Dragonized, chapters 0,1, and 2.Chapter 0- through the fire and flames.
Fire and smoke... that's all that I could remember...
...Everything was hurting.... where was I? The smoke had started to clear some, but my eyes couldn't seem to focus on anything, it was all blurry... something green, I could see something green everywhere, and brown, below all the green was brown.
Red danced around me, coming from parts of gray stuck in the brown... why were my ears ringing so bad?
“Holy... are you seeing this Tanner?” Comes from off to my right, it was tinny, must have been the ringing, I try to look that way and everything flashes red, and I let out a roar of pain, but something was wrong, it was wispy, no strength to it, and my chest burned.
“It's alive too, damn!” Says another voice, something had started up out in the distance... what was it? Barking?
“Agh, we don't have time for this, they're still hunting for miracle man here. Getting close too.” says one I haven't heard before...
Request: Stone Dragon TFJohn pulled out his ID card and inserted into the slot, a faint ding rang out in the still room. He pulled his lab coat off the rack near the door and pushed it open, the sounds of progress and machinery reaching his ears. He went over to a hunched-over figure working on a advanced piece of something that looked like a cross between a hunk of stone and a computer.Request: Stone Dragon TF3 years ago in Storyline Literature More Like This
"What cha' working on their Doc?" John asked a he walked around the peculiar piece of work.
"Working on a liquidizer for minerals such as granite, solid rock, gold, you name it. This will be used for mass mining once its completed and tested." He banged on the rock-side of the device and a semi-transparent blue glob came out and attached itself to Dr. Harding's face, sending him all over the lab screaming until he ran into a counter near his station
The glob went flying and splattered allover the wall. A wave of laughter arose in the lab, nothing so comedic has happened in the labs like this for years. Dr. Harding, still