Part 71 of Drachenwelt Chronicles
“So, how did you get that?” John asked as he was getting seated and put seatbelt on.
“Oh, I had it made yesterday, it is completely safe for humans. See those things near your legs? If you pin your legs to your seats using these, you won't fall down even if I try to fly upside-down.”
“Nice,” John responded. He looked down to put those... shackles as it turned out on his legs and safely pin himself. It was easy to put those on and pin yourself and it was easy to put them off.
“Okay, are everyone on?” Aris asked.
“Yeah,” all of the kids said in a chorus.
“Have your belts on?”
Robert, Paul, Ada, Tony, Jeremy and John said various synonyms for “yes” and then Aris opened the door and took to the skies.
John noticed they were taking different route than usually.
“Aris, where we're going?”
“Yeah, about that... Northwest Ele
Part 70 of Drachenwelt Chronicles
John woke up tired. “That's what I get for being up all night,” he said to himself. He looked on the watch. 6:07AM. At least he'd get to eat something nutritious instead of hastily prepared meal, like on that fateful Monday.
He went to the bathroom and into the shower. He thought of everything that happened to him. Dragons... Some time ago he'd think that their existence is impossible. Heck, he even laughed at Jeremy for thinking they might, just might, be real. And certainly to him idea of dragons of that size would be inconceivable. And, except exception named The Kamatayon Order, those dragons were actually nice to him and helped him. He had so much luck that The Order didn't capture him right away. Either they didn't know that he got here or they just deemed him a low threat.
Aris had every right to call police that I've broke into her house. Hell, even she could transform him into nice, red stain and
Just what we need
Part 69 of Drachenwelt Chronicles
When John got back from the school he noticed everyone was in the living room, watching the TV. He quietly sneaked his way there, even going as much as using his ring to turn himself invisible, and saw they were watching some kind of a cop show starring both humans and dragons.
“Nice show, isn't it?” He said as he made himself visible.
“Ou!” Robert was visibly startled. “Don't do this again.”
“I can't promise anything...”
“And why are you watching TV?” Aris said from behind of John, startling him.
“Don't do that again!” For the love of God, John couldn't understand how someone that big could be that stealthy.
“Can't promise that...” Dragoness mused.
“Well, Aisha told us to do that when we went to play with your computer when Aris went out to get you from the school” Jeremy said guiltily.
“I thought I say you to not b
Reverse psychology 101
Part 68 of Drachenwelt Chronicles
Evening came and went. Jeremy, as it was easy to predict given his fascination with dragons, asked Aris lots and lots of questions to which dragoness replied to the best of her abilities. John was really surprised by her patience, but given he owned one of, scratch that, the most profitable company in the technological sector and probably had to answer questions asked by journalists a lot, that was sorta given.
Everyone got their own room, which for those kids was probably a nice refreshment after the hell they went through. Aris went to buy proper cloths for the kids as those rags they went wearing here just wasn't appropriate. Everyone was happy that the nightmare was over, even Ada had smiled few times during the dinner.
John excused himself early on the ground he had school tomorrow and had to be rested. It was hard day for John and now he had to rest. Before he fell asleep, he set his alarm clock.
John was w
Part 67 of Drachenwelt Chronicles
When the children were safely rounded behind the house, agent Wilson pressed some buttons in that portal device of his, in order to open the portal to the world that John could call home. Then he heard a car stopping its engine on the driveway.
“Damnit! Wilson, faster. My self-proclaimed 'dad' is here. It won't be long before he gets here.”
“I'm doing my best! Also I have seven years of training. Last time I've checked, you were still a school kid.”
“...who was able to bring down The. Kamatayon. Fucking. Order, where you were not.”
“Okay, okay. Portal's open. Kids, get in one by one.”
“But won't it hurt?” Jeremy asked.
“No, it won't” John replied. “It will just feel like water. Now go... and don't freak out on the other side.”
John smiled at the thought what his 'siblings' for lack of the better word must now imagine. Then smile was q
Part 66 of Drachenwelt Chronicles
John and the agents went through the portal which closed behind them.
“How do you plan to open it back?” John asked.
“Oh, I have this handheld device that will open portal back.”
“You know, we're on the Pie Street, but there's no cake so better get moving.”
“Whatever.” Wilson shrugged and they've made themselves invisible.
“Okay,” John said when he noticed they were next to the his old house, “it is dark here so they're probably put those poor kids in that room already. Door to the basement is next to the front door and they have to live there wearing nothing but rags.”
“What about the 'parents'?” One of the agents asked.
“Will my telepathic abilities work here?”
“Yes, they should,” Wilson replied.
“So since I can incapacitate a dragon, I should be able to take care of them if they'll pose a problem.
Part 65 of Drachenwelt Chronicles
When John got back home after another uneventful flight, he decided to go to the living room watch some TV.
When he was jumping channels in order to find something interesting to watch, a doorbell rang.
“Who could it be,” Aris grunted as she went to open the door.
“Is John inside?”
“Okay, let's go gentlemen.” John heard Aris being pushed.
“Do you have any idea who am I?” Dragoness growled.
“Yes, they do,” familiar voice sounded. A voice that John had heard very recently. When several men and dragons entered the living room, John's suspicions were confirmed. It was Adrith.
John groaned. “Haven't you caused me enough trouble already? And who are they?”
“They're government agents. I've told them about your family.”
“Adrith, we've been over this. There's nothing we can do.”
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Flight back home went through without any incident. John was happy that Aris was so supportive to him. When they got back, he quickly went to his room. He had to think about what happened today. It was just after 4PM but he felt tired already. The human sat on his bed not even noticed when he fell on his pillow and fell asleep.
John was awoken by the sun, his back cramped. “Great, what time is it?” His watch told him it was 7:34AM. “Oh shit, I'm late to school!”
He quickly got his grappling hook and went to the first floor and to the kitchen. Aris was already there, serving breakfast. John grappled the ceiling and put himself on the table.
“Aris, could you do it a little bit faster? I don't want to be late and even if you fly fast I'll probably will be.”
“Do you think it's a good idea to go to school after all of this?”
“Yes. If I won't think about that too mu
Thank you so much
Part 63 of Drachenwelt Chronicles
“So, will he be okay?” Aris asked in a worried tone after Seresya closed the door behind them.
“I think so. He'll still need therapy, but that was important breakthrough. It was good choice that you brought this dragon here, I don't know if he'd open up otherwise.”
“Poor kid. He's been through lot. And he still gets into bad situations. I wish I could do more.”
“You're already doing good, Aris. You're his friend, you listen to his concerns and you're there for him when he needs it.”
“Maybe you're right...”
“Of course I am! I'm the psychologist here, remember? He does need a friend like you.”
“Thank you. I'll be here with him next Sunday, okay?”
“Yeah, good idea. Keep reassuring him that this wasn't entirely his fault, that will help him get over this. I think worst is behind us. By the way, what was that happened to John after h