It’s been a while since I’ve been on here and I’m glad I decided to take a look.
I can see more mistakes and problems with my ongoing prompt story. It had gone way too off track from what I had planned to write in the first place. I’m considering either rewriting it or starting over completely. I don’t want to get rid of it though, because I like to look back at how much I’ve progressed. I might even simply pause the story to work on another, and come back to this one once I’m more confident to work with what’s already there.
Either way, this is just a little update to say that my prompts will be on hold until I have an idea what I want to do with them. I mean, they were already on pause because it’s been a while since I wrote them, but I’m just making this little update to make it official!
Thank you for your time~
I needed to become friends with strangers.
I ran around and asked as many people that I recognized to have lost last round to meet me in the lounge. Most refused to budge and some were ever hostile, but after I whispered a “if you do this, you won’t die”, most went willingly. There was just the one pissy archer that didn’t want to do it, still holding a grudge about me burning his quiver to shreds. I’ve already apologized so many times but he was being an unreasonable enemy.
I could feel myself starting to think about Hector. That asshole, leaving me to die like this. Continue reading
“Welcome to the second stage!” The mysterious voice was at it again.
Sphinx knew what was going to happen and leapt up towards, long claws swinging. Once she realized that the fence was too high up, she jumped directly on the wall, pushing off of it in order to get higher. She kept pushing against the wall until her fingers wrapped against the metal bar and then she swung herself up next to me.
This competition was different than the ones I’m used to. The one I know involve making a graph and going by assumed skill: strongest versus the weakess in order to keep the strong players until the end to make it a grand event.
Since this competition was still just at the first level and no one could compare their strengths to anyone else, the names were picked at random. So I, a newcomer, was obviously pinned against someone that was way of my league.
It was no wonder he said I couldn’t escape.
“Well well well…” Danny in his overbearing and annoying presence paced in front of us, the unlucky chained couple. “I think you know why I’ve called you here today.”
All I saw was complete darkness.
I’m not joking.