The Cerinian in Me- Chapter 10Chapter 10- Better Than McQueen's TrousersThe Cerinian in Me- Chapter 104 years ago in Romance More Like This
Fox stared into the dark abyss of his cell, every once in a while shaking his head and muttering how stupid he had been to not pay attention. He should have been more careful. He should have tightened his armor. Hindsight, in his case, just left him feeling miserable.
As soon as his armor had been pulled off and his body was exposed, that had sealed his fate. It had taken little effort from Olletho to convince everyone that Fox was the "Harbinger of their destruction", what with the mismatched fur color, and was up to no good. The king had ordered guards, shouting over Krystal's protests, to throw the victor in the dungeon. And they had, as well as stripping him of all his personal possessions, again and including his navi this time, and left him with nothing but a dingy, torn robe. Then, they violently threw him into the cell, (quite literally) as the vulpine had sailed through the air and crashed into the other wall, where he now sat.
The Cerinian in Me- Chapter 9Chapter 9- The ChallengeThe Cerinian in Me- Chapter 94 years ago in Romance More Like This
The next several days leading up to the challenge were grueling and tested Fox's abilities. For not only was there a one-on-one duel that he would have to contend with, but two other tests as well. One of cunning, which translated to navigating routes throughout the city from one end to the other in the fastest time, and the other of wisdom, which meant more studying in a library on all manner of subjects that he had ever taken part in at the academy and even some that he had not. So it was with great relief that he took advantage of the offer when Krystal gave to let him rest and recuperate the day before the challenge. With all the training he had endured, he felt confident in his abilities to succeed, even without having his breathing apparatus. In fact, instead of feeling weaker with the lack of air he was used to, as he had predicted, he had grown accustomed to it and inhaled it freely as if he had been used to the Cerinian air his whole life.
Their day th
The GAP Chapter 3I sighed deeply as I sat there and waited on a bench in the center of Corneria City. I was drenched and tired. You see, that stupid Reflector's shield had saved me from certain death, but it had had a surface so slippy and smooth, that it was impossible to do anything from inside the sphere-shaped shield. I couldn't make it move in any way, so all I could do, was to deactivate the shield and swim to shore. I had of course put the gear back into the suitcase, which by the way was water resistant to depths of more than a hundred meters, so none of the GAP Gear was damaged.The GAP Chapter 33 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Suddenly I heard the click of a blaster right behind my head. "Shade Lynch Hand over that suitcase."
Now again; already? Well, with a suitcase like this one, it was safe to say that I had gotten quite a few stalkers; I guessed I would have to get used to it. In one quick motion, I swung the suitcase backwards, hitting whoever stood behind me in the head. I got to my feet, put on the BIOculars, quickly assembled t