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Respect other members of the group
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We do allow Nudity but we prefer tasteful nudity, and as long as it has a mature rating on it
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We won't be accepting roles of a Contributor until you've submitted a decent amount of work to the group. We are always accepting Members though so you can submit art as a Member first.
We won't accept every art we get if it isn't of good quality, related to Portal, has been submitted multiple times or alternate shots of the same thing, sorry.
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Okay...Now that that's out of the way, have fun. <3
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Portal 2 - ForeverIt’s such a shame the same will never happen to you.Portal 2 - Forever by ~MasterPassionCreed
Your life was born and nourished among lies. Unlike the others, you never found a reason to complain. It still dawned on you eventually — it reached for you in the slow walk of time, touching you when decay, subtle and steady, had already done its part.
There was no reason to keep lying to yourself.
Dying twice could not prepare you for it. You were not ready when the panels stopped answering your call, when the walls crumbled under your touch. You were even less when you lost count of time, and your internal clock was tired, so tired — you weren’t giving up, not even in a world where science meant nothing and its makers even less.
Time had just washed them all away. You knew it; once the centuries would become too many to count, no matter how many, it would come for you too.
There was no stopping it. The thought dilutes the bitterness, especially now — now that you barely remember, now that the g
Aperture Afterlife: GLaDOS's Story - Ch. A4We made it to Michigan where the salt mine for sale was at. The tunnels were at least five miles deep; I actually thought we were going to fall through the Earth’s crust.Aperture Afterlife: GLaDOS's Story - Ch. A4 by ~E1craZ4life
It was clear that all the salt that could be mined had been mined. So Mr. Johnson and I were able to buy it for $10,000. The sale made front page news.
Over the next three years, we started making bulk purchases of building materials to refurbish the old mine shaft into a science research facility. Naturally, we named it after Aperture Fixtures.
On February 17, 1947, Aperture Science Innovators was open for business. Later that same year, we were awarded the Best New Science Company Award from the Science and Business Institute of America.
I was confident that the world would now be changed for the better thanks to me.
Two years later, we were ranked #2 among the Top 100 Applied Science Companies by the Mechanical Engineering World Journal. Naturally, since we were second place, I wanted to know who was
Aperture Afterlife: GLaDOS's Story - Ch. A3We entered an observation room overlooking an assembly line where the curtains were being made.Aperture Afterlife: GLaDOS's Story - Ch. A3 by ~E1craZ4life
A large machine was melting the ingredients in a large furnace, and underneath was an extruder that was shaping a wide, plastic, translucent film. The film passed through a cooling roller drum, and the film hardened.
“So how did you get this whole place established?”
“Well, Caroline, I decided to go into the shower curtain selling business when I was 13. Most of the inspiration was drawn from my father.”
“Was he a salesman?”
“No, he was just a simple farmer. At least, he’s a professor of farming at the local farm college; he never farmed a day in his life.”
I snickered loudly. “Oh, Mr. Johnson.”
“Anyways, his theories on farming are the backbone of this facility…”
As he spoke, I watched the assembly process down below.
“Do it from scratch.” A large blade sliced through the ribbon, leaving a perfe
Aperture Afterlife: GLaDOS's Story - Ch. A2I was confused. “Did he not see me?”Aperture Afterlife: GLaDOS's Story - Ch. A2 by ~E1craZ4life
“Probably not. But since you’re in the shadows and covered in soot, I don’t blame him.”
“I guess I really am invisible.”
He pulled into a parking space outside a large factory. On the front of the building was a sign consisting of a torus cut into eight slices with the words “Aperture Fixtures.”
“So this is where you work?”
“Actually, I own the place.”
My eyes widened in pleasant surprise. “Really?”
“Yep.” He reached under his coat and took out a card. “Here’s my number.”
As he got out and walked around to my side, I looked at the card. “Well, this is crazy.”
“So what’s your name, girl?”
“Nice to meet you, Caroline.” He shook my hand. “Need any help getting out of the car?”
I unbuckled the seatbelt and dangled my feet out of the car. I slowly slid o
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