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Squid Attack (Truelox)
“I bet you can’t catch me!”
“I bet you’re right…” Sky wheezed, hands on his knees.
A few feet ahead, Dylan slowed to a halt and looked back at Sky. “Come on, Uncle Sky, you said you’d play with me!”
Sky groaned and stood up straight again. “So I did, so I did…” He hesitated a moment. Then grinned. Before the eight year old could react, Sky picked him up by his ankle and held him upside down. He laughed as the boy tried to wriggle out of his grasp and failed.
“I’ve got you now! You can never escape the squid’s mighty grasp!” Sky said, mocking the squids.
The boy laughed and played along.
. . .
“Help! Help! A squid’s got me!” Jason’s head shot up. He glanced over at Ty, but he was already up, sword in hand. Jason followed after him without saying a word.
As usual, Ty got there first, but he stopped once he reached a corner, peering around the edge. Jason started
'ORGANIC' - Part 01
SCIENCE IS VICTORIOUS.
Flat, unblinking eyes watched as many programmers and technicians gave one another hearty pats on the back while exchanging optimistic and congratulatory conversation.
It was indeed a victory for science. After many years of difficult study and intensive research, this epiphany had illuminated the world of Pokemon and sent shockwaves of awe through trainers and professors alike. The findings, among other scientific advances, were on display at an exposition in one of the several research institutes of the Pokemon world.
Although the appearance of this remarkable creature remained virtually unchanged, the core components of the Pokemon in question were radically different. What had once been only a shade of a living creature was now true flesh and blood.
More or less.
"...And this version is capable of organic processes down to the sub-atomic level. It eats, breathes, sleeps, and breeds just like any other Pokemon. It even gi
Don't Trust the Tall Man Ch. 1“Well, this didn't work...” Said a good friend of yours as she narrowed her eyes, looking around the wooded area. The silence in the air was eerie and the only noise was the wind blowing lightly, messing your hair up slightly. Smoothing it out a bit you looked up at the blonde who sighed disappointed and crossed something out in her black book she was holding.
Nodding you hummed in agreement “What exactly were you expecting?” You asked looking up at her from your sitting position. She acted like if she didn't hear your answer, or maybe she did but in instead of answering you she just kept looking around slowly. Completing full circle she finally shrugged and looked at you with the calm eyes of hers.
“I don't know...” She started in monotone “Something... I guess.” Shaking your head you lifted your hand towards her. Hesitating a moment she helped you up and looked around once more.
The two of you picked up the 12 pages from the forest floo
The SirenThere was a dead body on Sandie's back porch, and it was trying to get in.
She wrung the coffee out of the front of her shirt, made damn sure that all of her doors and windows were locked, and called Mike.
"Yeah? Sandie? That you?"
"You don't know anything about this, do you?"
"Mike, there's a zombie on my back porch. It's leaving smears on the glass door. Is it yours?"
"I... Could you repeat that?"
"Zombie, Mike. It's a dead body in a puddle of nasty, and it's leaving more nasty on my door. God, I can even smell it. This is one thorough job, man."
She edged away from the door, keeping an eye on the intruder beyond the glass. It was bloated and purple with decay, green and black fungus speckling its face. There was fluid coming out of its mouth and dripping from its nose. It had no eyes, and all indication of sex or age had rotted away.
"Robotic, maybe? One of its legs is about to fall off. You didn't sic one of your Cyber Derby friends
I Will Protect You (Skylox)
The cave was dark. The night outside was cold. The thunder outside echoed deafeningly against the cave walls even though there was no end to the labyrinth of a cave system in sight.
As I walked through the cave, I couldn't help but wish that Dan could have joined me on my expedition for some gold - butter - ore. Cave knew the caves better than anyone. His name had a meaning, after all.
I was almost certain I was close to the surface as I heard raindrops pounding above me. I couldn't help but smile as I quickened my pace, holding my torch up high.
Then a terrifyingly familiar scream split the air and I stopped dead in my tracks, my blood running cold. My eyes widened and I spun around to look into the darkness of the cave behind me. "Adam." I whispered. I broke into a run back into the cave. "Adam!" I shouted, calling out to him.
He didn't respond. I ran faster. Wherever he was, he was in trouble. I had to
My Alien Girlfriend (Chapter 1)
The rain pounded on my car as I drove up the highway to my college. The sky was cloudy and it was rather chilly. I wanted to get back to the campus soon, or it would be too dark to see where I was driving. It had been a good visit back at mom and dad’s, but they had wanted to visit too long and I’d let time get away from me. It was 9 in the evening…and my housemates would probably be up watching TV or something. I didn’t want them teasing me about returning from home so late…because they’d done that before.
The guys I lived with had long put their family life behind them and very rarely visited their families at home. They often picked on me about visiting my family during certain weekends like this one. Because it was the weekend, I had decided to drive home to visit my mom and dad for a while. Unlike the guys, I missed them and I don’t get to see them very often, especially ever since I started college. They were happy to see me of course,
Everything Under the Stars Ch1
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Chapter One: Abduction
© Lady Owl
A small alien spacecraft slipped undetected past a stationary marker buoy. This buoy is one of trillions that make up a grid that marks the border between known and unknown space. The two creatures within this craft belong to a society of many alien races known as the Concord. Every individual is forbidden from passing this border by law of this Concord. However, these two aliens will risk it for their goal is to explore uncharted worlds, beyond the borders to scavenge anything they can find to take back and sell in the black market. Technology, resources, even alien animals and people unknown to them.
Since the entire mission is illegal, they could face severe criminal charges if caught, but they must. It's within their nature. They're a pirating people. Their very race's survival depends upon their scavenging and profit skills. They're a sim
TFA Jetfire + Temptation - Forbidden Love, Part 1
~TFA Jetfire & Temptation~
~Forbidden Love, Part 1~
"What could he be doing~?" Jetstorm wondered as he lay huddled on his berth that night. During their stay on Earth, upon their ship Steel Haven, he and his twin brother, Jetfire slept in the same room on separate berths. But tonight, Jetstorm was alone and Jefire's berth was empty.
The young blue mech of storms knew where his brother was, but he wouldn't dare to slip a word out to anyone. He promised he wouldn't. Not even their commander, the proud Sentinel Prime.
Jetstorm tossed and turned a few times, his mind filled with worry. He will never forget that fateful day where he and Jetfire were separated during a 'Con investigation through the woods, near Detroit. And that was when Jetfire stumbled onto the sleek but deadly Predacon cobra; Temptation. True to her name, this seductive red scaled femme has had her optic on the young orange mech ever since.
And to Jetstorm's surprise,
A Werehog StoryPrologue ~The Werehog on the news~
"This is Scarlet Garcia, SSTV News, reporting from Central Station Square Park, with breaking news." The red-haired reporter's face suddenly flashed on every television in Station Square. "A large and possibly vicious, rabid animal has apparently been spotted tonight by a few witnesses in downtown Station Square."
The televisions then displayed brief, amateur footage from what looked like another person's mobile phone. It displayed a couple walking through the park some distance away. The camera then looked away for a brief moment, until it heard the couple screaming. The person managed to film the couple running back the way they came, screaming frantically. That was when a huge dark blur burst out of a bush and sprinted to the park's exit in the opposite direction. The blur looked like a large animal that ran on all fours, and growled loudly as it fled the scene.
"All are advised to stay away, for this animal may attack if provoked. I repeat, you ar