More explaining on ShadAmyMeaningful Lesson Themes
Something about a relationship between Shadow and Amy feels like it could also trigger a message in Sonic-verse and help the audience see the characters for what they truly are, since both hold up two different fronts. They might be able to "vibe with each other" on some level that was never before thought about. It may allow Sega to show the roots of a relationship's interior core, instead of its exterior, since when some think of ShadAmy, they really only think of the exterior appearance of it, and don't realize both characters' characterizations fit the phrase, "You have to see beyond the looking-glass/More than what meets the eye." And they have that in common: more than what they seem and are disregarded for what is seen.
-Both are, whether openly or secretly, insecure about loneliness.
-Both have been either misjudged or ignored for good deeds.
-Both lack what the other has when it comes to personality - naturally, they
Secret Santa- SonadowIt was Christmas on Mobius, and everyone was getting ready to celebrate. There were Christmas Carols in the air, the smell of fresh cookies and pies were absolutely everywhere, and a blue blur ran down the street.
"What to get, what to get, what to get...." Sonic pondered to himself.
He had recently signed up for a 'Secret Santa' gift giving thingamajig, but he had no idea what to get the person he was supposed to play Santa too.
"Darnit, this is hard! I have no clue what the guy likes!" Sonic put on a confused expression has he looked through the shop.
He thought this would've been easy. He'd thought that he would get Tails, Amy, Knuckles, or even Rouge. But noooo, Sonic had the most terrible luck because when he had reached into the hat of names.
How the heck was he supposed to know what Shadow of all people liked?!
The black hedgehog was totally closed off, the closest anyone got to him was Rouge, but she barely got any verbal contact now. He never said a
Sonadow - The Real Me Part 2Shadow's P.O.V.
First day of school day ended faster than I had thought this morning. The last lesson, which was a history lesson, ended a little before 3:00 PM. As soon as the bell rang to signify that lesson was finished, everyone rushed out of the class, before I even had time to get up from my chair. I sighed and began to gather my things in my bag. It was quiet in the class because even the teacher had already left with the others. Not that I mind about it. I thought it was nice to be unobtrusive. I perked my ears a little when I heard steps. I turned automatically to take a look at the door, and soon I saw how Sonic peeked in the class. When he spotted me, he began to smile.
"There you are, Shadow. Rouge already became worried when she didn't see you next to her," he said. I smiled a little bit.
"I'm sorry. Everybody just left so fast that I didn't have time to react.."
"That's okay," Sonic said and laughed. His laugh sounded happy and casual. I kinda liked that..
"I see," I said
Sonadow, The Game Chapter 6Sonic gave a shakey gulp as he stared down at the smoking bullet hole that burned where his foot should have been. Shadow stared at the hole as well while his red striped arm still shook rather violently.
He actually did it. He actually shot at Sonic. Shadow didn't mean to but at the same time he felt glad that he did. It showed the blue hero that he actually meant business when it came to such things. Even if it meant Sonic would have almost had a bullet wound in his foot.
However, it didn't get him to back away from Shadow though. If anything he had actually put his face closer to where their cheeks brushed against each others and had his foot up in the air when he moved it as quick as lightning to dodge the bullet.
"Y-you acutally pulled it... I-I can't believe it, you had..."
"I told you I would shoot you if you hadn't moved."
Sonic looked up at Shadow with a panicked eyes, both fear and anger were burning like wildfire in those beautiful green eyes.
Did he just say beautiful?
ShadAmy Week: Day 1 (2013)“What do you mean I'm not qualified to work here anymore?” Shadow growled, staring hard at the G.U.N. officer standing in front of him. The officer, to his credit, didn't flinch as the Ultimate Lifeform glared.
“Exactly what I mean,” the officer answered, “All G.U.N. personnel are required to have a high school diploma or equivalent to work here.”
“I'm the Ultimate Life Form,” Shadow argued, “I never had to go to school. Can't the commander make an exception?”
“Sorry sir, no exceptions,” the officer answered, “But we have a solution. In about a week you can take your test for a G.E.D.”
“What the hell is a G.E.D.?” Shadow asked, still scowling.
“General Educational Development test,” the officer answered, “Essentially the equivalent of a high school diploma. It shouldn't be too difficult.”
Shadow sighed, sitting back on his chair now, rubbing his head, “Great...
Most days, Shadow the Hedgehog would have little time to himself. As to be expected, G.U.N. assigned him some of the most dangerous tasks. Either out of confidence in his abilities or sheer spite, he could not say. But he completed each and every one with aplomb, only every once in a while failing to fully finish it as his superiors had hoped. They were satisfied nonetheless and would let him know as such when he would go to a debriefing. Not that their gratitude mattered much to him. It was just a job as far as he was concerned.
Some days, when he was not tracking down Eggman's latest machinery or traveling halfway around the world in search of some elusive object or person, he would be dragged to social gatherings by Rouge, who refused to take no as an answer. Her reasoning dictated that he needed some interaction with others. Which may have been true, he reasoned, if it were not for the fact that she always chose to meet up with Faker and his friends. He saw enough of th