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A/N: This story is written from the perspective of my OC..
I stepped onto the edge of the large building, peering at the clearing below. The 12 story building used be a small company. The broken cement covered in rubble where I stood, was once an office of some kind. It was now reduced to a cement floor and half of a pillar to my right, but nothing else. However, all that didn’t concern me in the least, neither did the dizzying height where I stood. I watched four figures move below, performing their daily tasks, that I by now had memorized. How long had I been watching them? I didn’t know, or care. Because it was my purpose, my one and only job in life. I was to kill, Zee Captain.
Below, the figures slowly moved around, their dark clothing contrasting against the snow covered cement space, that was once a large parking lot. The Sniper had unwillingly become a part of a game of Leapfrog. Which came down to Pilot jumping over his back when he least expected
A/N: I didn’t get anyone to proof read this one, ‘cause the person who usually does that for me is sick at the moment.. and I can’t wait to post it So, sorry for any extra mistakes you might find..
The ringing in his ears was intolerable, his head was spinning, his body was aching all over. For a moment, he couldn’t remember who he was. Snippy, I’m Charles Snippy. He thought. But, what happened? As the ringing died down to become a low hum, he could make out the sound of things crackling and falling. He wearily cracked open an eye, however his vision was blurred. He closed his eyes again in pain, slowly moving his appendages, groaning. Get a grip Charles! he clenched his fists as tight as he could, biting his jaw down hard, causing shooting pain in his molars. Shakily, he pushed his chest off the ground. his aching muscles failing to hold his weight at the first few tries, before he was finally able to prop himself up. He
A/N: Never wrote a Valentine themed fic before, but there’s a first for everything.
Snippy had never been fond of Valentine’s day, mostly since he never had a special someone to share it with. Not that the limited credits he was getting from working in the G-Directorate would be sufficient enough for proper gifts. In the last few years preceding the Apocalypse, the importance of Valentine’s day had dwindled away, especially since the common citizen couldn’t afford something as expensive as love. Nevertheless, the Good Directorate had made up several other “Traditional Holidays”, so they could pocket from all the extra spending related. Snippy had never heard of these so called holidays such as “All Sales day”, “Online day” or “Easter”, it was awfully suspicious, but he found his protests unheard in that world, before it all ended. That’s why he never thought he’d have to deal w
A/N: My first non-OC Romantically Apocalyptic story, to be finished. Enjoy
The orange glow of the dim fire, reflected off the faces, and gasmask, of the three men and one Captain, respectively; as they huddled around it, their bodies greedily absorbing what little heat it emitted. Positioned in the middle of the bare, roofless, one room apartment, the four men struggled not to freeze to death. The couple of skeletons crouched in the corner didn’t seem to mind though.
Dr. Gromov’s muscles were aching, the burning anger he felt, not managing to keep him warm. He shook as he uncurled his arms, extending them towards the small fire, “What a brilliant hideout you chose for us, Charles,” he grumbled, his voice trembling slightly, “Did it not occur to you that we might be needing a roof!” he emphasized the last word angrily.
Snippy was in no better condition, he felt as though his fists had frozen over in the clenched position, “
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