All Tied Up Chapter 2"Does my knot look kinda swollen to you?" Buck asked Dickie. "I'm already starting to feel it throbbing." Dickie bent over to observe the knot in Buck's torso. "It looks a lot swollen." Dickie answered. "How am I going to explain this to my fans?" Buck asked as his ears began to droop. "If anyone finds out that I'm tied in a knot I can't untie, I'll be the laughing stock of the Dino World!"All Tied Up Chapter 23 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
"Maybe not " Dickie added encouragingly. "Maybe it could become new fashion statement, like King Kamealoha's pineapple crown. Everyone will want a knot in their torso." "Yeah, that's what I thought about the Double Eyepatch." Buck murmured. "That was different!" Dickie added. "No was able to see so well with two leaves covering their eyes."
"Well, for know, let's just lay low." Buck said as he straightened his back. "Hopefully I'll be free of this knot before anyone notices." Suddenly, a pteranodon began soaring in the periphery of Buck's field of vision. Buck focused carefully on the pterosaur
All Tied Up Chapter 1"Alright everyone! Listen up!" Shouted Buck to his team. "To be a good fighter, you have a be an extremely flexible one! Take me for example!" Buck began twisting his torso without any extremities as though it were made of rubber, and Buck did not show any sign of pain or discomfort.All Tied Up Chapter 13 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Steve's jaw dropped in amazement. "You're not really expecting us to twist that far, are you?" Steve asked sheepishly. "If I wasn't, would I be demonstrating this to you?" Scoffed Buck as he gestured to his torso which was still twisted. "Buck, this is insane!" Shouted Zippy. "Our bodies can't twist are far as yours! We're not weasels like you! We're not as flexible!" "Not yet you're not!" Said Buck as he continued demonstrating his limitless flexibility. "But with some training, along with some yoga, you'll be just a flexible as I am!"
Suddenly for a brief moment, Buck let out a choking cough. He looked down and saw that his torso had been tied into a knot. Steve's jaw dropped even lower. "Did what I thin
KFP 3: Stripes of the Past Chapter 1It was a bright, sunny morn, with a few thin wisps of cloud scattered here and there in the beautiful bright-blue canvas of the sky. The radiance of the golden sun preside over the towering Jade Mountain from which Jade Palace sat atop and filtered through the canopies of the ironwood tree copse near the Training Hall, from which a repetitive din of resounding boom noises echoed at even intervals. Many of the trees there had deep dents in their trunks, others were practically broken and toppled over, and many were little more than piles of sawdust for this was where Master Tigress had trained for twenty years, building a tolerability to physical pain that reached a point where she was practically numb to it from the shoulders down. She now not only had the strength to pulverize an iron hammer with one punch, but she could do so without feeling a thing. She had shared this information with Po during a sparring match on their trip to Gongmen City.KFP 3: Stripes of the Past Chapter 11 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
Po was utterly astoun
KFP 3: Stripes of the Past Chapter 9Back at Dài Bào, in Fort Tóng Fùmiè, Lady Tai-Huang Mei was treading her way down the levels of her palace through the winding stairway, with Naja coiled around her shoulders and Wing Wu trailing behind, eager to be reunited with one of her sisters once again after so many years. The crow who had informed Tai-Huang Mei of the freeing and the arrival of Wan Wu was also by the Lady’s side to reassure her on how soon Wan’s arrival would be.KFP 3: Stripes of the Past Chapter 91 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
“How soon can I expect to see Wan by the front of my palace?” asked Tai-Huang Mei.
“Yes, crow,” said Wing Wu, her golden eyes (the only part of her face that wasn’t concealed in her black mask) widening in anticipation. “When can I expect to see my sister?”
“Wan Wu should be here at any moment,” answered the crow. “She’s probably making her way through the village as we speak, Your Highness.”
KFP 3: Stripes of the Past Chapter 3All was peaceful within the Valley of Peace, placidity presided over the quaint little village housed within its protective border of mountains, all except for one particular place—Bao Gu Orphanage. It was there that chaos reigned. The entire place was under siege by an invading horde of bandits; crocodiles with their scimitars and tri-prong-tipped flamberges, wolves with their dadao swords and guandao spears, and clouded leopards with their blade-toothed fenghuo lun rings and butterfly swords. They shattered windows, bulled down doors, smashed walls, whatever they could do to enter the building. They raided the halls, ravaged rooms and harassed the helpless orphans and caretakers with harsh threats and interrogations that the baffled victims could not answer, for they knew nought of what these bandits wanted.KFP 3: Stripes of the Past Chapter 31 year ago in General Fiction More Like This
The apparent Commander of the crocs in the gang, who was larger and brawnier than the other crocs, was now ringing his claws around a sheep nurse's throat, shaking her viol