It started out as a typical boring Saturday for the three high school students. Duncan went to his weekend internship while Zoey spent the morning getting Rythian up and out of his bed. Yes, everything was absolutely normal until science went wrong an the world began ending quicker than the three teens could fight it. Rythian Enderborn, Zoey Proasheck and Duncan Jones were sent spiraling into what everyone called the Apocalypse.
Depression could have hit anyone after beating the horrors of Sburb. Surprisingly though, none of the eight human friends seem to be affected by the mental disorder they were sure to have. At least that's what it seemed like at first glance. At first no one noticed their friend Dave slowly slipping into his own tortured reality. He tried to hide his downward spiral but there isn't much you can hide from a certain prying blonde.
All too soon Rose Lalonde had everyone gathered at their suffering friend's apartment and it was only a matter of time before they discovered the teens coping mechanism. It made since that a wrapper would write his troubles out as poems.... The neat walls of text couldn't hide the word's meanings however. They were a false since a security compared to the contents.
All the seven friends soon realized just how many horrors were crammed in their friend's head. Having to watch your friends die, sometimes by your own hand, in so many timelines could definitely push anyone into the downward spiral of depression.
Lance was officially weirded out. By Keith. Keith was acting very weird.
But it was a subtle sort of weird that no one else seemed to have noticed, the type of weird that would make the others think that he was weird for noticing it in the first place.
Keith didn’t rise to any of his jabs. Keith didn’t poke fun at him. Keith followed Shiro’s orders to the letter and didn’t pull any dangerous stunts. Keith barely even talked.
Lance was going to get to the bottom of it.
Bookmarked by TheNumber1Hero
24 Dec 2018
Fandoms: Bendy and the Ink Machine
03 Jun 2018
In which Henry is much too old for this and decides to go home. Surprisingly, this course of action works out well for pretty much everybody.
Bookmarked by TheNumber1Hero
14 Jun 2018
Fandoms: The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Marvel Cinematic Universe, Iron Man (Movies), Guardians of the Galaxy (Movies), Captain America (Movies)
09 Jan 2019
The man who, fuck knows, sprouted fully formed out of the ground in the middle of the Fort Knox times a zillion highly secured Avengers facility- gaped at the earbuds trailing from Tony's ears. "Is that tiny stick playing music ."
A very slow, ominous kind of horror was starting to dawn over Tony's mind. " Please don't tell me you were frozen in ice for ninety years."
"Don't be ridiculous- I was in space." The man said. He plucked a plastic bag off of Tony's counter and proffered it. "Blueberry?"
Or, how Tony Stark got his groove back, with the assistance of one Peter Quill.
Fandoms: Guardians of the Galaxy (Movies), The Avengers (Marvel Movies), Marvel Cinematic Universe, Iron Man (Movies)
08 Apr 2017
No matter how far you run, home is the place you run back to.
For Peter Quill, home has come in many shapes and sizes: his grandpa's house, the Eclector, the Milano. But now Xandar is saved, and the Guardians established as fully-fledged heroes. Peter's thoughts turn to another home, one orbiting a sun a thousand lightyears away.
Tony Stark couldn't be more different. He's had his run-in with space, and still bears the scars - mental ones, at least - from the Portal Incident. He wants nothing more to do with aliens, UFOs, or the wider universe at large. Of course, that's when Loki's scepter starts acting up again. And a man falls out of the sky who claims he hasn't seen Earth in twenty-seven years...
29 Aug 2017
(Set four months after the events of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2)
With the Light gone, Peter found himself growing weaker and a dizzy spell lands himself and fellow Guardians on an unknown planet.
-There's been a plot re-write so I suggest that you read from the beginning.-