Bravely Training Dragons!-Chapter One.More Like This
Third Person P.O.V
Imagine this setting: We skim above a dark, wild ocean. Then we turn towards a lone island, its name, Berk. It is a gigantic shard of rock jutting straight out of the water. Our sight gazes over rolling hills to reveal a small village nestled on an outcropping of sea mounts.
This is Berk. Its twelve days North of hopeless and a few Degrees South of freezing to death. It's located solidly on the meridian of misery.
My village. In a word, sturdy. And it's been here for seven generations, but every single building is new.
We have fishing, hunting, and a charming view of the sunsets. The only problems are the pests. You see, most places have mice or mosquitos. We have...
I pull my wooden, splintering door wide open, and then slam it shut almost as quickly as I opened it. I lean against it as fire shoots through the slats of wood; I try my best to ignore how the wood is now going from warm to burning hot. I am certain that the fire is illuminating my gangly
X The Lost Viking X Chap. 5x Merida xMore Like This
It had been a few days since Merida had left the castle. She had been having so much fun traveling from place to place. Merida had left one of the villages at noon earlier that day. It was almost dusk now. She decided she should settled down for the night before it got to dark.
She twisted around in the saddle to reach her map. She squinted at the map. There appeared to be a stream that ran through the forest about an hour from here. She decided that would be a good place as any to bed for the night.
Merida put the map up and started forward. She was lost in thought as she rode along, thinking about all the adventures she was going to have on this trip. For a moment, she wondered if she might possibly meet someone she took a liking to. Hopefully someone different and adventurous. Then she scoffed at the thought.
She doubted she would ever find someone she really liked. She'd meet a few boys at the villages shed been to, but they were all th
X The Lost Viking X Chap. 3[A few days earlier]More Like This
x Merida x
"Mum! Dad! I'm leaving!" Merida shouted. She could see her parents upstairs, but she didn't feel like walking up there. She wanted to get going.
Her mother and father came down stairs. "Merida, how many time's to I have to tell you. A princess does not," Queen Elinor began quoting, but was interrupted.
"'Does not raise her voice,'" Merida finished in her best impression of her mom. Merida smiled. "I know mum. i just wanted to let you know I was leaving."
Queen Elinor smiled back. "Alright, Merida. Be safe."
"Have fun," King Fergus said.
Merida was hopping from foot to foot eagerly. "I will, don't worry." She ran over to hug her parents. Her father pulled her into a huge bear hug. It wasn't until she began gasping for breath that he let her down. She then hugged her mother, who was much more gentle. Once they were done Merida started backing away slowly.
"Bye mum, bye dad," Merida said as she was walking away. "Love you."
X The Lost Viking X Chap. 2x Hiccup xMore Like This
"Toothless? Toothless!?" Hiccup yelled. They were falling rapidly. Hiccup gripped the saddle tightly. Toothless must be to tired to fly anymore. Hiccup looked around them hoping to see somewhere to land. It was pretty dark out so it was hard to see. Thankfully, the sun was just coming up so he was able to see a large mass of land just a head.
"Toothless! Wake up!!" Hiccup shouted trying to get Toothless' attention. Toothless could faintly hear Hiccup calling him. He shook his head to clear his mind from the exhaustion.
Hiccup sighed with relief when Toothless began flapping his wings, but Toothless' altitude fluctuated constantly. They would begin to get a little higher, then they would begin to descend as Toothless started to get tired.
They were almost to land now. There was a cliff jutting out from the surrounding forest. "Looks like a good place to land," Hiccup told Toothless.
Toothless' flying became very erratic suddenly. His eyes