You're making an okay living, running a popular blog and video channel titled "Life In The Doll House", which is dedicated to reviewing toys, dolls and games. It's a satisfying and enjoyable job, however, it doesn't quite pay the bills.
After a chance encounter with the famed Royal Scientist, Dr. W. D. Gaster, you hastily send in an application for his job advertisement: a live-in nanny for his two young children, Sans and Papyrus.
As it turns out, the mysterious Dr. Gaster isn't quite as you'd expected, and he appears to be more of a handful than his children!
However, you had never backed down from a challenge before, so why would you start now?
A canon-divergent Undertale story, in which the Great War was averted, and Monsters were never trapped underneath Mount Ebott. Humans and Monsters co-exist peacefully, and Ebott City is thriving!
A monster tore through the Undergeound and left it in fragments.
Alphys is coronated, left to pick up the pieces, left to wonder what went wrong.
She demands answers, and seeks them straight from the source of the chaos.
A phone call between Queen Alphys and Frisk, post Neutral/Near Genocide run.
"You will find the fallen children, and bring them home to me."
Lost deep within the realm of Monsters, Integrity has forgotten everything: their past, their power, their name.
They only know that they have one goal, but cannot remember how or why.
They know that true names hold power, but are they truly powerless if they cannot remember their own?
The memories once hidden in a cloak of darkness are slowly but surely revealed.
Integrity finds their identity directly opposes the very virtues and morals that their Soul upholds.
After discovering one's true self, they have to deal with the consequences.
Will you kill for your own freedom, or die to save the Monsters?
Despite seeming so impossible, perhaps there is a third option.
Fandoms: Undertale (Video Game)
04 Jun 2017
With this Soul, we will be free.
Yet the guilt will weave a necklace of children’s bones and lost innocence, tightening around your neck like a noose.
Your guilt is weighing you down, old man, and it will only bury you further beneath the earth.
You will fall, suffocating, with dirt in your lungs,
or live, with more blood on your hands.
A short piece focusing on Asgore's guilt, his boss battle with Frisk, and the suffering and horror that went into obtaining the Fallen Humans' Souls.