Makorra Week 2014: KissA/N: Alternate ending to book 4More Like This
She turned away from the pier and saw him walking towards her. She tried to step away from the reception, get a little quiet.
"Hey,", she said back. "Shouldn’t you be dancing?"
"You know I’m not much of a dancer,", he laughed.
She giggled a bit in return as she looked down at their feet.
"Do you wanna sit?", she asked, gesturing to the steps in front of them.
As Korra sat on the cold stone, resting her elbows on her knees, Mako tried to balance himself as he sat down. It wasn’t an easy task with just one arm.
"You ok there?", she said, a little amused.
"I’ve been through worse.", he responded. Oh she knew he did.
As he settled on the concrete their gazes went to the golden glowing arena across the bay.
"Beautiful isn’t it?", Mako said, breaking the silence.
"Breathtaking,", Korra sighed.
"Bolin thought it was a palace when he was a kid.", he explained. "I guess it kinda turned out that way in the end."
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Chapter One The Dragon Cave
Hiccup scrawled another note in his sketchbook, and then sighed. Counting dragon eggs may be the only down side to having the best pets, Hiccup mused to himself as he counted a grouping of Gronckle eggs. He knew better than to get too close. Water dripped off the dank walls of the cave where the Green Death as the Vikings had taken to calling it and the other dragons had lived, served and nested. Now that the dragons were housed and fed with the Vikings on Berk the only real purpose the cave served was for laying eggs and rearing young.
Hiccup, who was fit and healthy, but equivalent to a talking fishbone in the physical aspects, enjoyed learning about dragons. Although, he found that his joy of knowledge and understanding of his friends only went so far. The mind numbing boredom that found its way into his skull as he counted the eggs was infuriating. But the task, while mundane, was extremely important to the l