as you can see, fanfiction
probably going to be working on this for a while
i made it non-fandom-friendly, so even people that don't understand Undertale can read it.
True Pacifist 11 You tell yourself you would be okay. You tell yourself this was the right thing to do. You feel bad for leaving Toriel behind, but you can't stay here. No one would ever accept you. You are a human among monsters. Or, as they might see it, a monster among humans.True Pacifist 11 by Anrisa
As you make your way down the stairs, you feel your determination growing. You step carefully, hoping to not make too much noise. You freeze as you spot Toriel ahead of you. You hadn't expected to see her down here.
She seems to sense you coming, because she begins to speak as you approach.
"You wish to know how to return 'home,' do you not?"
You nod silently and wring your hands. She turns to you and looks at you calmly.
"Ahead of us lies the end of the ruins; a one-way exit to the rest of the underground." Her face turns ser
True Pacifist 10 The smell of something delicious reaches your nose as you enter the house. Your eyes are still puffy from crying, but the smell brings a smile to your face. It is the scent of butterscotch and cinnamon.True Pacifist 10 by Anrisa
Toriel smiles and turns to you. "Do you smell that?"
You nod, wiping your eyes.
"Surprise! I made you a cinnamon butterscotch pie!" She kneels down in front of you and hugs you gently as you continue to wipe your eyes. You feel yourself giggle. You feel very relieved to be with someone at least slightly familiar.
She stands up again and squeezes your hand. "I thought the pie would be a nice way to celebrate your arrival. I want you to have a nice time living here."
Living here? You frown, confused. But Toriel seems to not notice.
"Here, I have another s
True Pacifist 9 You feel like you are falling forever. You want to open your eyes to make sure you hadn't fallen into some alternate dimensional void, but before you can, you hear the crunch of leaves, letting you know you've hit the floor below. You expected to land on your feet, but were glad that you hadn't.True Pacifist 9 by Anrisa
You sit up and look around. The switch is on the wall next to you. Simple enough. You grab the switch and try to pull it down. It's a little stiff, so it takes a bit of effort.
A sound behind you makes you jump. You turn to see a figure covered in a white bed sheet. You sigh in relief as you realize it's that ghost from before.
"Oh. I didn't think anyone would be here either," he says. "I was walking along and fell in this hole. Now I' not sure if I can get up."
You tell him that you thought ghosts were able to fly.
True Pacifist 8 Two choices lie ahead of you - a room ahead of you, and a room to the left. Something draws you to the room directly ahead. It must be that strange smell.True Pacifist 8 by Anrisa
Within this room, two large cobwebs adorn the walls. You gulp. Cobwebs mean spiders. But you don't see any right away.
A sign sits in the center, seemingly in front of the webs. Its written in ornate script. You appreciate the writing for a moment - the beautiful curves and curls fill your mind with images of vines and flowers. You think of an old house covered in ivy and how peaceful it would be. It might be next to a brook where frogs nest in the spring...frog...spider...oh wait a second.
You snap back to the present and actually read what the sign says:
"Spider bake sale! All proceeds go to real spiders."
Your eyes grow wide. Spid
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Also, here are some things I like beyond all logical reason:
3) Doctor Who
4) Guin Saga
6) .hack//SIGN, //Infection, //Mutation, //Outbreak, //Quarentine
7) The Hunger Games series
8) Code Lyoko