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Heroes remain alive as long as someone tells their story. He stayed behind. But none of us know who he is, or was.
Prompt: A person has to plan a heist with multiple copies of themselves.
An AI tries to figure out what's gone wrong in the memorybank.
"You should go back where you came from."
We returned to the Moon, half a century later, to recover the bodies of the first men to walk in that magnificent desolation.
The watercress and beetroot stews were having an effect.
Floating in space, a witch performs her daily search for meaning, and finds a future that must be subverted.
A drabble-length Terra Ignota fanwork.
An alternate take on the Voight-Kampff test at the beginning of Blade Runner.
Keito Keizen learns new things about how his body processes food.
Poetry capturing the state of mind of a race of robots which work best when they dance to the beat of one drum.
A Jekyll and Hyde pastiche.
The Mad Science Students return in a musical skit.
A slice of life, focused on a household shrine.
In the Infinite Loops, Smaug takes time to get to know Bard better.
If the Sun did not emit visible light, but the Moon did.
A fix-it fic for Star Wars: The Last Jedi that contemplates space.
A fix-it fic of Star Wars: The Last Jedi that dives into narrative.
Move along, robot.
I woke up in Mr. Gates' body, but I'm not Mr. Gates.
A crossover between Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality and Gurren Lagann.
A special agent crosses through passport control.
An interviewer screens candidates for a job.
How our house grew with our family. With ASCII art.
Scenes from a near-future Mars expedition
Contains discussion of nonconsensual sex, time machines, and multiverse theory.
A reputation assassin takes a job.
In which a wand that turns an egg into a chicken dinner is experimented with, and the Mad Science Students' faculty advisor makes an appearance.
The forecasters were predicting the forest would move, and so we went to check in on her.