The Dragonsuit--Pt. 1-BThe next morning, Alex worked on the silhouette longer; then, got the glue off his hands. He fixed himself breakfast and caught the bus just as it was ready to leave the stop. He once again sat with Dimitri.The Dragonsuit--Pt. 1-B9 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
Alex had another difficult time at school. Several of the older students from wealthier families pushed him around and called him names like "freak" and "ghetto-boy". That afternoon, Alex found a parcel with his name on it on the front porch. There was no return address. In fact, all that was on the box was his home address and a slip of paper that said the package's shipment was paid for.
"Now what have we here?!" Alex breathed excitedly. "I never get mail unless I order something."
He quickly unlocked the house and deactivated the alarm, then set the package down on the coffee table in the living room before heading
The Dracophobe- Dragon TF16 year-old Johnny was at his desk in his final period class, the bell five minutes from ringing. He was the spitting image of a popular tenth-grade teen: Cool, bored with life, stuck up. He looked to his right and saw Mary, a girl whom he had a crush on. She was absorbed in a drawing in her lap, paying absolutely no attention to the teacher. Johnny decided to take a peek, and he was horrified at what he saw: She was drawing a dragon. It was beautiful; really, the dramatic vantage point, the exquisite shading, the details picture perfect, but Johnny HATED all lizards with a vengeance, especially dragons. He was afraid of the way lizards walked, their beady little slit pupils, their disgusting, forked tongues, everything. "W-what is that?" he asked Mary.The Dracophobe- Dragon TF6 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"It's a dragon," She said, tilting it in his direction so he could cringe at it in high-def horror. "You like it?" She asked with a smile.
"It's disgusting, get it away!" He said, averting his eyes. Even pictures of lizards frightened h
Simulation of a BrotherSimulation of a BrotherSimulation of a Brother9 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
Human to Dragon
It was a late spring night. All other activity in the house had ceased, but John had kept going. The bright, piercing light outlined his form against the wall behind him. In the dark light, he looked rather plain. He had brown hair that he never attempted to clean up, and wore a standard t-shirt and jeans. Never getting out much, he was quite thin. John was a Junior at college home for spring break. Now it might occur to the reader, why would any college student be home during spring break. Because John is serious about his work.
John was about to finish up his latest computer program. It was a three dimensional dragon he was making as part of a computer degree. This project, was not just any project though. It was the mother of all projects. He was creating the perfect dragon avatar. It would express emotion in all ways, realistically. The scales would look real, muscles woul
Random dragon TFOur story begins with an average Joe who, incidentally, was named Joe. Joe did justice to the stereotype of your everyday nonchalant guy. He was 6,4 foot high, had brown tinted black hair ( which was combed back ), a fit but not extravagant build and dully iridescent grey eyes. He preferred comfort over fashion when clothes were concerned and thus his friends and family would consider his apparel blunt, efficient and crisp ( ties and sleeveless jerseys among his favourites ).Random dragon TF7 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
Joe also had a casual job working as a bartender in one of the many joints of Los Angeles. Everyone knew that Joe was a good and hard working bartender and also one of the most gracious among his rugged associates; so he was usually the busiest of the three.
Joe divulged in his more-than-normal and plain life, living it out as if it were a secure schedule. He would get up at 9AM, eat his breakfast and do what house chores needed to be done. At 12PM he would take a quick shower. 3PM was when he fixed lunch and usua