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Hoenn's Sapphire Chapter 5Entry 6 Route 102Hoenn's Sapphire Chapter 5 by eemhp31
I made it, like I thought I would. The route was rather straight forward, but did have a few turns.
There were also four other trainers on the route, which meant I had to battle. Considering how my battle with May went, these guys were push overs.
I mostly let Mud handle the fighting, but I did let Hound out for a few as well. I didn’t really care to be truthful, I was enjoying taking my time, battling the few trainers and the occasional wild Pokémon in the tall grass.
After camping for two week in the forest, tall grass wasn’t that much of a worry anymore. And considering how much I worked on Mud and Hound during those weeks I felt confident that I would be able to handle what came my way.
And I was right.
Anyways, a bit into the route I found some berry trees. These weren’t the average wild grade berries, I could tell by looking at them that they were trainer grade berries.
For those that don’t know there are two grades of berries:
TLOS TDJD: Trial by Fire Part 3The Legend of SpyroTLOS TDJD: Trial by Fire Part 3 by eemhp31
The Double-Jointed Dragon
Trial by Fire: Part 3 The Tunnels
The fireball and explosion had been jarring, but then the shape of a fully grown dragon standing in the spot above the youngling had been shocking. Yet not shocking enough to stop the group. They had been expecting something, something this violent was only enough to shock them.
Once they had seen the new arrival all in the group went into a defensive stance, except Sparx of course. Sparx merely and comfortably hovered next to Spyro enjoying the show.
It took a few short minutes for the smoke to clear completely allowing both “parties” to see each other. The group found themselves looking at a single dragon with a large, curvy bone-plate curving out from the back of his head, as it is part of his head. He also had two golden, curved designs on both of his shoulders that glow faintly. His tail ends with nothing, it’s just a tail. His body is a Plati
Living with Balance Part 1Living With Balance Chapter 1Living with Balance Part 1 by eemhp31
A world is large and grand, ours is no exception. No one debates that. Yet what we truly see is different for all. The greater majority can easily see the three land masses that make up the world, two on one side and one giant one on the other, with a great many amount of islands all around.
Neither half really talks to other, all know that distance is still something to be worked out. And like the others on the half of the world with the two land masses, I know very little of what goes on for the other side of the world and thus, that area is not the subject of this story just something that is randomly mentioned in life.
Our little corner of the world is complex as any other, with so many cities scattered around the landmasses, so many different environments. This story concentrates and starts in one of the many cities of the larger of the two landmasses, a city that is many days journey from the sea an
TLOS TDJD: Chapter 8The legend of SpyroTLOS TDJD: Chapter 8 by eemhp31
The Double-Jointed Dragon
Chapter 8 Contact
As the day began the next day, all those under the sky, noticed the lack of said sky. All they could see was a sea of clouds. And these were not white fluffy friendly clouds that they had been flying through the last several days, no. These clouds were storm clouds, plain and simple.
It could be said that no sane creature would willing fly through even a forming storm, and yet all dragons under those clouds were getting ready to do such.
The purple dragon felt certain that he would be able to deal with any electricity, and as water was no concern for either him or his companion, having already dealt with far worse, they would fly.
The third dragon under those skies however, it can be said he was insane already so he took to flying in a storm as nothing more than another day in his life. Over the days of his flight, the odd-dragon had grown confident in his ability to
XCOM Effect Prologue.The council of nations band together after the start of an alien invasion in 2015 may the 1th. The XCOM PROJECT was tasked with defending the human race from alien incursion.XCOM Effect Prologue. by Terrortheslayer
The end of the alien incursion was in 2nd of march 2016 when one of XCOM operative sacrificed them self to saved the earth from it destruction. XCOM and the Commander gave orders to retrieve what was left of all the alien ships that where shot down. And there technology's.
In the year 2040 XCOM was ordered to hand over all alien technology's. However the XCOM Commander knew of the dangers from using it. Fearing that it would end up in the wrong hands. The XCOM Commander gave the order to get all XCOM operatives, scientists and engineers on to the new modified ships they have been working on. for many years.
XCOM also took a number of civilians with them. Most of them being family's and friends of the soldiers. And those that showed there support for XCOM for what they did. The modified ships were named and classed
XCOM: Enemy Unknown: PrologueThe scout was small, a three-man craft. They were thrown out at likely locations by the hundreds, crewed by only the most common and least valued troops. The odds of one of them ever finding a viable target was near zero.XCOM: Enemy Unknown: Prologue by Cryokina
Even a one in a million chance pays off sometimes.
The scout was damaged by a chance encounter with a rogue asteroid, only reawakening when it was caught in the gravity well of a planet. It was too late for the grav-wave engines to activate, so the revived crew desperately tapped at unresponsive controls as they plummeted through the atmosphere towards the deserts of New Mexico. They did not survive the landing.
Their last panicked signals drifted through space, taking fifty years to reach their destination. The leaders received the data and changed their heading, moving towards a small blue world. They activated their engines and were gone.
A single basic ship, shattered into ten thousand pieces by an impact that turned sand to glass. This was humanity's first cont
Truth Beneath the Skin Prologue"You mean you haven't told him?" Zephyr and Cronk said in unison.Truth Beneath the Skin Prologue by HotRedSparkles
Talwyn blushed and looked away from them. She was six-and-a-half months pregnant with Ratchet's child. All that time, she had been in hiding in the Apogee Station.
"What am I supposed to say?" Talwyn said.
"It won't do you any good if you continue to hold it in," Zephyr told her. Talwyn sighed.
"I know that, but he's getting married. He's going to have the perfect life and family with her."
"So you're going to let yourself be saddled with a child out of wedlock?" Cronk asked.
"What choice do I have?"
"Do you love him?"
"Of course I do," Talwyn said sadly. "I always loved him, but I was afraid he would think I was only interested in him because he's a Lombax. Besides, he already had feelings for her. I knew it the moment I introduced them both. She got to him first."
"You know, Miss," Zephyr said. "The longer you remain quiet, the more you're going to regret it later." Talwyn pondered for a moment.
"There is one thing I c
Mass Effect 3: ReaperCycle 12895: approximately 407 million years ago.Mass Effect 3: Reaper by Cryokina
This was a unusually weak cycle. There were only two notable species, the philos and the scotians. The latter were a lizardlike people, fond of industry and with little regard for environment concerns. The former were a hybrid of plant and animal, with great care for the balance of nature. The opposing viewpoints of these races led them to come to blows. They were spread a short distance across the galaxy, but there were very few other races in this cycle for them to encounter. This was normal. Cycles with more than a dozen major species were rare, and more difficult to subdue.
They were researching synthetic life as a weapon in their war, and it was only a matter of time before they developed artificial intelligences. The time was right for the Reapers to save them from their creations, before their own machines turned on them. It was inevitable. Harbinger had told them of this.
Like all cycles, they had stumbled straight into t