Goldshadow - Chapter 6Goldshadow - Chapter 6 - A foggy mind
They were traveling again only shortly after. Garrow was driving the wagon and the elf had settled in it with Nasuada, sitting cross-legged with his back to Garrow. Nasuada sat further away from the wagon's seat, opposite to the Elf, the dragon toddling around between them.
She hadn't slept well and that was taking its toll on her. While the elf was intently watching the dragon walking around and sniffing at everything it could find, including the elf, Nasuada's eyes fluttered time and again. She tried to stay awake as best as she could, but she still dozed off a few moments later.
When she came around again, she was lying on something that felt like a cushion so soft, it felt like a cloud. Or what a cloud would feel like in my imagination she thought as reason found its way back into her mind. Not that this could be real Dream? But why does my mind feel so clear then? She lifted her head and took a look around. She was lyi
City Troubles - Chapter 3
City Troubles Chapter 3
Bree felt as if she was floating in complete darkness. She felt completely alone. Only a few, very slight sensations kept her connected to her body that still lay where she had crashed. There were faint strands of pain, the smell of burnt rubber... and muffled noises. The sound of a motorcycle stopping, the sounds of foot steps coming closer, the sound of a voice, talking to her. But she was too far gone, she couldn't understand what it was saying.
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Mark pulled up to the crashed bike and its female driver. There she lay, the girl that had caused him so much trouble. He smiled, happy of the anguish he had caused her. He got off his bike and as walked over to her, he waved at Jay to leave. His lackey complied with a nod and drove off, just waving back something like a salute. Seconds later he was gone in the night.
"You made a mistake. A big one. You should have stayed wherever you came from. This city is mine and it's time for you to disappear again."
City Troubles - Chapter 2
City Troubles - Chapter 2
The night was still far from over. It was already 2am, but the sun wouldn't show itself for at least another three hours. It had also rained and the light from the neon sign of Footy's Diner were reflected in a few puddles on the parking lot. It was almost completely silent outside, only the music of the old jukebox wafted through the open door as a high-pitched engine sound drew closer.
The sound came from a black motorcycle, driven by a guy in a black leather suit. The driver slowed as he came closer, checking the parking lot of the diner. There it stood, the motorcycle he had been looking for, the all so slightly modified Kawasaki Ninja with a vibrant orange color. Though nobody could see it, the driver smiled grimly.
"Found ya!" he whispered as he slowly drove onto the parking lot and stopped directly next to the orange bike.
He took off his helmet, placed it on his bike's seat and went a few times around the other motorcycle, unzipping his jack