Rule of Rose crossoverHello! This story is a crossover fan fiction for Resident Evil and Rule of Rose, it is set in 1930 somewhere in England (therefore, you need to think of all the orphans (including me and Jennifer) as having British accents enjoy! P.S, yes, I did add myself as a character (Kristen). DEAL WITH IT! "Jennifah, are you ready to play? The master took the other children out to the market. Our game should be undisturbed." I asked the feverish girl."O joy! Diana has been giving me horror ever since she caught me crying in the wash closet. I won't stand to face her to-day. Beggar My Neighbor, or hide and see, Kristen?""Dear Jen-Jen, how I pity you, I wish to play
TAG!" I pushed her arm and ran for the inner court. I heard her footsteps running over the wood floors and she strained to catch up to me."Kitty, you little cheater!" She yelled. I flung myself down the stairs and ran through one of the main corridors. The windows displaye
Rememberance Chapter 3 Alex's POVI watched her sleep, and was worried out of my mind. I kept my hand on her wrist to ensure that she still had a pulse, and I held her head in my lap so it didn't hit the floor. She was still bleeding, but it wasn't too serious, I needed to get her out of this place and into a hospital. I had carried her into Curtis's office, and was greeted with a gruesome sight. Across from us starred a mauled man with dried blood caked across his body, it looked like something had ripped him apart. Obviously, those dogs outside had gotten to poor Curtis. Despite the disgustingness of the room, I had to get Elle inside. It had begun to rain. I placed the unconscious Elle into a chair, and pulled Curtis's body off of the floor and threw him outside. I flung the heavy doors closed and locked them. I made sure that the dogs couldn't get in, and examined the room.
Heathers tragic endingHeather stepped out from her car and landed on the cracked pavement of a town she knew all to well. It had been 13 years since she last saw the foggy streets of Silent Hill. She cringed as she remembered the horrific events that happened here. The lives lost here were too many to count. She had tried so hard to forget, but found she couldn't. The world had shunned her soon after she returned from this hell of a town. No one understood her, they deemed her crazy. She has no friends.The only sound heard in the town now was that of her heels clicking on the road. She clutched her bag close to her side. It held the key to her freedom. All the shops were deserted and lonely; the inhabitants had left years before. The girl didn't care, in fact, she rejoiced at the chance to finally feel at peace. After all, that's why she came here, to be at peace. A
Chapter2 of SilentHill fanFicThe radio in my Kia played only static as we rode through the desolate town. I had hooked up my Ipod to my stereo because the sound irked Alex to the point at which he started to yell at me. He said that in his dreams he had heard the same sound. Lady Gaga was bursting through my car when Alex looked at me through the mirror. "Why'd you dye your hair?" He asked randomly. Yuck, small talk. He was referring to the fact that my hair had been blonde when he had left for the army, truth of the matter was that I hadn't dyed it. It had naturally grown like that over the four years he had been gone. Maybe it was from my stress or the fact I could've take after my father, who had a lovely mane of brown hair."Being a brunette suits me, doesn't it?" I asked, he agreed. "Well then, stop complaining." He smiled and switched the song.I kept my eyes on our surroundings.