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BlindedFalling,Blinded by ~CaptorBlood
Yet not allowed to die.
But not by this cloth that covers my eyes.
Blinded by rage.
Blinded by fear.
Burns below me,
A ravenous bear.
I can hear taunting,
And the enraged laughter,
Of the juggalo,
Reaching to be heard.
I can hear my friends,
Him to stop.
But I can not see them.
I am blinded.
Blinded by hatred.
Blinded by love.
A small world falls.
The fiery hell swallows it whole.
Liquid flames drip through the sky,
Burns the world,
Turns its once famous blue skies
Yet still it cries for more,
Like a hungry god,
Or an infant child.
But still I am blind to it.
Blinded by hope.
Blinded by loss.
I am stuck here,
In eternal hiatus.
I cannot see the way before me,
I am blinded.
Blinded by Justice.
Leprechaun Headcanons 1 - Civilization-1 civilization spread across a 14 planet system (planet 8 uninhabited) centered around one red giant starLeprechaun Headcanons 1 - Civilization by ~ZombieBunny999
-Biomes different from planet to planet, overall there are few forests, some grasslands, mostly moors and scrublands
-most of the vegetation is lichen/moss
-most natural creatures are small (rat-dog sized)
-No big carnivores, instead have large carnivorous plants/trees with limited mobility, able to set traps
Civilization is, on the whole, divided between large, walled cities and the people on the outside, who lived in anything from towns to tribes to nomadic groups.
There is no centralized government, cities and country groups rule themselves, although alliances and hostile takeovers are fairly common.
Generally, cities developed into something similar to human modern life, a bit more sci-fi. Space travel was a thing. Generally it focused more on genetic engineering than mechanical tech.
Outside the cities can vary greatly. On some planets it is mostly permanent villages of farme
One and OnlyCrowbar was having a terrible day.One and Only by ~ZombieBunny999
It seemed like the entire Felt had upped their usual bullshit to a new level of annoyance and general dickery.
Eggs and Biscuits had completely trashed the main hall, both Sawbuck and Itchy needed temporal retrieval after they had, respectively, walked into a door and pissed of Cans, Fin had decided to pants him while he was trying to have a serious meeting, and Die, usually one of the few fellow members he enjoyed the company of, was in one of his moods and had thrown a fit over some supposed slight from Trace. He knocked over the whole damn table while they were trying to eat, and stormed off into another timeline, not, as it turned out, before he had stuck a knife in the back of Trace's effigy.
Crowbar got into a hell of a fight with him after that. Die could be the most stubborn, bitter, and vengeful person sometimes, and Crowbar was already full of pent-up anger. He felt terrible, honestly. He meant to have a reasonable talk, but Die started yel
A tokenCrowbar had worked hard.A token by ~ZombieBunny999
For three days he had spent all his free time hunched over his desk, glancing back and forth from reference books and how-to guides to his secret project.
He wanted everything to be perfect.
Finally, with his fingers full of needle pricks and his desk a clutter of books and fabric, it was ready.
He found Die in the library, absorbed in some dusty old tome. He almost decided not to disturb him, but in the end was too excited to wait.
Standing right in front of his chair, hands clutching the small object behind his back, he said softly, "Die?"
The addressed jumped a bit at this sudden break of the silence, but seeing who it was brought a small smile to his face. Die stood up quickly, asking what was needed.
"Nothing," Crowbar replied. "I don't need anything, I just wanted to give you...this."
He held out the present.
It was a doll. A small, white, hand-stitched doll similar to the one Die always carried around, except this one bore a maroon seven emblazoned on it