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It was the same basement as always: dark and dusty with only a few things in it. Small rays of light were shining through the basement windows . In the middle of the basement, there were three chairs on the left and the right and one in between. Theian, Girido, and Eig'nia sat in the chairs on the left and Alex and Z'haer sat next to an empty chair on the right. That empty chair was mine. My dad sat in the chair in the middle.
Today was my birthday. Today I turned eleven years old. Most kids my age would probably be having a party and eating some delicious cake with their friends and parents and getting birthday presents. But this year was different for me
"Today is a most glorious day. For it is on this day that my son, Jakol, comes of age." My dad said.
I stood by the entrance to the basement, looking around at everyone nervously, their eyes all focused on me. I took a deep breath and exhaled. My heart was pounding rapidly. I thought it was going to
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Part 1. A Beautiful Transformation
The sky was very dark as I made my way to my brother's house. I was told that it hardly ever rains in California but this rain was cold, yet sad at the same time. Like how I felt. To me, it was like a signal of things to come.
My name is Titus Flamel. I'm a thirteen year old boy. My parents went missing less than a month ago. My grandp
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Chapter 1: New Generation
The 10 year old boy walked the halls of his school. School had just let out and he was ready to head home. As he exited the building, he saw his mother's car in the school parking lot. The sight of his mom's car made the little boy smile. He ran towards the car. He opene
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Pt. 12 Infiltration
(Author's note: This chapter won't be told from Titus' point of view. Instead, it will focus more on his friends and everyone else)
Ben and the others made it to the mountains north of the mysterious organization. They hopped off the dragons' backs and sat down.
"So how are we gonna rescuse Titus from THAT place?!" Lucas exclaimed.
"I dunno! Just let me think!" Ben shouted, angerly.
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Pt. 6 Titus Earns His Wings
"Doulstraz, huh?" I asked.
"What do you not like that name?" Angela asked.
"Actually.. I think it's a pretty cool name." I responded with a smile.
My tail bobbed around happily.
"Looks like my tail likes that name too."
I broke my attention away from my tail for a sec.
"So what am I supposed to do now? Just stay in this cave?" I asked.
"Unfortuately, you don't have much o
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Pt. 5 Doulstraz
The woman claiming to be Angela walked back into the shop. I followed behind her.
"Okay so you're Angela Dragonwings. So what's this 'gift' you've been talking about in your letters?" I asked.
"You already got the gift." She responded. "It's your transformation."
"That's what's confusing me. I've got a tail but I shrunk to the size of a little kid. So am I becoming a croco
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Pt. 3 A Visit From Lucas
I put my eye up to the peephole. I couldn't believe my eyes. It was Lucas, my friend from Utah. But what was he doing here? I opened the door.
"Hey, Lucas, what're you doing here
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Pt. 7 Sarah
I flew through the nightsky with Angela. However my wings were starting to cramp on me.
I groaned with pain.
"Doulstraz, what's wrong?" Angela asked.
"I need to rest. My wings are sore."
"We should be back home soon. Will you be able to make it?" Angela asked.
"I don't think I--"
My wings lost all ability to move and I fell, through the sky. I thought this was it. I wouldn't
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Pt. 8 A Trip to the Dragon Realm
I slept in my bed. Or whatever you could call it. I had been dreaming about what I'll be like when I'm fully dragon. I imagined that I'd be somewhat short since I'd be a dragon child. I dreamt that I had a long snout and two beautiful horns growing out of my head. My horns in my dream were a bloodish red. My nostrils were instead two sli
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Pt. 10 The Transformation Comes to An End
I woke up after having passed out yet AGAIN! I thought I had this crazy dream that instead of my reflection, a small, child dragon's reflection was in place of my own.
I got up from under the sheets. Everyone was standing around me. They looked like I had just done something pretty weird.
"What's everyone looking at?" I asked.
"Don't you feel strange?" Lucas asked.
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Pt. 4 Titus Shrinks
I saw Jackie and Kyle run upstairs. It seemed like they got some new toys.
"Hey, Titus, we're home." Ben said.
"Yeah, I can see that." I replied, kinda rudely.
Jessie and Ben brought in some groceries. I figured that must have been why they took so long.
"So where'd you guys go?" I asked.
"We had to get some food, then Jackie and Kyle wanted to get some toys so I figured we'd go
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Chapter 8: Seperation
Leocyn stopped at the Cave of his new hiding place. It was farther away from the destroyed town than the first. Walking into the cave, he Purged his storage stomach. The bulge rising to his throat, then to his mouth, until he lowered his head and spat Derrek out.
Derrek gasped for breath. He was soaked in preservative juices and saliva. Getting to his feet, he flicked hs hands to try to get rid of the goo. "I think I just became claustrophobic." Derrek turned to Leocyn and scowled. "What in the world was that for? That Dragon killed my father and you have a conversation with it. Then you eat me! And what was this about the Slayers? It don't give a damn what that is, now that my dads dead! Yet, you eat me and-"
"Your lucky I decided to spare you!" Leocyn shot back. Derrek backed up and lowered his gaze. "Now, tell me everything you know about your father and the 'Slayers'."
Derrek looked back up at leocyn, confused. Leocyn just
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Chapter 5: Realisation
Derrek woke with a start. Sitting up, he took in his suroundings. He was in one of the clenic rooms. He saw the glass door and window that lead into the hall. He then began to feel a numb feeling in his chest and scratches on his face and arms.
Just as he was about to lay back down, one of the clenic nurses came in. behind her was Derrek's Parents. they came up and hugged him, careful of his bandages.
After a long moment, Derrek asked, "What happened?"
"The town police were about to go on a search party for you, but when they reached the edge of town, you were lying on the ground unconscious. You had two broken ribs and a broken leg. You will be using a cast for a few weeks until that heals. What I want to know is how you ended up so hurt?" His mom asked, relief in her voice.
"I... I was chased by Pete into the woods. I found myself falling down a cliff and breaking my leg on a rock. After that I... I looked for a way up the cliff and man
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Xanver (c) ShadrelPendragon
"Is the Syrym ready?" Came a man's voice from behind a two way mirror. he wore a lab coat, black jeans, and black glasses. His blond hair was short and straight.
"It is tested and ready, sir." Came another voice from the side of the other. He wore the same outfit and was controlling a complex computer system.
"Good, good. It seems our guest has woken. Release the gas." The man standing said. The other man nodded and pressed the red button on the keyboard.
The man inside the air-tight room roused. He Wore a black jacket and blue pants, A red under shirt, and a chain hooked on the side of his Jeans. On his feet were black shoes with flames on the side. He had a Diamond stud Earing on the right ear. His short untidy black hair was soaked with sweat. he was average height for a man. There was a communication collar still arround his neck. "Hey, where am I?" He slowly got up to his feet, "I demand you let me go! This is
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Shadrel Drian ran as quickly as he could through the dense forest. the loud yells from the Enemy Soldiers were ever present, chasing after him. Shadrel felt the wind of several arrows wip past his cheeks, legs, and shoulders. A few hit the tree in front of him, an inch or two away from his face. He had to escape the soldiers as fast as possible, but where could he go? He ran for what felt like an hour. His legs were becoming stiff and his chest begged for oxygen with stabbing pains. Adrenaline was the only thing keeping him going.
Suddenly, He felt an agonizing stab in his shoulder. Turning, he saw that one of the arrows had made it's mark. The soldiers were close enough now to get a good shot. Shadrel clasped his free hand to his shoulder. Adrenaline spiked, he criss crossed tree after tree and crouched to make a harder target. Aother arrow his it's mark, this time hitting him in the hip. The impact nearly knocked him to the ground. If that h
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Prologue Part 1: The Dream and its catcher.
Rain dwindled over the village of the Sapaake. The night was young, but no light came from the stars or the crescent moon. The rain showered the forest to lay it at rest as the inhabitants took shelter. The village was a permanent settlement. Wood homes and fertile fields of corn e made the village a success, as well as good hunting in the woods. The passing of the storm gave no sleep for the young Sapaake boy on his bed. He tossed and turned, not able to sleep.
After a while, his father, one of the elders of the village came in. "Son, are nightmares troubling you?" he asked, already knowing the answer as the young boy nodded groggily. Then father smiled warmly and said, "Then let us make you something special."
Father walked back to the center room of the hut, where the fire was burning in a circle of stones. Around it were finely woven ropes, a thick chunk of wood cleaned of bark, feathers and beads of several colors
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Chapter 7: Choices
"Dad!" Derrek called, running toward him. Time seemed to slow down. He fealt so far away, so helpless to see what was about to happen to his dad. He couldn't believe that his entire home was destroyed. He couldn't believe that his entire life was going to change.
Derreks dad leaned against the broken wall with his hand, a small gun in the other. Suddenly, the thuds from behind him stopped abruptly. Then, Derrek saw him stand up straight, and his eyes focus. He stared at Derrek for a long moment, silent. With the last of his breath, he called out, "Run!"
The beast from inside the school charged out of the hole, and bit down its jagged teeth around the man's body, a loud cracking sound was heard. The dragon raised its head and swallowed. The gun fell to the ground, his dad's hand still gripping it. The beast then soured into the air, rising higher and higher into the air, and began to circle around the school.
Rage began to fill Derrek.
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Gruffen rested his head on the his white furred claws. He was waiting patiently by a small, snow covered rabbit hole. He sat there for hours, when finally the rabbit stuck it's head out. Gruffen stood very still, blending into the snow. His Gold eyes narrowing to show little of them. The rabbit catiously walked forward. When it reach a good distance away from the hole, Gruffen pounced, killing it with one bite. Picking it up, and manuvered the rabbit under his tongue to hold it for his hatchlings. Getting up, he began to walk toward his den, a cave not far from there. He didn't get far as a human boy that looked to be around twelve years of age came stumbling out of a few trees. The dead animal skin around him was covered in blood. Gruffen hid behind a tree, blending in to his suroundings. He passed the village of humans many times, but never saw one venture out this far into his territory. The humans Usually left him and his family alone.
The human fell to his
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Chapter 6: The verge of Tears
Days past after searching for a new hiding place for Leocyn. Within the second week, Derrek was finally capable of taking off his cast at last. There was still no sign of Pete, though Derrek now knew exactly why he was, and forever will be, missing.
Derrek met Leocyn on the outskirts of town. As derrek walked down a small path in the woods, Leocyn remained silent. Finally, Derrek asked, "Whats on your mind?"
Leocyn sighed. He was allready much larger than a race horse and was still growing. "Nothing, Just wondering about something."
"Is it about the town?"
"No, I was wondering, if you knew something about what happened to my parents. You said you only found me alone in these woods. Was there something else?" Leocyn turned his head to Derrek. Derrek lowered his head in thought. "There was... one thing I found out after finding you."
"Really? What?" Leocyn asked, stopping.
Derrek stopped as well and turned to Leocyn. "The s
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Chapter 4: Death can happen in a heartbeat
Derrek darted between houses to evade his chasers. He was in the center of the town and it would take a little while to reach the trees, just enough time for the three creeps to surround him. He passed house after house. Twice he had to turn the other direction to avoid one of Pete's followers. He hadn't worry about pete, He was always following behind somewhere to keep Derrek from doubling back.
After what felt like forever, Derrek managed to reach the edge of town. Instead of heading upward into the mountains, though, he found himself on the lower part of town. Looking back for a second, he saw the three of them side by side running toward him. Looking back forward, he darted into the trees. The Slope of the land was steep and Derrek found it hard to keep his footing. yet the sounds of the three behind him was enough to keep him going.
Their yelling and calls grew louder and Derrek knew he was losing ground ahead of t
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Chapter 1- The Stone
Derrek woke early in the morning. He had no reason to, he just could not stay asleep any longer. Getting out of bed, he headed for the bathroom. turning on the sink, he splashed some on his face and combed his nappy brown hair until it was untangled. Rubbing the sleep from his hazel eyes, he walked downstairs. There was no one else in the house. His parents were out and wouldn't be back for hours due to work. No matter, he was old enough to be home alone anyway, being sixteen.
For lack of anything to do, Derrek desided to leave the house for a walk. Their house lived in a small town and not many houses were arround. It was a small town, roughly fourty homes and a number of stores. It even had its own small school, Police station, Fire department, and clenic. There was no need of a park since the entire city was surrounded by a forest and mountains, but the school offered public roam of its Field for soccer, basketball on the side court, and a picnic ar
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A door slid open and two men walked out from a hallway and into a darkly lit room, dragging two teenagers behind them. The teenagers were unconscious, their feet dragging behind them and their heads lulling from side to side.
The room the group entered looked like a lab of some kind. Before them there was steps leading down into the lower quarters of the lab at both sides. On the top floor facing the door, a big control panel lay, which seemed to control the entire room. It had a tall glass window in front of the panel, blackness coming from behind it.
The shorter man from the pair walked up to the panel and pushed a button on it. The door that the four of them just came through shut immediately. Next, the man pushed a few more buttons and the lights came on, highlighting what lay behind the window. The lower quarters that had once been just darkness, now had long slab-looking tables and different devices beside them, one monitor on each side for each ta
Story: Gift of DragonThe night sky was still and pitch black. Soggy grey clouds blocked out the night sky, casting the earth below into perpetual darkness. Not even the streetlamps dotting the highway could abate the consuming black.Story: Gift of Dragon in Stories & Vignettes More Like This
Alex shoved his hands deeper into his pockets and kept walking, head lowered and only staring at the asphalt beneath his feet. He was supposed to be home by now, but of course his car just had to break down in the middle of nowhere. Now he had to walk to the nearest gas station for a phone, wherever that may be. He clutched his jacket closer around his body. The wind was sharp and biting, and it certainly wasn't helping Alex's mood. The gusts howled between the tree branches, and at times it sounded so animal-like Alex had to stop and wonder if it wasn't the trees, but an actual creature lurking in the forests. Alex shrugged it off and kept going. He was getting the heebie-jeebies all over.
A loud snap caught his attention, and before Alex could even turn, something very large
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It is said that time seems to pass by faster every year you grow older. If this is the case, how fast do you think time has passed by for me, a near-one-hundred year old dragon?
However, I was not born a dragon. I was born human, to a beautiful mother of curled chestnut hair and a father of strong Nordic features, built of muscle like stone. Unfortunately, our family situation was quite unconventional; my mother was a street woman that sold her body, and my father was supposedly a soldier. I never would have known this if I had not have met the darkest time in my life, caused by an even darker force.
I had just finished delivering newspapers on an early Monday morning, and continued my usual routine by riding my bicycle to the park to eat my breakfast and enjoy the sunrise. As I sat on the grassy knolls, watching the sky lighten, I began to see the birds pecking at the ground for food. Today I did not have any bread in my sack that I would be willing to share with the
Story: The Thunder DrumWesley was a young yeoman living on a trawler about the hallowed sea, working to pay for college with other grieved men. With the other 12 men that lived on the boat, Wesley was the most sensitive, he liked to write poetry about the clouds and how he wished he was a bird of some sort that could soar through them. Most of his peers weren't very kind and insulted Wesley any chance they got; they'd say things like: "Day dreaming about the water bags above us again ay Wes?" or "Oh boy sky boy is having another break down!" Wesley was very troubled by these mean words, but he eventually could see past them and understand that he was just as confused as his attackers in this crazy world. Wesley was kind and generous, but it was hard to see considering he couldn't express it much his "friends" who were more rough and businesslike than he. However in this coming day Wesley was going to change dramatically in both spirit and mind, and bodyStory: The Thunder Drum in Flash Fiction & Vignettes More Like This
It was a very rough afternoon on deck
Dragon AXE - Dragon TFGoing to the store and buying stuff for the house is always a chore, no doubts about it. It's always boring to just walk past those countless shelves, finding at least 30 products that do the exact same things. It was like this with everything...especially with soap, or shampoo. There was simply too much to choose from, and most of the time it was just better to choose pick the cheapest one, or even better, just take a random one all together, to save time.Dragon AXE - Dragon TF in Fantasy More Like This
Peter was just like anyone else: don't care who produced something, as long as he buys it. That's why that day, as usual, he just walked past every shelf, just randomly throwing something in his basket, not really giving a damn about the price most of the times. He still doesn't know why when he passed the soap and shampoo shelf, he had to stop and look. Something had caught his attention: a bright red AXE bottle.
"Hrm..." He muttered as he picked the bottle up from the shelf to take a look at it. "Wonder what this one is, looks lik
White Flame, Burning Rain - TFGasping for breath, a massive, feathered and furred beast pounded down the hillside, struggling to keep its aching, massive wings from dragging along the ground. It's large tail, normally glowing bright orange from its inner heat, barely let off smoke in the rain. "Foolish, stupid little.... I never ought to have tried to fight him in the rain. Ahh... I can't lose... Not after so long." It turned its muzzled head, glancing over it's shoulder to see if it had lost it pursuer. "Tch! I can still smell him... He'll find me soon... Have to find help..."White Flame, Burning Rain - TF in Short Stories More Like This
Not too far from where the beast was flying, a pair of humans were trying to make their way home, trying to avoid the pouring rain. They were moving in and out of the archways of buildings, attempting to keep as dry as possible.
"Oh man, this rain came out of nowhere!" Peter, one of the duo commented to his friend, Dsarvess. The two had been out doing a bit of late night food shopping when the heavens suddenly opened up on them.
Draconic Embrace- Charizard TFIt was a quiet, peaceful night as Peter, a Pokémon trainer, was sitting back against the side of his house, looking up quietly at the stars. He let out a soft sigh of content as he gazed up at the night sky - after spending so long travelling it was good to take a break every once in a while, and he was pretty sure his Pokémon agreed with him there.Draconic Embrace- Charizard TF in Short Stories More Like This
"Perhaps I should call one of them out." He wondered aloud, standing up as he went into his house to check on his team.
He quickly scanned over his Pokéballs, considering which one he ought to take with him outside. Clearly not Espeon; they weren't night loving creatures. Aerodactyl was worn out from the flight back home, so he thought that it was probably already asleep. Gabite and Luxray were possibilities, but they'd spent a lot of time wandering the forests earlier. He considered the final two, but decided that Nidoking could wait until later. Charizard rarely got a chance to just come out and relax, and it had definitely
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Dragonia, a world where dragons live side by side with humankind. It was a strange, beautiful place, full of life. (Actually, it was a lot like our own world. Except with dragons who don't think humans taste good with ketchup.)
At first, dragons were giant, monstrous beasts (who could have either fur or scales) who despised humans. However, when one human managed to befriend a dragon, the dragon species changed, becoming more humanlike in mannerism and size, until it was common for dragons to live with and love humans. The romance between human and dragon produced a bizarre sort of offspring: dragons that stood on two legs instead of four, and had human features. They were known as anthro dragons, from the word "anthropomorphic", meaning human-like.
One decade ago, a certain anthro dragon with black fur believed that humans were bad- that they had poisoned dragons into becoming weaklings. He began to att
First Contact part 1If you could describe Humanity in a single word, that word would be war. Wars have been fought since the dawn of the Human race. It molds us, makes us rethink, innovates us, and breaks us down while at the same time, it builds us up. It is in war that Humanity became united, and with this unexpected unification, mankind faced the greatest challenge of our entire existence.First Contact part 1 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Year 2089: Drought and famine swept across the States, Europe, Russia and Asia. Fields burned, crops wouldn’t grow, and many people began to starve. In response to the reduction of resources, the world’s powers panicked, escalating in all out war for the planet’s last bits of healthy farming land. The cost of the war was immense. Oil foundries severely depleted the black gold reserves, and the military campaigns caused havoc and destruction on a Biblical scale.
With nuclear warfare seeming to become immanent, the U.N. came together and called for the world’s leaders to convene on groun
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Blood pooled out of the bodies as if the earth itself was thirsty for a drink. The battle was far from over, swords were clashing bringing the sound of thunder with each metallic hit. Arrows soared through the evening sky finding their marks on living flesh. Knights on horse charged against dark hooded figures riding on giant spiders, clashing and spilling purple and red blood all over the ground. Oh gods the spiders, they seemed innumerable, jumping over our defense lines and digging their fangs and spear tipped legs into anything that moved.
Infantry in the thousands clashed on a vast field hacking and slashing at any body part that wasn't covered in plate armor. I parried and slashed with my hand and a half sword; blocking the black swords that came in my direction. My plate mail was battered and my shield was splintered. I was covered in the remains of my friends and the muck of my surroundings, hearing the constant screams of agony of the man next to me.
The White Company: PrologueThe natural luminescence of the two moons watched the congregation of rebels as they soundlessly traversed the rocky floor of Grayhaven's north wall. The steep slope to their right staggered them with uneven footing, attempting to put a damper on their advance. Grayhaven was a towering structure of a high outer wall system and keep that spanned the northern ramparts. To make matters worse, it sat idly on a mountainous crag. It got its name from the gray stone that was quarried from the northern mountains. Once home to the vast drider, Dominion armies flushed them out like pests and assumed control over the mines many years ago, swelling their already expansive markets with fresh resources.The White Company: Prologue in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Bomond lead his group along the high crags, ceaselessly hugging the wall to refrain from meeting a pulpy end down the mountain slope. Living in the post-Purge era, Bomond was the Company's only able bodied mage. He used the inner magic that hummed wi
The Dragon of Ald-EnurnThe city of Pinewall was needless to say, a bustling one. Crowds of cheerful people went about their day talking to close friends, shopping, and working. Merchants in their stalls shouted their wares to nearby patrons, flaunting valuable artifacts of supposed high quality where they had to endure many dangers to retrieve.The Dragon of Ald-Enurn in Short Stories More Like This
Children ran about the cobblestone streets without a care in the world. They spent the day on imaginary adventures and becoming heroes in their own realm of fantasy. To protect the flawless gemstone that was Pinewall, chain mail armored guards patrolled the ramparts of the city. Keeping vigil on the surrounding lands and ready to repel off any aggressors.
Among the every day rush and chaos of city life, the clanking sounds of hammer on anvil could be heard near the market square. Even with the noise of the crowds drowning out his work, Rhik, continued the delicate craft of smithing. A young man of only twenty years, Rhik was a blacksmith ever since his recently deceas
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Along the northern borders of the Kingdom of Kedarev there lied a small hunting village named Oldcliff. Oldcliff was a remote village that bordered the Hamren Mountains in northern Kedarev. Even though they were a hunting village Oldcliff had a local militia that was trained and armed. They needed a militia because of the increasing threats from the wild men further north.
One of the two hundred occupants of this village was a young eleven year old girl named Ailwin. She had brown hair and brown eyes and was very energetic. She spent most of her time running around the village playing games with the other kids while her father Kendahan lead hunting expeditions and trained the militia. Her mother Tabeth was a cook at the local inn, who also taught Ailwin how to read and write when she wasn't working.
It was a sunny, summer afternoon and Ailwin was out playing with the other kids. Her mother who just finished her shift at the inn was walking home and spotted Ailwin in
A Friend in Need part 1The majestic scaled creature opened her eyes to take in the invigorating light of the morning sun. The sun's rays radiated warmth throughout her entire body; her crimson red scales gleamed in the morning light. She extended her titanic frame to stretch out her cramped muscles from her nightly slumber. Once the drowsiness subsided she walked to the edge of her cave to bask in the morning breeze. Her cave was several hundred feet above ground; safe from any pesky ground predator that would dare to challenge her.A Friend in Need part 1 in Short Stories More Like This
She loved the scent of the forest, the grass, leaves, animals, clear mountain water, and the cool breeze. Observing the forest canopy below she felt an aura of dominance overtake her, she was the lord of the skies, she was a Wyvern. Extending her crimson, leathery wings she jumped from her cave and took flight. Quickly gaining altitude she soared through the morning sky. The algid mountain air refreshed her scales, causing a happy growl to emanate from deep within her throat.
The Dracophobe- Dragon TF16 year-old Johnny was at his desk in his final period class, the bell five minutes from ringing. He was the spitting image of a popular tenth-grade teen: Cool, bored with life, stuck up. He looked to his right and saw Mary, a girl whom he had a crush on. She was absorbed in a drawing in her lap, paying absolutely no attention to the teacher. Johnny decided to take a peek, and he was horrified at what he saw: She was drawing a dragon. It was beautiful; really, the dramatic vantage point, the exquisite shading, the details picture perfect, but Johnny HATED all lizards with a vengeance, especially dragons. He was afraid of the way lizards walked, their beady little slit pupils, their disgusting, forked tongues, everything. "W-what is that?" he asked Mary.The Dracophobe- Dragon TF in Short Stories More Like This
"It's a dragon," She said, tilting it in his direction so he could cringe at it in high-def horror. "You like it?" She asked with a smile.
"It's disgusting, get it away!" He said, averting his eyes. Even pictures of lizards frightened h
Into the Gray Area pt1My head swam as I slowly opened my eyes.Into the Gray Area pt1 in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"Ughhhh " I moaned out. I looked up, my vision fuzzy. My mind swam as I tried to remember the events that had just taken place. I brought my hand up, seeing the familiar green scales. So, I was still a dragon. I remembered, BioTek. Went to the plaza, 'showed the truth', freakin' World War Three starts, and I get shot. I looked down, seeing the white sheets. I was also dressed in a little white apron, and with a little bit of feeling, I knew that it was a hospital bed, uncomfortable and scratchy. Even more uncomfortable was this little, plastic tube I saw inserted down my throat. I gagged a bit, before taking it, and my insides practically crawled as I pulled the tube out, at least two feet of clear plastic filled with brown goop, which was presumably protein compounds, right out of my stomach. I coughed, before I pulled the sheets off a bit, looking down to see my stomach, which was covered in a large bandage, wrapped around my torso. There