A trip into the unknown - Part 2Felarya, a place as dangerous as it is beautiful, but mostly known for all the dangers one could run into in this world. One can be as careful as possible and still be in great danger. Nontheless a lot of people came here on purpose, to become rich and famous by retrieving gold and artifacts from one of the temples that were said to hold great treasures, to enjoy its natural beauty or for its rarely know, but existing, healing proportions. The group of four humans who had just arrived were one of those, who actually knew (or rather had heared) about the latter.A trip into the unknown - Part 2 by deviant324
Being newly arrived in an unfamiliar world, which they knew pretty much nothing about, the small group had no idea where to go. Upon Scar´s simple but yet so unsettling question, nobody knew what to answer. They had no idea where in particular they were, nor where they should go to.
Finally Adam broke the discomforting silence, mostly to set everyone a little more at ease again: "I´d say we´ll just move on in a
My Naga Daughter part 6I ran out into the woods as we began our game or Ruby’s final exam so to speak. As waited, I spent ten minutes finding a hiding spot until I found a good one. I had a feeling she was going to get me eventually; she has seen literally ALL of my tricks and I was no ninja by any means. So I decided to use the “run-hide-run” tactic that has proven to be the most effective. What the “run-hide-run” tactic was is exactly what it sounds like: I would run quietly to find a hiding spot, hide until Ruby passes me and then run again to repeat the process. Usually it worked until recently when I have gotten myself careless, and it seems that she has acquired something similar to Spider Man’s “spider sense”. I guess it’s part of her genetics, check that, I KNOW it’s part of her genetics, maybe that was how Emily, her so-called “mother”, found me so easily when we first met. I still get shivers thinking about her, and the nightmaMy Naga Daughter part 6 by AmericanHero45
Neither A Light, Nor A Heat - Part 1Cold wind whistled through the gorge that cut through the Ascarlin Mountains, sending a shiver through Lyne that rattled all the way down to the bone. Below, autumn colors were settling into the woods that surrounded the city of Negav. People were tending warm hearths, cooking dinner as the heat radiated out into the room and melted off the chill starting to settle in. Snow was rare in Felarya's only permanent human settlement, but that knowledge did little to make the winter rains less frigid.Neither A Light, Nor A Heat - Part 1 by MukatKiKaarn
Lyne pulled his cloak around him and hunched forward, trying to keep his hands from the iron barrel of his rifle, which refused to hold any heat. His shirt and pants were at least warm enough to keep the chill off of his wire-thin body, and the mop of loose, curly hair was thick enough to hold in what heat he managed to acquire.
"Liven up, son," said the driver next to him. He dug his elbow into Lyne's side, and about knocked the young man over. "You look like you're keeping a graveyard watch."