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Out There Reimagined Chapter 12: Release9 made it back to the First Room with no trouble. All he had to do now was find what held the answers he was looking for. He tried to think, what in here could possibly hold the answers? He tried to remember what it was that 6 and 15 had said before being claimed themselves. “Go back! To the First Room! He'll show you! The Source!” That was when it clicked together. He'll show the answers. The only one in this room besides himself, was the dead man lying on the ground.Out There Reimagined Chapter 12: Release by ParadoxProphet
As he walked towards it, he tripped on a box that had fallen to the floor. It had not been there the last time, which meant that it must have happened in the past few days. He looked at the box curiously, trying to see what it contained. His wonder was answered by a Stitchpunk hand sticking out of the opening. 9 tried poking the arm, only to find that it wouldn't move. He opened the top, finding four dormant Stitchpunk bodies. He could tell just from looking at them that these four didn't make i
Out There Reimagined Chapter 11: SourceBy morning, all the Stitchpunks had gathered outside the factory. Sentry machines were flying around in the air keeping watch for anything suspicious, which kept the Stitchpunks hiding behind nearby rubble. Once a sentry passed on it's way, 15 and the twins moved a sheet of metal away. Seeing the coast was clear, 9 began to head towards the factory, but 5 stopped him before he could go any farther. “Wait! I'm going with you!” he said, grabbing 9 by the shoulder. 9 turned around to look at him.Out There Reimagined Chapter 11: Source by ParadoxProphet
“No. It's too dangerous. If I don't come back...destroy it.” he said. 9 turned away and ran for the entrance of the factory.
“Wait! How?!” 5 yelled out, but 9 was already too far away to hear him. 5 sighed and looked to the side, noticing some machinery running. He knew what they were, oil wells. He looked at the ground below him, seeing a small pool of the black liquid. He remembered seeing a larger pool of oil when he was inside the factory an idea forming in
Stitchpunk-Art Contest~!!:iconstylish-adoptables::iconsaysplz: Hey guys it's Stylish, and I'm here to tell you it's time for a Mascot Contest for this group! :iconStitchpunk-Art: ^U^ Since We have over 40 members I thought we could get people more involved in the group, so a Contest. We also need prize givers so if anyone that wants to contribute to the comtest instead of actually joining become a judge or prize donator thank you!Stitchpunk-Art Contest~!! by Gobziller
Has to be a Stitchpunk, based on 9
Could be male or female, kid or adult
Has to be completed work, not sketches
Can't be scary
Out There Reimagined Chapter 10: MourningThe Stitchpunks entered the library, being greeted by a very hyper 3 and 4. The two didn't expect everyone to be coming and were happy to see them, for the most part. When they saw 6 enter with 15, they were as happy as could be. They had began to worry that something might have happened to her when she had vanished without saying a word. But seeing her now, alive and well, made all their worries disappear. For the first time since 7 had brought them here, she looked truly happy. 4 walked up to 15, the cloak she left behind sitting in her hands. 'I believe this belongs to you.' she clicked, handing it over to her. 6 stared at the dark blue garment, wondering what value it had.Out There Reimagined Chapter 10: Mourning by ParadoxProphet
15 looked at 4 with a smile. “It's alright 4, I don't need it anymore.” she said, as she turned to look at 6. “I have all I need right here.” 6 looked away from the cloak to see 15 looking at him. He blushed, quickly turning his face away so she wouldn't see. 15 smiled, taking his hand bac
Who cares? (Poem I made for Literature class)Who cares?Who cares? (Poem I made for Literature class) by 9Nine--souls
Who cares about the people who doesn't care?
Who cares about the people who rejects your care?
Today I've learned I don't care.
I'm not caring for someone who doesn't care about me.
I should care for someone that I've seen as an enemy.
I should care for someone I know nothing about.
I should care about opening myself to people I could care about.
Who cares about the people you shouldn't care about?
Who cares about the people that hurts you, wanting it?
Today I've learned that I don't care.
I'm not caring for someone who would never care for me.
I should care for someone I've always seen as a friend.
I should care for someone I know everything about.
I should care about keeping the people I care about around.
Who cares about the people you care?
Who cares about the people that need to be cared?
Today I've learned that I care.
I'm not caring about if they complain.
I should care for someone who is in pain.
I should care for someone w
DespairDespair by OreliaZhangDoH
The shaky voice coming from the darkness wasn't loud, just barely above a whisper. Luckily, 5 didn't usually have a heavy rest cycle.
5's one optic shuttered open, and he let loose a groan of reply. He turned in the old blanket, sitting up. The air around the stitchpunk was cold, which was kind of refreshing. Usually, when 5 went to take a rest up in the watchtower, it was humid and warm. Not that he minded, or even had a preference for that matter. The breeze coming from outside breathed through his burlap exterior, making him shiver.
Seeing 6, he rubbed his optic, yawning loudly. 6 was younger than he, but a few years back, his mind had seemed to... deteriorate. The striped stitchpunk had grown obsessed over something he had seen in his dreams. He called it "The Source". Yes, 6 had always been an oracle, describing his dreams and telling the past or future. Except, when the dream of "The Source" came around, he couldn't describe i
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