Your Eyes Black Like An Animal | Moose HuntThick gossamer strands of light weaved through the sky, staining the soft blue canvas with shades of purple, pink, and orange. Most of the small mammals living within the forest were just starting to stir while others were just settling down for a restful day of sleep. Kavik blinked, his breathing calm and in sync with the five massive bodies snoring around him. The heat in the small area was becoming nearly unbearable. Sweat beaded on his copper skin, causing his clothes to clutch to the expanse of sinew and muscle beneath them and his raven's-wing hair to cling to his neck and forehead. His tokotas stirred, kicking and growling in their sleep, but remained under the blanket of unconsciousness. Rather than rejoin them in slumber, Kavik eased up to his feet, taking special care not to step on a paw or a tail as he moved around the tight maze of bodies. The task was difficult, considering his vision was limited to only auras of the organic, but he managed.Your Eyes Black Like An Animal | Moose Hunt7 hours ago in Profiles More Like This
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Game: Mass Effect, Dragon Age
Characters: Alistair, Kaidan Alenko, James Vega, Morrigan, Flemeth, Samantha Treynor, EDI, Anderson, Solas, Garrus, Leliana
Disclaimer: All characters are the property of Bioware.
Chapter Thirty Eight - The Black City
"Alistair!" My mind was still reeling with the feeling of my body crushed under the rubble, but that wasn't the cause of my panic. He left, he died, and he's not coming back...
"Shepard! Shepard, wake up!"
Blinking rapidly, I forced my consciousness to align with my limbs that were convulsing beyond my control. Sitting upright and wrapping his arms tightly around me, Kaidan rocked us both while pressing his lips to my ear. "Hey, you're safe. I've got you. You're okay."
My teeth chattered as I felt tears well up in the corners of my eyes, and I huddled my naked body against his chest until my convulsions tur