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Eos (The Samsara Chronicles Book 1)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 4, 2014


    Don't really like it...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 2, 2014

    Wooden toaster


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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 19, 2014


    Lip balm.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 15, 2014

    Pokemon Mystery Dungeon~Bringing the Fire: Prologue

    Within the walls of a lab, a human is seen working on a small box. She seemed to be in her early twenties, with blond hair and ice blue eyes. She was wearing a white lab coat with a gray shirt under it and black paints. Next to her was a fox-like creature with a soft pale yellow coat, red eyes, and nine tails. The box the woman is working on is metallic gray, with several red buttons and a switch, as well as a needle on one side. After she was done, the woman flipped the switch. Instantly, blue energy sh<_>ot out from the needle, creating a violet-colored portal. "We did it! We successfully created a device that can transport us to other dimensions!" the woman shouted happily. "Ninetales!" the creature said. Behind them, another human, who had red hair, green eyes, and was wearing completely black clothes save for the white lab coat, walked in, clapping slowly and grinning ev<_>illy. The woman turned around. "We finally did it! What do you think?" "Very good. However, I'm going to have to have that," said the man who came in. Stunned, she replied "What? But we had a partnership to work to together so, you know, we can have scientific breakthroughs that can change they way humankind thinks!" "I was ly<_>ing! I wanted that thing all to myself!" he said, following with in<_>sane laughter. "You're cr<_>azy!" the woman yelled, then said "Use Energy Ball!" The creature produced a green orb, launching it at the man. The man evaded the attack, then charged towards the device, pushing the woman and the creature out of the way. When he gripped the box, the man accidently pressed a button. The two humans, creature, and device, among other things, where suddenly being pulled towards the portal. The man lost his grip on the device (which fell into the portal) while the woman shouted "What have you done!? The portal is su<_>cking us in!" The man's eyes widened. He said nothing as the woman and the creature screamed.

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