Chap 12: The Forest of Linwood"Well?" Faramund stared at Xenia waiting for an answer. "Who is it?"
"You'll see when we get to his island." Xenia said.
"Ryder do you know?" I asked, as we walked back in the tower.
"I have a hunch." He said.
As we packed for our month trip, Faramund and I kept pestering Xenia about whom this person was and who would know why Nagendra would want my necklace. Xenia just ignored, but she also insisted that Aysel come with us as well, for the two necklaces needed to be at the same place. But Xenia didn't make really clear, but Aysel agreed to go with us on our voyage. We were told that we were to board the ship at the west side of Linwood, where we would meet at the beach and get on the ship at the end of the month, upon the Wave Breaker. Elwin and Nalandra insisted that soldiers went with us on our voyage; we agreed that Faramund would captain them.
The next morning we sent off at the first hour of the day. We took our horses through the woods leading to the beach where we would board t
Chapter 11: Lalan's Trouble'sLalan tried to push the young soldiers off him. But with five teenagers on his chest even a grown man couldn't get them off, at least Lalan looked like a grown man but he didn't act like one.
"That's enough!" The chief soldier said.
Immediately the five teenagers removed themselves from Lalan's aching body, two of the older experienced soldiers pulled Lalan up by his arms and held him there. The chief walked closer to Lalan and held up his sword at his chest.
"Never make fun of our ears." The chief stated.
Lalan threw up his hands. "Alright, alright I'm sorry."
"Take this brat to the inner dungeon." The chief stammered.
Lalan looked at the chief, half joking, half horrified. " You're kidding right?!" He said as the soldiers took him by the arms.
The chief just smiled and waved goodbye to the foolish elf.
Lalan tried to pry himself from the grasp of the soldiers. "Let me go!" He yelled.
Lalan was literally pulled the whole way to the dungeon, and pushed into the cold dark cell
Chapter 10: The RiddleI looked around the corner to see who had spoken but stayed where I was. I crossed my arms and stared at this woman who had the knife at my throat.
"I will not ask you again, my friends and I have no time for foolish beggars." She said.
"Friends?" I asked, "Your helping someone else get out?"
"Yes, two actually." She said.
"Yes, us." A male voice said, as he came out from behind the door with another man.
"Faramund?!" I asked as soon as I saw the prince come out.
"Ya'el? What are you doing here?" Faramund asked, stunned to see me.
"Xenia let her go" The other man hissed.
The woman holding the dagger at my throat took it from me. She looked at me, almost surprised to see my face.
"Is there something wrong?" I asked, uncomfortable that she was staring at me.
"No no," Xenia said, looking into my eyes. "It's just; the last time I saw was when you were only a couple days old."
"Um not to be a nudge," Faramund said, "But there should be guards walking around the palace, a
Zephyrs Last FlightGunner rode effortlessly as him and his night dragon, Zephyr, flew above Gunner's troops. They were riding into a battle, a battle with an army led by what Gunner would call a demon.
She was a scaly, nasty creature, who somehow was able to get a sun dragon to let her be the dragon's rider. The army consisted of many evil beasts, such as: harpies, Minotaurs, sun dragons, and human thieves, bandits, and those from across the sea natives called pirates (one of which Gunner couldn't wait to fight). They all were bloodthirsty evil beasts.
A year or two before today there were only a few of them. But suddenly there were hundreds threatening our existence. So, the humans and the elves of Lindinwood decided to combine our forces and destroy the evil before it was too powerful to be stopped.
Zephyr snorted a ball of black flame as a war horn was sounded. Gunner patted his neck and looked for the other dragon-riding generals (called the Dragon Order) above their troops. A large two-headed hydra
Chapter 9: The FeelingThe Lord and Lady smiled and walked out of the door. I got out of bed, drank some water and put on some riding clothes. Put my hair in a bun, pulled my black boots on, and headed out the door in search of Aysel. I walked down the hallway and out of the tower and went outside. I soon found her sitting in the garden.
"Did you have the same feeling?" I asked.
Aysel stood up as if she was waiting for me. "Yes I did." She said.
I smiled. "Well, come on we need to help Faramund." I said.
"Don't you think we should get help from Lalan and Gunner?"
I sighed, and nodded. "Alright then, you get Lalan I will get Gunner."
Aysel nodded, happy that I was getting Gunner instead of her. She went off to find Lalan.
I went off in search of Gunner, though I didn't really know where to find him. I asked Lord Elwin, he said he didn't know, but the last time he saw him was in his office. But that Gunner had left the room after that, and didn't say where he was going. So I asked some other people, one s