Tomorrow Was Another DayIt couldn’t have been no later than 10 P.M. in the poorest part of Brooklyn, where crime was high and the living quarters were cheap. The flickering neon lights of local Chinese restaurants and laundr-o-mats lit up the dark sidewalks. Thunder rolled overhead before a slight drizzle began to fall on the city. Today was another uneventful day of hard labor for Del Jones. Working several odd jobs at the young age of 25 was burning him out. But he learned to deal with it somehow. And by ‘learned to deal with it’ meant always being bitter about his jobs. His pay was a joke and his apartment was a dump. He kind of wished he didn’t talk shit about making it big with his raps. It was one of many reasons he got kicked out his parents’ house but he had to prove a point, to everyone. Even if it took him years to accomplish, he would become a rapper.Tomorrow Was Another Day by InsomniacFlaaffy
The light drizzle became a h
Sanity Not Included Chapter Five: Dreamscape “I still don’t see why I need to help clean.” Murdoc grumbled as he held the corpse of a large rat by the tail and swung it around like a toy. He opened up the window in the hallway and threw the dead rat into the landfill. The rat soared through the air for a moment before a crow swooped in and caught it in its talons. Murdoc watched the bird return to its murder and walked back in the room. “I literally could be doing anything but this right now.”Sanity Not Included Chapter Five: Dreamscape by InsomniacFlaaffy
“Like what, cracker?” Russel asked as he heaved a cardboard box out the room then returned. “Drink yourself into a coma with that cheap ass liquor you keep buying?”
“It’s called saving money, Lardzilla.” Murdoc replied. “Like you would know about saving with all
[PMDA] M0: Papers, Please! "Boat..." Slump the Bibarel said just as his head bumped up against the wooden hull of the ship with the Zoroark shaped front. The Bibarel pushed himself away from the ship and the stream washed him towards the main square of Aster Village. His back wedged up on the shore, putting the beaver's body to rest. Slump lifted his flat tail out the water to reveal an aged Omanyte's shell worn with cracks and holes. The water filtered out from the bottom of the shell and drained back into the stream. He flicked his tail a little, making the shell bounce. "Helix..." Slump mumbled and bounced the shell into the air several more times. "Town..."[PMDA] M0: Papers, Please! by InsomniacFlaaffy
The Omanyte stirred from his slumber and popped out his shell. His clouded eyes opened and narrowed at the midday sunlight. The warm light passed through his shell holes and heated up his damp insides. It was a nice sensation but he was still annoyed from being woken up. "What is it, Slump?" The old Pokemon grumbled. "I wa
Eyes of the Raven God.Eyes of the Raven God. by Spyder-Cross
The sound of water gently lapping at the dark rocky shoreline is periodically interrupted by the whistle of wind breaking over and between the stone walls of the buildings; Like lone ghosts of the past making their way down to the waters’ edge to watch for the boats returning from lands far away. Winter is waning now, the heavy snowfall of weeks ago now petering off and turning more to rain. The snow banks melting away and turning the ground to mud and slush. It’s still cold enough to give the villagers a reason to bundle up in heavy jackets whenever they venture from their homes and away from the warmth of their fire places. But with the arrival of spring they can open the doors of the animal pens and let them out into the fields to get some fresh air. No more salted meat and fish. With new life comes milk and sweeter foods. Variety goes up and a return to more favourite meals breaks the tedium of a long winter. Sour dough and perhaps some honey and mead. Now there will be
Cactus Field Tasks: General BriefingGeneral Task 1: The Great Cactus CookoutCactus Field Tasks: General Briefing by PMDUnity
Members of any guild may participate!
IMPORTANT NOTE Stats have returned in the general tasks. You do NOT, I repeat NOT need have any stat values to complete the tasks. They're included only as guidelines. For example, when it says "an Agility stat of 2 is needed to place traps safely," that doesn't mean a very slow character can't try to place traps, just that they wouldn't be safe; they'd risk setting them off, and they should try to take precautions or find some way to compensate. Thanks.
Well now, let's get down ta business, shall we? I've got a plan for the perfect way to celebrate us bein' here in Geoda at long last, an' that's a good ol' fashioned barbecue. Can't think of a better place for it, really: out under the stars, the clear desert air ... uh, bit too dry, but that's all right. Most importantly, we've got a great host ta help us out.
Right you are! Ain't nobody loves a cooko