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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
Just a shop worker Sam x Shy!Reader
Throwing on her favourite black hoodie, she rubbed her wrists and tugged on some sneakers. She slipped on some glasses and grabbed the flask which contained coffee, the waking beverage.
Soft, autumn leaves fell before her, scattered across the floor. She was going back to the bunker with Team Free Will. Nervous was an understatement. It was her day back after being submitted into intensive care at the hospital after a rowdy hunt. Vampires and wendigos weren't the nicest things to go against alone. Now she had a scar going from her back to her chest, twirling.
Oh she may be weary
Them young girls they do get wearied
Wearing that same old miniskirt dress
But when she gets weary
She was nervous as hell, Sam was a big crush of hers and he always kept an eye on her, sharing the first genuine laugh and smile with her.
Shaking her head, she was oblivious to the fact that he loved her dearly and would do anything for her.
Clouds cleared the air and the ho
Dont Leave Me Dean X Angel!Reader
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WARNING: GORE, SPOILERS FOR 9X23.
The knife plunged into Dean's chest, and her world ended. The pain in her chest increased as she ran to his side, right now she didn't care if she went against God's orders, Dean was her main priority and she needed to save him.
"Dean!!" She screamed, her wings fluttering behind her.
His body collapsed into her arms, and she began sobbing.
"Dean, stop it!" She cried, shaking his body.
"H-hey ___." He spoke weakly, his hands limp either side of him. Being the daughter of Castiel gave her the same compassionate feelings but she still felt the pain of human emotions.
Holding her jacket to the wound, trying to hoisting him into her arms.
Everything froze, the world flashed in front of her.
Cas and ____ teleported outside of the bunker, Cas giving his daughter some tips.
Blossom Castiel x Reader
Snow fell delicately onto the grass, ice caking the pavements as Dean struggled to swipe the sleet off of 'baby's windows. Christmas morning dawned and Sam began cooking pie instead of the traditional Christmas meals. The Christmas tunes blasted through the house as ____ changed into black jeans and a white tank with a burgundy cardigan and a matching hat, courtesy of Sam. Tightly wrapped presents were placed under the tree, the festive lights gleaming colours of red, green and white. Her grin couldn't be any bigger as she saw Castiel pile in with Gabriel, who had a bucket full of candy of sorts.
"Gabe, you're the best." She grinned, picking out a stick of pocky and chewing the end of it like a rabbit with a carrot. Castiel slipped off his shoes and stood with a tense back.
"Cas!" She smiled, pulling him into a hug which he immediately complied to, holding her close. Ever since he met the adorable girl, he'd fallen for her beautiful heart
HurryHe was still standing when I rounded the bend, but the assailants were long gone.
I ran to his side just in time to feel his scrawny body fall against me, weak paws gripping at my body with intent of desperation. We both lowered to the stone pavement, and I held up his head for support. By now there was no energy left in his legs.
A scarlet flower was blooming on his sweater, growing more with each second. I stared at it, not fully comprehending what I was looking at. I found myself picking at the edge of his sweater, slowly peeling it up to reveal the damage underneath, and his dark shaking paw stopped me, still self-conscious as ever, even now.
I gritted my teeth and forcefully yanked the fabric up, shoving his paw out of the way to see the deep slice that marred right under his lung area. It was messy, smudges already all around the vicinity of the wound and still pumping the liquid life in thick rivulets down his thin torso.
I found myself shaking.
Dash had gone out by himself toni
Superman (Superhero America x Reader Songfic)
I can't stand to fly
I'm not that nïeve
I'm just out to find
The better part of me
You had known Alfred for years, and everything about him was absolutely perfect to you. His hair was always sloppy, but that's the way you liked it. His ocean colored orbs always looked so defined behind his glasses, but you also loved it when he didn't wear them. That dorky smile he put on gave you goosbumps, of course, in a good way.
I'm more than a bird
I'm more than a plane
I'm more than some pretty face beside a train
And it's not easy
To be me
But, through all those years, you and Alfred had a secret from the rest of society. A secret that only the CIA and FBI wonder about. A secret that little boys and girls fantasized about.
Alfred was, in fact, Superman. He was the Hero everyone wondered about. Whenever he yelled out "I'm the hero!", he was telling the truth. But, because of how silly he actually acted, no one ever took him seriously. He would go home each day and sulk about i
You and IYou and I
Setting: Franky's Room in the Penguin Band's Igloo
Date: June 30th, 2013
Time: 5:04 AM PST
(Point of View: Franky)
I woke up with a jolt, sitting halfway up and looking at my alarm clock. It's only five. I still have awhile more to sleep, but I'm just not tired. I want this day to start now.
I looked at my yellow puffle, Lily, who was sleeping in her puffle-bed peacefully. She wasn't having any trouble sleeping. She never does.
Must be nice to be a puffle.
I sat all the way up and stayed sitting for a minute, then got out of bed. I put on my green hoodie and zipped it up over the blue t-shirt I'd slept in.
I quietly pushed open my bedroom door. Nobody was up yet, so I waddled out to the kitchen and put on my purple-and-gray high tops. Then I went outside, closing the door behind me.
I didn't go far-- in fact, I only waddled a little ways down our street before stopping and sitting on a bench. I just need some fresh air and I want to clear my mind.
I played with
Come Back To Me (Comatose!America x Reader Songfic
Seems like it was yesterday when I saw your face
You told me how proud you were but I walked away
If only I knew what I know today
It's been months since you've heard your best friend's voice. Each day, you would sit by his bedside and tell him about current events. You would go on and on about work, and how Luciano wouldn't get off your ass about Matt asking to marry you already.
Every now and then, you would think about the incident.
Him, Matthew, and couple others were in the car, taking a drive. Matthew was driving, and seemed to swerve off the road.
Everyone was injured and awake, while Alfred was put in a coma.
You were visiting your boyfriend, Matthew, in the hospital that same night when he told you what happened.
"I-It's...It's all my fault. I'm the reason everyone's in this mess...", he explained, beating himself up over it.
I would hold you in my arms
I would take the pain away
Thank you for all you've done
Forgive all your mistakes.
It was another day
Magic Remote - 2 I awoke the next morning with my mind completely void of anything that had happened the night before. I was cradling Jessie in my arms. Then as I tried to kiss the top of her head-and kissed my pillow instead, I remembered.
I sat up and stretched.
"Aww-fuck-" I groaned. I looked down at Jessie's headless body. She was still naked. And then I looked down at myself-so was I.
"Jess-" I said wearily, looking for her head. I looked over and saw it sitting on my night stand, her long, straight brown hair hanging down. I thought it was so cute. I leaned forward and gave her a kiss.
Her eyes opened slowly
"Hey, baby." She smiled
"Last night was fun, huh?" I smiled back
"Oh yeah." Jessie looked at her body.
"I need clothes." She yawned
"So do I"
I stood up and opened my night stand, pulling out socks and underwear. Then I found Jessie's bra and her jeans. I tossed them to her and she began to dress herself although her head was still detache
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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