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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
Felarya: Anko's Secret ( XII )Chapter 12 – The GuardianFelarya: Anko's Secret ( XII ) by Daiyoukai-sama
Katrika darted the tiny human figure on the shoulder of the giant mermaid with a gaze that nearly burned a hole through its body. Anko did not really behave like Anko, at least that was the giant naga’s perception as of now. Usually it would never happen that a human lasts more than a few minutes in the presence of the giant mermaid without paying her belly a visit. “You are sure that nothing is wrong with you? Maybe you got bewitched… it’s hard to recognize yourself.” Katrika paused and made a brooding face before continuing with “Why not start your recovery by feeding your naga friend with a little human offering?” The naga pointed at Ragna and grinned happily. “You said yourself he’s tasty, didn’t you? Don’t act against your nature and unerring instinct… yummy yummy in your tummy… that’s the correct practical philosophy”. Anko turned her head left and l
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