TimeTimeTime21 hours ago in Free Verse More Like This
And on that night the bite remained
Forever lost to time.
The others around him aged and withered
And he nearly lost his mind.
The day his dragon spoke
That day was so divine
He told the man of eternal life
The man began to cry.
He thanked the dragon for the life
But his dragon spoke again
Telling the man o’ thine
That if they wished
Their bodies could turn to ash
Or stone if he wished to be remembered.
As the man with eternal line.
They flew up high
then the man asked if they could die?
The dragon looked back to confirm the act
A soft smile on the man’s face
Told the dragon that the had enough of life.
With a heavy sigh and a light growl their bodies
Were lost to time.
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They joined their friends in Valhalla on that night
Welcomed and handed wine.
And even in death he took a breath
When they flew up so very high
Because even in death
Hiccup and Toothless couldn’t be separated by the passing
Mass Transitions: Ch15: A New FriendMass Transitions: Ch15: A New Friend3 days ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Shit, I’ve never been this shaken up since the aftermath of Therum. Just the very memory of the lava planet was enough to get my skin crawling. But thinking about having to deal with varren is not what I call the greatest of all moments in the game. I mean, you wouldn’t want to be shaking over with having to go through a mission that involved killing creatures that you find fascinating as well as frightening. But the memory of Urz and Eezo make me think they are the cutest creatures in the entire galaxy! Not unless they weren’t proper trained, mind you. My shaking pretty much goes noticed by Kaidan and Liara, but if they did see it, they weren’t paying much attention. Kaidan was continuing to lead the way and I’m shaking like a leaf.
Our shields aren’t designed to handle melee combat, they’re meant to stop bullets, and not jaws of fucking death that would no doubt tear our faces clean off! Motherfucker, why can’t I stop shaking so much? I
Death Battle: Thel 'Vadam vs Garrus VakarianEli: Combatants are set. Weapons are analyzed, armor as well. Let’s get down to it!Death Battle: Thel 'Vadam vs Garrus Vakarian3 days ago in General Fiction More Like This
IT’S TIME FOR A DEATH BATTLE!
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The air was dry and slow moving, not a single blade of grassed stirred from the faint breeze that rolled over that grass land. The taller, yellowing grass waved with the passing wind, like a thousand arms waving in unison, under the beating heat from the sun. A single road bisected the large plot of grass, to the west nothing but hilly grassland and to the right a scattered tree line that sprouted into a dense forest of dark wooded trees.
The air was still for some time, the faint buzzing of insects filled the air more than any sounds of sentient life. It was peaceful. Then a louder hum filled the air, it was quite at first, not something one would take especial note of, but as seconds ticked by it grew louder until it drowned out the insects, The ship hung in the air, its purple hull looking more like a beetle and biological than a machine m
Amalgamation - Chapter 15, ConfessionsAmalgamation - Chapter 15, Confessions4 days ago in Short Stories More Like This
Game: Mass Effect, Dragon Age
Characters: Alistair, Duncan, Wynne, Kaidan Alenko, James Vega, Morigan, Flemeth
Disclaimer: All characters are the property of Bioware.
Chapter Fifteen - Confessions
Four days…there was so much to be done. How much time did all of them spend tending to me while everything else had to wait? Too much time must have been wasted because of me.
I smiled weakly as Wynne patted my shoulder. "Rest, child. Do not worry about tomorrow. I know it sounds like strange advice, but try to sleep. It will help you to heal." She turned to leave, Irving and Duncan following suit. Only Alistair remained.
"Before I go, are you sure you're alright?" he asked, concern in his voice.
The memory of seeing my crew, seeing Thane, was burning a hole through me. I hadn't realized how much I missed them until now, how much I had already lost for a war I didn't even know if we'd won. Thinking I was really b