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All of Ziana's senses were flipped upside-down and rattled violently. For a few terrifying moments, she couldn't see which way was up. Every passing second sent a spasm of pain through her burning lungs. Choking on water, she clawed her arms in the direction of the distant red-orange sunset sky overhead.

After what felt like a few lifetimes, her head finally burst through the surface of the pool. She coughed and gasped. Water spurted out of her mouth. Her throat felt raw as she took in panicked gulps of air. Kicking her legs to remain afloat, she swiped her drenched brown hair from her eyes, looking around with pure terror.

A few colossal beings, four to be exact, occupied the pool along with her. However, they seemed to have not noticed her sudden presence. Two of them were young women, casually floating around and carrying a conversation. The other two were a boy and a girl, children splashing around and tackling each other into the water.

Despite the giants being on the other side of the pool, Ziana could feel their effect on the water. The surface swished around in waves as if it was really an ocean. It was much too unstable for Ziana to bear, being tossed around like a rag doll caught in a storm. She could barely manage to keep her head above water with the water rising and falling so suddenly.

Still harshly coughing every few seconds, she anxiously gazed looked around for anything that would relieve her from having to swim. The heavy weight on her chest was becoming impossible to deal with. She had to find something solid to stand on, or she would eventually pass out from exhaustion.

Her search came to a halt when she saw a rectangular hole in the pool wall. Water flowed in and out of it, so it would be easy to reach it. It was an entrance to the filter, she realized. She winced at the horrid thoughts of what could be in there. Nonetheless, she knew there was no other present choice. Even better, it was far from the current location of the giants taking up the pool.

Remaining close to the wall to for support, Ziana began her swim to the filter entrance. It suddenly occurred to her how filthy the pool was. There were loose blades of freshly mowed grass scattered around, along with the occasion brown leaf or two. Like Vectract, Earth seemed to be entering the summer season. She could only imagine how many dead leaves filled the pool during autumn.

After battling with all her might through the waves mostly caused by the two giant children, Ziana finally reached the rectangular opening. With a sigh of great relief, she hoisted herself into the shelter of it, overjoyed with the satisfaction it brought to finally stand on a stable surface again.

The waves weren't quite as bad in the cover, though it did take some effort to keep her balance with the water flowing in and out of the filter. With her solidly feet underneath her, she at least felt much more in control of what was going on.

Ziana's heart fluttered when she heard the sound of rustling bushes, accompanied by disgruntled voice hissing curses. By some miracle, Rodney seemed to have been too busy searching the bushes to notice her plunge into the water. The bushes were rather high, after all. Perhaps her luck was beginning to take a turn for the better.

Immediately, she took a few steps deeper into her hideaway, shivering at the thought of him figuring out what had happened. The hinged flap at the back of the opening of the filter swept up and down, collecting and releasing water. She made sure not to get too close. Life was already hard enough without getting trapped in a giant filter and most likely being stuck there until drowning.

Can this get any worse? she grumbled silently.

Something caught her eye in the dark corner of the opening, near the flap. Floating in the water were a few things that looked too thick to be blades of grass or scattered leaves. Ziana narrowed and leaned forward to get a better look. When she realized what they were, she cringed and pressed her back against the wall, utterly repulsed by the sight.

That was a rhetorical question, not a challenge!

Three plump, belly-up roaches floated around to the rhythm of the waves, though the pull of the filter kept them from moving out of the cave-like area. Their spindly, curled-up legs and antennae weren't twitching, thankfully. Nonetheless, Ziana wrinkled her nose in disgust, forcing herself to look in any other direction.

Her delusional fear of thousands of bugs pouring out from the filter and eating her alive was interrupted by the sound of a voice calling out.

"Hey, you!" It was one of the young women in the pool. Ziana had a good outward angle view of the pool from where she stood, and could see the woman looking toward the bushes, at Rodney. "You drop something, or something?" She and her friend were near the pool steps, about to exit.

There was moment of silence before Rodney's too-casual, clipped voice came. "Nah. I'm fine. Don't worry about."

The two girls looked at each other before shrugging. "If you say so," the other one spoke up. With that, they climbed out of the pool and went out of Ziana's line of sight. The two children remained in the pool. They seemed to be tiring out of their games, thankfully. The waves became more bearable to withstand.

The sound of rustling leaves resumed once more. Ziana sighed and leaned against the wall, making sure to not even risk a glance at the dead-bug-corner. It seemed her former captor wouldn't be giving up any time soon. She prepared herself for a long, nerve-wracking wait until she could make her escape from the pool.

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The sun was well under the horizon by the time Rodney decided to stop searching through the leaves. Ziana, exhausted from maintaining her ground in the flowing water, wasn't sure how much longer she could keep it up. The children had left, but the filter still provided her a challenge that at least kept her awake.

A lane separator that stretched across the width of the pool was her only hope. She guessed it marked the deep end from the shallow end, but that didn't matter. If she could reach the separator without a giant seeing her, climbing out of the water would be easy. All of the meager remains hope of her was invested in that plan, her only plan.

When the rustling of the bushes ceased, she perked up. Footsteps padded away from the bushes.

Her breath caught in her throat when Rodney entered her line of sight on the other side of the pool. He circled around the water, leaning forward to look into it. Perhaps he had been waiting for the pool to empty before checking it. Maybe he wasn't so stupid after all. Ziana bit her lip and backed even deeper into the shadows. The darkening sky was definitely siding with her.

After only a few minutes of sifting through leaves and grass blades on the surface of the water, Rodney shook his head angrily and stood up.

"I know you're still here, you little freak," he said loudly. Ziana shuddered at the blunt malice in his voice. "Where do you think you'll go? How will you eat? This place is miles from the city. You're stuck here if you want any chance in hell of not dying," he growled. "And eventually, you'll slip up. When you do, I will find you. Dead or alive."

With that, his footsteps stormed off.

Ziana let her knees sink a little as relief washed over her. The pool was totally empty, and Rodney was gone. She couldn't have asked for anything better. Still, she hesitated from immediately swimming out. For all she knew, he could be trying to trick her into letting her guard down. It certainly wasn't beyond him. What if was waiting nearby, waiting to strike the moment she foolishly revealed herself?

As if to make her decision to wait final, Ziana heard some new voices approaching. The water became unstable once more as three giants in their early teens jumped the pool, playfully splashing and shouting at each other. The water level in the filter violently rose and fell.

Ziana groaned and staggered back into the shadows.

~

Hours dragged on mercilessly.

By the time the trio of young teenagers left the pool, Ziana's hands were disgustingly pruned. Her legs ached from battling the waves in a standing position for so long. And if it weren't for the warm summer night air, she would have probably been freezing half to death.

Nonetheless, she forced herself to remain where she was for at least a little while longer. Every time she ventured to take a step out of her hiding place, the image of Rodney waiting like a predator behind the bushes sent her scrambling back. She knew it was irrational; Rodney couldn't possibly be that silent. The only sound was of the occasional car roaring down the nearby road.

Sighing deeply, Ziana sternly told herself that couldn't hide forever. Hunger and exhaustion had already begun a toll on her. Remaining concealed would be no use if it meant starving out. The number of ways she could die in this world was a steadily growing list, she realized bitterly.

Steeling herself, she ventured out of the corner. Her knees rattled with each step. She reached down and momentarily rubbed her sore, submerged knees. Her walk became a little steadier, but the throbbing in her ankle still provided a noticeable obstacle.

She stood at the edge of the filter opening and stretched her neck out to peer around. Though she couldn't see behind her, the area appeared as empty as it sounded; there were no movements in the shadows. Thankfully, muted yellow light beamed from the murky walls of the pool, so at least she wouldn't be swimming through the water blindly.

All she needed to do was reach the separator . . .

With a sudden surge of confidence, Ziana used her good leg to push against the edge of the opening and propel herself into the open water. Keeping her head above the surface, she drove herself forward with her arms, trying to use her sore ankle as minimally as possible.

Slowly but surely, she left the vicinity of the opening of the filter, though stayed near the wall for safety. Despite her careful movements, visible ripples slithered throughout the pool. If there was ever a time for Rodney to burst out of hiding, it would be now.

When nothing happened, a relieved smile spread across Ziana's face. Her urgency to reach the pool separator became less clamorous, and she slowed down to make sure she didn't strain her weakened body more than she needed to.

Already, a new plan for survival formed in her head as she swam. Scavenging for food wouldn't be too hard, she thought. There was only the tricky task of staying absolutely hidden from unwanted giant eyes. Perhaps she could take on a permanently nocturnal sleep schedule. Nighttime in the area of the apartment complex seemed quiet enough, from what she'd already seen. However, could she really afford to remain in the same place where Rodney would be avidly searching for her?

The thought completely vanished from her mind as her swim came to a horrified stop.

Silence shattered.

She heard the padding of footsteps through grass approaching, followed by the same footsteps on the sidewalk directly behind the bushes.

"Would you quit acting like we're breaking into a jewelry store?" a hushed male voice said. "We're just going for a swim. Even if the Weasel finds out, it's too dark for him to see who we are."

A second male voice made an annoyed sigh, but said nothing.

Ziana's heartbeat sped up to a rapid pace against her ribcage. To keep her presence unknown, she remained as motionless as possible, just barely staying afloat near the wall. Dismayed, she looked at either side of her, beginning to feel flustered and panicked. She was cleanly at the midpoint of the filter and the separator, with no hope of reaching either quickly enough to hide or escape.

As the two giants came into view by the pool steps, she looked around frantically for any means of hiding.

Finally, the unkempt state of the pool would be of use to her. She dared to drift in the opposite direction of the giants, where there was a small cluster of floating brown leaves were collected by the wall. When one of the bigger ones came into arm's reach, she grabbed its stem and pulled it to her, so she was blocked from view.

The smooth surface of the water soon became no more.

Trembling, Ziana peered around the side of her leaf to see one of the giants making his way down the pool steps. From the submerged lights, she could see he had fair skin and nearly shoulder-length black hair with blond-tipped bangs. There was a nervous look to him; he glanced toward the apartment buildings with a worried expression.

It took a quick moment for Ziana to realize the other giant wasn't following his friend down the steps. She craned her neck out farther, searching for his position frenetically.

A sudden movement from the deep end, the other side of the separator, caught her attention. An involuntary gasp came from her as she saw the second giant dive headfirst into the pool. As he broke the surface, Ziana braced herself, shutting her eyes tightly and holding her breath.

The wave was great enough to force her under the surface for a few seconds. It also pushed her back in the direction of the filter, but not near enough to reach it easily. With some difficulty, she swam up and kept her head above water. She coughed quietly, her hands still firmly clasped on the stem of the leaf.

She glanced longingly at the filter, which was still very far, yet closer than the pool separator. It would be too risky to head straight for it right away. The waves the giants caused would make moving in one direction simply impossible. The best she could do was stay against the tiled wall far from the colossal beings. Then maybe, just maybe, she could make it out of this alive.

"See, Nick? I told you we wouldn't get caught," said the giant who had just dived into the pool as he drifted toward his friend. He had dark skin and close cut black hair, Ziana observed. "You worry too much."

The giant named Nick shrugged, seeming less nervous than before.

"We could still get caught," he said matter-of-factly.

Ziana had absolutely no idea what they were talking about. Nor did she care. She was, however, thankful they were preoccupied with their conversation and facing away from her. The weight of exhaustion began to resonate in her chest again. It was only a matter of time before she simply wouldn't be able to keep afloat.

One hand braced against the wall, she began to inch closer to the filter. Dragging the leaf along with her made the task more difficult than it needed to be. She didn't mind. Even if it took longer, at least she was covered. She came to a sudden halt when the two giants moved toward the far wall on the other side of the pool separator.

Her progress to the filter became useless as the shaky water pushed her back with their enormous movements. She hadn't been avidly listening to what they were saying, but she had caught the word "race" somewhere near the end.

Eyes widening, she pressed herself firmly against the wall. Peering around her leaf, she saw the two giants positioned at the wall of the deep end.

"You know I always win," the dark-skinned giant said with a boastful smirk.

"Yeah," said the giant named Nick. "When you cheat."

"One-two-three-go!" The unnamed giant took off swimming, and the water became utterly unstable.

Cringing, Ziana tried to keep herself against the wall, but that became impossible as Nick joined the race. The leaf disappeared from her grip, and she was pulled away from the wall as wave after wave splashed against her.

Just like when she had first fallen into the pool, she could hardly tell which way was up. Finally, her head burst above water again. She took a deep breath, knowing she could easily be dragged under again. She looked around to see where the two giants were.

To her horror, Nick was incredibly close. He was too caught up in his swimming to take notice her exposed self. She shut her eyes tight as his arm made contact with the water a mere few feet from her. A wave practically exploded from the contact, rushing straight onto her.

The force sent her back toward the wall at a great speed.  An involuntary scream burst out of her mouth. The back of her skull crashed upon the solidly tiled wall with enough force to make stars explode behind her eyes.

The water turned black and became bottomless as it mightily dragged her under.

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An extremely near, shrill sound Nick's attention. He only heard part of it, since half his head had been submerged when it happened.

As Jeff swam on, Nick stopped in mid-stroke and stood up, looking around wildly. His first thought, of course, was that he and Jeff had been discovered by the landlord, Mr. Wessler. Nick was already formulating a terrible apology in his mind, so that maybe the Weasel wouldn't gut them alive.

No one was standing around the pool, however. And the sound had been too nearby to have come from the far-away apartment buildings.

Something oddly colored among a group of dead, brown leaves caught his eye as he began to turn away. In the water was something that he certainly hadn't noticed before. It was a few inches below the surface, motionless.

Initially, he thought it was some kind of small rodent that had unluckily fallen into the pool and drowned. It slowly bobbed up in the water, surfacing and becoming more visible. He leaned closer, narrowing his eyes.

The figure was definitely humanoid. Perhaps a doll some kid had forgotten? Yet, there was something eerie about it. Since when did dolls move so... naturally? It was on its back, arms slightly spread from its sides. The legs softly bent at the knee, shifting in time to the moving water. Long brown hair rippled around its head.

Somewhere behind him, Jeff let out a triumphant whoop as he touched the wall, winning the race.

Breath caught in his throat, Nick tentatively slid his hand under the water and toward the figure. All of his rationale prevented him from coming to an utterly impossible conclusion of what the thing could be. Really, there was no way it could be a living thing, he told himself.

His hand stopped a few inches under the figure. After some hesitation, he slowly lifted it from the water. A little heat radiated from it.

When it began coughing, Nick flinched, nearly dropping it back into the pool. Water came out of its mouth, splattering its already-wet torso. In a matter of seconds, it became motionless again. The eyes didn't open, but the chest moved steadily with breath.

Staring at it… her, Nick could deny it no longer.

What he held in his hand was very much alive.

Slowly, he lifted his other hand to protectively cradle the little being.

"Uh, Earth to Nick," Jeff said loudly across the pool.

Nick flinched and turned to look at his friend with a blank expression.

"You okay?" Jeff asked, suddenly concerned. He frowned as he looked at Nick's cupped hands, which blocked the tiny person from his view. "What 'cha got there?"

Still in shock, Nick looked in his hands and then back at Jeff. "Uh... I don't know," he replied vaguely, though truthfully.

With a confused expression, Jeff began to wade over to Nick. However, a sudden voice from one of the nearby apartment buildings roared angrily before he could reach him.

"'Ey! What the hell d'ya think yer doin'?!"

"Oh, shit!" Jeff hissed. "It's the Weasel!"

Nick looked up, startled. He instinctively brought his hands closer to him. The beam of a flashlight wave around wildly as Mr. Wessler stormed toward the pool, scathingly furious. Despite that, Nick remained frozen to his spot, waist deep in the water.

In record time, Jeff scrambled over the edge of the pool and vaulted onto the solid ground to retrieve his towel and cell phone.

"Split up, man!" Jeff hissed Nick, already making to take off. The order wouldn't be hard to follow; their apartment buildings were in different directions from the pool. "He can't follow both of us! But remember, if he goes after you, don't lead him to your place or we're screwed!"

Nick stared wordlessly as Jeff sprinted away. He glanced down at his hands once more, and instead of becoming frozen again, he broke out of his stupor. The girl, whatever she was, needed his help. And Mr. Wessler catching him wouldn't make that task any easier.

Knowing it would be too dangerous to use his arms to leave the pool from where he was, he quickly waded over to the steps and climbed out. He gingerly shifted the tiny girl to one hand and scooped up his towel and backpack with the other.

Much to Nick's guilty relief, the Weasel was choosing to follow after Jeff, his flashlight waving wildly. At least it was one less thing to worry about. Either way, the middle-aged man would never be able to catch up with either of the boys, and Nick doubted they could have been recognized in the pool. They were home-free.

Nonetheless, there was no time to lose.

Head still pounding with questions, he slung his backpack onto his bare back and held the towel in such a way to cover his little discovery. She still had hardly budged, but her breathing remained normal. Despite all his confusion, Nick knew it was best to not dwell on the matter from this position.

Anxious and excited, he took off at a steady jog through the grass and in the direction of his family's apartment.
Okay, so this week I went a little write-crazy, which is awesome because that hasn't happened in a while.

Anyways! Lookit, I finally finished!!

But seriously, I've been so detached from leisure writing lately that I don't even know if I like how I wrote this chapter or not. :| Still! I'm just super super happy that I've finally been able to update!!

And yay, it looks like Ziana's finally got a break! . . . Maybe!

<--Chapter 4
Chapter 6-->
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Baneofsugar Featured By Owner May 15, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I have been reading this thing none stop since I stumbled upon it 
And I am so happy that this happened (finally) I have literally been thinking every single time that she mentions giant that it will finally be Nick, first it was Rodney, then it was random people, then it was more random people, then I was like :squee: :eager: by darkmoon3636 yes my beloved!
I love this story ;-; 
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kimstaticchild Featured By Owner May 16, 2017  Hobbyist Writer
Oh gosh, thanks so much!! ;w; My poor bby alkdjfslk I put her through so much.
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Phoenix-FireMage Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh boy. Nick's gonna feel bad when he finds out he knocked her out.
And she's not gonna be happy to be back in giant hands.
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rodrigo1111 Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2012
Oh my god I can not breathe as I read this story, it is very perfect''
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kimstaticchild Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Thanks! :hug: I'm glad you like it!
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SleepyIguana Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2012  Student General Artist
:squee: Oh my gosh!

I love this. OwO I cannot wait for more.
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kimstaticchild Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Thank you! :hug:
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SleepyIguana Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2012  Student General Artist
You're welcome. :hug:
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tigerlover421 Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2012
please don't have brain damage, please don't have brain dmamge, please don't have brain damage.... :nirvana:
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kimstaticchild Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Hmmm, she did hit her head pretty hard . . . D:
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tigerlover421 Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2012
;A; Ziana! She'll be okay... she has to be okay...
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XCrazyFlyinAcesX Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2012
eeewwww, dead bugs XP

Awesome chapter! I'm really liking this re-write :)
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kimstaticchild Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Yeaaughh. I know, right? xD

Thank you! :hug:
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TheTinyInuMason Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2012
MOAR!!!
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*tail wags expectantly* ... Please?
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kimstaticchild Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
SOON! :iconlawooplz:
. . . Maybe!
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TheTinyInuMason Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2012
*ears perk up* Yosh!
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Sugumih Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2012
:3 nice chappy
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kimstaticchild Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Thank you! :hug:
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Kneeckoh Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2012  Student General Artist
That's interesting. 7 out of the 9 previous comments start with "yay".
Oh, and good job with the story, too. I'm surprised Ziana didn't get hypothermia from just being in the pool for so long.
It's interesting how you decided to give Nick a name, but left Ziana in the blue about Jeff's. It makes for convenient reading, and writing too, I suppose.
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kimstaticchild Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Good point about hypothermia ^^;. I live in an excessively humid place, so hypothermia has never really crossed my mind when it comes to being in a pool.
As for their names, I tried to keep conversation natural. Some people use their friends' names when talking, and others don't. Nick wasn't very talkative at the pool, so it lessened the chances of him saying Jeff's name . . . If that makes sense. :shrug: I try not to over-think it.
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Kneeckoh Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2012  Student General Artist
I also live in a pretty humid place, and I still get shivery when I'm in the pool for a long time. Especially at night, but also during the day. If she wasn't in direct sunlight, which she probably wasn't for most of the time, she would've gotten really cold, just from the water. And then it got dark.

And it does make sense. That's what makes it great. :)
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tortor13 Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2012
yayy!!! i'm really loving this new version! great job!! XD
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kimstaticchild Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Thanks! :hug: I'm glad you're enjoying it!
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tortor13 Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2012
=) ur welcome!!
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Amayasama Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2012  Hobbyist
;w; Ohhh yay! She's in safe hands now~
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kimstaticchild Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Finally! :iconlawooplz:
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Shadowdancer172 Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2012
Cool! Finally, I've been waiting for a half decent giant to come along! ^w^
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kimstaticchild Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Woo, she's finally safe! :iconlawooplz:
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girlwhowrites Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Yay! A "giant" that isn't a complete a-hole. This is a really good chapter. Looks long, but fast paced enough that it doesn't feel like it and leaves us craving for more. Really looking forward to the next chapter. :)
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kimstaticchild Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Thanks so much! :hug: I'm very happy you enjoyed it!
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You're welcome. ^^
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LaEscritora Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Yay, another chapter! I've been waiting for this one. ^^ Your situations are so tense, it's brilliant!
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kimstaticchild Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Thank you! :hug:
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Omyrah Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Yay! Hopefully things will finally start to work out for her! :D
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kimstaticchild Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Well, things are certainly starting to look up for her! ^_^
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Omyrah Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
:meow:
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5UNNYR4Y3 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2012   Digital Artist
yay, I'm so glad a new chapter is up--I was just wondering if maybe I missed the update when this popped up in my message box ^^
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kimstaticchild Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
That happens to me sometimes too. XD I randomly think about a story, and suddenly there's an update.
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MicroNekoGirlPur Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
awesome chapter! let's hope nick's better than the last guy....
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kimstaticchild Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Let's hope so! I don't think Ziana can take another giant jerk . . .
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MicroNekoGirlPur Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
oh totally.
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