Keroro, "Either Way" chap 4Giroro didn’t realize he’d nodded off himself until a ray of sunlight streaming through the small window woke him up.More Like This
To silence the voice inside his head that insisted that Garuru had died in his sleep from the brain damage he’d caused he moved closer to his brother to make sure he was still breathing.
The slow rise and fall of Garuru’s chest made Giroro breathe a sigh of relief. In fact, though he was no doctor, it seemed to him that his brother’s breathing was far less strained that it had been before. Not only that, but there were now no signs of the fever he’d still been affected by when he first regained consciousness. Pururu would be pleased at Garuru’s recovery rate.
It was then that Giroro heard the scraping against the door and he was just about to get up an investigate when someone opened the door from the outside. Before he had time to react Giroro found himself with an armful of elated and also very dirty feline licking his face.
Keroro, "Either Way" chap 1When Garuru opened his eyes and found the vision in his left eye cracked he panicked for a second, before he realized that it was simply his visor that was broken.More Like This
He blinked a few times to get rid of the disoriented feeling that was flooding his body. Last time he’d been conscious he’d been on their ship trying to prevent it turning into a ball of flame entering Pekopon’s atmosphere. He did have vague, fuzzy memories of being carried...somewhere, but it seemed more like a dream than anything else.
He found himself in a plain wooden room from the looks of it. He was lying on a mattress on the floor with a blanket covering him. Nearby a lamp or some other source of light was throwing shadows across the otherwise dark room. A basin of water had been placed just to the right of his head and a lone washcloth was floating around in it.
“Hey”, a voice came from his left and he turned his head in that direction. Slowly now, moving too fast made his head spin. Eve