Redemption chpt 6By GeckoDragonRedemption chpt 6 by GeckoDragon
This was supposed to be a simple job, they were supposed to kill the dragons and just go. They had been here for over an hour now, Yashvir had brought the wagon up with the heavy equipment in it and they had chained the dragons up, it was very thick chain. Wyman made sure they were completely immobilized, after the struggle they had before he didnt want to go through it again. They had lost four men to the female and Kaiden was in a bad way. Adelle was cleaning the gash in his stomach and trying to get him to drink water. Wyman was wondering how they would react when they woke up, it was no longer a case of if but when. They would have had their heads and been gone if it wasnt for something in this particular dragons hoard; Yashvir was working on it now, he said that it held more information on dragon kind than that book of his could ever hold. He could barely understand how to use the thing let alone break the code required to gain access to the knowledge wi
Redemption chpt 5By GeckoDragonRedemption chpt 5 by GeckoDragon
Talon sat and watched the storm from the relative dryness of the entranceway. He was enjoying the fresh smell that storms always brought and the noise of the rain upon the rocky ledge. The storm had come in before the sun went down just like his mother had predicted and the fire had been lit early because of it. Talon could feel the heat on his back, warm and inviting but he couldnt go to it, he was too anxious. His father had woken up refreshed shortly after their arrival and was adamant that he would be the one to fetch dinner and so he was now out there and after that afternoon Talon was worried about him. He sat and waited the only sounds around him the steady drumming of the rain and the crackling of the fire. His mother was inside tending to the fire and probably just as worried as he was. Then another sound could be heard faintly, muffled by the rain and the distance, the steady rhythm of wing beats. His father landed on the ledge in a not very dignified fas
Three DragonsBy GeckoDragonThree Dragons by GeckoDragon
Three Dragons! He had seen them with his own eyes, cavorting about in the air for the better part of the morning. At least Wyman knew what had happened to his scouts. His entire team was charging around looking for the source of this new dragon. Apparently he was the prodigal son of the pair who had returned to his roots for forgiveness. But that didnt matter; there wasnt enough equipment or manpower to take down all three of them. All he knew was that the dragon couldnt stay there forever and would have to leave back to which ever hell-hole it came from. They would play the waiting game, and then they would strike.
Talon was devouring the remainder of his breakfast. By the time they had got round to the forgotten meal it was midday so he was ravenous and had once again bolted the lot down his throat careless of the mess. His parents sat opposite him sharing their own, the late night coupled with a reckless morning in the air had taken a lot more than u
InsomniaBy GeckoDragonInsomnia by GeckoDragon
Wyman was staring out of the window, his eyes fixated on the dragons lair. His scouts had not returned and he was getting irritable. His impatience passed down to the rest of his team, who were avoiding him and his gaze. He looked at his notes; they knew that there were two dragons currently living in the cave, a female and a male. They both were the supposed guardians of they city that Wyman and his men were staying in and they had both smooth talked the entire place into thinking that they were creatures of good, the male had even managed to work his way into their council! This infestation was worse than they thought. He fondled with his necklace, it was rather special to him for it was made up of dragon teeth. One for each dragon he had killed. Soon he would add two more to it.
Talon was lying awake staring at the wall; his sleep pattern was all over the place so obviously he couldnt sleep. He kept on thinking about the last week or two and how happy he w
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