Kidnapped: Chapter 2Kidnapped: Chapter 2 by Rebel-Rider
Ash cut off a grape shoot. "So, you think being a scout like Robiel would be a good idea?" He tossed the shoot away and cut another one.
Fern did the same to another vine. "We don't fit here. Besides, everyone stays in the walls like frightened sheep."
She glanced at Nelgen, who stood on a mound of dirt at the edge of the field. He cradled a rifle and scanned the forest surrounding Refuge. Though the forest was technically part of Refuge's territory, no civilians ever went farther than the edge. Bandits and even vamps hunted in the dark places.
Fern clipped off a few more tendrils. "Let's hurry. Robiel's probably discussing trader stuff, and I want to hear it."
"Why?" Ash asked. "Scouts only do trading stuff, and they're always getting ambushed by vamps or bandits. Not much of a life if you can't raise a family."
Instead of watching the trees, Nelgen watched the
The Unknown - Chapter TwoThe Unknown - Chapter Two by EntirelyBonkers
As Naomi got closer to the two strangers, she noticed two odd things about them. One, they were both wearing gas masks. The girl was wearing a pink one, which was was even weirder than just seeing a gas mask.. Naomi had never seen a pink one before. Really, they were rare due to many people wanting one. They weren’t needed for breathing the normal air, but many wanted them if they were going into a damaged building. It helped protect their lungs from the dust particles.
The other thing that was strange about the two was their hair. They had white hair. It wasn’t like light blonde hair, it was white! Naomi had never seen anyone in all of her 19 years of life with white hair. They looked like they had never seen sunlight before.
The two tensed up as Naomi got closer. She didn’t blame them, she knew that she looked intimidating. Her huge backpack on her back, junk of a bike, and her messy
The Unknown - PrologueThe Unknown - Prologue by EntirelyBonkers
Everything was perfect. We had enough food and water for months, no one was fighting, it was amazing. But, things can never stay like that, no matter how much you wish that they would. Things would always start to go downhill. It was just how the world worked. It’s sad, but it is true.
No one noticed the smoke until it was too late. A fire had started and had spread quickly into the sleeping area. It trapped many in, while others passed out where they were hiding due to the smoke. I could hear their screams as they were burned to death. It was horrible. It only took me a second to jump into action. Luckily, I was in a small room off to the side, far away from where the fire had started.
“Joshua!” I screamed, my voice breaking. Was he in there with them?! I had to go and help him! My legs began to run toward the screaming when I felt a body run into me. Quickly looking down, I saw Joshua standing there. He was di
Dying SunTawa stood there and looked down on what was left of Earth. So far the only gods and goddesses that were left were the Earth deities. The sea deities had vanished by ascending or in other ways, as well as the gods and goddesses of nature. The sky/air gods and goddesses were barely hanging on since the atmosphere of Earth is evaporating. Tawa and the rest of the sun gods knew that this day would happen. The sun is going into Red Giant stage, and they did not know what to do. The archangel Uriel came to him.Dying Sun by godofwarlover
“We all knew this day would come.” Uriel told him. Tawa then replied to her. “I know, it’s just… he sighed. “I thought we would have a longer time with our worshippers, or in your case, devotees.”
Tawa and the rest of the sun deities knew Uriel wasn’t technically counted as deity due to her being connected to the Abrahamic religions which was focused on monotheism. But she was prayed to as a saint by the Catholics.
Ra then replied
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