Veldt - Chapter 5 Even in the beginnings of the warm season mountains were capped in snow and ice. Hues of pinks and purples of morning sunlight reflected off of the ancient peaks as I flew. I had left Danek and set out on my own again.Veldt - Chapter 5 by ZeldaMusic113
My path was much more clear to me as I headed toward the castle by the sea. Knowing where these dragons were was much more helpful, but Danek’s words echoed in my head. I needed to find someone to help me, but I had no time to stop and make friends.
Midday came and I was flying over a heavily forested valley. I could smell and hear all of the prey that inhabited the area. My mouth began to water. I decided to stop for a meal. One could not fight evil on an empty stomach.
With a nice plump hare, I settled down and began to eat. I was nearly finished when I heard a shriek split the air. There was no mistaking that the source was a dragon in trouble. I gulped down the rest
Veldt - Chapter 4 The air danced and sang around me; welcoming me back to its domain. It had only been a few days since I left the human, and after a few moons grounded, it felt liberating to be able to fly once more. Though I only had one problem now. I had no idea where to go.Veldt - Chapter 4 by ZeldaMusic113
One vague memory I had from the day Grood betrayed me was that he was flying towards the sea. That was the direction I had been travelling in, and I hoped I was right.
The Candara mountain range was vaster that I had thought. Its jagged, icy peaks clawed at the sky and seem to go on forever. Flying was difficult due to the many changes in the wind. Sometimes the strain caused my wing arm to ache. I forced myself to push on.
The sun began to set and I decided to find a cave in which to settle down for the night. I caught myself a meal and found a place in which to settle. I plopped down near the mouth of the cave and began to pick at m
Veldt - Chapter 3 When my eyes blinked open the first thing I felt was pain. My whole body ached. I reeked of dried blood. Then the memories came flooding back. Grood’s betrayal, Berry was either enslaved or dead, and being attacked by those mysterious dragons. I glanced over my shoulder. To my surprise there was some sort of material I had never seen before placed on it. I sniffed at it and snorted in surprise. It smelled of human!Veldt - Chapter 3 by ZeldaMusic113
I looked around and saw a small cloth structure a few tail lengths away. Was the human in there? I heard some rustling and a human head popped out of the entryway. It was a male human. The small tuft of fur on his head was the color of sunbeams, and his eyes were the color of the rivers that flowed throughout the valley.
He looked at me and gasped. I stared back at him, curious as to what he would do. He made some sort of noise; my guess was that he was speaking in human tongue, which I could not u