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Chapter 1-Silvaze the darkside to romanceChapter 1Chapter 1-Silvaze the darkside to romance by Paris111
Oh no! Blaze whispered in a fearful tone. She started to push Silver back towards the exit that counted as an entrance.
Silver grabbed on to her shoulders. He knew what the bells meant. They were coming.
"Stay strong" He murmured and quickly jumped out of the entrance/exit. It wasn't that long of a drop. Besides; it was always comforted by water. Icy water. The type of water that sends chills down your spine when you first touch it.
Blaze turned to the door that led to a rotting staircase. She had to watch where she stepped. This castle was so old, it probably used to house kings and queens from possibly thousands of years ago. Their spirits must have been tormented souls. They still walked the pitch black halls of their ounce glamorous home.
The steps creaked with each step. She didn't want to wake them. Their whispers were torments saying things to make her cry. Her pain was their joy. If they
Prolouge-Silvaze-Dark side to RomancePrologueProlouge-Silvaze-Dark side to Romance by Paris111
"You're late." A hushed voice said from the darkness.
"I'm here now aren't I?" A scratchy voice said from the only entrance. It was a small hole just big enough for him.
You know what happens if she catches us.. A tingle went down her spine. She could already feel the intense pain. But every time the way for causing the pain changed. It was different every time. She didn't know what to expect. It could be slit wrists. Or no food or water for an entire week. Not that she got any in that time anyways.
"I know. I'm trying to find a way to get you out of this." He walked over. Her face was barely visible in the dim moonlight. He could just make out her hollowed cheeks and gray eyes. He leaned in for a kiss. That's when the bells started to ring
Feline Curse ch.01Feline Curse ch.01 by GothNebula
It was a terrible event to see his parents get killed by the dark powerful evil witch, Mefitis. This evil witch wanted their son Silver to fall in love with her but the hedgehog boy refused because she was too bossy, evil, and heartless; Silver knew why because she wants his gifted power of ESP. He was not gonna let that happen but it already happened to his parents before they died.
Right now, Silver is trying to fight back against Mefitis but she was too strong, “Hahahaha!!! Give up, Silver! Be my lover and I might bring your parents back to life!” Mefitis cackled while hiding her wand from her back.
"YOU'RE LYING!!!" Silver screamed and used his ESP powers to throw objects at her. But she dodges them and shows her wand, “Very well, then. HA!!” she casts jinxes towards the angry light-grey hedgehog but he dodged by doing forward rolls.
“Ha!” Mefitis finally hits him, knocking him down as he hits his head near the empty cauld
Elemental Flames | Preview -rewritten-Elemental FlamesElemental Flames | Preview -rewritten- by Blooming-Snowflake
Just one little burning flame in a glass. The significance of this burning life form is far more important and precious than anything else in this universe, and no one realises it. Because it is the root for all living things in this dimension. In several dimensions. The signature of life itself is inside this never ending burning flame, whose power can bring so much wealth and hope to the world and yet so much destructive energy lies within it could end it. Since time began, this living flame of hope and destruction has been kept in secret and guarded by humans from generation to generation, decade after decade, millennium after millennium, to keep it alive and protected from any who might misuse it.
The flame was unearthly, it bound the world together as one unity, yet, despite this unfathomable, divine power, the flame could be blown out if anyone ever dared to attempt such an action. Although
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The woods were a dangerous place. Bears would be on the hunt for the slightest movement of living before attacking their prey; robbers were everywhere and ready to strike the next poor and innocent soul that walked by.
The little squirrel stuck its nose out of its hiding place, the tree giving the perfect cover for it and its family. They were out of food, belly low to the ground the lot of them. The small brown and elegant animal peeked its head out from the tree hole and looked to its right, then to its left. No predator in sight. As fast as its legs could carry, the rodent ran down along the trunk, its small paws making no noise as it ran over the fallen leaves and towards the price: the fallen and ripen nuts as well as juicy berries.
It fed hungrily, eating as much as its small stomach could handle, conscious at all times that it was out in the open, visible to its predator. Suddenly, its ears twi