Note: This, as you probably already know, is the confirmed name for the Blowhole special that will most likely be the last episode aired. Inspiration for this article came from LeonardFan's scenario posted under the 'Final Blowhole Episode Title Confirmed' photo and Jedipenguin16's wall post on the club. I hope you enjoy it. :)
Skipper walked into the room Kowalski was in. "Kowalski! What are you doing?" He asked, causing Kowalski to nearly jump out of his feathers. He tried to cover up what he was working on by leaning far against the table. "Oh...Hello Skipper. I was just, uh..." Skipper shook...
The prologue to this is actually called the ultimate fanfiction, or something like that, but I've changed it's title becuase I saw other fanfictions and I didn't want to offend anyone by sugesting my stories are superier- which they probably are now. Anyway, here's chapter 1.
I stayed with the three remaining penguins that night. Skipper had decided we would search for clues the next morning, with our minds cleared from sleep. Sleep was exactly what I couldn't do though. With my morphing into a penguin, and Kowalski's dissapearance, who knew what would happen next.
I had this idea...it festered, it made characters, it implanted itself into my subconscience, and now, I bring it to you. Skilene, but not too much. Has Oc's. Prolouge:The Mystery The sky was blue reds and browns and yellows began to commandeer the green of the leaves, yet summer was fighting back with it's greatest weapon; heat. Too much heat, in fact, than even the madagascar and Africa faring penguins could take. Standin on thier "iceburg" they waved to the few visitors, exhausted. Even taking a dip in the pool wasn't helping, the cooling units had broken in the heat, and all the "cool" had...
This is a story about friendship and love. How would emotions change the penguin's life? Can the heart be stronger than the psyche?
This here's the story.
Marlene was enjoying herself in her bright pool, singing loudly and swimming a few rounds, as suddenly an animal landed with a big splash in the water. Marlene got frightened, she quickly turned to the animal who couldn't swim. ''Hold on!'', she shouted and swam as fast as an arrow to save the poor animal. It was a rendeer.
She carried it in her habitat and as she looked at the rendeer's face, she smiled...
Note: Happy New Year, everyone! My resolution is to try and find more time to write and get things published. We’ll see how that works out for me. And, to kick off this new year, here’s a Skilene ficlet for your entertainment. Enjoy!
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“Hey, Skipper,” Marlene said, walking up to the penguin leader with a smile. “Are you excited? We only have a couple more hours!”
“Copy that, Marlene,” Skipper replied. “It feels like 2012 just flew right by. No pun intended.”
Marlene smiled. “I agree. It seems to feel that way every New Year’s,” she noted.