My level one-twenty dodo sitting on my redwoods tree platform. My level one-twenty dodo be living life on the tree platform. The other animals talk to my level one-twenty dodo. If this gets 20 likes I will bring the dodo to the overseer fight when I get to that point.
“Yeah.” Said Orbit. He gestured to the Five. “Stay right behind me. Moonbeam, come on.”
They were led outside of the cave and back through the main cavern, where Orbit took a right turn.
A giant rock loomed in a large curve of the clearing, where Orbit was heading. When they reached it, him and Moonbeam jumped onto its base and climbed of the top of the rock.
"Everyone!” Orbit called from the rock. “Everyone assemble for a Camp Gathering.”
Shadowmane after Shadowmane arrived, until there was a crowd big enough to fill the largest cave. Once everyone was present, Orbit cleared his throat quietly.
“You all may have heard by now, that Nyx— Chief Blazehearts daughter— has returned.”
The crowd bustled happily, several Shadowmanes brightening.
Orbit sighed deeply. “But unfortunately, the others have not. Blazeheart and the rest of the group are still at Runheimr.”
“All will be explained soon enough.” Orbit said. “But there are other matters to attend to. Although the rest did not come, Nyx has not returned alone. Come on up.”
Forest, Crimson and Rust were first, with Nyx jumping up afterwards.
Forest wheeled around to see Spark, who hesitated. “I’ll just—stay down here.”
“What's wrong?” Forest asked her.
“its—its just a little high.” Spark said nervously.
‘Oh.’ “It’s not that high,” Forest said comfortingly. “Come on. Its Ok.”
She looked up at him. “Ok.”
“These are the juveniles who have helped Nyx return to us,” Orbit was saying from the top of the rock. Forest and Spark stepped up and climbed side by side, stopping to sit just behind Moonbeam.
“We believe that they are the Five.”
This did not seem to satisfy anyone at all. Snarls erupted from parts of the crowd, making Forest feel very, very small, even at the top of that rock above them all.
“Quiet!” Moonbeam roared. “let him speak.”
Orbit gazed down at the mass of Shadowmanes. “I didn’t believe at first either, but so far, everything this prophecy is telling us seems to be true. Evil is lurking, although we don’t know what kind yet. It’s hard to believe, but it’s not impossible. We have to at least be careful. Things like this have happened before—"
“This isn’t Pandora!” A small Shadowmane yelled from the crowd. “That dragon was killed years ago. She’s long gone, if she ever even existed at all.”
“Pandora may be gone,” Moonbeam broke in, “but what did you think? that all evil in the world just died along with her? that nothing bad was ever going to happen again?”
“We l o s t our h o m e.” Moonbeam continued. “Do you really want to stand by and do nothing as others lose theirs? Just like the times of Pandora? Listen, I know several of you are not exactly for this prophecy, but we can n o t be against it.”
“Even if they are who they say they are,” called out an old-looking Shadowmane, “how do you know we can trust them?”
Moonbeam looked down at him, then glanced back at Forest and the others, her expression vacant.
“I mean seriously,” the Shadowmane went on. “One’s a Deinonychus, for Fjordur’s sake.”
Forest glanced at Rust, who was staring down at the ground, blinking.
After a moment, Moonbeam turned back to the crowd below, and yelled, “have you forgotten that Nyx is one of these Five?? Would she betray us? Would she work against us?”
More Shadowmanes talked amongst themselves, whispering and snarling at one another. “So what do we do?” Asked one.
Moonbeam and Orbit met each other’s gaze. A second later, Orbit nodded and stepped back up to the edge of the rock, his voice carrying acrossed the camp. “The prophecy doesn’t tell us much, but we do know these Five are a part of it.”
“It’s not safe!” called the tiny voice of a Shadowmane kit. “Trust no one. That’s what Blazeheart says.”
Forest regarded the small, brightly colored kit. An older Shadowmane pulled him closer to her, and Orbit said sadly, “I know. He is a very smart Shadowmane. I wish he were here too, to make the decision or us.” He let out a breath. “According to Nyx, back at Runhiemr, when these carnivores came to Blazeheart seeking help, he took them in. He trusted them.”
“So I have decided… that the Five will be kept here. To train.”
Do people want me to remake a Velonasaur’s tale? (I only got 2 chapters) if this gets 20 likes (I know I already started a like goal.) then I will start doing Velonasaur’s tale again. Also the chapters are back before the crystal king so it’s not really that good.
I was on lost island and flew with my snow owl over the volcanos and saw a cave i thought it was a normal cave. I was wrong. I got smacked by the magmas and my owl was gone to be never seen again😭. I wanted revenge. I wanted VENGANCE. And justice for my favorite owl i grinded enough stuff to make an turret tower slaughtert the males the females even the children and got a few eggs from them. THE END
GUYS THESE DUDES EAT STONES OR METAL AFTER THEY REACH ADULTHOOD!!! I spent 1 1/2 hours searching for sulfur on Lost island but they eat frik’n stones! UP SO LITERALLY EVERYONE CAN SEE THIS it made me so angry they don’t tell you this on ark wiki or Dododex
John opened his eyes, holding his hand out in front of them to shield his eyes. He sat up, brushing dirt off himself. But when he looked around, he had no idea where he was. He sat in the middle of a clearing, surrounded by thick vegetation and towering trees, snake-like vines dangling off them. He didn’t understand how he could’ve gone from the streets of Philadelphia to some random jungle in an instant. John stood up, more dirt falling off his body. As John looked around in an attempt to get his bearings, he heard a twig snap in a bush to his right. John whipped his head in the direction of the noise, his mind racing.
‘What is that,’ he thought. ‘Could it be some leopard or crocodile.’ Suddenly, John saw a light blue and white blur tumble out of the undergrowth. John jumped back slightly, before realizing what was in front of him. Before John sat a plump, dumb-looking bird.
“Oh,” John said, breathing a sigh of relief. “It’s just a fat bird.” Just than, a scaly animal with a few feathers around it’s body pounced out of the bushes and landed right on the bird.
This is a rockdrake nicknamed "magmasaur" and the other one is "managarmr" but we'll get to her later.
Magmasaur snarled as they pulled him into a cage. Once in, a giant tek wall fell over everything, and he could only see Managarmr through a glass panel. The room he was in heated up fast, he felt his talons growing to release heat, and his face became broader. Small holes in his back arose, making Magmasaur bellow with agony. His tail stretched out and his feathers burned to ashes. He fell on the floor as he awaited the 24 hour cycle of being in here. He turned to a scorched fire black with lava bubbling out of his holes. He soon became immune and his claws sharpened, now good for gathering rocks. He felt himself turn a comfortable heat state, like he wanted to live with this now.
Let's take a look at Managarmr.
Managarmr tried to claw the humans pushing into her into the cage, but she was tied down. They pulled the chain bola away and shut a giant tek wall door thing. She saw Magmasaur in the other chamber, writhing with pain. Managarmr shuddered, not just because of that sight. The room started to freeze, and as it got colder she saw her feathers turn into a more, leathery winged type. Her front talons merged into one to keep the heat in, and her back talons quickly spread out. A dark purple gas blasted her in the face as she felt her scales turn into fur and wires. She never felt so much pain. Managarmr grew wooden horns because of the gas, and then the door opened. Suddenly, the humans grabbed her with a chain bola and took hold of her haunches. They inspected it for a bit, then Managarmr felt a piercing pain as they struck it with element and cold booster feet. She got hold of herself and blasted icy breath onto the humans, making them freeze. She opened the door for Magmasaur, who looked worse. Beckoning him to come out, they went to their ideal environments across the universe.