Bleach Drinking Game>EDITWhen Ichigo says "BAN-" Everyone yells "KAI!" and takes a shot.I have invented my own Bleach Drinking Game.Since I am under the legal drinking age, I won't actually play it, but just you wait...Take 1 shot every time Byakuya talks about pride.Take another when they mention friendship.Another whenever Ichigo does Bankai.One when Renji fails.1 shot when Rukia fails.2 when Rangiku drinks1 every time Toshiro sighsAnother when Kyoraku drinksA shot every battle3 when Uryu says something smart but obvious1 shot when Orihime is stupid1 shot when Keigo yells "Ichigo!"1 shot when Izuru is depressed/emo1 shot when Kenpachi smiles1 shot when Hiyori kicks someone1 every time Ichigo's Dad wakes Ichigo upFell free to add your own.Seriously, don't play this. You might die.~Silver~:iconsoulpianosmashplz:
Her Perfect StrangerThe girl leaned against the brick wall, the same as every day. Her smooth hazel eyes drifted over the passing crowd, as usual. She saw shoppers and businessmen, couples and friends, singles and wanderers. Not once did she get a second glance, not once did anyone throw her a smile or wonder who she was. When they went back through their day, they wouldn't remember the young girl off the sidewalk, watching their every move.The sun was still rising when he came into view. She'd seen him every day for the past month. She didn't know his name, where he came from or where he was going, but he was her most interesting subject.He walked swiftly down the sidewalk; deftly dodging the people he passed by. His white-blond hair brushed his broad shoulders and his smile seemed to be ever present. His skin was an alabaster pale that glowed in the morning's sunshine. The boy's eyes were hidden by the fringe of his hair, but she could feel his gaze land on her. She stared back, a smile forming on her
ArcherThe Boy with the Crooked DaggerThe boy walked along the sidewalk, his face covered by the shadow of his hood. As a car came down the road, he slipped into an alley, keeping his head down and body pressed against the wall until the headlights disappeared. He then continued down the street, training his eyes on the rooftops. In a flash, he saw movement a few building ahead of him. A smirk crooked his lips and he ran forward, ready to catch his prey.~~~Archer stepped out of the doorway into the shadows of the night, his bright indigo eyes sweeping the street."Archer!" a voice called from inside the house. He turned to see Sarah pushing her way through the crowd, towards him. When she finally made her way to his side, she gripped his arm and spoke loudly in his ear over the booming bass from the music."Where're you goin'?" she slurred."Home," he replied, trying to shake off her hand."But the fun's just started!" Her face was flushed, making her freckles stand out ev
Perpetual Darkness: Chapter 5Chapter FiveBattling BlizzardsMy feet plunged through the frigid snow, piled almost up to my knees. My eyes trailed on the ground, avoiding the harsh winds snagging thick snowflakes into my hair. I followed the footsteps made by Miles and Martin ahead of me. We had been travelling for months, headed north to Vampire Mountain. About three weeks ago, it had gotten frigid. From there the snow had gotten deeper and deeper and the temperature had dropped lower and lower. Every night we walked for hours and hours through conditions that would have been treacherous to humans. Even though I now had thick vampire skin, I was still freezing. I had long ago lost feeling in my feet, and the tingling sensation was rising to my calves too."There it is!" Miles' voice was carried to me on the wind from up ahead. I looked up through my lashes, the wind cutting into my eyes. Past Miles' dark form, I could faintly see the outline of a cave, etched into a ha
Perpetual Darkness: Chapter 4Chapter FourThe VampiritesMiles lifted his foot off the man and helped him to his feet. I stood where I was, confused."Darius," he said, "Let him up. He's on our side."I reluctantly slid my shoe back to the pavement and watched the man get up from the ground. "What," I growled, "is a Vampirite?"Miles watched the Vampirites dust themselves off and said "Why don't we just let them show you?" He turned to the men. "Alright. Now that we've established that we're on the same side, why don't you lead us to your base?"The men exchanged glances. The taller one shrugged and turned to us, extending his hand. "I'm Hugh. This is Gib," he waved to the shorter Vampirite. Hugh was a tall, broad guy with dark hair and stubble on his face. Gib was smaller and much friendlier-looking. His hair was long and blond, tied back in a ponytail.We shook forearms and introduced ourselves. "Now," said Miles impatiently. "To your headquarters please? We are on a timeline."
Perpetual Darkness: Chapter 3Chapter ThreeThe Cirque du FreakA week after the encounter with the vampaneze, we reached our destination. It was about three in the morning and the entire camp was asleep."Where are we?" I asked."Oh, I think you know very well where we are." When Miles saw my blank look he said "Think back."After a minute of reflection it hit me. That night Dad had sent me out to get a ticket to the show for that famous soccer player. I'd seen these tents before, in my hometown.We were at the Cirque du Freak.Miles saw my reaction when I figured it out and laughed out loud. "Come now, Darius. Let's see who's in charge these days." I remembered being told the man who had run the Cirque before had been killed by a Vampet, which I now knew was the name for the humans who worked for the vampaneze.While Miles went and knocked on the door of a trailer, I took a look around. It seemed relatively the same as the first time I'd seen it. There were dozens of tents set up
Perpetual Darkness: Chapter 2Chapter TwoThe life of a vampireIt turned out there was nothing to worry about. I didn't have a trace of vampaneze left in me and my feeding was fine. The first weeks we stayed in the hotel, sleeping during the day and going out at night. Two weeks after we'd first met, I came back from getting groceries to hear Miles and Annie having a disagreement. I could hear them from down the hall, thanks to my half-vampire increased senses, but I'm sure even a human could have heard their yelling if they neared the door. I stopped a few rooms away to listen."He must leave now!" Miles was saying, "It is time he left and travelled for a while with me. He must join the vampire clan!""No!" My mother sounded upset. "He's still just a child, just my boy! I can't let you take him!" They really should have been more careful. A human in the next room over could be listening to them talk about vampires."You are not longer his guardian!" pressed my master, "When he wa