Divided [ Sans X Reader ]

Divided [ Sans X Reader ]

161K Reads 7.2K Votes 49 Part Story
lest we forget By slavetosociety_ Completed

Almost four years marking the anniversary of monster kind reaching the surface, the human ambassador Frisk goes missing. Severing the link between the two species, an all out war breaks between humans and monsters. After bloodshed on both sides, monsters emerge victorious.

Yet somehow a miraculous town in San Francisco has evaded the warfare and even has an orderly society. And despite everything, Sans keeps encountering a girl who has saved his life one too many times. 

When your fate and Sans' intertwine, it becomes apparent that the relationship between the two of you extend beyond this timeline. You are plagued with memories of a distant life and Sans begins to hallucinate visions of a not so distant past.

Insanity seems to be eating away at the two of you and it's only a matter of time before someone cracks.

  • completed
  • dusttale
  • echotale
  • fanfiction
  • flowerfell
  • gaster
  • ink
  • insanity
  • mafiatale
  • pacifist
  • ravenawards
  • readerinsert
  • romance
  • sans
  • sansxreader
  • surface
  • undertale
  • undertaleau
  • war
  • xreader
Tattletail3251 Tattletail3251 Nov 24, 2017
of Papy dies I'm killing myself. I'VE SEEN HIM DIE OVER AND OVER AND OVER AGAIN! IM ABOUT TO BREAL AT THIS POINT!
dreamtale_umbreon dreamtale_umbreon 3 days ago
Yandere me: ok now she’s out of the way- SANPAI~
                              Me:goat mom T-T
ChildsplaySophie ChildsplaySophie Nov 18, 2017
N-no...*starts crying* M-mom, come on this i-isn't funny. N-now wake up. C-come on, wake u-up. *covers face with hands* m-mom please! W-wake up! D-don't leave me!!
CakeziPlayz CakeziPlayz Dec 07, 2017
WHAT THE HECK DID YOU DO? WHAT THE HECK DID YOU DO? FRISK, WHAT THE HECK DID YOU....DO?
Damn you, ruining my favourite black shirt like that you stupid shank!
Xx__E-Chan__xX Xx__E-Chan__xX Dec 09, 2017
Thank you sans your finally smart enough to realize that It Ain't Chara's fault