1. Knights never speak, relying on their squires to act as go-betweens. Hidden away in armor they never remove, they are nameless, faceless forces incapable of mercy or regret.
2. Juggling four programs at once is easy, once she spawns the needed subroutines. It’s still unnerving, the ability to manipulate code reflexively, but the trainers insist the longer she spends in the net the easier it will become.
3. Cold iron hates elves as much as they hate it and each drop of blood that falls burns deeper until he can shatter the brittle metal. Continue reading →
1. George never wanted an exciting job, just a reliable paycheck to build his life around. He’s quiet and methodical and the very last person his coworkers would’ve turned to in a crisis– at least until last Tuesday.
2. Space was the first frontier where mankind brought rats on purpose.
3. Justifying his execution is easy, she doubts anyone will even ask, but she gets the story straight in her head just in case. Continue reading →
‘Verse:Baron’verse (Southside Dumppack) Length/Rating: 100 words, PG, Gen Pairings/Warnings: None Summary: It’s never a good day to die. (Meg’s POV) Prompt:Random roll: 3. Urban/Suburban Fantasy and 1. Baron’verse. Continue reading →
I meant to have this posted this yesterday, but allergies an general omg-why-is-it-not-friday-yet kept be from being particularly productive.
But belated or not, it’s time to post some ponies!
Or, more accurately, a photo of the workbench and a sum-up of what’s going on. Now that the light table is put away I’m having problems figuring out the best arrangement that isn’t too dark. *pokes camera* Continue reading →