So, there's this character I have on this site called PaperDemon, and his name I Austin. he has this cool "Dark Earth" power, kinda looks like the bewilderbeast's ice from HTTYD 2, except its black and has purple veins of something in it. and it kind of also acts like Hella's magic black stuff from Thor: Ragnarok. Anyway, this is a story about him that I'm also going to be posting on there. It's just that it's much easier to edit stories on here than on PaperDemon. So anyway, here's a story!
Zuerst gab es nur die Zwei. Mutter und Vater. Sie schufen die Welten, die Sterne und die Elemente.Als sie fertig waren und ihr Werk betrachteten, waren sie am Ende ihrer Kräfte und zogen sich zurück. Sie überließen ihren 8 Kindern, den Göttlichen 4 Söhnen und Töchtern, ihr Werk.Als ihre Eltern fort waren und nicht mehr über sie wachten, begannen die Kinder mit ihrem eigenen Werk. Sie nannten es Quell und daraus erwuchs neues Leben: Drachen, Elfen, Zwerge, Orks, Drachengeborene, Einhörner, und noch viel mehr faszinierende Kreaturen und Pflanzen. Einer dieser Pflanzen spendeten sie ihre ganze Aufmerksamkeit und erklärten sie somit für heilig. So entstanden die Eldr Bäume.Sie waren mit ihrem Werk Zufrieden und sahen, dass es gut war.Aber als ihre Eltern zurückkehrten und sahen was sie geschaffen hatten, bekamen sie kein Lob oder gar Bewunderung,sondern nur Eifersucht und Neid.Diese übertrugen sich auf das neue Leben undwucherten in ihm.Nun war ihr Werk nicht mehr perfekt.Aber das Reichte den Eltern nicht. Sie schufen eine eigene Rasse, die sie mit all ihrem Hass füllten und auf die anderen Völker losließen.Die Menschen waren geboren
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.
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In the Colorado ski alps, a mysterious creature stalks the guests, and owners, of the Resort town. When Gar Seberg, and his wife, Ellen Seberg, attempt to warn Carrie Rill, the resort's manager, and her son, Sheriff Edward Paraday, to stop the murders, they try to get rid of the monster---before it is too late.
The novel of the classic made for TV horror movie that starred Bo Svenson, Yvette Mimieux, Clint Walker, and Sylvia Sidney. And written by Joseph Stefano, "Psycho", 1960.
After the end of the Trump Presidency, World War III has destroyed America by radical insurgents bent on chaos. Anne Gorman, a thirteen year old teenager from New York, struggles to survive with her banker parents, who make their money from Wall Street.
The first Young Adult Science Fiction novel in a new series.
Fear Point is a resort town off Ellis Island, near New York.
When a Great White Shark attacks people, diver Edward Powell decides to stop the menace before more people die.
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.
In the not-too-distant future, conflict after conflict has ravaged what was once the United States. Fractured into confederacies, this once Promised Land is now the breeding ground for armies hell-bent on war. Among the soldiers of this landscape is Darren Avery, a decorated Army captain who has risen to the status of hero over the course of a dozen deployments. Despite the praise and honors bestowed on him, Darren finds himself questioning his purpose after returning home from his latest engagement. In the midst of his self-examination, he comes across a handful of underground activists that preach a concept he has never before considered: peace.
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.
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"After something goes wrong with an interstellar spacecraft, three shapeshifting beings of light end up in a universe unlike their own, drifting through the stars until their ship crashes on an otherwise unremarkable planet. Things are made more difficult for these crystalline entities upon discovery that the laws of physics this world operates on are very different than the ones they are used to."
First chapter of this 16k sci-fantasy epic poem is available to read online for free. Currently running a kickstarter campaign to publish it and create an audiobook version. http://kck.st/32dpdyf
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.