Lifewing - Prologue 2Prologue 2 - Killing His Way To GloryLuna1502
The whole pyramid was tense, the news of the gravely ill king rapidly going around every corners and every ears.
Some said he had been bitten by a strange bug or a snake, but whatever the cause it all led to the same ending; king Hades was slowly dying.
He asked for his two children to come to his death bed, in dire need to speak about their future.
The chamber was dark and isolated, bringing more intimacy to this small family.
Aliana couldn’t help but kneel to her father’s side, softly crying as she held his hand, while Jarod prefered to stay slightly apart, a stern look on his face.
The king’s speech was raspy and often cut with coughs:
”My children …. I have brought you here for these are my last moments in this world. … Ever since your mother died after Jarod’s birth I have never ceased to look out for you both as you are my blood, my legacy.”
Hades winced in pain, tightening his grip on Al
Lifewing - Ch.12Chapter 12 - A New AllianceLuna1502
Rain was pouring over the jungle that day, soaking any creature standing outside to the bones.
Stella was already wet and felt heavier after each beats of her wings, but she needed to find him.
She tried again to go to the flower where they first met, but this time it revealed to be no success. She kept flying around, in hope to find the young Vampyrum anywhere. Her body was starting to shiver, the temperature strangely dropping with that storm.
The Silverwing needed to stop, finding refuge under large leaves. She shook some water off of her, trying to heat herself by folding her wings tightly around her body.
Oh what was she thinking? Of course she wouldn’t find him in this weather. Barely any bats were flying at this moment, knowing the rain could only slow them down.
She suddenly heard some branches bristle, same for vegetation.
Her ears perked up, twisting around to catch any suspect sounds. … She felt observed, which was not a good th