I now am alone as I made my departure with the wizard twins I still thought of petal but she was nothing but a speck of memory in my head more but she doesn’t matter anymore, but I knew this was coming.
As a wood dragon I had always work with the clans wood work, but I knew zohakuten had to be alive I mean he’s to powerful to die now.
“I-I miss zohakuten I always loved his company but all good things must come to an end” I said, as I looked around despite being blind, I heard the noises of the talking clan mates, I knew this was coming I mean it’s true that all good things must come to an end
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Zohakuten helped the twin wizard gather the remaining things, and got out of there with the twin wizards,”I believe I didn’t get your name I got you other twin hunter” zohakuten said,” my name is star” said star running and talking at the same time, zohakuten thought of petal but was forgetting about her due to him thinking he was a monster around her, but he also thought of the rule. To. Never. Be. With. Humans
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Leather is a better trainer than Abel I’ll be honest, “zohakuten is dead the whole clan’s believe in it but I don’t want to” I said stubbornly “I know it’s hard and it’s hard for me to but we have to accept he’s gone” leather said, “but I-i guess” I said looking at the sunrise, and I thought when do I see you again zohakuten
I really like these humans way better than my clan but they’re right next to petal they might even surpass petal in terms of who I like, petal was a unless dragon anyway a blind one, she did gave me a chance but who cares she never came for me
Chapter 15 will have the worst plot twist I will ever because I suck at making plot twists
Cole sat on his bed, staring out the window in the direction on Arianna’s house daydreaming about…well Arianna when his bedroom door opened and Leah waltzed in. “Guess what Cole? Tom asked ME on a DATE!!” Leah exclaimed dreamily, her cheeks rosy. “Huh, that’s cool.” Cole said distractedly. Leah cocked her head at him. “Whatcha looking at?” She asked mischievously. “Nothing.” Cole replied rather quickly. Leah smirked. “You know Cole…you should ask Arianna out if you like her so much.” Leah said slyly. Cole looked up startled. “What? No. I mean- I can’t. I mean…maybe.” Leah smirked again and then waltzed from the room to “pick out a dress” leaving Cole to wonder what to do. Should he ask Arianna out? He really liked her, he couldn’t deny it but would she say yes? And did she like him back?
*ding dong!* the doorbell rang. Leah’s cheeks blushed and she walked as slowly as she could without seeming to giddy to the door. She opened the door and was greeted by the sight of Tom’s bright green eyes and charming smile. He had his black hair slicked back and he wore a coat and a tie. Leah wore a beautiful emerald green dress. “Hi Tom.” She said sweetly. Tom blushed and quietly held out his arm for her. She took it and the walked off. Nathan and Kate watched them go. Kate wiped a few tears from her face. “My little girl is all grown up.” Kate said,sniffing. Nathan put his arm around his wife. “It’s okay honey.”
They went to a romantic spot in a meadow. The meadow was filled with flowers and butterflies and nearby was a lovely waterfall. The sounds of the soothing waterfall filled the air. They chose a spot and laid a checkered towel down for them to sit on. They feasted on roast beef, carrots, and potatoes then for dessert carrot cake. Tom could barely eat, he was primarily focused on Leah. Her blue eyes glowed with happiness and her blonde hair looked gold in the sun. The sky was filled with purple and orange light as the sun began to lower. “It’s so beautiful.” Leah marveled. “Yeah it is.” Tom agreed. Leah looked at him. She blushed when she realized he wasn’t talking about the sunset, but about her. Tom plucked a white tulip with gold edges from its stem. He carefully tucked her hair behind her ear and tucked the flower there as well. They gazed into each other’s eyes and began moving their faces closer and close until…their lips were touching. It was a long kiss that Leah thought would never end and to be honest…she didn’t want it to. Finally Tom broke apart from her. They looked at each other sheepishly. Leah smiled at him and scooted close to him. She laid her head on his shoulder and together they sat there watching the sun go down.
Is that a good romantic moment Ben? Anyways…chapter eighteen coming up soon!
Zohakuten hasn’t been her for the past month I wonder if he’s dead or anything, I wish he could see my wings I went through my metamorphosis a week ago, I want zohakuten to teach me how to fly, the trainer I currently have it torture he talks about the other calms instead of teaching me how to fly, but he teaches a bit about flying, “petal, how are you doing especially with your wings?” My trainer names Abel asked “better than last time” I responded,”anyways imma go hunting see you later” Abel said flying off, I miss zohakuten I love(AS A BROTHER OR FATHER FIGURE) him, I hope he’s still alive, I don’t want him to be dead.
I hope zohakutens okay I was one of his trainers and I agree with petal I hope he isn’t dead, but all we gotta do is hope he isn’t although I bet Abel wants him dead so he can be with petal, I hope your okay zohakuten.
Ten(I think) more chapters to go! Until the horrible and not plot twist
As zohakuten woke up his injury was wrapped in cloth as a voice in the shadows introduced themselves, they’re name was hunter he was a human wizard, he didn’t speak much but zohakuten knew this wasn’t a regular place….it was a basement a possible….fighting ring room
Zohakuten was confused was it a fighting ring? Some kind of basement? No he can’t see anything the oil lamp only kept giving him little light he can’t tell, he had a flashback….of a dragon that looked like him but more red who was it?…..once he snapped back he saw the same wizard but different? “Me and my brother used this old fighting for refuge” said the wizard “oh and we’re twins”….”I can see that?” Said zohakuten “but we N.E.E.D to get out of her and your gonna come with us” the twin wizard said
“Wait, wait, stop, stop! I didn’t mean to trespass!” he cried as he shielded his face, “I just, I was just scouting the area out, because someone ordered me to.”
Bob lowered his torch for a second, and after seeing his face his eyes widened.
“Agent Apex?” Bob asked with his mouth agape in shock.
“H-Huh? Who are you talking about? Who’s that?” the boy asked, confused and looking around for any potential ‘agents’. But Bob couldn’t believe it. The boy in front of him was quite literally, Agent Apex. A prestigious agent who was the most loyal to D.T. Guy, it didn’t make sense that he was here!
Bob began to walk around the scholar, inspecting him intently and looking at every single aspect of his body. He was still wearing cloth clothes still, and had literally no tools or weapons to his disposal. Plus, he was pretty big too. Giant, even. He looked to be at least seven feet tall, it was almost as if he was Goliath!
“You’re quite a big boy, what’s your name?” Bob asked the mysterious figure.
“A-Alan. My name is Alan,” the boy answered. He moved his hands to the back of his head as he lay on the ground, “But, now that you mention that name, I was called Apex. But in a different way. The football team called me the ‘Apex Predator’, because I was so tall and giant. The football coach really REALLY wanted me to be on the football team, b-but I don’t really like football so I didn’t join-”
“Hm. Okay. Well Alan, you don’t seem like a threat. What the heck are you doing all the way out here anyway?” Bob asked, “I’m all the way out here in the center of the island. No one dares tread inward where all dangerous beasts are with no weapons.”
“Some mean lady ordered me to go inland to find people, or else…” Alan replied, “Or else she’d beat me to a pulp!”
Alan sniffled a tear. Bob sighed and facepalmed.
“Come on, Alan. You’re taller than Lebron! No one can pick on you.”
“But, but you just did. You just had me tripping over nothing.”
“I’ll make you stronger, how about that?” Bob proposed, lending a hand to help Alan up, “I’ll take you in.”
Alan looked up at Bob reluctantly, but then eventually gave in and grabbed his hand. Bob helped him up, and Alan hugged him.
“Woah!” Bob shouted.
“Thank you, thank you!” Alan wept with joy, “Thank you so much! W-Who even are you? Are you a teacher or something at Terran High? You look so old. But, you know you look a little familiar, like I’ve seen you on television.”
Bob paused, and then nodded, a bit frustrated with that old comment.
“Yes. I was a coach at Terran High. I was the… tennis coach,” Bob said, “You can just call me, Bob. No formalities needed. I’m not a coach anymore, now that we’re here.”
“Oh, okay, well thank you so much Bob!” Alan said with tears in his eyes.
“Of course, of course.”
“So, so what will we do first?” Alan asked giddily, jumping around like a puppy, “What will you teach me?!”
Bob smirked at the sight. He had never seen someone so excited about being taught by him. It reminded him of the good old days, back when the original game came out, and beginners flocked for help…
“Well, let’s start with something easy,” Bob replied, “Taming a T-Rex!”
With one final swing, Bob had managed to chop down another tree with his trusty metal hatchet. He let out a sigh of relief, as he bent over to chop the tree down into small little bits.
“Just enough wood to finish my base up,” Bob muttered to himself.
Ever since Bob had been sent to the Ark by that evil, obsessed lunatic, the President, he had been planning his moves carefully and strategically. He knew that he needed to progress as fast as he could, as he didn’t know if the President would try to sabotage him if he grew too powerful. He couldn’t take that risk, and plus, he didn’t know how far the scholars that were placed on the Ark before him had progressed either. He didn’t know if they were still at the bottom of the food chain, struggling to survive against basic predators like Raptors or Dilophosaurus, or if they were already capable of creating metal tools. Either way, the faster Bob got his base built and started his hunt for taming beasts it would make the path to ascension easier.
“I hope the President didn’t mess with anything here on the Ark,” Bob thought as he collected the pieces of wood and began to haul stacks and stacks back to the construction site, “Otherwise, the knowledge I have may be outdated.”
One thing Bob knew for certain was that he had no implant. Bob knew that the President had altered the implants to be special gems that gave special abilities, rather than how they were in the original game. It made it harder for Bob to get started on his base, because without the implant he wasn’t able to craft anything of use. He had to travel around the area to collect blueprints and loot from beacons to give himself a head start, and even then it was still dangerous considering the area he was placed in.
Whatever. The more Bob thought about it, the harder the game would be. He needed to focus on building shelter, then going out to tame an Argentavis so that he could keep scouting the area for more beacons and potential settlements he might need to keep an eye out for.
“It won’t be hard whatsoever,” Bob thought, “But it sure is a lot more stressful when you’re in the game itself.”
As Bob returned back home, he dropped all of the wood onto the sand. Bob had decided to settle near the river he had arrived at, which was located close to the Redwood Forests, a hotspot for dinosaurs that would be useful for the future. He took out a blueprint for a ceiling made of stone, looked up at his stone base, and smirked.
“Good. We’re almost done here,” Bob said as he put the blueprint away.
The next hour he spent smashing stone, wood, and thatch together to create ceilings for his base. He had always remembered a saying that stuck to him whenever he played the original game, “Big bad dinosaurs can blow down straw and stick, but not brick.”
Bob just hoped it would apply here too.
But as Bob hauled the ceilings up onto his strong shoulders and attached them to the walls, he heard chatter outside of his house.
“Oooh, this house looks cool! I wonder who lives here,” a voice echoed outside the house.
“There’s no way. Someone’s out there,” Bob thought with a groan. He reached for his hide pockets and pulled out a bola. He took his torch out, and with a flicker the flame burst from the top.
Bob began to wind the bola up in the air, and then afterward he kicked the door open with his foot. He turned to the side, and quickly threw the bola at the unsuspecting scholar. The string and rocks tied around the boy’s limbs, and he let out a scream as he tripped and fell onto the sand. Bob ran forward to whack him with the torch, but the scholar yelled,
Zohakuten realizes what the voice it was a human but a poachers, he attacked the poacher immediately but more came he let out the other pack mates and he was shot by a bullet the camp was a mess, but they were in the middle of a battle, until he was shot with a dart and dragged away by something or someone
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