Frisk is bent on saving everyone, even if she has to commit genocide to do it.
After tragic events that destroyed her family sixteen years ago, Frisk has had one goal in her life: To free the Underground from it's gaming prison walls. With her only brother trapped within it's disgusting walls along with her adopted Momma Toriel's kingdom, she will go to any lengths to finally free it all.
But when she comes close, there's more than one who stands in her way. Will she be able to accomplish it with nothing but the joker Sans and his trombone?More info →
Frisk has been locked up for four years for trying to commit Genocide on the Underground. After another child comes down, she feels compelled to help and earns herself a new role: She defends the Underground from the human children trying to destroy it. Yet, there is a reason they all passionately keep going. Once an accident occurs, Frisk has to risk a messed up reset to let the Underground survive. It kills all current monsters and brings the old she had once killed back to life. Frisk will do whatever she can along with Sans and Papyrus to get to the surface and make the guilty pay to stop the falling children and end the Underground's torment.
However, not everyone is happy about being killed by her, and Frisk now faces a bitter Undyne and her Royal Guard suite, bent on exacting justice too. Against her.More info →
Hopeless and in despair, Sans never thought he could escape the resets and continues caused by FRISK that tormented his life. But, when he thinks the kid is possessed and stops FRISK once and for all he finds out ... that he never really knew anything after all.
No more resets. No more saves. No more hiding. Life will never be the same for the Underground.
Relationship: Because of the nature of the way this fanfiction works, there are several Frisks. He knows all of them, but Sans only falls for one, and she is definitely over the age of 18. This doesn't blossom until some time later though, as this is way more than a sweet romance. Buckle up for some tragic dramatic scifi-twisting to the fantasy world of Undertale!More info →
Eighteen years ago, Frisk left the Underground, but there was another barrier to face before the monsters were freed. When Frisk comes back as an adult though, she must pass tests that 'destroy her human soul' in order to save the monsters, and Toriel won't allow it. Banished and unable to return, Frisk is stuck back on the surface.
Knowing that freedom can only be won with 'humanity', Sans goes to the surface to trade Frisk some of his 'monster' for her 'humanity', so he can help too. However, neither of them know where these tests will lead . . . or how far the truth really goes.More info →
Sixty years ago, Frisk broke the monsters out and to the surface. The few humans there are decent to them, and the monster kingdom prospers. However, there are several barrier entryways, dotting the Earth all over the place. Asgore sends in teams to retrieve the technology to create their own barrier to prevent future tragedy.
They find out the hard way just how dangerous the barrier humans are. Sold as slaves by their souls or killed for disobedience, Sans is the only one left of the team after four months. With his own luck running out, and believing he'd be meeting his own end soon, he senses something he hadn't sensed for sixty years.
Frisk.More info →
Monsters may be free, but there is a high price to pay for the one that freed them. Deciding Frisk is better off being a mystery, the monsters leave it alone for 14 years. Until Frisk is discovered. Undyne and Sans try to reach her in time, but she is left with a fatal wound. With even boss monsters unable to heal her, Sans heals her the only way left.
However, that was part of Gaster's plan . . . but Flowey was not. The result is wedding bells ringing twice for Frisk. Once to Asriel . . . and once to Sans?
*Frisk and Sans eventually.More info →
Alphys remains quiet.
Frisk is imprisoned in an unescapable hell above the surface with her children and her only friend in the world, Flowey. She should be there for the rest of her life. That is until the day the monsters learned the truth about the 'Pacifist Child'. Armed with new knowledge of not only Frisk, but some heinous things mankind itself has done, Asgore receives a peace offering he can't refuse . . . while Alphys remains quiet.
But when Sans finds out that Frisk's children are actually his own little brothers, the game of righteousness Asgore wants to play becomes dicey. And things will only get worse until Alphys no longer remains quiet.
Que Sera, Sera . . .
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