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Lifting the Lost Pg. 13The group had started once more, weary just in case Bloodfang would attack. Jade was pleased to see that Crescentfur held nothing against Diana, only snapping at her like she had been doing hours ago. But.... thought Jade, narrowing his eyes, That was so strange. I wanted to KILL Bloodfang. It coursed through my veins.Lifting the Lost Pg. 13 by Nightcool
There had been a large stretch of land, when they came upon another forest. "What's with all these forests?" asked Crescentfur with a twitch.
"Just relax," said Ike over his shoulder, and so the group carried on. They came upon a clearing, where a beautiful she-wolf was. Her fur was a misty blue/silver, and she had blue eyes. She noticed them, frowned, but closed her eyes, and started to sing...
'I hear your voice on the wind
And I hear you call out my name'
Everyone was startled. She had such a beautiful voice! Smooth, delicate yet strong.
'Listen, my child," you say to me
I am the voice of your history
Be not afraid, come follow me
Answer my call, and I'll set you free
LTL Different Side 2"Things are different than they once were," said Cleo, narrowing her eyes, and holding a staring contest with her superiors, or at least one of them. 'She's right,' said a icy voice, belonging to a white tigress with ice blue eyes. 'Once a decade ago, there was more war than peace unlike today."LTL Different Side 2 by Nightcool
"Today?" snorted one superior, the one in question a coywolf. Cleo snarled, when a cool voice said, "You young Gods and Immortals must learn not to question things." everyone turned their heads to see a familiar shape. A pitch black wolf, with violet/red eyes, but no pupils, and her eyes glowed. She supported a scar on one eye, though it didn't seem to affect her eye. Another was on her right side, but it was so small, barely noticeable. ".... Death," said the coywolf, narrowing his eyes. "Why ARE you here?" Death's own eyes narrowed, and answered, "I am here because I have business to attend to."
"She's right," said a dark blue dragon, who had been silent this whole time, an amused look in her
Lifting the Lost Pg. 12Shock was the only thing that was in Diana's eyes. Then fear, which changed her eyes, and seemed to make her look like some kind of weak kit. The terror in Diana's eyes was horrible. "What the hell are you talking about?!" snarled Crescentfur. "Don't you see the similarities?" asked Bloodfang, and he vanished, and a force reeled Jade away. "Don't you see?" repeated Bloodfang, who was now standing over Diana, who was cowering on the earth's floor. "So, any cat could have the same looks as Diana!" snarled Jade, knowing everything was true.Lifting the Lost Pg. 12 by Nightcool
"I bet none of them have tiger claws like us." and to prove his point, Bloodfang revealed his claws. They were the same ones just like Diana's.
"Stop it!" said Ike, who saw Diana now look like she was going to be terrified of being outcast for the rest of her life.
Before anyone could say anything, not even Bloodfang foresaw this, but two amazing things happened at once.
"SHUT UP!!!" was the first thing that happened. Diana grew to that other for
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/For Ms. Nightcool.\_____/For Ms. Nightcool.\ by Snakegirl234
/Hello. I am making this for Ms. :iconNightcool:. I hope this helps you.\
/Sleepwalking is a sleep disorder that causes people to get up and walk while sleeping.\
/Episodes of sleepwalking typically occur when a person is in the deep stages of sleep. The sleepwalker is unable to respond during the event and does not remember sleepwalking. In some cases, sleepwalking is associated with incoherent talking.\
/Sleepwalking occurs most commonly in childhood, typically between the ages of 4 and 8, but can last into adulthood.\
/Episodes of sleepwalking can range from quiet walking about the room to agitated running or attempts to "escape." Typically, the eyes are open with a glassy, staring appearance as the person quietly roams the house. On questioning, responses are slow or absent. If the person is returned to bed without awakening, they usually does not remember the event.\
/Older children, who may awaken more easily at the end of an episode, often