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  • My Better Half

    Rodney Yanket entered the small brownstone apartment he reluctantly called 'home,' carrying a cardboard delivery package. After locking the door behind him and setting the package down on the kitchen table, he made his way to the bathroom, clicking up on …

  • The True Meaning of Victory

    _Team-building Exercise._ Druid pondered the implications of his newest class assignment. A friendly round of Capture The Flag, with him as Captain of Team Blue. He glanced at the rival Team Red’s Captain, Beatdown. He knew of her, if only by reputation. …

  • Fracture

    Subject K-7 huddled in the corner of his Room. A bloodied corpse lay at the opposite end of The Room, and blue gore coated the far wall. His latest conquest. His latest ‘victory.’ “Excellent work, K-7. As always, you shall be rewarded with rations.” The …

  • The Accidental King

    Mr. Meow boldly walked into his classroom at Cardboard Box Academy, ready as always to teach his students a new lesson in the subject of How To Be A Cat; really the only subject in the entire Academy’s curriculum. As he entered, each student, from …

  • Burning Ambition

    Serafina heard the crowd cheering from her dressing room. The collective, passionate, synchronized reverie of the Wota. _I’ll miss this place. Until next tour._ She loved her birth country of America; the country of her father. Yet, another part of her …

  • Lost In Translation

    Druid stormed out of the cafeteria, dragging Cosmos behind him. An impressive feat, given the latter’s massive size. “What the hell was that! That might just be the last time I help you talk to a girl, bruh.” Druid was fuming; more out of deep …

  • Jump!

    Freesia of The Shining Sun raced through the streets of Median, hoping to catch a glimpse of her favorite celebrity. Luckily, this Homecoming Festival’s audience was more orderly and accommodating than last cycle’s. Noticing her youth – and lack of height …

  • Lifegiver

    _This is all for his sake. I’ll do it a million times if I have to._ Richard Thompson walked along the trail; clutching a plush teddy bear. Bright Canyon was a quiet place, especially at night. _Quick, easy, painless._ He reached his usual spot, the …