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Of Lords and Tyrants Ch. 10
Chapter Ten: A Place for the Repentant
The Doctor woke up slowly to the smell of something baking; the calming smell of fresh bread emanating from an unknown source.  Finally, realization hit him that something was wrong with this.  But in his alarm to sit up straight, many pains throughout his body reminded him that he had just been running and hefting various objects for the past few hours, and maybe his sudden action had been too much for him that second.  Rubbing his back and legs, he tried not to scream; the rest of his body seemed to already be doing a good job of that for him.  
"Not one of my better ideas." he groaned in agony, as he looked at his new, and vastly different surroundings.
For one, this place was better furnished, as the dustless, decay-free couch he found himself sitting on could attest to.  Two, there was the afore-mentioned smell of bread, which certainly didn’t detract from anything.  Three, the Doctor thought for sure, that
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Of Lords and Tyrants Ch. 9
Chapter Nine: Liberation from the Facility
The Doctor was running a bit distractedly as he tried to process everything that had just happened, and read the “map” that Caroline brought up on the screen.  Well, at least it was a map in the general sense that it plotted the multitudes of chambers in the building; but unlike the average map, he could see the entire path that Caroline had plotted out for Wheatley and himself to follow, and it included more than one level of the building, as well as a blinking indicator of the parties progress along that route.
Oddly enough, the best sign for the Doctor was that the walls seemed to be taking on more of a free form, chaotic structure, and the foliage seemed to creep back into every nook and crevice available.  But that was because every other sign the Doctor could note, indicated that the facility probably wouldn’t be standing for too much longer.  It was interesting how things like that just sort of fell into
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Of Lords and Tyrants Ch. 8
Chapter Eight: Persistence and Sacrifice
Every part of Aperture that had the capability, was making sure their job was being fulfilled above and beyond the expectations of the tyrannical super computer that controlled their very existence; as well as the length and quality of it.  Their capability of sentience was a burden to all Aperture appliances, as it allowed them to understand the concepts of fear and the foreboding days they had yet to see.
GLaDoS had given the order to survey every area imaginable for an intruder, and two constructs that were once considered a part of Aperture; even if they were annoying ones most of the time.  They went straight to work, not questioning, or asking for details, or even verification of the order.  That would have been a quick way to get them-selves thrown into the incinerator room.  After all, She was empress.
Meanwhile, the Monarch of Science herself, looked to every camera that was still functioning.  Every possible ex
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Of Lords and Tyrants Ch. 7
Chapter 7: In The Presence of a Lady
As the trio made their way down the hall, the Doctor noticed a lot of pictures, plaques, papers, and certificates proclaiming achievement of one sort or another.  There was everything from a “Shower Curtain Salesman of the Year” award, to pictures of a man and woman throughout various stages of accomplishment within the company’s history.  Through the pictures the Doctor was able to determine that the man’s name was Cave Johnson, and he had once been the entrepreneur and CEO of the company; the woman, Caroline, being his most trusted assistant.  Interestingly, only a few of the papers had Caroline’s last name on them, and all of those had inconveniently been worn to the point that the name could no longer be made out.  All the Doctor could deduce is that due to the shortness in width that the name had once taken up, Caroline wasn’t Cave Johnson’s wife.
The long march of Aperture history l
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Of Lords and Tyrants Ch. 6
Chapter 6: Unauthorized Detour
As the Doctor walked out of the elevator dock, he immediately saw a turret facing away from him at the entrance to the next room.  He turned to Wheatley, “Okay, so I can’t exactly just walk around him; I’ll get shot.  How do I get rid of him?”
“Space?” Space Core answered.
Wheatley thought for a moment.  “Oh goodness.  Right; so if memory serves, there are two things you can do to not get shot: One- knock it over, or two- portal it somewhere else.  Once it shoots all of its bullets at something other than you, you’re safe to walk by it.  The thing to be careful about if you do choose to portal it; don’t send it through a portal that you’re standing at the other end of.  You will probably get one of the three of us killed.”
The Doctor grimaced, “Duly noted.”
Gingerly picking up the knee-high robot, he heard it talk.  “Hey, put me down
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Of Lords and Tyrants Ch. 5
Chapter 5: To Stop and Smell the Testing
The Doctor noticed the strain on the other end of the wall tile he was inspecting.  Deciding to stop his inquiry before his captor could piecemeal all the data points together, he let the tile go back to its original position.  After all, he now had a lead on a potential way out of here; that is, if the rest of the facility worked in a similar fashion to the walls.  But he wouldn’t be able to use that information for a little while yet.  Not with GLaDoS watching him so closely.
“Better to let her calm down a bit first.” the Doctor muttered under his breath.
Meanwhile, Wheatley was also trying to figure out what had just taken place.  “Does something strange happen every time you take that noisy flashlight out of your jacket?” he whispered.
The Doctor chuckled silently, a wide grin stretching across his face; “Strange for this place maybe.” he replied as he jogged to the elevator.
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Of Lords and Tyrants Ch. 4
Chapter 4: Rat In a Maze
Upon stepping out of the deteriorating elevator, the Doctor found himself in another elevator docking room.  As he walked into the hallway, a panel on the wall lit up telling him he was now in “Test Chamber 1”.  He had just gotten the hang of walking in these weird, heeled boots, and he almost fell on his face as he jumped down from the platform that dead-ended into the next room.
This room was mostly barricaded by large panes of glass, one with a large button behind it; like the one from the previous room.  The pane directly in front of him kept him from getting to the exit door, and the one to his left contained a cube.  Each barricaded area had panels that could be portaled into, and they all had a stick with a button on it that could be pushed.
“Hmm” the Doctor heard Wheatley say, ”I don’t remember this one specifically, but the objective will always be the same.”
Looking around the room for any
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Of Lords and Tyrants Ch. 3
Chapter Two: Curiosity Killed the Core
The yellow-eyed core didn’t stay silent for long.  “Space Cops.  Watch out for the space cops.  Don’t get caught by space cops.  I didn’t violate space!”
The Doctor was so surprised he almost dropped the wiggling, shrieking sphere to the ground.  After composing himself (which wasn’t easy as the sphere was still panicking), he decided what ever he did next should be done calmly.
“No one said anything about violating space, alright?  Now what do you mean ‘Space Cops’?  You didn’t cross paths with any Judoon did you?”  The Doctor asked a little worriedly.
The sphere wasn’t shrieking anymore, but it didn’t stop talking, and it certainly didn’t slow down to let the Doctor get a word in edgewise, or even to answer his question.  The Doctor realized that if he wanted any answers he was going to have to get the other sphere wor
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Of Lords and Tyrants Ch. 2
Chapter Two: Curiosity Killed the Core
The yellow-eyed core didn’t stay silent for long.  “Space Cops.  Watch out for the space cops.  Don’t get caught by space cops.  I didn’t violate space!”
The Doctor was so surprised he almost dropped the wiggling, shrieking sphere to the ground.  After composing himself (which wasn’t easy as the sphere was still panicking), he decided what ever he did next should be done calmly.
“No one said anything about violating space, alright?  Now what do you mean ‘Space Cops’?  You didn’t cross paths with any Judoon did you?”  The Doctor asked a little worriedly.
The sphere wasn’t shrieking anymore, but it didn’t stop talking, and it certainly didn’t slow down to let the Doctor get a word in edgewise, or even to answer his question.  The Doctor realized that if he wanted any answers he was going to have to get the other sphere wor
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Of Lords and Tyrants
Of Lords and Tyrants
Chapter One:  A Stranger in Space
Hovering above the earth.  One wouldn't think that a sight such as this would ever get boring.  Unfortunately, all those that would agree with such a statement hadn't been stuck there for an entirety of five or so years; the A.I. hadn't really been able to keep track.  He'd been stranded there, completely of his own doing; he wasn't about to try to deny it now, as that would be useless.  It would have been rather childish of him even... not completely unlike the actions he took that ended him up here in the first place.  But that was the past, and there was no way of changing that now, and certainly not in the position he was in currently.
The blue-eyed A.I. core spun slowly, deep in thought and self-loathing, his only comfort being that he wasn't entirely alone.  He did have one friend in the vicinity, a yellow-eyed bloke who happened to be having the time of his life up here, in space, just floa
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Ouran- Fragments No. 1
Haruhi almost doesn’t believe Tamaki when he says he didn’t know it would rain today.
Almost, because he says it in that loud, dramatic way of his and she’s still getting used to the knowledge that this is real and not just an act to try and manipulate her emotions. He cries in the corner for a good ten minutes, while the others decide they don’t care, and all it really means is they have the carnival to themselves today. Besides, it’s only drizzling.
So they have their chauffeurs break out the raincoats (and of course they carry several changes of clothes just in case), tossing extras at Tamaki and Haruhi before heading off in different directions. Haruhi last sees Hikaru and Kaoru approaching the Ferris Wheel and Hunny-senpai dragging Mori-senpai over to some games, pointing at the wall of stuffed animals offered up as prizes. Kyoya sits at a table near the refreshment booth that has an umbrella over it. He‘s not very interested in carnivals.
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  • Listening to: random AMVs
  • Reading: C'est la Mort (Thank you Inonibird)
  • Watching: other people(Hank Green) play Portal
It just didn't look like anything was happening to those of you who follow me (unless you know me in real life, then you probably know some of the things that will be posted as soon as possible).  Now some of the new projects are still a ways off, but they're also the most awesome.  So that's happening.

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NickRoberts10 Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
Happy birthday, fellow Code Geass fan!
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NickRoberts10 Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Happy birthday.
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Wookie92 Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2012  Student Digital Artist
hey thanks for being one of my watchers! Hope to see you again soon sometime I'm hanging out with the girls.
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Kimono-chimera Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I honestly don't know why it took me so long to hit the watch button. I'm sure V will tell me when you're back out this way.
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Wookie92 Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Yeah when she comes back from Ecuador...
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BARBIEX2 Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2012
HI Teagan! I missed u!
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Kimono-chimera Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Sorry, just saw the comments you left on your page. You should see an envelope icon on the top bar of your browser. If you hit "Notes" and send one to me from there, I'll probably respond to them faster. Sorry for not mentioning that before. This should connect you with a private chat.[link] Just note me when you want to talk.
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MyDearAloysius Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the :+fav:!! :D
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Kimono-chimera Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
no prob.
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xXMjTheDorkXx Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for the feedback on my writing! I gave you a llama:)
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