and pull me out, throwing us against the wall. When I looked up, the floor was gone, and there was a backpack in the middle. I grabbed it, and walked out of the room. At Least I'll get to take this with me. Jonathan looked around, then grabbed me by the arm. "Does that needle still hurt?" Jonathan asked. "No, but my heart feels like it's dying." I answered. Jonathan pulled out what looked like a metal bracelet, and then he started thinking about... something. Then we turned completely white, and vanished into nothing. I woke up lying on a couch. "Lucas, don't move, you're not in any condition." Jonathan said. I didn't, nor did I ask why.Enough things have happend to convince me that something crazy is going on. Then a remembered the backpack, and I grabbed from the side of the couch. I found the button inside of it. I pressed it again, and his time it copied the layout of the couch and covered it. Then I hopped back onto the same squishy foam, having so many questions. For now, I'd rather wait a bit, maybe look around town. I don't know. Just relax and be still. I sunk into the couch, washing away my questions and worries, and just laid there, eyes open. I heard someone walk in, but the footsteps were muffled. I didn't care, I just got here, after all.


   After I asked Theo if I could keep my new friend Kaa, he said yes, and I got to keep the snake that night. At 10:00pm, I walked into my room and got Kaa out of the basket. "Not much in here, but the floor is soft," I said. "You could hang somewhere on the wall, I don't know, you decide." Kaa said nothing, and went ahead and plopped on the floor in the corner. I went in the middle and sank into the comfy floor, and fell asleep as I was pulled to the bottom, unable to be seen by the human eye.

   When the boy fell asleep, Kaa slithered to the where the boy disappeared, carefully lifting him up towards his face. A cold breeze blew by, and the boy started to move around. Kaa still had no intention of eating him, and wrapped him up quietly in a squishy bed of coils. The boy smiled and sank into the soft coils. Then Kaa put the boy on a hammock made of coils, and slithered to the floor to fall asleep somewhere else. He honestly had no idea why he liked the boy. Maybe he should get him to do something stupid for him. Like dance, that would be fun.

   A window from outside shined in my eyes when I woke up the next morning. I started stretching, but realized I couldn't move a muscle. I opened my eyes and found myself laying on a hammock made of coils, while being wrapped up tightly and snug. The sun hit throw the window and made the coils become even more cozy. I felt myself starting to fall asleep again, so I moved myself towards the edge and looked for Kaa.  Wonder what Kaa was up to last night. I saw Kaa a couple of feet below me, half-asleep and looking at me from the floor. I laid down and sighed. What I didn't notice is that I was slowly being lifted above the coiled hammock as it disappeared into the floor below. Kaa had started to rip out a piece of the floor from a corner a never use, and he laid it out on a loop of coils. I fell asleep on the squishy coils, when I was jolted awake when the coils I was sleeping on dissapeared. I started falling towards the floor below, not knowing if the floor is thick enough to catch me. Then I landed on the floor, and was then swung back into the air, like it was a trampoline. Then I felt Kaa's tail quickly wrap around me, and my face was suddenly pressed against some part of the floor. The coils tightened, and I felt myself stuck in the part of the floor. I couldn't see what Kaa was doing to me, I could only hear him moving me somewhere else. When he stopped, I felt that we were still in the room, but where? When I was unwrapped, I saw that were on the roof, and I was holding on only by Kaa's tail. "What are doing, Kaa?" I asked, panic going through my body. I hated heights, and we were pretty high up. "Hm? Oh, I'm just playing with you, enjoying the possible things that might happen with me around." Kaa said. He laughed, and started to loosen his group on my arm. I looked at Kaa, pondering what he was doing. "Kaa, this isn't funny!" I said, raising my voice. "I must say, this will be fun, you can trusssst me," Kaa said. "It will all be ok if you can trussst that I won't hurt you. Kaa began to swirl his eyes. Around and around they went. I felt my body loose it's grip on Kaa's coil the more I gave in into the hypnosis. I was about to slip. I couldn't stay awake, and I felt my eyes start drooping as I lost my grip on Kaa's coil, and started falling back to the bottom. Then Kaa made a coaster of coils, and I went up and down, up and down. It was like he was the coaster, and I was the cart. Then he made a loop and I was pulled up onto my two feet. Kaa gestured me to follow him, and I did without starting an argument. We went over towards the center, and he poked me on the forehead. Since I was hypnotised, I barely had control over my body, so I started falling to the squishy floor. As I sank deeper into the floor, Kaa lifted my head up, and then waited as a noise shook the building, and footsteps were coming this way.I groaned, and checked the clock. 7:00am.  That means this wasn't Theo coming towards us. When someone opened the door, Jonathan was standing against it, looking like he just went to war. He immediately plopped onto the cozy bed, when Kaa grab him by a coil. "Hurry up, I don't want the boy remembering thisss." Kaa hissed. "Will he remember this?" Jonathan asked. "Probably not, he'sss in a very deep hypnosissss, it might take a full day to break it if there's no interuptionsssss." Kaa answered. Jonathan pulled out a syringe, with some essence in it, and put it in a vein near my heart. I tried rolling over, but my body refused, still too deep in the hypnosis to only care about the coils wrapping around my body to keep me still. Jonathan put it in my chest, and I started feeling something changing in my heart. "That should jumpstart his SOUL, r at least make him have one when I come back." Jonathan said. He rubbed my hair, and then left with the empty syringe, and disappeared. Then Kaa looked back to me, and hummed a tune while he let go of me and let the floor snatch me to the bottom. I fell asleep again while I was sinking in, unable to remember what had just happened. Just sleep, there is no point in resisting.

   When I woke up I was in the floor, wrapped up in the squishy substance. I struggled to get out, and stood up. My glasses were gone, and my memories were very fuzzy. I Couldn't remember anything that had happened. My arm just hurt. It was 7:44am, and the clock said it was August 28. I slept in for an entire day?! Maybe it was the hypnosis from when I was with Kaa in the jungle. I grabbed my glasses and walked across the room and found the door swung open, and a change of clothes on the bed. I grabbed them and started to change. When I got to breakfast, Theo was already there with someone wearing a mask over their face. He looked 2 years older than me, maybe less. He wore a striped hoodie with a star on it, and had matching headphones on the counter. Kaa as also there, hanging from some lights on the ceiling. "Good Morning Lucas." Theo said. "Can someone explain to me why the hell I slept in an entire day?!" I shout. At first no one moved. Only Kaa slithered closer, like he was making some sorta move. "I can explain, I was the one who told Kaa to hypnotise you in the first place." The stranger said. He pulled off his mask to reveal Jonathan Myers, the same as always. "Wait, what?" I said. I paused. "How did you get here, how did you-" I stopped talking. I wanted answers. I knew he was alive, but just coming in here and not even saying hi to me, much less putting some chemical in my arm? I ran over and grabbed him by the arm. "Why did you never say anything. Why did you inject something into my arm, why, why..." I yelled. I was losing control over myself. I punched him in the face and stepped back. "WHY!" I yelled again. Jonathan nodded to someone behind me. I turned around and saw Kaa throw a ginormous loop of coils on me. I was quickly covered in coils, unable to see the light. Then it slowly entangled me, tight but still comfy. I stopped resisting, and gave in to the coils. Then my head popped out of the coils, and I rested my head against the squishy coils. I groaned. "There, now calm down. I'll answer your questions when we get to my place. Kaa will have to stay in his own universe, though. You might have to find a new friend." I didn't care at the moment. I was with Kaa, for now, and that's all I cared about. "You should leave soon, this place shuts down for good tomorrow." Theo said. I felt myself want to fall asleep, but I stayed awake to listen. "I'll leave tonight, I think Lucas should have some more time." Jonathan said. Kaa moved his tail over and grabbed Jonathan by the arm. Jonathan came over and sat in a bed of coils, and pulled them over his lap. Kaa pulled him upright and slide him into a bunch squishy coils, and slithered over to the middle of where we are. Then he fell asleep. "Jonathan said he didn't sleep for an entire day just to get here," Theo said. "I believe sleep is the best for him." I decided to stay awake, even though it was hard to resist, especially with the heat in the room making the warmth of the coils increase. I rested my head and thought about where we were heading. I stared at the ceiling, and felt myself fall asleep. I had so many questions, but now is not the time.

   When I woke up, Jonathan was awake, still with Kaa. His hands were free so he could use his computer, typing a message to I have no idea. "John, can I ask you some things?" I weakly said. I was still half asleep, but I was awake, at least. "Sure, seems like this is a better time. Might as well answer all of your questions. It's for the best. Just, get comfy and listen." Jonathan said. Kaa slithered by and moved me closer to Jonathan so I could hear better. Then he bumped me into John with both of our loops of coils. He laughed. "Kaa, this isn't funny. Were don't love each other, we're friends." I said. "Then be friendssss, thissss isss your only free time together for quite ssssome time." Kaa said. Kaa slithered away, leaving us unable to move as the coils quietly tightened. "Sooo, can you start your story? I mean, Kaa can find things amusing that I don't" I said. When Kaa heard this, the coils stopped tightening, and I sank into the coils. "Sure, um, so, it all started about 2 weeks ago when I met Kaa. I'm sure you've already heard that part, though. Then the scientist of our place tried to put some of my SOUL essence with a another... friend of mine, into me. It worked, but both of our health was reduced to half of what it normally is. We are more vulnerable now. I then started to come here after last night, and it took absolutely forever. I ended being weak from the experiment, so I wasn't able to get here as... fast. That's why I was so tired, not much to really know besides that, though. Theo helped me in, though. No one was around. As for Kaa, he hypnotised you on purpose, it was my fault. I hope ya understand that. And, that's pretty much it. So, we need to leave soon. Say your goodbyes. I know it's been short but-" Once Jonathan finished, he looked around for Kaa, and spotted him watching from around the counter. "Can you let us go now?" Jonathan asked. "Fine man-cubsss." Kaa said. He pulled us closer, ignoring what we said, and then twirled us around and instantly slammed us on the ground, free of coils. "Ow, that's not the most friendly help, Kaa." I said. He laughed. "I guess I'll ssse you ssson, cub." Kaa says to me. "I'll honestly miss you." I say. "You too, I guessss. Being lonely isssn't my favorite thing." Kaa said. I watched him slither away, back to his jungle, while I waited for Jonathan to grab his things together. I honestly will miss having a good sleep, I've never really been able to sleep well. When Jonathan came back, Theo went to grab his stuff from his office. I looked back at my room, and noticed where Kaa had ripped some of the floor off. There was a small button, made out of plastic, on the side of the floor. It looked like it couldn't work, I mean, it looks like it can't do anything. It's just plastic. Then again, it might be something cool, so I touched it anyways. I red light flickered on, then disappeared. That was disappointing... As I walked across towards the middle, I noticed the floor beginning to move toward the center. It was becoming smaller. I tried to get out, but then it all instantly came together, pulling me in with it. I struggle to get out, but it was no use. I heard Jonathan come in and pull me out, throwing us against the wall. When I looked up, the floor was gone, and there was a backpack in the middle. I grabbed it, and walked out of the room. At Least I'll get to take this with me. Jonathan looked around, then grabbed me by the arm. "Does that needle still hurt?" Jonathan asked. "No, but my heart feels like it's dying." I answered. Jonathan pulled out what looked like a metal bracelet, and then he started thinking about... something. Then we turned completely white, and vanished into nothing. I woke up lying on a couch. "Lucas, don't move, you're not in any condition." Jonathan said. I didn't, nor did I ask why.Enough things have happend to convince me that something crazy is going on. Then a remembered the backpack, and I grabbed from the side of the couch. I found the button inside of it. I pressed it again, and his time it copied the layout of the couch and covered it. Then I hopped back onto the same squishy foam, having so many questions. For now, I'd rather wait a bit, maybe look around town. I don't know. Just relax and be still. I sunk into the couch, washing away my questions and worries, and just laid there, eyes open. I heard someone walk in, but the footsteps were muffled. I didn't care, I just got here, after all.


So, I'm planning to make a team of either 3 or 4 people, but I need to figure out what to post this to. It's consisted of 2 humans, 1 Naga, and 1 Sans. I don't know which AU yet, might be Outertale. So, it's going to be complicated, because some groups are "must this be ______ and ____" and others are "I'm ok with that, as long as it has _____". So, tell me if it's ok or not..... Yeah.......

   Someone help me......
      I woke up the next day sprawled out on the soft floor, with my head being the only thing above the floor. The rest must've sunk to the bottom. I reached for my glasses on the bed, put them on, and found that there was breakfast on a table nearby. Huh, that's odd, usually Theo is at the door. This is my third day at this place called Hypno Labs. It's a "shutdown place" that is at the edge of my town. I guess I was kidnapped here, but the guy here is nice and the place is amazing. So, I don't complain. I decided to stay in the floor for a bit longer, and I let the soft floor sink me to the bottom, and I wrapped myself up. After staring at the ceiling for five minutes, I got up and read the note attached to the tray with the breakfast. It said:
     Dear Lucas Wright,
      Incase you are confused, I have to go to a meeting today to deal with the official closing of this building. Samuel, my partner, will be coming back today at 5pm to go to this meeting. I won't be back until midnight. Enjoy the breakfast, and I unlocked the door to the biome area incase you get bored. It was a re-creation of my favorite biome, minus a sun and sky, of course.                                                                                                   -Theo 
       I started eating the pancakes after I finished the note, wondering what was inside this new area I havn't seen yet. When I finished, I put on a new shirt, this time the picture of a red heart, and walked out the door. It took about 30 seconds before I came across the biome door. The camera was disabled, and the door was cracked. I decided to wait until lunch to check it out, and went into Theo's office to see what junk he had in there. There was a folder, one with no name, date, or anything on it, with another note inside. What is today, National Reading Day? I don't want to read anything right now, I want to enjoy no school. The note was sealed in a plastic wrap, saying: To Lucas Wright across the top. A letter, for me? I've never gotten one that's from out of my town. I opened the plastic case, and read the letter. It said: 
       Dear Lucas, My Buddy
      Hello Lucas. It's me, Jonathan Myers, your friend from a couple of months ago. I know you have a lot of questions, but when I come get you I'll tell you everything. For now, let's just say, I'm not on Earth. I'm somewhere else, somewhere far away, but connected. I can do stuff a normal human can't do, and I've met friends that can't exsist in real life. I'm coming to get you in two days, so be ready. For now, enjoy wherever you are, and make the most of it.  -Your Buddy, Jonathan Myers
"Jonathan, he is alive! I knew it!" I shouted. I ran out of the room, jumping with joy, and came to a stop when I ran out of breath. The only part I don't get is, why did he say he was not on Earth? Maybe he's in another galaxy out there, picked up by aliens. Or maybe he's in a videogame, and video games exsist in the universe now, which is a dumb idea but amazing if it was true. I walked back to my room to think for a moment, and decided to go ahead and go into the biome room. I took off my shoes because I wanted to, and opened the door into the biome room. Man, this is going to be so cool! 
            At first I was blinded with light, but then I was amazed at the sight of a jungle. Like, a real one, that's inside the laboratory. I wonder how long this took him. It was beautiful. There were no cars, no houses, just a wide, open jungle, ready to be explored. I walked along the river, but I stayed out of the water. I never learned how to swim. There were some animals, but not a lot. It is lunch, and maybe most things were are prey. None attacked me, so I just kept walking. As I approached the edge of a cliff, I wondered how anyone could possibly make this inside a lab. Maybe they invented an invisible portal gun at the door, and it leads to here. That's my guess, because I did see the sun and the sky high above me. I started getting hungry, it was approaching dinner time. I spotted a basket of apples on a tree branch nearby, but it was high up. I decided to try and grab the basket anyway, because it will be the only meal I get here. I had never climbed before, so I had to jump up and grab the lowest branch. I was short, so this would be difficult. I decided to try and jump from a nearby tree trunk, but it was right above the edge of the cliff. So, if a I slip, I fall and die. That's a reassuring thought. Atleast I'll get something to eat. 
          On a nearby tree, the boy didn't notice a giant Python watching the entire thing unfold. "Isss thisss the child John talked about?" Kaa hissed. "Sssso he wasss right, after all. Now I jussst need to wait for the right time to reveal myssself." Kaa slithered down to the tree with the basket of apples, and waited. "Thisss is either going to work, or that boy will fall and will make my job a lot harder." 
          I started walking across the log to where I would jump, and looked down. At the bottom, there was jagged rocks and a lake, but mostly jagged rocks. I have to do this. I don't want to walk all the way back just to eat. I took a few steps back, and ran to the middle of the tree trunk. I jumped up, and grabbed the low branch with one hand. I tried to get my other hand up, but it was too sharp to put my other arm on it. I was losing grip, fast. I reached for a soft spot with my arm, but found nothing to easily hold onto. I only held on by the tip of my fingers. I panicked, I didn't know what to do. I have to risk it. I pushed up, and reached for the next spot with both hands. I missed by an inch, and started falling. I couldn't grab anything, or do anything, all I could do was wait for death. Suddenly, something grabbed my leg. I couldn't tell what, but it was smooth and strong. I closed my eyes breathed a sigh of relief. Maybe a loose vine? I don't know. I just kept my eyes closed. Then whatever was holding me let go, and I fell into a bed of what felt like more vines, or maybe a hammock. Hammocks don't just appear out of thin air. Maybe I should look around to see what's going on. I looked around, and saw that I was lying in a bed of coils. I was rolled onto the tree with the apples, and I turned around to see a python staring at me. "Hello there man-cub, sssso glad I caught you at the lassst sssecond." The python said. "You can talk? That's pretty cool," I said, rubbing my arm. "Thanks for saving me, I guess." The python looked up to the sky, looking at the setting sun over the mountains. "Ssssay, it'ssss getting late, do you need a placce to sssstay?" The python asked. "Yeah, umm, do you have a name?" I asked. "I'm called Kaa," Kaa answered. "What'ssss yourssss?" "My name is Lucas Wright, and I'm ten years old." I answered. I looked around the area. "Could I stay here for the night?" I asked. "Ssssure, I have ssssomething to tell you anywayssss." Kaa said. "You do?" I said. "Yesss, but firssst you ssshould get comfy ssso you can lisssten better." Kaa said. Now that is a bit suspicious, but I don't know that. I'm still too young to know these things. I just watched as I was lifted into the air with Kaa's tails, and started sliding down an endless loop of coils. I smiled. I was enjoying myself. I ended up being wrapped up and pulled back up to the tree. I didn't move, because I didn't want to. "Comfy?" Kaa said when I got back to the tree. "Yes, and now I want to hear your story." I said. The coils were tight, but soft and squishy. I sank into a bigger pile and listened. 
           "Where to begin? Ah, yesss, a couple of dayssss ago a boy named Jonathan came back to thissss jungle after hisss firssst visssit to talk to me. He sssaid it wasss about a boy, who isss you, that would be kidnapped and posssibly tortured. Seemsss like he wasss wrong, becaussse here you are, sssafe and unharmed. He told me to look after you, and join you when you have to essscape. I promisssed not to eat you, becaussse he sssaid there isss something called bacon that isss better than human. I believed him, ssso I hope he isss right. After that he left, and sent me to a nearby forest where the building you were in is, and that white coat man-cub put me back here. Ssso, here we are." When Kaa finished, I was half asleep, but still awake. I could just fall asleep right now, but I want to talk a little bit longer. "So, anything else?" I asked. I did a big yawned, and rubbed my eyes. "Wanna do a game?" Kaa asked. "Sure, what about a staring contest, I'm good at them." I said. "But sssnakes never blink." Kaa said. "You eventually will." I said. A few seconds later, I was staring at Kaa, my eyes starting to get filled with water. Then, Kaa started forming circles and spirals in his eyes, and I felt my body grow even more tired. "I believe you need to sssleep, it'sss getting late." Kaa said. My eyes started matching his, and I slouched into a bed of coils, wrapped up and too tired to care. I groaned, and felt myself be lifted into the air again, and slid down into a gianormous pile of coils. How big is this snake?  I was swung from on side to the other, and felt myself yawn again. "Goodnight, man-cub." Kaa said, sitting on a branch above me. I was wrapped up again, and I sank into the soft coils, falling asleep without a single complain. 
            When I woke up the next day, the sun had risen up above the mountains, and the warmth of the coils was greatly increased. Kaa was awake, eating what looked like a pack of bacon. I didn't care, I just sat there and tugged more coils on my back. "Morning, Kaa." I said. "Did you sssleep well?" Kaa asked. "It was the best sleep I've ever had," I answered. "I wish I could stay longer. Maybe I can get Theo to bring you back to where I'm staying." Kaa thought about this for a moment, then decided over the sound of me eating his last bacon piece. "I'll come with you, it would be nice to have sssomeone to be with." Kaa said. "Ok then!" I said. I grabbed the apple basket and fit Kaa inside it, then I started heading back to the door, ready for when Jonathan arrives, and for having a new roommate, that's a talking snake. This just keeps on getting more and more interesting! 

             Dreams     4/30/17

Everyone, even you, has

BIG DREAMS.

We start in the darkness

and go to the light.

At the light, we either

go to the cheerful dreams,

or to the nightmares.

Nightmares are made

by the fear in our minds.

We despise them,

hate them,

and would avoid them

at all costs.

Merry dreams, so

sweet and so

happy, are from everything

positive in our lives.

Yes, I guess they’re sometimes…..

odd, but happiness make us

feel good when

the sun peeks at us

through the window.


Dreams are all

as big as the Fury,

because it’s our imagination

That forms what happens

in the dreams.

They are painful

when you get hurt,

but you’ll never die.

I have felt these things,

and the pain feels real.


I also know

that dreams aren’t as common

for me.

Some days I will swim

in the pit of darkness,

looking for dreams to have.

If there is nothing,

then I drown

in the sea of darkness,

and wake up.

Sometimes we wake up

with sweat somewhere

on our body

after a nightmare.

Who knows why?

Maybe it’s because we’re

Scared.


As still as a frozen lake,

or as annoying as tangled headphones,

can both tell us

how you sleep when dreaming.

I’m on the annoying side

for kicking everything,

and everyone,

off the bed.

Have you ever wanted

to test,

to experiment,

to try,

to see if you can control

your own dream?

I have not tried yet,

but I bet there’s a way

We can control our dreams.

If we truly can do so,

we could be villains,

or we could be heroes of our dreams.

The choice is up to you,

so do the right choice.










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Before I start this story I would like to say that it is a short story about an argument before the events of:

Lucas' Journal #1 - The Most Comfy Place on Earth, and that you should read it first, because I recommend it. Now then on to the story. Plus, if you haven't noticed yet if you HAVE read it, Theo is more, nice, than he probably should be........ I wonder why he nicer than his partner might be........                                              (Once again this is a prequel)

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 Dear Personal Journal,

Something is wrong with my partner, Samuel. Yesterday he seemed perfectly fine and ok with the plan I wanted to do for that poor 10-year-old we need to kidnap, but now he seems bent on almost killing the kid, or torturing him. It's as if he's... possessed, which is impossible. If he somehow really is, then who would want to hurt an innocent child? Maybe a being from another world we don't know about. I have to make sure he doesn't come to the Laboratory for the next 5 days, but how? I might just say we're closing for a summer vacation, and then secretly get into the building at night. I guess I'll do what I want then, hmmmm, what does the kid like? Ok, I'll check his profile. Likes: Snakes, Reading, and Super Comfy Things/Objects. The last one is perfect, I already got that set up from when Samuel got too drunk and designed it. Luckily he never threw up, until he left that day. I hope this kid, Lucas, will enjoy his time. Now all that's left is to pray that Samuel never finds out, unless he's himself again.

-Theo, Current Leader of Hypno Labsˆï


 "When did this happen?" Samuel was saying to Theo at the lab.

It happened just yesterday when you left early, our boss let us have a week of vacation, but he did a private meeting for only the leaders of the company, which is me, you, and someone else. Since that means no one will be here, we're closing the place for the next 6 days incase someone breaks in, because without the security guard were defenseless." Theo replied.

"Huh, I guess you have a good point, T."

"Yeah, um, are you ok? You've been acting really strange recently?" Theo asked. For a moment, all Samuel did was stand there, and look as if someone was whispering to him. Then I saw it, the faintest writing ever was forming around his face. I was able to only get three strands of symbols that looked like words. It was: 😐✋☹☹ ❄☟☜ 👌⚐✡. I felt the letters then arrange into english, so then it said, "KILL THE CHILD." What was that language, I had never seen anything like it.

"No, I'm fine, I guess I'm just got drunk again, and your plan still does involve helping the boy. I'm not criticising you or anything, I just want you to know that." After Samuel finished, I saw his eye change from bloodshot back to normal. "But, then again, I apologize for what I said earlier about the kid and killing him. If we get the python out in the forest captured too, you could give him exactly what he wants, and then make him defenseless and helpless." Samuel said. I think he regained some consciousness at the end of that sentence, because that's what the normal Samuel would do. Then it looked like his eye turned bloodshot again, and he became more serious.

"I'm glad you could agree, friend," I said. "Now then, I'll start shutting down the place, and I'll let you out early. Without our boss here, I guess I get to do all the work."

"Glad you could do that for me, but I'm still concerned 'about the plan. I'll send you information on what to do tonight."

"Yeah, sure."

"...."

"....."

"Wait, Sam, can't I at least give the kid some time, he'll be scared to death if just throw him in a dark room and do god knows what to him. I know you only want that snake to make him feel ok, because it will just knock him out and eat him!"

"Yep, you got me." Sam said. I guess he really didn't go to normal for a second.

"Why do you want this certain child dead so badly?!" I shouted. It echoed off the walls, making the place feel more lonely than it already is.

"I have my reasons, now please, if you excuse me, I have a meeting to attend to at the bar downtown." As Samuel started walking away, I grabbed him by the arm.

"Look, Samuel, something's wrong with you, so don't go running around and getting headaches without checking yourself out. Plus, you'll be free tomorrow, the place will be closed."

"Yeah, you're right. Now can I go?"

"Yes, you can go."

"Bye, then." I said.

"Night, Theo." Sam said.

  Once Sam left, I quickly raced down the hall to where Lucas would originally be put, and locked the door shut. I went over to my personal areas, and made sure everything was ready for what I wanted Lucas for. One, simple test. Hypnosis tests. It will make him weaker to the effects and to soft objects afterward, but I bet he won't find out in an instant. Then, after some calculations, I'll let the kid decide if he wants to leave. I already know that no one even knows who he is, besides his best friend, George. His parents are gone, and everyone in the town for gets who he is at night. We pay them 10 Million Dollars a year. Only George actually notices his existence besides from day-to-day normal life. If he comes searching for him here, I'll have to erase his knowledge of him from George, or let him be roommates with Lucas. I proceeded to shut down the entire place, all except my personal areas, which have no windows to see that there is light turned on in the building. Tomorrow will be a big day. When I got to my house, I checked the computer to see that Samuel did send me a letter. It said:

The second test (not the snake) will be the syringe I'll be sending you with a dose a some medicine in it. Use it when you get close to the boy, you only have one chance.

-Samuel, Vice President of Hypno Labs

Well, that wasn't much of a letter. Guess I'll at least do that part. I'm still doing it my way, because there is no reason in this entire universe that someone would kill a child for no reason, and then act like it's ok. I guess this is going to turn into a good scientist, bad scientist thing again. Guess I'm the good guy. Just remember, you need to make sure Samuel does not take one step into this building. I changed out of my lab clothes and into more casual clothing, and then watched some TV before falling asleep on the couch. Guess I won't be able to do the shot of whiskey I wanted to do tonight.


Greetings Theo,

   Today I think I found our perfect candidate for the tests we have at our private/secret company, Hypno Labs. You can already tell by the name what most of the tests are, but from lack of time we only are able to run two tests, not five. Before you go telling our boss that this is unsafe, I assure you that it is perfectly fine. It's just, how should I put it, more relaxing. The test subject's name is Lucas Wright, a 10-year-old boy who some like to call "The Snake Whisperer" because he's able to "talk" to snakes. It's true, and it's on that website called Youtube. Luckily, our boss was able to pay News at Six 100 Million Dollars before they were going to put this on the news. Like I said before, we won't torture him, unless it's absolutely necessary. The main test, well, we found this huge python, bigger than the normal size of a regular adult python, and it knows how to use efficient hypnosis. It actually ended up in the forest nearby, which is uncommon for snakes like that. Anyways, the other test will be the syringe I'll be sending you with a dose a some medicine in it. Use it when you get close to the boy, you only have one chance. 

-Samuel, Vice President of Hypno Labs


    I ran down the streets of my town, Abington, backpack slumped on my shoulder, trying to make the bell. "Lucas, hurry up! Bell is in 2 minutes, tops." My friend George said at the door to my school. "I'm trying, but you know my 10-year-old body isn't that fast!" I yelled. I reached the door as soon as the bell rung, and breathed a heavy sigh of relief. I speed walked into my homeroom, put my backpack against the wall, and plopped into the nearest chair. "Oh, Lucas. You should be glad we haven't started class just yet." The science teacher said. I pushed my glasses up my nose, I have a habit doing that. "I'm sorry I'm a bit late, the line was longer than usual where I normally get breakfast." I said. I ruffled my black hair a bit, making me more innocent than I already am. The teacher nodded and told us to change to page 137 in our books. "Today, we will be learning more about unique topics chosen by the students of seventh grade. The next one is, oh interesting, hypnosis." The science teacher turned the projector on as she finished the sentence. George leaned next to me, whispering to my ear,"This will be so fun! I heard it could actually be a fun experience if this ever happens to you." I nodded, smiling at the thought of what he just said. Fun experience, huh. I turned back to hear what the teacher was saying. "...Now then, hypnosis the induction of a state of consciousness in which a person apparently loses the power of voluntary action and is highly responsive to suggestion or direction. A more simple definition is that it can be used to manipulate the victim into whatever the captive wants, or lull someone into a deep sleep. So far, there has never really been any reports of it happening in our area, but it might, just might, finally be on the news one day." I might go see if that rattlesnake is in our yard still after class and see what he says about this. Maybe snakes can also do this. Besides the HUGE fact that I would die, it would be my dream. The teacher told us she would give us 10 minutes to think about this, or to tell a friend if they would do it or not. I just dazed off. If only Jonathan were still here. I could tell him all about this. It's been two and a half months since my best friend, Jonathan Myers, disappeared without a trace. His parents moved to Hawaii for 6 months to take some time away from reality, so I really was the only one who knew him really well. I hope, wherever John is, that he's safe and not dead. I shivered at the thought. Over all the talking in the room, I heard a tap outside the window in the alley that connects to our recess area. That's odd, maybe it's a stray dog. I'll go check it out at the end of class. When time was up, our teacher told us that there was no homework, just to remember that there will be a band concert in 2 days, and that we should check it out. That made me smile again. I like the band, they always have good rhythm and great song choices. I grabbed my backpack and put it in my locker right as the recess bell rung. We walked outside and went to wherever we usually go. I then went to look in the ally for the source of that noise. "Hello?" I said quietly into the alley. I had a bad feeling about this, it was too quiet. Then I heard footsteps behind me, they were loud, and sounded like the person had fancy shoes. "George is that y-" The shadow of a man poked something into my arm. A shot. I felt light-headed, dizzy, and tired. I banged into a trash can, which echoed throughout the area."W-W-Who are you-u," I stammered. "S-Someone, h-help." "No one will find you, kid, at least not for the time we need you." The man said. Then I fell onto the floor, and fell asleep.

   

   The banging of the trash cans made George go to investigate the area. When he came back, he saw that there was nothing there, but an empty syringe. "But Lucas was in that alley." George said to himself. George thought for a moment, and came to a very shocking conclusion. He must've been kidnapped, but where did they take him? George had no idea, but maybe it had to do with that company at the edge of the city. Maybe it wasn't deserted after all. George decided to tell no one, since he was supposed to be leaving tomorrow for a trip to a nearby city anyways, so he would go to the old lab tomorrow. I hope I won't be tortured like Lucas might be if I get caught.


   "Owwwww, my head." I said, patting my head. I looked at myself. My glasses must've broken, because they were replaced with more circular ones than the rectangular ones I usually have. I had the same pants and shoes, but the shirt was changed to a blue, yellow, and green tie-dye shirt. I grabbed a nearby mirror and looked at my face. Still got green eyes, still got white skin, same smile. Good. I tried to stand up, but ended up falling back down with no success. I pushed my glasses back up my nose. Guess I was still really dizzy. The room was white, like, everything was white. That gave me a bad feeling about this place, because if I had learned anything from watching superhero movies, it's that white vans, and other white things, always mean bad things are about to happen. I started breathing rapidly from anxiety and fear. "Hello, Is anyone there! Someone please help me!" I yelled at the door of my room. I tried to open it, but it was shut tight. I checked the clock. 7:30am. Good, that means the place, probably like the rest of my town, should open at about 7:45. Guess I have fifteen minutes to try to stand up and check the rest of my room. I stood up, wobbled, and started walking forward. I felt my feet start getting wet from the sweat building from fear. Then I slipped, about to hit the floor, and wondered if these men would pay for more glasses since I'll hit the hard floor on my face. Instead, I ended up landing on what seems like a squishy, soft floor I felt myself sorta sink into. Woah, this is, really comfy. If I didn't know any better, I would probably stay here forever. Maybe I should see if these men, or women, will just torture me after this, or do some tests like this, like testing myself. I laid on the soft floor, and let the floor pull me into the bottom, sinking deeper into the floor. I stopped when my body was half showing, and I almost felt myself fall asleep. I stood up, and started walking towards the bed, trying to resist the temptation to sink into the floor again. Now it's 7:40, guess I'm about to run out of time. I hopped onto the bed, which was even better than the floor, and stared at the ceiling. It was imprinted with the picture of the sun, with the sign Hypno Labs inside the sun. Wait a minute, Hypno Labs is the company that no one ever went to for awhile, some said they even shut down. Maybe they just didn't want anyone knowing they were doing all this cool stuff. I got hopped on the bed and jumped off on the floor, where I sunk back into the floor and smiled. Then a knock came at the door. Oh, right, it's 7:45. I walked over, put back on my confused face, and looked at the person who was at the door. "Hello there kid, my name is Theo, one of the few researchers left at Hypno Labs. I know you are confused, but, have you seen the room yet?" The man Theo said. "Yes, I have, but, why put me in the one place I want to be when you kidnapped me, which means you want to do something with me, maybe something I don't like." I ask. "Well, the thing is, all we need to do is a few tests, and then we'll see if we can let you go or not," Theo said. "Also, if anyone comes looking for you during these tests, we'll have to put them here with you." "Ok, I think no one will know, which now I think is really, really, really bad." I said. My eyes started getting a bit watery, because even though I enjoyed the stay, I might be forced to never leave. "Hey, it's ok, I promise it will only be 5 days, and that's the maximum," Theo said. "For now, I'll show you around, the test will be moved to after lunch." "Will the test be painful?" I asked, praying that it wasn't. "Nope, in fact I think you'll be ok with it," Theo said. "But I can't ruin the surprise." I started to like this guy, I'll let this day slide. My 10-year-old mind was too curious and excited. Theo showed me the lunch room, a gigantic room that looked like a jungle, but not as big. The light shined inside through windows so you could still see the sun and the moon. The last room was was like the room I'm staying, but the things inside of the room, the furniture, the floor, were moving. "Why does everything move in there?" I asked. "Well, we might of tried a potion that brings anything to life, and that was our only one. Luckily only the bed and the installed floor is in there, so I decided to use it as a spare room for now, but it's off limits in case the stuff is, well, aggressive." Theo answers. This really is a dream come true for me. That honestly scares me a bit. Just don't about it right now! Enjoy yourself for at least one day! After the tour, I followed Theo towards the lunch room for some lunch. So far, nothing looks like it could be used to hurt me. That's good. I wonder what else I'll witness around here. Maybe Theo had chosen me for no reason, I do feel right for the job anyways, or maybe Theo is the good researcher here, and he just wants the best for me. I'm still pretty young, so I'll give him a pass because of that, too. But in the movies, there is usually a secret bad guy, one that is inside the good company that works for the bad guys. So, my question is, what if something happens to Theo? 

Hello fellow watchers. Jonathan Myers here, and, well, you get the point so let's go ahead with this giant conversation with a soon-to-be friend.


I went back to the jungle the following day after Sans, Alphys, and I got Gaster back to Undertale using some SOUL power and a broken machine, which almost blew up again. That night I had a dream, more of a vision. There were to boys, both my age and from different universes. I felt like they were connected to me, somehow, but I don't where to look for them. I do know that one of them will be tortured somewhere in his Universe, and someone I know is with him. I need to tell this guy that he will find my friend, and t help him escape, but based on who it is this will be tricky. So, here I am, back in this thick jungle, looking for a familiar tree. There it is. I spot the branch on a tree with no leaves, just a hollow log with the smell of burnt bark. I climbed up the tree, and waited. Finally, that damn snake came.

"Hello, down here!" I shout.

"Oh, what are you doing back here, man-cub." Kaa hissed.

"You could just call me a human, but whatever. I need to tell you something, and no tricks."

"What issss it, human?"

"I saw something in a dream, a friend of mine, and you're there with him."

"Here, in the jungle?"

"No, somewhere else."

"Hmmm, that'ssss sssstrange."

"Yeah, ummm, I want you to help him escape, or at least keep an eye on him."

"And how do you know that I won't eat him."

"Because, you'll probably fail, like most of the time. Plus, I want to help you, and I think you could be a cool friend if you didn't eat every human you see."

"Sssso, your sssaying that you want to be my friend."

"Yes, I think you could help us around here."

"....."

"What, you in some deep thinking?"

"I guessss I could be niccce, but then I would never get to eat a man-cub."

"I can take care of that!"

"Y-you can?"

"Sure, there's something better than humans on a different Earth."

"Sssserioussssly?"

"Yeah, it's called bacon."

"That ssssoundssss good."

"It does. We might run out of it alot, so if you like and it goes empty, don't run off."

"Fine."

"....."

"Human, why did you choose me to help you, you know I have trussssst isssuessss."

"Because, I think you can change, and yes I would agree I like sleeping with ya."

"You mean my coilssssss?"

"I guess, what else is there."

"Nothing." Kaa smiles.

"Welp, still because you can change your ways." I laugh.

"Tssss,sss,ss,sssssssss."

"I think I need to go, it's getting late."

"Why ssssstay here?"

"I don't think I can after Sans got ticked at you."

"You mean that skeleton from last time."

"Yes."

"Fine, but you better come back."

"I promise."

"Goodbye then, man-cub."

"It's human."

"It doessssn't matter!"

I grabbed my wristband and teleported back to Undertale in a snap of a finger. Now I finally will get to find this friend of mine, and we have a friend to help us out. Might as well get some sleep, though. I yawned, and then I fell asleep on the floor of Papyrus' house.



   "Come on, keep up!" Goten shouted back at me and Trunks. It was a nice afternoon, and Goten and Trunks wanted to show me something they said was secret from even Vegeta. That made me excited. Hi, my name is Roger, or Rogers either one, and I am a half-sayian, adopted by Goten's family, who provide me with everything I need. I also work with the time patrol at the Time Nest with Future Trunks and the Supreme Kai of Time. Since I'm only twelve, which is SUPER young for a saiyan, I'm training for when I finally can go to the real missions with Goku and the others. "We aren't far from home, are we?" I ask. "We're only a mile away, which is about the limit for how far we can go." Trunks says. He snickers a bit while he tells Goten something I can't hear. I just continue flying through the woods with Trunks and Goten when I get a call from the Supreme Kai of Time. "Hey there, we need you for a second to look over a piece of History," The Supreme Kai says. "Can you come check it out?" Yes, I was finally helping with the changes in history! "Sure, just give me a second." I say. Then I hang up and tell Goten the news, and then they let me go as I warp back to the Time Nest with the scroll that teleports me from this timeline back to my present timeline. Conton City is so huge, and there's so much to do here. I don't have the time for that right now, though. I flew over to the Time Nest gate and walked through, teleporting to where the place is located. Future Trunks greets me at the door, and I walk in, ready for my first-ish mission to helping with history.

   "Hey there, glad you could come." The Supreme Kai of Time says. "Thanks." I say, taking in the view of the place. There were tree roots, running up one side of the wall to the hole in the middle, shining light down into the Time Nest. I inspect the scroll Elder Kai gives from the other side of the room. It was when Trunks was leaving to the past, but the time machine couldn't move, and Goku Black blew it up. I ask if I could go with Kai to help stop this. Trunks said I was almost ready, but not just yet. "I guess I understand. After all, it IS Goku Black that we're talking about." I say. I walk out of the Time Next and go back to Conton city, then I go back to Goten's timeline to find them at the same place as when I left. "Why did you stay here?" I ask. "Because we still have time to go to our hideout, and it won't take much longer!" Trunks says. Goten, one of my favorite people in the world, starts explaining to me that they have a hideout incase something bad happens at Earth, and they would come to their hideout to rest and eat before going back to try and fight the enemy. He also told me he made it for Chi-Chi because it was going to be for Christmas, but that was when Trunks and Goten went to some sort of village with Videl where they found Broly and defeated him for a second time. I smiled at the thought of Chi-Chi being in a hideout with three sayian kids. "Hehe, funny, isn't it." Goten said. I nodded. Then, in the distance, I saw the house Trunks was talking about. It was small, probably for four, but Goten said it had a basement with a bunch of food. "We chose this spot because there are some pretty wicked stuff around here that could make Civilians turn back." Trunks said. "Like what?" I asked. "There's a really big river, thick vines that take a KI sword to easily chop down, and a big section of the place below the bridge over there," Trunks points at a bridge that is used to cross the edge. I nod when I spot it. "That is a big pile of Quicksand over the edge." "Q-q-quicksand?" I stammer. "Yeah, why?" Goten says. "I'm just....., not a big fan of it." I say. "That's ok, you won't have to cross that bridge all the time, so you don't have to look down often." Trunks says. I smile, and then ask if we should start heading back. "Sure, let's be on our way then." Goten says. Then we start flying back to Goku and Chi-Chi's house, hoping that Chi-Chi doesn't be mad since it's almost sundown.

   Towa had seen this patroller before, but it was someone different who foiled their plans. She had chosen Broly to do this mission, because of his thirst for blood, he should be able to kill at least one sayian before Goku comes. God knows how strong Goku is, he's now a god. By now Towa knew the change in History was going to happen, so she decided just to kill them swiftly and leave without a trace. Without Mira, and being a clone of the real Towa, this going to be a very difficult task. She sat and watched as the Broly descended down the mountain, right to where the three saiyans house was, and where they were sleeping for the night.

   "There's been a change in History, Trunks," The Supreme Kai of Time was saying. "But this one's different. This is taking place at the same timeline one of our patrollers are in right now." Trunks thought for a moment, then decided on what to do. "I'll send Kai out, and then look for any signs of what might have caused this myself." "Sounds like a plan. Now then, who could that time patroller be? Oh." They knew exactly who it was now. "Get to that timeline and find them, now!" The Supreme Kai was shouting.

   It was really peaceful, watching the stars pop into existence, and the silence, and the green ball of energy in the sky. Wait, oh nonononononononooo! "Goten, Goten wake up!" I shouted. Instead, Trunks woke up. He rubbed his eyes. "What is it?" He asked. "Broly's here, I think Towa brought him here to kill us." I said. That brought Trunks awake, as then he started slapping Goten awake. "What now?" Goten said. "Get on your Gi, we have company." I said. I think Goten knew we were in trouble, because he zipped past me and into the guest room. "We need to call Goku, he's strong to kill Broly in one punch, I hope," I said to Trunks. "But to hold him off, I need you and Goten to fuse, it's the only way." "No, please, you know that Goten's dad could easily wreck him now," Trunks said. "You can stay with Goten, last time we beat him without fusing, and we'll do the same this time." "Ok..., But hurry up." I said. "It'll be Ten minutes, max." Trunks shouted as he flew away from the house to where Goku was. Broly stayed put, so maybe he was after me. "Ok, let's go kick some super sayian butt!" Goten said. "You got it." I replied. Then we flew outside as super saiyans, and found Broly standing there, as if he'd been there since he got back." "KAKAROT!" Broly shouted at Goten. "No, uhhh, you got it wrong, I'm not Goku, I'm Goten." Goten shouted. Broly didn't care. He lunged at Goten faster than I could see, hitting him square in the chest. I have a shot. "x10 Kame-hame-" I vanished in the blink of an eye. Broly looked around confused, then heard something behind him. "HAA!" I blasted him back into the forest, satisfied with my work. "At Least we get a couple of seconds." Goten said. Yeah, a couple of seconds. Broly came back screaming, firing thousands of Ki blasts at me. I counter attacked by using my extra strength and summoning a sword made of KI. "Goten, get ready to fire the biggest Kamehameha you've ever made!" I shouted. While Goten started charging his kamehameha, I started slicing at Broly, making so many marks appear with blood coming out. It made me happy. I then jabbed him in the arm, paralysing him for a few seconds. "Goten do it now!" I said. Goten fired his kamehameha, make a giant burn mark on his back. "I-I don't think this is working that well." Goten said. Yeah, ummm, ideas, ideas. Too late. Broly fires his fires his green Ki blasts, hitting me in the chest every single time. The last one was so small, I almost laughed, but then it blew up and knocked me back into a tree, slamming my head right on the bark. I saw stars in my eyes, which isn't good. I got up, running back to the house when Goten was thrown on top of me. He looked worse then me. "Why is the sky turning white?" Goten said. "It's just yo--," I looked harder at the bright light. "Oh wait, it's Future Trunks!" Broly seemed to notice this too, as stared at the light, waiting for the fighter to appear. Now's my chance. Struggling, I got up, made my KI sword, and stabbed Broly in the eye. Guess now he's the legendary pirate sayian. I smirked as he turned around and blasted both me and Goten off the edge, into whatever waited for us below.

   Trunks had got Goten's dad and was now flying back, hoping it isn't too late. "How did Broly even get here?" Goku asked for the third time. "I don't know maybe the same way he showed up at your battle with Zamasu." Trunks said. When they arrived Goten and Roger were gone, and Future Trunks was battling Broly, and he wasn't doing that well. "Trunks, get your other self out of there and find Goten and his friend. I'll go fight Broly, maximum power." Trunks nodded. Goku turned Super Sayian Blue and slammed Broly in the back, making him stagger back and fall." "Kakarot?" Broly said. "No, it's Goku, and I'm here to finish you, for good." Goku said. I got to my older self and told him everything that has happend. "Ok, let's go find your friends." Future Trunks said. Then they quickly left the fight, seeing nothing but Goku punishing Broly with ease.

   "Uhhhhh, my head," I said. "Are you ok, Goten." Goten nodded. "Yeah, just wondering how we survived the fall without a scratch." I felt something soft tug at my legs, when I realized where we were. Goten noticed too. "Goten, were stuck in quicksand!" I said. I felt stuck, unable to even try to fly up. "Roger, calm down, this is here on purpose," Goten said. "It's how we get in our hideout another way incase there are people guarding the main way." I still panicked, only making it rise up faster. Goten looked relaxed, maybe he'd done this before. Next thing I know I was only had my arms and my neck up showing. Goten came over and grabbed my hand. "If this is the wrong one, then I just want to know who you'll miss the most." Goten said. We were sinking down more now, our heads the only showing. Goten was right, though, this is a soft, comfortable place to be. I saw two figures at the top of the edge, both with purple hair. "Hey Goten, do you think Trunks will tell the older Trunks that this isn't going to hurt us?" I asked. "Trunks will show him." Goten answered. I felt myself finally sinking to the bottom, letting the sand pull us to the bottom. Goten squeezed my hand harder, telling me that we're almost at the bottom. Then we landed on a metal floor, with my butt landing on the hard floor first. "Owowowow" I said. "See that was fun!" Goten said, smiling at me. "Yeah, I guess that means I got over my least favorite thing." I said, laughing. I couldn't sense Broly's energy, which means Trunks was right. "You alright?" Trunks said, standing with Future Trunks infront of us. "Yeah, just ran into a bit of trouble." I said. "It was fun, though!" Goten said. "Good to hear. I think I should go now, then." Future Trunks said. I waved goodbye as he vanished from thin air, and I was left walking back home with Trunks and Goten, like nothing ever happened. It was really quick, though, maybe because Goku easily got here before anyone broke something, like a leg. I decided to stay for the night, but this time with a camera outside, looking for any trouble. I slept well, having dreams of fighting in quicksand with Goten, and I was winning. I guess it was a pretty fun experience, besides the fact that someone tried to kill us again. Maybe this time, though, I can actually go see the inside of hideout, because I can't wait to see what food they have in there.

~Basic info~

Name: Roger

Nickname(s): Captian Rogers

Age: 12

Race: Half-Sayian

Gender: Male

~Battle Stats~

Level of Transformation (Super Sayian, Super Sayian 2, Golden, etc.):  Super Sayian 

Top 3 attacks: x10 Kamahameha, Savage Strike, Charge

Ultimate: Spirit Sword

Weapon(s)(Swords, lasers, etc.)(optional): None 

Unique Ability(s): Has KI Sword

Fighting Preference: Up close with strike attacks

~Relationship Stuff~ 

Best Friend(s): Goten and Trunks

Enemy(s): Towa and Mira

Neutral With(Not a good friend nor enemy): Beerus, Vegeta, Majin Buu

Family: Unknown, Started living with Goten in his Timeline and going back to Time Nest when needed for mission

Crush on: No one

~Personality~

Personality towards civilians: Friendly, Dumb

Personality towards strangers: Suspicious, On Guard, Dumb

Personality towards friends: Cheerful, Happy, Dumb

Strengths: Has precise aim with KI Blasts

Weakness: Unknown

Flaws: Is not that smart, gets tired easily 

Likes: FOOD, Fighting, Playing with Goten

Dislikes: Horror, Chi-Chi's Rage

Fear(s): Quicksand 

~Appearance~

Eye Color: Blue

Gi(optional if you don't have one): Whis symbol Gi

Normal Clothes: Blue hoodie with khaki shorts and black shoes. 

Hair: Brown 

Skin Tone: White

Other Stuff:

~Other Things~

Goals/Purpose: To protect my friends when others cannot 

Job(optional): Time Patroller (Is that a job?) 

Items you carry: Regen Capsule L (x80)

~Backstory~
(NOTE: This is optional ONLY IF your backstory is too gruesome and bloody)
Grew up never knowing who my parents were with Future Trunks and became a Time Patroller. Visited Goten's timeline when he was young and now lives with him unless needed for a mission. In the middle of Dragonball Super, Present. 
~Basic info~

Name:

Nickname(s):

Age: 

Race:

Gender:

~Battle Stats~

Level of Transformation (Super Sayian, Super Sayian 2, Golden, etc.):  

Top 3 attacks:

Ultimate:

Weapon(s)(Swords, lasers, etc.)(optional):  

Unique Ability(s): 

Fighting Preference: 

~Relationship Stuff~ 

Best Friend(s):

Enemy(s): 

Neutral With(Not a good friend nor enemy): 

Family: 

Crush on:

~Personality~

Personality towards civilians: 

Personality towards strangers:

Personality towards friends:

Strengths:

Weakness:

Flaws:

Likes:

Dislikes:

Fear(s):

~Appearance~

Eye Color: 

Gi(optional if you don't have one):

Normal Clothes:

Hair:

Skin Tone:

Other Stuff:

~Other Things~

Goals/Purpose:

Job(optional):

Items you carry: 

~Backstory~
(NOTE: This is optional ONLY IF your backstory is too gruesome and bloody)

~BASIC INFO~


Name: Jonathan R. Myers


Nickname(s): John


Gender: Male


Age:12


Species/What Are They: Human


Soul (Color): Mix of Red (DETERMINATION), and Green (KINDNESS)


Sexuality (Gender, again): Male


~BATTLE INFO~


Atc: 100


Def: 50


Exp: 0


LV: 1 (you start with 1)


Powers/Attacks: Dragon Fist (1,000 DMG)


Weapons: Sword, Shield


Fighting Style: Up close


~RELATIONSHIP INFO~


Friends With: Everyone


Neutral With: Error!Sans, Gaster


Enemies With: No one right now


Family: Earth Family, Sans and Papyrus


Crush(es): None


Single, Taken, Or Talking (If the last two, with who): None, I'm only 12


~PERSONALITY~


Personality Towards Humans: Funny, Weird, Happy


Personality Towards Strangers: Clumsy, Suspicious, Tired


Personality Towards Friends: Funny, Weird, Happy


Strengths: Small, Learning hand-to-hand combat


Weaknesses: More than I can put down. Humans are so fragile.


Flaws: Trusting the wrong person, Falls asleep if being unable to move (wrapped up) (helplessness)


Likes: Video Games, music, Writing


Dislikes: Chara


Fears: Being Alone


~APPEARANCE~


Eye Color: Blue


Clothes: Blue and yellow hoodie with white T-shirt underneath, Athletic Black Shorts, A pair of socks that always stay fresh and warm, for some reason, no shoes


Hair: Light Brown


Skin: White


Other: Nope


~OTHER INFO~


Alignment: What’s that?


Goals/Purpose: To explore the Universes


Job: Explorer of Worlds, Will Defend Underground when in danger


Items: Medicine for Sleepiness, A plush Sans, Improved Squad Shield



~BACKSTORY~


Backstory: Ink!Sans took me from Earth to the Underground because of my SOUL having DETERMINATION, and being someone he knew could trust him and help him with his problems. Been living in Underground for 2 months now. After being hypnotized (long story) I started developing problems with sleeping all the time, so Alphys made some medicine for it.