Il duello ai confini dell'U-9Il duello ai confini dell'Universo 9
Quando lo Scoiattolo gli puntò la mano, Miza subì una sorpresa inimmaginabile e terrificante: una forza sconosciuta, e incomprensibile, gli serrò la gola e gli bloccò il respiro. L'esperienza fu ricca di sensazioni che avrebbe voluto dimenticare, era come se una gigantesca mano invisibile lo stesse stritolando, fosse investito dal gelo penetrante di una bufera di neve nel pieno del culmine, ma soprattutto il vuoto, il nulla, che si faceva strada nella mente e cancellava ogni cosa...
Doveva reagire, doveva!
L'istinto agì per lui, con due dita prese una delle carte da gioco tenute nella tasca segreta della manica, e raccogliendo le forze la scagliò con violenza e velocità contro lo Scoiattolo. E Miza fu rapido, eccezionalmente rapido persino per i riflessi fulminei da Cavaliere Oscuro di Revan, il quale intuì il pericolo con grosso ritardo e scansò il proiettile solamente all'ultimo momento; la distr
UNSEEN protectorsDonnie watched as Mikey ran forward, flinging his arms open and grabbing onto one of Leatherhead’s arms as the large gator stepped through the doorway and into the lair.
In response the large gator smiled and chuckled; letting out a deep rumbling laugh before speaking in his raspy growling voice. “It is good to see you again little one. I was wondering if you’d like to help me with a few things I need to do?”
Mikey nodded enthusiastically. “YEAH!”
Leatherhead grinned down at Mikey for a moment before looking up and catching Leonardo's eye. The day before, the blue banded turtle had come to him and explained the situation. Now that they were going on patrols of the surface Mikey was beginning to show signs of depression and…..erratic behavior. Easily Leatherhead recalled how Leo had become choked up when he mentioned that Mikey had asked him what the sky had been like.
After over an hour of talking they had come up wit
Miss Mary Sue: Chapter 1
The spring air carried a warm breeze into the village. It was just humid enough to keep the warmth in the air. Flowers sat brightly in the small yards, by the little gardens where a few early plants began to poke their little green heads out of the earth. Near them were the wide, dirt-paved streets. Villagers ambled down them, enjoying the warm spring day.
Miskel and Tsara walked through the streets. Or, rather, Miskel walked like a normal, rational person and Tsara cartwheeled. Elda had sent them to the market to buy some fruit for lunch. Miskel had been given the money, since Tsara would probably drop it along the way while she cartwheeled or did something else.
Tsara’s short brown ponytail fluttered behind her as she executed a perfect backflip off a barrel, knocking it over.
“Be careful, Tsara,” Miskel scolded, “You’ll get yourself into trouble again.”
“Sorry,” Tsara replied lightly. Miskel rolled his eyes. Tsara was his twin sister,
The Things We Gain (chapter 12)CHAPTER 12
Slowly he began to wake up. Groaning as he struggled to open his eyes. It felt as though something was pressing down against him, holding him down and keeping him from waking up. Around him he could hear sounds, people talking, machines beeping……..Mikey’s voice.
He fought against the weighted feeling, struggling and fighting, willing his body to move and wake. Slowly the world began to come through, lights, sounds, physical sensation; all of them began to slowly grow until…..
He blinked, slowly opening his eyes for the first time in……who knew how long. “M….m….”
He felt someone shift next to him. Slowly he shifted, tilting his head to look and find, “Mikey?”
Next to him his lover nodded, Mikey’s young face covered in a look of pure relief. “It’s me Leo. I’m here. I’m right here.”
He groaned. Feeling was starting to return to his body b
Oath of the Galactic Guardians
"How powerful is your soul?"
"As powerful as I see it,"
"And how do you see it?"
"As my greatest source of freedom."
"When people deny you..."
"I will persevere."
"When darkness surrounds you..."
"I will be my own light."
"When the innocent are threatened..."
"I will fight to the last. And never stop fighting until my dying day. I'm a Galactic Guardian. A warrior of justice and servant of light."
Unexpectedly Personal“Here is the footage from the attack,” Agent Ingraham explained as the Junkyard Jacks and former Spetsnaz team watched the video of the attack, “Drako Solutions. We’re still looking into what they could possibly have been after.”
They surrounded a table displaying several images from multiple cameras that dotted the laboratory that had just been hit. The images were disturbing, but they had to see everything they could. Daren sighed as the different technicians and researchers were slaughtered before their eyes. He looked over to his cousin and gripped his shoulder as Jared looked away from the footage.
“It’s that Terry chick again,” Levi sighed as he pointed out the Fourth Reich soldier, “And her friends, Crackle and Pop…”
“So that makes her Snap?” Jared asked, his humor sounding uncharacteristically strained.
“The thing I think is weird is this…” Pasha Turovich inte
A Little More Trust Cpt. 1Control. To Colfax, it was a precious commodity. Control over his environment, control over his resources, control over every single pattern of his life. He often told himself that in many cases, being in control of his situation was more important than anything else. It tended to make him a cold, calculating person, and the solitary life of a viri suited him to a T.
Colfax heard the signs of the second wave of morning classes getting out. That meant that the halls of the university building would soon be filling with college students. He sighed and glanced at the door of the supply closet. He'd restocked his bag with new safety pins, some string, and some cotton. He stood up and walked to the edge of the shelf, where his grappling line fashioned out of a large safety pin and some twine was still hooked into the plastic.
No one ever came into the supply closet during the day, but it was always better to be safe than sorry. Colfax quickly made his way to the floor, ready to hide
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