Azure Dawn: Chapter 1
Azure Dawn: Chapter 1
Only the rhythmic rattling of an overhead fan and the occasional clink of glass resounded in the bar that morning. Even though the blinds were drawn tightly shut small rays of light managed to penetrate through and provide a small form of illumination. Several tables filled the floor with chairs turned upside down upon their faces, each one arranged symmetrically as though on display at an art gallery. A row of seven chairs in the very back sat as a center piece to this unusual exhibit; lined up directly in front of the serving bar for customers who preferred to watch their drink being made. Or for those who wished to have a direct word with the host.
One of these chairs was currently marked for this purpose; a long brown coat signaling the seat's state of occupation. Despite being at the far end of the bar bits of light still managed to provide a miniscule form of illumination for the man seated there. It allowed him the momentary distraction of reading the ingre
Azure Dawn: Prologue
Azure Dawn: Prologue
Fleeting rays from dusk's glory illuminated the forest outside the steel carriage's window, albeit hard to tell one tree from another as all the green blurred into one amalgamation. Hanging slightly out the window and letting the wind pass over me with its cool caress always made the trip go better. Although hitting my head squarely on the window top for every pothole the Master managed to hit stole some of that pleasure. After the third round of this I withdrew my head and growled at him.
"Are you still half asleep? Most people try to at least go around the sunken earth, rather than intentionally put themselves through a carnival ride from hell."
The only response I received was a hand on the head with a small scratch on the right ear, followed by the usual cajoling manner.
"Easy Reaver, just try to take it a little while longer. Be a good boy and don't growl in my ear while driving, unless you want me to hit more of these blasted craters."
A snort with my nose in
SD World Terms and Bios FinalTable of Contents:
*Primary Cast Members
*Secondary Cast Members
*Villain Roll Call
Primary Cast Members
Race: Apthemy, Corrupted (Emotional Harmonic: Hatred)
Age: 1538 (appears 27 in Corrupted Form and 13 in Child Form)
Height: 4' 11" both forms
Personality/Background: Perhaps one of the oldest Apthemites in existence, Alieta was also one of the most powerful. Quickly ascending to a matriarchal role in keeping Apthemy society organized she heralded a relatively peaceful millennium, until the corruption of Apthemy (which happened perhaps once or twice a decade) suddenly became a mild epidemic. Alieta used her powers to contain and purify many of those affected but doing so made her personally vulnerable. Shortly after Alieta herself was completely over taken by the corruption and became a malevolent force unrivaled by any other. The transformation turned the once kind and wise Alieta into a mind filled with dire schemes and frightening powers of manip
Emerald Skies: Terms List V2
Adair Sorcery: When the Adair family's name first appeared in history, it was that of a few sorcerer's whose great powers turned the tide in a battle for Viveka itself. This brand of sorcery is unlike any other in recorded history, as its operating mode is highly intriguing to those who have been granted the privelage of studying it. Currently what is known about Adair Sorcery is as follows: First, it utilizes a special language all of it's own which is composed of several very short sounds. When spoken in an incantation, the listener is given the impression that the caster is speaking words at a rate far that exceeding normal human speech. One listener of sharp hearing discerned that within one minute, nearly 5000 seperate words were spoken throughout the incantation. In fact those of the Adair family go through intense verbal and tonal training to ensure their capasity to handle this special power. Secondly, the power itself seems to have no set form and varries from per
Emerald Skies: Cast ProfilesV2
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Dark Brown
Primary Weapon: Re-enforced Tonfas
Weapon Upgrade: Windmill Tonfas
Background: Alia was born into a family of Artificiers (people in this world who gather and manage ancient artifacts). However because of this her parents died when she was 14, lost in an accident on a ruin site. As a memento of her parents, Alia uses a set of wooden tonfas, the very weapons used by her late father. Despite this Alia applied for her Artificier license when she was 16, thanks to the training of her grandfather (whom she also lives with in place of her parents). After obtaining her license successfully, Alia met Zeron through her grandfather and became partners with him. It was during this time as well that Zeron gave her a silver pendant for her 16th birthday, a memento Alia never lets leave her side (she does the same with her tonfas) As an Artificier, Alia's family name is only well known
The Fox and The Frog
“Stay back!” Astra snarled, backing up further into the alley. To her chagrin it was a dead end, and left her little to no escape from the ‘mons that were ahead of her.
A Medicham and Drowzee approached slowly, both wearing menacing grins, as they looked the Braixen over. The two shot glances at each other and then turned their gazes back to Astra who bared her fangs and snarled viciously.
“You know I bet some witch hunters would pay a pretty fortune for an infamous Witch like you,” snickered the Medicham, as he shifted his arms to his waist, “a pretty price for a pretty witch,” he commented with a laugh, which was accompanied by the Drowzee’s.
“Keep your crummy hands to yourselves! I’m warning you!” Astra spat. She moved back, still relying on her trusty staff for balance.
“You’re surprisingly good at running away for having to use a crutch, too bad you’re no where
A brand new feeling-Quick Caption
“Ugh this is embarrassing.” Steven said walking the red floors of the Lampton hotel.
He and his buddy, Cole, were on their way to the private hut tub they had rented out for the weekend. But they weren't in normal male swimming attire. They were wearing bikinis that hugged their bodies and outlined their male instruments in abnormal proportions. Steven wore a red bikini and Cole wore a green one.
“You didn't have to agree with this pal. No one forced you.” Cole explained.
Steven sighed. “Why do you guys do this again?”
“Because if feels...you'll see. Did you spray the stuff on you?” Cole asked.
“Yeah I did.”
Steven threw his head up in the air. “Yes Cole I did. I sprayed down every inch of my body yeesh.”
“Alright alright just wanted to make sure. It's the only way this works.”
The boys approached the outside exit and walked onto the
Out Of Place CHAPTER 5CHAPTER 5
Slowly Donnie opened his eyes. He was lying on the couch, next to him Leo and Raph were staring at him. Taking several deep breaths Donnie spoke. “W.....what happened?”
It was Raphael who spoke first, his tone confused and slightly worried. “You tell us egg head. One moment everything is fine, and the next the entire lair shook and smoke started coming from your lab. We had to carry out because you were unconscious.”
Blinking Donnie groaned and slowly sat up. Every part of his body ached, as though he'd been a fight and gotten his shell handed to him. Moving slowly he shifted, reaching up to rub his head. What had happened? One moment he’d been……..
Donnie’s eyes opened before scanning the area around him. “Where’s Mikey?”
Raph raised an eyeridge. “Huh?”
Biting his lip Donnie spoke again. “Mikey…..he was in the lab with me. W….where is he now?”
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