Category: Fiction

Pokemon: First Steps

Kess sat on the hill overlooking Pallet Town. The sun was rising, with just enough wind to make the trees rustle. It would be fall soon, the lush green turning countless colors before being stripped of the trees, scattered across the landscape as dark… Continue Reading “Pokemon: First Steps”

Pokemon Sun and Moon Demo

The demo came out today. I’ve been waiting for it as they show more and more of the features. It looked like a living world that wasn’t just battles and a few side missions like coordinating. Instead of battling to the equivalent of a… Continue Reading “Pokemon Sun and Moon Demo”

Not the very best there ever was

I lost to my nephew over the weekend at Pokemon card game. I seriously looked at what he played, and he played it twice, and my brow furrowed, and I thought to myself something I will not type here. But it was vulgar. A… Continue Reading “Not the very best there ever was”

The Mosquito Stratagem

This is a fan fiction based off a game I’m currently playing. The game is Blight of the Immortals. Good fun. “Sir, it looks like they’re going north. To the Thicket.” Frog growled, itching his jawls as the trolls marched before him. He let… Continue Reading “The Mosquito Stratagem”

Exhaustion

I swayed back and forth, unsure what was truth and what was hallucination. I was too tired to discern. Is that the proper path? The voice whispered to me, and I squinted sallow eyes. “No.” Why travel it? “Because I’m lonely.” I stood back… Continue Reading “Exhaustion”

Early in Divinity’s Reach

Kiyo looked over the people in Divinity’s Reach in the early morning. He already went to pray to Lyss, the goddess of chaos, deception, and everything else a thief and assassin would hope for. It was the god of his great great grandfather who… Continue Reading “Early in Divinity’s Reach”

Hand Holding

“Take my hand,” I said, louder than I thought I had, until I saw all the people looking. I reached up for her hand, “Hold my hand, please.” I kept my tone in check, maybe. She looked down at me, smiling, bright blue eyes… Continue Reading “Hand Holding”

Cory

When I saw him, looking at the stars, I could have sworn there was a twinkle denoting tears. When he heard me approach, his gaze coming down from the heavens upon me, his quirky smile, with the right lip curling up, appeared instantly. He… Continue Reading “Cory”

Halloween Part I: A Man and a Scythe

“What should we do?” asked the man with the scythe to the girl without. He stood on the precipice, while she sat at his feet, her tears draining down her rag doll cheeks, staining into the fabric. “Flee,” she whimpered, straining her stitches, letting… Continue Reading “Halloween Part I: A Man and a Scythe”

The Tower

It was just a dream. The hive landed seeders in the City. Thousands of thralls poured out as shock troops, ripping the people apart. There were too few Guardians, too many seeders, and no perimeters could be formed. Families were slaughtered in their homes,… Continue Reading “The Tower”