Superfan Magnuskrauss has collected all the postings from the PPMB Things Students Still Are Not Allowed To Do At Lawndale High thread and reposted them as a single file on a different website. You wanna see what students can't do, go here. (Beware of ads, though.)
On DariaWiki, the Multiverse, Defender Rings, and Tales of the Ringbearers pages have gotten thorough workovers.
Best fanfic line of the day: "Add "Friggin' in the Riggin'" to the list of Things Students are Not Allowed To Do At Lawndale High."
- Freaky Stories from the Fashion Club #1: The Diet Pills, by bhut (COMPLETE!): "Tiffany’s most prominent idiocy was her diet...."
- Girls Together Sarcastically #5: Closets Are for Hangups, by Dennis (COMPLETE!): “Well, that could have ended better,” Quinn said, attempting to sound friendly.
- Is It Graduation Yet? by MandeeMistress (Part 5): “I thought we might have to talk,” Trent said, looking into Daria's deep brown eyes.
- Mirror, Mirror, by Angelinhel (COMPLETE!): Three eerie tales from a dark carnival. Get your tickets now.
- The Sickness, by Angelinhel (COMPLETE!): In the small cave above the valley, she waited, toying with a a gun than only had three bullets left.
- Two Halves, by Dark Kuno (Part 1): “I still never understood why Mom and Dad possibly thought sending Alex to military school was a good idea,” said Quinn.
- Common People #3: Tears of the Dragon, by NightGoblyn (Part 1): “Jane hates me.”
- Falling Into College 64: This is Now, by Richard Lobinske (Part 1): The return of the Yeagers . . . and Sandi Griffin.
- The Heather/Damsel Chronicles: Clique, Clique, Boom, by NightGoblyn (Part 1): “I love those old classic horror movies, but you absolutely can’t tell anybody.”
- The Other Side of Time: A Father's Legacy, by The Sidhe (Parts 1 and 2): “So, what’s the surprise?” Daria said as they left her study. (SFMB)
- The Sleeper Awakens, by durgarox (Part 2): This could have been called: "There Will Be Blood." The "one-shot" continues!
- Tales of the Ringbearers 9: Artifact, by legendeld (Part 1): When he arrived, he saw the body she was looking at. It was a near perfect skeleton. Nicki pointed at its hand. Tom didn’t understand the problem until he saw the ring.