Shantae: The snake dancerShantae: The snake dancer by IncredibleIntruder
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What kind of sword was this?
Looking through her inventory, Shantae dearly hoped that she had something that could help her in this tenuous situation. Having gone through a long ordeal, vanquished multiple enemies and being a little exhausted from such a long trip, the last thing she expected to see get in her way was a gigantic wall, one that she had no way around or below. Normally, such a challenge would be easily overcome by using her talent of transformation, dancing into her monkey form to overcome this, yet the multiple spikes and vicious enemies clinging on the surface seemed to imply that this solution was unfortunately unavailable for her at this moment. Her equipment, as small as it was, didn't include any rope, or any items that could allow her to jump higher, or to protect herself against such elements, what she did find, however, was a completely useless sword that, last she recall, Bolo had crafted for her.
''This is the last time I let Bolo near a forge. I can't even at
Lillend and Her Watchman: Part 1Lillend and Her Watchman: Part 1 by thwackcrackers
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Lillend stirred and moaned as the light of the morning sun slowly roused her away from her sleep. The warm bed strove to lull her back into blissful slumber, but once the sounds of church bells floated into her ears, she knew it was time to wake up. She blindly extended her arm out, expecting for it to land on her lover whom she shared the bed with. Her hand fell on soft linen. That's when she mentally scorned herself.
That's right, he's on watch duty. She realized.
Nikolai had risen from bed in the dark of the morning, and prepared himself for the day's watch without awakening her. She praised Nikolai for his bravado, but was upset that she either went to bed alone, or woke up only to find him already gone. Being an officer of Dirfaldir's City Watch, his schedule was under tight strain. Rotation was bi-weekly, and he shifted from days to nights, and vice versa. She fervently savored the few days of which he was off-duty, virtually never leaving his side