Jason of Baker Street Chapter 5- The Bank CrisisOne Week Later, at noon.Jason of Baker Street Chapter 5- The Bank Crisis by abigailsieve24
“An attempt in robbing you say?” says Dawson
“Yes, it is horrendous.” says the police officer
Basil and Dawson jump off of Toby with a police officer as they appear in alley. They come through the hole to doors. Which lead inside to the National Bank of Mousedom. Opening the door, The police officer holds it for the two gentlemen as they gasp at the sight. The clean, shinning bank is now in a wreck. Bullets cover the desks as the metal cages on them have been broken. Shattered wood pieces cover the floor, as Basil and Dawson step over them. Inspector Lawless walks up to them with the Chairman, Mr.Vince Mornington. The chairman looks tired, shaking to what has happened.
“I’m relieved that you could attend to this mess, Basil.”
“Who has been injured Inspector?”
“Three of my tellers have been injured. Miss Delia Monty, Sir Cecil Quentin, and Miss Alyssa found
Jason of Baker Street: Teach Me to FlyA/N: I decided I'm going to add a few songs into of the upcoming chapters soon. There's no way I'm making this story plain!Jason of Baker Street: Teach Me to Fly by abigailsieve24
So here is "Teach Me to Fly", one of those songs. Which Jason Hoskins, my OC, sings it.
♫ Come again, come towards me once more
Come to where I stand still
I can feel your presence
So don't be afraid to show. ♫
♫ Since that day, for a Fortnight
Skies have been gray
Flowers have died
The smiles have been wiped away.♫
♫ But as I dreamed, I see you there
With you wings up and grand!♫
♫ Teach me to fly
Teach me to soar
Teach me to be free
Teach me how to live once more
I need you n
Clone Detective Tansy Clone Detective Tansy fake TV spot trailerClone Detective Tansy by CherlnIDA
By Cherilyn Ohlau
GMD is owned by Eve Titus
"Way Down We Go" by Kaleo
(A subtle drum beat and bass starts playing, as a dark room slowly lights up. Beep beep, beep beep, ker ker, zooom: "Stability process, clone awakening in progress..." "Vitals normal, thought process functional, nervous system functional..." )
(Fade to a very lightly furred mouse resembling Basil with light green eyes, he lays down on gurney)
Mouse: Am I...a tool...or, an individual?
Father tell me, we get what we deserve
Oh we get what we deserve/ TANSY
(An old South Korean mouse in a lab coat looks at him, smiling from his desk)
Lab mouse: Tansy, you're an individual, you make your own choices. You were made out of Basil's DNA. The well most of it, but here you are, flesh and blood, with your own
thoughts and desires.
Tansy: But...I'm a tool for Scotland Yard. I was made to follow orders. Ji-Hun...which am I?
#66 Some news and a memeAs you have noticed, I'm not dead, hoooray!#66 Some news and a meme by Amaryllex
I'm going through a busy period of my life, but I'll do my best to show a little bit more activity on this site.
No promises though.
First of all, expect the synopsis of MLS in the near future. I have finished it in Russian long ago, it's posted on VK, open for everyone curious http://vk.com/topic-72630587_34917098
But I still can't find time to finish translating it into English to share here. It will be done though, just give me a bit more time.
Second, several MLS characters are going through changes. Some new details aren't going to be that perceptible at first sight. But some will be surprising for people who have been following me from the very first mention of MLS. Visually, no one is going to be changed drastically, don't worry. Most of changes touch the characters bios.
Also, I want to thank everyone who paid attention to the latest poll. I took the decision to keep the existing chapte
10 facts about my GMD OCsWell... 10 for each of them. This is something I just do a little for fun. Some of them will only have five facts because they do not appear that much in stories and art.10 facts about my GMD OCs by NightMagican
1. Ray was the very first GMD OC I made.
2. He was actually supposed to be a villain, but I slowly began to make him a story where he was only the little bad guy. Later he then turned to the good side like in Blood and Gold and Jezebel Killer.
3. His middle name is Michael, after his voice actor Michael Carøe.
4. When I created him he wore glasses, but later got rid of them. He rarely wears them now.
5. His black marks on his eyes were because of an experiment, but later just became a part of his design.
6. He is not good with sugar. Just a tea spoon of it and he can't stand still or think straight. Only to later be in a hangover after the rush.
7. He looks very dark brown instead of red in his first pictures, but it is actually the same colour code as now. My
The Case of the Black Arrow-Chapter 7 (FINAL)“You should have taken the morphine,” I said to Miss Fletcher in a matter-of-fact tone, which earned me a potent glare from the young woman.The Case of the Black Arrow-Chapter 7 (FINAL) by gmd-in-221b
The three of us were standing in the shadows on the edge of the West India Docks. Basil was acting as lookout while Miss Fletcher braced herself against a nearby wall, clutching her side and looking like she was going to collapse from pain and exhaustion. The reason for her aggravated discomfort was sitting close by wagging his tail, most pleased with himself. Toby and Miss Fletcher’s first meeting didn’t go well at all. Before going to enlist the dog’s assistance, I had once again offered Miss Fletcher liniment and morphine to dull her pain. She’d accepted the former and refused the latter. The scent must have been too strong for Toby’s sensitive canine nose, because the moment he got a whiff of her, he growled and snarled at her in a most vicious way. Miss Fletcher, having the background that she does, w
The Case of the Black Arrow-Chapter 6Things happened quickly once Basil and I got Miss Fletcher inside. We sat her gingerly on the sofa; Basil removed her heavy wool coat while I retrieved my medical bag. Miss Fletcher groaned painfully as Basil assisted her, which I took as a positive sign. The sooner she regained consciousness, the better, especially if she had any head injuries.The Case of the Black Arrow-Chapter 6 by gmd-in-221b
“We’ll have to remove her jumper as well. She has a wound in her side that needs tending to,” I said.
“I don’t think I can do that without aggravating her injuries,” replied Basil uncertainly.
I spotted a solution on Basil’s work table, “Hand me those shears. I’ll have to cut it off of her”.
He did as I instructed, and I sat down on the ottoman of Basil’s armchair so I could begin working. I snipped her jumper from hem to neckline. Basil removed it, and together we laid her down. It was at that moment Mrs. Judson decided to make an appearance. Bursting forth from the kitchen, she
The Case of the Black Arrow-Chapter 5Content Warning: This chapter contains sensitive topics that are mentioned but not outright depicted, but for the sake of my readers' well-being, I am putting a warning here. Please tread carefully if you're triggered by things like child abuse, murder, and attempted murder.The Case of the Black Arrow-Chapter 5 by gmd-in-221b
The wait for Sister Bernadette’s letter telling us more about The Black Arrow, or rather, Miss Artemis Fletcher, was agonizing, especially for Basil. For the first week, he was more agitated than he normally was, and became so snappish that I, not wanting to be on the receiving end of his short temper, took to avoiding him. It was quite a stroke of convenience that I had a string of house calls during that time, otherwise being in Basil’s company would have been unbearable.
The weather gradually became warmer as summer rolled around, bringing with it slightly more sunshine and longer days, though this did nothing to alleviate the tension in our home. The anniversary of Ratigan’s demi
The Case of the Black Arrow-Chapter 4 As an author's note before we begin, "hawkshaw"= old timey word for a detectiveThe Case of the Black Arrow-Chapter 4 by gmd-in-221b
For the second time in less than a week, I was gazing up at a run down building. The neighborhood was slightly better than the location of the shoe maker’s shop, at least. Basil was looking at the abandoned newspaper printery (located inside an abandoned human newspaper printery) with a fire in his eyes that gave me pause. While Basil was normally voracious in his pursuit of justice, and I no less enthusiastic in accompanying him, standing in front of another seedy building without a clearly laid-out plan had me doubting (not for the first time) his mental stability.
“You know, you never told me what we’re going to do if we find this fellow,” I grumbled. “We don’t have backup yet to help us”. Something told me Basil himself didn’t even really know. Either that or he did have a plan and the notion of something going awry hadn’t occurred to him. Bo
This group is dedicated to original characters inspired by the Disney movie The Great Mouse Detective.
You don't have to be the creator of an OC to be part of members, everyone is welcome.
The main rule is that your OC has to be inspired by The Great Mouse Detective.
What we accept:
Everything related to the GMD movie, but we're mostly focused on OC art.
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