A community of Maximum Ride fans who need to take refuge from the fail of the official community.
The story enclosed within these pages is not one I have any hopes of you believing. In a world where reason reigns supreme, where common sense overrules the sixth, where you can see what’s real and trust your senses to indicate the true nature of the universe, it’s entirely reasonable for you to believe that some fantastic tale of an alternate dimension, a story that you cannot touch, is nonexistent.
And yet, there are still things about your world that you don’t understand,…Continue
Posted by Fake Fang on January 29, 2012 at 4:50am
An all powerful, all knowing, eternal entity beyond human perception or conception, forever bound to a set of predetermined laws that it doesn’t understand…formed from nothing, with no companions except for the clay figures it makes, infinitely inferior to it in terms of intelligence, incapable of understanding a single thought it has as it drifts through eternity, formless…it can create life, intelligence, and self awareness, and it can control the universe as it wills, but it can’t create…Continue
Shopkeeper Trader was bored.
She idly glanced around the shop, and sighed to herself as she waited for something to happen. Someone to enter the shop, someone to buy someone, someone to talk to her.
Part of the problem with running Needless Things, as she named the Shop, was that people weren’t exactly flocking inside constantly. After all, it technically didn’t normally exist spatially, only appearing when people were actively searching for it, whether they…Continue
The flock has just gotten back together, and Max and Fang are walking along a beach in southern North Carolina. All of a sudden, they find Lissa, the Red-Headed Wonder at a shop. She shrieks and runs over to them. Max and Fang are both wondering why she isn't in Virginia, but they really don't care. This is from Max's point of view.
Lissa looked at me in amazement as I…Continue
Mostly a reminder to make myself work on this project.
I am currently in the throes of a massive original writing project -- to wit, a trilogy of alternate history novels set in 1896 and 1875. Naturally, I am in need of names for characters and places, general stores and brands. Most of those I have already sorted.
The remaining factor is names, and for historical near-accuracy, I'm going to the Death Index to find them.
Mind you, the SSDI…Continue