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Author Topic: Unwilling Bedfellows  (Read 663 times)

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Unwilling Bedfellows
« on: September 26, 2019, 03:48:05 pm »
(Not at all a romance or smutty roleplay, so much as deeply into the violence of a high fantasy world)

This was a funny way for her life to turn out. Character A was living a rather healthy, if not morally sound life doing what she did best: stealing money. An Elf thief traveling in secret from one kingdom to the next in a neverending quest for more expensive things to steal and trade off for food to live by, often times easily fleeing the law enforcement of said kingdoms. Not a life where she can easily sleep and watch her back at the same time, but she forces herself to be used to it. Her lick hasn't run out...until one night when it does.

Thieves already operating in one kingdom have a trap set for her, and Character A barely escapes into the neighboring woods with a massive wound. Her plans to swallow her pain are derailed when she stumbles upon Character B: an adolescent MoonGleam dragon with a disagreeable attitude and injuries far worse than A's. As opposite as they are, they are both equally stubborn and don't plan on giving up a perfectly good resting spot to the other.

(I kinda like the idea of a sort of survival story, with just two grumpy injured characters relying on each other.)