Blood and Poison, Part 1 Skyscrapers, city lights, the constant smell of methane cities had a way of always being awake beyond the Wildlands. Even at the darkest hour of the night, there was at least one building alight, illuminating the area with the streetlights. The moon becomes insignificant, and people are more focused on their television or computer to bother to watch it.Blood and Poison, Part 1 in Short Stories More Like This
The Wildlands itself was a lot different. Forests, bushes, the constant smell of rain due to the recent, mild storm . The Wildlands had a way of relaxing even the busiest dragon. At night, the forest's treetops obscured the moon to the point where visibility was close to zero. Normally, someone who wanted to go out into the forest at night would need someone with the Light Element as wellsomeone who can act as a walking flashlight.
Young dragons didn't have enough power to do something like that. The average Light Elementalist woul
Brittle Dragon, Part 1 of 3 They say that Errunt High School lived up to its name, containing students from, statistically, the poorest and most pitiful demographic of the city. It had the most famous reputation for having test scores at the absolute-borderline minimum, giving many people the thought that the 'Err' in the name was more than just a syllable.Brittle Dragon, Part 1 of 3 in Short Stories More Like This
The city of Jemenit was itself known for a very pronounced divide between the upper and lower class. One would find patches of lovely white-polished buildings on one block, and gray, decrepit, moldy ones in the next. The Mayor has been, genuinely, putting efforts to fix this divide, but until then Errunt High School and its district will remain in one of the lowest of the low class.
But a bad economy didn't imply bad people. Despite their horrid conditions, most of the kids and teachers at Errunt High School were quite friendly. It might have been because they had to; any