An Empire Will CelebrateI want to look away, I really do, but my eyes are somehow transfixed on him. The violent convulsions have faded away and given in to pathetic twitching as the once brilliant crimson coloring begins to fade from his eyes. The end is near. He must know it too, because his broken voice hisses quietly, but just loud enough for me to hear it in my close proximity.
T..take them...*gasp*</I>...away from... *gasp*</I> Earth. K-keep yourself...a-and Miz...*gasp* ...and Gretchen sa- He coughs and a warm dark purple liquid spatters against my face. I dont even bother to wipe it away. Somewhere in the background I can hear my daughter and wife behind us cry out, as well as chuckling coming from all around the hall. Zims teeth scrape together audibly as another crackle of electricity sparks from his PAK effectively frying both of his brains.
Pr..promise me...*gag*</b>... that...youll- He seems to loose all t
Fifty Words, One Shot: Magnet
All he needed was an opportunity. So he waited. Hed gotten good at being patient after all these years but the time for waiting was nearly over. Because he now had the tool necessary for his plan to end the chase once and for all.
As the bell releasing the class from calculus rang Dib stole a glance at Zim. The subject of his scrutiny was rising from his seat slowly as the rest of the class rushed out of the room. Trailing Zims progress out the door with his eyes, he quickly gathered his notebooks together and hastened to follow.
Zim hadnt gotten far. As Dib stalked his foe to their next class he noted the way the alien skirted past the main portion of the hall traffic by hugging the wall as well as the annoyingly slow speed of his progress.
Whats the matter Zim? Forget to recharge your batteries last night? he taunted. Not giving him time to come up with a comeback, Dib elbowed his way past Zim and was about to rush toward
Fifty Words, One Shot: Kitten
#35 - Kitten
Zim had been just about to leave when the human showed up. The man strode up to the bank of the river that the invader had been (carefully!) collecting samples from only moments ago with an aura of determination, never noticing the alien behind the bushes with his claws clamped over his robots mouth. After casting a look over both shoulders the human pulled a lumpy pillow case from beneath his windbreaker and tossed it into the water crawling by. Within moments hed departed back the way he came.
Zim watched for a minute to be sure the human was not returning before turning back to the river. His curiosity was peaked. What had the human been so suspicious about discarding?
Gir, retrieve whatever it is that that filthy human just disposed of.
Without a moment of hesitation the robot threw itself into the water and disappeared beneath the depths. Zim was left with just enough time to assume that apparently Gir was interested enough to obey befor