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Hemmed in: So If You Can't Breathe..... You Might Be Hemmed In!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 5, 2015

    Wolf

    Awesome! D, C, D, E

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 5, 2015

    L&beta

    Don't hate it at all yet :D pretty cool actually. D, A, D, E

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 4, 2015

    River&star

    D, C, C, E! Awesome!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 4, 2015

    MI vote l like voting

    D,A,E,E awesome keep writing

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 4, 2015

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2015

    Adventures of Alice Elefent (chapter three)

    (A, A, C) <p> The thunder clapped, and the black cat apeared on Alice's shoulder, holding the key in his mouth. <br> Alice gasped and stared at the cat, who spat the key out into the sand. <br> "You.... it...." She stared at the black cat on her shoulder. <br> "I am Russite." He said, a look of knowwing on his face. "Jump." He said. <br> "What?" The ground electrified and Alice jumped, her life flashing before her eyes as the bolt of lightning hit a rock just a foot in front of her. <br> "Told you so," Russite said mysteriously. "We need shelter. Might I suggest," he pointed to an openning in a cliff with his paw, "that cave?" <br> Alice ran to the cave, and there was a large door with two keyholes in it. <br> "I had no possible way of knowwing this was here at all!" Said Russite in a voice that hinted otherwise. <br> Alice slotted the key she had found in one of the keyholes. "It fits!" She twisted the key and pulled, but nothing opened. Instead, arrows fired out of the walls, and Alice ducked. <br> "Nice one." Russite said. <p> Alice put the key under a rock and put her coat over the rock, and dozed off. <p> "WAKE UP!" Russite called in her ear, and she jumped with a start. It was early morning. "We have a trip to the donut shop." <br> Alice stared out of the cave entrance to find a soaked beach. "The sun hasn't even awakened yet!" Yelled Alice, surprised when it echoed off the cave walls. <br> "The early bird catched the worms. Now come on you have a drag--" he stopped mid-sentance. "Nevermind." He padded out of the cave. <br> Alice gave him a confused and suspicious look and followed behind. <p> Alice got behind the donut shop. For a little beach town in summer, it was awefully dark. She blamed it on the storm. But then, she realized there was something above her. <br> She looked up, to see something that no creature on earth could ever forget seeing- not even a goldfish! <br> It had lightning blue eyes and little yellow thunder marks across its face, and two long, black, metal horns. It had big, grey, white, and dark grey scales all over it and two large wings, with a sort of dinosoar look, except with slightly more lizardine legs. <br> It flew off and Alice stumbled over something. A jar of blood and something wrapped up in rags. <p> (Options: <p> Object: <br> A. Examine bottle first. <br> B. Examine thing first. <br> C. Run. <br> D. Take them both, examine them later. <br> E. Examine both, take one. <p> Dragon: <br> A. Chase it! <br> B. Let it fly away. <br> C. Call after it. <p> Russite: <br> A. Fanfiction (warriors) <br> B. Fanfiction (Kennel Kittens (aka Pound Puppies) <br> C. Blessed <br> D. Cursed <br> E. Werecat <br> F. Fanfiction (Bunnicula) <br> G. Fanfiction (Fablehaven) <p> Setting: <br> A. Go back to beach. <br> B. Go back home. <br> C. Stay here. <br> D. Go to the cave! <br> E. Unexplored setting! <p> Lots of choices.)

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    Posted October 23, 2014

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