Coal kept his head low. He slowly marched through the Strongholds halls, hunching his back and keeping his wings folded in. His feathers were ruffled and un-preened, but there was no time to stop. He had to do it. Tonight. Jethezzar would arrive for the council meeting soon. And he knew he couldn’t keep the prisoners waiting.
Torches flickered in the halls, a few fireflies buzzed near some glass where a lantern had fallen and shattered. Coal left it alone.
He finally arrived at the doors to the prisons, which were guarded by two soldiers, keeping their spears tucked under their wings and their beaks up.
“Good morning, Prince,” greeted one of the soldiers. Coal recognized Quake, one of his hatchery-mates. He, along with a few other young Terror birds, had grown up with Coal in the main palace Hatchery. But Quake, like his father, had slowly grown into a prideful, arrogant soldier. While they had a history together, Coal was no longer friends with him.
“Morning, Quake.” Coal nodded his head respectfully, then did the same to the second soldier, who straightened under his gaze.
“What brings you to the prisons?” Quake asked.
“I would like to speak with a few of the prisoners,” Coal explained.
“Oh,” Quake blinked, something flashing in his eyes. “Of course, but, If I may, this is not the right time to approach any of the prisoners. Tough night for most of them, still finishing their meals—“
“I said, I would like to come in.” Coal had no more time for delay. “Would you dare disobey the son of the Emperor?”
Quake gawked silently, swallowing hard. The second soldier kicked him hard and opened the door before Quake could intervene. “Of course not, young Prince,” the second said. “You may enter. But don’t be too long.”
“Watch out for their teeth,” Quake called as Coal entered the prisons.
Coal still led carefully through the halls, checking each cell. Lots of angry, tired and sleeping prisoners l, but so far no—
He instantly knew the Five when he saw them. He stopped by the bars. “Greetings,” he said to them.
One of the Five, a green, blue and yellow Rock Drake stood up. He blinked soft, confused eyes at Coal. “Hello. Who are you?”
Coal was momentarily distracted by his royal instincts. He drew himself up, irritated. “You don’t recognize me?”
“Nope,” said one of them—a pale ruby red Kaprosuchus. “What do you want?”
Coal wanted to push further and tell them about his royal blood—but he didn’t. He needed to get straight to the point.
I once had a griffen named atlas he was perfect a high level great stats it was great. When me and my friends play ark we have certain Dino’s that earn a legendary statues atlas got his by killing a alpha carno and raptor at once then we tried for a giga it was going good until I lost all of my Stam and we landed right by it atlas died fighting
I’m thinking of taming one I have the trap ready I practiced what to do and what to do if it doesn’t work but my fear is I’m not fast enough and it will kill my Argie the stage three of a dodo! Like this if I should try!?
These are my favourite for one reason im on server with some alright people I had an alliance with this guy called tibby he was helpful and kind for putting up with my chaotic nature but couple days ago he said that he would be going to marines soon but today he said his last goodbye he said I'm getting evicted from my home so I'm leaving the server. he gave me his prized Griffin King. In honor I'm naming every griffin King Tibby after him. Me and my tribe are having a memorial day for him