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Rising Shadow: Part Eight

Through the haze of impending unconsciousness Lisha heard the shouts of the guards and the quieter flap of Draik wings, and above it all came the low, stony chuckle of her captor and the steady beat of his wings as he carried her away...

by sarahleeadvent
At the AstroVilla: Part Nine

"Maybe this place was built after the rest of the hotel." Luther's hushed voice came from farther below this time. Cypher followed slowly and steadily, always feeling around with her foot before taking a step. She was starting to get used to the pitch blackness...

by kemppotatoe
Ailemea vs. Jenna: Part Eight

The striped Xweetok snapped her mouth shut and glared fiercely at the faerie. Her captor only shrugged. "Very well, be that way. I will come back later..."

Also by jeanaet

by rainbow_lover852

A Break in Memory: Part Seven

The shadow Alien Aisha glanced around - Mina and Brandy were too busy packing to pay any attention. She knelt in front of the small yellow Aisha, meeting his eyes earnestly. Hers were deep and silver, just as much pleading with him to understand as he was her for information...

by appaloosa500
Chronicles of the Court Rogue: Instincts - Part Six

Mareian sat next to the sleeping Jeran, unable to put the syringe away, yet unable to move her hand forward and give him the Werelupe cure...

by nimras23
Aubrise and the Gebmid Mystery: Part Six

Water was still rushing into the chamber from holes set high in the wall. Aubrise kicked the door in frustration but it refused to budge...

Art by rookina

by rookina

Prophecy of the Second Equinox: Part Five

Nothing was more inspiring than the night that was her home. Her skin rippled with an imagined gust of night air, and her senses spun with each heightened scent carried upon it. Nothing was more breathtaking, more glorious...

by laurelinden
Shad and Saura: The Story of Elversti - Part Four

Only a ladder led down to the bottom of the room and Shad quietly sent a mental plea to all good spirits and forces that would happen to float about around there. Ladders weren't his specialty...

by ssjelitegirl
The Battle for Kreludor: Part Four

Commander Krule was engaged in earning high scores in computer games when someone knocked on the door of his office. He looked up in agitation...

by azellica
One Last Song: Part Four

He was not cut out for this job. He was a lanky, knobby Lenny with fluorescent orange feathers that stuck up in all the wrong places, oversized feet, and was constantly pushing a pair of large, circular glasses up to his eyes as they frequently slid down his beak...

by mutedsanity
Defender Chronicles: The Beginning - Part Three

Jhudora smirked. "Yes, a demented Chia. If Neopia is to be taken, it won't be by some puny, weak-minded individual like him. I shall be the victor, or no-one. Understand?"

by toffee_choc
Roomies 2: Part Three

The yellow Aisha from the Neopian Planning Committee leaned over the counter of the Tombola with a shocked expression on his face upon finding Jhudora and Jesc hidden under the stand. "What are you doing under there?" he asked...

by vanessa1357924680
A Question of Worth: Part Two

All of the walls seemed to be made out of the same, somewhat flimsy-looking paper. He guessed that if there was any noise, it would carry well, but only once did he hear anything: the low murmur of a voice as someone said quietly, "Cloud. Flying Pteri. Good..."

by extreme_fj0rd
The Far Side: Part Two

"I always thought, 'some stranger is going to walk in that door, any minute now, and paint me Faerie so I can fly away.' I thought that everything would just magically fix itself, the way it does in fairy tales..."

by redcod323
 
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