There was a splash as Forest tossed water over his face. The trickling of water from a large stalactite plopped into the small puddle. Forest lowered himself closer to take a quick drink.
Rust sat by him, preening his feathers roughly.
“You good?” Forest asked him. Rust had been rather quiet since they arrived.
“Perfect,” Rust mumbled, not looking up from his work.
“Ok,” Forest said.
“I don’t know, you don’t sound ‘perfect’, Rust.” Crimson said, walking into the cave. She threw several fish onto the floor. “Oh, and Nyx, guess you were right about the food. lots of fish here.”
“Crimson!” Nyx said, surprised. “How long have you been awake?”
Crimson blinked, right before tilting her head with a shrug and saying, “not long.” She nudged one of the fish. “Just go up early to do some hunting, that’s all. It’s not like any of you would have done it.” She made a wry smile a she said it, a very rare thing to see Crimson do.
“Hope you all slept good,” a voice echoed from outside of the cave. Moonbeam poked her head inside, glancing at each of the Five one by one. “Training’s soon.”
“When are we starting?” Spark asked.
“Not long from now,” Moonbeam said. “Eat, drink, get ready. And then meet me at the Central Cavern.”
She pulled her head back out of sight. A second later Rust whispered, “Does she not know I have no idea where that is?”
“She knows,” Moonbeam called, making Rust yelp. She peeked back into the cave. “She just wants you to try and find it yourselves. Try not to get lost.” And she disappeared once more.
“Gosh, I like her,” Rust said.
After they were all awake and ready, the Five went to the Central Cavern, the large cave where they had first met Orbit. Moonbeam was waiting for them, looking slightly bored. She faked a yawn as they arrived. “Finally,” She said. “Did you take a few more naps before you left?”
Nyx scoffed loudly and flicked her with her tail, and Moonbeam laughed. “I’m kidding,” she said. “You came rather quickly. Follow me, and we will begin the first part of your training.”
She led them to the largest den in the Cavern, a huge opening covered in hanging moss. Moonbeam ducked her head under and entered. The others followed.
Inside, skyholes filled with plants and hanging vines let rays of gold light in, glistening over several gemstones and relics throughout the den. A pale teal and gray Shadowmane entered from another room, looking tired.
“Cyan,” Moonbeam greeted the Shadowmane, inclining her head to the ground. “I have brought the Five here to train with you.”
“Oh, good,” sighed the elder. “This will be fun. Who would like to go first?”
“Wait, What are we doing?” Forest asked.
“All Shadowmane juveniles in the camp undergo this training with Cyan before they reach adulthood.” Moonbeam said. “it is a test.”
“You will go one at a time,” said Cyan in her creaking voice. “So lets do this quickly. Who will go first?”
“I will.” Forest said.
“the Rock Drake,” Exclaimed the elder. “Very surprising. Come close, young one.”
Forest cautiously padded over to her. “You are a brave soul,” she said to him.
“No, I’m a coward.” Forest said.
“We’ll see about that.” She whispered. “Now. What I am about to do will be very strange. But when I do, just remember, none of its real.”
Forest swallowed the lump in his throat, wondering if he’d really thought this through.
Then Cyan stepped forward, closing her eyes and touching her nose to Forests’.
Forcing down any panic he could find, Forest took a deep breath and closed his eyes.
Sooo. I live on the shoreline near the swamp island on Fjordur. Decided I wanted a meg. Went out. Did not find meg. Did find a parakeet school. Lvl 95 turtle. I decided to tame it. It was at 96.2 PERCENT AND I BIT IT ON ACCIDENT AHHHBHBBBHSJSBFJDK.
One day some random lost carbonemys was walking around an ocean biome terrarium and suddenly noticed a strange plant covered in glowing purplish veins and black marks, it was hungry, so the carbonemys ate the plant
The next day it felt very strange, it also noticed that everything seemed to have shrunk, it wandered around and fell down a hole and found itself in the sea, it saw a school of pretty glowing fish and decided to eat them, that made it dizzy and it started to see rainbow lights, then it started seeing double and it's shell started to bubble, and it sprouted an extra set of legs, it had became the world's first megachelon,
I was thinking of starting from the beginning, of the raids and the Theris and how hard it was to get on our feet, but I wanted to start at the exciting part. We are the Dodo Legion. The fanfictioner tribe on the mobile server Leech. We had lost many tames, notably an allo named Mean Kidd, but we had plenty of tames left. We were allied with the Tribe of Deino on Herbivore island. But disaster struck.
The tribe logs said that one of us killed the Deino’s bronto. We didn’t. I had logged off after being killed by allos in the north, and when I got onto the discord, DTG told me what happened.
The Deinos had broken the alliance. They were now our enemies. Unfortunately, our new saber and allo had been killed by kapros and sarcos on the way back to our base, but we had to raid them. They were enemies now, on our turf.
DTG led a solo raid with our bronto, House Removal. Their base was destroyed, their tames killed. House Removal was sadly killed during the battle, but we drove our enemies off the island, taking their items. But it wasn’t over. Shortly after, they attacked and wiped Lamprey’s base near Far’s Peak, which we had been using as an outpost. They killed our new galli, and me, while I was offline there. The war has begun, and we are planning our next strike!
I hoped you liked this! This is a true story and the events described happened earlier today. I will post new chapters as the war continues!
Locked and Loaded- Chapter 1 By Swamp Guy- This is the first story of Genesis Tales. There will be six stories in this saga.
Tentacle swam through the oceans, minding her own business. The X-Mosas and Megachelons paid no attention to her. The Genesis Ocean was quiet for once. The islands were black shadows at the surface that faded away as Tentacle swam down deeper, grappling at an X-basilosaurus.
“You can’t grab me, stupid squid!” The basilo laughed.
“Oh yeah?” Tentacle shouted. She whipped a tentacle hard and killed the basilo in one hit. She continued her way home.
When Tentacle got home, she was in for a horrible shock. All of her family members and friends in her colony lay dead, or rather floated, being harvested by survivors on X-Megalodons.
“What do I do? What do I do?” Tentacle panicked. She had swam to the surface to stay away from your survivors.
“Eat berries and hope for the best!” A squeaky voice said. A dodo peeked his head out from the edge of an island.
“You’re a squid!” He squeaked. “I’ve never seen one of your kind!”
“Yeah, we don’t come up here much. I’m Tentacle.”
“Call me Grey.” The dodo jumped off the island, and Tentacle watched in horror.
Grey landed square on her head.
“So,” he asked, “what’s a squid doing all the way up here?”
“My family got killed.”
“Oh no! Who did it?!”
“Survivors.” Tentacle snarled. “Who bent the Megalodon to their will.”
Grey looked sad. “I had a family once too, but they were poached by survivors as well.”
They both sighed a deep sigh, and then realized something.
“Together we can rid our ocean of the humans!” Grey squeaked.
“Right.” Tentacle nodded. “But first we have to build an army.”
Tentacle hooked a Eurypterid and brought it in to eat. It spoke. Eurypterids didn’t normally talk.
“Eat me, will you?” It scoffed. “Why, I’ll pinch you once and you’ll be asleep!”
Tentacle shoved it into her mouth. She had been hungry. So...hungry.
The war against the survivors was coming, and it was coming fast. Coming in the form of thousands of armed humans, riding tames, coming down to the depths to fight them. They were far away now, but they would arrive soon.
“We’re all ready to fight, Admiral Tentacle.” Surge said. He swam up to her.
“I just hope we win.” She said sadly. “For my family and my friends.”
Surge sighed. “All of us know how you feel, Tentacle. “We’ve had families too. Many of us have been orphaned by the survivors. Your pain lies with us too.”
Tentacle wanted to hug Surge, but she knew that that would just knock him out. She was ready. The humans would pay for what they had done.
“Hi, little friend.” Jana patted the dodo’s head.
“For your information, I’m not your friend, and my name is Grey. I am little though.”
“Am I responsible for the death of your family too?” Jana rubbed her eyes. All day long the creatures had been treating her like she was the murderer. She had never harmed a single creature, except for bugs. Bugs totally deserved to die.
“No, but your kind killed them. And Tentacle’s family too. I’m surprised at how kind and forgiving she was.”
“I’m so sorry for what my species has done,” Jana said, “but I haven’t harmed a single creature! Except for bugs, of course.”
Grey nodded. “Who wouldn’t want to harm bugs?”
“Are you still mad at me?”
“A little bit, but you seem like a decent person. Maybe I should give you a chance.”
“I’ve never had a conversation with a dodo before.”
“You’d be surprised when you talk to creatures.” Grey smiled. “They have a lot to say.”
So this is how they turtles are on lost island. I know genisis 1 was before lost island, however, if these are on lost island, they probably saw them on lost island and coded them into the simulation so what I’m saying, I may sound crazy. But, lost island was probably before genisis 1.
Not sure if I am the only one with this problem but every time I mounted a Dino after getting the swarm to it, the swarm would vanish and taming would go to 0. Also to get mine I cryo’ed three megalodon so I could toss them out one at a time, whistle to follow me and whistle for them to attack things that were in range and if they killed it and came back I would whistle passive because sometimes they come back and attack the megachelon. I had a x-bow for the salmon but all they did was swim away and vanish, maybe the salmon thing only matters if you trapped it, not sure. I would also recommend eating when it surfaces, I almost died of hunger until someone told me you could have a megalodon follow you, swim to the surface and without mounting it you can stand on its back with its face poking out and eat that way.
Good luck, it’s fun and annoying at the same time.