A group of teenager friends must gather up allies to keep the PirateX Expansion Group from releasing a deadly parasite. Admiral V'dam must choose weather or not the PirateX is the right place for him.
Twenty two years ago the world ended. Out of the ashes rose a corrupt faction, the Order, that sought to reorder the world in their own vision. Once they realized that over three quarter of the human population had been given unimaginable evolutionary powers, supernatural gifts the likes never seen before, the world became a battleground. War ensued, and it wasn’t until the last few years that the world saw some semblance of normalcy once more. When the Order fell, the Control took over.
They swore they were better than the Order. They swore they were different. But those with powers, who’d become known as Enhanceds, weren’t so sure. Those without powers, the Nonens, were equally as wary, memory of the wars they’d been forced to fight in still fresh in their minds.
Three main population hubs exist: The Center of Settled Enhanceds, or the C.O.S.E; the Center, and the District. Once known as Seattle, Wa; Denver, Co; and New York, NY; the cities of old are practically unrecognizable.
It’s been a few years since anyone has seen the Order, but there are those who know they’re not really gone…That they’ve just been biding their time to return from the shadows.
A brand new team of astronauts launches into space. Their mission: Begin a colony on the planet Polus for the space exploration company MIRA. Only, the trip becomes much darker than the crew had anticipated. The crew must discover who the imposter is before it’s to late.
This story is based off the video game Among Us. I have yet to see any stories on it, which is surprising. I hope people like story this half as much as the game.
Huge shout out in advance to my squad for helping me out with this!
So without further ado, here is Among Us: Mission Polus
DISCLAIMER: Majority of these characters do not belong to me, and I in no way take credit for their creation and backstories. Portions of this will be written by them, so not all of this will be my work. This story is based off a video game, and the locations and tasks within this story do not belong to me. I in no way take credit or ownership of them.
The Novak family is in big trouble. Hazmat demons are burning down houses of the infected. Holed up in a room that was supposed to be a swimming pool, the Novaks know they need to escape the COVID nightmare by crossing over to another reality. This is their only chance to survive. Join the Novak family as they escape the hazmat demons by opening up a shimmering portal to the parallel reality. Join them on a wild ride across infinity, as they escape the pandemic to start their life on another Earth. The Novaks visit absurd worlds which are sometimes funny (for example where a wicked witch turns an entire German nation into Girl Scouts with tiaras shoved on their heads) and sometimes scary. Anything goes in infinity and the Novaks need to think fast if they want to stay alive.
The Tribune is a science fiction story with a focus on politics, power, and conflict. Ayre is a simple shepherd from Oslot IV, a small agricultural world. She'll be thrown into a cutthroat world of deception, politicking, and murder when she is randomly selected to serve on the galaxy's Jury of Tribunes.
Elise Bakuuva wants nothing more than to live an average life, to find acceptance in life and a goal for said life; though for her, a normal life seems nigh impossible. Living among the Dragon Descendants of Vulfax, she finds herself everywhere from belittled to abused by peers and family alike. The majority reject her docile book loving ways which go against their ruthless warrior ways.
Facing daily misery and depression, even physical assault, the path to find herself becomes increasingly difficult and lost to an endless fog. Things grow even more hopeless when new eyes set upon her. The Hive, warriors of Dark Power and Magic, striving to capture the Earth and bring it under their control. The Tribe, an unknown enemy to the supernatural, seeking to find Vulfax.
With enemies of the clan moving every day threatening the few things she clings to, a choice will have to be made. To become a warrior for the sake of what she needs to protect, to let things continue as they may, or to walk away from everything in the hope of a better tomorrow. One thing becomes certain to her though; her past is not the past she believes it is as more and more answers lay themselves bare as the enemies of Vulfax tighten their grips. Diving down further, she will struggle to find what she wants and believes, or she will dig her own grave in the process. The race is on!
In the past the island country of Rhivera was plagued by famine. The government formed the Population Control Council to keep such a catastrophe from repeating itself. Those deemed weakest by Population Control are eliminated to keep the population at their desired level.
Like all children, Juaquin, Melissa, and Arturo were taught that Population Control is in the right. But when Population Control changes each of their lives irreversibly, their beliefs are shaken. They become part of a conflict which will profoundly change Rhivera forever.
Everything is grey, from top to bottom, heaven to earth.They say the sky was once blue or sometimes even pink and orange. The trees were green and the people white and black. But now we are all grey; covered in the ash of a time lost and squandered that has left us all the same.And now we are rebuilding. A new world… a big grey one.(This is a reworking of story I had previously began to write - Yesterday Was Grey)
Five years ago, a lab assistant in Georgia managed to create a mutation that could travel from the DNA of a mosquito to a DNA cell of a human.
When told to destroy the cell for fear of peoples safety, he refused, breeding mosquitoes with the mutation and sending them out.
The first wave of panic spread when citizens learned the mutation had spread, the second, a tsunami of terror when scientists realized the DNA cell effected was only preset in people under the age of twenty-five.
In a desperate attempt to protect their children, adults began staying at home, avoiding contact with the outside world.
Through many distanced meetings, the government decided the best way to avoid this crisis would be to round up all the people who develop the mutation, keeping them secured in special facilities.
When a group of twenty-year-old's escaped however, they realized it wouldn't be so easy to control this virus they fittingly named Extirpation Alteration 45.
Deciding it was the only way to save the human race, the president payed for every adult over the age of thirty to join his in a newly built space station, issuing that anyone who couldn't leave their children behind would have to stay.
Now, in 2050, Tate Stevens is prepared to fix the problem her parents were too cowardly to face.
With her group of truly useless teenage companions, can Tate help the others and save the world from destruction?
The screams were alive, sharpening my senses and making the hair on my arms raise in anticipated fear.
Every year it happened. Another member of our small group would start developing the mutation, leaving the rest of us worried about who would reach the dreaded 'age' next and be lost forever.
Last time it was Charlie White. Now as Rebecca screamed and tore at the chains wrapped around her chest, I finally understood why Katy was so wary about accepting stray children.
After the adults left, we lost structure. We lost understanding. We began to lose ourselves.
That's when I decided that I would bring them back. All of them.
Every child was going to come back home again, and I would make it happen.
A collection of short stories of varying lengths from different genres compiled in one book for your enjoyment.
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NOTE: I won't be updating this here as I have signed an exclusive contract with Webnovel for this story. To those who are reading this, please support me there. It is in a story of the same title 'Freakquency' under my penname, NymKaneis/nKaneis.
One day, the world was suddenly tormented by a high concentration of frequency wave unheard by human ears. It was detected by radios, TVs, computers, and etc. But there are those who heard it. And those that did suffered from a mild migraine to an unbearable, head-splitting pain that was followed by vomiting of blood and uncontrollable hallucinations.
After a day of suffering, those affected became monsters.
But there were also those that became . . . something entirely else . . .