Titel: Kill?
Fandom: Undertale [EverdayTale AU]
Characters: Frisk, ???
Word count: 396
Finished: 4th December 2017

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The first monster Frisk ever encountered in a fight aside from Flowey was a Froggit. As the name suggested, it was nothing more than an oversized frog. Ironically as it sounds, it didn’t give the impression that it could hurt a single fly.

K-kill…

Who or what exactly the ghost-like person was, Frisk couldn’t tell. All that she could remember was that this ghost was the first thing she saw when she woke up in the underground. It never told her its name; however it made especially sure to tell Frisk to kill everything in her way.

“No.”

A simple compliment was enough. Froggit didn’t want to fight anymore. Frisk was finally able to spare her enemy and the monster minded its own business elsewhere.

Frisk decided to ignore the red glowing eyes of the ghost.

*

The second monster encounter acted in a similar fashion. This time a Whimsun appeared, a very timid and sad looking monster.

Kill!

Frisk wanted to comfort the sad creature; however, it was gone in the blink of the eye.

Again with the red glowing eyes…

*

So far Frisk either spared the monsters or simply ran away from them. She neither wanted to hurt nor fight them, thus the girl avoided a confrontation whenever possible. She was forced into battle however when Napstablook blocked the way.

kiLL!

“NO!”

“You are… a strange one…” Napstablook commented. In its eyes Frisk had been yelling at the wall, which was indeed a weird thing to see.

Napstablock wasn’t feeling up to fighting anyway and Frisk was able to act her way out of the battle once more.

The red glowing eyes started to freak her out.

*

“There is only one solution to this. Prove yourself… Prove to me you are strong enough to survive.”

Frisk had never asked for this. She didn’t want to fight Toriel, who had been more of mother to the girl in this incredibly short time than anyone else in the child’s life ever was, however, Frisk couldn’t afford to stay in the Ruins forever.

Now that was something new. For once the ghost didn’t command Frisk to kill her opponent. The glow in its eyes had vanished too, revealing the natural reddish brown colored eyes for the first time.

“…Kill?” Frisk asked the ghost.

… no …

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