John once again awoke in a strange land, only this time he recognized it. It was Earth. Not a doubt in his mind. He was positive. "What happened?" He whispered. "At least you know what all of this tech is," said Mei Yin's voice. A voice flickered across his mind, more like a roar. "I really don't," John said. This looked more like the future. "Heard the roar yet?" Said a voice, startling the living daylights out of John. "Name's Santiago. I've been here a while." "What the-What is this place? " John asked while Mei Yin was thinking practically the same thing. Helena was gone. Did she ascend? It was hard to tell. A robotic lizard flashed in front of John to check out the newcomer. It started intensely. "I call it an Enforcer. It seems like it protects the city. Can teleport and climb, but it eats Element Dust," said Santiago. "Are you a friend or enemy?" John asked. "Well, come find out!" Santiago said.
You land in the abandoned city, the ancient walls gleaming faintly around you.. Your Pteradon still panting from your deadly escape from a Snow-Owl... You slide down the leather saddle off your Pteras' back.. You walk slowly toward a small stream, your implant gleaming in your wrist.. you bend down to drink.. You stand up. Refreased, you turn..the pearlescent, silver face of a enforcer glares back.. You look past it, alarmed, only to see the stiff, bloody body of your once beloved Petra lying behind it.. Dead... You gasp.. You stare deep into the enforcers, cold, emotionless eyes.. That is the last you ever see, your scream echoing around the long-abbandoned walls and streets of the city.. You body drops to the ground, amid a small patch of yellow wildflowers and shrubs.. beside your beloved Petra. The enforcer scuttles away, into the starlets night. Your scarlet blood seeping into the ground and mingling with your Pterdons'..
Ok we can all agree that this is one of the most Interesting creatures in the game there are lots of theory’s about the enforcer but where here to hear my theory. One thing I want to mention is that you never see his face with make the enforcer MORE mysterious. Now my theory is the enforcer fought in geninsis but got damaged and corrupted. The king titan found and took him to extinction and repaired the creature. Then he named in the enforcer. I now this theory sounds dumb it’s because it is.
There was a scrabble of claws on stone. A few wing flaps later, there was another, larger set of talons entering the room. The emperor ceased at his writing and slowly turned his head to see the general behind him, bowing deeply.
“Beyla attacks just north-east of the stronghold,” she said, diving right into the subject.
“Oh dear,” Avalanche rasped, pausing to continue his writing. “Was anyone injured?”
“Not much. The soldiers is the area fought bravely, and eventually the Queen retreated back into her cave.”
“Good,” said the emperor, dipping his claw into some ink. “Seal the cave entrance. We don’t want it coming back any time soon. You may leave.” He turned away, focusing his eyes on his document. Dear son, he wrote neatly.
“Of course, sir—“ the general was brambling on, fluffing her wings, “I’ll send soldiers as soon as possible to seal it—but—pardon me—sir—there’s more.”
Avalanche swung his head abruptly in her direction. “More what?” He asked horsely.
“More news,” she said. “Many of the soldiers claim they saw the Five.”
“The five?” Avalanche repeated. “What in Fjordur are you talking about?”
“If I may remind you, they are the carnivores out ally warned us about.”
“Ahh,” the Emperor rasped. “The Five…Hmm. Are you sure?”
“Almost positive.” The general answered. “We believe they are even the ones who triggered the Beyla attack.”
Avalanche suddenly doubled over in a fit of coughs, then regained his strength and stood tall. “What were they?”
“According to most of the soldiers, there was a Kaprosuchus, a Deinonychus, and a Rock Drake.” She said.
“What about the other two?”
“We’re not certain. Some say one was a Shadowmane—but Cavern says that the Dive escaped in the turmoil of the visiting Shadowmane group—so it could have been a misunderstanding.”
Avalanche coughed again and again, covering his face with his wing. “I’m getting too old for this,” he murmured quietly.
He took a deep, shaky breath. “If your asking for permission to capture the Five, General, then you have it. If they are a threat to my reign, then I don’t want them scurrying about in my territory. But you must capture all Five, do you understand?”
“Yes, sir.” She said. “I will lead the search myself. I will also send a group to seal the Beyla cave at once. We will not fail.”
“A l l F i v e,” he repeated, looking her in the eye.”
She bowed a second time before turning away and exiting the room, leaving onto Avalanche and his roomkeeper. All was once again quiet.
A few moments passed. Avalanche coughed weakly.
“Shall I fetch you some food, sir?” His roomkeeper asked.
“No Thankyou,” he said with a small smile. “Please leave me in peace for a bit. I must get back to my document.”
The roomkeeper bowed and left. Avalanche sighed and continued writing.
The Five. He could stop thinking about it.
“They will destroy your land,” his ally had said to him. “If I don’t help. This prophecy—“ he’d thrown a scroll at Avalanches feet—“it was written my a carnivore full of lies. You and me will reveal the truth together.
As the old emperor continued writing, he got more and more sidetracked.
What had the project said?
He coughed, dipping his claw into more ink. Thinking, he swept away his document and pulled out another blank scroll to write in.
Think. What had it said?
He puzzled over the first few words, then gradually, wrote it all down.
So i am a master artist, so I made mine look like a stick, and probably the most stupid dude came over, probably thinking it was a just another stick and punched it and, well died. Than I made one look like a rock, and the same guy came over and pulled out a C4 bomb and put it on, and blew it up. From this day on (last month) I will never paint my Enforcers like the area. Around me.
Woo! I finally got to give you the full prophecy! You’ve probably already decoded most of it already. Yee does it sound alright? I needed to make it sound like something Peeri would say. Let me know what you think yu Snail section!
Zero had waited to long, no scout had come, Zero was alone. Zero needed to recharge soon, but did not have an scout to show Zero what to kill. Zero still did not know where he was, Zero tried to check the maps in the data base, but non of them knew where Zero was. Zero took a step forward, then another, then another, until Zero realized that Zero was on some kind of circular platform. All of a sudden light appeared around Zero, it came closer and closer, Zero was trapped in the circle of light, he did not want to touch the light, then, Zero was gone. Zero opened Zeros eyes, he could not see color, his vision was blue, but from the looks of the plants, the place Zero was in, was extremely green. Zero looked at the maps again, Zero was in the sanctuary, yes, that was right. Zero, still needed to recharge, so he wandered, Zero paid no attention to the animals around Zero as he couldn’t see them well and needed to recharge so Zero could not afford to be distracted. Zero was walking. Wait. Zero felt it, Zero felt the familiar hum and whisper, but it was faint. Zero followed the hum to a metal pole, scanning, scanning, scanning, it was a lamppost, Zero destroyed it. Zero found piles of element dust on the ground from destroying the lamppost, and ate them all, Zero, was recharged.
“What the-“, Max slammed into Kyle, knocking him backwards, then leaped onto him and shoved his face into the dirt. Kyle struggled against Max but couldn’t get him off, so he relaxed and stopped struggling, Max loosened his grip and Kyle pushed him off. “Damn you!” Max shouted.
“What the hell are you doing!?”
“You murdered my brother, so I murder you!”
No, you’re mistaken, I didn’t kill him, I stayed awake all night to find the killer, I saw it, but it got away just before you came out” Kyle explained.
“Yeah right!” Max shouted.
Kyle then did one thing, punched him in the mouth, knocking out one tooth. Then there was a shout and the tribe leader appeared with his second in command, and they dragged the two apart.
I have to stop now, even though the chapter isn’t finished, bye.
Ah. I’m so glad I’m back and I can say random things at the beginning of my stories
Zero crept up to the back of the building. there weren’t as many dinosaurs here, therefore, being safer for vulnerable Zero. Zero stopped as Zero got closer, almost too close, but Zero couldn’t see otherwise. Zero scanned the building. The building itself was in good condition, although quite primitive, this was odd since most of the buildings here were old and covered by foliage and greenery. There were only two animals here at the back of the building, an iguanadon and a stego. Both diets, herbivore. Both temperaments, neutral. Because of this, Zero figured Zero would be safe, Zero wasn’t planning on attacking anyway. Zero slowly and cautiously walked between the two herbivores “guarding” the back of the building. The two creatures didn’t react or even turn to face Zero, they just seemed to stare off into the distance. Zero prodded at the hefty stone wall before Zero, testing its stability, before climbing up the wall. As Zero came to the window, he cautiously peeked in, not wanting to be seen by any aggressive creatures possibly hiding in the building. Within the building, as far as Zero could see, which wasn’t very far, there were a few primitive appliances. There was a mortar and pestle, and a cooking pot, Zero thought he could see more, but Zero wasn’t sure what. Zero, concentrating, trying to make out shapes through the window, jumped as he heard noises from below, Zero nearly lost Zero’s grip. Zero looked down. Zero could see a defense unit, the stego, and the iguanodon engaging in battle. Zero clung closer to the wall, if Zero fell, Zero would land in the middle of the battle, and statistics say there would be a very low chance of Zero’s survival if that happened.