The Immorals: Dark Intentions

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Sable Riverwend was at the end of her rope. When she was nearly attacked by her employer, she couldn't take it any more. She needed a break from... well, life. As though the gods themselves had taken pity on her, her best friend won a contest with a grand prize of four tickets to a new resort located in a beautiful castle. A whole week of not having to lift a finger unless she wanted to. It was just what Sable needed. At least that was what she thought at the time.

The second Sable and her companions stepped foot inside the castle, their fate was sealed. They were drawn into a game, held once every hundred years by a bored immortal race. If they won, they would have any single wish granted, no limitations. If they lost, they would be trapped forever.

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Dark Intentions

Submitted: April 06, 2008

Sable Riverwend was at the end of her rope. When she was nearly attacked by her employer, she couldn't take it any more. She needed a break from... well, life. As though the gods themselves had taken pity on her, her best friend won a contest with a grand prize of four tickets to a new resort located in a beautiful castle. A whole week of not having to lift a finger unless she wanted to. It was just what Sable needed. At least that was what she thought at the time.

The second Sable and her companions stepped foot inside the castle, their fate was sealed. They were drawn into a game, held once every hundred years by a bored immortal race. If they won, they would have any single wish granted, no limitations. If they lost, they would be trapped forever.

A/N: For now, I will just be posting the first chapter. Please read and comment, whether you hated it or liked it, or any other bits of advice you'd like to impart. Depending on the kind of reception the first chapter gets, I may or may not post the rest of the story here. Thank you for your time and consideration.

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Dark Intentions

Submitted: April 08, 2008

“Sable Riverwend, you’re late,” Billy Joe snapped the moment I walked through the door. Billy Joe was a big man. I mean a big m... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: April 09, 2008

I walked aimlessly for nearly an hour, just trying to calm down. When that failed, I went home and indulged myself in a nice, long shower... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: April 10, 2008

That night, I was practically floating. Nothing could get me down, even the fight that broke out between two rowdy drunks. Maybe it was m... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: April 11, 2008

A beam of sunlight hit my eyes at just the right angle to be annoying, but not quite irritating enough to warrant moving. I was quite con... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: April 12, 2008

“Eggs?” “Check.” “Milk?” “Check.” “Pepper?” “Check.” “Cereal?” “Check.” ... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: April 13, 2008

“And then, he was all ‘whatever, bitch,’ and I was all, ‘don’t talk to me that way!’” Charlene prattled on. I wasn’t full... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: April 14, 2008

The fire was all over the news the next day. There were six casualties, with Brad as one of them. The police suspected that the fire had ... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: April 15, 2008

“Something to drink?” our waiter repeated. I suppose he was getting a bit impatient, what with us just sitting there in silence. ... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: April 16, 2008

We reached the island around noon. Everything was beautiful. That was the only word I could think of to describe it. The beach was covere... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: April 17, 2008

Half an hour before the masquerade was supposed to begin, Cia and I were getting ready in her room, which was depressingly similar to min... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: April 18, 2008

I said before that I didn’t swear. This was a conscious choice, not because I felt that swearing was wrong or anything. Cussing never b... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: April 19, 2008

“Come again?” I asked, so startled by his declaration that I forgot about trying to escape. “I’m going to help you win,” he... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: April 20, 2008

“Is it still out there?” I asked, watching as Callisthene listened at the door for any scratching sounds. Once we had stopped arg... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: April 21, 2008

Colier led me to a row of houses, all crammed right next to each other. Everything seemed to be in decent shape, though there was no deny... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: April 22, 2008

As I slowly rose from unconsciousness, I became aware of small things. I was surrounded by soft warmth. I was lying on my stomach, with m... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: April 23, 2008

Things started happening quickly. I didn’t have a chance to go into a panic at the thought of more fire. Callisthene started rapping ou... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: April 24, 2008

The door we went through to leave the armory lead into a kitchen. Now, the kitchen was almost painfully normal compared to the other room... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: April 25, 2008

Every inch of the walls were covered with mirrors. Large ones, small ones, ornate ones, simple ones. They were everywhere. There were eve... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: April 26, 2008

“You keep saying he’s close,” Callisthene said, an hour after my break down. “He is,” I assured him. “If he’s close... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: April 27, 2008

Callisthene had been right. With the mirror monster gone, the door had open easily, right out into a stone hallway. There were several ot... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: April 28, 2008

The room the window had led into looked to be a den of some sort. There were shelves along one wall, behind a large wooden desk. A comput... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: April 29, 2008

I was sitting on the leather couch, curled up nest to Jett. Settled down at our feet was Hylan. Callisthene had pulled the chair that had... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: April 30, 2008

Just as Callisthene had said, the room beyond the door held a large, Olympic sized pool. What he hadn’t mentioned was that it was full ... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: April 30, 2008

I stared around the newest room, resisting the urge to groan. I had just gotten my twisted ankle healed, so naturally I had to go right b... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: April 30, 2008

I tumbled into the hallway, landing hard. Less than a second later, something fell on top of me. I heard grunts and thumps as more things... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: May 01, 2008

Bong. “Eighteen,” Callisthene counted. Bong. “Nineteen.” Silence fell for a few moments and Callisthene nodded a bit.... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: May 01, 2008

“What the hell!” Jett gasped, stumbling back. “Mine!” I yelped, trying to grab him before he could attack my brother. I w... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: May 01, 2008

I hurt. Every part of my body felt like something had taken hammers to it, leaving behind one solid bruise. My head was the worst. My tem... Read Chapter

Dark Intentions

Submitted: May 01, 2008

“Jet!” I screamed, sitting up with a jerk. Gasping for air, my gaze shot around, searching for the spider thing. Soft blues and g... Read Chapter

Author's Note

Submitted: May 01, 2008

EDIT NOTE: As of May 6, 2008, I changed the name of this story from The Immoralsto Dark Intentions. The only thing to change was the name... Read Chapter

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