Hello, CPASC readers and staff. I would like to put forwards an idea that I have had for quite some time now. I have wondered whether it would go down well, but I decided to try it out anyways. So, here’s Splashy’s idea.
I’ve really gotten inactive, and I aplogize for that. Anyway, this story is based on a game called Minecraft. It’s a block/3D game where you get to fight monsters at night(or in other words, they spawn in a dark place, like the Caves), and this rumor called ‘Herobrine’ is a killer. And btw, I decided to abandon the World war 2 story. So now, onto the story down below.
I began writing this part a bit earlier than I expected, which is pretty good for me as it will allow me to get out the story a bit sooner than expected. Well, let us begin Part 2 of The Demise. Also, like Becca did, I will show the last few sentences of the last part so people will understand where the story is currently taking place and what is happening. Here is a follow-up of Part 1:
The man without the gun inched closer to Nicholas. He seemed to have an intrigued look on his face.
“No. We will not kill this boy. Did you see what he was able to do to our troops? Instead of killing him, we will take him in. A form of advanced recruiting, you might say.”
The men around him nodded in agreement.
“Good. Now then, Lieutenant Jack, radio in for a medic,” the man said with a sly smile. “We have some work to do.”
Hey, people! I’m back with the first chapter of my next story, titled simply “The Prince.” I hope you enjoy it! Remember that even though the whole chapter is in first person, two different people are speaking (after the line, the story will be from the point of view of another person).
Though the beginning of this story is similar to the one of the Symbol of Innocence, the rest of the story is nothing like it.
Hello everybody, and welcome to the 2nd part of the Operation: Destroy ACP saga. I have decided to have 2 stories on the go, this one alongside Plazmatic Penguin. I am doing this because PP is not as much of a success as I thought it’d be, so I decided to make a sequel to my blockbuster debut story. So, without further adieu (or however you spell it), let the sequel begin.