The Door - A Strider fanfiction.The door was always closed.The Door - A Strider fanfiction. by ~Blue-eyed-Raccoon
It was a known rule without needing to be spoken or agreed upon. Bro knew that teenage boys who are going through puberty need their privacy and space because even he was young once and even he wanted to be alone sometimes. The door remained closed from the moment Dave came home from school to right before he got off his lazy ass to make dinner, which afterwords the door would again remain shut until the next morning. Exceptions included anytime he felt like playing video games, drawing, jamming on his turntables, or doing other activities with either himself or with Bro outside of the safe haven of his room. It was as simple as that.
Today was the first time in Strider Family™ history that rule would be broken.
The slow, eerie whine from the rusting door hinges made Dave jump, and he quickly shoved the katana under the bed he was sitting upon. He couldn’t tell if Bro had seen it or not because the darkness of the room engulfed his chiseled face,
It's Alright - A Rose and Roxy fanfiction(TW: ALCOHOLISM/SUBSTANCE ABUSE)It's Alright - A Rose and Roxy fanfiction by ~SarcasmAndVerbose
Roxy felt like time stood still when she saw her. She was young, but it was definitely her. Roxy could see her mother.
She had been waiting so long for this moment, so long to be able to sit down and talk to her mother. Since she hadn't bonded with her mother, despite being excited, she was nervous. What if her mother wasn't all Roxy had dreamed she would be? Or what if she was, but she saw Roxy as inferior? There were so many ways that this could go wrong. But if she didn't talk to her, she would never know.
What would she talk about? There was a big battle with an enemy, but she could have that conversation with anyone in the room. It should be something special to talk about. This was her first time talking to her mother, after all.
Roxy pondered, shuffling around nervously, when she suddenly felt arms wrapped around her.
"MOM!" she could hear a loud, enthusiastic voice say. She looked down and saw her mother giving her a hug. Even though she didn't
Vow of Sadness (One-sided PorrimKankri fanfic)He was incredibly dorky. Scruffy black hair that hadn't been brushed in who knows how many sweeps, a lanky body, and strange pants that went all the way up to his armpits. He was incredibly dorky, and she couldn't help but wax pale for him.Vow of Sadness (One-sided PorrimKankri fanfic) by ~SarcasmAndVerbose
Porrim didn't know how it started, but one day, out of nowhere, she couldn't help but take care of Kankri. She started trying harder when she pretended to listen to his sermons, she started feeling more defensive when people snapped at him, she started worrying about his safety. It was very overwhelming.
At first, he tried to ignore when she started trying to brush his hair or watch over him from a distance when he talked to his other friends, but, eventually, he started trying to reject it when she did actions like this. That's when she realized how pink and pale her feelings were. It was when he rejected her actions because of his vow of celibacy.
She knew he was only doing it for show, as a pretentious way of saying "I'm better than the rest of y