Jane, Defender of Decura Chapter 1
The Adventure Begins
Jane let out a sigh as she sat on a park bench. She only had five minutes left of her lunch break left. Once it was over she would have to return to her job at Foodland, a small grocery store that you'd easily miss while driving past. The job itself wasn't so bad, it was more the manager and assistant manager that were the source of Jane's frustration. After closing her light blue eyes, Jane did her best not to picture her bosses but to no avail.
The manager was a super strict woman named Selena who had no problem with constantly strong arming Jane into working overtime. But as frustrating as that was, she didn't compare to the assistant manager Myra. Myra was a bossy little twerp who seemed to spend more time complaining about her co-workers than actually doing any work herself. Selena at the very least was a tough worker and new when to reward her employees for a job well done. Myra only seemed to share that enthusiasm when Selena was around.
When Jane's w
Tiny Intruders Part 1 Mike knew there was something living in the house with his family. And not just mice or rats, either; whatever it was, it was far too clever to mere rodents. Then, one day, he saw them.
He was sitting at his desk doing his homework when he saw a flicker of movement out of the corner of his eye. Casually, being careful not to look towards the movement, he reached over and picked up the now-empty plastic cup the trail mix he’d been snacking on had been in. Then he quickly clapped it down over the intruders, trapping them.
Mike finally allowed himself to look, and he gasped in surprise. Standing beneath the cup, staring back at him through the clear plastic and looking just as surprised as he was, were two tiny men, no more than an inch high.
Mike blinked, and the staring contest ended abruptly. One of his captives sank to the ‘floor’ (the desk, really) and buried his head in his hands. The other began to bang on
(GT) Secrets: Chapter OneTaylor’s feet pounded the dirt path, each step taking her deeper into the woods. Her short breaths could be seen against the cool, night air. It feels so good to be out of the city, she thought as she looked skyward; beyond the tree tops she could see the millions of stars twinkle back at her. She smiled. She hadn’t remembered seeing this many stars at night since she went on her last camping trip with her family. That was 3 years ago though.
She steadied her pace to catch her breath. She only had a mile until she got back to the small cabin. She checked her watch, 11:30pm. She was due back to meet a friend of hers, Jackson, that she hadn’t seen all semester. She felt a tingle run up her spine as she flushed a vibrant shade of red. She was so excited to see him after months of missing him.
He kept on making excuses not to get together, saying that since he moved up north he didn’t have eno
The Start Of Something New : Part 2Note: Read the first part of this story before proceeding ,if u have not read the first link is in description, this will be confusing if u have not read it first.
It was a long and disturbingly quiet ride home...
The awkward silence that passed over the three occupants in the car was thick enough to cut with a knife.
No one dared to say a word, the situation was weird enough.
Martin couldn’t help but spare a few glances down at his tiny fiancé, trying his best not to stare the poor dear was skittish enough as it was.
Jake on the other hand found himself staring long and hard at her whenever he stopped at a red light, his eyes constantly shifting from the road to his best friends hands in bewildered amazement.
Jake knew he was always tall, I mean hell he was probably one of the tallest guys around town and that was saying something when you were in a world full of giants
New hope -GTThe cold numbness surrounded her, hugging herself tight to try preserve heat. But she has long since lost all hope while the frozen winds continued to strike her as she remained curled up in the powdery snow hoping it will be over soon.
Jake barely heared it, it was so faint like a soft whimpering. The 20 year old looked around trying to find the source until his eyes fell onto a small figure shivering in the snow. Curious as to what it was he got closer realising it was a tiny girl! Jake stared in utter disbelief as the questions flooded into his mind. she looked like she couldn't be any older then 15, her dark brown hair cut to shoulder lenghth and her skin was so pale. he was quickly snapped out of his thoughts when he heared another whimper coming from her. Jake suddenly felt very protective over her and he knew if she didnt recieve help she would surely freeze to death...
The girl looked up, shocked to find a human crouched over her, his green eyes were locked onto her. How had sh
What Are you? -G/t-Mordicai blinked. He wasn't entirely sure what he was looking at..
Well, he was. He just wasn't sure if he was REALLY seeing it or not. Perhaps he was still dreaming...or maybe he just needed to drink more coffee.
Yeah. That was probably it. He just needed more coffee. Last night had been a long one for sure...so much paperwork to keep him up...his brain was just exhausted and his eyes were starting to play tricks on him, that was all~
He just needed to wake himself up more and kick his brain back into gear.
but the longer he stared, the more real it seemed to be.
Or she rather than it...
The figure certainly appeared to be a her, anyway...a person all the same.
A person standing atop the shelf in his pantry cupboard.
A person no larger than his thumb.
She stood perfectly stil...staring up at him with huge, unblinking eyes and expression of fear.
Honestly, she looked like one of those tiny models used for toy trainsets...
And the passing thought of her being just that did cross his min
A Borrower GT 1Oliver continued on, he was all scraped up, muddy, he was hungry, and was extremely cold. He just wanted his family.
He had been walking for so long, he had barely stopped, sleep was impossible. Two days ago Oliver's family was attacked by a dog. He escaped, but his parents and brother weren't so lucky. It was night again, he was so tired. He wanted to rest, but froze when he heard noise. But it wasn't like anything he'd ever heard before, there was rumbling, beeping, and people talking. Oliver almost cried in relief, borrowers, he found borrowers! But they were too loud to be borrowers. He ran through a bush and into a clearing. Oliver froze.
Giants. There were giants everywhere. With a shriek he realized that they were humans. He scrambled back only to trip over a loose rock. Suddenly a human's foot started to come down on top of him, "Stop! Please don't step on me!" Oliver cried. The foot froze mid air. Oliver curled up into a ball. The foot retreated and the human kneeled dow
What am I?...
He swallowed hard the bitter taste of bile heavy on his tongue as he sat back and wiped his jaw, the cold sting of icy lake water helping numb him as well as wake him the rest of the way with a couple of splashes.
Not that the nightmares hadn't done that well enough all on their own
He wouldn't be sleeping again tonight.
Finn heaved a sigh, breath billowing from his lips in a soft white cloud to rise into the dark winter sky and he looked heavenward with tears in his eyes, the glow of green dull with sadness and fear.
Was he wrong?...Was he evil?...
He voiced the questions in his mind, but he knew they could still be heard. They would be heard, by any god above who would be willing to turn and listen to such a simple query. Hells, for all he knew Elyon Himself could have heard and He probably did. Though the Faron was not expecting an answer. He'd never heard the Creator King speak aloud to him .though once, as a boy, he'd sworn he'd se
Experiments - Chapter One“Happy May 2nd, Gavvy!” A shabby group of boys jeered at the seventeen year old sitting in the corner. Averting his dark blue eyes, Gavin Anders tried to conceal his chagrined expression.
Heart falling, the boy picked at his cuticles. He’d been trying hard not to think about the date, but as the idiots who acted like they owned the place mentioned it, the memories all came crashing back.
May 2nd, 2009, Saturday afternoon. The boy with charcoal black hair was thirteen years old, a freshman in high school just being picked up from a soccer game.
Dark weather clouded the sky, but it hadn’t stopped the championship. Gavin’s team had won, and now his parents were carpooling a van full of kids to get ice cream.
No one had predicted that a gust of wind and a strike of lightning would split a tree in half.
No one had predicted that it would fall in the road in front of the black SUV.
No had predicted that four people would die and three would be injured.
First EncountersAbraham huffed as he bathed in the lake, grateful that he lived far away enough from the village so he avoided the humans but still close enough to the water so he could bathe in peace. Of course, he could only do it at night since if a human caught him, they would try to kill him.
Giants were not as magical and mythical as humans make them out. They were not as tall as skyscrapers or anything and they were not seeking out humans as meals. They weren't hideous troll creatures either that didn't wear proper clothing and covering either. Not all of them live and wandered all. Those fairytales and folktales completely twisted the truth. People hunted after them as though they were beasts of burden and told stories to their children in order to scare them from wandering off by themselves at night since "the giants would find them and eat them."
In truth, giants, to put it into the simplest of terms, looked exactly like humans, just obviously bigger. They weren't so big that they towered ov
10. Go away! I'm too big!“Go away! I'm too big. I might hurt you.”
Livia felt her bones shake, her teeth feeling like they might rattle right out of her skull with the low tone rumbling through her. It was frightening...but thrilling.
The words were powerful beyond belief and almost seemed to be a force of nature more than an actual voice.
It was like hearing an earthquake speak. Or what she imagined that might sound like.
It probably felt the same as well.
The small elf swallowed hard, but didn't move from her perch on the cliffside, remaining crouched there with her boots firmly planted against the stone so she wouldn't slide and fall.
“I'm not going anywhere! Not until I have a chance to speak with you!”...She shouted, unsure if the man was even able to hear her voice. Never before had her voice sounded so entirely weak in her own ears as it did in that moment after hearing him speak.
She was barely even an ant to him in comparison, looking up at the enormous figure sitting there amo