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Chapter Two: Sebastian in Warfang
[The next day, Spyro, his life-mate Cynder, and Sebastian spent time together inside the pavilion while in conversation. Although Sebastian was at first anxious about talking about himself, Cynder gently convinced him on account that it would greatly help her and Spyro understand him better. From there, Sebastian spent countless hours descriptively telling the lovely dragon couple about his life in Atlantica, friends from his dimension (even though he already indicated that Ariel is one of them), the many marvelous adventures they had together, his loyal service to King Triton, that he has always lived under the ocean water most of his life, etc. There were some moments during that amount time that both Spyro and Cynder laughed at some of the things which were humorous in Sebastian's narrative. Yet, Spyro and Cynder also sometimes reacted to some of the things that were dolor in Sebastian's narration wi
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[Flashback ends, and the scene returns to the Dragon Temple, as Sebastian continues narrating with what sequentially occurred.]
SEBASTIAN: (sobs) And that was the last time I heard Ariel's voice, as I was pulled into the depth of the trench below, where I soon passed out. It was a long time before I reawakened, finding myself falling thousands of feet from above, and well, you probably can guess what happened after that.
SPARX: (mentally) Well, wasn't it that obvious?!
[From this point, Sebastian begins verbally expressing his thoughts aloud, to which everybody, except Sparx recognizes. And in the process, he begins to sound more seriously emotional then he has ever been in his life, to the point of sobbing.]
SEBASTIAN: But de worst ding about it is dat, although I'm alive, I'm now more confused as to how and why I even survived back there in the first place. Which unfortunately leads only to more questions instead of answers,
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Chapter 1 Sebastian's Arrival
[Location: Valley of Alavar]
[It was late in the afternoon as both Spyro and Cynder, their tails curled and intertwined around each other, were resting next to each other on a hill top and basking in the refreshing spring warmth. Not too far from them, Sparx, hovering above at 500 feet, was gazing at the clouds high above him. Many peaceful and tranquil sounds were heard throughout the Valley: birds singing, the flowing of the nearby river, and some occasional chattering from squirrels close by. Spyro then woke up and lifted his head and neck, simultaneously yawning in the process. Then he stood up, stretching out his aching body for a brief moment. He then smiled joyfully as he then looked down upon Cynder, whose black scales and silver bracelets glistened beautifully in the early spring sunlight. He silently continued marveling at her beauty for a moment before he p
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I am the earth and the sand and the stone.
I am the water and the lakes and the seas.
I am the fire and the heat that burn.
I am the ice and the cold and the snow.
I am the lightning and the thunder that shock.
I am the life of the plants and the trees.
I am the life of the creatures and the beasts.
I am the spirit and the thoughts and the feelings.
I am the light that shines and reveals.
I am the darkness that hides and conceals.
I am the aether that flows through the universe.
I am the time and the space that bind reality.
We are the lords of these realms.
We are the elements that govern these lands.
We guard this universe against terrors incredible.
We are the guardians of the elements
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The Legend of Spyro: Visit from Under the Sea
Much has occurred throughout the one-and-a-half years since Spyro and Cynder have defeated Malefor and saved their planet from his terrible wrath. During that duration of time, both their bodies gradually grew in size to where they were three quarters of Hunter's height. In addition, Spyro and Cynder's relationship grew in ways they never imagined. Spyro eventually confessed his love for Cynder, just as she did in the previous two weeks in which they defeated Malefor, which thus began an intimately and consummately amorous and affectionate relationship between the two dragons (one that would last for the rest of their joyous lives). Then over the next four-five months Spyro and Cynder's relationship eventually blossomed to the point where they both became life mates.
It was also during this period of eighteen months that Chief Prowlus, Hunter and the other cheetahs in his tribe ga
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Age of Heroes side-story: Birth of Zealous
SYNOPSIS: It has been five years since Spyro, Cynder, Sparx and the other guardians defeated Malefor and his wretched servant Liun. Since then, all the dragons and other allying races have been gradually rebuilding Warfang and the Dragon Temple from the cataclysmic damage caused by that climatic battle. By this point, construction and restorations of both the city and temple are halfway complete. In addition, all the draconic protagonists have considerably grown to their full adult sizes, thus properly maturing to an age where they now capable of laying eggs.
Within the suburbs of Warfang, Sparx is impatiently hovering outside the entrance of a large pavilion with Flash (his dad), Hunter, Exile, Vera, and Wraith, the dragon elder of darkness, waiting alongside him. For it had only been some thirty-five minutes before when they along with Spyro, Cynder, Singe and Plax arrived.
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Monday, January 18th, 2010, Port of Prince, Haiti
[9:33 a.m., the capital city of Haiti]
"Come on, hurry! We've got to rescue those trapped underneath this rubble before their oxygen supply runs out!" Shouted Ratchet as he, Terrador, and Ironhide held up an immense slab of a concrete wall. Spyro, Cynder, Sparx, and U.S. reserve troops entered the darkness of the collapsed building to search for any trapped survivors.
The human soldiers turned on their search lights, implanted on their helmets. Sparx's glow also provided light needed to see.
"Stay close," warned the beauteous black dragoness. "For one of you can get lost down here." As they progressed, a shout in Haitian language is heard in the darkness.
"It's coming from other there," Spyro exclaimed, using his acute hearing. "Come on!"
"Right behind ya!" called Sparx. They eventually found someone buried underneath a slab of concrete, still crying for help.&