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Do you have what it takes, to go 'Over the top'.
Something is in the castle, and it intends to have that question answered.
Where is it from? What does it Want? And why does it not seemed fazed by a deadly wound sustained from mysterious circumstances. Circumstances the creature is keeping under lock and key.
It will be up to Twilight to discover the creature's real origins, its intentions, and its secrets of a world far away from home.

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Comments ( 36 )

One question.
Was he wearing a Ghillie suit?

I like Will. He's exiting!
Also ghillie suit FTW!

Sapper........... nice. Wonder why he didn't freak. Maybe it was internal. Or maybe something else?

I'm guessing Williams an Aussie then? :facehoof:

Once a jolly swagman camped by a billabong
Under the shade of a coolibah tree,
And he sang as he watched and waited till his billy boiled
"You'll come a-Waltzing Matilda, with me."

Aussie! Aussie! Aussie! :flutterrage:

It says over the top in the desciption so is will from ww1

id like to see where this goes

I think I'll track this.

Or it could be a line from the Angels song, "Take a long line"


Nope it just says "ANZAC" I was hoping for a kiwi for once but guess not:pinkiecrazy:

373107 it could be but i gess well find out later

as far as I know ANZAC soldiers only served as the ANZAC in ww1 ww2 and the vietnam war. Otherwise its just been nz army or Aussie army

Take a pick of a war

My guess would be one of the world wars because hes a digger. trenches and all that you know? And because he was wearing a smock which I'm guessing means it was cold, something which I think vietnam isn't am I right? o.O I don't know I've never been

Actually, ANZACs were only part of the gallipolli landing. In WW2, it was the AIF (Australian Imperial Force), although, and dont quote me on this because I may be wrong, we were the AIF for some of the First world war as well in places like the somme. It was during the 50's and the Korean war that we became The 'Australian Army' as is it today.

I don't know what to think of this.

Well, when you come up with something, feel free to speak your mind! :pinkiehappy:
I love to know what you people are really thinking about my writing :twilightblush:

..The gave me a tin hat
and they gave me a gun
and they marched me off to the war

And the band played Waltzing Matilda


As the ship sailed away from the Quey...

And amidst all the tears and the shouts and the cheers
We sailed off to Gallipoli :applecry::raritycry:

You used a lot of mourning where it should be morning, and Twilight yells quite instead of quiet.

Haha, Aussie battlefield surgery: Remove a bullet by making the wound bigger.

Was he immortal, insane, or simply crazed from the blood loss?
The last two, it's how the lot of us are.

One of the most unique HiE stories around. Really interesting, a few spelling errors, but they don't really take away from the plot.


"How well I remember that terrible day.
How the blood stained the sand and the water...":applecry:

Wow, just wow...

This story is absolutely brilliant, no criticism. NO EMOTICON IS WORTHY!

Good work.


I saw the short description, and immediately that old Redgum song came to mind, "A Walk in the Light Green". Bravo, Sir. Bravo.

That was the intention! Cheers for noticing :scootangel:

I'm honestly surprised by the amount of people on here who are getting all the references. I thought I'd been clever, but you clever bastards keep pipping me to the post :rainbowlaugh:

I havn't even read the story yet, but I think the theme sony for this should be "[I was only] 19".

Mum 'n' Dad and Denny,
Were at the passing out parade at pukapunyal,
It was a long march from cadets....


And how in that hell they called Suvla bay,

We were butchered like lambs to the slaughter

"Preparation Prevents Piss Poor Performance, and I'll tell you what, it's the bloody truth."

:rainbowlaugh: Lol i love it.

It's a real shame that this story hasn't seen any activity in a while. I really enjoy it,

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