Sweet Death: Fragility P2Chapter 2: SalemSweet Death: Fragility P2 by KleinerKiller
Deep in one of Ooo's innumerable forests, there lay a small pond.
Outwardly, there was nothing particularly special about it. It reflected the cloudy sky as well as any body of water would, and many of the forest's animals used it as their water supply. It was, for all intents and purposes, a completely average pond at the center of some particularly treacherous wilderness.
One of the aforementioned animals, a young doe with six identical heads perched in a circle on its neck, waddled up to the water's edge and stuck out one of its tongues. As it slowly and deliberately lapped up its fill of liquid nourishment, it uninterestedly observed a shadow floating just beneath the surface. It had always been there, and it had never drowned or eaten anyone, as far as the doe was aware.
The doe sprung its neck up and looked back with its opposite head. Someone had managed to push through the shrubbery that surrounded the pond, and that someone was approaching at a
An Unexpected CallMarceline floated up to the window, smiling to herself as she ghosted a hand over the latch, her telekinesis lifting the latch and allowing her entry to the pink room beyond. She was about to brush aside the curtain but a voice stopped her in her tracks. It was a familiar voice but there was something different about it. She stepped back and listened.An Unexpected Call by Novum-Semita
“Of course I want to see you,” said the Princess, “I haven’t heard from you in years. But I thought...” She hesitated, her voice threatening to crack, “Last time I saw you, it seemed like I wasn’t important in your life anymore.” Marceline continued to listen, now feeling concerned. Who was Bonnie talking to? And who would be so rotten to her? And old flame perhaps?
“No, no, I’ll...I’ll come to you,” said Princess Bubblegum in a small voice, “This weekend? I don’t know. No, I’m...I’m still single. No, nothing’s changed.” Marceline s
The Hours After: An Adventure Time One-offA little girl walked through the familiar city, shivering, but never crying. Daddy always taught her not to cry when scary things happened, and she knew he'd be proud of her when she finally found him.The Hours After: An Adventure Time One-off by KleinerKiller
The explosions had definitely been scary, especially since she thought she'd seen screaming faces wreathed in the green mushroom clouds they'd produced, but she'd done as Daddy called to tell her and hid in his secret room until the world stopped shaking. At first she'd tried to call him back, but she quickly discovered that the phone didn't work. Nor did the TV or, for that matter, the lights; waiting in and eventually getting through the dark house without shedding a tear had been her first challenge, but it was over. Now she just had to get across the city, to where Daddy worked, and everything would be okay.
She paused briefly as she came across an empty toy store, wondering if she could get a stuffed animal out of the rubble. She loved stuffed animals. Maybe hugging one would help h
W for Winterview Chapter 7Bonnibel ran full pelt down the main corridor, skidding to a halt outside the home economics corridor where their form room was situated. She glanced at her watch which read 9:05am.W for Winterview Chapter 7 by Novum-Semita
“Globbit, of all days to be late,” she muttered to herself. She hurried down the HE corridor and looked in through the window next to the door. Mr. Petrikov was already there, reading through the announcements. His voice was muffled by the glass. Bonnibel took a deep breath before opening the door just a crack, amplifying Mr. Petrikov’s voice. She slipped inside and crept over to her desk. She had almost reached her desk when Mr. Petrikov looked up.
“So nice of you to join us, Miss Buddenhagen,” he said pointedly. Bonnibel sat down quickly where she stared down at her desk. ‘Did he have to use her surname in front of the whole class?’ she thought to herself.
“Now that we’re all in attendance,” said Mr. Petrikov sniffily as he glanced in Bonnibel