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Little Scales.
Part Two.

Scales stepped forward and willingly took on this change. He felt his memories clear; he felt his pain lift as it was replaced by the sensation of his body changing.

Scales stood, as the spirit-egg Operia watched over his slow change, from his transformation from Human to Dragon Hatchling.

"Little One. You seem at ease, even accepting of your new form even though I am forcing it upon you."

"That's because I've been feeling so much pain as a human... But it`s lifted."

"I see, Little one. So that pain is gone... Your transformation won`t cause you pain, I hope..."

"Even if it does..."

"You understand."

Scales began to feel an itch, something felt like it was crawling up his arms and legs. A Feeling of weakness spread over him, which caused him to fall to his hands and knee's.

"It has begun."

Scales clenched his fists as he noticed his skin turn a pink-like hue and harden into small plates.

"S-Scales.... Actual..." He tried to speak, but his voice cut out unexpectedly.

"They look... Pink.... That's odd. You're a male.... But... Pink....."

The scales spread quickly until he felt and heard a series of snaps and cracks as his spinal column and skeletal structure steadily shifted and changed, and as tail seem to extend out of his body.

Claws formed on his fingertips as his hands became four-toed draconian paws, spines grew from his back with small spacings between each, and a set of small, weak violet wings grew from his back.

His skull began to shift at this point, a snout steadily forming as the scales slowly spread, the colour steadily deepening to crimson-violet mix, and his eyes begin to slit and the colour of his eyes turned to a dim green.

"Scales.... Are you okay?"

Scales only reply was a barely managed low whine.

"Scales......" Operia's voice was lined with worry. Something she's never experienced.

As the changes to his body occurred, his mind began to clear, his memories fading with each passing second. Except those of his closest friends, but as his mind, instincts, and behaviour began to alter, they seemed more and more like fake memories, as if he was imagining the whole idea of once being a human. So he pushed the memories aside.

"It's nearly over, Scales..."

Operia started to change herself, but it happened in a bright flash. She became a small spirit hatchling, and began to stare at Scales as his final changes to mind occur.

"Scales... I`ll watch over you for the rest of your days. If you need me, Call for me..."

Operia faded from view as Scales was left weak.

Scales took a clumsy step forward, and he felt himself fall, but his mind couldn't comprehend for a few moments that he had just fallen and was laying by the side of a small puddle where Operia once stood.

He lay still for what felt like a long time before he fell asleep there in the bushes.

Scales would not know what happens next, nor did he care.

The sun rose, breaking the darkness of the area, although Scales did not stir to the sudden increase of light.

It was however, enough for Lyle to stir from his sleep. He stood groggily inside his tent and made his way out, covering his eyes to attempt to stop the temporary blindness.

"Ugh.... Stupid Sun...." Lyle's displeasure was unheard, although he was unaware of this.

Lyle prepared himself a small breakfast of various fruits that he brought along with him for the three day camping trip.
After Lyle finished, he noticed that Traes wasn't awake yet. He entered the tent and when he saw the sleeping bag open, he wondered where Traes had gone.

It didn't take long for Lyle to start worrying, because Traes didn't show up for another half an hour. Lyle entered  the tent and looked around for any evidence that may have told him where Traes went, but he found nothing.

Lyle felt stress and fear, so he quickly donned a pair of shoes before heading out to look for Traes, completely unaware of his friend's change.

He headed out into the surrounding forest, not realizing that it was the same path as his friend, and eventually he came to a small clearing.
His jaw dropped in shock of what he saw at this point: a small, crimson-violet-coloured lizard with wings.

Wait, Wings?! He immediately thought to himself.

It's one of those lizards that Traes likes....

Lyle stepped towards the "lizard", not realizing that it was his sleeping friend, Traes.

Beta Readers' Notes: YuseiDarkUmbreon It's fun to watch Ace writing this!
Part two of Little Scales!
I`m really enjoying this story so far. :D
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Little Scales
Part Four.

Scales had passed out, whilst in the presence of Lyle, his old, forgotten, human friend. Lyle panicked, and tried to awake the unconscious hatchling. </u>

"Little Dragon! Wake up! Wake up!! What happened?! It wasn't me, was it?!"

A small glow appeared around Scales, in the shape of another dragon's paws. Operia was showing herself; as a full adult in form.

"Scales... It's okay. This human won`t harm you..."

"What the...?! Who are you.... WHAT are you?! I can..."

"I am Operia. A dragon's spirit. And the one who turned this little one into a Hatchling with no recollection of his past, as did I take away his ability to talk until he ages enough."

"Operia? That's a stupid name...."

"Do you disrespect the very ancient in-front of you? You deserve a punishment, you insolent piece of pale-skinned refuse."

"What are you? A thousand?"

A low growl could be heard coming from Operia, as she stood and raised her front fore-paw. It suddenly became a solid entity as she smashed it down upon Lyle, with just enough power behind it to force Lyle into the dirt.

"Argh! G-Get off me... You stupid scaly beast!"

Lyle looked up in time to see Operia had brought her paw back down on him with the same amount of force.

"That hurts... What do you want, LIZARD?!"

"Hmph. I can't believe Traes was friends with such a pathetic human."

Operia raised her paw for a final strike, this time she had intended to end Lyle's life.

"Wait! Did you say Traes?..." Lyle's voice trailed off, and Operia froze.

"Yes, I did. Why?"

"How do you know him...?"

"I thought you recognized him..."

"Recognized who?!"

"Your friend, Traes..."

"What are you talking about?"

"Scales... The little hatchling. He's your friend, Traes. He voluntarily let me turn him into a hatchling... To keep me alive... I am his guardian."

Lyle sat there for a moment before he laughed.

"You're joking! Humans can`t become dragons! No way! And dragons don't exist! I'm just seeing things!"

"You are very wrong, human, but if that is your belief, turn back and never return. You'll find your friend Traes doesn't exist anymore, nor will he ever return. He is gone, destroyed by the mind of the dragon."

"This is all just some crazy dream, so sure, I'll leave. And I won't return. Traes will be there when I wake up. I know he will!"

Lyle stormed off at this point, and Operia slowly lay down, left to watch over Scales as he pieced together his small encounter with Lyle in his mind.

Night began to creep over the small glade, and Scales continued to lay with Operia, Scales seemed content to lay in the warmth that had been given off by Operia; however weak it had been.

When the moon shone like a bright beacon in the sky above the glade, Operia slowly faded, moving her paw in a position of protection.

"Wake up soon, Little One..." Operia's voice trailed off as she faded until she had completely vanished, a small band of crystal had appeared around Scales right-fore paw during this process, and it glimmered with life in the moonlight.
Fourth Part.
TTSOT comes today.
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Little Scales.

Two people were out in a forest.
Traes and Lyle.They were camping there on a trip, and the younger of the two, Traes, who referred to himself as "Scales", was in his tent, asleep.
This is where the story begins.
They were camping there on a road trip, and the son, Traes, who referred to himself as "Scales", was in his tent, asleep.
This is where the story begins.

Scales was asleep soundly in his tent, over the past few days he had been feeling pain throughout his entire body.
He didn't alert anybody, not even his friend, Lyle.

A sound like a beautiful, yet drawn out wind chime could be heard throughout the camp through the night. It made everyone but Scales drift into a deep sleep, where as it woke Scales up.

Scales didn't make a sound or say anything as he sat up and grabbed a torch, stood up and exited his tent. But when he looked in the direction of the sound, he saw a bright, entrancing light. He wanted to go towards it as if attracted to the light.

He strode through the forest barefoot, feeling the cold and damp ground as he went along, trying to avoid rocks, sticks, and anything that could harm him along the way to the light.

A mound of dirt was Scales last obstacle, but it was easy for him to traverse. He simply wanted to see that light up close, so he wouldn't let himself get stuck on something so simple.

The source of light was a floating crystalline egg-shaped orb, the light it gave off was dazzling. Scales moved closer to the crystal to get a closer look at it, but his curiosity was about to get the better of him, as he reached towards the egg to touch the surface. He heard a voice in his mind, that of a female unlike anything he had heard.

"Traese... Young Traese. You have arrived."

"W-What? Who's that? How do you know my name?"

"You do not understand, Traes? Embrace the Crystal, and let yourself succumb to it`s beauty. Then You will understand."

"Why should I? How do you know my real name? W-Who`s..."

"Shall I call you by the name you chose for yourself, Traes? Scales, is it?"

Traes found himself feeling weak compared to the unkown voice. He wanted to turn and run, but his body was failing him.

"I know you're afraid, Scales... If you so choose, you may leave... "

"N-No... I`ll stay... But... What is... What... Your Name...?"

"I am Operia. A Dragon Spirit. I know who you are because you came into contact with.... Me."

"O-Operia? That sounds.... Ancient...?"

"I`m only a hatchling."

"So, You died... In you're egg?"

"Yes, Scales. "

Scales was shocked.

"Why do you want me to hug you're egg...?"

"I want you to take on the form of a Dragon Hatchling... But it will come at a cost, but you first get to choose one thing from your life to keep."

"You want me to WHAT?!"

"Take on the form of Dragon Hatchling."

"... Operia... I-I accept.... I`ll do it... And as for the thing I want to keep with me... My Memories of friends."

"Then The price of your transformation shall be your ability to speak. You can learn to speak again, but not until you've grown past the stage of Hatchling, Little one."

"I have one request.... Can you give me a name, seeing as I will no longer remember my own?"

"You already have a name. It`s Scales."

"Then I thank you, Operia. Will I ever get to speak to you again?"

"Of course... Now Embrace, Little one."

Scales stepped forward and willingly took on this change. He felt his memories clear; he felt his pain lift as it was replaced by the sensation of his body changing.
Hey Guys. I spent a while going through this.

And I have to thank my Beta Readers, :iconsunshinedragon:

and my friend, NegativeSanchez, whom's Icon refuses to appear.

I hope you all enjoy the read.
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Little Scales
Part V
The Moonlit Glade.

Scales was still unconscious, as the night settled over the glade. Operia had faded, but as she did, a small "band" of crystal had formed around the ankle of Scales' right fore-paw.

The Glade was bathed in a subtle moonlight, the sounds of the late-night forest filled the air, whilst Scales lay curled up in the dirt.

"Wake up little one..."

A silent whimper left Scales as he slowly rose, a chill was in the air, a light fog limited Scales currently short vision.

"Good boy, Scales. Now go deeper into the forest. You'll be much, much safer there..."

The forest floor was cold and damp, and as Scales got to his feet, he moved his paws slightly. He didn't like the cold.

"You`ll be safer there, in the deeper Glades."

Scales started taking little, clumsy steps, heading in the direction he thought was the "Deeper Glades".

"Turn around. It's the other direction."

He slowly turned, trying not to slip and fall. Scales stepped on a rock, then proceeded to yelp, but he continued.

"What was that...? Are you hurt?"

Scales only response was a small, weakened whine.

A few moments passed until Scales finally arrived at the "Deeper Glades".

There was a quiet whine, a little growl, and the sound of a stick getting stepped on and broken nearby. Scales instantly froze in place, too scared to turn back and see what caused the noise

Scales felt something small press against his side, and it quietly whined.
He looked down, and smiled at the small, green scaled-purple eyed hatchling he saw, which looked back at him. She was much smaller than Scales, just a little under half his size.

"Is someone else there?..."

A small, but playful, growl came from the smaller hatchling. Scales replied with a chirp-like sound and stood with his claws against hers. Their tails swayed back and forth until Scales made the first move and attempted to pounce her.

The little hatchling stepped out of the way and climbed onto Scales' back when he landed.

The smaller, more agile hatchling bit into Scales back lightly, and in play causing him to yelp in surprise.

He shook himself, as he attempted to get the little one off, but she had gotten a grip onto his scales.

Scales proceeded to give dragon-smile, and allowed the other to stay on his back.


Scales blinked and cheeped a "Hello" to the other, who replied by making a similar sound.

"Wait... Another Dragon hatchling? But I thought...."

The sound of a loud crash boomed in the sky. Scales and the friendly hatchling both froze, scared.

"Thunder! Isn't it such a... Wait, you're scared... Scales, find someplace to lay. It`s going to rain soon."

Scales didn't know what Rain was, so when he felt something cold and wet hit his back, he ran for the cover of a tree. The little hatchling had covered her head with her wings.

Another thunder clap, and a torrential down fall began.

As the rain fell, the sound of an obviously loud THUMP happened just a bit behind Scales, followed by another, and another, and another.

"Scales! Those are footsteps; Big footsteps!"

The hatchling laying on Scales back chirped slightly, and Scales turned his head to face her. The next thing he saw was a purple tongue licking his face.

Scales didn't know to be embarrassed, but he went as red as he thought possible.

"... Did you just get licked?"

Scales blinked when the hatchling stopped, too surprised to really notice anything.

But reality came back to him when he realized there was someone else there.

The obvious mother to the little hatchling, who was now being held by the tail, hanging from her maw.

Scales stared up in surprise, He felt so tiny!

<End of Chap. 5!>
<<Author Note: Sorry for the long wait, guys!>>
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i play the dawn of the dragon game and i just love it and cant get spyro n cynder love out my head

also DA seem to not have many spyro n cynder art so i thoguht i start it off with this great art work of there love :D

spyro x cynder 4ever
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A Scene from Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon, the third installment of the "Legend" series, the part where Cynder reassures Spyro after Ignituses (Spyros father-figure)'s death.

I had no reference whatoever after watching this scene, I drew it completely from memory. So please excuse the errors here, Spyros face seems a bit munted but I like the way Cynder came out.

I'll admit, the "Legend" Trilogy is nothing compared to the original Spyro on Ps1, (which I grew up on as a kid) but DOTD was the one most loyal to the orginal, (I loved exploring the valley and the flying is wicked)

I was really disappointed with "A New Begining" and "The Eternal Night" I thought both were rubbish, But DOTD was a huge improvement, even though I love Cynders (The Black Dragonesses) character. Shes a great addition to the series and kept it interesting through the gameplay.

The Detail I put into this made it all worth it :heart:
If you're going to fave, I would love it if you would also leave a kind comment behind, thanks :)
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Don't worry the Heros are on the way = D

spyro cynder (c)serria
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Note: This is a story, with vore. If you do not like that, do not read this. It is also my first story I have submitted. Critique is welcome, but do keep in mind I am new to this.

In a dense patch of wilderness, far from any civilization, was a village. The village, though self dependent, was a decent place to live. It looked like something straight out of the middle ages; the houses were built out of common materials, such as wood and straw, and many of the people in the village were farmers. The village knew about the world outside, but kept to itself; they found life in the wilderness appealing. There was no village leader; it was a completely democratic society, where they would join together and decide in issues in a clearing to the south. It was not paradise, but it was home.

In this village lived a young man by the name of Daniel. Daniel was about age eighteen, and not particularly athletic. He was very good with politics in his village, however, and his father was looked up to as one of the wisest men in the village. Everybody came to him for advice on current matters, and Daniel, while proud of his father, was a bit jealous. He loved his father, but he only wished that he could have the same status. His father was reassuring, and told him that he would be a great man, who would take his place when the time came. Daniel knew his father was telling him what he truly believed, and this made him feel better, but he still wanted to make a difference.

One day, he told his father that he was going into the woods to take a break. He had recently helped the local blacksmith with his work, and while he enjoyed the learning experience, it tired him out.

"It won't be long, I just want to go out and relax by myself for a while," Daniel said calmly. Daniel's father looked at him, and a look of acceptance grew on his face.

"I do not mind. Just watch yourself out there. You never know what you might find, bad or good. You're a smart boy, I know, but even you can sometimes be a little hasty."

Daniel's father slowly sat down on a stool near a hearth, and started to jot something down.

"I will be home on time. Do not worry about me, I'll be fine!" Daniel said optimistically. "Besides, what's the worst that can happen? We don't have many dangerous animals in the area anyway. It's one of the reasons we chose this place, so our cattle would be safe."

"Assumptions can be dangerous, my boy," his father warned. "Though I do think you will be alright."

As Daniel stepped outside, he took a deep breath. He liked living in this village, but sometimes it did feel a tad boring. He normally would just go to the clearing and relax, but today he felt he wanted to do something different. As he looked around, he noticed a path that lead to a river nearby. Nobody really went that way anymore, as they got their water from the well in the center of town. He thought it would be a nice place to take a break, and he started down the path.

The forest was one of the most peaceful places Daniel could imagine. It was a beautiful place, filled with trees and foliage. Many different kinds of birds were singing in the trees, and Daniel could see many different kinds of wildlife as he strolled towards the river. Yet, even though the area surrounding him was tranquil, something would not let Daniel's mind be at ease. He felt a strange presence as he walked that chilled his spine. Could it be that someone, or rather, something, was watching him? He did not want to think about it too much. The last thing he wanted at the moment was to be anxious, and he tried to ignore his body's subtle warnings. But he just could not shake the feeling that something was following him, and he stopped and nervously looked around. He could not see anything, but he knew something was there. He told himself to just ignore it for now, and he kept walking.

When Daniel made it to the river, the scene looked like something from a beautiful postcard. A waterfall to his right frothed as the water made its way downstream through rapids and rocks. Tall grass lined the sides, and the calming sound of river water helped ease any tension he might have felt before. He sat down by the river and listened to the scenery around him. Maybe this won't be so bad after all, he thought. I've made it this far without any trouble. I should be fine, right?

Daniel was almost nodding off when he heard a bush shake to his right. He listened carefully, and it almost sounded like something was sliding across the ground. He stood up and faced the bush.

"Look, whoever you are, stop following me. I'm tired, and I just want to rest."

As Daniel said these words, something caught his eye. He squinted further into the shade, and that's when he saw them.

Two big yellow eyes, looking directly at him, as if the creature they belonged to was about to pounce on him.

The sight shocked Daniel, and he stumbled and fell on his back. As he looked back, he saw the creature emerge from the bushes.

It was a dragon. A very big, green one at that. It had a white plating that went from the bottom of its lower jaw to the tip of its tail, and horns on its head that slightly curved backwards. It was big, about 20 feet tall, 45 feet long and 16 feet wide, and was waving its tail back and forth. Its wings were curled on its side, and looked massive. But the most interesting part of this creature was its face. It looked at him intelligently, and he swore its mouth curled into a smirk.

"Hello, dear." It said, in a somehow relatively quiet, yet soothing feminine voice. "I was not expecting a human from the nearby village to be out around this time. I usually see you stick close to the village. Not many of you go this far out."

Daniel replied by crawling back a bit, and he swore the dragon's smile grew bigger.

"You look very scared. I don't suppose I can blame you. I am a giant compared to you, aren't I? But I guess I didn't come here with the most 'harmless' of intentions, either."

"I just wanted to relax by the riverside," Daniel said. "I did not mean you any harm. I did not know this was your territory, or anything like that."

"I am not here on either of those accounts. Rather, I came here to have a little, 'fun'. It's been a while since I've got to meet one of your kind, and I want to make it worthwhile."

The dragon grinned wider, showing its teeth. Daniel tried to push himself up, but was greeted by a claw pressing him down, gently, but firmly.

"Are you going to hurt me?" he said fearfully.

"Hurt you? That depends. I don't like giving spoilers, but I can tell you one thing right now. I'm about to have a nice snack."

Daniel could not believe what he just heard. He was going to be eaten by the dragon that held him in his grasp. The least he could hope for was that she would spare him pain. The last thing he wanted was a painful, slow death.

"You sure we can't talk about this? There are plenty of deer in the area. They're even overpopulating around this time of the year. I'm sure they'll be even more filling than I could ever be."

The dragon pulled him up, slowly. "Boy, I am not here to satisfy my hunger. I am here to have some fun. Do you think a deer could be anywhere near as entertaining as a human that can feel a full range of emotion?" Daniel struggled ever so slightly, and then looked her directly in the eyes.

"I don't want to die. I've never done anything wrong. Why can't it be someone else, who might come closer to deserving this kind of fate?"

The dragon slightly rolled her eyes after he finished talking.

"You might not understand now, but you will after I'm finished. You aren't going to change my mind. Now, let's start this, shall we?"

The dragon opened her mouth, lined with teeth and saliva. Her tongue looked like a big, pink slug, lying down in her mouth, covered in slime. He tried to wriggle, but she just pulled him closer. He could see the small, cramped quivering hole that he would be forced downward. He didn't want this. He just wanted to relax after the hard work he had done, and then go home. Why can't anything go right?, he though to himself as she slowly lowered him inside, feet first. As they entered her mouth, she closed, softly but firmly, and held him in place by his waist, still holding him slightly with her claw, like she was sliding him inside. She opened a little and pushed more of him inside, up to his neck. He could feel the warm breath from her nostrils. Finally, she let go, pulled him inside, and snapped her jaws shut.

Daniel could not believe the situation he was in. All this time, he believed he was going to grow up to be successful, to live up to his father's name, while in reality, he was going to die here, right now, and there was nothing he could do about it. He was trapped, in the very definition of the word, and all he could possibly hope was that he would pass out when he made it to her stomach. Slowly, she licked him over, like savoring a popsicle. He might want this to end, but she was going to take her time.

Finally, she stopped. It must have been a few minutes, but to Daniel it felt like he had lied there for hours. She then tilted her head up, and used her tongue to push him back into her throat. This is it, he thought. There's no turning back now. As he was pulled into her esophagus, his memories flashed by his eyes. Memories of studies he did and praise he had received, memories of his father and him spending much time together, and finally, his father telling him that he could not wait until his son took his place.

"I guess it's never going to happen now," he said quietly. He swore the dragon heard him, as she let out a little chuckle, and swallowed him whole.

It was a tight fit, but somehow he managed to fit in that cramped, muscular passage. He could not even move; he was pushed in on every side. He could not even think clearly. He just felt nothing. He was pushed further and further, until he hit a tight spot, which opened shortly. First his feet went through, then his waist, and then finally, he fell into the small chamber, which shivered as he landed. He curled up into a fetal position, and leaned against the wall of the stomach that now housed him. He was scared, deathly scared, and slightly accepting. He took a breath, and was surprised to feel air, while slightly stale, fill his lungs. Shouldn't there be little air in here?, he questioned. He felt more at ease. Maybe this wasn't the end. Maybe he would get to see the outside again after all. He did not feel any digestive acids and enzymes. Maybe she really was just there to have fun, and nothing else. Slightly more relaxed, he laid on his side, and started to rest, cradled by the warm muscle around him.

He thought about his life at home. If the dragon wasn't going to kill him, maybe they could meet again? He did not really mind this. It was wet, sure, but not putrid, and there was something strangely compelling about it. If this was her idea of "fun", he didn't mind.

Daniel woke up as he felt the world shift around him as the dragon stood up. He rolled onto his chest, and then felt the muscle around him start lurching. The stomach started to squeeze him forward, and he was pushed back into her throat. He was being pulled up. Everything would be alright after all, he assured himself. Finally, he was pushed out of her throat, and onto her tongue.

She lifted her hand up to her mouth, and lifted him out of it. Gently, she placed him on the ground, and he rolled onto his back. She was smiling at him, but not so much of the playful smile as before. This was a satisfied smile.

"See? That wasn't so bad. You had nothing to fear."

Daniel lifted himself up into a sitting position, and looked back up at her.

"I would have appreciated it if you told me about the not dying part earlier."

She gave a hearty chuckle, and cradled him with her claw.

"Then it wouldn't be as fun now, would it?"

"Maybe for you. I certainly would have been better off with the warning."

Her chuckle turned into a laugh, as she raised her head towards the sky.

"True. But it's already over and dealt with. Now, I would assume you want to go back home. It's been a few hours since we met, and you have that look on your face like someone is worried about you."

She was right. He did promise his father that he would be back shortly, and a few hours is not what one would call short.

"You're right, but there is one thing I wanted to ask. Do you want to meet each other again?"

She grinned at him, as if she had heard exactly what she wanted to hear.

"Of course I would. We can meet next week, on the same day, how does that sound?"

Daniel smiled back. "It sounds great. Now, I must get going home, or my father will be worried."

Before he could move, however, the dragon lifted a finger in front of him. "Not so fast. We haven't even introduced ourselves to each other. My name is June. And yours?"

"My name is Daniel. It was nice meeting you in this kind of... situation."

She raised her head, still keeping her gaze on him.

"It was nice meeting you as well, Daniel. I hope we can do this again." She turned away, and looked back at him. "By the way, you taste excellent, although I'm not sure if you would consider that a compliment."

"From a big dragon who defines fun as eating people to pass time, I do. I hope we can meet each other again as well."

She smiled, turned her head back, and walked away, back into the bushes from whence she came. Daniel moved himself towards the river and washed himself off. He then started on the path back to his home.

As he walked in through the door, he looked towards his father, who looked just as calm as he did when he left.

"Sorry I took so long, dad. I really hoped it would have only taken an hour or so."

His father looked at him and smiled. "It does not matter to me, son. Those kinds of things happen when you get to relax. All that matters to me is, did you get the rest you needed?"

Daniel thought for a bit, smiled, and spoke. "I did."
This is my first story I have submitted to deviantART. It is also my first vore story I have written. Many thanks to Mark (:iconmasterlevan1:), who helped me warm up to writing this when we talked.

Critique is welcome, but do be gentle, as I am new to this. I would like to know how well I did.
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This is for :iconspyrocynderforever85:
She asked me if I can draw Spyro and Cynder like Kiara and Kovu from The Lion King 2 after the song "Love will find a way" looking into water. Hope you know the scene :)

Made with Photoshop CS3

Spyro Insomniac
Cynder Sierra and other guys
Reference from the Lion King 2
drawing by me
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This is my second attempt at a story. It is a continuation of the previous one, and I hope it is good. Once again, criticism is welcome. As before, it does include harmless vore, so if you do not like that, don't read.

The Second Meeting

The last week for Daniel had not been the most pleasant one, but only because he could not sleep. He tossed and turned in bed, thinking only of the dragon, June, that he had seen last week in an event he still cannot believe had actually happened. It still felt like some kind of dream, the events of that day. First the meeting, then being caught in her grasp, then actually being eaten, and yet somehow surviving. And she wanted to meet him again. It made him excited, yet anxious as well. Most would not want to meet a dragon whose formal greeting consisted of swallowing them whole, but to Daniel he felt as if this had some kind of... appeal. His father had been worried about him getting little sleep, but he did notice that Daniel had an aura of excitement around him, and it put him at ease that his son, while losing sleep, was doing so for something so special to him that he seemingly thought of nothing else. Nevertheless, he did not like to see Daniel so tired during the day, and allowed him to take more breaks than usual, as he probably needed them.

Daniel awoke on Thursday as he had before, sleepy from lack of rest. But today, despite his drowsiness, he felt more alive than during any of the past few days.

Today was the day he would see June again.

He got out of his bed and made it hastily. He did not want to make a mess, but excitement is an overpowering emotion. The thought of seeing the dragon again excited him, but deep down he could feel another emotion welling up inside. There was a tinge of fear that still ran through him. He still was a near-stranger to this mythical beast that had appeared in the expansive backyard of the village that is the forest. He still felt anxious about what he would say to her, how to act, how to not offend her. He knew that everything would probably turn out all right, but this fear was a difficult one to shake regardless. Nevertheless, he had already made up his mind. Nothing was going to stop him from breaking his promise, no matter how he felt about it. He hurried over to a stove and made himself some eggs, ate them quickly, washed the dishes off and wrote a note to his dad telling him he would be gone for an extended period of time. With everything settled at home, he walked out the door.

The village was the same as it seemed to be every morning. The sun was bright in the sky, illuminating everything around him with its white light. Children were playing in the streets, and both men and women were hard at work with their jobs and chores for the day. A few pigeons were nested on top of a hut, cooing and pruning their feathers. It seemed like nothing could ever go wrong in this village, and indeed, nothing serious has occurred in the village since its creation. It was as close to a paradise as they could get with some primitive technology and dozens of people. Daniel closed the door behind him, and moved over to the path that he had took a week earlier. It already had a slightly nostalgic feel to it, and the entrance into the forest reminded him of a cave in the side of a mountain, begging him to explore further. After a few minutes of hesitation, he walked in.

Daniel watched his pace while he was on the trail. While it was not exactly a hike, it still had its fair share of rocks and slopes. Daniel took his steps carefully, and made it to the river without any problems. As he stepped into the small clearing, a familiar figure was already laying down on its legs, almost catlike, next to the river.

"You're earlier than I thought you would be." June still had her head turned towards the river.

"I didn't want to keep you waiting," Daniel said while walking forward.

June chuckled. "To be honest, I could sit here all day. It's a very relaxing place. I can see why you were here earlier." She turned her head towards him.

"Welcome back, Daniel."

Daniel scratched the back of his head. "I couldn't help but keep my promise."

"I keep my promises as well, my little human. But you look like you've had it in your head for a good while. I can see you shaking." June took a few steps towards Daniel, and he subconsciously backed up a few steps. Seeing that she had scared him, she pulled back.

"Oh... I don't want to scare you too much."

"I'm sorry, I'm just still nervous, talking to a creature much larger than me," Daniel apologized. "And you scared me pretty bad the first time, after all."

"I know, it was just for fun. I would never have actually hurt you. I don't want you to be so scared of me while we're getting to know each other now, though." She raised her head a bit more, a little reassured.

"You shouldn't worry too much. I don't plan on leaving you, and I don't think anyone can get used to talking to a giant dragon without being scared a few times."

"I know, I know," June repeated. "It's just, I've never actually managed to get someone to come back before. Usually, they'd leave me after I had my fun, and never come back. You're the first one... and I don't want to lose this chance."

Daniel walked over to her, raised his hand and patted her on the nose. He didn't want her to feel bad about this. He would stay for her if she wanted him to.

"You promise you won't leave?" June asked., noticing his behavior.

"I promise. Don't worry so much about it. You're a lot more fun to be around when you're playful, like before," Daniel said, smiling.

June, happy to hear the words she wanted yet again, eagerly scooped up the human in front of her and held him close to her chest. "I understand. I needed someone to talk to. It's lonely living out here." Daniel was a bit shocked by the embrace, but held her back in the meager amount he could.

"I know what you mean as well, June."

June held him a little tighter, which was slightly uncomfortable for Daniel. She held him for a few seconds, then let him go. As his feet touched the ground again and moved back a bit, she held her head at his eye level, and he stroked her. She purred with delight, and nuzzled him in favor.

"As for our meeting... could I, uh, eat you again?" June said a bit nervously.

"I don't see a reason why you couldn't. I do wonder why you like doing it so much, though," Daniel questioned."

June scratched her chin. "Well, it's kind of like a hug, isn't it? Like I just did right now, except I'm holding you inside my own body."

Daniel laughed. "So, that defines you in your endeavors before! You're just going around, giving people your own special brand of hug."

June joined in the laughter. "Yeah, I guess that kind of describes it. It also satisfies some primal urges as well."

She moved over to him, and held her head above his body. She was a gigantic beast, yet also beautiful. Her green scales shone in the sunlight that shined into the clearing, and she had yellow eyes, with pupils not unlike those of a cat. Her tail was wagging back and forth, showing her excitement for what she was about to do. Her wings did a little flutter with glee as she spoke at last.

"Well... how about now?"

Daniel looked back into her deep eyes. "If you're ready, I am."

June smiled, and slowly closed her eyes. She opened her mouth, dripping bits of saliva onto the ground around him. She lowered her head, carefully, and gently clamped around his waist. She raised her head and let gravity do its work, pulling him deeper into her. As his feet slid into her maw, she gently closed her jaws, and Daniel was plunged into near-darkness.

A dragon's mouth was a interesting place to Daniel. It was dark, warm, and moist, and was filled with her rugged teeth. Despite everything that would unnerve a normal person, Daniel was at ease as he laid in the mouth of his new friend. He had thoughts and dreams of doing this before, and it still filled him with disbelief at the fact that he was actually living the experience. 'I truly am lucky', he thought.

June tilted her head to the sky, and used her tongue to push Daniel gently into her throat, sending him down into the depths. She turned to view her neck, and she could actually see a small bulge move slowly down it, disappearing into her body. While most animals would not be able to feel it all that well, she could feel him go down her throat and into her stomach with full clarity. As she felt him drop, she let out a sigh of satisfaction, and fell onto her side. 'What a week it has been,' she thought. 'First I find another human after all these years, and then I actually manage to befriend the small thing.' She held a claw over her stomach, feeling him adjust himself to the sudden change in rotation. 'I hope he enjoys this as much as I do.'

She looked up to the sky, and saw a few birds flying overhead. She could fly as well, and maybe she could take the human for a ride sometime, but only if he wanted to. She knew that many of them had a fear of heights, and she could not blame them for it. Still, she wanted him to experience the thrill of gliding through the air, without a care in the world. It was an experience unlike anything else. She knew that some of the humans had machines that they could fly with, but it probably paled in comparison to flying on the back of a living, breathing dragon. She turned her head towards her stomach. He had already fallen asleep. He did look pretty tired, after all. 'He must not have gotten enough sleep last night,' she imagined. 'I wonder if it was because of me?'

She shifted into a more comfortable position on her side. 'Well, it might be a good idea to let him sleep for a good while, then. I could use a nap as well.' And with that, she closed her eyes, and dreamed of draconic sheep.

June woke up much later than she had anticipated. She could already see the sun setting, yet the human inside her was still fast asleep. June shaked herself a bit, and Daniel woke up.

"You could have just talked to me, you know. I was only half asleep."

June rubbed the area she felt him in. "I'm sorry. I figured it was harmless enough, since it's already been more than enough time for you to take a nap."

"I guess you're right. Could you let me out?"

June patted 'him'. "Sure. Just give me a second, will you?" She stood up, and started taking him back up her throat. She had done this several times before, and she had gotten used to doing it quickly and without any trouble. He collapsed into her mouth after some time had passed, and she slowly lowered her mouth to the ground and opened it, letting him fall gently onto the grass. He already started to pick himself up, and took himself to the river to wash up. She was glad that she had finally met someone she could call a friend.

Daniel finished washing, and started to ask her the question she had wanted to hear. "So, June, when do you want to meet each other yet again? You can pick the time."

June thought to herself for a while, and then brought out her answer.


Daniel looked back at her, and agreed. She felt such an attachment to this young human, and she hugged him yet again. She tried not to hold him too tight, as she didn't want to actually hurt the thing. She held him there for a little while, then let him go.

"You know, if you wanted me to, I could actually see about you coming to the village."

June looked at him with surprise. "Are you serious? Most people are deathly afraid of dragons."

Daniel wagged his finger. "I don't just mean putting it right out there, you know. Of course I would explain why I would even think of this first, and possibly even introduce you. My dad holds a lot of power in the village, and he would probably be the best person for you to meet, should you want to do such a thing."

June pondered upon the thought. One human was nice company, but a whole village? It was both an entertaining thought and a fearful one. "Maybe. Not yet, of course."

Daniel did a little bow. "That is alright. Well, I do have to go back home. Till we meet again?"

June smiled at him, and bowed her head back. "Till we meet again."

As he walked back through the forest back to his home, June turned around and sat back down next to the river. She listened to the roaring water, and closed her eyes in thought.

Things were about to get a lot more interesting.
This is my second story I have done so far. I have decided to go along with a continuation of the first one, and I think it came out alright. As before, criticism is welcome. Comments are very helpful as well.
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