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Sci-Fi Writing Prompts (Part 3 of 5)Sci-Fi Writing Prompts (Part 3 of 5) by SuperheroGeek13
The dim green emergency lights were embedded all across the ceiling, but they did little to light the dark corners of the room. Illyana waded as fast as she could through the water, which was now waist deep, and cursed the horrible racket the action was causing. She ran into the lift area and stepped in through the open elevator doors. She ducked down into the dark corner of the metal tube so that the water was up to her nose. She listened carefully for the sound of something splashing after her, but there was nothing but the gentle lapping of the water and the creaking of the ship’s hull. Had she imagined the whole thing?
A small corner of the wall across from the elevator wriggled in the dim light and then was completely still again. Illyana stared at the spot in silence for another second before it moved again, not making the slightest sound. Long thin fingers adhered to the wall and an elongated head jutted between the hands on a twisting neck.
Sci-Fi Writing Prompts (Part 2 of 5)Sci-Fi Writing Prompts (Part 2 of 5) by SuperheroGeek13
I’rinia rubbed her tired eyes and walked as softly as she could across the polished stone floor. A slivery light shone dimly through the stained glass windows so that the girl wasn’t trapped in complete darkness. She turned a corner in the large halls of the palace and came across a figure hunched away in the corner. It was just another hallway, but there was a divan and a side table against the wall. The figure was kneeling on the seat and as I’rinia stepped forward she finally realized that it was her mother. The Queen was turned towards her daughter, but she had her head turned down with her hand pressed to her forehead. As the Princess approached she almost thought that the woman before her was asleep.
“Mother?” she whispered, hardly audible even in the silence.
The woman lifted her head suddenly, the light from the high window dimly shining on her face and illuminating the tears that stained her cheeks. “Rina…” th