Setting of the Black Sun Pt 2Zennith sat up, sweat clung to his face. He was in what seemed to be a tent. Rosé was sleeping silently beside him, though her face was contorted, as if she were having a bad dream. The fox anthro looked around, his reddish-blonde tail swayed back and forth on the ground. Placing his hand on the ground, he prepared to get up, but the white fox girl who seemed to have abducted both of them came through the flap tent. She was frowning.
"You shouldn't strain yourself, Zennith Michel Ginthe." Zen stopped at the mention of his full name. He frowned deeply, then opened his mouth to respond, but the fox cut him off again, "I have been watching Rosé and those around her for twelve years, I know who you are, what your habits are, what foods you like, what you do on an average day, just about everything."
"Who... who are you?" Zen forced himself to say. His mouth had gone dry. The young f
Setting of the Black Sun Pt 1Zen... A soft voice called, Zen, wake up... "Just five more minutes," came the reply. Zen, wake up... Come on... wake up... the voice came again. "Please, five more..." came the second reply.
"ZENNITH MICHEL GINTHE! WAKE UP THIS INSTANT!" came a loud, shrill voice that seemed extremely close.
"Gah!" A reddish-blonde haired boy cried as he fell out of his desk. Mrs. Krije's tall skinny figure was looming over him, frowning. A brunette girl in the desk behind him was shaking her head. The boy opened his mouth as if to say something, but Mrs. Krije's sword sharp voice cut him off.
"This is the third time this week Zen. Try to stay awake in class. Weather you understand what I am saying or not, I expect you to do the work!" Mrs. Krije scolded, rapping a ruler on the desk. Zen groaned, as he got up and sat back in his seat. He shook his head and rubbed his tail
Unlikely Trio "I love Shadari, though sometimes he can do odd things. I think the strangest thing I find is his relation to his sister, Litaria."
"I FOUND YOU!" I screamed towards the back of a black kitsune. The fox looked around, smiling guiltily. He had red hair, parted down the centre, though it had grown some length and it partially covered his right eye, though it was only the corner. The rest of his body was covered in black fur. A necklace was hung around his neck, the chain made of moon-silver, a special metal that looks like liquid silver when exposed to light, but is extremely durable, strong, and light. Hanging off the chain was a rain-drop shaped gem, glowing a medium-red colour.
"Hi Ensuna..." he said, a strained tone was attempted to be hidden in his voice. I frowned, placing my hands on my hip, my grey tail was swaying back and forth. I am a grey kitsune, no one in particul
The seperation I'm not quite sure why I decided to leave. My mind was scattered, troubled, and worried to some point about something elsewhere. Perhaps I thought taking a trip away from my home might ease my troubled mind... If anything, it made it worse.
~Shadari R. Draconis
The trouble with my family pretty much started when I was born. I was the third born in a family of five. Solari being the eldest, Lunari being the second, Litari, my younger twin sister, and Ilari, the youngest. My father was fairly disappointed in me right from the start. My fur was coloured black. I never really got to know my mother well either, as she died when I was six, four years after Ilari was born. Most of my siblings also tended to shun me as well. The one who was always friendliest to me would be Lunari, followed by the timid Ilari, but I mostly hung out with Solari. He always treate
Liraria's Journey to the 20th"I've never been a big believer in myths and such. That was generally Shadari's department. Then one thing happened to me that I will never forget. It changed my life forever."
Three-and-a-half years. That's how long it's been since my exile. A growing rage has been brewing inside me. I didn't understand why father had to banish me. I had always been his favourite, but never the less... I had taken residence in Tokyo, other wise known as the east capitol, and believed to be a weak point between an alternate dimension. I didn't believe the rumour at all. That kind of stuff was only in children tales and didn't exist in real life. Then one thing happened, just one. That's all it took, was one small event to change my perspective. I still remember the day clearly, as it only happened a year ago.
It was a clear, sunny day in down-town Tokyo. I woke early, and walked to the mirror hanging on my wall. A white female kitsune looked back at me. I smiled, having a tall slender
Ilari's discovery "It's always shocking when you discover what you didn't know before, wither you're expecting it or not."
Darkness, why?Darkness, it's all there is.
Darkness, it's all there will be.
Why, why is there so much darkness?
When the world started, it started in light,
Why must we make it dark?
We argue, hate and fight.
Is it all necessary?
I've got a question for the world.
I want all to listen, the good, the bad, the Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhist, EVERYONE.
My one question to the world is why?
Why do you fight?
Is it for power? Is it for justice? Is it for religious views?
Why? Why do you insist on this conflict?
Do you not see that the world is becoming dark?
The blood of man is the darkest thing.
Aren't we all the same?
We all share the same sky.
We all share the same lands.
We even share the same blood, as humans.
HARK, for the world is getting darker.
The day when the sun fails to rise comes soon.
On that day, how will you make war.
In the dark, we're all the same.
In the light, we're all the same.
We're humans, and no matter our skin colour, or our beliefs
Misc story 1. The wind blew harshly around me. I could feel ice forming on the end of my nose. I looked down and saw my black fur swaying. I saw my tail wrapped around my left leg. Looking back up, I continued to struggle against the wind, trying to find shelter before the snow and ice hit. It was a mistake trying to go through Aisuuindo at this time I thought to myself, stumbling slightly. Unfortunately, shortly after this thought flickered across my mind, the snow hit. I knew I had but a few moments before the ice winds of which the land was given its name hit. I couldnt see anything; the white void had swallowed me up. Never the less, I trudged on. I shut my eyes, as having them open didnt really aid me. Suddenly I felt hard objects brush against me, though my body was so numb it didnt reg