Difference Vagus was lost. Laconian? Commoner? Abnormal? He drifted in a part of the world where the eye could not see, wandering paths unmapped towards destinations that turned to ash the moment he touched them. Where new horizons dawned only to fall into an endless night where he stood alone. This was his world now. A world of grey where he found no light or darkness, where he could find only one word that could define the person he was: A disappointment. Not Laconian. Not a commoner. Not an Abnormal. A disappointment.Vagus often realised that he was not much different to Mycaelis at all, they both bore an intense hatred for something. Mycaelis hated weakness as it was taught to him by his father, but Vagus hated something far more spiteful than weakness, he hated hope. He hated it when it compelled him onward with false grandeurs and promises, deluding him with scenarios of what could be, and destroying him time and time again when it cast him into the bottomless pit that was reality. In a wa
Rescue Team Spartan M6 Pt7 ''The Fog Kills!''Chapter 7 The Fog Kills!"Good luck to you, Mycaelis." A firm handshake and a polite nod was all Maxis received as his farewell. Time was of the essence, and there was very little of it that Mycaelis could spend on farewells. Vagus came to Mycaelis' side and watched as Maxis continued up the forest trail towards the castle. The forest seemed deceivingly less intimidating. Being close the castle, the trail was wider and well-worn by travellers. Mist or fog of any kind was mostly absent as a richer quality of sunlight seeped through the forest canopy."You too, Max." he whispered. Despite the forest's increased air of serenity, Mycaelis could not help but feel slightly on edge. Stelios's warning had him one edge.Vagus sighed and turned to Him. "Now what? This Growlithe could be anywhere around here.""Then ya better make use of you're good eye, Vagus." chimed Maple with a giggle. "Get looking, and stay alert!"Vagus snarled and looked up at Maple with a look tha
Transience To one so young, the world was a blur. Touch and sound made sense of the things her eyes could barely see. Her mind was stirred from the voids of rest by the curious voices around her. Kareena peered through her half opened eyes, her bright blue irises glimmering between her eyelids. In the warmth of their den, she felt sleepy yet curious of those around her. Both her brothers were there, but there were others here too. Their eyes did not glow like those who lived in her small little world. One bore a pair of brilliant green eyes that shone like a pair of glistering emeralds, the other bore eyes of common hazel which burned with a ferocity known only to a world far from hers.“You guys got a mum?” asked Mycaelis curiously as he addressed Astinos and Stelios. Astinos shook his head sorrowfully. “No,” he sighed, “we lost her during the migration.”Vagus felt a pang of remorse for the two brothers. "I'm sorry. Yea, our mum's gone too."
Existence The air was still upon entering the glade. The forest brush and trees gave way to reveal a wall of glowing blue eyes that gazed at the three entering strangers. The Abnormals, Pokémon of all kinds, gazed at Marvin when he entered with Mycaelis and Vagus in tow. He had been here more than a dozen times, but the greeting he received had always been cold. The native inhabitants of Oat; reduced from once continent sprawling clans to now small isolated tribes that cowered in the darkest recesses of their ancient land.Marvin was never one to ask for a warm welcome from them. They had every right to treat him with suspicion regardless of how many of them he was able to feed with his occasional tribute of berries. With Abnormals, friends amongst outsiders quickly became impotent when they were faced with the overwhelming pressures of a murderous lynch mob.It wasn’t long until the Abnormals dispersed and went about their own business, content with the fact that the outsider was som
Team Spartan Written App 2.0The skies above Tao village flashed as streaks of lightning wreaked their havoc across the night's black heavens. There was no moon, and not a star to been seen on a night as savage as this. The sky looked down on him, a black and empty void resounding with the vicious rumbles of thunder. The pelting rain was just as merciless. Aided by the wind, it poured with a vengeance; turning the humble town of Tao Village into a swamp. Around him, dirt paths turned to mud as the soil drowned under the torrent of heavy rain.Mycaelis the Charmeleon stood with his arms hugged around his soaked body, trembling in the cold and relentless rain. The lightning, and thunder, he could stand; but a soaked body, and dim tail-flame, was making it difficult to wait.It had been many months now, almost a year. A long time since they helped save Tao Village from the threat of stolen fireworks, and even longer since they rescued the Sapling Villagers from Merlot's tyranny. Now, Mycaelis and his brother, Vagu