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Tala wasn’t sure what noise had woken her, but it swept every drop of drowsiness from her body. She lay still and tried to keep her breathing level. A scratching sound came from the front door, like someone was trying to pick the lock. Tala sat up, thinking for one blessed moment that Hartley had come home. Then she remembered that Hartley had a key.
Sliding silently out of bed, Tala drew the covers back up over her pillow, then retrieved her gun from the bedside drawer. She only had silver bullets loaded, and hoped that whatever had decided to enter her home had a werewolf-worthy aversion to the metal. Moving to the bedroom door, Tala leaned against the wall as the front door to the small apartment opened. She tugged on the drawstring next to her door, and a cloth -- rolled into the frame -- dropped down, dumping a line of salt onto the floor across the doorway.
Tala waited for the sound of her
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The couple woke up after a couple of hours of sleep. Shooter was on his back, and Lenes was on his underbelly, feeling the warmth of his body. He said "Princess, wake up. It's time to go."
"She opened her eyes slowly saying "OK, my hero."
They stood up, stretched, and went to the waterfall. While they were washing their faces and drinking, Lenes pushed Shooter by surprise into the water. Shooter then came out and dragged her into the water. Underwater, they were making bubbles, swimming happily, and kissing eachother. They went out of the pool, splashed water at eachother, and continued on their way. They decided to fly, and as they flew, they played happily.
Back in the cathedral, Spyro was watching the window. He saw a purple figure and a black one approaching the cathedral. He kept Cynder asleep and went outside to meet the couple.
"How was your trip?" Spyroasked them.
"It was wonderful. Shooter and I had a really great time together." Lenes answered.
"Great. Excuse me Len, I have a