Ok so I had a world and we killed an alpha while getting wyvern eggs and we put it in the obelisk then that world got deleted but the milk stayed and it never rot but I loved the world and the stuff we had on it
stormclaw [max lvl lightning, i was highly attached to it. went through alot to get their egg] and me were going for a ride, looking for a titanasaur to kill or a giga, but, we found a giga. a max lvled gig. and we had juuuust ran out of stamina. so, i tried to get away before i lost stamina but it was too late. i didnt care about the tek gear i lost, or all the stuff i had grinded for....i could get that back. i cant get stormclaw back....if i get 50 likes i will make a shrine made out of tek, including a tek force feild/ sheild. R.I.P stormclaw :((((
Okay, guys. Listen up. I'm starting a new story alongside Origins. It's called Dark Dragons. The main characters are Copper the Lightning Wyvern, Spark the Fire Wyvern, Astatine the Poison Wyvern, Frostbite the Ice Wyvern, Sunami the Tropical Crystal Wyvern (Purposefully misspelled), Amber the Ember Crystal Wyvern, Bloodstaine the Blood Crystal Wyvern (Purposefully misspelled), and Emerald the regular Crystal Wyvern. Here's the first chapter.
Dark Dragons: Chapter One: The Broad Skies
Bloodstaine was no longer unconscious. She had woken up after being tired out by a Giganotosaurus. "Ughhh, where am I?", she asked. She was in an unfamiliar area that she had been exploring and was assaulted by a Giganotosaurus. The sky had embers flying throughout it. She was near a volcano. She heard wings flapping. "Who are you?!", she asked, spinning around frantically. "Relax. I'm hear to help," a deep voice said. She saw a beautiful orange dragon descend from the sky. "Who are you?", she repeated. "Amber," he said. "And who are you?", he asked Bloodstaine.
Samuel was jolted awake to the feeling of something pecking away at his arm. The sun was barely rising, and he could feel sand across his back, and everything felt soft yet rough. He groggily lifted his head, and he could see an ocean with waves crashing on the beach and…
“Hold on just a moment, why am I at the beach? And what is pecking at me?” Samuel thought, a sickness crossing his stomach. He turned his head to see a strange bird staring at him curiously.
“AHHHHHHH!” Samuel let out a high-pitched shriek as he skittered away from the strange creature. His pupils began to shrink in fear, and his graduation robe started to feel itchy, his chest tensing up and his hairs raising up on end. The bird had soft, big feathers running across its body, and a large beak that could eat his fingers in one bite. Samuel couldn’t recognize the creature, but it looked harmless enough.
“Okay, okay, it seems friendly enough, but,” Samuel looked around at the palm trees and the sandy plains with horror in his eyes.
“WHERE THE HECK AM I?!”
Samuel slowly got up from the sand, brushing the sand off of his gown and taking a look at the sights around him. This definitely wasn’t Terran High, that was for sure. There were tropical bushes and palm trees scattered about the land, and he could see a large river running by the land, with large, big-eyed fish swimming by. Samuel squinted his eyes, and he could’ve sworn he saw giant turtles roaming around in the distance.
“A mythical land with weird creatures, like the bird, this has gotta be a dream,” Samuel muttered to himself. He looked at all of his body parts. He once heard that if anything in your body seemed off, you were in a dream.
“Hmm, everything looks normal,” Samuel whispered as he checked his hands, wrists, and legs. He ran his hands across his body, but didn’t feel anything out of the ordinary. And it all felt real enough.
“Definitely not a dream,” Samuel sighed, “How could this have even happened? This is something that only happens in a fantasy world, or story. That thing that happened in the sky was probably the root of all of this.”
Samuel dropped to his knees and began to sulk, groaning to himself in frustration.
“Man, I was just about to get out of high school and now this happens! Maybe I should just *give up* and save myself the trouble.”
The strange bird rustled its feathers and plopped down in the sand next to Samuel, rubbing its head against its gown with a sort of comfort in its actions. Samuel shot a glance at the bird and couldn’t help but let out a chuckle.
“Heh, you must be like a dog, huh? Y’know what, maybe you weird creatures aren’t so bad after all,” Samuel grinned, “And maybe I shouldn’t give up. There’s always a way outta any situation. Gosh, I sound like that nerd Aurora now.”
Samuel stood up from the ground, a smile plastered across his face, and his hands on his hips as if he were a superhero.
“Okay, I have no idea how to survive in this type of place, because it’s the first time I’ve been brought to a strange world in my life,” Samuel told himself, “So, perhaps we should go exploring. Maybe we can find a boat outta here.”
So with that, Samuel and his new bird friend set out down the beach, the rays of the sun casting a divine glow on the two of them. Samuel felt determined, and for some reason, he felt… fulfilled.
“I actually feel a lot better,” Samuel realized, “Like this could be the best thing that happened to me.”
The bushes next to Samuel rustled, and Samuel let out a yell of surprise. The weird bird also squawked, and Samuel grabbed a nearby rock off the ground and aimed at the bush.
“Get out of there or else I’m gonna throw this thing at you!” Samuel screamed.
“Okay okay, I’m sorry for scaring you!” a voice responded. Samuel’s eyes widened. Another person was here?
A half-naked individual crawled out of the bushes, and he had nothing but his underwear on. He had a bowl cut with black hair and had glasses that were taped together. Freckles littered his face like trash would on a beach.
“Hey there,” the man awkwardly smiled, “I didn’t think there’d be another guy here. My name is Neddy.”
I hope you enjoyed my story, I took some advice and shortened it. It ended up working out in the end. And no, I didn’t forget about specimen implants. Yes, I added a dodo companion to the story, you’ll see why. - Ben
I had this idea, that wild card should pick one map to get rid of all types of wyverns and just make a normal type of wyvern. And just let it have normal moves with no elemental moves. And have different missions like genesis that you earn like fire element, electric element, poison element, maybe water and wind element, and you can upgrade your normal wyvern to be one of those elemental wyverns. Maybe the water could have a similar design to the poison wyvern but allow it to swim in water and have a water jet spray, and the wind could have a glide like the Griffin and make the wing flap move do damage and maybe even cause an effect that blinds you for a little while like dust wind in your eyes or something. ^if you think this was a good idea.
“I think that what there after..” Copper exclaimed as he took a glance at the egg. “Good point..” Willow replied. “Give me a minute.” She said as she slowly walked out of the cave, unsure of what to do next. She arrived at the beaches shore and sat down, she started to swarm herself in terrible thoughts until she realized she couldn’t give up know, it was only 4 hours until midnight and she needed to prepare. “Copper, collect Jax, Winter and Astrid and tell them to be prepared for one hell of a battle.” She exclaimed as she took a few steps and started to work of what seemed like a Turret at the Smithy. “On it.” Copper replied as he took a few steps and spread out his wings as he disappeared into the sunset towards the snow biome. “Astrid!” Copper yelled anxiously as he rushed over to him. “What’s with the worried face?” A white, blue and purple male griffin asked, a brow raised. “No time to explain! Where’s Winter and Jax?” He said, his heart pounding rapidly. “The nursery” He replied and in the blink of an eye Copper was gone. “Winter, Jax!!” He exclaimed, his talons making a slight scraping sound on the ice. “Hm?!” Winter said as she didn’t expect to see Copper . “The Wyverns are planning to attack the highlands!” He said with a sigh “Seriously?!” She said, a eyebrow raised in shock. “Yes.. seriously.” “What about Willow?!” Jax added. “And the other creatures along with the environment!” Winter added once more. “Exactly.. that’s why we need your guys and Astrid’s help!” Copper said, thinking they would say no.” “Of course!” Winter said. “Me too!” Jax added. “Us aswell!” A ton of voices were heard from the entrance of the nursery, Copper turned around and it was the whole flock of griffins volunteering! Copper gasped, shocked. “This is a miracle!” Copper said, overwhelmed with joy. “Don’t forget about me!” Astrid said floating above the other griffins.
“Cmon! We have to go faster or else we won’t get there in time!” Copper exclaimed, worried as he led about 23 fully mature griffins. “We’ll get there! I hope..” Astrid replied.
In the hot, steaming lava trench sat 2 wyverns.. chatting about something quite odd. We are going to attack grasslands somewhere around midnight” Plasma exclaimed, grinning, not knowing someone was watching. “That sounds perfect..” Poison said, snickering so much it sounded like he could faint. “I must tell Willow!” An Argentavis exclaimed to himself, his eyebrows narrow. “Willow, Willow!” He yelled as he quickly landed on his sharp taloned feet. “Back so soon Copper?” Willow asked, she noticed something was wrong with him. “The wyverns! There planning to attack the grasslands at Midnight!” He sighed, worried. “Midnight?! But that’s when my wyvern egg is hatching!!” She started to get super worried for her egg. “I’m pretty sure that’s what there after..”
(SORRY ITS SHORT I WAS WRITING THIS WHILE I WAS DRIVING TO SCHOOL BC I WAS LATE)