TCC 33: Council of Shadow 5The Commission ChroniclesTCC 33: Council of Shadow 56 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
Chapter 33: Unforeseen Gift
I felt the energy field around me dissipate, and I wasted no time in getting to Latias, or Latria. I couldnt tell what was going on anymore.
Latias! I yelled. Wake up! Come on
I shook her a few times, and her eyes opened slowly. No longer were they golden, but now a bright sky blue. She blinked a few times and looked up at me.
L-Lateon? She mumbled.
That was all the response I needed. I scooped her up into my arms and hugged her. Was it just me, or had she grown?
She woke up now, that was for sure. Gah! She gasped. Lateon Id like, to breath
I let her go quickly. Dang, sorry about that I mumbled, shifting away a bit.
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I prefer to call it a choice, because I like to be different. Maybe that's why most of my friends are oftentimes five years younger than I am. Though it doesn't matter to me, I relate to them better than the popular people my age anyway.
As a nineteen year-old, I prefer video games and LEGOs to skateboards and cars. But today I'll be putting aside my electronic entertainment devices in favor of some good old fashioned quality time with Mother Nature.
At least I hope.
Walking into the hallway with my bags packed, I hear mom and dad 'debating' at the other end of the house. I already know what it's about.
“Chillax mom.” I stride into the hallway, trying to radiate some sort of confidence. “I got this.”
“Do you?” She looks back, s
The Commission Chronicles 7The Commission ChroniclesThe Commission Chronicles 76 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
Chapter 7: New Toy.
I woke up earlier than usual. Then promptly became bored, which is usually what happens when I wake up too early. So I decided to look through my art binder for fun. As I looked, I came across a picture I had drawn of several sword-like weapons that I always thought would be fun to have. Lasyr Blades, as I had named them. I had designed them as like an all-purpose weapon/tool. You could funnel blasts of energy from them, slice stuff with them, and my personal favorite. Put them together and ride them like a sharp-edged flying surfboard. But I knew that it wasnt feasible, or was it?
All of a sudden I pulled out a piece of paper and started scribbling down and working out all sorts of different numbers, measurements and equations. And I continued like that for several hours, until Latias woke up.
Hmm? Brad? Where are you? She looked aro
The Commission Chronicles 27The Commission Chronicles 276 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
The Commission Chronicles
Chapter 27: Final Commission.
This chapter is pretty violent.
THIS CHAPTER HOLDS EXTREMELY SENSITIVE SPOILERS!
DO NOT READ UNLESS YOU HAVE READ THE FIRST CHAPTERS!
I screamed as I dropped the Lasyrblades and rushed over to her. I didnt care if anybody tried to shoot me as well, Latias was all that mattered at that moment.
LATIAS! LATIAS SAY SOMETHING!! I yelled repeatedly as I put my left hand under her head to support it and my right hand over her neck. Just trying to keep her sitting up.
Then my right hand felt something. Something wet. I lifted it up and looked. And there was blood all over it.
No No! NOOOO!!! I screamed out. I looked back at Latias, and her eyes slowly looked over at me.
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I yelled out as I shot up from my sleep, sweating heavily. The visions beginning to fade. Then, right on schedule. I started shaking.
Then weeping. I sat for what seemed like hours, just sobbing on top of my bed. I finally slapped some sense into myself and just sniffed now and then.
I got up and hovered out of my room. I looked around, the soft pulsating of the crystals spread throughout Crystoldia almost seeming to speak to me.
I sighed and flew out of my room. Three years, three years it had been since Latias Since I fulfilled the prophecy.
And almost every night so far had been a sleepless one. Her memory haunting me in my dreams. Her eyes always reaching for me. I had tossed and turned, waking up violently from the all too realistic dreams.
I always k
The Commission Chronicles 5The Commission ChroniclesThe Commission Chronicles 56 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
Chapter 5: Home.
As Latias and I drove home I thought about everything she said. The story she told about Latios, and the way she thought of me. And I couldnt help but wonder if it was really possible for somebody to be so cruel that they could take someone from someone else like that. The thought sickened me.
All of a sudden I was brought back to the real world by Latias, Are you okay? She asked. Not particularly. I said. I knew I shouldnt have told you that story! Now your all depressed. Im so sorry I loaded it all on you! She said guiltily. No, no! Im actually glad you told me. Granted it was really sad yes. But you got it out of your system, if I hadnt been here to listen to you Well, it wouldve driven you crazy eventually! That kind of emotion should never have to be bottled up.
TCC 36: Council of Shadow 8The Commission Chronicles,TCC 36: Council of Shadow 85 years ago in Fantasy More Like This
Council of Shadow
Chapter 36: Crystalline Dangers.
I slept soundly that night, and I had a giddy feeling the entire time. This was such a new experience to me. Having my love so close.
The mere fact that I even had a love that I was now married to still did not register in my mind. It was as if I was in a dream within a dream.
But I knew it wasnt. That moment when I said I do made it blaringly clear to me.
Eventually I was torn away from my dreams, in the typical fashion where it was at the best part. But I didnt mind all that much.
I looked over at Latria, who was sleeping soundly. Her face had a small contented smile, which was only accentuated by the soft teal glow about her crystals. Clearly she was happy.
I planted a soft kiss on her forehead crys