Oh yey, this’ll be fun!
Kardak: “You know the thing about you Toa that irks me the most?” He said, holding the blade to Scarra’s neck, “You never learned to have any fun!”
- Kardak to Ordo and his team before killing Scarra
The turaga tried to rise from the floor, but the skakdi kicked him. He then leaned down, right next to the turaga’s mask. He only said one word, “Why?”
At first the skakdi was confused, but after a second… or was it a minute, he understood. He wasn’t as fast a thinker as he used to be, that was a problem which needed to be solved. The skakdi then removed the turaga’s mask, rendering him powerless and weak. Slowly, the turaga repeated his question,his voice distorted and fuzzy. The skakdi stood, admiring the mask, “Because I can.” He said.
“Yes, yes yes, but what do we do now?”
“We need to head north.”
“Yes but which direction is that?!”
“You were the one who lost the map.”
“How is it my fault? We’re in the same body!” Scarra accidentally put his weight on a small twig. Crrch. The thing noticed. “Shh, shut up.” The voices stopped talking. Then came laughter, lots of uncontrolled laughter. Scarra and Mereel stood still, not daring to make another sound.
“Oh! Oh! Come out Toa! I know you’re there! Are you here to lock me away, oh my!” It continued laughing. The two Toa remained still. The laughter stopped suddenly.
“Fine then. I suppose I could just guess where you are.” Scarra could hear a slight whirring sound, as though something were being charged up. “Oh yes, guessing is much more fun. I guess you’re right… Here!” a large Fwoom! erupted from the space just to the Toa’s left, quickly followed by an explosion and burning trees.
“Nope. Not there. Two more tries!” Fwoom! That time, the shot was closer. Whatever it was, Scarra could feel the heat. He supposed it was plasma… but what being could shoot plasma?
“Lucky number three!” The thing yelled. A bright light flashed right in front of Scarra’s eyes, and at the very last second, he forced Mereel to the ground as a burning ball of plasma soared overhead, almost instantly melting their armor, and burning through the trees. As it hit the ground it exploded, and another intense wave of heat was felt.
“Shame, it seems I just missed the two of you. Ah well, I guess it’s time for a real hunt.” Scarra heard the being walk off in the opposite direction. “You have a ten minute head start.” After a second the murderer paused. He walked back to the Toa. He picked them up off the ground, and Scarra could see the face of an insane murderer of hundreds. His armor was dark green, his spine was visibly sticking out of his back, and his smile was one that could fill Nui-Jaga with nightmares.
“I said, you have a head start.” He cocked his head to the side while Scarra and Mereel were frozen with fear. “That means run.” He dropped the two Toa and they did indeed run. They ran the entire way back to shore.
And that’s just Kardak. Admittedly, I could’ve written this better, but my excuse is that it was done mostly late at night and blah blah blah.
Alan: “I can’t think of any reason somebody
could have for what you are about to do, but it can’t possibly be worth the emotional weight of
murder. It. Will. Not. Help. I said that people like you don’t have consciences, because if it were
me, I would never be able to erase those memories. So prove me wrong. For the sake of
everything you have ever held dear, prove me wrong and do not pull that trigger because if you
do, you will lose everything, and you will prove I am right. Please, I don’t want to be right, not
now. Now, I need to be wrong. Prove me wrong.”
-Alan talking down a shooter at his school.
This was a story I made. I absolutely hated it because it was short, the main character was depressing, the premise was depressing, and there were three endings, two of which, were depressing.
“This is the part where I say I can get through this. This is where I say I believe in my ability to survive, that I have a future, and that I will matter. But, lying to myself has always been the hardest thing to do. Nobody truly understood how far humanity would fall in the apocalypse, and nobody was prepared for it. There are just too many of them, billions of them. There’s no way that we could stand a chance, not in the long run. Maybe I can last a year, five years, and if my luck persists, even ten, but it won’t matter how long I survive in this new hell. As long as we are so thinly spread, we have no hope of returning to our previous splendor.”
“I want to show you what a darkest hour truly looks like, and how, if possible, we come out of it.”
I dunno why I like this quote… I just do.
“The Toa Metru taught us about the hardships of being a new hero and a leader, the Toa
Mata, taught us about teamwork and corruption, and the Toa Inika taught us about hope and
sacrifice, while the Glatorians taught us about new beginnings and old endings. It is with these
lessons, and many more that we must carry on. We must uphold our legacy, and we must
continue to teach, as you have taught us.”
-BioRaiders532 in Dear BIONICLE
Oh wait, that’s me =P
“Oh. My. God. There must have been at least fifty-something walkers and all of them were after
me. How did it all get so screwed up? It doesn’t matter, maybe I can fight them off. But as I
looked around, I realized that I couldn’t.
I failed, I’m exhausted, every fiber of my being screams for me to just lie down and die. I
needed a miracle. I drew my sword anyway, might as well go out with a bang right? I steadied
my ground and prepared for the oncoming assault.
This is it, I thought, this is where I die.”
And that’s it! All my favorite quotes made by me that I’ve written down and can easily access. Yop.