TF Machina: PreludeIn the year 2040, the human race had known the beginning of a new technological era. Thanks to new sophisticated machines, annihilate the most lethal diseases and healing the most terrible wounds became as easy as opening a soda can.TF Machina: Prelude in Fantasy More Like This
Among those, there was a machine that caught everyones attention when it was first showed to the public. It was an enormous chamber, big enough to contain more than 20 people at once. By linking a computer to the machine, and downloading data into it something extraordinary could be done.
Transforming a creature into another creature.
When people first heard that, they laughed at the scientist who invented that thing. They were all saying. There is no way in hell that could work
But those scientists were not joking they were serious, and they wanted to show those idiots what they were really capable of. So one of them stepped into the machine, and let the others activate it.
That man slowly transformed into a huge red drago
The Silver FeatherThe young nine years old Simon was having a very bad day. As soon as he woke up, his older brother James started yelling at him, because...well, he's an older brother. After the sudden awakening, a terrible breakfast because of over cocked eggs, he managed to get to school. There, he had to stand five several hours with the most annoying teacher in existent. And not only that...his classmates were also annoying him as well.The Silver Feather in Scraps More Like This
So...he was having a bad day...but things were going to change...very shortly. It all started when Simon, while walking home, noticed a small object laying in the middle of the road. His mother always told him not to pick up objects that were randomly laying on the ground...but, well...Simon was nine, and since when little kids do listen to their parents?
So, he picked up the object...a odd looking silver feather. Do you remember the Game Boy game Pokemon Silver? Well, there was an object in that game called The Silver Wing, which was supposed to reveal