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Midnight. They always came at midnight. The chimes from the old grandfather clock in the den jolted Daniel out of his restless dreams. It wasn't the chimes that woke him so much as the knowledge that They were coming. It was the same horrifying ritual, every single night.


The room was illuminated by an eerie pale green glow. Three figures in haz-mat suits stood around his bed. One of them held a large briefcase, another held a gun, and the third--the apparent leader, from the way he acted--was making entries into a large handheld computer. Daniel tried to escape, to run, to even move, but some unseen force held him in place, as immobile as the bed itself. The leader looked up from his computer and signaled to the one holding the briefcase, who set the case down and began to open it. Daniel strained to see its contents, but couldn't from his position. If only he could move...


The leader reached forward, grabbed the bedcovers and--


The shrill blast of Daniel's alarm clock filled the room. He'd had that dream again, the same one he'd been having every night for nearly a month. Except that it didn't feel like a normal dream. It felt more like a memory, but one that had been partially forgotten. Anyway, Dan had more important things to worry about, so he pushed whatever it was aside for the moment. Today was the last day of school, finally. All he had to do was survive his last few final exams, and he'd be home free. He wasn't about to let a creepy dream get him down.




Dr. DiCaoz glanced over his biology classroom. "Is anybody still working on the final?" he asked tiredly. He paused for a moment, then said, "If everybody is finished, you may talk quietly amongst yourselves for the remainder of the period." As the class erupted in chatter, he went back to nursing his hangover.


Daniel loved his biology class. It wasn't just that he was good at it, or that it was the last class of the day. By some bit of luck or fate, he happened to be in the same class as his four closest friends, Gassan, David, Pammy, and Jake. Gassan, David, and Pammy had become absurdly popular since coming to high school. Gassan was Lebanese and therefore "exotic," David was a star swimmer, and Pammy was a cheerleader. In retrospect, popularity was an inevitability. To the other popular kids, Jake an avid follower of the Furry subculture (he called it a craze, but nobody else did) and Daniel, the introspective writer, were social liabilities. Still, Gassan, David, and Pam never let their newfound "friends" keep them away from Jake and Dan. Privately, Daniel was grateful that he had managed to befriend the four people who appeared to be immune to high school drama.


"So, what'd you guys think?" Pammy whispered.


"I'm pretty sure Dr. Di is a nutcase," Gassan answered quickly. He was met with a chorus of approval from his companions.


"Anyway," Pam continued, "are we having our annual Thank-God-The-Schoolyear's-Over party tonight?"


"I can't go," Jake said, "I've got a convention."


"I can't go either," said David, "My dad's taking me camping. He's on a back-to-nature kick."


"I'm visiting my grandma," Gassan said. Pammy rolled her eyes.


"Alright," she sighed, "when do you guys get back?"




"Sunday evening"


"Sunday, but it'll be late."


"So," Pammy continued, "is Monday night alright with everyone?"




The days passed quickly. By the time Monday arrived, he had gone an entire weekend without his mysterious dreams. He was mostly relieved, but part of him wished the visitors would come back so he could find out what they were up to.


The streets were charged with an eerie calm. A summer storm was coming. As Daniel reached Pam's door, he couldn't help but feel a strange foreboding. Something was decidedly wrong. He rang the bell.


"Come in," called Pammy. Dan opened the door and found friend sitting on the floor in a tidy circle. They were all staring at him, an unsettling hunger in their eyes. "We are playing Truth or Dare," Pammy intoned mechanically. "Please, join us. Truth or Dare?"


"Please choose Dare," Gassan said, in the same unearthly voice.


"The Truth is never any fun," agreed David, still in the same tone. Throughout the exchange, none of the four took their eyes off of Daniel.


"Is everything alright?" he asked. "You all seem...different."


Pammy answered in the same monotone as before: "We are collectively unnerved at a series of recurring dreams we have been having. Perhaps you too are experiencing these visions?"


"Yeah," Dan said, "but I'm not acting that weird about it."


"Perhaps," Pammy said, "All will be made more clear if you answer this simple question: Truth...or Dare?"

Written by Zodiac on 31 May 2008

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The sound of the clock ticking filled the air as the young man sat opposite the desk of an older balding gentlemen, nervously adjusting his tie as his boss looked over the stack of papers that had been on his desk. "So the scientific ethics and health committee has looked over your request for expedited human testing of your matter teleportation device," the older gentlemen said. "They are happy to inform you that they will be flying in for a live demonstration of your machine, and pending evaluation you will be cleared to begin phase three human trials within two months."


"I can't believe it Craig!" Daniel nearly shouted in joy before he quickly regained his composure. "I mean I've already proven that this thing works on our phase two trials, I just didn't think they would actually abbreviate our trial schedule for it. If we succeed here we can bring our product to market within the next year."


"Well it's all due to the hard work of you and your team for sure," Craig responded as he handed the eager young man a thick folder. "I wouldn't worry too much about that time table, the reason we even have such a long phase trial time is due to our pharmaceutical division. Just make sure you put on a good show, we only get one shot at this and if they deny our proposal then we're going to have to wait the full two years until we can bring it to phase three."


Daniel reassured his boss that he wouldn't let him down and then let out a string of appreciations as he shook the other man's hand. As soon as he left the office he went straight to the lab and shared the good news, which drew a round of cheers and celebration from all the technicians involved in the project. Once they had finished their calculations for the day they held an impromptu party, which lasted long into the night before everyone either drove home or in some cases took a taxi. Soon the only things left in the lab were the remains of such festivities and Daniel himself, who labored over the glowing screens connected to one of the platforms that served as their matter teleportation module.


"Alright, so all the diagnostics are a go," Daniel muttered to himself as he watched the lines of code flicker by. "Fusion core is stable and at one hundred percent efficiency, tungsten coils charged, quantum particles locked..." suddenly the screen turned red as a warning flashed across the screen that coordinates failed to lock and internal calibration was required. "Not this again! Why is it always the last step that causes the most problems?"


Daniel sighed and took off his tie before he grabbed his toolbox and walked up onto the platform. A light haze of smoke from the liquid nitrogen tanks coiled around him as he opened one of the panels and looked at the crystal array that was housed underneath. For him it hadn't been the first time he was in this predicament, one of the problems he had been trying to solve was the stability of the matrix that told the matter where it would be redirected too. It was nefarious for becoming out of sync, and when he looked at the positioning compared to the computer screen he found it to be a similar case.


"Great, that's another fifteen minutes of waiting for realignment," he grumbled as he set the gears to relocate the crystals. He watched as the spires of glimmering stone began to shift and rotate for a few seconds, then shut the panel and began to screw it back into place. Before he could finish the last one however he heard the loudspeaker announce that the coordinates were locked and the machine was about to fire. Daniel felt his stomach drop into his feet as he heard the machine revving up to rip apart every molecule in his body and sent to a location that he hadn't even specified, which shouldn't have been possible since the only other platform in existence wasn't even charged yet.

Written by Serathin on 15 January 2017

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"Someone help!" he shouted in vain as he began to run towards the abort switch, only to feel his momentum cease as his body felt like it had begun to float. His cries grew quiet as his body shimmered and shifted, losing cohesion as the dynamos on either side of the machine glowed a bright white. When the countdown reached zero all the lights in the lab flickered out as an intense flash filled the room, followed by darkness. A few minutes later the power flickered to life, which revealed a completely empty platform as the computer screen chirped with the words 'Transfer Complete' flashing on it.


Daniel found himself floating, his consciousness slowly returning to him as his mind rebooted. Very quickly the events that had transpired came back to him and he realized he had just been transported somewhere other than the platform that was only few feet away from his origin. It was also possible, he realized, that he could be nowhere at all. Luckily no matter where he was it wouldn't be for long, part of the failsafes that had been built into the machine was that after eight hours if nothing appeared on the other pad the transferred matter would return to its original destination in the condition that it left. Of course he had no idea what that meant for him at the current time, especially as he felt a burning sensation in his lungs. When it grew more intense he also realized that the nothingness he floated in felt very... wet, and when he twisted his body around in sudden realization he could feel the water he was surrounded by shift around him.


After a few seconds of frantic looking around he saw a shimmering light and decided that was the best place to go to and began to swim, bubbles escaping him as he made a frantic push towards what he hoped was the surface. When his head finally broke into the air he let out a deep gasp and filled his lungs with fresh oxygen to abate the burning in his chest. When he finally got his breathing under control he looked around as he treaded water and when he saw a moonlit shoreline not too far away he started to paddle towards it. As he continued to move he was surprised at the ease of his movements through the water, normally he was not a very adept swimmer and had trouble treading water but at the moment he easily kept his head above the surface as he made his way to land.


When he finally reached the shore though he flopped onto his side and panted heavily from the exertion of the swim. The cold water seemed to have numbed his skin, he thought to himself as he laid there, as he felt the smooth stones of the beach press against him but not uncomfortably so. His mind raced with questions as he regained his composure; how did the teleporter send him somewhere that wasn't quantum entangled, and where exactly was he now? Wherever he was it was further then they had ever gone before, especially since there were no large bodies of water near their lab that he could think of.


As Daniel contemplated his situation he suddenly heard the crunch of footsteps coming towards him and he breathed a sigh of relief at the thought of someone coming that he could ask about his location and whereabouts. When the sound stopped only a few feet from him he slowly opened his eyes and looked up, only to have his eyes grow wide as he saw what stared down at him. An ear-piercing scream shattered the otherwise silent air as Daniel shifted backwards as fast as he could, landing on his back and causing him to cry out in pain as well as the creature looked at him with bewildered confusion until he finally stopped shouting and pointed at him. "It's a... a... you're a..." Daniel stammered before it interrupted him.

Written by Serathin on 28 January 2017

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"A dragon, yes," the reptilian creature finished Daniel's sentence as it sat on its hind legs and rubbed his forepaws against his ear fins. "Also deaf potentially, is a blood-curdling scream how you greet everyone or are you in some sort of distress?" All Daniel could do was stare at the dragon that sat in front of him; the creature looked every bit like in the fantasy stories he had read when he was younger except instead of a picture this was in real life. Ocean blue scales glinted in the moonlight as its tail waved about lazily in the air, his eyes a stormy grey that took up the entire scalera save for reptilian slits for pupils that dilated slightly as it looked at him.


Daniel put the hand that had previously pointed at the dragon and put it against his head as he shook it, and for the first time since he had emerged from the water he realized that something was off about the way his skin felt against itself. His heart rate, which had just started to return to normal, spiked once again when he looked down at his hand and saw something far different than the human hand he was used to. He watched in shock as the three thick toes of a draconic forepaw wiggled when he told them too, the strange muscles underneath the bright amethyst scales flexed as the tip of one of the thick claws tapped against them. "This... this isn't real..." Daniel managed to say as his eyes traveled up the scaly forelimb where what used to be his elbow bent at an angle previously unnatural to him.


With the sudden realization the former human quickly became aware of other changes he had previously missed in his previous panicked state. The pain he realized he felt as he laid on his back had been because he had pinched a leathery wing between himself and the ground which immediately flared out as he bolted up onto his feet. The other dragon continued to sit and watch with a look of mild confusion and slight amusement as Daniel turned his longer neck around and gasped as he saw the tail attached to him that swayed with a motion he could feel all the way up his spine, then turned himself around in circles in an effort to see where it attached. Daniel heard the other dragon say something but he was so lost in his own self-discovery he didn't even understand what was said as he crawled over to the water's edge and looked down at his own reflection.


The face of a dragon stared back at Daniel from the surface of the water, emerald eyes blinking when he did as his gasp showed off his sharp fangs and thick tongue. Unlike the other dragon that was still watching him though he had a mane of black hair that was framed by a pair of white horns that swept back. "It can't be... I'm a dragon..." Daniel stammered as he brought a clawed forepaw up to his face just to see the reflection do the same. "How could something like this have possibly happened?!"


"Well when a girl dragon and boy dragon like each other very much they create an egg that you later hactched from," the blue-scaled dragon chided as it finally got up on all fours and padded over to the still distraught Daniel. "Seriously though you're starting to freak me out here. I'm beginning to wonder if it's possible to hit your head so hard on water that you have species amnesia? Of course I did see you take a dive pretty hard into the bay, so if you want I can go and get a doctor to come out here and take a look at you."


Daniel's head swam with questions as he listened to the other dragon talk, only to snap back to the present situation when he realized that it had stopped talking to await his response. "No... no I think I'm fine," he managed to say. He knew that no doctor, dragon or otherwise, would likely be able to solve his problem and such a story might rouse the wrong kind of suspicion. Somehow his teleporter had transported him to a different world where he now inhabited the body of a dragon, it would be up to him to find out not only why but how to reverse the situation.

Written by Serathin on 09 February 2017

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"Well if you're fine we should probably get back to the festivities," the blue dragon said as he turned to head back up the coast. "I'm Rylac by the way, since now you seem calm enough to actually register my name."


"Oh..." Daniel replied. "I'm Daniel."


"That's a pretty name," Rylac complimented as he started to walk. "Pleasure to meet you Danielle."


"Actually it's-" Daniel's sentence was cut short as he stood up on his four legs and took one step forward before he crashed back down on the rocks. Rylac looked back at him as took his splayed out forelimbs and got back to his feet and started to walk, still feeling his legs shake slightly as he quickly learned how to walk on all fours. After the blue-scaled dragon asked once again if he was okay, which Daniel responded with a short nod as they once more walked down the moonlit beach around the rocky shore.


They padded over the stony beach in silence, which gave Daniel ample time to think about his current predicament and what on earth actually happened. With little information to go on the possibilities were near endless; all he knew was that dragons exist and he had somehow become one. His first thought was that the machine had somehow transformed him, but he quickly dismissed it since it wouldn't explain Rylac and plus it would have broken several scientific laws of matter and energy conversion. From the story that the other dragon had given him his mind turned to the possibility that he was having an out of body experience... and then his thoughts turned darker as he speculated the teleporter had ripped him apart and he was now dead and this was his neuron's trying to cope with his violent end.


As they passed by one particularly tall cliff face all those thoughts suddenly became background noise as Daniel's jaw dropped open in amazement. He looked out on a wide street lined with buildings and stalls that were decorated with lights and other ornaments as the whole scene was illuminated by street lamps. He would have sworn he had just walked onto any normal city street save for the fact the entire area was populated with dragons. There were no cars or other types of vehicles, though with wings one would not require such a thing he mused as they walked through the main gate and into the crowd, but there were many things that reminded him of where he had come from. He even saw two smaller dragons playing a modified version of a popular dancing arcade game, their tails flicking in the air as their heads swayed to the music.


"This is incredible," Daniel exclaimed as he walked by several stalls in awe.


"It's not bad as far as small towns go," Rylac stated with a shrug. "You've obviously never seen one of the big cities party, the fireworks display alone for some of them would blow your mind. Of course when it comes to the celebration to the standing of our peace agreement it's something that definitely deserves the fanfare."


"Peace agreement?" Daniel asked. With some careful digging he found out that centuries ago humanity and dragons struck an accord concerning the division of resources before they went to wore upon the discovery of a new continent. The dragons were all relocated there and the humans stayed where they were, and with an ocean separating them both species were allowed to flourish instead of a bloody war that could have eradicated one of them.

Written by Serathin on 17 February 2017

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Slowly a theory was constructed in the scientist's head, and after a bit more inquiry to the technology level of both their and human society it became even clearer. He mused that the world he lived in and the one he was in now was part of a temporal multiverse and when the teleporation crystals were readjusted they locked onto a similar project that was happening in this universe. It made him feel a bit giddy at the potential possibility that this meant for his machine, but it was tempered by the realization he still didn't have a way back to his own world and he was still a dragon... unless of course his recall failsafe still worked. If it did then he would be transported back to his own domain within a matter of hours when the machine recharged and brought him back.


Daniel was so enraptured with his new theory he hardly noticed that a red scaled dragon had been trying to get his attention for nearly a minute until a sharp jab in his side caused him to look at Rylac, then at the vendor. "I was noticing that you were staring at my necklaces," he said as he held up the polished stone that did impressively seem to wrap around itself. "Pretty young girl like yourself should have one of these around her neck. Special festival discount for you too if you and your boyfriend both get one."


"Wha?" Daniel asked in confusion. "I'm not a-" the words suddenly caught in his throat as the thought crossed his mind, was a different gender really such a stretch when he's already switched to a completely different species. His vision began to spin as he twisted his body around to check, which caused both Rylac and the vendor to look at him with confusion and embarrassment as he confirmed that the vendor was correct in his observations. "Holy crap I'm a girl..."


"Uh, we'll take both of them," Rylac suddenly chimed in as he took one of his forelimbs and fished out a card from the pocket of a wrist satchel he wore. As he handed it to the vendor to make the purchase Daniel sat down on the soft pavement, which took several tries as he realized he had to do it with a completely different set of muscles then he was used too. He began to wonder what would happen if his recall failsafe failed, how would he live in such a place? What would he do with this strange new body he was in?


Daniel felt a weight around his neck scales as he looked down to see the necklace of stone get draped around his shoulders before Rylac sat down next to him. "Well that was certainly quite the show," he stated, which caused the former human to feel flush with shame. "I'm fairly certain one does not just forget that they're a dragon and that they're female, so either you need to go to a hospital immediately or you need to tell me what's going on with you."


"I really don't think I have to tell you anything," Daniel retorted at the other dragon's intrusive questioning, though as he looked up and saw Rylac's disapproval on his face he apologized. "I just... don't think you'd believe even if I told you. Plus it's kind of a long story..."


"Well I'm all about a good story," the blue-scaled dragon said as he motioned for them to leave. "Why don't I treat you to a meal and you treat me to this explanation of yours. Something tells me we're going to want drinks on this one...

Written by Serathin on 25 February 2017

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About an hour later the two dragons sat outside a diner that was running a special during the festival, Daniel slurping noodles noisily as he got used to eating like a dragon. There were no chairs and the tables were specifically lowered to accommodate when they sat on their haunches. Throughout the last hour or so Daniel had told Rylac everything; from the teleportation machine that he had built to the misfire and then waking up in the body of the female dragon. The male's eyes widened a little bit with each passing sentence and when Daniel was finally finished the blue-scaled dragon just stared at him with his mouth hanging open.
"That's... quite the story," Rylac finally commented as he watched Daniel continue to fumble about with his chopsticks as he ate. "So you're saying you were human in a realm where dragons no longer existed, and somehow you got transported to this realm and became a dragoness?"


Daniel nodded and swallowed the food he finally managed to get into his maw. "I'm not exactly sure why I'm a dragon or female," he corrected. "All I know is that my machine locked onto these coordinates for some reason which caused the misfire."


"Well that would certainly explain all the confusion at the beach," Rylac replied as he took a napkin and wiped the broth off of Daniel's face, which caused the other dragon to blush. "So I suppose the next logical question would be what you're going to do now that you're here? I mean if your machine created this body for you when you got here that means that you never existed in this realm up to a few hours ago."


"I'm actually hoping a failsafe I built into the system activates," Daniel explained. "When it does I'll be transported back to my realm and I suppose I'll disappear from this one. If it doesn't happen... well, I suppose I can jump off that bridge when I get to it. I'm just glad that I met someone like you on the beach, I don't know what would have happened to me if I had to explore this place by myself."


Rylac stood up suddenly which caused Daniel to stop mid-slurp, watching as the male dragon motioned for him to follow. "Where are we going?" he asked, which caused Rylac to grin.


"Well from your estimation you only have a few hours left until you get snapped back to your realm," he replied. "I want to make sure you experience everything that this realm has to offer for a beautiful dragoness such as yourself. Fortunately for you I know how to have a good time in this town, so I'm going to make sure you do as well. Now come on, the night is young and we have a lot to do."

Written by Serathin on 07 March 2017

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"Are we almost there?" Daniel huffed as they pushed through yet another thicket, groaning in displeasure though the tines brushed harmlessly off his scales as they continued to walk upwards. Rylac just grinned back down at him and continued onwards through the dark forest. Half an hour ago they had just finished participating in what he could only describe as a danceclub when the blue-scaled dragon suggested that they go someone private, which Daniel agreed to eagerly. Now he began to wonder about his decision as they continued their march.


Finally the coverage broke and the two dragons stood on the edge of a grassy cliff, the waves of the bay crashed against the rocky beach below as the vibrant colors of the sky reflected off the water. From the brightening of the sky Daniel realized that the sun would be up soon and that they had prime seats to watch it do so. She asked why they had to hike through the forest instead of just flying to this locale, to which Rylac replied that it was next to impossible to find this place in the air. As they sat down the male dragon took the rucksack from around his neck and took out a few bits of food for them to munch on as they watched.


"It's beautiful," Daniel commented as he ate his snack, sighing contently as he did so. As he contemplated his imminent departure he began to dwell on his human life. Though he was a brilliant scientist he had let his work take over his life and as a result his home was a lonely one. Even his co-workers were little more than that and piled on with the stress of the work made for interactions to be strictly business and at a minimum. For the first time since he entered college he felt like he could take a breath, which caused him some slight embarrassment that he had to become a dragon to do so.


"It almost doesn't make me want to go," Daniel admitted as she rested her body against Rylac, feeling tired.


"I can honestly say I feel the same way," Rylac responded, looking down and smiling as Daniel stared up at him. "I never really allowed anyone to get close in my travels, but seeing you there acting all crazy on the beach made me want to help you. It felt... good, letting someone in again. it doesn't hurt that it's someone as beautiful as you are."


Daniel felt himself blush at the compliment, but as he pressed against him even more he could feel his eyes droop and his mind start to swim. As the sun peeked over the horizon and shined on his scales he realized that he was being pulled back to his own realm by the machine. He squeezed his eyes shut as he felt an intense vertigo and a pulling sensation on his psyche, but instead of following it back to his male human body he struggled to stay in his draconic body. In the background he could hear Rylac's voice but it sounded like he was underwater as he stubbornly refused to leave his new life. It was the potential for a fresh start, one filled with the love and care of these wonderful creatures and if he had to be a female dragon to have it then so be it!


There was a sudden feeling of whiplash from the jerk on his psyche and for a second he felt like he was floating in the dark nothingness before the feeling returned to his body and the dizziness faded. When he opened his eyes again he expected to see himself back on the teleportation platform, but what he saw instead was the glittering scales of the blue-scaled dragon that looked at him in concern. "I did it..." Daniel said in awe as he looked down at his... well, he guessed he had better get started using the feminine now, her body to find everything still as it was. "I felt the failsafe pull me back and I guess I somehow shook it off, which means I'm a dragoness now."


"Welcome to the species then," Rylac stated in befuddled amazement as a smile crept across his muzzle. "Of course you're going to need someone to show you the ropes, not to mention get you established here. Luckily I can help, but it's going to take a lot of hours before-" Rylac was interrupted as Daniel leaned forward and planted a kiss on his muzzle, which took the dragon by surprise as the dragoness pulled away.


"Thank you Rylac," Daniel said before she turned her head towards the bay. "Now if you don't mind I've had these wings all night and I'm itching to finally use them." Rylac smiled even more and hopped off the cliff, flaring his wings out wide to catch the air before he glided outward, Daniel following right behind as the two dragons flew out into the sunrise.

Written by Serathin on 18 March 2017

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Meanwhile in Daniel's realm several researchers were pouring over the data in the memory banks of their teleportation machine. As soon as they came into the facility that morning they knew something was wrong and after a short diagnostic they realized the machine had been activated but had not resolved its teleportation cycle completely. When they looked through the coordinates the information they found was something they had never seen before, which prompted them to do a full study on the recent logs. After a little less than an hour of their investigation however a new program booted up and the machine's dynamos charged themselves once again.


The researchers scattered to places of safety as once again the machine flashed with an intense light that illuminated the room before the overload killed the lights and plunged it into darkness. Everyone waited silently for the back-up generators to kick in, and once they did the overhead panels flickered to life once again. As they cautiously made their way back into the central testing chamber they quickly saw that they were no longer the only ones that were in there. "Oh my God, it's Daniel!" one of them shouted as they all rushed toward the staggering human.


"Wh...where am I?" Daniel asked as he looked around in confusion.
"You're back in the lab," a female researcher said as they helped the staggering scientist down to one of the nearby chairs. "The machine misfired and tried to teleport you somewhere that didn't exist, but luckily the failsafe kicked in and brought you back."


"Brought... me back..." Daniel said before his eyes lit up in realization. "I remember now! I was flying through the air with a device I had been working on when I suddenly lost control, and when I came too it was like I was a passenger in my own body and this 'Daniel' was there and he met Rylac and then... he didn't want to leave..."


The other scientists looked at each other in confusion as what sounded like a growl escaped from Daniel's throat as he looked at all of them and pointed back at the machine. "Do you humans know how to operate that?" he asked, which caused them all to nod. "Good, we're going to reactivate it and I'm going to rip that thief out of my body and reclaim it as my own, even if it's the last thing I do!"

Written by Serathin on 28 March 2017

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