Just stuff to use my characters. Probably lots of snipets of stories and short stories. No stress, just writing and getting the creative juices flowing.
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The world was quiet. The normal hustle and bustle of cities had died years ago, along with a large portion of their inhabitants. The cause? A toxin spread through the water creating mutants- humans infected, killed, and eventually reanimated by parasitic spores. Small towns were hit the hardest, the lack of purified water and hiding places being the main reason for the near extinction of rural human life. One upside to it was the lower population. Fewer people spread out ment less dead to deal with, but even so those lands were nearly uninhabitable. Spores grew unchecked, infecting the water and crops. The mutants there were the most vicious, making the pushback from the living even harder. No one dared try anymore.
Contrary to rural areas cities were littered with mutants; however, even with the overpopulation sometimes the dead were the least of your problems. Built on the ruins of Hartford grew many groups of people, most notable were the two most powerful: The Hunters, a gang dedicated to killing mutants and guarding the city from any invasions; and Caduceus, A group who ran a near monopoly on all healthcare in the city, as well as most food banks. These two groups, though heavily dependent on each other, were secretly at war, as two competing industries would naturally be.
Erin Cole, head of The Hunters, was a small yet powerful woman who rose to power quickly. Her ideals and charming demeanor attracting many followers. The Hunters were obedient and capable, as many were former soldiers and fighters. Disobedience was seldom allowed because Erin liked to lead with quite the iron fist, aided by her second in command Maddy Cain, Known by most only as M.
Erin was currently seated at an old table in one of the less destroyed buildings on her side of the city, her feet propped up on the wood as her seat tipped back. She was waiting patiently as she heard a knock on the door.
"Come on in, Maddy" She called, hearing the door open as footsteps approached.
"I dont know how many times I've told you not to call me that."
Erin grinned at another girl as she sat down in a chair next to her.
"They are gonna be late this time aren't they?"
"It's payback for the last time I assume." The girl said, shrugging casually and rocking her chair back and forth.
"I'm almost surprised you are here on time. You are normally lost without me." M said, grinning at the girl, who glared plafully back.
"They'll be here soon." The girl said as she looked out the window.
It wasn't long before yet another knock was at the door, and again Erin called them in.
"Go on and sit" She spoke, motioning to a set of chairs on the other side of the table.
[center [Size30 [font "Lucida Handwriting" "But I'm gay. GAY. Gayyyyy."]]]
[center [font "Lucida Handwriting" Alex moved his body with the beat, having some fun on the dance floor before he got back to being the party mom when a girl started grinding on him. He laughed and started dancing with her, reciprocating the grinding. Some of his friends would laugh as they looked over, as if there was some kind of secret inside joke that the others didn't know about. This went on for half of a song before Alex backed himself away and out of the crowd of people, resuming his duties as mom.
Later that night he felt a pair of arms wrap around him and smelled booze filled breath as a girl rested her head on his shoulder. He tensed up, not entirely sure what to do.
[+orange "I think I love you."]
The girl said drunkenly as she clinged onto him. The boy instantly laughed, putting up both hands in finger guns.
A few of his friends who were in the room saw this and put up their hands in the same finger gun position.
[b [i "AYYYYE!"]]
they all yelled together. Alex laughed as he detached the drunken girl from him while she pouted. She was so drunk she wouldn't even remember him in the morning anyway. When she had slinked away to another boy he had again resumed his duties.
Later yet again he found himself in a makeshift study room with a boy in a wizard hat, shuffling through papers frantically to find a reversal spell for his sister. The boy in the wizards hat looked up from his stack of papers and at Alex, who was across the table with his own stack of papers.
[+gold "I've gotta ask...Why did you reject that girl earlier. And why the finger guns?"]
Alex grinned at the boy, laughing a little.
[+darkblue "Me and my friends have this inside joke that whenever a girl tries to hit on me we do finger guns."]
He said. The other boy just looked at Alex, confused.
[+gold "Isnt that a bit rude? They might actually like you."]
Alex nodded, faking a thoughtful look.
[+darkblue "Well I usually tell them why I'm rejecting them."]
[+gold "And whys that?"]
The boy asked. Alex shuffled through his papers, clearly amused with this conversation.
[+darkblue "I"m like...really gay."]
[center [+red "One more hun, and fill the glass this time."]
A lonely soldier sat at the local tavern, drinking his life away as usual.
[b "Sir we are closed, you have to leave." ]
The woman behind the bar said nervously. She, like every other woman in the town. was afraid of this man. He was head of the royal gaurd, and an amazing soldier, but on his days off he was a menece and a drunk. if it wasn't for his high status he would have been ran out of town long ago. The weirdest part about the man was that his brothers were all wonderful people. The Lionhart clan was known for being the bravest and kindest warriors in the land, and exaduration of course but not far from the truth. Allistor was a stain on his familys reputation, only allowed to be that by his brothers outshining him in their heroism.
[+red "Shit is it that time already?"]
[center [h3 [poor+story William's Quest]]]
[poor+story[center Wind blew desperately around William as he walked through the feild of yellow flowers. It pushed him back, as if telling him not to go where he was going. It was a warning of the dangers he faced if he kept walking, but he already knew that. He was on a quest, and he couldn't look back. He had no where to go even if he wanted to. He pushed his scarf up to sheild his face from the frozen breeze and pressed on. Iit wasn't long before he was out of the windy feild and faced with the mouth of a cave.
[+lightblue "Well it sure took you long enough."]
Koraline said as they looked up at William. The boy frowned and made a tsk sound as he walked into the mouth of the cave. Koraline followed, glareing at the boys back.
As the two entered the sword William carried began to glow, bouncing light off of the smooth walls of the cavern.
[+pink "Tell me about this dungeon Ko. Is it even worth the loot?"]
The boy said as he walked.
[+lightblue "It doesnt matter. Our guild was hired for a job and we are gonna deliver. You'd think your lazy ass would appreciate the easy gold."]
Their remark was rude, but it didn't bother William when it came from them. After years together hopping from guild to gild they had grown a strange bond. They wouldn't call it friendship, though it was very similar. The bond they formed was more of a symbiotic relationship. They wouldn't talk in real life, but they would easily help eachother in any quest. They worked together like clockwork when they were fighting, so any remarks they treated like notheing.
[+pink "Tell me what i should expect or im leaving."]
The boy had stopped in his tracks and was looking at Koraline with the same bored look he always had.
[+lightblue "Its your standard lower level dungeon. Goblins, imps, I think we might encounter an orc or two. But thats it. Oh do not give me that look, it was made for noobs. Stop acting like you are better than them or go back to the guild and dont collect your reward."]
William glared at them for a second before he shrugged and continued walking. It wasn't long before the two had stumbled upon a few lower level players, who looked greatful to see them.
[b "Oh thank god. We though you weren't comeing."]
One of the players said. She was an elven wizard, just barely in level 7. Her companion was an Orc Barbarian, Almost at level 11. His higher level explained why the pair were attempting a level 11 dungeon, but the fact that they had hired mercenaries meant they didn't have the confidence to do it alone.
[+lightblue "Hi we are from the Moonwood guild, but you already know that. You requested a healer and a dps correct?"]
Ko said, shaking the players hands.
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