Into The Night “Astrid, Toothless and I are leaving.” He said to the stunned girl. She was amazed by the flight they just took. He so desperately wanted to change peoples minds. Starting with Astrid. The problem was she was a ‘true’ viking and they landed she ran off. Hiccup wanted to chase after her. his body kept him from moving. he had to figure out a way to change their minds.Into The Night3 days ago in Drama More Like This
The next morning he woke up sick to his stomach. He ran from the warmth of his friend. Hiccup vomited at the thought of his ‘exam’ later in the day. The friend instantly ran over at the sight of his sick companion.
The dragon’s mind was racing. Thinking of all the reasons the boy was getting sick. was it from the fish they ate? Toothless noticed how violently Hiccup was shaking. Was he sick from being cold? The dragon wrapped himself around the boy, trying to warm him up.
“Thanks Bud.” Hiccup whispered. He sighed needin
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Game: Mass Effect, Dragon Age
Characters: Alistair, Duncan, Wynne, Kaidan Alenko, James Vega, Morrigan, Flemeth, Samantha Treynor, EDI, Anderson
Disclaimer: All characters are the property of Bioware.
Chapter Twenty Nine - Broken
Alistair was a wreck.
When the desire demon had confessed his deepest, darkest urges in front of the one woman in the world that he would rather die for than have hear them, he fiercely wanted to crawl into the nearest pit and be buried alive. And then, to have her question his intentions after everything he had done to uphold her, it was simply too much to bear. She had said it with such biting sarcasm that it stole the breath from his lungs as surely as if she had slapped him in the face, and he was still feeling its sting. At first, he had been furious. But that fury was partially borne of shame. She was right, of course. He secretly re