|Things I am proud of|
Sunset: Epilogue Darkness…or at least, mostly darkness. Two objects hit the ground in the dark world, one with a thud, one with more of a ringing clink.Sunset: Epilogue by TheTyrant96
“Ahahahahaha…” Stan laughed softly as he propped himself up. “Hell yeah, man. That’s how it’s DONE! Oh crap, I shoulda said ‘I hope you brought sunscreen!’ or something. That woulda been WAY cooler. Haa…” he smiled as he looked at the small object that fell with him. Laying a few meters away was a small, orb, about the size of a marble, which radiated light all around it. It was true that the Demon had no form, but neither, technically, did light. And while you couldn’t DESTROY the Demon, but you sure could cage him.
Stan struggled to his feet and tried to walk over to it, but found himself panting on his hands and knees.
“Oh…oh shit…” he panted,
Sunset: Final Part: The End A city…a city at night. The Demon slunk along the street slowly, taking in the strange atmosphere that was Stanford Ammonra’s mind. A single street lead through the city, with buildings falling apart on each side. Each one looked like the remnant of some part of Stan’s life, with a childhood home, a school, and other strange locations lining the street. At the end of the path was a single building, a nightclub, lit up in fading neon lights. However, the most striking part of the city was a massive pillar of light, erupting from behind the club.Sunset: Final Part: The End by TheTyrant96
The Demon crept slowly up to the club, hearing the rhythmic music pulsating from inside. However, there was no line, no bouncer, just a door hanging off of its hinges, opening invitingly for the Demon.
Shoving it open, the Demon saw that the club was less alive then it had appeared from the outside. The dance floor was empty, the colored lights we
Sunset: Part Five: The Escape The Demon prowled angrily around the malfunctioning mirror in the center of the maze. Everything had been going smoothly, he had lined up an excellent set of warriors, he had forced them to push their limits, and he was SO CLOSE to finding the perfect host. But now, the mirror was broken and they were all probably conspiring against him. He had lost track of Zyx when the little child ran away too fast for even the butterfly to follow, and Ammonra’s damn soldier wasn’t even working for him anymore. But, it was all going to be okay. Everything was going to work out just fine. For sure. No way it couldn’t.Sunset: Part Five: The Escape by TheTyrant96
The Demon’s head snapped to attention as he heard movement coming from the maze. Finally, it was time. Squaring himself between the Mirror and the maze’s entrance, the Demon began to chuckle.
“Well, well, well, it took you long enough,” his voice slithered out, acid