Dystopian (146 dystopian fanfics)
After the humanity has been almost wiped out from Earths surface, there is almost no hope for a better tomorrow. Eunwoo is looking for a new home. What she finds on her way will change the way she sees the whole world.
Yibo, better known as 9666, was created in a test tube as a government experiment. His nightmares are a usual occurance, and they are always similar, and always a new reason for more testing. When the new intern sees him in his glass room, he's not sure what to think.
After the nuclear war, children born with telekinetic powers are called Stormdancers. The world is now ruled by three nations that are struggling to survive. In the East, the Asian-Pacific Empire hire a group of elite soldiers known as Stardusters to wipe out any Stormdancers. Cha Hakyeon, a captain in the Stardusters, is assigned with the task of eliminating any children that may be potential Stormdancers in the ashes of Jeju island. However, trouble is on the rise. A young mother will do an
There are special people in this world. They did not ask to be special; they were just born this way. Now, most of them are slaughtered, leaving only a few survivors left. They got hunted down like animals, got taken away from families and friends.
Ever since humans and vampires decided to live peacefully together ten years ago in the country where she lived, Yoomi's hatred towards the bloodsuckers had grown far more intense. She even became a peacekeeper to make sure they couldn't do as they pleased again. However, meeting Taehyung - the vampire who seemed to be more interested in burgers than blood - changed her opinion about them.
One bullet determined the fate of the country.
"Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, fearing, doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before." - Edgar Allan Poe There are others like her. Others that can save the human race from the Other-Beings. Others that can restore peace and normalcy to the world. The others are being killed off one by one. It's up to Azazel to find those who remain and band together to fight the Other-Beings... or the government? Which side is the right si
synopsis: the summer that did not end
Jungkook is into the cruel, vindictive world of blue-bloods as a concubine to the Crown Prince in the Goryeo dynasty. In the 51st-century, Taehyung, heartbroken and lonely, spends his days alone on a small, drifting spaceship in the darkest corners of the galaxy.
Exo- The100au A world were only the young, healthy teenagers are left on earth to start back civilization on the right path. Stranded with no authority, no rules, and no limits- anything can happen. Luna just got caught in the middle of it all.
Three strikes and you're dead. In order to take criminals off the streets, South Korea enacted a powerful new tool: the "Three Strikes Law". Whenever a person is found guilty of a misdemeanor or felony, an 'X' is permanently marked on their forearm. If the person is to receive their
The Awakening is here, your Dystopian awaits, you either kill or get killed. Will Jongdae, muster up the strength to combat his morals, and kill or will he die for the sake of others?
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To save his sister, Jungkook sold himself to the BTS Troupe as a circus freak. The boys become his new family that he needs to protect from the beatings and mistreatments. But when someone else appears, he finally finds the strength to fight back. Title: the caged bird does not sing
WE WERE STRANGERSjunmyeon thought that the fight against the Apopletics would be over in his lifetime. junmyeon figured the refugee camp could help him and his friends. junmyeon never expected to be fighting for his life, and he never expected to go through it all with strangers.
In a world ravaged by war corruption rules, survivors salvage throughout the ruined cities. Mutated creatures roam the streets, killing the surviving. The government, or rather what remains of it, studies the people crawling through the rubble, seeing what affect the radiation has. Most die, the remaining gain useless mutations or are killed off by either starvation, dehydration, or the nasty creatures
In a dystopian world where Oh Sehun believes nothing to exist outside his dome-covered city, banishment is certain death. However, when promised a radioactive wasteland of mutants and sudden repose, Sehun is relieved to find there is more to the Earth than the estranged fables he had grown up on. The most interesting surprise: in the form of a tall, dark-haired delinquent and the most horrible surprise: to be into a w