Rock block giants fictionspawn Aak

Army of Giants

“I told you, nothing is unreachable!” Marshal grinned.

“We still have some blocks to climb, though,” John replied catching breath.

“Always so negative,” Marshal laughed. “We’re already…”

One of the blocks moved in a distance. It rose. Two red eyes shone towards them. A stone giant of cubic shapes, just like the blocks around them. Like the one underneath them. Another stood up. Then another. And another.

“We got to get away from here…”

Two red eyes lit on the rock in front. The ground under their feet trembled…

Lost fictionspawn Aak

Lost

The sun was piercing through the morning mist, the world awaking. Little birds were singing, insects looking for the day’s first meal. A little butterfly was coming straight towards him. It was surrounded by a strange glow. Magic. 

It flew up in front of his face and stopped in mid air. Hovered for a while. He rubbed his eyes, opened them again.

It had the the face and body of the most beautiful girl he had ever seen. Her naked body shone of sensuality and lust. She stared at him with intense, big eyes.

-What… What are you? He stuttered.

-I was about to ask you the same thing, she answered, smiling a curious little smile. -What are you doing here?

He didn’t know what to say. What was he doing there? What happened last night? He didn’t remember much, but it sure had been fun. He looked around. He was in some overgrown garden. He couldn’t tell where.

-I… I guess I’m lost, he said.

-You look lost, she chuckled. Her words sunk into his hung over nerves, like she was telling him a deep truth about his life.

Giant snake Aak fictionspawn

Venom

-Welcome, stranger… The giant snake said, hissing a long, threatening sound. -How can I help you?

-You can’t, Sir Rodrik shouted. -You’ll be dead before night falls.

The snake looked at him with curious eyes. The little night was armed with a sword, but didn’t seem like much.

-Others have tried before you, little knight, she hissed with venomous friendliness -I’ll be happy to accompany you in your little quest for fortune.

Sir Rodrik forced his horse forward, as it nervously struggled…

City destructiuon Aak fictionspawn

Dust in the Wind

He got into a hotel. ran up the stairs. He fought his way past screaming guests and staff, climbed the fence to get further.

The dust got thicker. People more scarce. A piccolo coughing in a corner. A cleaner crying, praying.

He covered his mouth with his shirt, his lungs could hardly breath. Some shadows running by, screaming, coughing. Falling bricks and blocks crushing their way towards the ground.

Somewhere above daylight pierced through the concrete fog surrounding him.

Above him floated a monster, a ghostlike female of destruction. She stared into nothing, beyond it all, as if she was longing, searching for something that wasn’t there.

Food Chain

The cave was tall and dark, and he was waiting for some sign of life. There was nothing. After a while he said a loud “hello”.

There was no answer. Hello, he said again. Do  have any food to spare?

“We don’t give at the doorsssssss” He heard from the darkness.

“The liquid is more toxic than ever. There’s hardly life left. No life , no food. I’m starving!”

“Go away….”

Thung too a deep breath. “Come out, or I’m coming in.”

“Hissssssss…”

He wasn’t sure if it was a hiss of fear or laughter. His whip hand rolled out, and he took a step forward. Another. A third. He entered the cave.

“Hisssssss….” He heard it closer… (more)

A troll in a cave holding three humans Aak fictionspawn

The Troll Who Sang a Song

-Hey! I’ll make you a deal, said Espen from the troll’s hand. Let’s have a singing contest. If you can sing louder and stronger than me, we’ll not only let you eat us, but we’ll even prepare ourselves as the most pleasant meal you’ll ever have. You see, I’m the head chef of the King’s kitchen, and these two are my main assistants.

-What? We’re not – Ouch!

The Ashlad kept talking as his brother Per held his leg. -If you lose, well, you’ll just eat us as you always eat humans.

The troll rubbed his beard for a long while. He tried to figure out why the little creatures would go into such a bet, but soon he forgot all about it. He did want to find out what kind of meal these three cooks could create…