Females give your thoughts plsShe bent over her pack, swords sheathed now, and checked herself ready to return to the campsite. She had used most of her energy in the workout and, she smiled bitterly when her mind materialized the calculation, would be of little use if they were to be attacked now.
Kendra insisted to herself that it didnt matter, because she needed to wear herself out just to keep from bashing in the heads of her four human male friends. She had lost it and practically dragged the awestruck boys out to explore and camp in the mountains after she had caught them attempting to flirt with elf girls over three times their age. They were so mesmerized by the surrounding of perfect forms and beautiful faces that they seemed to lose all track of where they actually stood. She bit back sigh after angry word and thanked the gods that girls werent so stupid when they saw an attractive man.
She had reminded them, as gently as she could manage, where they were and who those girls really were and sa
Human Dragons --Hunter
The people of the East Village had begun to think they were cursed. Around two weeks before, a young man with an unusual and frightening air calling himself the Son of Dragons had entered the town. He left within the day, yet the whispered fear remained. The town was shaken badly, and the oldest of the residents had proclaimed the boy a devil. Calm had slowly crept back among the village, when another stranger had appeared.
His face was grim-set, determined and scowling, and laced with fine silver chains and piercing rings. He wore black and the darkest shades of blue, clothes matching the color of his long and wild hair. His eyes were shadows shifting in the depths of the ocean. Along the bottom of his neck ran markings similar to the other; long, gracefully curving lines and symbols that shimmered faintly as though they had their own life.
This man didnt wander the city openly as had the other. He kept to edges and shadows, trying without success to draw as little a
Human Dragons -- Beginning
The creature whipped its head around to the mouth of the cave in the cliff side as the sea erupted into spray and rippling sky-blue scales. The elated roar of the emerging dragon shook the cliffs and the cavern. From where the other watched, the great animal rose into the sky and took off over the edge of the coast. With a flash of black and navy scales, the cavern dragon shook himself and left the cliffs behind, racing over the land after his rival.
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People stopped and turned to stare at the youth walking interestedly through the streets, pausing to peer curiously at the most ordinary things. They whispered as he passed, pointed, or made the sign against evil and hurried away.
His hair glimmered silver and pale blue and fell over his eye and around his ears. He wore simple clothes; grey boots, black pants, and an ocean blue shirt, and his ears were heavily pierced. On a single piercing in the middle of his eyebrow was a large crystal that seemed to shift even as it was still. His