Pirate Quest Ch. 20Pirate Quest Ch. 20 by Krocken
The Strike of the Locusts
“So, captain,” Rapunzel asked as they walked down a jungle pathway. “Do you have any sort of…plan?”
“Since we don’t know what lies ahead...not really.” Krocken admitted as they went on. “We just have to make it up as we go.”
“Pretty much how we do a lot of things.” Korra added.
“Oh…great.” Rapunzel sighed.
A sharp barking caught their attention. From the growth came a pack of frilled raptor like creatures came running, hungry intent in their eyes.
“Jaggi.” Garna muttered as he drew his sword. “Nothing more than small fry.”
Ignorant of the danger, three of the Jaggi leapt…and were dispatched by a single swing of the sword. Their bodies collapsed to the ground with ugly thuds. The rest of the Jaggi hissed, before running back into the underbrush.
“Well, that was easy.” Garna smirked as he sheathed his sword
The Hunters Game part 3Chapter 2: Arriving to the CityThe Hunters Game part 3 by angelthewingedcat
Soon after having barely having a chance to say good bye to his sister and friends, Sly and Sarah were sitting down in a room on the train taking them to the main city. Course to both of them, the room seemed far nicer than anything they had seen and tons of food on the tabled, some food being stuff they never had back in the district. However, that didn’t matter to them at the moment. After all, both knew the game would most likely be their last moments on Earth.
There was a long moment of silence until Sarah spoke up.
“…You did a brave thing back there,” said Sarah.
Sly looked at Sarah before he smiled a bit.
“…Thanks,” said Sly.
“You’re welcome. Not many people would have done it if they were in your shoes,” said Sarah.
“And you?” asked Sly.
“If J or Midori were picked I would have done the same thing,” explained Sarah.
Sly raised an eyebrow in a bit of confus
The Hunters Game part 2Chapter 1: The Choice is MadeThe Hunters Game part 2 by angelthewingedcat
It was a few hours before the citizens had to report to the area of the reaping. Sly walked out of his house with a golden hook cane in his hand and was wearing a blue hat, a black eye mask, a blue shirt, a golden belt with a raccoon symbol on it, blue gloves with yellow bracelets around it, a brown book bag, and blue boots, hoping to that last get some stuff for him and Ciel before they had to go to that place.
Along the way to one of the very few stores in the area of the district, some kids far too young to be entered into the game were playing around. Sly couldn’t help but remember the times he, Ciel, and their two friends were like that. Course those days were over for all of them now. The raccoon shook his head as he frowned a little.
‘I swear, I am never having kids if they have to go through this,’ thought Sly to himself.
Soon enough, the raccoon arrived at one of the stores. There people could trade stuff for food, supplie