Green Roses - a Lord Wander fanfic part 2 It had been hours since Hater and Wander began their long walk in the underground canal. Wander had spent the time talking about his adventures with Sylvia while Hater tried to remember which direction they were going. Although Hater knew of the canals, he had only glanced at the map of the passageways. For all he knew, Hater could have been leading them farther into the maze of canals.
Finally, Hater stopped and threw his arms in the air in frustration. “ARGH! THAT’S IT! I GIVE UP! WE’RE NEVER GOING TO FIND OUR WAY OUT!” Wander watched silently as Hater plopped into a sitting position and leaned against the wall. Hater muttered angrily to himself. “I’m so stupid thinking we’d have a chance of getting out.”
Wander stepped into his field of vision and to his surprise, the nomad reached forward and patted him on the back. “It’ll be alright, Hater. I know the chances seem bleak, but if we
Green Roses - a Lord Wander fanfic part 1 So, today wasn’t a great day. Wander wouldn’t have admitted it. But today had been done right rotten. First, after helping a few people acquire some luggage they had dropped, Sylvia had reached that five month period and had to go to the bathroom. That was fine, Wander didn’t mind waiting. In fact, he had taken that chance to have a look around the town they were in. Wander couldn’t remember the planet’s name, but he was pretty sure it started with a ‘b’……or maybe a ‘v’. His walk around the town had been relaxing, no trouble, no one to help, just some nice casual time to himself.
And that was when he got captured.
Wander had been so relaxed in his walking that he hadn’t even noticed the wanted signs with his and Sylvia’s picture. Suddenly, someone yelled and pointed at Wander and before he knew it the watchdogs were on him. And now there he was being led in chains t
Bloom Chapter 7 Yukiki sat in his chair in the mansion literally twiddling his thumbs; his hat sat on the table. Maybe it would have been better if he hadn’t hugged her. Maybe he shouldn’t have made it sound like a friend hug. He really wasn’t sure. Even so, he couldn’t stop think about it. And even though he had managed to quiet the fluttering before, now it felt as though it were butterflies sprouting inside. Yukiki sighed and rested his head in his hands. He was truly, without a doubt, clueless when it came to dealing with emotions.
Dokuku floated over the table copying Yukiki and sighed. “Doku?” He was starting to wish he knew what in the world the ghost-keronian was saying.
“He’s asking when you’re going to tell her.” Yukiki looked up to see the same unfriendly face of Giruru.
“Tell her what?” Yukiki asked standing up and walking away. He really was in no mood to talk wi