39 Recent Deviations
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Look Before You LeapLook Before You LeapLook Before You Leap by leviathinz
Port Royale was a normal every day little seafaring village stacked full of normal men, women and children who did nothing more than get on with their wonderful yet meaningless lives. The Port was more than four hundred years old and in its lifespan had only just left horses as their primary mode of transport behind, Port Royale had all but been forgotten by both its neighboring villages as well as many if not all of the larger cities which made it seem so meaningless. Those villagers that were smart enough to want a life left as soon as they could but this was not often for the inhabitants of the small seafaring village were for lack of a better word, stone broke.
One villager though was sick and tired of being both broke and a nobody, this is her story.
Gwen St Claire pulled the rags that were bed sheets from her near golden athletic figure and threw to the floor, the young woman sighed as she peered out the window at the mainland across the strong river next to
The Oyster's Pearl: SacraficesIt was just too good to be true. The Soul Siren had the most successful hunt in what seemed like ages, his stomach filled of many tiny humans with one human in his hand, most likely dead from drowning. He was about to go back to his palace, give the human to his pet, and sleep for the day when he suddenly heard a loud scream that reached his ears and he swam over to see a set of broken windows and Aquarius, smiling nervously. See what happens when the king just goes to eat and comes back to see something broken?The Oyster's Pearl: Sacrafices by BookSmart16
While Pipes was angrily scolding at the merman for breaking said windows, Noroi was quiet until he spoke up with a glare, "You lie."
"What? But he broke the windows!" The advisor exclaimed.
"I learned from my pet that there are some people you can't trust. I don't think my insignificant pet would have the power and skill to do it. He's lying."
" Excuse you? Okay first of all!...I'm not your damn pet. I'm being held captive against my own will!" Aquarius snarled angrily for d
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."
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