Serum [Testing] chapter one.Something stirred in the darkness of the den.
Blaze heard it through half-pricked ears; something heavy, but sounding as if whatever it was was trying to be quiet. The dragon curled her lip at the thought of anyone sleeping through that racket. She slowly opened one eye, and as discreetly as she could, swept her gaze around the small den. There was a flicker of movement against the dark tree roots, and she held her breath. Something had just broken the soft stream of moonlight flooding through the entrance. Whatever it was, it was trying to be sneaky
The attack sent the intruder reeling back against the wall, gasping in surprise. Blaze snarled, checked and lunged again.
Prepared this time, the creature shied to the side, eyes flashing- not with anger, but mild amusement. She could easily evade this dragon's attacks; after all she'd grown up with them.
Blaze pulled out of the lunge and turned to renew her assault, spitting fury.
"Calm down Blaze, it's on
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The loud day-end buzz of the school bell was a pain to my ears, but as any student I did get to enjoy the sound of afterschool freedom. "Alright class, I'll see you next week, have a nice weekend," said Miss Hawthorne, putting down the chalk and brushing the white dust off her fur. I knew how troublesome it could be after the second day where she asked me to go up to the blackboard to solve a math exercise.
I began packing my books as the rest of the students headed towards the exit. Some sharing their plans, others were just rushing to the exit. I would have followed hadn't the teacher called my name. "And Marcus, just wait a bit, I'll give it to you in a minute," said Miss Hawthorn as she put her stuff away in her backpack.
It's been three days since I've turned into a taur and things have been going ok. I was taking it easy, day by day. I was glad I had my friends to help me deal with it. Paul and Trish were pa
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I felt great. Considering all the things I've been through and the adjustment a couple of weeks ago, I could've been home, living my life, struggling with the classes I didn't attend 100% and not going to social meetings before I was scared of getting the virus. Right now I have the bug, true that I was living in a motel out of my parents control (not that there was an issue with the latter), that was soon to be fixed, in a couple of days I would be returning there, now adapted to my new form. I was getting reinserted into my friend's social life, which is a huge improvement. I was feeling normal finally.
I had to do my best not to sprint back to the motel, jumping fences and benches now a master of my new legs. The day seemed to match my mood, still somewhat sunny from the last days of summer, these kinds of days were rare this time of the month but it felt great.
About 10 minutes later I was back at the entrance of the 'Four Legs Inn'. Entering I noticed the place was rather
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"I'm glad you got the papers signed," Norman said rather surprised, a smile appearing on his muzzle end as he glanced at the signed document while I took a seat, setting the tray with my breakfast down. "As much as I would've loved to have friends like Trish stay around for free, law forces me to keep an organized track, especially with underage taurs." He said signing the document too.
"Oh? Why is that?" I wondered. "I mean, why is Trish so popular here, I thought her entire house had the taur adjustments since day one."
"She did, but she was always around to help. After some mean kids in her school gave her some trouble she's been trying to help all those that changed. She tends to visit us once every one or two weeks and helps around the place. She's really helpful and has learned how to meet, talk, and help people."
"I see," I agreed, recalling all the times I used to hear rumors of her having an after class part- time job. I now u
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I spent the rest of the afternoon doing my homework in my room. Fortunately it didn't take me long to finish it. At least as far as I could, Internet was down so I couldn't research for information for a report. So I decided to take a break and head out to Bella's cafeteria for a lunch break, almost dinner though. Setting my bags aside, I exited the room, rather carelessly, just to stumble into soft black and white fur, followed by a female gasp. It took me less than a second to realize I accidentally walked into a skunktaur girl's tail. My first reaction was to back away before she ended up spraying me by accident, although I accidentally had my forelegs back, resulting in me tripping back in a sitting position.
"Im sorry!" The girl's voice cried as she backed away from me, seemingly afraid of spraying me by accident.
"No, the fault is mine. I wasn't watching" I said, as I recovered, she was Lavender, the skunk girl of the inn that had that incident a couple of days ago.
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The loud tune music of the news channel rang into my ears and woke me up in an instant. I was so distracted I failed to notice the subtle contradictions with what I've grown used to, such as using the TV suddenly turning on while I heard no one around or the fact that it was actually the news channels instead of the usual Warner Brothers or Fox.
My first thought was to reach for the remote to try to mute the TV as there was some news about the latest outbreak of the famous 'taur virus.' I only managed to make out those two words. The mention of the disease brought back a couple of flashes to my mind. I could remember seeing the nurse telling to go home, my parents giving a surprised yet scared look on their faces seeing a human looking cat, much like cat taurs tended to look like. Thank goodness everything was just a dream, or so I thought.
My nose twitched as I sniffed the air noticing an odd smell, something I never
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"That was close," I muttered exiting the taur-only bathroom. It was for a single person's use, installed about four years ago. It was nice and spacey, and it has to be, because I practically wrestled to get the shorts off my extended rear so I wouldn't have an accident. I almost tripped with the toilet, and I did fell against the wall a couple of times. But luckily the situation was managed and I exited the bathroom, just in time to grab some lunch. Passing my backpack over my shoulder I headed to the cafeteria, still getting used to the glances I earned from companions that knew of my parents dealings.
I didn't want to try and deal with people I knew. It was just to add insult to injury, as there were a few that would act sympathetic towards me. One of them was my friend Trish and probably my friend Paul, who, despite her constant taur state gets to stay in contact with her and other infected. I
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"Alright, everyone gather up," Miss Hawthorne said clapping her hands to draw the attention of thecross country team.
I was just finishing my stretching exercises, managing to learn them was a bit of a chore but after a couple of trips and falls I got the hang of it. Anyway, as I arrived to the group, Miss Hawthorne smiled looking at us. "Well are we all ready to start our trek?"
"Sure," Josh said.
"Yeah, let's get started with this," Paul said.
"Ok, miss," Trish answered.
"I am," was my usual response.
"Very well then, we'll start going down our respective paths. But first, I got a couple of announcements to make," she informed us. "One is that I was informed by the school's secretary that coach Jameson is coming back to school tomorrow and starting this Wednesday "
I couldn't help to feel a bit bad for that and to me it was understandable. My view of the wolf taur teacher had shifted drastically ever since I got infected by the taur virus. Back then, a bit more than a wee
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"I can't believe him," a sigh escaped my black lips as we walked out of the field.
Trish let out a small disappointed sigh as well as she walked ahead. She was leading the way, mainly because her equine legs allowed her to take longer strides making me break into short sprints to keep up with her trotting. "I told you that might've happened," she said once we were out of the school areas. "Now we have to call it quits for now" She shrugged.
"Yeah I guess you're right " I trailed off. I was still pretty annoyed by being talked as if I was some leprous by the sanity group, the coach, and to a lesser yet redeeming extent, my parents, I've grown weary of stepping aside.
At that time we were just passing by the park that edged the school, which gave me an idea, prompting me to finish my suspended sentence. "Or we can at least go to chat without friends," I said breaking into gallop (I'm assuming horse terms work on taurs just as well) towards it.
Trish was surprised and started
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"A hectic Saturday." That's what I told my parents that same afternoon when they asked me how the school's rally went. Watching the board segmenting their attendants by creating non-taur zones, hearing that the coach is trying to leech off the cross country team's funds and, probably the icing and the only good news of that day that I got to enjoy, watching the cold hearted queen bee Joanne get changed into what she loathed so much, a taur. A goat taur at that. From what Paul and Josh told me, she occasionally let out uncontrollable bleats.
My parents were shocked when I told them during supper. I was somewhat unsettled by this, it reminded me back when the virus was still spreading and they asked me about every single detail about my day. "Who you were with?" "What did you eat?" "Who did you stumble with on the way home?" those kinds of things. But this was less of an interrogation and more of a normal anecdote conversation.
Regarding the news, they found themselves somewhat o
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"A 95? I can't believe this." I stared in astonishment at the red ink scribbled on the corner of the test we just took a couple of days ago. Back then I had been confident I gave it well but I wasn't expecting such a high grade.
Josh glanced over my shoulder and let out a smirk "Well, it's because you no longer sit on the rear end of the class, but now that you're right in the front at least you're paying attention."
I nodded "Not to mention that I stand out hence can't really do much aside from paying attention and taking notes without the teacher noticing." I said while slipping the sheet of paper into my backpack. This new one for taurs did make things easier.
"Yeah. Oh, have you talked to your parents already? Or at least have the conversation planned through?" Josh popped in the question, much to my annoyance. Well, not exactly annoyance but more mild discomfort, I could've said I've planned everything and would still sweat when put up at the stage in front of my parents. T
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The others had the large black dragon crashing to the ground in relatively short order. I cocked the pistol and levelled it at his eye. "Following us to teach us... Such bullshit. Any last words?"
Out of the blue, Fenek came sailing in and slapped the pistol out of my grip, growling. "No!"
I scowled at the dragon, while walking over to pick the weapon up, only to have Fenek subsequently rest his foreclaw on me, pinning me to the ground. The other members of the Resistance stared, not quite knowing what to do. I struggled, but it was to no avail, and ended up glaring up at the dragon, adding, "Just what do you think you're doing?"
"I'm stopping a murder." Fenek snarled, returning my glare evenly.
"Murder my arse! He's the enemy! He was spying on us!" I protested, trying again to get free, but yet again, to no avail. "That teacher shit is all crap! Remember that he said that he was watching us? Or is your memory so crappy?"
Fenek growled, ignoring
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A quick check of my rice box showed that I was running low. It was once again time to go to town. The vegetables were wilting anyway, and the ones in the garden weren't ready...
I made myself a quick cucumber sandwich and wolfed it down with a cup of water. I couldn't even say 'glass of water' anymore. All I had was a slightly deformed clay cup, which I filled from a larger pot, which I had labelled with a piece of charcoal to say 'drinking water'. A far cry from having portable water piped straight to the kitchen...
I dug around and found my water bottle, which was actually a cleaned wine bottle, with a cork. They had also taken those with screw caps... I filled it up with water and put it into my basket, which was lashed to my bicycle. I also tossed in some seeds, and some fruits, for trading.
My bicycle was one of the only remnants of the modern era around, with its gears and brakes. That was what most people had in the way of transport anyway, for it was
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I eventually fell asleep on the sofa, and slept through breakfast, much to the amusement of the four children, who were having a lesson in the living room, behind the sofas, when I finally got up. Muttering about having overslept, I went to the kitchen and had the cold leftovers from breakfast, as per my normal routine. It was only when I tripped over my tail and faceplanted on the floor, then I remembered.
As I peeled myself of the floor, I muttered, "Right, dragon...right."
The girls giggled, and I glanced over to them. The younger ones didn't seem so afraid of me. It was a start... Seeing that they had taken the dinner table, which was the only free table in the house, and since I didn't want to go upstairs, I took the last empty seat and placed my paper and pencil down.
Silvera seemed surprised at my sudden entrance, but took it in stride when it became obvious that I was not going to involve myself in the lesson, which seemed to be about
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Deciding to put off convincing the dragon to the next day, I ended up being carried home by the creature and collapsing into bed, not bothering to make dinner as the fatigue hit me full in the face once I touched the bedsheets.
However, I had nigh a minute of sleep when I was prodded awake by the dragon, who once again had my phone in its mouth. "It smells different, and it's warm now. Is there something wrong with it?"
Still half asleep, the first thing out my mouth was "...ah, shit." I must have forgotten to switch the thing off.
The dragon cocked its head at my reaction. "Is it broken?"
I snatched the device out of its mouth. "This one is really none of your business." I snapped, inspecting the case for any damages, and was relieved to find none.
"It is now. You did say that you would show me what it can do when the time comes, and I think the time is now." the dragon replied with a snort.
I discretely switched off the phone with a long press of the
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Chapter 14: Take the Town
I was woken before dawn by Ren Jie, who was already dressed. Gerard was supposedly in the toilet.
I peeled myself off the floor, pausing to dump the dishes into the sink and grab some bread to have for breakfast. I paused to ask about what we would do about the dragons, both of which were still sleeping, and Ren Jie said that they would come with us.
Noting that it would be light soon, I woke Fenek, who complained to no end, and Agenor who was far more cooperative, and we made our way through the dark plains to the truck. As we walked, I fumbled with my pistol and belt, trying to put it on properly.
Agenor seemed curious enough about the truck, but Fenek brushed him off, saying that it was horrible. i rolled my eyes and remarked, "Decide for yourself. Fenek is more suited to sit in a luxury car and not a no-frills military truck."
Agenor snorted. "Very well. I will do as you say. Are we near?"
I nodded as we walked through the forest and into the cl
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Halfway down the road home, the dragon turned up, and landed right in front of me. It must have sensed my fatigue.
"You're tired." It commented, proferring a foreleg for me to climb up. "Come, I'll carry you home."
I shook my head. "Nah, don't bother yourself. I'll manage. Need to get fit anyway. Besides, I'm going to the station again." I then had an idea for a good excuse, "Friend of mine wants to have a look around. A bunch of them, actually."
The dragon raised an eyeridge at me. "Again? What is it about that place that you like so much?"
I shrugged. "Has a charm to it. Plus I used to transit between trains there often."
The dragon nodded, and picked me up anyway, while taking off and picking up my bike in its other arm. "I'll bring you there anyway. I'll keep watch on your bicycle for you while you're there. To me, helping you is never a hassle..."
Seeing that I had just been neatly placed on the creatures back, I saw no point in protesting. I just nodded
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"Alright, we have to secure the place first. Most of the guards are on our side, so we should train and arm them." I added, beckoning a few of the guards who had been following us over.
I received a few nods, and the work was delegated within short order. However, there still remained the problem of fortifications in general. The dragons would not be pleased with this turn of events, and we would expect attacks.
I was forced to watch as Keane and the rest of the Resistance gunned down the dragon and his rider. However, given the fact that they would have killed my rider if he hadn't done what he did, it was hard to condemn his actions.
No time was wasted in training the guards, while Keane himself was caught in a conversation with the rest of his peers, along with the leaders of the town. They seemed to
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Chapter 8: Under Watch
Upon noticing that we were being chased, I quickly sped up, using the methods taught to me by none other than my parents, as I swooped through the sky, looping around hills and flying through forests. Yet, the elder, Errol, was faster, his experience outweighing my ability to a large extent...
I heard my rider cursing loudly, while he rummaged around in his pockets, only to find them empty. In his mind, I glimpsed visions of him once again taking out his 'rifle', as he called it, and attacking Errol, however, those thoughts only served to make him curse more, for he knew that he didn't have that weapon with him... It was obvious enough that Keane would have very much liked to fill the elder with holes with that weapon of his, and I sent my disapproval his way... Did he always have to kill?
Continuing my efforts, I found myself engaging in ridiculous acrobatics. which Errol still managed to match almost effortlessly.... In the end, he was nipping at my
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I cursed quietly under my breath. It couldn't be the Resistance people... They weren't due for another few hours... Fenek seemed to sense my emotions and demanded to know what was wrong, especially when I grabbed my gun and readied it while walking to the door...
Motioning to the table, I remarked to Fenek, "Stay there and try to be inconspicuous."
I then went to the door and slowly opened it, pistol at the ready...
What stumbled in had me stumped. A dragon of a biped configuration. Bruised, battered and bleeding, his silver scales streaked with blood, white chest covered in gashes. The wings were torn to shreds and he bled from a huge head wound, the deep red blood getting into one of his sharp, green eyes. Even his spikes, which ran along his back, were damaged, some of the white shafts cracked, one broken. His claws were caked in blood, probably not his... He held his chest, blood seeping from between his claws. His twin white horns were covered in bl
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Chapter 13: A Mess
Eventually, I ended up going outside and spending the evening doing a bit of gardening. With all the big event popping up all over the place, I hadn't had time for these small things, and my plants were already slightly wilted from a lack of water. Now, with the two dragons asleep, I finally had time to settle these little details...
As I sloshed the water onto the plants, I heard the sound of a bicycle behind. I sighed and quickly finished up, before turning to see Victor walking towards me. He noticed that I was looking his way and started talking, "A friend of mine said that he had an informer amongst the dragons. A silver guy. He bailed a day or so ago and disappeared, saying that he had been found out. I did my homework and validated the claim. Rumour is that he landed somewhere here and died. Do you happen to know anything?"
I heaved the biggest sighs of relief that I could muster. One less thing to explain. "His name wouldn't be Agenor, would it?"
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Simon adjusted his glasses as he peered out the window. Even though he had just got his glasses a few days ago, they didn't fit very well. He saw David return to his apartment with two girls. Ever since David had moved in a week previous, every time Simon saw him, he was with a new girl. Simon couldn't help but worry about David. He sort of had a motherly feeling for him.
Motherly? Simon shook his head. Why did he think that? His mind was getting fuzzier and fuzzier. He would often say or think strange things. Not only his mind was weird, but his body was acting up as well. Not necessarily in a bad way.
He was in his late fifties. He was already greying and going bald. He had bad posture by hunching over his computer so much. His skin was somewhat pasty, and he was too thin. He often had a difficultly getting out of bed because he lacked energy.
Now, his hair was growing back, much thicker than it was before. He ev
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Sam stared at David. “I can’t believe you went to the waterpark without me.” She blushed and turned around. “I even got a new swimsuit I wanted to show off.”
“I’m sorry. I promise I’ll take you next time.”
Sam turned back around, her eyes shining. “You promise?” David nodded his head.
“Now, what are we going to do with the rest of the group?” David said, as he gazed across the crowded apartment. Including him, there were nine people. Ellie and Aubree were giggling with Leah on the couch. Alec was trying and failing to hit on Cassidy in the hallway; she wouldn’t even look at him. Rachel was reading alone on another couch and Sophia offered to make snacks for the group. Sam looked uncomfortable having so many people in her apartment. David was also a little uncomfortable; he had never been very good in big groups, but he also felt res
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David adjusted his hat as he watched Sophia study herself. She acted differently than the others who had transformed. The others after the transformation had finished had their personalities completely changed as they accepted the change. Sophia, on the other hand, retained both her personality and surprise; also, David noticed her clothes had not changed either. David had thought she would have changed genders, but obviously, she did not.
“How did this happen?” Sophia asked with wonder and gratitude in her eyes.
David explained quickly how he found a magic crystal in the mountains. “And now, whoever I touch becomes younger.” He thought it best to leave out the part that they become girls as well.
“So, did all of you change as well?” Sophia said, hinting at the others.
“Everyone but Alec. The blonde with the braid is Rachel, the black-haired girl is Cassidy, and the short red head is Leah.” They greeted each other after the introduc
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"Okay, Alex, let's set some boundaries," David said. Alex and David were sitting on one of the beds in the hotel; Rachel was reading over on the couch.
They had driven for the last six hours and the car was beginning to get really cramped. Rachel couldn't drive and David didn't trust Alex to drive. Also, Alex seemed to have no self control or respect of personal boundaries. No matter what David said for her to do, Alex always found an excuse to either take off her clothes or cuddle. Or both. David found it very difficult to drive under those circumstances. Rachel remained quiet throughout the drive, immersed in her book.
"You can't take off your clothes in front of me or other people."
Alex tilted her head. "Have I not been pleasing to you?" Probably the most offsetting thing about her was her lack of emotion. She spoke in monotone and her expression never changed.
"That's not the issue."
"So, I have been pleasing to you. Wha
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"What do you mean you've got an idea? David said, "I'm not going to change someone just because you want to experiment."
"Hear me out first," Alec responded, "You basically know nothing about your power except that whoever you touch turns into a girl." He glanced at a female Riley reading a book on the couch and Sam who was hiding behind David. "I think it's a good idea to figure out a way to control it. You don't want to be isolated the rest of your life."
"I'm hardly isolated. I'm basically always with Sam," David stated, but realized it was a weak argument.
"Which is why you came over to Riley's home to play video games, right? Face it, you're lonely and you don't want to change another person by accident. It's better to understand what you can do and practice."
"But I'm basically killing them. Their personality and body are completely transformed."
"That's why we go somewhere where the people are almost dead anyway. Before my grandpa passed away, he stayed at a rest home. Plenty of
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"Yes! I win again," Sam said with pride. She looked at David expectantly. David gave her a congratulating smile and Sam beamed.
David and Sam were at Riley's home playing video games. Simon, Riley's dad the landlord, had invited David over after the movie. When Sam had gotten back from work, she came over as well. Riley, who was naturally shy, was very awkward around Sam. David couldn't really blame him; Sam was extremely attractive with a pretty face and large breasts.
Sam was also very good at video games. David assumed that skill carried over from when Sam was a guy. David didn't really know Sam before she transformed, so it was hard to understand what had changed and what hadn't changed with her personality. She did seem to have the same skills and knowledge, as displayed with her work and video games.
"Next game," Riley said determined. He seemed proud that he was good at games and being beat by a shy and somewhat ditzy girl seemed to dent that pride. They played again and Sam dom
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"I'm so nervous," Sam said anxiously. "What if they don't like me?"
"You'll do fine," David responded, trying to comfort her. "It's impossible not to like you." It was still hard to imagine this very well endowed girl was once a guy. She was perfect in almost every way, except she couldn't cook at all; somehow, David was becoming used to the horrible food. Sam was standing in front of the mirror, examining herself and adjusting her clothes. She was wearing a collared shirt with the top two buttons undone, which showed a little cleavage, and a business skirt.
Sam took a deep breath and gave her best smile, "Okay, here I go." David showed her out the door and waved good bye. He sighed thinking that this was like a parent sending a child off to school for the first time.
It had been two days since Sam and David had moved into the new apartment. Sam still went to the interview; David had no idea how she was able to convince the people that her paper had her gender wrong, but he co
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David took a deep breath and stepped onto the bus. This was the third bus he had gotten on since leaving that afternoon, but this one was different because it would be a six hour ride all the way through the night. He was a little nervous from leaving home, but David knew he couldn't be around Karl now that he was a girl or else he would probably do something he would regret. It was bad enough to be attracted to your own sibling, but it was worse that his personality completely changed. It was almost like Karl died and he was replaced by another person.
David thought back to their hiking trip and that strange cave that they found. The crystal that exploded in his face must have been the cause for the transformation, but it confused him why it affected Karl and not him. He planned to go back to the cave later on to see if he could find any clues, but for now, he just wanted to get away from home to think things over and r
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Karl adjusted his hat as he waited for his brother to catch up. Every summer, Karl and his younger brother, David, went on a camping trip. Sadly, this would be the last trip they would do together, since Karl had just graduated and he was moving out to go to college. This was a four day trip. Karl finally saw his brother making his way up the trail.
David was two years younger than Karl at the age of 16. He was skinny and preferred to reading and video games to sports. On the other hand, Karl was well built and loved sports. Even though the brothers were completely opposite, they got along really well. They helped each other out where the other was lacking. Even though David wouldn't normally like camping, he always looked forward for their yearly trip.
"What took you so long? I was getting ready to leave you behind," Karl yelled as David came closer.
"Shut up. I'm only a little slower than you," David responded.
"Whatever you say. Anyway, we're almost there. Let's make it u
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After a few days, life settled into a kind of routine in the Lambton Base. The operatives popped in and out of the house, running errands and missions for Charman, who'd holed himself up in one of the studies and only emerged to eat and use the facilities. The other half-dragons organized themselves into groups and claimed portions of the base as bedrooms; it was difficult to find a room that didn't have mattresses or sleeping bags strewn about it all the time.
As for James and I, predictably, we were training. He was trying to teach me the basics of fighting, though I probably wasn't the best student. He might have been good at teaching, but he was also harsh at it, and took out his frustration at not being able to take part in the important missions out on me.
We sparred each morning and evening, sometimes in between. Teyaan also did his best to teach me about other dragon things; such as helping me improve at breathing fire
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The grenades were detonating out of range, which was a good thing, because we probably made pretty good targets. I stumbled back, everything beginning to blur. I was panicking. What was I supposed to do?
Hide, was Teyaan's only suggestion, so I decided to take him up on it.
I turned and started to run. Some part of me felt guilty--those are your friends out there, they're fighting to protect you--but the rest of me replied with something along the lines of holy crap, grenades, giant dragons, I'm so screwed.
More explosions tore at the ground, and I looked back to see what was happening. A bunch of half-dragons at the forefront of Black's army were the source of the explosions, the ones with grenade launchers, though at something like four hundred yards their shots seemed to be falling too short to reach us. The grass was torn up in rough, burnt earthy patches.
There was nowhere for me to hide,
Half-Dragon Solis, Chapter 15Chapter Fifteen - Rescue the Princess: Part TwoHalf-Dragon Solis, Chapter 15 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
As I was taken back toward the warehouse, I saw that all the fires had died out into dark trails of smoke, weaving up into the equally dark sky. Those hadn't lasted long. Had Damon and Yorka already gotten inside? I hoped they were well-hidden, because my little distraction had ended prematurely and all the other half-dragons were returning to the warehouse.
Locke marched up to the front door, which was a heavy, metal slab with blacked-out windows. Rapping twice on the door brought another half-dragon to open it from the inside, who eyed me suspiciously as Locke dragged me past. I suddenly thought to count out the dragons I could see, to better judge who would be left inside the warehouse for Damon to take care of--there were five out here, I determined with a quick glance, which meant there were four who remained inside.
"Looking for your way out?" Locke asked quietly, and I realized with some dread she'd been wat
Half-Dragon Solis, Chapter 12Chapter Twelve - Stupid (But Predictable) DecisionsHalf-Dragon Solis, Chapter 12 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Why am I even considering this? I asked myself as Yorka and Damon walked off, talking with their heads ducked low. Felix was still staring at me as if I'd just announced I was going to transform into a bright pink unicorn and fly off into the sunset. Then again, I'd already transformed into a dragon and was considering becoming a secret agent, so who knew what was possible anymore?
Anyway, I was considering something entirely different than anything I'd done before--risking my life for the sake of someone else's. In the Lair and before that, I'd been the one attacked, with no choice in the matter whether to fight back or not. This, of course, was not the same. I would be going into some kind of spy mission of my own accord, purposefully walking into a dangerous situation to save a guy with whom I had no strong attachment.
I mean, I felt bad for Charman, but come on. The guy hit me with a limousine.
Half-Dragon Solis, Chapter 26Chapter Twenty-Six - Dungeons, Dragons, and Machine GunsHalf-Dragon Solis, Chapter 26 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
We were buried in complete, disorienting darkness for a few seconds. As my eyes adjusted, I was able to see by the weak glow that reached us from a bare bulb on the ceiling. Dungeons with light bulbs, who knew.
I pricked my ears and thought I could hear people talking, but the voices were ghostlike and indistinct--were they the people we had come to rescue, or enemy Revivers?
The dungeon was another world from the one above. The walls of the staircase were made from thick stone bricks, a medieval dungeon that might have looked ridiculous in any other context, if it weren't for the earthy atmosphere of power that filled it. Evidently light bulbs were cheaper to keep than medieval torch sconces, because they were hung by the ceiling every so often, low enough so that Kane had to hunch over so they wouldn't smack him in the face.
Our path took us down, down, and suddenly into the path of another half-dragon.
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Chapter Fourteen - Rescue the Princess: Part One
We rolled to a halt a good block or two away from the factory district, at the edge of a supermarket parking lot. Damon got out first and carefully scanned the surrounding area, as if he expected the evening shoppers to suddenly sprout scales and attack. When they didn't, he nodded and motioned for Yorka and I to come out. I stepped onto the cold asphalt and stretched, feeling my shoulders crack from the long car ride.
It was only about eight o'clock, but the sky was already dark--strange for late summer. Perhaps the dark clouds had followed us from North Allens. Yorka slid from the backseat and hit the ground behind me, glancing up at the sky as well. "Think it's a little too bright?" he asked.
"We'll wait for it to get darker before Matthew sets the fires," replied Damon. "For now, I'd like to get a little closer and make sure nothing's changed since I was last here."
We started out towards the factories, which were jus
Half-Dragon Solis, Chapter 24Chapter Twenty-Four - Dark PlanHalf-Dragon Solis, Chapter 24 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"So there is going to be a raid?" I asked, getting to my feet.
"You'll learn soon enough. We have a briefing in fifteen minutes," Charman replied, then strode off to let the other operatives know. I looked toward Elise, raising my eyebrows.
"What? You think that means you're coming?" she rolled her eyes, then got to her feet and hurried after Charman.
I looked around with a sigh. A hush had fallen over the five or so half-dragons scattered about the main room; the girls in the corner had stopped colouring and were whispering to each other, staring after Charman and Elise with round eyes. Maybe they had friends who had been captured.
I stood up and winced, feeling the bruises on my sides and the stiffness in my back. Would Charman, or James or whoever made the decision, let me go on this mission when I wasn't even finished training yet? Only one way to find out.
Fifteen minutes later, all the operatives had filtered into the study
Half-Dragon Solis, Chapter 28Chapter Twenty-Eight - God ComplexHalf-Dragon Solis, Chapter 28 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
We flew for a long time. I half-expected it to make me dizzy and nauseated, but my body adjusted to our new mode of travel just fine, though my mind continued to quietly scream in dismay. Reid seemed to have fainted, and there wasn't anything Elise or I could do for her while in midair. Luckily, Alarav's flight path had evened out, so she wasn't in danger of falling so long as Elise and I held her still.
We flew over rural areas; fields and farms. I had no idea where we were, but Alarav's course was steady, and continued to be such until we sank into a descent at the edge of some farmland. There was no road to be seen for quite awhile, but Alarav zeroed in on what looked like a large tool shed out by its lonesome in the field.
"Solis, make sure Reid doesn't fall off," Elise commanded, shifting in her seat. "I'm going to help Alarav with Rhys."
I could only nod as she abruptly leapt off of Alarav's side, plunging earth toward what my e
Half-Dragon Solis, Chapter 18Chapter Eighteen - PrioritiesHalf-Dragon Solis, Chapter 18 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
As we drove back into North Allens, I saw that the late-night sky had closed over with black clouds, probably reflecting that the collective mood of the Colony was somewhere between grumpy and severely pissed-off. As we pulled off into the side road that led to the dragons' secret little palace, a few raindrops hit the windshield, making Yorka wince as if he'd been hit.
"I'm sure it's just because they miss us so much," he quipped at my questioning look. "Yeah, that's got to be it. No need to make it rain for anything less important."
As we finally emerged into the night air and looked around, I was struck by how lonely and silent the little town was at this time. It sure wasn't much to look at in the middle of the day, but it seemed to take on another face in the night, a small cluster of eerie streetlights only just holding the greater darkness at bay behind it.
"Maybe we should get a hotel until morning," Yorka whispered to Charman. "Y'
Half-Dragon Solis, Chapter 4Chapter Four - I'm Probably CrazyHalf-Dragon Solis, Chapter 4 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
We waited in tense silence for awhile, not even Yorka sneaking a bite of food. My appetite had gone.
You and Charman said it was safe here, right? I asked Teyaan with something of a nervous laugh. That hasn't changed, has it?
The others are always hunting us. Teyaan replied without emotion.
But they can't get here. That's what you said. That's the only reason I'm in this stupid place.
He did not reply, and I sank slowly into my seat, staring at the doorway through which Charman had disappeared. I couldn't stop seeing the creature that had attacked me earlier, clawed and dark-blooded and terrifying. Were there more of those about? Were they inside the building?
Several more minutes passed in an almost unbearable tension. We heard no more noises, but Charman did not return. Finally Yorka got up from his seat. "I'll go see if he's all right."
"Yorka, are you sure ?" Patricia stammered, halfway getting up
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Dawn had broken many hours ago, and the sun was now nearing its peak. Far below the Dragon Temple rose up in all of its glory. Its smooth white stone walls shone in the bright sunlight. At the south east corner of the Temple a large domed coliseum loomed up around several smaller buildings. All were connected by long halls that stretched between the structures, connecting them like spokes in a giant wheel.
A garden of statues surrounded the coliseum, here the memorials of all the heroes, both named and unnamed stood. For these heroes had defended the Temple against the second resurrection, and Malefor's ar
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Sunlight streamed through the open windows of the orphanage, and into Lyrith's sleeping eyes. He winced, and slowly opened his eyes, blinking to get the glare out of his vision. He quickly adjusted to the bright light, bringing his room into focus. It was much how he had left it when he had fallen asleep, although the colours were clearer and more vibrant in the bright sun. The deep brown of the wooden chest between his two windows was clearly visible. The many colourful pillows that made up his bed livened up the dreary grey of the stone walls. The wooden table that sat in the center of Lyr's room cast a long shadow across his room. Little smudges of red dotted the cold stone floor, mementoes of last night's fight.
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The sun set, well past its zenith in the afternoon sky. The clouds scattered across the sky left gaping blue holes, allowing the sun to shine through. The patchwork pattern of light and shadow spread across the Temple like a quilt.
Far below a black dragoness forced her way through a crowd of students, whose classes had just ended. Cynder ploughed through any who got in her way, heedless of their cries of protest and shouts, she had somewhere she needed to be. Cynder broke through the crowd and exploded down the hall, at a dead run.
Not five minutes ago she had returne
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Lyrith snored peacefully in the faded light of his room. The light filtered through the drapes and across the wide open space of his room. He lay on his back, paws sticking up into the air, occasionally twitching. The light played across his scars, creating small slivers of shadow across his body. The room was barren, achingly empty of furnishings and personal touches. Lyrith's belongings were stashed away in the cabinets and drawers of his wardrobe and desk, the only true furniture in the room.
Inferna watched Lyrith sleep with a small smile. Her eyes locked on his muzzle, which hung o
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The towering spires of Arquin's mansion soared up like claws towards the sky, dwarfing the houses below. The mansion was built of grey blue stone, arches and towering columns gave the enormous structure a sense of grace and dignity. Huge murals of coloured tiles decorated the upper portion of the walls. They depicted wondrous scenes and beautiful landscapes from far off realms.
"This mansion would be better described as a palace." Lyrith speculated, awestruck at the mag
Dark Legacy. Chapter 20 Part 2A strong gust blew the trees of the Temple gardens fitfully, the early morning sky still dark, with countless stars speckling the sky. The full moon touched the horizon, and the soft glow of the distant sun started to lighten the sky into a dusky blue. Hovering above the treetops, Lyrith flew, beating his wings hard to keep aloft, a heavy stone gripped between his paws. He huffed and grunted in effort as he strained against gravity and the stone, slowly acending up into the sky.Dark Legacy. Chapter 20 Part 2 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
The Albino soared throug the sky, occasionally diving, flipping and changing direction to break up the circles he flew. Lyr ground his fangs as he pulled up from a dive, every muscle in his body taught, his claws digging into the stone to keep a good grip. Condensation from the cool, moist morning air trickled into his eyes and he blinked rapidly to remove the distraction.
The rock slipped in his claws and Lyrith cursed as he struggled to keep hold of it, but to no avail. It tumbled out of his paws and into the
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"Hey Snowy! Did you fall down some stairs or have you always looked that ugly?" A brawny wind dragon jeered at Lyrith as he passed him in the hall. The other students around him all laughed. Lyr turned to face them, his scarred muzzled twisting into a sneer.
"Why don't you go shove your head up your ass, it should fit. As they say, like attracts like."
The wind dragon spluttered, around him all of the other dragons gave mocking 'ooh's and laughed at the flustered dragon. Lyrith smirked and continued on his way.
"Go choke on a weasel, lizard!" The grey snarled after Lyrith, the white did not even deign to respond.
In the week he had studied at the Temple, Lyrith's life had improved dramatically. He was eating well every day, his lessons w
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It was late in the evening at the Dragon Temple, and the sun set with a vibrant orange glow. No clouds could be found in the darkening sky, and the stars gleamed in the heavens. But the land below was far from peaceful. All around the great academy of the Temple, the students celebrated the end of exams.
Groups of students danced, sang, ate, drank and socialized while listening to the cheerful, jovial music played by the many bands scattered across the Temple grounds. People from the nearby village supplied and sold goods to the celebrating students. Everyone reveled in the games, beat and company, relieved that the hardest portion of t
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A knock at the door woke Inferna in the warm, spring night. She had been dozing fitfully, unable to get a proper sleep. Her room was messy, with many colourful objects scattered across the floor. Countless odd trinkets from yarn dolls to a collection of bleached bones could be found in piles around her room. To the casual eye, it would appear a disastrous mess that should be cleaned immediately.
However if one looked with a critical gaze, and tilted their head slightly to the left a pattern would begin to emerge. The heaps of objects that once may have appeared haphazard would be re
When life gives you Creepypasta. VIIIYou stood blinking at the still arguing people. You back over to Cheshire to see her floating on her front lazily as she stared also at the arguing, though the big grin never left her face. She looked over to out the corner of her eye, she switched back and forth between you and the group.When life gives you Creepypasta. VIII in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
She quickly floated in front of you, putting her face inches from yours, causing you to jump back with a small squeal. She chuckled before saying, "This argument.. could take awhile you know. You could, I don't know, always look around. Get a feel of the place." Her ears twitched as she grinned bigger.
Yeah, this certainly did feel like you feel down the rabbit hole. Considering, you did fall down a hole. Now you're just missing the bunny and the blue dress.
Your face twisted into a 'Are you serious?' look as you stared at the cat-woman-thing before you. 'Me? Look around? Here? By myself!?' Of course your curiosity was at a maximum high to see just how beautiful the rest of t
When life gives you CreepyPasta. VIIYou gulped. My imagination!? You inwardly screamed. You couldn't understand why anyone would want you around for your Imagination? Your imagination never got appreciated by people. You often got made fun of for it and felt out. You believed in things and thought of things that most people considered abnormal. You never took notes in class, you doodled.When life gives you CreepyPasta. VII in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
You never had friends because no-one wanted to hang out with the girl who sat at home instead of going out, who drew and wrote instead of talking to friends and getting on social networking sites.
Sure, your parents cared for you but, they never understood you and you loved them anyway because they didn't push away for you ideas. Granted they were hardly ever home because of the jobs they had and you understood that, and that only made the moments you got spend with them mean more.
But hey, it's not like these people are gonna expect you to stay here forever are they?
Splendormans' smile never disappeared as he ans
When life gives you CreepyPasta. Chapter IVYou stood staring at the big hole in the ground; that from what Slenderman had told you this was- is, the entrance to their world. When you say big hole, you mean big hole. Big ass hole, like the one you see in horror movies. Only, nothing weird and deformed was crawling out of it trying to kill you. You looked between everyone who was staring at you expectedly. I don't know what their waiting for, there is no way in HELL I am jumping down this thing.When life gives you CreepyPasta. Chapter IV in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
BEN cleared his throat and pushed you forward almost causing you to fall in but luckily, you caught your self in time. He chuckled a bit as you re-gained yourself but took a step from him so he wouldn't be able to do it again. "Well.. go on then."
You looked back at him with owlish eyes, causing his nose to scrunch up. You took a step back from the hole, also taking a step far from him. "W-what are we suppose to do? H-hold hands and skip around it? Then some big ray of sunshine picks us up and carries us down?" Please say yes, p
When life gives you CreepyPasta. Chapter IIYou sat on the couch in the living room, your feet were propped up on the coffee table; seeing your parents weren't home, how could you not? You sipped the coffee as you snorted at the cartoons on your T.V. That is, until it started to give you horribly loud feed back. You dropped your coffee to clutch your ears and rush to the T.V. Turning the volume down all the way, you rubbed your ears a groaned. What the hell was that about? You thought as you frowned as the cartoon suddenly went into a fuzzy black and white, you turned it off and huffed.When life gives you CreepyPasta. Chapter II in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
You squeaked as you turned in a defense position ready to kick ass like in those kung-foo movies you spent way to much time watching. No one came towards you so you shrugged it off, thinking it was just an animal out side getting into stuff. Shit. You cursed to yourself as you looked at the spilled coffee on the floor. Eh, I'll get it in a minute. You're parents were gone for a few days on a business trip, it'
When life gives you CreepyPasta. Chapter VYou screamed and clung to Jack as you fell down the hole that seemed to never end. Not that you could hear him over your screams, but he was choking and coughing from the lack of oxygen he was getting because of your death grip.When life gives you CreepyPasta. Chapter V in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
He knew he promised to get you down as safely as he could, but he didn't know he'd die from not breathing along the way. He wouldn't get your kidneys this way if you did die. But he continued to let you hold onto none the less.
Though he was surprised you were still screaming and clinging to him even after he landed on his feet, completely un-harmed. Did you not notice you had stopped falling? Or did you just enjoy hugging him? "(Y-y/n), you can l-let g-go now.."
You stopped screaming and slowly opened your eyes, meeting Jacks hood. You hesitantly looked over his head and saw that you were in a.. Parking lot? What the fuck? You thought as you climbed off Jacks back and looked around at the Dimly lighted lot. You couldn't help the fact a thought about won
When life gives you CreepyPasta. Chapter IIIWhere were you? Oh yes..When life gives you CreepyPasta. Chapter III in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
You continued to cry out in fear as you laid in a little shivering ball on the cold forest floor. You could just barely make out Them yelling at each other for some reason. Not that you cared really, you just didn't wanna die. I take it back! All those times I said I hated my life! I take it back, I love my life. I DON'T WANNA DIE! I LOVE MY LIFE! You continued to cry but they slowly subsided into quiet sobs and now, you could finally make out what they were saying.
"It was BEN's fault she got so scared! He was standing right behind her!"
"My fault! I'm not the one who was holding up a knife and grinning at her when she ran into her bedroom!"
"Well, what about Smiley!?"
"Smiley's just a dog! Don't blame him, he's a sweetheart!"
You flinched back and let out a yelp as something wet and cold nudged your hair. You froze, feeling your blood run cold. Why you turned to look at it, you weren't exactly sure why. But you did. You closed your eyes and let out a s
When life gives you CreepyPasta. VISo, after they had all decided they would just buy you some new things later and that for now you would borrow Janes' until then. You had all went inside. Truth be told, you were a bit nervous about going inside that beautiful mansion place. But Smiley and nudged you basically saying, 'I'm right behind you' which you were more than thrilled about.When life gives you CreepyPasta. VI in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
You slowly walked through the front doors, your jaw dropping at the sight of how big the inside was. It really is a mansion. You thought taking it all in down to the last crack in the paint. You were so lost you didn't even notice the tall, happy, colorful figure coming your way until he spoke. "I take it you're enjoying yourself, hopefully!"
You turned around and almost squealed at the sight. You tried to contain jumping on him and ended up with you just shaking like a leaf. Inwardly; you were losing it like a maniac. Holy shit, it's fucking Splendorman..
Splendor man stood staring down at you with that smile on his fa
When life gives you CreepyPasta. XIVSquinting his eyes as he tapped his foot, his hands seemed glue to his waist as he glowed down at the three of you. "Now, would you like to explain to me, once again-- without interruptions, how this happened?" He asked for what seemed the hundredth time today.When life gives you CreepyPasta. XIV in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Your gaze followed his -- like the other two sitting beside you -- down to the unconscious killer on the recliner. You winced, afraid for your health, because you were positive Jeff would be fine, even if he did get hit on the head pretty hard, and now he would most likely kill you after he wakes up. Yaaaaaaayy. . .
Splendys lips purse, his foot tapping pace increased impatiently as he waited for an answer.
"No, not really-"
"He's an ass-"
"He.. wouldn't stop screaming.." Jack breathed.
Your face scrunched up and your eyes widened, as you quickly looked over at Jack. Scooting away from by a few inches, your face kind of dropped. What the fuck? You shivered. Even if he was, well, what he was, the way he just said t
When life gives you CreepyPasta. Chapter I“I don't see what the big deal about this girl is! She's just a human!”When life gives you CreepyPasta. Chapter I in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Slenderman felt his covered eye twitch, while the rest of the company groaned listening to Jeff complain once again. Sure, none of them wanted to do this, seeing this girl was a human. But Splendorman said she was important and couldn't seem to stress about just how important she really was. BEN smiled, looking down at the ground with a enthusiastic smile on his face, clearly not caring about her being human at the moment. "Maybe.. She likes video games."
'Maybe she'll give her kidneys...' Jack silently thought with a twisted smile behind his mask, staring straight ahead of him.
Jane stopped, turning her head harshly back in the whinny killers direction to glare at him.“Jeff, if you don't shut up, I'm going to come back there and kill you!”
Said boy groaned, tugging on Smile Dogs collar to keep him from chasing after squirrels or what ever the hell scent he pick
When life gives you CreepyPasta. XIIIAfter smelling the beautiful scent of food, you took off into a run towards the dinning room, the slobbering Smile dog right on your tail. Ignoring the small giggle from behind, you slid into the dinning room, almost sliding into the table but succeeded not to. Mentally cheering, you victory was short lived, something came out and made contact with the back of your head, a noise echoing in your ears. "Nien running in zhe house!" Grabbing the back of your head, you let out a whine and curled your toes. Sure, you knew who it was that whacked you- as if it wasn't obvious enough, but as a natural reaction you turned around. You got an eyeful of a sigh you'd NEVER forget! There stood Slenderman in all his glory - pride probably shot - wearing a pink apron, with hearts. Pursing your lip, your head craned back as if you were trying to decide whether this was real or not. If you could see his eyes, you would imagine them squinting as be leaned over towards you. "Vhat? Vhat are you staringWhen life gives you CreepyPasta. XIII in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Elsa and Jack: A tale of two Winters pt. IIIElsa and Jack: A tale of two Winters pt. III in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
A Tale of Two Winters
Lightning flashed in the distance, across the sea from Arrendelle. Far away enough that no one from the shore would notice it on the horizon.
The storm that was too far gone to reach the mainland suddenly spewed a dark swirling mass, moving at a rapid pace towards the coast.
Black bits of it fell off into the sea as it passed over it, like soot, till it finally went on through the forests.
As it passed by, birds that sang stopped, a wolf that was merely scratching itself suddenly snarled at the scent of a human. Finally the shadow stopped in the midst of the trees where only a little bit of light shone through.
It had been nearly 16 years since the birth of those solstice born children...16 years that Pitch had had to plot as to how to use them...he was still busying himself delivering fear and darkness to various parts of the world but his mind had ever been on how to utilize their unique situation. Something about their power.
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A Tale of Two Winters
5 years later
The King and Queen slept in their massive bed in their chambers. Unsure of how they managed it, but sleep had finally come to them...though it was not a welcome occurrence.
Ever since the event with Elsa's power going array and striking their daughter Anna, they were at a loss of what to do...did they really have to shield their daughter from the world like that...but then was she really their daughter it was Anna who was struck....
a GASP went off in their mind "How could you think such a thing!? Don't you love her...what kind of parents are you...."
It made the King and Queen both toss in their sleep....as a grinning...billowing shadow was cast on their bed side.
Suddenly the hand of the shadow began stroking the queens face, making her shrink back into her husband.
"What kind of mother are you anyway...? Look at those eyes....look at how she wants to be safe...but do you care? No..."
the voice which sounded so much like the
Elsa and Jack: A tale of two Winters pt. IVElsa and Jack: A tale of two Winters pt. IV in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
A Tale of Two Winters
Jessica finished sewing her mothers shawl....the designs were just the way she had remembered them being when they were carved on her walls as a small girl.
She looked out the window birds sang, and bugs chirped merrily, summer had arrived in Arrendelle, and the whole world seemed to be a row with joy cause of it. And why wouldn't it be? The best times happened in Summer.
Summer was when school was on a sabbatical, it was when you could go exploring or do what ever it was you wanted to do the rest of the previous year, but for Jessica, it just meant the time of year that Arrendelle was thawing. No more Snow. No more reminders...
There was a knock on her door, she stood up from her chair, "Who is it?"
"It's Saint Nicolas, who do you think? It's Kristof!" came a gruff voice.
She rolled her eyes and opened the door to see the same, huge figure of Kristoff on the porch.
"Do you have the carrots?" He said the moment the door was open.
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A tale of Two Winters
"More water, more water!" Edger cried as he cradled their baby jack. "he's burning up!"
His wife Gertrude rushed what water wasn't frozen in a pot to her husband who quickly plunged the rag into it and placed it on their toddlers head.
Gertrude gripped her swollen belly getting her balance after rushing over. Edger looked helplessly from his twin children, to his pregnant wife.
"Darling!" he cried.
"I'm fine dear...I'm fine.." Gertrude said regaining her balance.
Their little baby Jack coughed, squirmed then calmed again. "Thank goodness..." he breathed out.
"Is he breathing better...?" his wife asked.
Edger walked Jack across the wooden floor of their cabin to the crib he had carved himself.
"He's smiling..." he said breathing a sigh of relief.
"Did we wake Elsa?" Gertrude asked.
Edger peeped into the crib to see their twin daughter yawning to herself, with a discontented sleeping face.
"No...she's just dreaming." he said as he