“Shh. We don’t want to alert any creatures that might even be more dangerous,” Ruby warned him.
“Right, right,” Neddy said. Ruby took her bow off, readied an arrow, and aimed at the pegomastax. She closed one of her eyes, and with the release of the string of the bow the stone arrow went soaring through the air, hitting the thief right in the torso. It let out a shriek of pain and collapsed to the ground.
“Yes!” Ruby pumped her fist in the air. Neddy began to clap.
“Uhh, woooo you did it!” Neddy congratulated her. Ruby ran up to the dead thing, and Neddy followed closely behind. Ruby crouched down and pulled the arrow out of the body, putting it back into her quiver.
“Woah. That was a nice shot,” Neddy gasped.
“I know right? It feels like I’m getting better at shooting my bow.”
The two just stared at the corpse for a bit. Neddy looked at Ruby, asking,
“So what are we going to do with the body?”
“Isn’t it obvious?” Ruby giggled, “We’re going to eat it.”
“Well, not raw, dummy,” Ruby said, pulling out a crude pickaxe with a stone head. She began to whack at it, splitting the pegomastax in half. It was a gruesome task, but the next minute Ruby spent separating its body into slabs of meat. There was a little bit of its skin left over, which Ruby decided to keep for some reason. Ruby took the slabs of meat and then put them in her pouch. Then she picked the purple berries the pegomastax had robbed of Neddy and handed them to him.
“Here, have your berries back.”
Neddy carefully reached his hand out and scraped the berries off the palm of her hand. As he did he felt a tingle in his heart, but it quickly went away.
“Well, I guess we can go now,” Neddy said, taking a few pieces of wood off the ground and getting up.
“Yeah, let’s go,” Ruby softly replied. The two marched back to camp, the stars shining brightly above the forest top.
Ruby dived deep into the depths of the forest in search of firewood for a campfire. Her quiver slung over her shoulder and her bow hung over her neck, her eyes darted around the dark forest in an attempt to find any stray logs that may have fallen down.
“It’s so hard to see out here,” Neddy said aloud as she walked through the grass. Ruby let out a shriek and jumped around, taking her bow out and aiming at Neddy.
“Woah woah woah!” Neddy said, raising his hands in surrender, “Sorry for startling you. It’s just me, Neddy.”
“Oh,” Ruby let out a sigh of relief, “It’s just the weird guy.”
Neddy frowned at her words.
“Hey, what the heck man!”
“Can you blame me? You’re running around like a mad man with only your underwear on. And you smell too, by the way.”
Neddy grumbled and kicked at the dirt.
“Look I-I don’t know, okay? I was just so tired of having that graduation gown on. The past four years we had to just sit our butts down at a seat and learn some boring stuff. I wanted to just get outta there, maybe go live out in the countryside. Have a ranch. But now here we are, stuck on an island filled with dinosaurs.”
The moment was silent some more, and Ruby turned away guiltily.
“Maybe I should just make you a set of clothes like mine,” Ruby sighed.
“Well that’d definitely be appreciated,” Neddy chuckled. Ruby put her bow back in place, reached into a pouch on her pants’ belt, and pulled out a few dozen threads of plant fiber. She began to mash them together, intertwining and locking them together, and after a few seconds she made a pair of pants. Neddy’s jaw dropped as Ruby gave the pants to him.
“What the- How did you do that?” Neddy asked, dumbfounded. Ruby showed her left wrist and tapped the strange diamond-gem implanted in it. It glowed green for a second, then went away.
“The gem. That’s my power,” Ruby explained, “After Aurora and I found each other, we discovered the gems give us unique abilities. Aurora can chart the area by using the sky and stars, I was given the knowledge to craft whatever I needed to survive.”
“That explains a lot…” Neddy said.
“What do you mean?”
“The gem guided me to Samuel, and then you guys,” Neddy told her, “The gem glowed every time I was getting closer to one of you guys.”
“So that’s your ability?” Ruby noted, “That’s going to be useful.”
“For finding people?”
“No, for staying away.”
“But why would we want to stay away from people?” Neddy wondered, “We need as many allies as we can get. United we are stronger, right?”
“That was what I was thinking at first,” Ruby said, “But Aurora said we shouldn’t. We don’t know who to trust out there.”
“You can trust me though, right?” Neddy said with a grin. Ruby scowled at him.
“I don’t know about that, Neddy.”
Just then, they heard a really scratchy growl. Then a shriek, and a weird hairy four-legged creature jumped on Neddy! Neddy let out a scream of fear as it scratched Neddy, reached one of its ‘arms’ into his hand, and snatched a handful of purple berries. The four-legged creature began to run, and Neddy cursed at it.
“Damn it… A pegomastax?! Damn pest!” Neddy yelled at it as it ran. Ruby hushed him.
I take in a deep breath of fire and iron. It always gives me joy to see the guns and swords being forged in the armory. Weapons that we can use to fell the monsters of the island and the people here too.
I take one more breath and exit the armory into the cool fresh air of the beach. The red obelisk looms overhead. I remind myself that I am the son of Lord Redsaw, ruler of this village. I am the most skilled fighter possibly in the whole western coast, and I am one day going to rule the whole island.
A small ship docks in the harbor, carrying wood and stone shipments. My good friend Captain Malog is at the wheel. He waves to me as he hops off the ship, carrying a plank of lumber in his right hand. It’s been a week since I’ve seen him. He’s probably been smuggling high-price Spino sails from the northern rivers.
“Ah, my good friend, Prince Hashino. How has royalty been for you these days?”
“Good. Seems like you’ve been working your muscles.” I laugh as he picks up a large barrel of stone.
“Well, I’m not as strong as some of the pelt hunters I came across on my journey. Those guys can wrestle a wolf pack bare-handed. Terrifying fellows, really. How’s buisness here?”
“Profits are coming in good. Father had a shipment of bone jewelry sent out yesterday to the redwoods.”
Malog’s eyes flash just for a second. He may be a merchant, but he’s more of a pirate. The idea of a full shipment of jewelry obviously triggers his attention.
“Speaking of your father, how is the old man?” Malog asks.
“He’s planning an attack on the seafaring tribe in the southeast. Finally, a chance to defeat the other powerful tribes. A chance for GLORY!”
“Tsk. Glory.” Malog laughs. “That’s all you care about. I’m more of a money guy.”
“You’re a pirate.” I correct him.
“Yeah, but-“ he begins, but he’s interrupted by a soldier running up to us.
“Prince Hashino, the Lord has a message for you. It’s about the invasion.”
Rockwell has started out as a scientist interested in medicine and plant life and has become power hungry since disappearing after aberration only to come back here in genesis 2 with a vengeance on the player for trying to stop his plans of controlling the human race
The first people to wake up on the island weren’t much. They remembered a few things from their past lives, but didn’t dwell on them. They made a fresh start, new lives on the island. They built villages, tamed the wild beasts of the land, and lived their lives. It was peaceful, mostly, but they lacked order. The first generation of arrivals were disorganized and primitive. But eventually, they gave birth to the next generation. Not only new arrivals, but children who were born and lived their whole lives on the island. This is the story of the second generation. The generation that united (and divided) the ARK. The generation that would begin everything that was to come…
A summoner was dealing with a rather annoying female shadowmane. “Let. Me. GO!” It kept on yelling that over and over and OVER! “Stop it,” the summoner screeched, “Or I will put your friend out of his misery!”
“Do not touch him! If you do I will tear you to shreds!” The shadowmane then bit the summoner. He hissed. “Fowl fool! You will pay!” The summoner injected something into the shadowmane…
“Urrrg… Shade… Please… Help… me…” The shadowmane’s eyes then turned black and empty, black voids of nothing. “Who are you, shadowmane?” The summoner questioned. “I. Am. Servant. Of Rockwell…” the shadowmane said in a ragged voice. The test is complete… the summoner thought with delight. Now for an even bigger dose…
Tina originals. Next part on pego! (I don’t really know the name. It’s on the stealer thingy that isn’t the birds.)
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We walked in to the area where he has as most control knowing very well that he could rip us apart with his monsters easily. But we still went in, we had to take the chances.
-This is the end I guess. At least we die together! I said.
We went into his domain with full information of what lives in this area. We are risking are lives for the lives of others. Ones we entered I realized this was a mistake. WE… ARE… DEFINITELY… GONNA… DIE! I tripped on bits of flesh. A summoner hears it, it teleports to us. One of the guys who came here with me bolas the other one. Leaving her to die. He grabs my arm running away. I see her get ripped in half by the tentacles of this monster. Then he is grabbed by a reaper king and devoured. I run away not looking back as I hear heavy footsteps behind me. After a long time I make it to the control panel. I but down the bomb but. All it did was make the panel ready to be activated. I hear breathing behind me. It’s up to you now… SURVIVER!!! Save the world, NO! The UNIVERSE from his grasp. Save world you live in! Good luck! And bye!