It's a Dragon's World Pt. 13 It's a Dragon's World
Pt. 13 The Fifth Dragon
From inside my cell, I could hear Ben's screams. Those weren't normal screams from what I could tell.
I could also hear the voices of two other people. I assumed it was his parents.
"Behind us is Titus, as well as some baby dragons." They explained.
I could hear footsteps: It was Sarah! I tried to run towards her but chocked a little. I remembered I was still chained by my ne
A New Awakening Part 2I felt something gently tap me on the section of my body that had my arms connected to it. I turned around and nearly cried as I instinctively recognized this new figure in front of me.A New Awakening Part 26 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
[DADDY!!!] ...WTF?! Why did I just say that? I found myself hugging him and started freaking out mentally.
[Sorry little guy but I think you have me confused with someone else.] The adult rayquaza pulled me away from him causing me to be relieved mentally but cry physically.
[But you're my dad! How can you be someone else?] I sobbed against my will.
He may have been huge compared to me but he had emotions that showed that he was greatly troubled by something. [Look, I'm only here to visit my trainer to tell him about-] He stopped and his widened for some reason. [Oh. My. God.] He started shaking visibly as I heard him mumble, [How am I going to explain this? Especially after...] His expression grew sad as if he was remembering a lost loved one... He probably was.
[Is something wrong?] I had regai
A New Awakening Part 1W-where did that come from?! There shouldn't be a nuclear power plant around for at least a hundred- I never got to finish my thought as the blast hit the us and I felt a pain that no being should ever feel, a pain that would kill a man a seemingly infinite number of times over. Nonetheless, I died in what turned out to be a nuclear missle misfire...A New Awakening Part 16 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
I knew not where I was or how long I was in darkness but I felt safe. The place I was in felt large at first and full of a strange liquid at first but eventually the liquid went away and I felt more and more cramped. In the beginning I could not remember who I was or what had happened before that fateful day but everything gradually came back in bits and pieces. Nothing seemed to matter about what had happened before, however, as I knew that as long as I stayed in here I would be protected. But I knew that I'd have to leave sometime.
I began to hear noises outside of my safe haven and it made me curious. I put my head next to the ro
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Matthew was eating lunch in the school cafeteria. Well, eating. The hamburger he had been nibbling on for the past few hours could double as a hockey puck. Really he was day dreaming. Today was the day he finally picked up his costume. There were two things he kept hidden from everybody, his love of pokemon, and the fact that he wanted to be one. In order to move that much closer to his desire, he had ordered a costume a few weeks ago from a local shop. It was expensive, to say the least, but, from the look of this guys previous work, worth it. He had gotten a Flygon costume, under the guaranty that he would know exactly what it felt like to be a Flygon, whatever that meant. He just wanted to put the thing on and act like a dragon or a bit. He would have some time for it. His parents would be gone for a day.
Earth to Matthew! He came back with a jolt. I said what di
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"Hah! Metal Garurumon! I believe that makes game!"
"Gahhh!" Yelled Ned. "Holy Cow Davis! How do you keep winning!"
"Skill!" But that wasn't it exactly it. Both of Davis's parents were surgeons, and had cash to spare. He could order any specific card he wanted online, giving him the rich kid advantage. "Come back when you can be a challenge." Ned had a few choice words for the brat, but had his better judgement about him. He collected his cards, and went on his way.
Ned was a sophomore in high school. He was generally enjoying his first semester. Most of his teachers were pretty cool, and he had a lot of friends. At 5'9'', he wasn't short, but not tall either. He had brown hair, and brown eyes. With no real distinguishing features, he was very average.
He took the path out of the park back to his house, and admired