“What are you getting so upset over, human? I’ve been kind. I’ve remained attached to my anchor here, haven’t eaten anyone in a very long time, even though I’ve been ever so hungry. So hungry, in fact, you are looking quite delicious right now…”
I wrote a haiku on this chapter a while back:
if there’s a beast behind you
punch it in the face
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Ceallach and Aisling! Commissioned from Abysswolf on deviantART. ` v`
(aisling is totally disney princess here and i am fien with et)
rebagel for new fans who have not yet seen these!
Claire paused to dust off a staircase rail. “I have a request…please, refrain from making any comments on her appearance.”
“Her!” Rowan said softly.
The maid smiled and gestured towards a bend in the corridor. “She is just beyond here. Go on ahead.”
Ceallach meets a friendly beast! And, in the process, learns a little something about curses…
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“In that case…we’ll want to return the cargo basket, so we’ll go back…here,” Rowan tapped a dot at the southeastern end of the main continent. “Next, we follow the inside coast to reach the mountains in the Northwest,” he said, dragging his finger around the bend of the continent’s maw. “Not only will it be quicker, but the further from the Inner Sea we are, the more likely we are to encounter something malicious. What we learn might take us somewhere else. I can’t say for sure.”
Traveling happens! A storm happens! A maid and a castle happens! I wonder what kind of person her master is…
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When they were younger, Ceallach sometimes thought that Aisling was part bird. After all, she sang; her hair fluttered, winglike, behind her when she ran; and she loved being carried around so she could flap her arms in mock-flight…
In this chapter, we go back in time for a little moment when Ceallach and Aisling were little…
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“Allow me to introduce myself, for those of us who are unaware: I am Rowan Daniell, a physician that specializes in what others would consider hopeless cases. Though of late I seem to get a warmer welcome by being a wandering sorcerer, warding the land. If a celestial envoy asks for my aid and makes it worth my while, I would be glad to help.”
Ceallach and Ark run around a lot and find a new dude! He seems like a cool guy.
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A flapping noise behind him told him of the angel’s return. “Well,” Ark said after he landed. “You seem like you’re making a right fool of yourself.”
“I’ve never done this before,” Ceallach said defensively. He slid off the branch and wiped his stinging hands on his vest.
“If you say so,” the angel smiled. “Anyway, it seems that we’re not as far south as I thought.”
Ceallach and Ark arrive at their first village! Also, Ceallach tries and fails to climb a tree.
Rapunzel and Sleeping Beauty is also now available on Wattpad! Both versions update on Fridays, so enjoy it whichever way you prefer.
He turned and nearly started, for there was a person out the window knocking on the open shutters. Behind the person’s back were wings, which strained against the wind.
“Excuse me,” said the winged person in a boy’s voice. “Is anyone there?”
In which we discover the protagonist’s name and meet a new character!
The boy’s hair made red trails through the tower. It crossed on itself, matting and knotting in the paths he had retraced.
"Aisling," the boy said over and over, to the girl, to the air around them, to the stones of the tower, anything that might listen. "Wake up. Please wake up."
Hello friends! I’m starting a serial fantasy fiction that should update every Friday. It’s a fantasy story that combines and reimagines classic fairy tales!
for funsies I went back to Order of the Griffin (I’m a bit sad to see the site has basically stayed the same for the past 3 years or so) to find this breeding project I did for Aisling, just to see if it would give me ideas for Flight Rising sort of stuff
and then I realized that breeding project for dragons would take so much longer because OotG breeding cycles were about a week, whereas FR operates on terms of…months y:
this particular result took me around two or three months I believe