~Admitting~ Anaseutasya slowly slithered through the entrance of her tomb, head lowered and tears streaming down her cheeks. Small dark circles hung from the bottoms of her watery baby-blue eyes, and new crooked scars decorated her arms, abdomen, and tail. Her expression was quite sorrowful, hinting that she was nowhere near smiling.
The female general collapsed into her throne and sighs. She had wished she could just sulk in her bed all day, but she could not, for her tribe was what needed to be looked after.
The second in command, Sholto, crept in and stood beside Anaseutasya's side, softly stroking her arm. "My lady, what seems to be bothering you?" he says in a concerning tone.
Anaseutasya looks up at him and huffs. "Nothing. Nothing at all..."
"It doesn't appear to be nothing." Sholto crosses his arms.
"Oh fine-" Anaseutasya sighs
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Clear fields, all peace- the perfect scene for the Rainbow Dragoness~
She hummed a happy melody as her elegant wings soared through the sky. The sunlight reflected off her lavender scales, lighting her beautiful body.
But just one thing softly hit her ears, creating an immediate halt to the humming. It was just as Najada suspected-
the soft cry of a young Serpentine. She looked down, only to see a teal blue cobra hugging his knees in the fields.
She flew down to the snakelet's side. "What is the matter, my dear young one?" she wrapped a wing around him.
"I... I lost my family- they were all entombed inside a large cave without me!" he cried.
Najada was heartbroken- she hadn't seen a young serpent so sad. "Aww... don't worry-" she whispered softly, her sea blue eyes glinted in the sun. "I will help care for you..."
The young snakelet looked up. "You- you will?" his eyes widened.
"Of course~!" Najada smiled. "It's what I do best! I also protect