Welcome to OOC. Out Of Context.
Recently, I just took a step back and started listening to my family talk. I began to realize just how many inside jokes we had. So I though I would make a TBOFC version 2.0.
This is where I will put one-liners or part of a conversation that makes absolutely no sense whatsoever without context. So all you get is what people said. Feel free to have fun in the comments and see if you can figure out what it means!
Talia Mako knows that secrecy is vital.
Keeping her abilities under wraps is absolutely necessary, and imperative for every superhuman (even if her friend Caster has something to say about it.). The government’s already bad enough, so who knows what they’d do if they discovered superpowers?
Talia doesn’t want to find out.
… Until she does.
Until a life-threatening incident and a quick slip-up exposes the realm of superhumans for good, and the damage can’t be undone.
Talia’s on her own — her life gets flipped around instantly, and she hates her new way of living. Stuck in one building — the complex of an organization called PowerGen — with about 35 other superhumans, she’s unable to do anything other than train and get taken in for experiments on the rare occasion.
She hates it. Hates it, hates it, hates it.
And yet there’s no going back. Only moving forward. Only changing the life she has now, even if she needs to climb over a mountain of doubt just to do so.
Because if she really wants to get out of here, she can’t stop at just anything.
This content contains depictions of violence, death, mentions of suicide, and moderate language, which may be disturbing for some readers. Viewer discretion advised.
"That the world is falling apart has long since been a dead issue. Everyone has heard of it. Those who have seen it know what reality is, those who haven't either believe it or not. Either way, no one really cares. Not even the apocalypse could make a difference. Those who are lucky enough to live well don't care about other people's misery or how the world collapses, not even if their own children will have no world to inherit, and regardless of how much power they have, they only use it for their own benefit, while bringing suffering to others. And the worst is, no matter what nightmarish old or new ideologies they use to justify their deeds, the flock will follow. In the end, the story is always the same."
This is the story of a broken world, relentless persecution and superstitious hatred, a war against the darkest horrors of the human soul, and the damned who oppose and never yield to fate. This is not a fairytale.
What to expect:
A deep dark medieval high-fantasy with elves, dwarves, fairies and demons, magic and swords, romance and hatred, and a post-apocalyptic world. This is not a fanfiction of any sort, it's an original story that popped out from my head, and it's very dear to me. I'll be really happy if you give it a try!
Please read the short "Good to know" chapter before you dive in!
Ira a famous singer was busy recording her new album when she received a text from school friends inviting her for reunion.
Ira was happy that she'll finally be able to meet her best friend Kiaan after years.
Without thinking twice she said yes and packed her bags.
What do you would happen when she finally meets KIaan?
"People don't vanish!" she shouted
"I am not sick! I know what I saw! Believe me or not!"
No one would believe her but she was determined. Not to prove her point but to find her best friend who had vanished away.
What happens when a young girl, Carol Terrin, finds herself struck in a storm of accusations, betrayals, lies and a whole lot of mysteries?
Trigger warnings PLEASE READ BEFORE STARTING:
After his best friend dies Kai writes diary entries to his friend every day. This won't show all of them. Just the interesting bits. I feel the need to add this. This story is based on my personal experience with topics like this which is very limited so I apologise if it's not super accurate and seems a bit unorganised.
This is more of a side project so there is no set update schedule
Shout out to Esfandiar C. Hale and my other idea Contributors (who you should check out!) for helping me with this!
Flowers drawn by: Kate Misra, Dymocs link:https://www.dymocks.com.au/books/?author=kate+misra
Grace and her small band of friends come across the mystery of a small prop plane that crashed in their town. However they soon discover that this was no freak accident...rather sabotage. Can this group use the power of friendship, love, and strength to unlock the mystery?