edge of shadows

Choose Your Mistakes #3

Part three of the interactive fanfiction, Choose Your Mistakes. Please check the FAQ and the Setting Info if you haven’t already, and be sure to make your choice below.

Originally posted by cryptictalk

You chose to run home. This was too weird, better safe than sorry.

“Yeah, you know what? You do that. You stay exactly there,” You said, stepping onto the street to move around him. “Don’t move at all. That would be great.” The man shrugged, still grinning like there was a joke I didn’t get.
“Please, be my guest. You wont stay away from me for long.”
You edged carefully around the shadow of the extinguished streetlight, and the green haired man lurking beneath it, not trusting him to leave you alone. You kept glancing back as you walked away, waiting for him to move, but he only lurched from one side to the other. Once you were satisfied that you were far enough away, you broke into a jog. You couldn’t get home fast enough, this was just too weird. Besides, it was getting darker.

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Edgy Lost Hedghog
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Edgy Lost Hedghog

According to Sonic, Shadow is nothing but an Edgy lost hedgehog, cant really disagree there can we?

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Giant

high school supercorp au. kara struggling to keep her superpowers at bay around the pretty super nerd. kara hasn’t grown into her hero image yet & lena hasn’t grown into her name.

There’s a giant leading me to God knows where
I’ve got news, I’m going my way
Fighting, and I feel I’m getting somewhere
All is right, all is right.

From high atop the water tower on the very edge of town, a shadow sat, pushing up her glasses as they fell slightly down the bridge of her nose. Just below, an entire city stretched out toward the sea, the lights bleeding into it, which then bled into the horizon, into the very sky itself. Down by the boardwalk, someone was throwing away old bread and cotton candy while the gulls gulped them down with contented caws that got lodged in their noses. The smell of the freshly cut, end-of-summer lawns wafted through the night, perfuming the last night of summer break perfectly.

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