My 30 Foot Tall Girlfriend Ch1Warning ahead of time! This will be a continuation story that will contain lesbianism and giantess vore! If you don't like these topics, don't read!
It was a quiet day in the forest as usual. The blue sky overhead, the birds chirping in the trees, and the rustling of leaves soothing to the ear. And all of it was officially mine. See, after I moved out into the outskirts of the city where there was only one single house, the landlord gave me the keys and told me so long as I payed the mortgage, I was allowed to stay for as long as I needed, no contract allowed. I was confused about this at first until I learned why no one really came out here. The entire forest was home to a certain creature that was taller than the trees, at least according to rumors.
I didn't believe in such hocus pocus nonsense, however, and thought nothing of it. The only thing that I had noticed since I'd been here for at least ten days was that every so often there would be some loud banging noises coming f
CH1: Warmth Annabelle heaved an exasperated sigh as she trudged tiredly through the snow on the way back to her dorm. Well, the library wasn't much help, she thought to herself. 'This should be a simple topic to write on: "A natural necessity's additional effect on one's emotions," but I just can't think of what to do. The tastiness of hunger? The love behind sex? The blissful dreams of sleep? They've already been taken. . .' She shook her head forlornly. 'My Creative Writing professor comes up with the strangest prompts. . .'
Letting her thoughts fade out, the young woman looked around at the chilly, white landscape and shivered. It was Mid-winter, and the weather had been particularly horrible this year. The ground off the sidewalk somehow consisted of snow, slush, and ice in varying places, due to the bipolar leaps in the temperature over the weekend.
As the Freshmen passed by a tree,
Separation: Chapter 1Separation
Cody was tossed about in the terrible storm. He couldn't make out up or down anymore, the horrible thrashing of the waves too much for the boat to take. "I'm going to die," he thought to himself, "Not just me, everyone. We're about to die in the middle of the ocean, and no one will ever know." Eventually, the thrashing simply became too much, and he resigned himself to his fate. Before he could die naturally though, one particularity rough wave caused him to smash his head into a wall.
I forced my eyes open groggily, only to be greeted with sand filling my vision. I jerked my head up from the sand and began looking around, trying to take in my surroundings. I'm alive. "I'm alive!" I jumped up from my crouching position in the sand, cheering. "Yes! Oh, thank whatever deity was responsible for this! I'm still alive!" I stopped jumping though when a sharp pain started throbbing in my head. "Ow. Ok, no more vigorous cheering." I took a moment to c
small storyThis is the story of a boy named Will. Will was a smart intelligent kid in grade 10, but he was a little socially awkward. No he wasnt a geek or nerd person. He was just polite in an old-fashioned way. No one hated him, or even dis-liked him for that matter. He just didnt fit in.
Wills parents were gone. They trusted him to be alone so, he was. Will often went to his special place some fields behind his farm. He lived on the outskirts of some local city. In his place it was quiet and solitary. It gave him time to think about anything that was troubling him and usually, he could sort it out. This is were the story begins.
Will went to his sanctuary to think a bit. He pulled out an apple and began to eat it.
He wondered what would his future be like? Would he been alone? Would he be successful?
Meh, Ill go along with whatever he said to himself. He checked his watch. 6:00 Am.
Uuughh, I gonna catch a few winks yawning, Will fell asleep
An Extra Roommate ~ 7Dead Weight
"Are you finished with this page?"
Cassandra flinched and straightened up. Lily's phone flashlight illuminated the novel propped on the pillow in front of them. Her mind had been wandering fiercely. Lily was lying facedown on the bed, propped up on her elbows, while Cassandra sat cross-legged in front of Lily's folded forearms, too tense to lean back her friend.
"Yes," Cassandra lied.
Lily turned the page, chuckling curiously. "What's up with you? You usually read faster than me. Getting sleepy?"
It wasn't even ten o'clock. Cassandra wished they could do something that didn't require so much concentrating, but going out to the living area to watch TV was risky. Any one of Lily's roommates could barge in to raid to kitchen for a midnight snack and spot Cassandra.
"Cassie?" Lily nudged her back gingerly when she didn't answer. "You doing alright? You've been quiet all night."
"I'm fine," Cassandra said, putting on a fake smile and waving Lily's hand away.
An unaware adventureShe jerked violently, awaking from the same nightmare she'd had for what seemed to be the past week. Rubbing her eyes and blinking a few times, she stretched in bed, wiggling her toes under the covers.
"I hate bad dreams.." She said, slightly frowning as she brushed her light brown hair out of her face. She removed the blankets and stood in her white tank top and light blue underwear. She quietly stepped about her room, the cold morning floor sending shivers through her body as her soft feet met with it.
"Shower time.." She smiled to herself, grabbing an outfit for the day and leaving her room. Being a rather less-than exciting day, she slumped toward the shower, paying no mind to anything else. Had she taken any time to make any detailed observations, she'd have noticed tiny slumbering bodies in a corner of her room. One by one, they had awoken.
"Ugh.. where am I?" Trevor talked to himself, wiping his eyes, not expecting an answer.
"Your guess is as good as mine buddy.." A voice
Jane, Defender of Decura Chapter 23
The Failed Rebellion
Three days before Jane and her friends arrived at Bhaldural, its streets were flooded with all sorts of people. The markets were busy, the stores crowded and the citizens happy. It seemed like another ordinary day in the massive underground city, until the grand central bell chimed five o'clock in the afternoon.
Like clockwork, thousands of dwarves from all corners of the city, both civilian and military, gathered in front of Voldahr's wide stone bridge. Anyone not a part of the mob quickly dispersed when they saw how armed this mass of angry people were.
"Down with Vanrig the Greedy!" roared the crowd while brandishing axes, maces and burning torches. "Down with oppression! No more innocent sent to the mines!"
Mere moments after the protesters arrived, several hundred Oathbound emerged from the citadel and lined up on the opposite side of the stone bridge from the mob, forming an impressive blockade of thick light-green armor and shields. However, this show
Jennie (Jenzilla) VS Giantess Stephanie Chapter 1Written by:
Alex Florack (Me Jennie-zilla)
Jennie was once a normal girl. A girl who was absolutely sweet and friendly to everyone she knew. She had made several friends in her life, because of this and she was one person who could not bring any harm to anyone no matter what. But just a few months ago, something completely unexpected happened to her. Something that would change both her life and the lives of her friends and family forever. This is the story of how this once normal girl, became the protector of those smaller (and weaker) then her...
Chapter 1: The Ultimate Transformation
It was a late summer evening in Upstate New York and a young girl named Jennie was just getting herself ready for a quick sailing trip out on the lake. She lived in a house right alongside the shores of Lake Ontario
In the beginning..."Ugh, No!!!" He stomped in frustration, the ground shaking beneath his shoes. He had done it again another group of kids gone their terrified shouts still echoing through the forest as they fled back to town. Granted, they had lasted a little longer than most others who had seen him; he at least managed to utter a hopeful 'hello' before they took off running.
But hey, wouldn't you freak out too if you saw a 40 foot tall ten year old?
"This is pointless." He groaned and sat down, leaning himself back against a sturdy elm tree. Above him was the sudden rustling of leaves and chattering of squirrels, but he paid them no heed. "Why did we have to move so close to a human city? I miss my old friends and I can't make new ones if all the kids I meet keep running aw-"
His eyes widened and he nearly jumped out of his skin as he felt a small weight fall onto his che
No Monster Lines"Leo! Hey Leo, wait up! Hey!" I ran, following my big friend after he bolted. I knew that chasing after a 53 ½ foot tall giant on foot wasn't one of my smartest ideas, but right now he needed me. He was upset, and I needed to be there for him.
After several minutes of jogging through the trees, I finally found him. He was leaning against the sturdy trunk of a large oak, hugging his knees and staring blankly across the lake we played in so often as kids. I took a moment to catch my breath from all of that running before walking up to him. I placed a hand on his thigh and looked up at his distressed face.
He said nothing.
"Leo, it's going to be ok...you know they didn't mean it like tha-"
"Yes!" He snapped, whipping his head down to look at me with his sad eyes. I winced a little from the volume of his voice. He had issues keeping his rumbling v
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