Opposable Thumbs - Chapter 4: Looking for LeadsNatsu screamed in frustration, and swung his fist. He screamed once more, in pain, as his fist collided with the wall.Opposable Thumbs - Chapter 4: Looking for Leads by BrigadierBenchpress
Nursing his fist with his other hand, he turned to his, now human, little partner. "Are you sure this is the place?"
Happy nodded furiously, his hood bouncing against his head. "I'm positive. I remember the shop next door. They make Erza's favourite cakes."
"But there's no scent to pick up here," Wendy interjected anxiously. "Not even yours."
"A little too clean if you ask me," Gajeel muttered. "There should be something. Animals, maybe or people who've wandered into the dead end by accident."
"One of us might have missed something," Wendy agreed. "But not all of us."
Although the guild had initially been amused by Happy's predicament, they had realised just how much it upset him. And, so they had turned their attentions towards finding a cure. Books and loose sheets of paper littered every available surface, but the guild was clustered around one table, where an u
The EndThe man stood in the middle of the room, facing the figure in front of him. Although a hood obscured the top half of the figure’s face, he instantly knew who he was facing. He cleared his throat.The End by BrigadierBenchpress
“So we finally meet.” His silent companion silently inclined his head. His bony hands proffered a book. The man silently took it, but made no move to open or read it. His companion tilted his head in curiosity. He had no need to speak. The man understood him well, perhaps better than any other.
“I don’t need to read it. I know what’s in there. I’ve lived it after all.”
AND NOW, THE BOOK IS ENDED AND CLOSED.
“But has the story?”
There was silence. The man tried again.
“What comes next?”
THAT, YOU MUST FIND OUT FOR YOURSELF.
Death offered his hand. The man, hesitated, then took it. And he simply was not there anymore.
From the folds of his robe, Death pulled out what, at first glance, appeared to be a minia
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"Come on, already! What's taking so long?"
Happy winced as Natsu's loud, impatient yell, shattered the still, summer air. He hoped their guide would come soon. Natsu would be smashing trees before long, and that would not make a good impression on their employers.
The little blue cat glanced at the job request again. They were definitely in the right place, but Happy began to feel that something was definitely wrong. Very rarely were they asked to meet someone by the side of a rarely-used dirt road.
He reflected it had been a good idea to leave Lucy behind. She had been somewhat astonished, and perhaps slightly hurt, when Happy and Natsu had insisted that they take the next jo
SHIFT - A Reason to FightThe snow had blanketed the park. It glittered in the weighed down branches of the trees and the icy ground. To a casual observer, it would have been a strange sight. The young man with hair too white for his years, walking through the newly-fallen snow, leaving behind no footprints. His breath formed no mists in the cold night air and even his crooked staff made no impression in the snow. His head was bowed in thought and sprinkles of snow dusted his blue hoodie.SHIFT - A Reason to Fight by BrigadierBenchpress
Jack Frost raised his head and addressed the moon. “I can understand how hard it must have been.”
No reply came.
“Being alone for so long, without company or comfort. I could've easily been the same.” The boy paused, lost once more in his thoughts. When he spoke again, his voice was soft with sympathy.
“It would have been worse for Mori. I was lucky. I couldn't remember what I was missing. He knew exactly what he'd lost.” His head drooped again, shoulders hunching with misery.
All Those PsychiatristsThe Doctor has appeared at Amy's wedding. Her imaginary friend is real, and her parents realize they owe her an apology...All Those Psychiatrists by Betawhofic
Balloons and flowers and wine glasses, loud music played, a breeze wafted in through the tall windows. Augustus and Tabitha Pond pulled their daughter privately to the side of the wedding reception, contrite looks on their faces.
"Amelia, I'm so sorry," her chubby father said, he grasped her hands tightly, looking up at her mournfully. "All those years..."
"All those psychiatrists we sent you to," her mother said, a harrowed look in her eye.
"I did tell you," Amy pointed out. But she was too happy today to bear her parents a grudge. She had her parents back! They didn't know that, but she did, she'd forgive them anything, just for existing.
Her father's eyes flickered over her shoulder at a particularly raucous round of laughter from the party behind them. There was an "Oops!" and the sound of a champagne glass breaking. "Sorry!"