|I just keep on getting better and better, eh? XD|
Shooting Dragon Star It 'twas a starry night, with not a cloud in sight. Kat sat her desk, thinking. She had been sick for days, with a cough that had persisted, no matter what she did. Day and evening, she mainly dealt with it the best she could; drawing her characters and doing work. Even then, that started to take its toll on her, as she ran herself into corners on her ideas, and with that, came headaches. She sketched at her screen, drawing a blue dragon, she had named Firelight. It was mainly doodling, while trying to pass the time away. Gaming had done little to entertain her senses, and was getting tired. Sighing, she decided to call it a night. Saving the file some name she probably wouldn't remember, she shut down the computer, which too slightly longer than usual. She shrugged, which turned into a violent cough.Shooting Dragon Star by Lord-Hayati
A few days ago, the doctor was called, but other than that, it was just a major bug that was in her for now. Heading into the bathroom, she opened up a
The WildernessWARNING: NON CANON... maybe. who knows.The Wilderness by Lord-Hayati
It twas a nice day in the realm of pokemon. After Remshae had found Hayati, she learned of realm traveling, and decided it was a nice day to gather berries here. Far away from any town or known route, she was surrounded by forest, berries, and pokemon. Most of them ignored her, while some were curious at the mysterious creature picking berries.
"Oh times of need, seeds are freed, leading to balance and peace..." She was softly singing to herself. a small Spinarak crawled up her arm, wondering.
"Hello there, wanting a little berry?" She pulled out a small Cheri berry, and softly placed it on the miniature spider... before it decided to flee, for no reason.
It didn't concern her at all, but it had her wondering. "Did it want to say hi? Strange little thing." Her thoughts were interrupted by a rustling shadow, just out of the edge of her eyes. "Or was it warning me of a danger?" Either way, it was about time to leave. She was sure that Hayat