Write a story or poem set during this battle
The Alien King’s Fall
The human army wad firing towards a spider-like alien. Although they were in a massive number, they couldn’t defeat it. Some time passed, when Aline and Jake arrived.
—So, he’s the alien king?—asked Aline, hiding in the trench.
—Yeah.—answered Jake, besides her.—They’re trying to stop him, but it looks impossible.
Aline looked at a red light in the alien’s stomach. She pointed it and asked:
I tightened my grip on my soul rifle and stared at the monster that lay before me. Terror and greif gave way to apathy, glassing my eyes over with a dull cloud of grey. The heat of the arachnochrome’s nearing attack washed over me, inciting a full body sweat as my armour suit could no longer keep up with the infernal temperatures radiating from just a few yards away. A bead of perspiration dripped...
“We never should have come here.” the thought raged though my skull like a typhoon. Regret, and abject horror cut through the numbness I had grown so accustomed to, I’m deafened by it. The screams of my friends, my brothers, and the tundering thrall of weapons and machinery in combat, they all went unheard by me. I’m frozen in fear as the hideous creature lunges forward, pulling anyone near it to ...
They told us to march, and conquer.
They told us to rally by their side.
They told us victory, would be ours.
There was no victory that day.
Projectiles whizzed by my helmet, barely scraping past before thunking into the unfazed enemy advancing on our ranks. An enemy that would rip our bodies apart like soggy paper in the hands of an ill tempered infant.
There was no victory that day.
I Saw The Red
Ludicrous called out, his brother, once dead, began running to him. But stopped. Something was off. His face suddenly grew deformed. A beaming light grew behind him. “ You’re gonna die.” His eerie voice whispered.
He awoke. His friend, Klein, had woke. Him from his night marish experience.
“ You gotta stop grabbing me in your dreams,” Klein shoved him, “ Or I...
The buzz of a plasma blast made Chitar’s hairs stand up as it whirred through the air just to the left of his head. He’d brushed with death many times before, one would think he’d be used to it by now. The roar of grinding metal filled his ear canals as he turned to see the enemies newest weapon, an eight legged metal monster with glowing red eyes, and a ray gun as a mouth. A killing machine, it h...
I closed my eyes and prayed for the best. I could still see the beams of light bouncing back and forth through my shut eyelids.
The sound was overwhelming, but I had to pull myself together.
I slowed reopened my eyes and armed my blaster, pointing it up at the beast that stood before me.
But no matter how much my comrades and I fought, the creature didn’t even seem to flinch. The forcefield in fr...
I loaded the cartridge into Frank’s phase rifle.
“He won't need this anymore.” I muttered to myself.
They were everywhere at this point! They started in Seattle and worked their way down to Miami. Nearly everyone was dead, and the ones that remained weren’t too far behind.
“They’ve breached the blockade! Fall back!” Shouted some commander, whose name I never bothered to learn.
“fall back to wh...