Fursonas and Balloons
Kitty smiled mischievously through leaves and twigs as she peered out from the bushes at her target; an unexpecting three-tailed orange and brown fox named Chrissie. A little ways off was Gummy, the brown and green cat was missing her glasses, and had her eyes closed as she absentmindedly pumped balloons, humming a tune.
Kitty's eyes widened when she saw Raven struggling in the strings of the balloons. The larger black and white she-cat was muttering some things about melons. Kitty decided not to ask as she slunk by, stopping to grab a bundle of the strings in her teeth. She continued with the strings clasped firmly in her small jaws until she was inches away from Chrissie, who was chatting away with Kitt.
"come on, Chrissie, it'll be fun! I'll get you an extra battle axe and we'll go bucket-hunting!" the blue-gray fox persisted, as she kneaded the ground impatiently.
"i already told you, Kitt, I have requests and stuff to do... maybe some other time..?" the other
The Power of The Sapling King “Heroes! Israphel's minions have broken through our defenses! We need to open
the portal and leave!” Knight Peculiar shouted over the crashes
sounding from the walls behind.
Lewis stopped and listened, there had to be millions of them, some of them
mutated into giants, zombies and skeletons, spiders and creepers.
Lewis, Simon, Martyn, and Toby, had been taking refuge in the large,
old factory building along with Knight Peculiar. They were a few of
the heroes destined to save Minecraftia, the others had been
scattered and were taking refuge elsewhere. Israphel's forces were as
strong as ever, and were making their move.
“what about Toby?” Simon asked. Lewis turned to where the young hero lay
unconscious on the floor, a blanket over him. He had been injured and
lost consciousness after a creeper attacked, before the heroes had
found the factory. “we can't just leave him behind”
Suddenly Martyn interru
GerIta- Tickle “Ve~ Germany? Are you reading again?”
Germany looked up from his book “Ja. What is it?”
“Nothing” Italy replied, grinning still “just wondering”
Germany shook his head slightly and went back to reading, aware that Italy was staring at him, grinning, from the seat next to him on the couch. Suddenly, (although Germany had expected it), Italy pounced on him, rubbing his hands furiously over Germany's chest, giggling and laughing. “tickle tickle tickle!” he cried out, moving his hands faster.
Germany grabbed his wrists “knock it off” he grunted dismissively.
Italy struggled against his hands “N-No fair!...Let go!” Germany held Italy's small wrists with one of his large hands, and with the other opened his book and began reading it again.
After awhile, Italy finally he stopped struggling, giving up, when he got an idea. A sneaky idea. He relaxed his arms and tapped Germany's wrist with on
A New Beginning Ch2.5- Looby's Burden
Looby ran across the cool sand to his hut. The others were saying goodbye to their parents before they headed out on their quest. He burst through his door, his mother Linsee hadn't attended the campfire which brought them this news, but she and the other adults had discussed it before. As expected, Looby found her on the floor with her cleaning supplies. She was so overworked...
Looby's mom stood up tiredly, bags under her eyes as always.
"Looby, its- its time for you to go, isn't it?" she asked sadly
Looby said nothing, and instead nodded, looking down at the floor.
"Where's dad?" he asked, taking her by surprise "i need to say goodbye"
"your father is in his room.." She replied quietly, not looking Looby in the eyes. Looby turned and walked to the room, not bothering to knock before opening the door.
"Dad..." he cautiously called out "Dad.. we're about to leave..."
Nooby sat up sluggishly, his unfocused eyes narrowed for a few se
A New Beginning Ch2- Rolling Clouds
The sea breeze ruffled Sooga's silky black hair as she stared off into the horizon. It was chilly now, and the clouds were darkening. A storm is heading this way... She thought, looking up, trouble and worry clouding her bright blue eyes. She shivered, they were about to set off on a quest that would most likely end in death and despair. Sooga would lose some of her friends, lives would be broken, hearts torn, blood spilled, for the prize of eternal life. Sooga shook her head. It had all happened so fast! A one-way trip to death, with all her friends she grew up with, loved, and was probably going to lose.
A gentle hand was placed on her shoulder, and Sooga turned from her thoughts to see Ooga, the tribes chieftain, and her father, looking at her kindly. His jet-black hair and blue eyes matched Sooga's perfectly. But behind his beautiful, shining eyes unshed tears lurked, threatening to flood out.
"Sooga" he said gently "you- you don't hav