Words of Rebellion

Writing Prompt: "A rebel leader is captured and thrown into the dungeons. But instead of torturing or executing them, the king asks why they're revolting."   The rebel leader sat on a rusty metal chair with a dark hood over his head. His heart was beating fast and his breath was shaky. He didn't know... Continue Reading →

Wall Watchers

Writing Prompt: "They're out there," He told me. "Fields and fields of them. As far as the eye could see." I wasn't sure what he was talking about. He pointed our to the horizon, and I looked, but all I could see was...   ...a field of tall grass and wildflowers. "All I see is...grass,"... Continue Reading →

Fading Color

Writing Prompt: "You are a human on a spaceship crewed by aliens. As your hair dye begins to fade, your crewmates start to worry about your health."   "Please have a seat, Morgan," Dr. Tell said to me. "Yeah, sure, Doc. What's this all about?" I asked. I walked into the medical bay and took... Continue Reading →

Divine Protection

Writing Prompt: "On the run from mercenaries, a young girl stumbles into an old Greek temple and in a last ditch effort to save herself, begs for help from whichever god or goddess it belongs to. She didn't expect them to show up in person."   Elena ran through the streets as fast as she... Continue Reading →

One of the Many

Prompt: "You aren’t a great Hero or a mighty Mage, you’re not the Chosen One, Hell, you’re not even one of their beloved Companions. You’re just one of thousands of nameless footsoldiers just trying to survive the final battle." The life of an adventurer was never one I would willingly choose. Although it looks like... Continue Reading →

The Wicked Scepter (D&D)

Searching For Riffen Part 2 (D&D) Ms. Zaffre sat in her study with stray papers and open scrolls laid out before her. Some were proper stories written by adventurers and mages, while others were just scraps of parchment, barely eligible which just spoke of myths and legends. All of it was a bit of a spiderweb... Continue Reading →

The Frankenstein Project

Prompt: "Due to a lack of donors, you sacrificed your own heart for a young child. Years later, the child learned the secrets of life and death, and was determined to repay you." Situs inversus is a condition found in about one out of every ten thousand people. It's a medical condition where people are... Continue Reading →

Looking For Laura (Piece #500) (Republished)

Sorry for giving some people Déjà vu. I accidentally published an unfinished version of this piece yesterday, but after realizing my mistake, I pulled it. Here is the finished version. Again, sorry for the confusion, enjoy!   Meta Mash-Up (Piece #300) Original Prompt: "Your thrown-away characters from discarded stories or plotlines all get together in... Continue Reading →

The Legend of the Old Sword

Image Prompt by Egor Poskryakov    Outside of the village walls stands a small hill. This hill stands out from the other green hills of the rolling plain due to the mass of rocks at the very top. Within the mound is a sword plunged into it with a bit of red fabric which flaps in... Continue Reading →

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