Dead Reckoning: EpilogueLater that night, Garin was walking around the deck of his ship, alone. The rest of his crew had gone to sleep, and he was having some time to himself aboard the home he missed so much. He ran his fingers along the wood of the rail and smiled as he took a deep breath of the salty air. And tomorrow he'd be back on the open sea! Garin couldn't help but grin at the thought of getting back to his life of piracy and adventure, but a sudden feeling stopped his thoughts in their tracks.
"I know you're there, you can come out," he said, and out of the shadows walked Scarblade.
"I see you were expecting me," said the tall buccaneer. Garin nodded, keeping his eyes on the moonlit water.
"I'm surprised that you don't have a cutlass or pistol drawn," he said.
"Arr If I'd come here to fight ye would've known it back at the tavern." Scarblade said, walking forward to stand next to the younger captain. "Ye've got a strong will to have survived something like that "
"That's a lot comin
RPS: Monster High...Nyx the Werewolf opened her locker door and grabbed the old, musty book that was for her next class. She slammed the door shut and walked on down the hall, passing two lizard boys, a ghost girl, a clique of vampire girls, and two mummy twins. Nyx ignored them for the most part, as everyone was busy just trying to make it to the next class. She pushed open a large door that read, "Sciences of the World", with the name of the teacher, "Dr. F. Enstein".
Nyx took her seat in one of the desks and laid her book down, reaching into her bag for her favorite bone quill pen when a loud thud sounded in the desk next to her, and she turned her head to see a tall humanoid snake sitting and looking at her with a smirk on his face.
"Well, hello gorgeoussss " he said with a hiss. Nyx rolled her eyes and looked back down at her book.
"Rattle " she grumbled. "Forget to do your homework again? And don't call me gorgeous."
"Oh no, I didn't forget. I just didn't do it. I don't have time for stuff
RPS: Burn, baby, burn...Once there was a wise and kind king, who ruled his subjects well and obeyed his gods to every detail, and in returned received loyal, happy subjects, and a loving wife who lived with him many long years and bore him a beautiful daughter. But his wife died of a terrible illness that took her in the night, and he was left to raise his daughter alone. But then one day, a messenger from the gods came to him and made a dreadful announcement
His daughter's life would be taken at the youthful age of fifteen, as a test to prove he was a good king, loyal to the gods. The king never questioned the gods before, but wanted to know why his daughter would have to die for him to prove himself, for he had proved himself all his life to the gods without hesitation!
That's when he realized it. The gods saw mortals as nothing but toys to test and play with to their own amusement. But what could he do? His daughter died just as it had been said, and who could have enough power to defy the gods? The