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
Troublemakers - Fairy Tail X Reader(h/c) = hair colourTroublemakers - Fairy Tail X Reader by BrigadierBenchpress
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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.
Fanfiction - Chapter 11: They're human Pokemon!You do not have to read all of the previous chapters for this chapter to make sense. You are more than welcome to simply start from this chapter: Fanfiction - Chapter Ten: A Malfunction. However, if you do wish to read from the first chapter, please use the link in the description. We would appreciate your feedback.Fanfiction - Chapter 11: They're human Pokemon! by BrigadierBenchpress
The man’s words snapped Coach Hedge out of his shock. He saw a weird, blue penguin thing, a yellow mouse thing and a cream cat thing. And did the predictable thing.
“Monsters! Die! Die! Die!” he screamed reaching for club. He took a swung at Pikachu, who was still seated on Ash’s shoulder. Pokémon and trainer jumped at the same time Ash to his right and Pikachu to the left, landing on the floor. Rory tackled Coach Hedge, trying to pin him down.
Jason reacted instinctively, summoning his lightning and aiming it at Rory. At the same time,
LevixReader - Nightmares, Tea, + Different Reality[listen for song used here]LevixReader - Nightmares, Tea, + Different Reality by Ineia
Oh and do you know what I mean? Mmm, do you see?
It’s like a different kind of reality.
Yeah, I think I’ll make another cup...
At first, it was just Eren.
The middle of the night, he’d sit up and scream, or let out a yell. Jean would say “shut up” and everyone would go back to sleep.
The new squad Levi was in a new location and that location was a pretty small cottage in the middle of nowhere. Which meant, you, Eren, Mikasa, Armin, Sasha, Connie, Historia, and Jean were all crammed into one room, sleeping in bunk beds lining all the walls.
Only Eren waking up? Well, usually everyone (occasionally Connie slept through it) would wake up too, then go right back to sleep.
But Jean started to have the nightmares too.
DPF (Unfair - complete)It would never, ever work. Ever. He was just a brute bully while she was shy one minute, a terror the next. They’d occasionally see each other, but despite being in the same squadron, they weren’t in the same clique. Despite bonding activities trying to bring their squad class together, they were as close to each other as Dragopolis was to Casa de Royale. There was a divide between them that could not be crossed.DPF (Unfair - complete) by LavenderDragonHeart
A lot of dragons would believe that was the case, even the dragons in question. Bryce believed she was beneath him, Chloe believing her ‘strange-ness’ would just hurt them both.
“I dare you one date with Chloe,”
“You mean that pint-sized loser?”
‘Why the hell am I here?’ Bryce had been pondering for the past five minutes the exact circumstance that lead to him taking Chloe to Lu Mayra Park. The little theme park in the district of Donna never appealed to Bryce, as it was a couple hotspot, but at
SHIFT (Fade) CompetitionCRASH went the chair as it exploded against the hard wall.SHIFT (Fade) Competition by LavenderDragonHeart
“And last of all I hate you Jack Frost!” when he’d heard from the shadows that his Shifter ally had foolishly joined the Guardians‘ side, Pitch Black was in an absolute rage. The Man in the Moon had once again interfered and ruined what should’ve been the best of revenge. ‘Not that I would’ve been the one to have revenge anyway,’ Pitch had thought, ’But he should’ve at least given those pesky Guardians what they’d deserved.’ Mori had been just as eager to take out the Man in the Moon as Pitch was. Or still is.
He hated the fact that he was confined to his own home, a laughing stock to children everywhere, a mere former shadow of what he once was. He’d longed for those days to once again bring fear, for a world where even the Guardians were powerless to stop the growing paranoia in children’s fragile hearts and the insane terror in all of humanit