Welcome to my Sandbox! I apologize for the mess, my sandbox will probably always be kind of all over the place.

I try to keep myself to 3 tabviews per sandbox, which means I'll probably end up having 3 or 4 of these fuckin' things as I keep coming up with ideas. I think approximately thirty times faster than I can work but I promise that when things are published they will be removed, which will hopefully cut my sandbox number down.

The only big idea I have at the moment is:

The Parapsychology Division: A division of researchers that studies anomalous paranormal and psychic phenomena.

You can find further elaboration on the above idea(s) on my second sandbox.

If you would like to see my completed works, or any unsorted works I'm developing, you can find them and the Hall of Honor by scrolling down.

If you would like to see my old, kinda bad SCPs that I'm likely not going to revisit, and scavenge through my junkyard, please click here.

Written for the End of Death Canon.

The Sun erupted into supernova, yet still mankind persisted.

Those who had the forethought and the money, built and boarded ships that took them beyond the wrath of their dying star's heat.

Those who didn't… their charred remains scattered through the cosmos, burnt brain cells briefly linking together to produce semblances of thought. It was unknown whether the people they once were felt any pain, for it was no question of whether or not they were alive, but the world did not care. It was beyond their control.

(I lost my short little bout of inspiration but if I ever come back to this I want this tale to go from the death of the Earth up to the heat death of the universe, as all matter and energy decays. I want to answer what happens to everyone on Earth when everything disappears.)

I decided I'd make a tab for all of my completed works that have ended up on the main site, because I'm really proud of them.

I will list all of my completed works that are on the main site below.

Feb. 19, 2018 TensionAn AWCY? tale inspired by The Cool War.