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Clotifoth

Joined September 2009 and calls EOGamer home.

14 stories, 1 challenge, 50 comments, and 7 friends

14 years old. I remember the original ficlets, hehe, and am eager to use its newer iteration, NOT dictatored over by AOL. I might post a little of my old stuff here, but most likely will be writing newer things. I write reviews for eogamer.com, however, it is not really my site. But I shall post it there anyway, whynot. Anyway…. okay…. good, bye bye.

Stories

  1. Of Gadgets and Gizmos

    Berlin, Wisconsin On shelves of the interior of this ordinary-seeming building, lie various gadgets and gizmos, and a few boxes filled with odd materials. Vats of who-knows-what mixes well with the decor in the style of W. Ti Eph that adorns the room. ...

  2. Measure of Misery

    Can you see my sorrow? How do you measure misery? Is it the dreams, once had Now forced into razor-sharp Shades, the shadows of my aspirations? Is it the memories, faithfully observed To the point of outright worship? Is this utter perversion of God Th...

  3. {Utopia} Charles Darwin

    Charles Darwin is quite the author. Unlike many of the {Utopian} authors featured in this challenge, he wrote solely for the scientific literature of the day, which had and still have the most exacting standards. Articles must usually represent actual ...

  4. Epitaph for Jocasta

    Who was Jocasta, o Queen of Thebes? So Hast lived she, Image of beauty. The intelligence of the gods, The best of our lives Reasonable, to see Through the false prophet’s lies. O, but how grave for her To have lived in a tragedy Where the soothsayers...

  5. Nentar, Quadblade

    A golden day, afternoon bringing a bit of light to what looks like a field of pure gold. In a path through this gold, a single man walks through. His hands are at his side, his gait is a relaxed one. He looks somewhat fatigued, yet he looks pretty ener...

  6. Stadt, Axemaster

    Dressed in simple furs, a man walks out of the Jungle. Bloody. Muscled. Dirty. Odorous. The sun rises in the background. He walks along a long road into town. One can now pick out his stone-crafted axe, his sledge with various animal skins on it, and h...

  7. Radta, Holy Priest

    Radta walked into the cathedral with an air of brightness that day. She wore her finest white silken robes, with reddish fringe around the edges. She resonated with holy energy. To any bystander, it would seem she was just going to work as the revivali...

  8. Pelbe, Outlaw Gunner

    The royal viceroy laughs at Pelbe. “Filthy beggar!” Pelbe sighes. His red and white uniform was dusty and patched, unlike the other gunners whose uniforms shown in the sun, though they were not made of metal, and his flared barrel gun was s...

  9. The Story Begins

    Four random people from across the world. Each almost completely different. Except for one thing. Each of them has the will to fight. The will to live against the threat of death. And now, with mana drawn into hand, sword at the ready, and gun at side,...

  10. Question of Logic

    Day 206 since nuclear fallout. Diary entry number 150. The sand is getting quite old. Wandering further is generally useless but the local supplies are limited. The coconut trees I’ve been living on are half-picked clean and look like they’...

  11. Depopulation

    You notice that the world begins to be less crowded. Lines are shorter for things; and eventually, non-existant. Overpopulation problems, you hear from the news, are long gone. Food prices fall a bit. The world looks like it will be so much better with...

  12. Overgrown

    Nature overtaking the civilized world Like day overtaking night Like a flag being unfurled Draped over the human blight! The cities of yore show their wear The streets break and crack To make room for new life to bear The fruits of nature begin to atta...

  13. Start of the Cycle

    People lose their money. People lose their homes. Peoples’ farms dry up. People move west. People lose their minds. People vote. People kick from office. Government reassures. People are reassured. Government fixes up economy. People irrigate lan...

  14. Copyrighted

    I stand myself up at the end of a long valley. It is truly something awful; I barely manage to stand under the weight of my metal trappings. The sky is a distinct red; the city a distinct dead; but my batteries are distinctly unfed. Although my metalli...

Clotifoth's Friends (7)

  • Lone Atheist
  • K-Jellybean
  • Abstract
  • JayBird (LoA)
  • ElshaHawk (LoA)
  • DoItForScience
  • Lady Bug

Clotifoth's Followers (3)

  • Not You (LoA)
  • StudMuffin (LoA)
  • Lone Atheist