Author: Hydroblaze1 PM
Hopefully it worksRated: Fiction T - English - Words: 359 - Reviews: 1 - Published: 11-30-12 - Status: Complete - id: 3078902
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It all started like any normal morning would for me, while, unbeknownst to me, this would be the last day I could directly perceive "Normalcy". I started the school day as I would any other. My average day bored me, I wished for something more exciting to occur. I was often seen as a jokester, and to some, annoying. I am usually seen as highly intelligent as well. I have always dreamed of adventure, and, as of recently, have found it in a Foundation known as the "SCP Foundation".
I wished I could be part of the foundation. I was sitting in my bed, as I had just finished putting up my family Christmas tree, and I was thinking about the Foundation, when I heard a boom! I looked out my window, and couldn't believe my eyes! I saw, what I knew to be SCP-582, due to the fact I wrote this story for this purpose hours ago. He wore a black cloak with a hood, and I thought he was motioning towards me to come closer. I ran outside, and he handed me a scrawl covered sticky note, as well as a bottle of ten brightly colored pills. I asked if these were for me, and he nodded yes. He then ran towards the banister, and right as he hit it, SCP-582 vanished.
I read the note. It explained the purpose of the pills, The green controls plants, red controls fire, pink will give you telepathy and telekinesis, orange gives you power over the earth, blue controls water, purple can harness darkness white can harness light, cyan can channel the winds and fly, and yellow can control lightning. In the event you no longer want these powers, you simply take the black pill, and you will regurgitate the colored pill, and a new black pill within an hour.
Me and my friends will enjoy these, I imagined. I quickly downed the pink pill. I could hear my dogs voices.
I have written this for my sole use, any others using this to get more pills will be taken by the Foundation.
Sincerely, Nick B. Atkinson