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Path to evil part 2 (Crash Bandicoot fanfiction)Dr. Cortex was biting on an old piece of bread in his large dining room, with a pencil and a notebook on the table. He was trying to think of the correct parameters to program into the Evolvo-Ray to get the best possible results. Wrong inputs could lead to imperfect creations. He already had a Koala that was stronger than the best bodybuilders in the world but dumber than a first grader and a kangaroo that had the brains but turned insane after being subjected to the brainwashing images of the Cortex Vortex device. His best experiment was a potoroo that wasn't as stupid as the other two but too weak physically, and it was crazy for such nonsense as old gangster movies...Path to evil part 2 (Crash Bandicoot fanfiction) by Noxonius
Dr. Cortex wasn't hungry at all. He ate even less than before, which was already unhealthy for a man of his age. But he didn't care. He only cared about one thing; World dominance. And he was ready to do anything to get that goal realized. He had sacrificed everything to get to where he is now...
Then the loudspeaker o
Path to evil part 3 (Crash Bandicoot fanfiction)N. Brio: All set, D-r-r-dr. Cortex! Are you sure y-y-you want to go through with this?Path to evil part 3 (Crash Bandicoot fanfiction) by Noxonius
Dr. Cortex: I think we both know who the genius behind this machine is N. Brio. Of course we will conduct this experiment!
N. Brio: But Dr. Cortex, we have not yet determined the cause of past failures....
Dr. Cortex: Moron! This Bandicoot will be my general, and he will lead my Cortex-Commandos into world domination!
N. Brio: As you wish...
Dr. Cortex: This time I shall reign triumphant! Fire!
N. Brio grabbed the big lever next to the experimentation table and pulled it towards himself with his tiny arms.
The energy rings surrounding the Evolvo-Ray lighted up one at a time. The machine began making strange noises. Finally it released a blast of yellow evolving energy into the poor little bandicoot. If it could scream, it would scream harder than any other creature before it that was subjected to the Evolvo-Ray. N. Brio was right. Dr. Cortex hadn't programmed the correct parameters.
As the lightning-
Path to evil part 1 (Crash Bandicoot fanfiction)A cold breeze snuck into the interior of the castle during a frosty night. The caged animals in the laboratory area were not only scared but almost freezing to death. And did their owner care about such matters? No, of course not.Path to evil part 1 (Crash Bandicoot fanfiction) by Noxonius
Dr. Neo Cortex was struggling to get at least some sleep before next day's big experiment. Tomorrow he and his assistant Dr. N. Brio would create the perfect commander for his army of super animals; Strong, intelligent and most importantly, 100% loyal. Unfortunately, the faulty construction work of the castle caused cold air to sneak in almost every night during this time of the year. When the big headed doctor finally fell asleep, he began to dream about something strange and unusual. It wasn't about him ruling the world, nor it was about anything pleasant. A loud, familiar voice was burning through his ears...
Nancy: Neo! Neo! Get in here this instant mister!
A small boy with an enormous head had just entered a small apartment.
Neo: What now, mom? I'm busy,
N. Gin x Reader - MINE! (Part 1/4)N. Gin x Reader - MINE! (Part 1/4) by Neresma
It was the most unordinary day of your life.
You were off to Australia that day, using a plane as transport. To your grand misfortune, it crashed on an island, in the middle of the flight... You had luck and survived, but unfortunately, were the only one to do so. You tried to call help from the plane, but all communication systems were broken... Using an axe you found in there as a weapon, you courageously decided to go explore the island, in hope to find help. And so, you discovered that this island wasn't normal: it was infested with monsters. They looked like animals, only way more fierce and evil... You decided to call them mutants. Always trying to hide from those mutants to avoid fights, and eating some kind of reddish-yellowish fruits you found here and there so you wouldn't starve, you survived your first day at the island perfectly, which made your faith grow even more. Also, you could see that, even if the island was dangerous, the nature of it had a flawless, unique beauty.