All Souls Day PrologueAll souls day: PrologueAll Souls Day Prologue by ~daughterofares97
It was running faster than any human could ever go. But not as fast as a car. The creature growled, spraying blood 'This was much easier when you humans were still learning how to crawl around in the mud.' It's ears pricked at the faint squeal of an engine in the distance. 'Well, I think it is time to go, let us see how you fare without me, little one.'
With a final burst of speed it catapulted itself out of harms reach and began to speed towards the sky, into the heavens (although perhaps it would have laughed at the irony of that sentence).
By rights the girl should be dead, but her strong, youthful heart still pumped blood which gushed from the gashes littering her body. She spun through the air, unconscious, locked inside her own body, as she had been for days. Her childish form smacked into the ground with the awful sound of crunching bone. She bounced twice, flailing like some hideous, bloodied puppet, until finally coming to a rest. Crimson blood oozed sl
What the centaur sawCommander Trouble Kelp of the Lower Elements Police was a courageous man. There were, of course, people he was wary of; Opal Koboi, Artemis Fowl and his bodyguard Butler, and of course Holly Short (that girl could really kick) But, like most brave men, Trubs had an arch nemesis, one so terrifying he felt like curling into a ball and hiding under the nearest table when greeted by this creature.What the centaur saw by ~daughterofares97
This was, of course, his mother.
Violet Kelp was as far from a beautiful, delicate flower as one can get. At 110 cm she was gargantuan (for a fairy at least) with shoulders broader than even her eldest son. The wooden rolling pin she wielded with the grace and skill only a true pro could muster did not help the matter one bit.
Of course, it had been a while since Trouble had borne the brunt of the wooden kitchen utensil, but it had not lost the terror factor. A fact dearest Trubs was rudely reminded of as he stepped into his apartment one evening to see Violet Kelp, rolling pin smacking persisten
The neverending nightmareEver since Wally West had acquired his super powers his parents had made sure to enjoy as many non-meta activities with him as possible. Perhaps this was why Barry Allen was surprised when Rudy West asked him to teach Kid Flash how to drive. But, if his nephew and sidekick- erm partner- needed his help, who was he to refuse?"The neverending nightmare by ~daughterofares97
The second the teen's foot hit the accelerator, however, the Flash knew he had been given a raw deal.
1) Slippery when wet:
"Wally, No! When the road is wet, slow down around corners"
"Oh relax, the tires are built to griiiiiiip!...Uncle Barry."
"I think I'm dead."
"Me too Kid."
2) Soft Shoulder:
"Wally, when a sign says 'Soft Shoulder' it means the side of the road is crumbly."
"Get your head of my shoulder and look at the road."
"But it's so soft..."
3) No right turn:
"Wally, no right turn means you can't turn that way!"
"It doesn't matter, we're fine."
"The people in the cars behind us aren't!"
"That's their fault. They