Undertale - Corrupted File.exe 100 (Semi-Final) Author's Note: Important notice in the description, read it when you're done with the chapter, please. .w. ------------------------------------------------ Grillby was silent as her words sunk in slowly. “You’re…expecting,” he managed numbly. She swallowed, and nodded. He was silent for several long moments, before grabbing two of her hands, and looking up, his flames wavering. “Why didn’t you tell me sooner!?” he demanded—though his voice wasn’t that loud. “I didn’t want to tell you with everything else like this…” she managed, biting her lip briefly. “I wanted it to be a surprise for when we fixed everything, but now…” The weakened elemental was silent with conflicting emotions stirring within him, his light brightening and dimming as he thought. He was overjoyed, distraught, and angry, and he wasn’t sure which to feel
Undertale - Corrupted File.exe 99 Author's Note: Important notice on 100's description, don't forget! owo ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Rex panted heavily as they tore down the hall with Frisk, finally charging down some stairs, looking wildly around, before they finally spotted a door that would lead out. Once they neared it, they found it slightly ajar. With a foot, the child opened it further, and squeezed through with Frisk. The fusion’s grasp tightened on the reptile, but Rex didn’t mind. They looked around—pausing as their eyes landed on some forms on the other side of the chain link fence. Rex cautiously drew close—and then relaxed as they recognized the humans. With that, Rex found the entrance Grillby had created, and rushed over. “Yo!” they called softly as they approached. Michael looked up, a hand on his head, grimacing a little, while Jeremiah knelt beside William
Undertale - Corrupted File.exe 98 Rex looked down at the fray in alarm, realizing they had made a major mistake, and started to go back for the door, when Frisk dug their fingers into them. “Footsteps still coming,” they managed. Rex gulped, and then wedged themselves into the far corner of the landing, their heart starting to hammer harshly. The door was slammed open—nearly smacking Rex in the face—but thankfully hiding the two from the new human who stepped out onto the landing. The reptile carefully poked their head around the door, watching the man as he stood atop the stairs…raising a strange weapon. Frisk perked in worry as the two heard the rotating chambers. The two children couldn’t see it from where they were, but Aqua came to the top of the weapon as the human aimed down into the fray—and fired. Dogamy yelped—crashing to the ground. At first, he had the energy to get back onto all fours, but his legs soon
Undertale - Corrupted File.exe 96 Red eyes peered through the darkened halls. A hand swept through white hair as William moved along. There had been a commotion up ahead, and he had gone to investigate it. He reached a door, eyes narrowing, and then he opened it, the room completely gray as he did so. The room, while large, was mostly barren, aside from two conveyer belts. Their purpose was not obvious though as he walked along, seemingly on guard. In one corner, Dogamy was frozen in time, in mid launch upon an unsuspecting human while Gerson was stuck in mid swing on another. There was a staircase that led to the second floor—the kind where one could see the door as the room had a high ceiling, allowing for catwalks to be held above the room. William looked around, eyes narrowing. “Frisk?” he called, walking around, and checking hiding spots. He stooped down, knowing the fusion tended to hide low. He was in a time bubble, so his defenses were do
Undertale - Corrupted File.exe 95 Downstairs, the monsters were moving about in a slight panic, all of them trying to prepare for the upcoming conflict. Most were wrapping up. Gerson had taken medicine to numb the pain—not that he couldn’t feel it still—and Mettaton seemed to have finished with whatever he wanted to work on. Dogamy had spoken with the remainder of his pack, who were tired from another long day trekking through the city, as the only lead they had was a dead end, and they started all over from scratch. They protested to Dogamy going, but as he pointed out, they were far too exhausted now to be able to contribute and not put themselves at risk. Dogaressa put up a much louder protest, disliking the idea of being left behind—again, but eventually, Dogamy managed to get her to stand down. “Should take some food for the Neck Warmer,” Gerson murmured a while later, stashing some into a container that vanished into his s
Undertale - Corrupted File.exe 94 Gerson groaned, digging his fingers into wood. After returning back to Grillby’s and Muffet’s, Mettaton had instantly realized he had been injured. He was now sitting on the counter, with Mettaton inspecting the wound. “You’re lucky your shell is so durable!” the robot exclaimed, scolding him. “I’m lucky, the calculator says,” the turtle muttered bitterly—the pain hurt, and right now, he had to sit still while the robot looked him over. He was out of patience and tolerance, though thankfully, Mettaton was letting it slide. “We should really get you back to the lab,” Mettaton muttered. “In case you’ve forgotten,” the turtle started. “We don’t have time to go up there and get a move on to that place. They might move if that human doesn’t get back.” “You have a bullet in your shell!” Mettaton ex
Undertale - Corrupted File.exe 92 “Clarabelle, are you sure you don’t remember which one it is?” Michael asked. He, Clarabelle, and Dogamy were in the Capital Building’s basement, in a room of what seemed to only consist of file cabinets. “There are a lot of files down here,” she stated, opening up one of them, and moving envelopes full of papers. “No…ugh, damn them.” She placed a hand on her head, sighing slowly. “Thinking is still a hassle.” “You could stay home—you know—like you’re supposed to?” “While Frisk is gone?” She put a hand on her hip as she turned. “I think not.” “I admire how you’re handling this,” he assured. “I just wish you would rest…” “He has a point,” Dogamy replied, opening up a third. “You can’t help if you completely wear yourself out.