Kaa was nestled up high in his tree perch, his sinuous coils looped around branches and tree trunks. Despite his bulk, he was nearly invisible in the jungle thanks to his color pattern. Out of all of the humans that Kaa had spied around the campfire while they ate, Hinata was the best. She wasn't too large or too thin. Lovely feminine
"That doessssn't sssuprissse you?" Kaa asked, suprised.
"Apperently not. Now why not leave me alone?" Cindy said shortly, sitting on her bed and folding her arms stubbornly. Cindy had long blond hair that reached her shoulder blades and bright blue eyes. Her body was slender and shapely. But she had an attitude, which sometimes either scared people or got her into trouble.
Kaa was a bit puzzled. This girl wasn't interested in him at all, nor was she frightened. She only wanted him gone. What could he do?
"Well, what are you waiting for? Go slither into someone else's bed for a nap!" Cindy snapped at him impatiently. But that actually gave Kaa an idea. A nap...
"Ssssay..." Kaa hissed seductively, his eyes narrowing at Cindy.
"Why don't you take a nap?" Kaa brought his large head up to Cindy's, smirking as if he knew something she didn't.
"Oh shut up! I'm not tired!" Cindy growled, sc
This time it was the boy murmuring Bagheera's name. The boy clearly sounded exhausted but thought that he could somehow convince the panther otherwise.
"Oh now look it's no use arguing anymore" Bagheera half spoke, half yawned. He'd lifted his head off the branch to be heard
"Of course, mom." replied Carrie.
Carrie was only 12 the first time her parents left her alone at the house. She was excited to have the house to herself. "And remember, no going to the river unless you call Uncle Drew and have him go with you." her mom added.
"Fine, goodbe mom." she said.
"Goodbye, sweetheart." her mom said as she blew a kiss.
Finally, Carrie was all alone. She could do whatever she wanted. "All right!" she thought to herself. "I'm going to watch R-rated movies, eat a lot of ice cream, and go to the river whenever I want."
Carrie went and put on a bikini, a tank-top, and a skirt and started her way down to the river. Her mother would never let her go alone. "Too many bad thing
"How dull " A female voice said as she looked around the Jungle as it had been a boring day. "Anything would be a nice change of pace, even a fire." She lamented as it had been the same day after day. She sat up and stretched revealing her scaly snake like lower half which was purple, she currently had it wrapped around the tree to make sure she didn't fall off, the upper half of her looked like a female of twenty years while the lower body was that of a Snake. She had long brown hair that reached to her back and tanned skin due to living in such a warm climate.
She was a Lamia, a race of half woman half snake like creatures. Lamias where rarely seen by normal humans as often they would be accused of being monsters. She was young for her kind as she had left her colony to see the outside world, thus far a part of her was regretting it as nothing ever happened here, maybe she should head back home. She was lonely and rarely
What exactly happened?, she asked herself again and again. But just like before she realized that she wouldn't find the answer here, no matter how many times she repeated this question. She had to get off this island and regroup with Zero and the Black Knights, if they were still alive. No, she shouldn't think this way.
They are all right!, she reassured herself.
After remaining motionless for some time she sighed and turned around, leaving the waterfall behind. On the way to her discarded clothes she wrung her soaked hair, while her bare feet left small footprints on the wet soil of the shore. She stepped into the shadow of the tree
You hastily open your mouth, but all it results in is a gurgling sound from you. Instinctively you rear up and feel how you break through something a water surface.
You suddenly can breathe again and soak in the tasty oxygen with deep and long breaths. When you've finally calmed down you realize that you are cowering in a shallow pond, your hair [If you have any that is] and your clothes [You know, the sparse attire you got to choose last time] completely wet and dripping. But how did you get here? You look confused around and remember that you are in the jungle. It wasn't a dream!
" Finally awakened hm?", you hear a voice above you and when you look up you see Kaa coiled around a thick branch with the rest of his large body hidden in the treetops.
" It wasn't ", you mumble puzzled, but are interrupted by the ser
Mowgli had no idea, but at the same time h
Kas was yawning from boredom. A week ago it would hardly to believe that her live could be even more confusing.
First there was the incident with the cat-girl, which she had made to her kittens.
Then there was the incident with her ordered Power Puff costume, where she still had the feeling that she had actually want to have a slightly larger one. But every time she thought about it more accurately, she was really happy with her order.
She remembered, too vague to a machine, from which she had thought she would just take a picture of her. After that she was such a thing was like a sonic robot-kitten, or was it all just a dream?
The pink Delmo outfit, her malfunctioned robot-maid, the whole was rather exhausted and also made her a little more prone to boredom that tormented her now.
Somehow it had all these boxes and incidents so used that it confused her once a long time nothing happened. She took walks in the park, but even that was only ever a short-term pleasu
Suddenly something rustling in the bushes below caught his attention, out of the foliage came another man-cub. However, this particular man-cub was…different. It looked a lot more fragile in physique, carrying a basket of melons as she walked past his position. She also appeared a lot more delicious, in his infinite wisdom; he concluded that this must be the opposite sex of the 'man cubs' .
Shanti, a young girl from the
"Hmph... Why mussst the jungle be sssso boring?" he wondered, his tongue flicking lazily. But then something caught his attention. A faint odor was in the air, something very distinct. Kaa raised his large head, flicking his tongue more rapidly now, his curiosity piqued.
"What isss thisss?" Kaa murred to himself, smiling a bit. The
"Beat Ya!" called a young human child, his skin a light tone brown, his body almost completely bare except for the crimson red loincloth that was tied around the lower area of his body, covering the very tips of his legs and concealing whatever the boy hid below. His soft, slightly exhausted fingers feeling the hard soothing texture of the stone as they lay u
You're surrounded by huge trees and thick, green bushes. You blink perplexed, aren't you supposed to be [insert former whereabouts and occupation here] and now you're in this vast jungle, for that is what you have confirmed.
You can hear the sounds of distant and nearby animals, the rustling of plants on the ground and leafs high above your head. And then the heat hits you. It is a dry heat that makes it hard to breath for the first few seconds. The air seems to be thick around these parts, almost like you can cut it with a knife but you have no knife with you. In fact, all you are wearing is [insert sparse clothing here].
How the hell did this happen?!
You are confused, but strangely not afraid. There has to be an explanation why you're here.
After some more wondering inspection of your new environment you decide that there is no point in just standing around. Driven by curiosity you start
"Hey, look at it from the bright side! We're still roommates!" said Luba, sitting on a little red sofa. "And besides, look how cool this room is! Much cooler than the one we were in last year!" Luba was Anne's best friend and her roommate for the past year. She was a cute girl, one year younger than Anne. She had blond hair and blue eyes that were always full of optimism and joy.
"Cooler, but smaller..." Anne replied.
And indeed, the room they got was a lot smaller. There were two desks on one side, positioned face-to-face, and in the corner was the red sofa, as well as a small coffee table. O
When he'd first been lured to the man village a year ago, things had been so fresh and exciting. The people had been welcoming and kind to him. They took care of him and showed him around and taught him how to communicate with them. But over what felt like far too short a time, things had progressively begun to change.
Many of the elders felt it was inappropriate for a boy to run about the village wearing nothing more than a tight loin cloth, so they forced him to wear large robes which tied all around his body. T
"I could have picked a better place to adventure than this... Oh well. At least I know not to come here again." she sighed to herself. She kicked a nearby tree with her foot, making the tall tree shake softly.
Above her however, she had disturbed the most feared snake in existance... Kaa.
Kaa had been taking a nice nap when he was suddenly jolted from Natasya kicking the tree, waking him.
"Ooooh! Who kicked my tree?" he grumbled. Kaa had been irritated from the unusual lack of prey lately, leaving him very hungry. And with something shaking his tree, he was in a rather aggressive mood. He poked his head down through the leaves, hoping to find the one who woke him. He might show it a thing or two...
Truthfully he missed the village life, he missed Shanti….her gentle and graceful voice…the very beacon that shone to him and introduced him to the village life in the very beginning. Ranjan, his fo