Most AfterTale stories take place when the monsters are settled with humanity, giving only brief descriptions of how they got there. While I have lots of ideas on my own, you help shape this story! What things do you want to see as the monsters interact with human society? My problem is the word-for-word dialogue. Send help. The monsters march down the mountain.
An assortment of suitcases, travel packs, and wagons trail behind them. The small creatures and a lone ungulate that inhabit Mt. Ebott watch the strange scene from a distance.
The monster's trail is long and narrow: Around a mile long, including the wagons taking up the extra space. Almost a thousand monsters admire the wildlife as they trudge along to their destination: The city within view of Mount Ebott. The sky-scrapers show the way; and indicate a dramatic change from what it once was. The fort-village that once sealed them away and guarded over them would now be the place that reintroduces them to life above ground. Guards escort the front of the line, and guard the rest. Conversing with people, ensuring the path is clear of large rocks and dangerous animals.
Harmful plants had long since been moved aside when they picked out the best trail days before. Undyne is not with them. Undyne hadn't even played a part in choosing the best path, outside of some small agreements with Asgore. Asgore was absolutely terrible with names. He hadn't even spelled T. M right. Her second-in-command takes her place, but not really. Though technically her regent, they aren't nearly as involved in the planning of this project as Undyne would've been. Normally, they would be taking orders from Undyne; who may or may not have been given orders by Asgore.
The second-in-command focuses more on keeping everyone in line and ensuring that their soldiers are following Asgore's orders, rather than their own. Speaking of, our King Asgore shepherds from the back. Duty suggests he do from the front, but he really wants to take a lower role. This way, he ensures there are no stragglers while his army does the rest; and he doesn't have to act like a leader. He is chatting with Gerson and a family from Snowdin. It was 8 months old. Killed 22 days ago, Areo was a mobile app that allowed users in Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi, Gurgaon, and Pune to order meals from nearby restaurants or schedule appointments with local service professionals, including electricians, painters, cleaners, plumbers, and more.
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Killed almost 3 years ago, Project Ara was a modular smartphone project under development by Google. Killed about 3 years ago, Nexus Player was a digital media player that allowed users to play music, watch video originating from Internet services or a local network, and play games. It was over 1 year old. Killed about 3 years ago, Revolv was a monitoring and control system that allowed users to control their connected devices from a single hub. Killed about 3 years ago, Freebase was a large collaborative knowledge base consisting of structured data composed mainly by its community members, developed by Metaweb acquired by Google.
It was about 9 years old. Killed about 3 years ago, Google Now was a feature of Google Search that offered predictive cards with information and daily updates in Chrome and the Google app for Android and iOS. Killed about 3 years ago, MyTracks was a GPS tracking application for Android which allowed users to track their path, speed, distance and elevation. Killed over 3 years ago, Google Compare allowed consumers to compare several offers ranging from insurance, mortgage, and credit cards. It was about 1 year old. Killed over 3 years ago, Pie was a work-centric groupchat website and app comparable to Slack.
Killed over 3 years ago, Google Maps Engine was an online tool for map creation. It enabled you to create layered maps using your own data as well as Google Maps data. Killed over 3 years ago, Songza was a free music streaming service that would recommend its users various playlists based on time of day and mood or activity.
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It was almost 13 years old. Killed almost 4 years ago, Google Flu Trends was a service attempting to make accurate predictions about flu activity. Killed almost 4 years ago, Google Catalogs was a shopping application that delivered the virtual catalogs of large retailers to users. Killed about 4 years ago, Google Moderator was a service that used crowdsourcing to rank user-submitted questions, suggestions and ideas. Killed about 4 years ago, Google Helpouts was an online collaboration service where users could share their expertise through live video.
Killed over 4 years ago, BebaPay was a form of electronic ticketing platform in Nairobi, Kenya that was developed by Google in partnership with Equity Bank. It was almost 2 years old. Killed over 4 years ago, Google Glass was a wearable computer with an optical head-mounted display and camera that allows the wearer to interact with various applications and the Internet via natural language voice commands. Glass now only lives on as Enterprise Product. Killed over 4 years ago, Word Lens translated text in real time on images by using the viewfinder of a device's camera without the need of an internet connection; The technology was rolled into Google Translate.
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Killed about 5 years ago, Google Questions and Answers was a free knowledge market that allowed users to collaboratively find answers to their questions. Killed over 5 years ago, Wildfire by Google was a social marketing application that enabled businesses to create, optimize and measure their presence on social networks.
Killed over 5 years ago, SlickLogin was an Israeli start-up company which developed sound-based password alternatives, was acquired by Google and hasn't released anything since. It was 7 months old. Killed over 5 years ago, Google Schemer was a Google service for sharing and discovering things to do. Killed over 5 years ago, Google Notifier alerted users to new emails on their Gmail account.
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