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The SojournersAn immediate darkness fell over Riel as throughout the celestial vessel he commanded power systems failed and ship responses died into silence. Moments earlier, he was in a grueling fire fight with a splintered group of a cult of beings known as the Fallen. They appeared out of nowhere with a surprise attack to try and decimate him and his allies during their journey to find a way back to Earth. Making an effort to repel the attack and give his friends time to escape, he found his ship at the mercy of an internal functions flaw in its poisoned quantum engines, and caught in the turbulent wake of a nearby collapsing star, the ship was now tearing itself apart under the stress of tremendous conflicting gravitational forces.
Stuck within the forming event horizon of that same dying celestial body, Riel realized all too late that it was a fatal risk to kill his ships engines and drop the shielding surrounding his quantum core. Now, there was no way to reinitiate either of them, and aside f
The Remnant: When Bridges BurnFear overcame him for a moment and falling back from Aden’s string of high speed attacks, Vanguard raises his arm in a wide sweeping arc. Channeling the energies of the armament he carried, he prepares himself for a charged defensive strike. He takes a moment to breathe, steadying himself, and the moment he needs is there, as Aden makes for another high-speed lunge. Prepared now for the counter, Vanguard shifts his body to the left in a quick jerk, and hay-makers his charged strike in time to line up with Aden’s split second bull rush. And in that moment of the impending impact, time itself slowed down to a grueling crawl.
In that window of time, heightened by adrenalin, Vanguard found himself so close to Aden, that he could now clearly see the intensity of unsettling darkness that had replaced the whites his eyes. It was only a split second… a fraction of a moment… but still it was enough time, as Vanguard’s arm was immediately blocked by Aden’s f
The Remnant: Revelations part 4Running through the streets of Manhattan, Yuri held little back in the way of effort as he drew closer to where he needed to be; sensing that he was drawing closer to her. Ducking down alley ways and dodging through wreckage and debris, he easily sped by unnoticed under aerial scout ships that crisscrossed above the city streets. This was child's play compared to the conditions he was used to training under and given time if these crossovers were not brought to a stop, he knew the rest of the world would find out just what those conditions were for. Manhattan was currently a mess. An anomaly had occurred wreaking havoc on the city, and during the chaos, crossovers began to occur in massive waves. No one was prepared for this... and this was only the beginning.
Coming to the edge of the intersection, Yuri came to an immediate halt. He could hear the propellers of the American war birds patrolling nearby, but their distance did little to reassure him that the surrounding area itself was
The Remnant: Revelations part 3The rain was still coming down when he finally opened his eyes. Sprawled out across the ground the stormy sky laid open before him sparsely obscured by the branches of trees. A swirling mass of moisture and air, though on his mind, the stars were beyond his reach tonight; and the torrent of water that poured from the heavens in their stead, did not appear to be in the mood of stopping anytime soon. It was relentless actually but for all its tenacity he could barely hear it above an annoying drilling bu...
"Get up!" She screamed.
Ann had finally recovered from the impact of her rescue tackle of Riel and she knew that they had to move fast. The helo needed time to adjust itself and allow its turrets to re-acquire them but seconds were flying fast in the heat of the moment. Riel appeared to be suffering from a concussion but unless they moved now they had no hope of dodging a second volley of bullets and she was not gonna go out laying down in all of this madness. Climbing to her feet she
An Inconvenient TruthIn the last couple months I have learned a new lesson about friendships and relationships as a whole. It wasn't big but it was pretty deep and as I thought about it... it continued to be more profound. Relationships come and go but friendships, they are called such because of their lasting and connective properties. The friendly types are just the ones who won't out right hurt you or upset you. They just want you on there side. It is a matter of conveinience. Because when it becomes inconvenient, the friendship ends or becomes distant and hollow. There's no substance to it. Real Friendships though: the kind that makes a best friend and marriages happen; well they come from relationships that require more than a name. They go beyond convenience. They strive to remain connected... through distance and through strife. Those real Friendships; those close Friendships; do what they can to exist because those are the people that come to mind to share a moment with... to share a trip with... s
Sojourn: From an Immediate DarknessSojourn
An immediate darkness fell over Riel as through out the celestial vessel, power systems failed and ship responces went silent. Moments earlier, He found himself caught in the wake of a collapsing star, and his ship was tearing itself apart under the stress of a functions flaw in its poisoned quantum core. Stuck within the forming event horizon of the dying celestial body he realized all to late that it was a fatal risk to drop the shields around his Quantum core and kill his ships engines, but that was the last bit of direction given by his celestial sphere during the chaos. It was a death sentence honestly by all understood science, and as the turbulence tore through his ship, he was in full belief that this was how he was going to end... along with this star. The ship screamed as the hull seemed to warp and bend in the pull of distorted space and time and then in a loud explosion of light and sound, everything... died. But in the moments that ticked away in the silence, with
The Things That Bind Us"And to think this is all their own doing..." She scoffed as she surveyed the destruction around her through the reflection of the window pane she was looking through. Avril, as she was called, was an unfortunate soul who had little to no sympathy for mankind. Having fell victim to their malicious natures in her youth, her heart had long since grown cold towards her fellow man. "No doubt in my mind...; the self righteous bastards are getting what they deserve." A small smile barely cracks through her solemn stare.
The rest of the group, having survived this far together, understood the pain in her words and learned to let her opinions be. They were all survivors in their own rite. Discriminated and abandoned for who or what they were; even if they had no choice about what they were hated for. Their differences were what set them apart from the people that they called family and friends, but it was those same differences that brought them together. They were merely survivors on there ow
The Remnant: Revelations part 1Excerpt from the Remnant: The Remnant, Fall from Grace
Climbing out of the rubble, she froze, in shock, as her gaze took in the aftermath of the 'cross-over' that had just occurred. It wasn't her first encounter with the creatures that had been crossing from a world unknown to our side, but Grace had never seen anything like what broke through the rifts in space this time. It took everything she had to endure the confrontation leading up to the creatures as they engaged with a surprise attack and she did not expect to survive. But here she was. She had survived. The dust had settled; and across the debris field of crushed buildings, mangled bodies strewn across cratered streets, and thrashed vehicles they stood opposed to each other. There, set apart, they stood. Riel and the other had also survived. The tension between the two of them had reached a fever pitch right up until the crossing, and now a sudden stillness, a chill, had fallen over everything. Caught in the silence for a mome
The Remnant: Revelations part 2Its November 12th today. I have a lot on my mind tonight. The way the world ends is a huge topic of discussion among the minds of the world. From the idea shapers and thinkers of the day; to the stiff necked event oriented factualists; and even to the he said she said individuals... everyone has there take on how the world will end. Even for the minds who do not engage in the subject, they have their own ideas about it. Minus my talent for reading minds, I am one of them, so I understand. The ideas of "The End" for me stem from my dreams. I will admit that it's not hard science that I believe I see what is considered "the end" in my dreams. But to level the playing field, science is still not able to actually "show" my dreams to any one else either even to prove that dreaming in itself is real. It is just an accepted reality; because enough people seem to be able to do it, so it becomes easier to accept that dreaming is real. Also those who claim that they do not dream are just explain
Experiments ~ Chapter 17“Kylie!” That shrill, desperate voice was all but welcoming for once in Kylie’s life. One minute, she had been in the back of an armed vehicle, bouncing down an eerily empty avenue, and the next, everything had been black. Lastly she was in an all-too-bright room, squinting at bold fluorescent rectangles that complemented the tiled ceiling high above. But the ceiling was closer now – no, it went up again – oh, dizziness. The room was about the size of their old apartment, but with less furniture that was all black. There were two twin beds with black metal headboards in the right corner with pale curtains much like those in hospital rooms to surround them, and one nightstand between the two. A door nearby the foot of one bed indicated that shielded a fully functioning bathroom. On the wall opposite the beds, there was a dresser, and adjacent to the dresser was where Kylie was. The left side of the room had a small kitchen complete with shiny applian
The Magic ShowKristen Sanderson was a 16-year-old sophomore soccer girl. She had wavy brown hair that descended to her shoulders and two soft brown eyes. Kristen had always been skeptical towards things such as the Loch Ness Monster, Bigfoot, and magic. However, her opinion of the latter was about to be changed forever along with her life...
Kristen took a seat at the Soccer Banquet with her friends Emma, who had blond hair tied into a braid and light blue eyes, Peyton, who had straight blond hair that fell to a little past her shoulders, Claire, who had long red hair and soft hazel eyes, and her date, Jordan, who had neat, combed over blond hair.
The entertainment at the Soccer Banquet would be provided in a magic show.
"Magic is so fake it's not even cool." Kristen remarked as she unlocked her phone to check her Twitter.
"Just because its fake doesn't mean it can't be cool." Jordan said
"Yeah" added Claire "I can figure out how most of this crap is done but I still like appreciat
A New Mermaid's New Found Freedom“What am I supposed to do dad? Live in some kind of sewer?” spat Christina Smith to her father James as she stormed out of the front door, turning towards her dad who stood at the door. Christina stood at a modest 5’ 2”, yet she was a stunning young 22 year old woman. Her small but athletic build, coupled with a C-cup bust size, curvaceous hips, long strawberry red hair that reached down to her hips, and deep ice blue eyes would have caused any guy to drool over her as if she was his next Aphrodite incarnate goddess.
Her dad, a tall 6’ 4”, slightly overweight red headed man was more concerned with what people in his church thought of him over his daughter’s happiness and feelings. “How dare you Christina! I’m supposed to look after until you can get a husband so he can look after you instead of me. “
“That is such a sexist statement dad. Don’t you get it; I don’t want to b
FireClan Assignment: The Plague"Kindlestar? Kindlestar wake up."
An echoing, almost ethereal voice kept ringing inside Kindlestar's head as she lay on the ground on her side, not quite sure how she had gotten there. The last thing the ginger she cat remembered was struggling to keep up with Redsun, the wound the fox had given her when it had bit her neck piercing a vein, making blood gush out until she felt feint and blacked out. Was it Redsun who was now trying to wake her up? No... that wasn't right, the voice that was now trying to wake her up was not Redsun's. Gingerly opening one eye, the first thing that caught her attention was that she was no longer in FireClan's rocky terrain, but instead what could only be described as a starry sky, mist surrounding her, fogging up her view.
"Ah... you're awake now. I'm glad," the voice said again.
Ears perking up, Kindlestar turned towards the source of the voice, and her jaw dropped in surprise at the sight. A tom only slightl
(Bucky x reader) NightmareSummary: set after the events of The Winter Soldier (so there may be spoilers) Bucky has remembered his past and is living in your (an ex S.H.I.E.L.D agent) house (he has yet to find or tell Steve). A rouge Hydra agent breaks into your house. Bucky comforts you afterwards and he gets a haircut. Warning: may include fluff.
You hear the door open and close. So you call out.
“Bucky is that you?” you wait for an answer. No one answers and you hear footsteps along the corridor. You grab the gun Bucky made you have on your person at all times –you silently thank him for that even if you did protest at the idea- you creep along to the door silently. You crouch and lean round the door frame pointing the gun in front of you. You look up to the face of the intruder and find it is some man who you have never seen before. You stand and face him keeping the gun trained on him.
“Who are y
Blue Exorcist FF: Two Breath's Walking - Chapter 4
You woke up the next morning ti a shinning sun. You squirmed slightly, your body feeling restrained as you tried to turn and move around the sheets. You opened your eyes slowly, rubbing them until your vision came too. You noticed Rin's arm across your waist and his face close to yours. He looked so peaceful when he wasn't awake and yelling at everything that was within his view.
You didn't notice yourself staring at him as he continued catching a few Z's. His jet black hair had been tattered up from the reoccurring bed rolls of the night. While you were sleeping, you could hardly tell he was with you in that same bed. You unconsciously lifted up a hand to run your fingers through his hair. THen you stopped just inches away.
The fuck am I even doing!? Snap out of it, __________!
You sat up, Rin's arm moving as you motioned upward. You looked around the room before trying ti figure out how to get out of bed. You were closest to the wall, so trying to find a way out seemed impossi
Kim's Big HitWith a flash of light she arrived. Kim Paler opened her eyes and surveyed her surroundings. It did no take long in the janitorial closet she had appeared in.
"Not my most impressive entrance, but necessary." She said with a smirk.
She examined the wall to her right, finding the precise spot she wanted. One of her cybernetic legs reached forth and cut through the wall, exposing a junction box. Once it was pried open it was a simple matter to attach a device that would filter some of the security sensors, making her nearly invisible.
Years of planning went into this operation. Stranger Industries was one of the top tech developers in the world, which made its labs one of the biggest prizes to raid. It also made it one of the hardest of targets to hit, with it having the best of security systems. A lot of research went into learning what kind of systems it had in place. Researching building schematics, where access points could be found,
11th/Reader Regeneration"Its okay, I'm going to let you die here anyway."The voice boomed, your back arched and your lungs collasped.
"And do you know what you've done, you've taken my girl from her home, and she is very angry, all this time your Master, and you didn't think of her, because she isn't just a human, she is a time lady."The Doctor hissed, taking the Master by the collar and pulling him forward.
You felt a relief as you gained strength on your feet, your eyes illuminating with yellow and gold and orange.
Suddenly, you saw the man who had taken you away and butchered you, and red alert was flashing.
"Finish him girl."He spoke, seeing you stretch out your arms and blast the man out of sight.
"Puny timelord."You groaned, falling to the floor.
"I got to regenerate now eh?"You sighed, wobbling.
He nodded and felt a tear fall onto his cheek, you wiped it and stood straight, and you saw stars.
"It all ends before you know it, like...the heat radiating off a bath before it going to tour natural body heat
The Sixth Clan Chapt.14 "You want this?" Hollypaw tossed a half-eaten mouse towards Oddpaw. "I'm stuffed".
Oddpaw sniffed the mouse. She didn't feel like eating, but took a bite anyway. She was exhausted after spending the majority of the day hunting her paws off with Ivypool, but she managed to catch her first proper prey: a small squirrel. The catch was difficult, hence the surrounding of trees in the clearing, but she managed to claw the squirrel before it could reach the safety of an oak tree. Now it was getting late, she only had a short amount of time to eat and chill before the first stars would appear.
The thorn barrier rustled as Squirrelflight emerged with Rosepetal, Bumblestripe and Dewpaw behind her tail. Hollypaw flicked her tail with amusement. "That's quite a lot of prey they caught!" She nodded at a rabbit dangling from Squirrelflight's jaws. Then she frowned. "Squirrelflight doesn't look very happy", she commented as the dark ginger padded towar
The RemnantSynopsis of "The Remnant":
As mankind grew in number across the face of the earth, they were visited upon by otherworldly beings. This chance encounter brought many advances to further the progress of man but soon afterwards, the world became darkened by a time of troubles. From this chaos and turmoil that threatened all life rose a people that fought back against the darkness, and came to be known to the world as champions. Inheritors of an alien legacy, these men and women were heralds of power and although they were descendants of an unknown ancestry, they chose to serve as living guardians to aid mankind; joining them to defend the world from the horrors and nightmares born of the chaos. In time, the conflict was brought to an end, the nightmares banished, and an age of peace and prosperity was established. Sacrificing themselves they allowed mankind to enjoy a peace for over two millennia, and without the need of heroes, the times of troubles were soon forgotten; while the memory
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