Wings of Steel - Chapter 3: The callingChapter three: The callingWings of Steel - Chapter 3: The calling1 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"Something is brewing out there, I can feel it in my gizzard," thought Ignite to himself, shifting his gaze to Jax sitting ghostlike in the darkness with all his white feathers. This oddly reminded Ignite of the two barns owls that killed Avia who were also very light in colour.
Recapping through his memory Ignite began to wonder about the origins of the owls he watched last day, remembering them both in detail he recalled them addressing each other as Commander Arxcis and Lieutenant Tytoden. Remembering vividly how Arxcis killed Avia brought chills into his feathers from head to tail.
Cocking his head to the sid
Wings of Steel - Chapter 2: From the mistBefore the waning gibbous moon began to creep over the horizon silhouetted with coniferous trees the warm light lingered in the early morning sky creating a soft blue glow rising from the obscure forest, pushing the stars back towards the centre of the sky. As the creatures of the day went to sleep the owls awoke into the eerie darkness that surrounded them.Wings of Steel - Chapter 2: From the mist1 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
A serene atmosphere could be felt inside the silent hollow. Eve, partly awake, disturbed and unsettled could hear the heart beats and steady breathing of her family. She could tell each heart beat apart, Eve sighed with grief as she slowly counted the heart beats over again, she could fe
Wings of Steel - Chapter 4: Eves new homeChapter four: Eve's new homeWings of Steel - Chapter 4: Eves new home1 year ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Flying silently above the Forest Kingdom of Tyto, Eve could feel the frosty wind curling around the tips of her flight feathers as she glided effortlessly through the midnight sky; inhaling the fresh air she breathed it out slowly creating soft smoke that faded into the frigid air. The air was bitterly cold yet energizing, she felt free as any fully fledged owl. Feeling calm her gaze leisurely moved smoothly across the immense canopy of fir trees, they seemed endless to her as they faded off into the mist. She never realised how remarkable it felt to be able to soar through the sky. Mist rose up from the darkness