This took too long, and I don’t feel like shading the other side, or fixing the shading. So bleh…there she is.. I’ll edit this with a bio later..
No Taxation-Chapter 3Yes,i realize that Alfred ages weirdly but just go with it. I needed him to be a child for the last chapter, but now, well, you'll see. Anyway,enjoy your feels and try not to hate me!~ -ScribblySkiesStudios__________________________________________Arthur spluttered as he awoke, choking on water, the memories slowly returning. The colonists had thrown him on the riverbed so that his head was half submerged. After he figured he'd gotten most of the water out of his lungs, he staggered to his feet. He felt pain all over his body;His captors had gotten in a few good hits before they left him. But none of them hurt as much as the hole,the gaping hole that had made its home in his heart. Alfred had just left him. He cried out in frustration to the wind, then collapsed. He stared at the rushing water, thinking how easy it would be, then he realized he had more important things to deal with. He had his country to stand for, and he still had a chance to win Alfred back. He ran back to town, t