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Fate of the Tsubasa - Chapter 2Fate of the Tsubasa - Chapter 2 in General Fiction
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"Kal, you made it back!"
Kamo was stood in his usual place outside the Tao Troop ship, and he noticed her as soon as she arrived, landing lightly on the platform and folding her wings neatly beside her. "'Course I made it back. I'm not defenceless, you know."
"The captain said you'd be okay," he continued, unaware of her comment. "And I guess he was right! Didn't you get trapped by one of the curses?"
"Yeah," Kal shrugged. "Orochi's return and all that
" her eyes drifted over to the door.
"Oh! If you're looking for the captain, he's out on a mission right now."
"Mission?" she blinked. Great. Still hadn't found him.
"I don't know when he'll be back. He left a few days ago. Me and Abe are left guarding the place for now."
Kal cringed. Abe was the newest member of the Tao Troopers, and still a novice. He didn't seem to have yet realised that she could understand what he was saying, no matter how much she reacted to his words. And the worst part was, he often spoke to her in soppy pet
Fate of the Tsubasa - Chapter 9Fate of the Tsubasa - Chapter 9 in General Fiction
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The moment Kal landed back outside the tree stump that housed Ponc'tan, she was back to normal size again so quickly she barely noticed. There was no sign of Issun or Amaterasu, so they must have already left. And she had a feeling she knew where they'd be going
From here she could see the path that she'd come from to get to the clearing, but there was another one veering off to the left. The Spirit Gate must be that way. So that was where she was heading.
As she got closer to the path back into the forest she could sense the aura, even stronger than before. Kal hated this forest. Danger everywhere you turned, trees that were alive
still, if she wanted to get to this gate, there was no choice but to go through. No pain, no gain.
"Here we go," she muttered, taking a deep breath before heading back into the midst of trees and snow.
Snow swirled around quietly, and Kal made a five metre detour around every tree she passed just incase it threw something at her. This place was s