Dragon!Norway x Reader ~The Dragonheart~ Final
~Chapter 45~ Final
“My tears!” you shouted at the top of your lungs when Mathias handed over his cape to your dragon and you gave his brother one of your layers.
“All those hours I spent mourning for you! All of those tears wept and swollen eyes and fits of hiccups! Give them back! I almost went mad, damn you! Give them all back, I said!”
Emil blushed and shied away behind his cape. Lukas, on the other hand, stepped in front of his little brother to defend the both of them from your onslaught of meanderings and punches.
“_____________, you have to understand that if my brother’s body didn’t expire—Hey! Stop that! I mean it! Don’t make me do something drastic!”
“You’re the worst!” you screeched and continued to pummel the How-Dare-He-Lie-To-You Sucker Dragon Dung Fish-Face over and over again. All the while, the other dragons were watching in mild amusement.
Emil tried to step in and hold you back.
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“I promised to tell you a story a long time ago, didn’t I?”
Bemused, you stared into the Divine Keeper of the Sapphire Flames’ eyes.
“How unlike you to bring me up from your past,” you chuckled.
As this wasn’t exactly Tino or Berwald’s journey, the other dragons had offered to stay behind with Mathias. Everyone had decided that you and Lukas should finish looking for Emil together. At long last, the two of you were back to travelling alone. In the time that you had been walking, your travelling companion hadn’t said anything until now.
“You've long asked about my title,” Lukas said.
"Yeah, I have,” you smiled.
The dragon snorted. “It seems so long ago that we started out for Eldur Mountain together.”
“Mm-hmm,” you agreed pressing your lips together.
“Would you like to hear one?” Lukas asked.
“Why would you ask me something like that all of a sudden?”
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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 unsuspecting victims, no wind howled through the thickets, and the little snow that fell through the bony branches carried a strange black color of dust making the floor around the forest dark and eerie.
"It would have been easier if my brother had chosen someone who knew a thing or two about defending herself," Lukas commented. "It looks like I'm going to
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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 see it as early as Lukas had predicted. Still, there was the problem of how you were going to go about scaling the mountain without Lukas' wings.
"Hey, Lukas, you said we were going to have to fly to Eldur Mountain eventually, right?" you asked while the two of you were taking a rest per your request.
Lukas remained silent. You rolled your eyes.
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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 any holes that might have shattered in your bonding—not that there was much of a bond to begin with. In that case, you would have to build it up even stronger than before. Whether he liked it or not, you were going to have to earn Lukas’ trust if you were going to successfully pull off a rescue mission for Emil. You first decided to try it
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“Two times can be considered a coincidence, but three times!” the businessman laughed. “It must be fate!”
Your eyes automatically moved towards Lukas. This guy just happened to be everywhere you didn’t expect. First the Bone Forest, then the town, now here beyond the force field?
“What are you doing here?” Lukas spoke up before you could open your mouth and ask the same question.
“Travelling back home,” the businessman said. “Beyond this place is the mountain pass that leads to the far east. I’ve had my share of travelling through Eliatha. We all could use a good home-cooked meal back home.”
The rest of his crew nodded in unison.
You furrowed your eyebrows. “If I may ask, what’s with the masks?”
“That’s to protect our faces from the ice,” the businessman explained. “Oh, that’s right, back when we at the Bone Forest, there wasn’t any snow, and
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“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 you this,” he began, “but you might be a rare form of Dragonheart.”
It took a while for your brain to process the dragon’s words before making a reaction.
“How could this happen?!” Lukas growled. “My brother doesn’t even have any powers, and on top of that, it means he’s boun
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Nothing. Absolutely nothing. You tried again and again hoping there would be a chance to reach out to the Wings of the Opal Skies, but your mind was as jumbled as you had left it a mere few minutes ago.
Could Lukas hear you, you wondered? If he could, then his mind was most likely on the brink of shattering at this very moment. You would have gone outside to check on the dragon—if your ankles weren't shackled to the edge of the caravan walls, that is.
“_____________, is everything alright?” you heard a voice suddenly speak up making you jump in surprise.
“Holy—!” you gasped and held yourself back when you realized who it was. “M-Mei, it’s only you…!”
The only female member of the travelling caravan had a look of genuine worry on her gentle face.
“We heard you screaming something from outside so I came over to see if there was something wrong,” she explained looking around to see if
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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 told you that if you really wanted him to wear human clothing, you would have to find it yourself, and that meant going all the way back to the castle town to find some. Unfortunately, since your escape had gone so abruptly, you didn't have any money on you. Those without money either had to resort to begging or stealing, and you didn't hav
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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 once you're ensnared, you don't want to be caught getting close to its mouth." Then he elbowed you in the gut.
"Don't just stand there, you dumb goat! Run!"
Upon hearing that (rather unnecessarily insulting) command, you began to bolt, your feet losing some traction against the bones rolling on the cold forest floor. Apparently Lukas
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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 brother may have some strange methods, but he means well.”
“I certainly hope he does,” you grumbled aloud. “And what’s up with the other dragon, anyway? Why is he so…?”
“Different?” Emil guessed.
“Mathias—he prefers it if we address him with his
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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 attempted to accomplish when they captured you and Emil, anyway? I mean, you guys didn’t do anything, right? Why would be think you could end Dragonfall on your own?”
“You’re so clueless, Mathias,” Lukas grumbled unfazed by the cold. “It’s because of that king’s son. I don’t know what he was thi
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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 colorful flames filled the night skies in a dazzling array of both power and beauty. You had been born in a time when the dragons had nearly vanished from the face of the world, in Dragonfall, the period that marked the start of the relentless winter.
Being the dragonkeeper had its ups and downs. Before getting the accidental fortunate of being appointed
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Being the nearest, Lukas had been the first one to reach his friend’s side and examine his condition.
“He’s breathing…” he murmured. “The fool’s barely conscious, but he’s alive.”
“Thank the gods…” you breathed in relief.
“~~~~~~~~~, are you able to read his thoughts?” Emil asked.
In response, the Dragonheart remained still and silent, appearing to be in deep concentration. Amidst the deep blue light, you were able to catch a quick expression here and there: confusion, frustration, and finally, defeat.
She shook her head. “I can’t. Something’s wrong. All I hear is silence.”
The Divine Keeper of the Sapphire Flames snorted. “As expected from him.”
“Lukas, that’s not funny,” ~~~~~~~~~ frowned. “It’s not the usual silence, either. It’s like he’s dead…”
“But he’s not,” you said. “
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“Hold still! You’re making me nervous!”
“Who would have thought a dragon would have gotten himself stuck?”
“Be quiet! All of you! Why are you even watching? You should be helping!”
“It wouldn’t be as romantic if we helped.”
“Gods, your skin is cold…Oh, but it’s so soft…”
“I can’t. We have to get you out or it’s going to make for some really uncomfortable moments.”
“…Ungh! Then don’t pull so hard…! Gah!”
“H-Hey, do you need help—?”
“Don’t touch me! No one touch me! This is a delicate operation, and I’ll only be touched by one person and one person only!”
“Geez. Someone’s having his time of the month.”
“We do not have such inconveniences!”
“This is taking too long. He
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Everything was black to you, but from the intense volume of the Dragonheart’s and Emil’s voices, you knew something dreadful was afoot.
“Lukas, no!” Emil yelled at his brother.
There was a loud cluttering noise followed by a sharp snapping sound that sounded distinctly of wood breaking in two.
“Gods!” Tino gasped. “Be careful! If you kill Mathias now, _____________’s parents will— ”
“I’m sick of your rubbish, you insolent, obnoxious oaf!” Lukas snarled from across the space. “Making us go out there like that and risking ~~~~~~~~~ and my brother’s lives for nothing! I hope you rot in that pathetic body of yours!”
“Lukas! Lukas stop it, or by Eliatha I swear I’ll never speak to you again!”
“Stay out of this, ~~~~~~~~~!” you heard the Derailed Knave of Strong Flinging snap. “This is my business just as much as it
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You winced. Ever since finding out about Mathias’ true intentions of returning to your village, you had begun to pace back and forth well into early evening when your parents had returned home.
By then, of course, you had cleaned up the house along with ~~~~~~~~~~ and Emil’s help. Mathias was in no condition to be wasting his lingering strength on chores, and Lukas had thought himself too above cleaning up after “measly humans.”
The remark had earned him yet another contemptuous blow on the head by the Dragonheart.
“Father, Mother, listen to me,” you pleaded. “I’ve been wanting to see the world for so long—not just through the stories I’ve been told, but with my own eyes! Now that Dragonrise is here, we won’t have to worry about any shortages of food. A-And Mathias is a strong dragon. For crying out loud! The Dragonheart and her dragons are coming along!”
“We said not
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It was strange being able to regain control of his own body. When the dragon left the warrior’s heart, he felt lighter than before. The heat of his dragon’s fire returned to him, and as the light enveloped him he could feel his strength reviving him anew.
When the transformation had been completed, he stood over his vessel, a grand dragon towering before a human in dominating size. The journey back to Eldur Mountain had its ups and downs, but with the human’s vigorous spirit imbued inside his soul, the dragon chose to carry away the precious memories of his travels.
Mathias looked upon the dragon who was now at his feet. His eyes grew wide with surprise when a bright red light suddenly enveloped him, and in a matter of seconds, the dragon had been reduced to nothing more than an exact copy of himself.
“Y-You…” he breathed. “How were you able to do that?”
“Magic,” the dragon grinned, testing out his ne
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You couldn’t count the times you had nearly emptied the contents of your stomach into the river; the only thing stopping you at the time was through telling yourself how inconvenient it would have been to have to clean up after yourself. Mathias had noted something about that.
“You know, ~~~~~~~~~, has a pretty weak stomach,” he had pointed out when he had discovered you had drunk from the river filled with dragon’s blood. “Every time something bad would happen, she’d usually end up throwing up or trying to. Ha ha.”
“Mathias, you’re not helping…” you groaned.
“I’m not?” he asked, oblivious to the fact that your face was turning as white as the snow.
The wild-haired dragon rubbed his neck. “I thought knowing the Dragonheart was a little weaker than you in that…department…would make you feel a little better.”
“Care to enlighten me?” you unenthusia
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A human’s appetite fell short to a dragon’s. When you had invited Mathias into your house, he had just about devoured everything you had be it the stale two-day-old bread you had stored in the cupboard to the jar of turnip preservatives your mother had instructed you to eat along with the bread. All had been consumed by Mathias.
“I can’t believe you recognized me after all of these years,” you breathed in relief. “I was really afraid you had forgotten about me…”
“Oh courff nough!” Mathias beamed, his mouth full of bread. You assumed he had meant to say, “Of course not!”
He swallowed. “Gods, I can’t remember the last time I had a real meal! It feels like forever!”
You pressed your lips. “N-Not to pry or anything, but where were you all of these years, Mathias? I was…” You clenched your fists together. “I was worried about you…”
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It was cold, dark, and lonely. It had been a simple mistake. It was rare to see rabbits out of their winter burrows, and in your excitement, you had chased after it hoping you could catch it and show it to your parents.
Unfortunately, not only had you lost sight of the cleverly camouflaged creature in the blanket of snow, but you had gotten lost, yourself. Everything looked the same out here. There were no visible landmarks and no one out here to find you. You had gone far out of hearing range, and your throat already hurt from screaming for your mother. You would have cried, but your nose stung from the frost and your energy was completely drained.
“I’m going to die out here,” you sniffed. “I’m never going to see Mommy or Daddy again.”
“Child, what are you doing here?”
You gasped and looked up. There, kneeling in front of you, was a young man clothed with nothing more than a light tunic and a thin pair of pants—he was
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Orbs of light danced in your eyes as you adjusted to the level of brightness. The details were fuzzy, though you faintly remembered someone neutralizing you. An explosion, a cry for help, a refusal, and a scream: these were the only things you remembered before falling asleep. Beyond that, the dragons and your parents worked their way into your memories and returned to their proper places.
You remembered where you were now. You were kidnapped, trapped by people who didn’t address themselves as humans. Who were they?
“She’s waking,” a voice said.
“The spell’s wearing off,” another voice replied. “Now we can see if the process was a success.”
Your eyes were still adjusting to the level of brightness. First it was the shapes, then the colors. Finally, when everything was in place, you could see them. With your memories working the way they were, you couldn’t comprehend whether or not what you were experie
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There was nothing but voices. The Eliathan they spoke was of an unfamiliar accent different than the kind spoken by Leon, but it was Eliathan nonetheless. Still, it was all you could make out in the dark atmosphere. With Mathias’ eyes completely useless to you, you had long since abandoned your Dragonsight and went completely blind. Tino had suggested seeking out the Divine Keeper of the Sapphire Flames and the Wings of the Opal Skies, but you hadn’t been able to find them. There was nothing for you to do but wait it out until you were able to get some answers.
“On the bright side, at least they said they weren’t going to hurt you,” Tino said trying to find something optimistic to offer in place of the absent Mathias.
We don’t know if that’s guaranteed.
A heavy feeling sank into your heart. Tino must have been upset. “Whatever becomes of this, ______________, know that I’ve appreciated the time I’
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Emil was telling the truth when he had said the Eye of the Topaz Blizzard would have a freezing-cold touch when you first came in contact with his scales. The literal moment you laid your hands on his dragon body, you pulled back in shock, surprised a dragon, a creature whose soul was born of fire, could feel colder than the coldest ice.
Now, however, you had grown accustomed to the dragon’s back as you looked through Mathias’ eyes to make note of your condition.
“You doing okay, _____________?!” Mathias shouted at you from atop the Golden Sentinel’s back.
“Y-Yeah…” you answered in response. Tino was notably easier to hang onto as compared to Emil. He was just a little smaller than Emil making his back more comfortable to ride on and his neck easier to grip—just a little.
During this time, since you were airborne, you decided to take the liberty of testing out your Dragonsight on each of the five dragons present.
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Eyes, eyes, eyes. I need eyes.
You were in complete darkness. Without your own sight at your disposal, you had no idea of where you were or what the people had planned on doing with you. The last thing you had remembered was someone saying they had recognized Mathias.
Aside from the stories you had heard as a child and from the Dragonheart, you had never known of Mathias’ familiars, though, from the sound of things, he had to have picked a few up along the way. Maybe this was one of the more hostile ones, one with a strained relationship with the Blade of the Ruby Seas and one who knew Mathias was a dragon.
Tino? you called out into your thoughts. Tino, can you hear me?
Still nothing. You cursed in silence. What had happened in that smoke? At least you had come around, but without knowing the dragons’ whereabouts, you were completely helpless. Without your sight or a purpose to guide you along, there was nothing you could do but wa