On this other site, I did this writing game where the forumites where challenged to write a small story bit. And I mean small. It had to begin with the sentence "I don't believe it!" And die hard Codebearer girl that I am, I wrote this(Bare in mind, I did do it in two minutes before I lost my sporatic net connection again):
i don't believe it! It's happening right in front of me, but I still don't believe it! Restrained by chains looping round my wrists and ankles making me one with the wall, I had no way to block Venator's sword from finishing me once and for all. But he came. He came! Jonathan stares down the skull masked cloaked figure as their blades compress each other.
"You!" Venator wheezes from behind his mask. "But how?"
"No matter how far our stories place us from each other, the Author and his son Aviad will always write in a rescue," Jonathan answers as he forces the dark one to back away from me. He came! Jonathan, captain of the Codebearer forces, actually came to save me! Aviad and the Author be praised.
"You think you and your Author can keep me from taking her?" the demon chuckles. "Even now you are just pushing back destiny."
"Just as you wished to finish off Hope?" the good captain asks. "Yet, she returned. Rewritten. And more powerful than you or Scleris, your master. You're finished!" To punctuate his point, Jonathan twists the opponent's sword from his grasp and forces him against the opposite wall, his sword to the fiend's throat.
"Get out," the Codebearer Captain orders as the sheen of his Veritas light blade grows brighter.
"Till next we meet, scum." With that, the shadow of a man vanishes, my bonds with him. Before I fall to the floor, the good captain catches me. I hug him tight.
"You came. You really came," I murmur.
"I promised, right?" he ruffles my hair. "I'm pledged to keep you safe no matter what Scleris pulls." He helps me up. "Come, brave one. Let us leave this place of shadows.
Think I could go anywhere with this?