AoH: Hope for the Future Chapter 4“Run! Run!” yelled the small earth dragoness named Aveilen with tears streaming down her face. The other two other dragons did not argue, but in actuality, they were all tired of running. It seemed like they have done nothing but run for the last several weeks. And here they were, running for their lives again. The sky was darkening, and by the looks of it, they might have to run on through the night. However, they all knew that they could only run so long. It made Aveilen wonder when the roles would be turned around and she could kick life’s ass for a change. She would make sure she gave it enough of one to make up for all three of their hardships.More Like This
Behind them, the young dragons could hear the excited howl of werewolves on the trail for blood.To the ice dragoness it appeared that every howl sounded closer and several times she was sure that a werewolf would jump out from one of the shadowy trees next to her, grab her by the neck, and tear her in half. To give her a s
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Simon did not know how long he had been running—an hour or two maybe—before he came across a cave that he could hide in and heal the dragons. The trees had colossal leaves, which were the size of the dragons themselves, and easily hid the entrance of the cave. Simon was drained from the run and realized that he had not slept in almost an entire day. The energy that he had felt from the blue mist was nearly gone. The werewolf gently laid the dragons down and was glad to see that the loss of blood had not killed the fire dragon. Immediately, the werewolf removed their armor, along with the ice dragon’s scholar harness, and began to heal the fire dragon’s wounds. The fire dragon’s pulse was slow, and he would not have lasted another hour. The blue energy wasn’t as strong in the cave, but Simon still had a small surplus of extra energy from the castle. He concentrated on the more severe wounds on the fire dragon. The healing did not take
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The day the world turned upside down
There's been much debate for centuries about the existence of dragons, but despite the ancient legends from almost every country in the world, some people, in fact, most people still don't accept their existence, but no matter, they will in time, but that is a story for a later date. Our story begins a few years back, in 2001 to be exact.
Crystal had just begun kindergarten at her new school. She was a bit younger than most of her class mates, turning five in June, where most were turning six. Besides this, she was like most children. For a week, she was excited to go to 'big school', but the excitement soon turned to boredom. She had blackish-brown hair that was slightly wavy, and brown eyes. She was covered in freckles and was a good height and weight for her age. Like most kids, she had endless energy.
That day, however, would change her and her family's lives forever, but she just didn't know it yet. That morning, her mum
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Flames of every colour erupted from all over village and surrounding land. Roars of pain and victory echoed through the air.
The village of Laranor and the castle were under attack. Dragons, humans, griffins, phoenixes, elves, serpents and any creature you could name were fighting to the death to protect it from their foe, the darkest of all creatures, the Shadow Dragons. Today was just one battle in a war that had raged on for several thousands of years, neither side ever having the upper hand, but if the Shadow Dragons won this battle today, if they took the castle, it would all be over. For this castle was the kingdom's capital. If they seized control here, they would win the war. But that would not happen. Star would not allow it.
She soared low over her enemy's heads, letting out an explosion of purple fire that turned them into ash in less than a second. She was the only one who could keep them away. The army of Laranor could only do so much, but it was Star who de
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Return of a Legend
A white orb appeared in the front yard. Violet stepped through it first, then Crystal and Shadow, carrying a tall orange dragon on their shoulders. They gently laid him down in the dew covered grass, on his back. The orb disappeared.
Crystal looked down at him. He looked somewhat different than he did when they had seen him before. His colours were vibrant and stood out against one another. He was not as healthy as he had appeared before, but still no where near as bad as Shadow had been. He was a reasonable weight for a dragon his size, if a little light. He was obviously quite elderly. The lines on his face showed that. He had spectacular patterns. He was vibrant orange with cream coloured stipes, lined with black on their edges. His underbelly was a similar colour to the cream colour in his stripes. On his forehead, connecting to his stipes that ran down his body was a diamond. Two stipes on either side sat under it, and one on each side above it.