I shut my eyes and almost screamed in rage or did i for i was not sure "i will still help you Amani but right now i think i have some of my past to remember..." i stopped then turned to look at the stag "vamp thats what you are well i guess that you just made this my wost or best day i still can't be sure of that" I said then added "i already have a love and my name is Wild Huntress also i will tell you why i was called that because i hunted down every horse, man that annoyed me in the sliest way i was never tame and i say thanks to you the blackness has won again" i shoke my head then said a bit more "i was never tame and never will be as it was so from the day i was born." Finally the scream of rage did leave my lips, it was loud, high pitched and full of hate. My eyes now burned with it flickering like flames. I watched as he bit into Amanis neck as he did so i kicked at his head knowing he would be able to get away from it but only just if he did try.
Post by .:Phantom:. on Oct 16, 2010 11:12:12 GMT 8
Amani screamed again in pain. He was dying - or changing, he knew. The ebony stag's heart ached as it froze itself into immortality. The veins upon the side of his legs throbbed with blood pounding through them with no where to go. Amani knew he was turning into a monster, just like Ganymede. Suddenly, through the pain, he could think clearly. "I'm so sorry, Huntress," he said, tears verging upon his eyes as the rabies went away right before them all. Erosaf he called, wondering if they were still connected or if she had forgotten about him.
The ebony stag could not stand it any longer! The pain was so intense, erupting his heart finally. He let out the most terrible screech of pain into the air and knew that it would be heard for miles. Would she hear it? Amani hoped she knew he was alive, but he also hoped, for her sake that she did not hear his last scream of mortality. "Don't listen to the darkness," he said softly to Huntress. The change had made him for the better, but it would last for a few days...in immense pain.
Ganymede chuckled as they both screamed in terror. "My work here is done," he said darkly as he moved off. The vampire had wounded another stag. He had wounded another heart, to be forever cursed with his sickness. Rabies was one sickness, one that he had cured for Amani so that he could live in the world again. There was a price to pay for everything. "Have fun, fae. He'll want to kill you when he first awakens," he laughed, galloping into the distance.
I shoke with anger i only stay to were i heard Amani say don't listen to the darkness to which i said "it has been there since i was a day old Amani i still will take our side and help you if need be but i need to find a way to calm again but i think that might take awhile" i said while i could then turned to the vampire stag, I galloped at him before he left "if i cross you again watch out" i hissed at him as he galloped off before i could kick him. I turned my head to Amani then bolted running off as even though he said not to listen it was already there. i sighed then stopped just were i could still see Amani then turned my head and galloped on the more i went the more i felt like i needed to hurt something and which i did when ever i happened to see a small animal running by. I screamed out in rage once more then smiled as i remember the coast line all of them were to high but one i would jump off there and then sleep on the beach. I galloped faster as i went then jump over the edge landing in the water down below. I went to my knees then got back up and walked back to were i would be on dry sand.
Post by .:Phantom:. on Oct 16, 2010 21:07:23 GMT 8
OOC: Let's say three days have passed. He can be a full vampire now.
The rabid one had been laid upon the cold, jagged stones for three days, thrashing and screaming. There were places on his sides and neck where they had indented themselves upon him. In the third morning without sleep, the pain ceased. It was a slow cease at first, but it was leaving him. Amani let a stressed sigh as he staggered to his feet, feeling much bulkier than he had when he had first fallen. It was true. The ebony stag was no longer just eighteen hands tall to the heavens. There had been at least a two hand increase.
It hurt at first when Amani stood, and instantly, he felt an urge to kill all in the lands. It was not a smart thing to want to do, for the king of all resided there. The forest stallion didn't want to be the monster that the spotted stag had condemned him to be. Huntress had left, no doubt, and she had a perfectly good reason to. Everyone would hate the old him; they would want to kill him. Amani did not want his rage set off by a hate fight. They were in grave danger if they tried.
Amani thought back to Erosaf, the only one that he had loved in all his entirety. They had a young one, named Spyro. The last time he had seen them both had been nearly two years ago, and he knew that he must find them. "Erosaf," he whispered, hoping she could hear his plea. Amani wanted to make things right so badly, but he feared that she had moved on. "Erosaf," he cried louder, wanting the heavens to fall upon him and bring her back.
The sound was not outloud that she heard from her ears, but inside her heart instead. But how could it be him? He would be dead by now, rabies took less than a month to kill normally. Armani's voice calling her name was what she had heard.
She knew he hoped she had not moved on and she had not. Now as she flew over Woodrow Cove she was startled to see a familiar black shaped that tore at her heart down on the ground in the land. He was alive, she saw that now.
She neighed once, then dropped towards the ground, looking at him with wide, amazed eyes. He was fully healthy and everything. Like the last two years... hell that they had been for her, had never even happened to them both. Yet he would know she was alone. There was no other stallions' smell about her other than that of their son.
Post by .:Phantom:. on Oct 16, 2010 21:34:24 GMT 8
Amani stood in the middle, his senses sharper than before. He could hear more, see more, and feel more of the world, it seemed. The ebony stag's throat ached terribly as he smelt her. Was it an illusion? Was she real? Bewildered, he looked to her with his crimson eyes. No he thought, not wanting her to see him like that. It was too much. It was too little. Almost in an automatic way, he moved toward her lucidly. Amani's form was even more beautiful than it had been before the change. The only reminder of it was the slight burning sensation in his throat. He had eaten since his change, so he was hardly able to tell.
Erosaf smelt the same as he left her, and he could smell that she did not belong to another. Only Spyro's scent remained on her. Obviously, he had matured in the time that Amani was gone. Had it been that long? "Erosaf," he said gently, touching his soft nose to her neck, as he had done so many times before. "I have missed you so much," he said, not even paying attention to the pain that she caused him. Amani looked down to her with sorrow in his crimson eyes, telling her that he was sorry for the hell that had descended upon them when he was bitten.
Post by .:Phantom:. on Oct 16, 2010 22:33:34 GMT 8
Dead he thought, shaking his ebony crown. Silver flames flickered brightly where his tassels should have been. Over the time, he had developed flames. It had not been until he reached six years of age though, for some reason. Amani smiled a little, knowing that he would have been dead if it hadn't been for Ganymede. It seemed as if the spotted stag was hiding something, like a long lost goodness. "No, not dead," he said with a sigh. "Although I wished it at times, it never came. A stag called Ganymede changed me to an immortal," he said, looking over the layers of rocks. It was time to leave this place. It no longer wanted him.
"Yes, we should. I know the rumors that have been going around. They all hate me," he said, wanting to see his old home more than anything. Woodrow Cove was a boring place an rugged to live in. The coast never really had called to him. Amani started off like a bolt of lightning, knowing that Erosaf could keep up only in the air. The new senses had left him with the speed of a tornado. Daggers pounded against the hard, cold rock as he ran faster yet. It was time for them to know the truth.
She was startled by his speed, but the wind was fast in the sky and that was where she belonged. She leapt up into the sky, beating her powerful wings to head home at last. Thowra would be overjoyed to see she had recovered from Amani, but he would be surprised to see Amani like this.
I had climb back up to the top a day ago and watched Amani from a distance. I stood in a small lot off trees when i saw an other flying towards him. I stood and watch their words but did not hear them. I nodded my head to nothing as i walked out and reared up as they left. I came back down to the earth and walked away not looking any way but the way i was going.
I looked up at the sky a few times then on the 4th time broke into a gallop. I sped away to look for some were i would not get any more angry then i was because of the stupid vampire stag.
The vampire stag had not gone for long, and it was already said that Amani did not want the fae that he had forced. That meant she was his for the taking. Back to her, he brilliantly galloped, his fangs bared. As fast as lightning he was, and quickly, he found himself in front of her. Skidding to a stop, he looked at her with his dark crimson eyes. Yet another feeding had come to a close. "Hello, Huntress," he spat, looking to her in fury. Ganymede had done the ebony one a favor, he had been told, and this was his reward.
Huntress wouldn't dare to fight him, he knew, for she would lose. If she did fight, she wouldn't end up changed, like the hellions had. She would end up dead, like the past kings of the desert lands. "You're not going anywhere, fae," he snarled, kicking at her side. His shining ebony spots were prominent against the now bright sun. What would she do? She was his now, his forever. "Amani and I had a trade off. Instead of you going with him, you are now mine," he lied, standing his ground against the weak fae.
I looked ahead seeing the vampire was back stopped in mid stride "well hello again.why is it that you always seem to pop up" i said not asking anything even though it sounded like it. I looked at this stag and eyed him and chuckled to myself.
I looked at him calmly although i was not, thinking to myself why is it that stags always annoy me. I stood still as he spoke "me, i am not going any were wrong again " i said and rolled my eye. I jump to a side when he kicked out and he missed my side. I smiled as he said is next words "really now and you know i would never go with him never, yer i stayed with him before but only because i cared that this stag was dieing and that i would not really have to see him again but now i most likely will see him again but before i do that i must see my stag Twilight Storm as i am sure that he will be happy to see me again" i said moving to get around this one to go on my way.
The spotted stag was tense at the moment, and he would force her, just as the ebony stag had if she did not listen. So much stronger was he than her. She would not outrun him; she would not win a fight. That, he was sure of. "You're not going anywhere," he said furiously, stopping in front of her again. Ganymede tried to corner her, tried to find a place where she could not run away from him. "You will go with me to Eleazar, or you will die," he smirked. "Pick your choice," he snarled.
Ganymede was not afraid to kill, nor was he afraid of death to himself. A while ago, he welcomed it with open arms, wished he would just die like all the others was. When he was a colt, he always wished to be something greater than just normal. Now, he wished to be normal and nothing else. His years, all five-hundred, had been crazy. He had loved several times, and the deaths of all his queens had hardened his heart. His troubled past had hurt his personality. He was not evil, but his heart was dead. In truth, he did not keep slaves and was not mean to his faes, unlike Exile and Blade. Maybe she would just come willingly, like Dreamfinder had.
I looked at him with hard eyes as he stopped me again "well you stop trying to get me to go" i said then knew what i would do as i was sure he would want to corner me. I looked at him again and rolled my eyes again "go there really so i know who lives there but i like it here so bye" i said then dash to a side and went towards the lowest cliff edge making look like i was just going to corner myself as he was not around a few days before.
I turned my head just telling him to come and get me but not in words. I smiled and waited for him to come after me one more time then, then i would what i did years ago when i was younger. I smiled again though all my smile were plain covers ups and i did want to see Twilight Storm again but that could wait.
Post by .:Phantom:. on Oct 17, 2010 10:00:41 GMT 8
As tired as he was of what she was doing, he had to play along for the moment. He despised this fae and would be sure to let Dreamfinder torture her if she so desired. She wouldn't though, for she was logical and kind. They were so much alike, yet they were so different. Either way, they were good for each other. This fae was bad for him, but since she was carrying a mortal foal, he knew he could train it to be better than the both of them were. Ganymede would train it for good.
Bolting off, he ran after her full speed, catching up to her in just a few strides. "You can't win," he said with laughter in his vocals. Amani had won the sneak and handed it down to him; she was his. Ganymede jumped in front of her, sliding down a ledge. "I'm done with games, fae. You will come or die," he said, hoping that she would finally surrender to her stupid ways and accept what her fate was. Again, he struck out with his back dagger, aiming it at her neck. It would draw blood, he hoped.