Lost Souls - Chapter Two THE NEXT DAY…Lost Souls - Chapter Two by Ladydragoncat
The spiked-haired John Doe woke up in his hospital room. The first thing he saw were the clouds floating outside the window. They reminded him of the wonderful dream he just had. He was up in the sky, riding the clouds. He was free as a bird.
What he wouldn’t give to be free; if only one of those clouds would come through the window right now and take him far away from this place, leaving these doctors with their needles and tiny food rations far behind. His stomach has been growling since he first woke up here. But what hurt more than his injuries was that no matter how hard he tried, he just couldn’t remember anything. Everyone called him John Doe, but it didn’t feel right. That’s not his real name; that he’s certain of. But his real name…? His mind felt completely blank.
All he could do now was look at the clouds
Lost Souls (Dragonball Z) - Chapter One “What in the world…?”Lost Souls (Dragonball Z) - Chapter One by Ladydragoncat
Mari stared in disbelief and horror as she approached the Labyrinth Canyon.
It was the perfect place for her to be away from the people who filled her heart with pain and misery on a daily basis. When she first came here, with its gigantic rock formations creating a natural maze, it was ideal for someone trying to escape. And in one particular spot she had found an opening that led to a deep cave that seemed to welcome her as 'home-sweet-home'. She christened it as her secret sanctuary, and it became her best link to sanity.
But now, when she needed it most, it looked as though someone had dropped a bomb there. Thankfully, just a small area had been hit; but, judging from her distant view, it looked as though it was close to her sanctuary. After she waited a few minutes, she didn’t hear any more explosions. She started her car and slowly drove to her destin
Aftermath - Chapter ThreeIn a cold, dark space, Zeta finds he is alone, in his robot form. He tries to holomorph into Zee before looking for Ro, but he can’t. His holomorphic abilities won’t respond. He is still a robot.Aftermath - Chapter Three by Ladydragoncat
“What do you expect, Zeta?” Agent Bennet’s voice emerges from the darkness. “You can pretend to be human all you like, but deep inside you’ll always be a machine… a machine that was supposed to follow orders. What were your orders, Zeta?”
Zeta looks around, but he can’t see anything through the darkness. He can’t even see the floor below him.
“What were your orders, Zeta?”
“Where are you, Bennet? Show yourself!”
“What were your orders, Zeta? What were you supposed to do?”
Monster (Chapter Two)Professor Charles F. Xavier is one of the most powerful telepaths on the planet, if not the most powerful. Despite being confined to a wheelchair due to a…rather…horrifying… incident, he could do incredible things.Monster (Chapter Two) by Ladydragoncat
Among his incredible achievements was creating the machine known as Cerebro. It was designed to detect anyone who has the X-gene. Those that do are destined to become mutants, and when they do, their lives change forever…though, not usually for the better. The vast majority of mutants are rejected by their family and friends, cast out of their homes, kicked out of school and are forced to live their lives as outcasts, possibly even as criminals. And those that are fortunate enough to hide their powers must keep it a secret from the rest of the world, or share the same fate as the vast majority.
Xavier has a dream. He strongly believes with all his heart that mutants and humans can co-exist if given the chance. When connecting C
Loki X Reader-Chapter OneYou were headed home from a gig when you saw him. Your intuition was seldom wrong about people like him; you knew he was going to be incredibly important to you, as well as incredibly dangerous. You couldn't take your eyes away from his. Those green orbs were pulling you in like a tractor beam. You passed under a streetlight, and he did the same on the opposite sidewalk. The orange light shone perfectly in his slick black hair. You walked a little faster once you could pull your gaze away from him and onto the sidewalk. You could still feel his eyes boring into the side of your head.Loki X Reader-Chapter One by ReaperRose
You bumped into someone, a man. You saw what had been on his mind for weeks now: his wife left him for his best friend. You felt the hopelessness he had felt when he read the note she had left him. You shook your head quickly, hoping to shake away the emotional transfer you had just received.
The Time He Was Found WorthyThe Time He Was Found Worthy by fargreencountry
The Time He Was Found Worthy
Summary: When Thor falls in battle, Loki reveals his true self. One-shot. Not related to Thor: The Dark World.
Inspired by: “The Time He Was Found Worthy” by NautilusL2 http://nautilusl2.deviantart.com/art/The-Time-He-Was-Found-Worthy-317383059. A big thank you to NautilusL2 for letting me use the artwork and writing this story.
Once again, Loki was in the floating fortress so the Avengers could go off to fight Doctor Doom’s inventions. He was considering if he should change Director Fury’s eye patch with a pink one in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month (as Darcy Lewis had informed him at the beginning of October). Then again, he had changed it to a Jolly Rodgers eye patch in honor of Talk Like A Pirate Day, so it might have been repetitive. Maybe if I change the soldier’s uniform to pink and purple…
“Loki, did you listen to anything I just said?” Fury said.
“Everything. Doom ha
Loki x Reader: Chicago (pt 1)“Darcy! Stop calling me!” you hissed into your phone.Loki x Reader: Chicago (pt 1) by Phoenix2790
“What? Where are you?” her voice was loud enough that people nearby looked at you.
“I’m at the library.” You hissed again, your teeth gritted. You waved and mouthed ‘sorry’s to the people glaring at you through the bookshelves.
“The library?! This is a Saturday afternoon! You should be at the apartment picking out clothes to go clubbing in! What the hell! Do I have to come there and get you? I do have to. No, don’t answer, I’m coming to get you.” She hung up the phone as you tried to sputter a reply at her.
You didn’t want to go clubbing, you wanted to find a specific book for your thesis paper. You put your phone back in your shoulder bag and adjusted the strap, eyes still scanning the shelves.
You and Darcy Lewis were close friends and roommates; the two of you went to a California college and then you had decided to pursue more of your history deg