Prom is overrated-or not “Have a good time, son!”Prom is overrated-or notin fanfiction, hijack
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Henrik “Hiccup” Haddock’s prom was going to be boring, loud, and easily forgotten just as he planned. He wore a black, standard tuxedo, simple emerald green tie (that Astrid insisted matched his eyes), and had somehow managed to slick his auburn hair back away from his eyes just enough to be considered different from his causal look. He had wanted to stay seated at his table, mess around on his phone, and wait for the dance to be over. His father had made him come, being the police chief to chaperone and all, not wanting him to be left alone at the house all night. Like normal.
And so he did. He sat at his table with his phone out, just like he’d planned, and watched from the corner of his eyes as Astrid danced with her date that Hiccup did not recognize. Unlike he’d planned, he was not alone at his table, but considering the other occupant was one of his few
Green WatersHe wasn’t quite sure how he had ended up in the water.Green Watersin fanfiction, hijack
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One moment, he had been up on the pier with the rest of his friends, trying his best to listen to their elder’s speech on the history of the pier while keeping his balance on the swaying structure, and then the next, he was instead trying to keep his head above the waves.
Which, would have been scary to anyone of course, as the ocean was not known for calm waves in the slightest. The fact that it was dark out did not help matters either, nor did the fact that the coast of the seaside village of Burgess wasn’t exactly warm this time of year.
So yeah. Definitely scary no matter whom you were.
But for Jack, it was terrifying.
I can’t swim I can’t swim I CAN’T SWIM!
He wanted to scream or yell for help, unaware his group was already searching for someone to aid in rescuing him from the powerful waves, but every time he would try, he’d only swallow more and more of the salty, dark
Immortality: The Downfalls It wasn’t often spiritual beings died-or rather, left their world so to say. They couldn’t really die, no. Their soul was trapped on Earth for eternity, the true curse of immorality no one ever talked about. They were never to pass on to whatever lie beyond, no matter how much they wished. They would simply cease to exist yet still remain, unable to affect any part of the world around them. They could not be seen, heard, touched or touch a thing, spirit or non. They were truly, inevitably, and solely alone.Immortality: The Downfallsin fanfiction, rotg
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That is why they tried so hard to avoid such a fate, even when they were already in solitude.
Still, they treated his death like any human would. They held a ceremony, memorial, what they thought was proper. Hundreds, thousands of other beings showed their faces, but none really grieved, for none felt it was right to. No one had taken the chance to know him, not much anyways, and thus did not feel