forbidden friendship part 4Jack ran out before his mother could do or say anything. He ran as fast as his legs could carry him, right out of the village and into the forest. Panting and wheezing, Jack finally made it to the forest, he decided no-one was following now, so he walked. He walked to the zone where Eliza said to meet him, but she wasn't there, "This is where she said to meet, I am sure of it, but where is she?" No answer. Jack waited rested against a tree for what seemed like hours, he was getting a bit frustrated. Jack soon felt the tree he was leaning on sway a bit, he could now tell Eliza was coming, only a dragon could cause that much wind.forbidden friendship part 45 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
"Where have you been?" Jack asked, "You said you would be here hours ago."
"Sorry, but do you know how hard it is to fly unnoticed?" Eliza replied harshly.
"Did you bring my ring?"
"You've changed a lot since I last saw you "
"What do you mean?"
"You were really scared before, now you are treating me like a human!"
"All I care about is my ring." Jack said
A Dragon's BeginningAt the Green Dragon Inn, there were no less than five or so people. The Bartender, his wife, a married couple, and an old man.A Dragon's Beginning8 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
In the darkness walked a man in dragon boots. He was wearing a tunic, also made of dragon. It was said that if you wore a dragon's armor, you'd be protected from dragon attacks. This man, who many called Iiyumi.
Iiyumi walked into the Green Dragon Inn. He walked towards the bar. "Two tall ones." He asked for.
"Coming right up!" The bartender exclaimed.
Iiyumi shifted his attention over to a wanted poster. This poster appeared to have a dragon on it. The bounty for this dragon was 1,220,000 gold. Iiyumi smiled to himself.
"That's Atarica." The bartender explained. "A real devil of a dragon. It's said that those who went off to find her never came back. They say that if you walk outside at night, you'll hear her voice. Then she'll appear in front of you."
"And then what?" Asked Iiyumi.
"She'll drag you to your doom!" The bartender finished.
"You'd be wise not to