Deep underground a small community of creatures was banished from the surface.
Today they say that those who climb mount Arleeah return driven mad or never at all.
A small human child fell down a hole after hearing a song.
You fell down and landed on a bed of flowers. they look otherworldly and beautiful. You try to recall how you came to fall, but can’t quite remember, only flashes. Playing outside, someone approaching you, an adult with a strange coat, they looked nice and so familiar, like seeing an old friend for the first time, a trip up the mountain and then, only the song... You stand up and try to regain
Today feels just like yesterday.
Or maybe it’s tomorrow. Sans can’t tell anymore, he hasn’t been able to tell for a long time. Not that time matters much to him now, every day he goes through the motions, putting on a smile and a show, waiting for the inevitable moment when everything goes bad again.
Frisk is tugging at his sleeve, asking for something, but Sans was too distracted to hear it. He looks down at the child’s face, hopeful and smiling, and it sends chills down his back; he feels frozen to the bones even in the warm, overlarge jacket he’s wearing. He plasters a smile on his face and asks
The sun was golden, soft rays penetrating through the canopy of trees above me. The fallen leaves grew thicker and thicker as I ran through a forest I barely know. All around me, crisp orange leaves continued to glide in the air, the autumn breeze gently guiding them to fall.
It was beautiful.
I hated it.
People don’t deserve these beautiful forests and skies, when all people do is take advantage of others. Not to survive, but to satisfy their greed; their sickest desires. Why does this world continue to justify the cruelties of people? Why does it let them live?
People do not deserve to live on this wonderful, peaceful earth.
Chapter 1: those you’ve known
After the monsters where freed from their thousand-year imprisonment under the mountain, San and Papyrus managed to afford a two-bedroom apartment in Ebott City. It was on the fifth floor, not high enough to have an unobstructed view, and just high enough to make their calves ache like hell by the time they reach the door. They’d take the elevator, but that thing’s been broken since they moved in a month ago, and the landlord doesn’t seem to be interested in repairing it, anytime soon. It always boggled Sans’ mind that they don’t have muscles, yet their bones ache as if they d
Since the day Alphys and Undyne met each other, Alphys has always been a little awkward with a hint cowardliness. Even when she got to share her past with the others and they all got back to the surface, she still lacked courage. Therefore, Undyne came up with an idea: do something extreme with her. And so, she decided that sledging down a mountain would be a perfect activity for them.
But despite Undyne swearing that she'd look after Alphys, she still couldn't bring herself to ride down the mountain. Then Undyne asked Mettaton to persuade Alphys for the event, even suggesting him to be a part of their sledging by being the sledge itself. Met