Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 2
When you woke up that morning, you noticed the castle noises below you were significantly livelier. Maids were scampering to keep the roof clean of as much snow as possible, and the numbers of soldiers increased for the case of an emergency. As you remembered from the night before, a handful of nobles from the neighboring castles had taken a quick voyage to witness the magnificent sight: a dragon being sacrificed.
The three days was up, and in that time, the winter only grew worse. A blizzard was now considered part of a normal day. Only the hardiest of animals could survive in such a brittle environment.
What disturbed you mos
Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 4Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 45 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
Perhaps when you had been the dragons' keeper, it wasn't that you couldn't understand them before becoming Emil's vessel; it might have been that they had never bothered to talk at all. If that assumption couldn't have been proven true in the past, it was certainly starting to become valid at the given moment.
After stealing some clothes for Lukas, the two of you hadn't exchanged a single word since. You didn't even bother asking the dragon to slow down because you had a feeling he would only sneer and throw back some insolent remark about how weak you were as a human.
During the short time you had travelled with Lukas—and it h
Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 3Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 35 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
This is insane. I don't even know why I'm agreeing to do this.
"You're the one who insisted that my brother travel with at least the minimal garments," Emil reminded you. That was something you couldn't ignore: no matter what you were thinking, the dragon's soul could hear your thoughts, too; it was also how he communicated with you.
Nevertheless, you couldn't travel with someone—regardless of how handsome he was—knowing he was going to be walking around buck naked in the cursed snowstorm. Since you needed all of the clothes you had on your body, you had refused to lend Lukas any of yours. As a result, Lukas had tol
Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 5Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 55 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
As expected, Lukas had woken up long before you did and caught breakfast. Today, breakfast consisted of yet another rabbit and a small bird whose species was beyond recognition thanks to having its feathers plucked and its skin already roasted.
"Lukas, you've always eaten in front of me as a dragon. Why are you having problems eating right now?" you asked.
The dragon rolled his sapphire eyes as though you had asked that question a thousand times over.
"I don't find it comfortable eating as a human," he confessed. "Besides, with the way I normally eat added with the things I eat, I would think you would find it unappealing to w
Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 9Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 95 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
If Emil could hear your thoughts and see what you saw, would that mean that he could also…?
You didn’t want to think about it. Just the thought of thinking that was more than embarrassing on your part. Emil had promised that he wouldn’t look, but you couldn’t be sure that a dragon’s soul could just close its eyes if it didn’t have any. Still, it wasn’t as hard to bathe as you thought it would be. There was no need for Lukas to make such a fuss over you.
“He’s just worried you might miss something and get his shiny scales all dirty again,” Emil explained. “My bro
Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 6Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 65 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
Sleeping on Lukas' back while he was a dragon was much more comforting than having to walk on foot. In fact, it was almost like your relationship completely changed when he became a dragon: you didn't have to struggle to catch up to him because you were always with him, and he never talked ill of you because there was no need to talk in the middle of the night.
Eventually, after a few more days of travelling, the two of you—plus Emil's soul—reached the edge of the Bone Forest. You could understand why they gave the place such a name: the trees were bare and stuck out of the ground like skeletal hands reaching out to grab unsuspe
Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 7Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 75 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
Dammit dammit dammit dammit dammit!
"…Well this is certainly unexpected," Lukas said pushing you back even further as the enormous monster continued to glow.
Think of an eggplant—an oversized, glowing, wriggling, slimy, toothy, tentacle-infested eggplant. Add the element of obscene disgust, throw in a little nauseating scents in the mix, and sprinkle a dash of bubbling noises, and the perfect formula of a formidable and grotesque abomination of a monster is created.
"It's a netiss," Lukas groaned.
"A n-netiss?" you repeated in a shaky voice.
The dragon sighed. "Before you ask, all you need to be wary of is that
Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 10Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 105 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
With the Blade of the Ruby Seas accompanying you on your journey, there was never a quiet moment that lasted more than an entire minute. The lively, talkative dragon always had something to say even if it didn’t prove to be the slightest bit insightful. Then again, perhaps it was because he had a short attention span and couldn’t keep track of one thing or another. You could only imagine how he would act if he had been an actual dragon.
“…And then I walloped those groups of bandits with my bare hands and nothing more than my brilliant mind and superior strength!” Mathias beamed after telling you s
Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 8Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 85 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
Eldur Mountain was quite the sight to behold. While Lukas had claimed that your destination would have been sighted within only two days of travelling, the thick wind and snow had obscured your vision to only a few meters in front of you. Now, after many days of travelling and trudging through the snow with netiss fat still stuck to your cloak and hair, the mountain was poking up from beyond the treetops at a grand distance.
Beyond the bowled valley of trees melding into the rocky terrain, an ominous peak lay rising above the clouds buried away from the snow. It was much closer than you had expected since you hadn't been able to
Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 1Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 15 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
There were two documented dragons left in the world. Both remained tethered in chains mounted on display in the cold atop the highest point in the castle in hopes that with their souls being born of fire, they would be able to drive away the progressing winter.
These were tough times in Eliatha.* A curse had ravaged the land once bathed in sunlight and warmth. The winds carried sleet that cut through the skin like knives, and the snow fell in a ruthless torrent of blankets painting everything with nothing but the empty color of death.
Nowadays, the dragons were nothing more than mere spectacles of times long forgotten, when col
Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 13Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 135 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
The Divine Keeper of the Sapphire Flames turned around and looked at the two of you on his back.
“I can imagine carrying one of you, but two is a different story,” he snorted.
“What’s wrong with ___________ being carried on your back?” Mathias asked.
You frowned. “I think he was talking about you, Mathias, not me. I’m the one carrying Emil’s soul, remember?”
“Oh yeah,” Mathias said like the thought had completely escaped his mind. From the little time you had spent with him, you knew that forgetting would have been a complete possibility.
“What do you a
Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 14Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 145 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
“What are you talking about?”
“No…” Lukas said softly at first. Then, his voice grew louder until you could clearly hear his voice escalating into a roar. “No, no, no! This wasn’t supposed to happen! Of all the people this could have happened to!”
“L-Lukas, what’s wrong?” you stammered trembling in place. Perhaps Emil was wrong about his brother not killing you after his soul parted from your heart.
Mathias looked down and made a strange grimace. It was an expression you had never expected to see on his face.
“Uh, look, I don’t know how to tell yo
Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 11Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 115 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
Sometimes, you forgot how cold the winds of Dragonfall could be after having the luxury of being able to bathe in the heated air and warm waters of the hot spring back at Eldur Mountain. The further you went down, the colder it got and the fiercer the winds blew. Lukas had no clothes to offer you, but Mathias was kind enough to lend you his cape to protect your ears from freezing off.
“You know, it’s been getting worse lately,” Mathias said by your ear since your hearing and sight had been reduced to a full minimum capability. Then, he looked back at Lukas.
“Hey, Lukas, what do you think the humans atte
Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 18Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 185 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
“Just as I thought.”
When Lukas touched the force field, unlike the times before when he had crashed into the invisible barrier, his hand went right through the surface. When you were looking at it up close, you noticed the force field wasn’t exactly invisible, rather it had been under the visible protection of the harsh winds and snow. From such a close distance, you were able to see that there was something of a color-changing film of faded purple and blue swirls dancing on the surface like a soap bubble.
“Whoever set this up doesn’t want dragons going in,” Lukas deduced after walking a
Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 16Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 165 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
When you opened your eyes, it was already dark. You must’ve blacked out when Emil threw you.
“Emil!” you cried and shot up out of the water. Immediately, you stood up to start your search for the dragon, but a chill wind blew through your wet clothes freezing you to the bone.
“G-Gr-Great-t-t…” you shivered and sank back into the water. Now you knew why the servants back at the castle always said the nobles took a long time in the baths—it was too cold to want to come out, but you knew you had to get out eventually. Then again, how far would you make it with your messed u
Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 12Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 125 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
“Ngh! Don’t put it there!”
“S-Sorry…This is my first time…”
“Well, then don’t do it so hard!”
“…Does it really hurt?”
“What do you think?”
“I’m sorry. I’ll be more gentler this time.”
“Idiot…I was wrong to assume that just because you were a girl, you would already know how to do this.”
“I didn’t have anyone to show me! Now stay still so I can try again.”
“You two need to get a room.”
“Be quiet, Mathias! It’s embarrassing enough with you just st
Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 19Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 195 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
There was still the debate of whether or not keeping your mouth shut was a good thing or not spinning inside your head.
There’s no way Lukas was really telling the truth when he said something like that, you thought to yourself. He’s got it all wrong, and besides, he’s a dragon. He couldn’t possibly know the significance of kissing another person—and a human at that.
You groaned and shuffled around in your spot. It had been an extremely long day. Lukas had said you would need all the rest you could get because there was no telling when you would be able to stop and take a break again. However, no
Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 15Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 155 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
Lukas was the first one to speak up.
“That couldn’t be…” he whispered. “There were so many of us. I know the humans have said that my brother and I were the only dragons left in the world, but only five of us…How is that possible?”
“There were many reasons,” Berwald said, “but I think you know which ones were the biggest.” That being said, he looked over to Mathias who was still on his friend’s back.
“I don’t understand,” Lukas growled. “Why would they choose being a human over staying as a dragon?”
Berwald shrugged. &ldqu
Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 17Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 175 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
What had been going through Berwald's head when he had made you go with Lukas all on your own? It was bad enough that the two of you got off on a terrible start when Emil was inside your heart. Now that the dragon had been captured at the cost of a few mistakes—though you couldn’t be entirely sure if it was completely your fault—the line between your relationship was holding together by a micro-sized thin spider web ready to break at the right breath of the wind—or the wrong words.
Still, if Berwald had intended for your trip to only consist of you and Lukas, then it couldn’t hurt to try to patch a
Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 20Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 205 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
A lungful of air whooshed out of your mouth condensing into icy wisps floating on the cold air. You breathed in again. Out. In. Silence. Listening.
Your eye twitched.
“Where are you?”
“And my brother?"
He’s here. Just hang on. We’re coming, Emil.
“I’ll be waiting.”
When you opened your eyes again, you saw that the temperature dramatically decreased, and the winds began to cut through your clothes. Lukas was waiting for you staring at you the entire time.
Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ FillerDragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ Filler4 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
“___________, did you know in the nature of dragons, there does exist an act of courtship?” Emil brought up one day while on a typical day of travelling.
Really? I thought you dragons weren’t into stuff like love, you responded.
“While we may not start out knowing what love is, such an element isn’t necessary when it comes to reproduction,” Emil responded. “You don’t really think mere pests such as mice think about love when it comes to bearing young, do you?”
You made a face. Hmm. You have a point there. Well, know that you’ve piqued my curiosity, what’s the court
Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 22Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 224 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
“Lukas!” you cried.
First Emil, now his brother. You didn’t know what Yao was planning to do with him, but you knew that you couldn’t survive and rescue Emil on your own. Without a moment to lose, you reached for the bowl you had used to scoop the snow into the pot and raised it into the air to strike the businessman.
“I wouldn’t do that if I were you,” a calm voice said from behind. Suddenly, your arms couldn’t move anymore, and your wrists were held fast by a pair of hands.
“Let go!” you growled and brought your foot back to kick the person restraining you, but you
Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 29Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 294 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
“Alright, here’s where we enter, then, Dragonheart,” Tino said and made a sharp roll to the side.
“Wh-What are you doing?!” you screamed. You couldn’t hold on any longer. In your shock, you completely lost your footing and slipped off the dragon’s back.
“Not to worry, ____________,” Tino said and changed into his human form. Then, he pulled in his arms and legs inside his body like a diving falcon and reached out to grab your hand.
Once you grabbed on, he pulled you close to his body and began to look for any signs of Mathias.
“Look for the colo
Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 30Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 304 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
While you refilled your once empty stomach with some roasted birds Mathias had caught (“Just call me a hunting expert!” he had said), the dragons took the liberty of catching up with what had happened in the time they had been separated.
“I was right about you bringing bad luck wherever you go,” Lukas snorted, giving you an icy glare. By now, you had gotten so used to it (or perhaps you were just too hungry to care) that it didn’t even bother you.
“Finding a lockpick was easier than expected,” Berwald said.
“Wouldn’t finding a lockpick mean you’d have to know where h
Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 24Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ 244 months ago in General Fiction More Like This
Now this was just fantastic. Like a whimsical shooting star flying over yonder and dropping an unexpected guest onto your doorstep—or your rooftop—Mathias was as physically present as he could get. His sudden unannounced drop in had generated quite a bit of excitement in the darkening snowstorm.
“What the—Who in the world is that?” you heard one of the merchants ask from a good distance away from the dragon’s impact point.
“Uh oh,” you gulped and tried to leap off the caravan only to remember that your limbs were still shackled to the wall.
“Well, it’s good to see