“Se does that on purpose.” Sanzo’s murmur was barely audible as the priest bent his head to eye the dragon. “Stand up to hir right from the start, or se’ll run right over you.”
That sounded like the voice of experience. Though Hakkai couldn’t picture Sanzo being run over by anyone. Continue reading →
Demon, Janet decided, hair standing up on the back of her neck as the blue-furred, goat-headed giant slashed out again, snake-headed tail hissing. Twenty feet if it was an inch, with a massive blade to match, held as casually as a Marine would grip his K-Bar. Continue reading →
“Easy.” Kanzeon’s voice was gentler now; soothing, as se held out an arm for Hakuryuu to settle on and chirp sadly. “What you are now seems a bit impulsive, but it’s certainly viable. There’s no reason to think you’re evil, Cho Hakkai. Dangerous, yes. Continue reading →
A/N: And SG-1 gets a little forewarning….
Asuna jerked her head, one grim nod. –With Fuurinkazan’s help, the Knights of the Blood Oath can keep it too busy to summon reinforcements. Schmidt, Agil – if the Divine Dragon Alliance and your allied merchants can clear the mobs from this corridor, we’ll have a known line of retreat in case the damn thing has some way to fling a blind. Does everyone know who’s assigned to yank casualties out of the line of fire and potion them?- She waited for nods. –Good. We’ll start in an hour– Continue reading →
I swear, when I looked at these bugles, I said “Matte topaz nothing. That’s wood.”
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“General, I’ve ordered suicide watches posted. Many of these people act as if… no, they have just come out of combat. Computer-based or not. And all of them have been seriously dislocated from the reality they knew for the past two years. They need time to decompress. To figure out how things work in this world again.” Wry humor twitched Janet’s mouth. “Including bathrooms. Continue reading →
Upfront admission here: I look terrible in purple. As a color I love it, I just can’t wear it. So… this will have to be for someone who does look good in it.
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“It doesn’t make sense,” Sam protested. “If you’re going to use the game to teach them an offworld language, why not let them learn it unconsciously? And why give them swords and armor? If these are supposed to be SGC scenarios – it’s like sending people up against a tank with a paintball gun!” Continue reading →
This is a reply to Lindenare’s and Beth’s posts a few days back. You guys are awesome. SF bio, hee….
WARNING: In-depth discussion of biological fertility here. Should be PG-13 at most, but there will be technical language. Continue reading →
“Yet while some believed all the world was ranged against them,” Kayaba went on, “others refused to despair. They sought allies, even in the unlikeliest of forms….”
Another forest clearing, shadows stretching black with sunset. Kirito stood ready, long black coat blowing in a leaf-rustling wind, sword drawn but held low. Fuurinkazan was a loose, red-and-black armored diamond behind him, with the wary tension Janet had seen in Marines hoping that things weren’t about to turn bloody. Continue reading →