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Fight and Flight from Frost PeakLuna’s Tale Chapter 3Fight and Flight from Frost Peak by Daren-Blackfang
Fight and Flight from Frost Peak
The first rays of light shined on Mike’s eyes as he woke up somewhat stiff, but well rested. At first he noticed a weight on his legs before looking down to see Lunaria was laying on them, sound asleep. He blinked a few times before remembering yesterday’s events and sighed. Reaching into his pack, he took out a small flask, opening it, and took a swig of it. Once he lowered it, he exhaled, enjoying the tingling, yet warming filling he got after drinking from the flask.
“Ah, nothing beats havin’ a good ol’ swig of Akaptor Cactus Ale,” he said, returning the flask to his pack.
He looked at the mouth of the cave to see most of it was covered in snow, except for the to of the cavern entrance. With a solemn sigh, he gently picked up Lunaria, a bit surprised to how heavy she was for a child, in fact for a nagaling for that matter. Probably all that muscle in the tail. He then gently set her down
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Cold, bitter cold, bit flesh while howling winds of ice stung, sapping heat from a lone child’s body as she slithered through the white snow. Her whole body was shivering as she looked for a place or anything to make a shelter out of sorts. Cold tears slowly made their way down the sides of her face, bearing the painful event that took place only minutes ago. Just thinking about it made her stop before she started to cry endlessly.
“Wh-Why Elric... Why did you kill Mama... Papa... my brothers and sister... wh-why...” her voice was drowned out when she heard a low snarl of a creature coming from somewhere nearby.
Quickly as she could, the child hid herself under the snow before a large, two-tailed white wolf came out from an unseen den. The transparent spikes on its back glowed a dull blue. It lifted its head, sniffing the air before snarling and howled. It bolted away from its den and the unseen nagaling, howling once more.
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In a small clearing within a forest on the continent of Alislra on the planet Aslilra, laughter could be heard as four figures came out of the foliage. The beings were nagas or nagalings, as they were quite young. One child was a head of the others, slithering towards the middle of the clearing. Three of the children sped up and attempted to pounce at the lead child. Her long, slender ears wiggled slightly, before she coiled her tail quickly and sprang forward, avoiding the dog-pile.
“Awww, no fair Lunaria! We almost had you,” one of the children called out in a protesting tone.
“Hehe, I’m the nimble naga queen, bow down before me!” Lunaria remarked with a triumphant pose, smiling at her older brother.
Her brother got up and slithered over to her before placing an arm around her neck and proceeded in giving the girl a noogie. Lunaria started to flail from the skull rubbing and writhed in her brother
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A taste of anarchyThe climate was extremely hot; it was like you could feel the air sticking at the face. This heat was unnaturally, even for a world like Felarya and the most of it inhabitants were sleeping or hiding in the shadows, enjoying the many cool places. But there were also activities in the middle of the jungle.A taste of anarchy by Ravana3k
The young woman was running through the bushes. Her naked feet were gliding over the ground of the jungle like she would float over it. Her short brown hair was lying close at her head, her eyes were narrowed and her long catlike ears were moving as she listened behind her, the long tail was floating in the air. Her name was Mirya, she was a neko, also called cat-girls or cat-men and she was an inhabitant of this world. She knew the thin balance between life and death in this world, one wrong step could mean the absolute end and a wrong path could lead you directly into the stomach of a hungry predator.
Her body was athletic and she wore just a short bra and some longer pants made of
Kendra's ExcursionIt had felt like an eternity since Sarina and Kendra had begun their journey away from their previous home north of the Driddler Forest. Sarina's legs ached terribly from walking for so long. Normally, they'd be quite close to their first destination. However due to Kendra's poor map reading skills, they had accidentally traversed in the opposite direction of where they were supposed to head towards. They were however, at the moment, due to Kendra realizing she had read the map upside down, traveling in the direction initially intended.Kendra's Excursion by xenomorph1112
Sarina took a deep breath "I'm sorry Kendra, but I need a break..." she admitted, now stopping in her tracks.
"But I finally know where we're going! C'mon you can go for a bit longer! C'mon!" Kendra protested, sitting atop Sarina's shoulder tugging at a strand of her hair in an attempt to get her to keep going. Kendra realized her attempt had failed as she felt Sarina lower herself down onto the ground. "C'mon Sari! We am probably make it to the mountai
Not A MonsterKendra, who was sleeping above Sarina on a tree branch while being curled up in a near fetal position, woke up to the sound of soft sobs coming from below her. She turned over in her branch, her eyes only able to in a sleepy haze. Was someone crying? Peeping over the sides of the branch she saw Sarina there, face down, with another audible sob being released. Wondering what ailed her older sister she stood up on the branch and hopped down onto the one below and several others until finally reaching the ground.Not A Monster by xenomorph1112
Kendra couldn't believe her eyes. It really was Sari, but she was... crying? There was no way that was Sarina. In all the time she'd know her Sarina never cried, not ever. Was this creature really the same person? She moved closer ever so silently, not wanting to attract attention to herself if it wasn't Sari. Kendra looked at the face of the being on the ground. There was no doubt now, it was Sarina, with tears going down her cheeks.
Kendra moved closer, her cat-like ears beginn