Caelum (Prologue) An old man walked alone through a desert. The sun was at its zenith; baking the dry, dead land. As the old man journeyed alone, no animals or insects showed themselves. This desert was a desolate and lifeless place where only the wind howled.Caelum (Prologue) by ~ZeldaMusic113
The old man approached a megalithic temple that stood by itself in the lifeless landscape. The old man entered the temple and found his way to the altar of the god that it was dedicated to. The statue behind the altar depicted a powerful, muscular man with an omnipotent dragon wrapped around him. The old man kneeled down and began to pray.
“Harek, Lord of the Skies, hear my plea,” he rasped. “This desert is both a thief and a glutton. Each life it takes is not replenished. After the last storm, few of my people remain. I beg of you Harek, find my people a new home; somewhere where they need not fear the desert. This is my dying wish. Take my li
Blood Red (Prologue) A dragoness flew desperately through the night, her wings clawed for speed in the dead air. She clutched a small bundle to her chest as she was fleeing whatever danger there was behind her.Blood Red (Prologue) by ~ZeldaMusic113
The dragoness landed awkwardly in front of a secluded cave, keeping her bundle to her with one arm, and using the other walk. As she hobbled around the cave, the dragoness scented the air for any other creatures. The only scents she found were of growing plants and mountain goats. She pushed her way the back of the cave, gathering twigs and stones as she went. The dragoness made a nest of the materials and placed her bundle in the middle.
Wrapped in the cloth was a dragonet that was just hours old. It blinked its blood red eyes sleepily at its mother and then its tiny jaws parted in a yawn. The dragonet squawked at its mother and then curled up, ready