6:605 The Second Change by
That – night? – he remembered his dreams more clearly. He thought he saw a figure, invisible inside its protective suit, standing by the bed, writing on a clipboard. It must have opened the drapes. As soon as he'd registered that thought, some sort of needle stung him, just briefly. He was
2:1396 Into the Cave by Hollowpages
You ponder it for a few seconds then decide, why not, and go in.
The instant you step into the cave, you notice several things at once: first, you notice the change in temperature, as the air in here feels cool. Not icy to the point of discomfort, but there is a definite change, and you
2:1391 Keep Walking by Hollowpages
You decide to snag two more coconuts and find that, despite their size, the pockets on your pants are big enough to hold onto them, bulging out like pouches. You take one more coconut to carry in hand and continue following the path as you had been before.
You soon return to a straight -
2:1390 Bite the tree by Hollowpages
You scowl and try to think of something else. That’s when an idea strikes you, and you wonder… how powerful are these new teeth of yours?
You crouch down a bit, close to the base of the trunk, and open your mouth. Your mouth opens much wider than you expect it would, and you lean in
6:612 Convince David to go after her by psto146
“Shouldn't you go after her?” Dan asked. Feeling this awkward tension in the air was making her fur stand up on end.
“Why?” David snorted. Hunching over his phone and very interested in whatever game was beeping.
“Because she's our friend and you pissed he
2:1395 The Forest Path by Hollowpages
You deliberate for a little while, pondering what feels like it could be the safest course of action - you know you aren’t going to get anywhere if you dwell in the lake for too long. Finally, you decide that while the wate feels nice, you want to try by land first and see where this weird forest
2:1389 No Food by Hollowpages
The palm trees around you appear barren beyond their big green leaves. You decide to push a bit on, while you keep your eyes peeled for any sort of food.
You consider the possibility you could leave the path and branch out into the trees. The trunks are thick, but there are enough gaps f
6:604 The White Rabbit by
Daniel couldn't remember his dreams, but they worried him. He woke up flushed and sticky with sweat, and for a long dark space he didn't know where he was.
Remembering the fall and the deserted underground didn't improve things, but at least it gave him a firm point: somet
2:1394 Follow the Tunnel by Hollowpages
With little else to do, you swim into it, following this one instead. Like the first tunnel, this one also loops around and goes up and down - it’s strange how these tunnels are perfect for your size, and yet, they make these odd angles, almost like they were made purposefully to confuse or annoy.
2:1388 Press On by Hollowpages
You take a few steps forward, the skin of your feet still feeling bizarre against the coarse texture of the sand still - you won’t adjust to this for a while, you tell yourself. You soon notice that there appears to be a path smack between two trees, a path that leads deeper into the trees.
2:1393 The Underwater Path by Hollowpages
You swim about in the lake, thinking. You could follow the river and see where it leads, yes - that one is relatively obvious and in one way could be the safest choice. You could also leave the water and follow the path in the forest toward the weird cave you see, yes - this one is less obvious in a
2:1387 Shore by Hollowpages
You swim there, pondering your choice, for a long moment. You could go right toward the gloomy murk, to potentially a shipwreck. But, in the end, you feel that it might be safer if you go toward something potentially less dark and foreboding, so you opt to go left instead, and begin to swim toward t
2:1386 To the structure by Hollowpages
You swim toward it, hoping it has an answer to your aching question.
The structure has a big opening - a doorway of sorts, but there is no door, it’s just open. You swim in, entering the weird building, and find that it is quite spacious. Not only spacious, in fact, but almost like an
6:603 Daniel in Wonderland by
Daniel hurried back to the well – not running, yet – and braced for a jump. There had been ledges and things; if he could get hold of one, he might be able to climb up. The first time he didn't jump with full power, just to save some hope. He didn't even reach the well's opening.<
6:610 Truth (Human) by psto146
“Truth or Dare.” Dan said to Pam. She remembered how flat they had spoken. How without emotion they all were when it happened. She tried to repeat it but failed there. Her voice was shaking too much.
“Truth.” Pam said quickly. Too quickly.
“Is that the truth?” Dan
2:1380 Through the Door by Hollowpages
You tentatively reach out to touch the door handle. Your paw-like hand can grab it well enough, and you pull it open. On the other side of the door is a massive forested area, including a large lake a few feet away from you - one that appears to branch out into a river stretching endlessly onward.
2:1385 Give up the Gem by Hollowpages
You pause and glance around to double check, covering the bracelet with your other hand - thankfully, as you scan these depths, you are indeed able to see, for it is murky like the top portion where the ships were, rather than pitch black. You feel a swell of relief at this and return your attention
6:609 Time to leave by psto146
“Pam we should go.” Dan said. Thinking it though this wasn't the Pam she knew. Maybe it was an off day or she just needed to vent? “They're still at the store trying to pick me out a shirt.” Pam face flashed from disappointment to the happy smile that she always knew Pam for.
2:1384 Follow the glow by Hollowpages
Realizing this may be a good thin, that this is likely going to lead you to something that is hopefully good, you start to swim in the direction of the glow, moving slowly so that you can be mindful of when it dims or gets stronger.
As you swim, you again have the sense there is somethin
6:602 Daniel Falling by
Daniel stretched and clenched his fingers and stared at the writing. It didn't change. The handwriting looked like his. The suit had done things to his body; was it able to communicate with him like this?
He looked out the window. Night had fallen completely now, the lampposts were