Team Firestar Event 7 (Present)Team Firestar Event 7 (Present)2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Event 7: The Road of Hope
Atop a small hill somewhere near the outskirts of Tao Village and right next to the nearby Tao Ranch sat a Zorua with her left ear split into a deep vee-shape wearing a flame-coloured scarf with the knot tied to the left so as to match her flowing mane and a pair of charcoal-black Krokogoggles strapped around her forehead, just below her ears. This was easily one of the best places where one could see the horizon when the sun would rise to welcome a new day...and one of the most easily-missed places in Tao Village.
But for Zola, this little hill was special...for this brought a most cherished memory. That was the time when she had first met Ashtar, a male Growlithe who made up the second half of their Rescuers team...Team Firestar, as it was called. She still remembered when he had come to respect her and treat her like a leader. Yeah...a leader...
But now Ashtar was gone, along with their newest member. A blue-eyed Gastly who
Tangles of Brambles - The First Step - ENDTangles of Brambles - The First Step - END1 week ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
It was a while before anyone moved a muscle, just moments after escaping from that shed skin-covered room and the Slightly Psychic Barboach who, by now, would've succumbed to Chihiro's Toxic. The only audible sounds in this room was the soft, shaky breathing shared among the quintet.
The silence was eventually broken by a gruff voice that could be audible from their left. "Hey, you alright?" the voice said.
Cerveau, who still clung to Chihiro, was the first to open his eyes. He slowly looked up to find an Excadrill looming over the group with a look of concern on her face. Letting his Explorer instincts kick in, he quickly hopped into the air just as Lazuli, Delilah and Chihiro were slowly starting to recover. "You must be another of those contruction workers," he answered quickly. "I'm Cerveau, of the--"
The Excadrill silenced him with a sufficient glare from her eyes. "I wasn't talking to you, Hoppip!" she growled. She then pointed a steely claw past him. "I was aski