Chapter 6: The EyeLalan looked around for Aysel. She stood a few feet away, slightly smiling. Lalan offered his hand, Aysel stepped forward, she took her brother's hand and let him lead her to me. I smiled, noticing she was a bit shy.
"Hello, I'm guessing your Aysel, my younger twin sister." I said, offering my hand. "My name is Ya'el."
Aysel took my hand shyly. "Hello, Ya'el." Aysel said she turned to Lalan. "Where's Gunner?" She asked.
I also had the question in my head, I could see now why she remembered and asked first.
"He should arrive in a couple hours; he went to get his horse, his sword, and hopefully my bow." Lalan smiled.
Lalan then noticed the prince, standing with his army. "Prince Faramund, I've heard about you." Lalan said, bowing slightly.
Faramund returned the bow. He felt out of place with all the elves standing around. Though he knew he had his army of men behind him, and ready do to anything at his command. He waved to them, and his army turned and walked back to the castl
Chapter 5: Freedom"Wait, so are you saying you're my brother?" I asked him.
"Yes, but you're not the only sister I have." He said. "You have a twin, Aysel; she has blue eyes, and silver hair." He glanced at his friend in the cell. Thinking he might say something about Aysel, whom he loved. But he didn't say a word.
"And my name is Lalan." Lalan said.
I looked at the ground. "How did you two get in here?" I asked, glancing at the other prisoner.
"We were training our selves, sharpening our skills, on Abaddon Mountain; but we were so focused on fighting, that Gunner didn't see the rock behind him, and he tripped and fell over the edge." Lalan said.
Gunner glared at Lalan. He spoke for the first time, "But you can't forget that YOU fell too."
I glanced at Gunner, surprised he spoke. "Well, what happened next?" I asked.
Lalan glanced at Gunner, making a face. "Then I tried to catch Gunner from falling off the cliff, but I reached out too far, and I fell trying to save him." Lalan paused for a moment to catc
Chapter 4: The SnakeWhen the prince went back to the palace, he asked if Aida had returned back to her stall. She did, but Noble One had to be caught, because he had not bridle or saddle on him, soldiers on horseback had to round him up. He then noticed the sun going down, fast. He knew exactly why, he ran to get his horse, saddled her, and galloped out of the stall, calling for the soldiers to follow him. He heard screams as he neared the mountain. He looked up to see if Ugne was there, then she flew down. And landed with dust winds around them.
"Where is Ya'el?!" He cried, getting off his horse, glancing back to the palace, hoping to see an army of soldiers.
Ugne became worried. "I don't know I left her with Nalandra and Elwin, in the Linwood Forest!" she yelled.
Ugne then became aware of screams coming from the forest. She looked back at the prince, then in the direction of the forest. Ugne glanced back at the palace, before launching into the air, heading for the forest, she called for her army.
Chapter 3: Linwood ForestThe prince was still shocked at my riding skills. We went on a trail ride. I could tell Noble was happy without his bridle. We elves hate to see a horse jerked and pulled by the bit in their mouth. We use sound, and verbal communication. He finally decided to challenge me, to a race up the mountain. I laughed. We started at the edge of the mountain. This was called, Boris.
"Why's it called Boris?" I asked, before we made our way up.
"It was named after my father, King Boris." The prince said.
I looked beside the mountain, and for the first time, in one year, the sun decided to rise. I smiled. "Wow." I mouthed; the clouds gave way to the bright rays. Then something else made me smile, and jump off Noble.
My wolf came into sight. The prince also saw him; he grabbed his bow and arrow off the saddle bag. And aimed it to my wolf my companion, my only friend. I jumped off Noble's back, and grabbed the arrow as the prince shot it in the air. I landed with a graceful somersault. I looked at hi
Chapter 2: The Fire QueenI entered the throne room for the second time, now about ten men and women stood in the room. The king and prince eyed me as I walked in. One guard stood on my right, another on my left, and two behind me. With a wave if his hand, the two guards behind me, left the room.
"I have decided that you will stay here, your job will be a messenger, which means you will have a horse, and another rider will accompany you during the ride. He will make sure you will not run off, and steal my horse. Any questions?" The king asked.
"No." I answered.
"Very well, take her to the stalls that she may pick out a horse." The king said, nodding to his son.
The prince looked surprised. But nodded to his father, and took me out to the stalls. With his sword in his hand.
We only came a few feet away, and already I could smell. The prince led me to a large room, filled with hoses. I looked down the long hallway; hay was layered on the floor.
"The steeds here are the only ones you may pick from" the prince said
Chapter 1 The Journey of a elfSuddenly a spear whizzed right in front of my face, I jumped back in surprise, and horror struck my head. Had anybody been following me? My instincts told me to run, which I did, my wolf ran ahead. But then he started growling, I couldn't see what he was staring at, or who. I called off my wolf, for fear that whoever threw the spear, would drive it into him. My wolf obeyed me; his hair standing up, his teeth showed. I called him to my side. 'Who are you?!' I yelled, knowing that that was the dumbest thing to ask.
'Who are you?!' A male voice asked me. His voice was deep, and almost kingly, but not quite that kingly.
'I asked you first, I will not tell you who I am until you say who you are. You made the first move by throwing a spear at me!' I answered.
Then I heard someone walking towards me from behind. I immediately turned around; I thrust my fist to wherever I could make out where this person was. He cried in agony. I guess I made hit my mark, then another came towards me, but stil