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Crystalline DreamscapeDeep within the farthest reaches of the Artisan’s homeworld the afternoon sun was beginning to dip. The bright green grass soaked up the light, shimmering a slightly burnt orange. The breeze across the vast open plain was slight and comfortably cool. The lovely air sent soft shivers along slender arms as they wrapped around a well-endowed bosom. Goosebumps appearing on smooth skin under the chilled wind despite the heat of the sun. Uneasy hooves trustingly followed a familiar voice. Gentle words drifted over the slight zephyr, companioned by the buzzing of an accompanying creature.Crystalline Dreamscape by Alpine-Dragon-Queen
The hooved figure smiled softly, her eyes closed as she followed the voice blindly. She found the little act a bit childish; she was too busy a creature for such foolish games. Though, she found herself enjoying this one a bit too much. Her long ears flicked cutely as she received the next directional command, following it exactly. She found this to be such a relief from being the stand-in empress of t
Avalar WeddingAvalar WeddingAvalar Wedding by HavingHope5
A year after Bianca and Hunter's wedding, Spyro thought it was time to propose to Elora. He knew that this relationship he was having with her would last a lifetime.
"I'm thinking about asking Elora to finally marry me." Spyro told Hunter and Bianca.
"Really? It took you that long?" Bianca said.
"Yea, I wanted to be sure of my feelings. Got a problem with that?" Spyro asked the bunny angrily.
"Sorry. I knew you would always end up together! You guys are just going to be the cutest couple! Did I also mention, your kids will also be cutest?" Bianca asked, winking.
"Now now, dear, don't be so excited about this. I know its time for us to think about having children too." Hunter said to his wife.
"Yea, but I want to have children the same time they do."
Spyro shook his head. His friends loved to torture him. It really was embarrassing at times.
"So? When are you gonna ask her?" Hunter asked.
"Tonight. I thought we could take a walk through Fracture Hills." Spyro said.
Spyro: Return to Avalar Chapter 2Chapter 2Spyro: Return to Avalar Chapter 2 by HavingHope5
That week that Spyro was staying for his best friend's wedding, Hunter and Bianca spent their last week before their wedding doing last minute wedding plans.
Hunter was finding a tuxedo to wear and Spyro was helping him.
"Say buddy, I never got to ask you, but are you gonna ask Elora to marry you?" Hunter asked.
Spyro looked at him funny. "Why would you ask a question like that?" Spyro asked.
"Well, it just seems strange and obvious.... Elora couldn't stop talking about you, and now that your here, it seems to me, she is avoiding you. I think she is in love with you, I was just wondering if you love her back?" Hunter asked, very curious.
"Oh boy, ever heard of curiosity killed the cat? Or curiosity killed the cheetah for that matter." Spyro told Hunter seriously.
"Yea, I know that phrase, Bianca tells me that constantly when I ask the most random questions, just answer me. Do you love Elora?" Hunter asked again.
Spyro sighed. "Alright, yes I do! I have been thinking about her
Night PatrolTick! Tick! Brrrrrrrrrr!Night Patrol by ATTynesider
Elora's book fell from her hands as the alarm trilled the hour. It slammed shut on the floor, losing the page she was up to, but the frustration she should have felt was overpowered by another. With a groan she sauntered over to the alarm and silenced it, then looked hopefully to the hands. Her wish was denied. 9 o'clock; time to go on patrol.
She grabbed her cloak, took up her lantern, and with a sullen march made her way down the steps and to the front door. Through the glass she could see the ever-thickening gloom, and with a groan of discontent she lit the lantern. Summer Forest wasn't exactly threatening in the dark, but wandering in the shadows of the many trees, the hazy moonlight above burning the edges of the leaves as they rustled in the sharp, irregular breeze, it was...disturbing, but this was a job that had to be done. If any of the critters were stranded outside their homeworlds when the portals went off, left alone in the cold and dark, th