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Sweet Illusions - Chapter 14Chapter XIVSweet Illusions - Chapter 14 by 123leyang321
The Shrine that Cries Diamonds
It was very early in the morning. The sun was shining through the clouds, the breeze was soft and the weather was warm enough. You could spot two figures climbing up a mountain: it was Aerrow and Piper.
"Thank you for coming here, Aerrow. It means a lot that you're interested in something so silly like this, though it's very dearly to me." - the girl said looking down at him, who was catching up with her.
"Hey, this isn't silly. If it's important to you, it's important to me as well." - he said to her, making her smile - "But why did we leave our skyrides down there?"
"It's so the guys won't find our exact location." - she told him - "I want this to be something special. Between only you and me."
Aerrow liked that idea. He longed for some private time with her for quite a while. The two continued climbing, until Piper spoke again.
"I wonder how did you get Radarr to stay in the Condor." - she asked.
"Well, I just said he shouldn't worry
Storm Hawks Fan 3rd Season - Episode 56 - Part 4Storm Hawks Fan 3rd Season - Episode 56 - Part 4 by 123leyang321
Episode 56 - True Leaders
Part 4 - A New Friendship
Aerrow was lying on a hammock with his arms crossed behind his head in a dark room. He stared at the ceiling in thought. He was still angry, but he had agreed on dueling, and Jake had beaten him fair and square, so he couldn't object. Maybe he was indeed too soft… But fighting dirty? He condemned that.
"I know what you're thinking about." - Kaya said as she climbed down two steps of the stairs, which made him look at her - "It is true that you'd probably have wiped the floor with Jake if you had gone all out on that duel, but I'm glad that you decided against that. I was actually proud of you. I know you held back because you were thinking about your crew's wish of continuing the trip. You put their will above your own. That was very nice of you."
"Yeah, I guess so…" - he looked back at the ceiling as she rested her back against the wall.
A quiet moment passed, then the Grandmaster spoke again.
"You're afraid, aren'
Storm Hawks Fan 3rd Season - Episode 56 - Part 3Storm Hawks Fan 3rd Season - Episode 56 - Part 3 by 123leyang321
Episode 56 - True Leaders
Part 3 - Another One Bites the Dust
All the leaders of every faction in the reign had gathered around the big rectangular table. Aerrow sat at one end of the table, with Finn and Stork in front of him by his left and right, respectively, then Junko by Finn's side, Piper by Stork's and Kaya by Piper's, with Radarr on her lap. Jake, who sat near Junko, stood up to talk.
"Thanks everyone for coming. These guys here are the Storm Hawks. They came from OUTside to give us an important message." - the pirate introduced them, then he sat down.
"Out outside?" - a thief that was by his side asked, to which the captain nodded - "Then, please, accept this little gift here! For you too, Grandmaster." - the man pulled out two rings, offering them to Piper and Kaya.
But another man by Kaya's side snatched the jewels from the thief's hand.
"You mean, MY gift for them." - he offered them to the girls.
"You cheap scum, I stole them first!" - the first man yelled.
Storm Hawks Fan 3rd Season - Episode 56 - Part 2Storm Hawks Fan 3rd Season - Episode 56 - Part 2 by 123leyang321
Episode 56 - True Leaders
Part 2 - Freedom Tower
The Storm Hawks, Kaya and Jake landed on a metallic platform in the docks, where Jake's crew waited for him. They were 5 people.
One was a white and slender woman with reddish brown hair that reached the middle of her back and honey colored eyes wearing red pants, a long sleeved white top with red stripes that left her belly exposed, a black belt around her waist, black boots that reached just below her knees and a red bandana on her head. She also wore two large golden earrings.
There was a fat man with tanned skin, nearly bald except for the orange hair on the sides of the head and the beard, and blue eyes. He wore a white shirt, a black vest on top of it, dark blue pants, a black belt on his waist and black boots.
There was also a very skinny man with nearly albino white skin, blue hair spiky behind the head and light gray eyes. He was wearing a white shirt, a blue bandana concealing his face, blue pants, black boots and a blac
Different Kind of VictoryThe Condor is the awesomest airship ever built, hands down. Period.by OKami-hu
Being its helmsman, navigator and maintainer is a privilege. It's a duty, a responsibility that demands a whole man and a capable one at that.
Stork considers becoming that man one of his greatest personal victories ever.
But the story doesn't end there. The Condor is a wonderful ship, but it's the last of its kind; parts aren't made for her anymore. That means, other, suitable parts need to be tracked down and more often than not, modified. So while Aerrow and his Knights fight their battles on the sky, defeating Cyclonians, Stork stalks the markets and workshops, twitching from worry and sometimes, sheer terror when it's the seedier parts of the terra towns. He deals hard, the perfectionist he is, and then he runs back to his own workshop to do the nicer part of the job.
And at the end of the day, when the team returns, the Condor continues her way, swiftly soaring on the sky, without a hitch; an
The Dark Ace's Victoryby Sunagirl
The citizens of Terra Atmosia gazed skyward to the crash of metal on metal. Almost a daily sight now, they watched the battle with fearful eyes. Storm Hawks versus Cyclonia, the only squadron in the Atmos free from Cyclonis's control. The young heroes valiantly fought a losing battle against the Cyclonian army. Outnumbered and outgunned, they refused to surrender.
The Dark Ace rammed his skimmer into Aerrow's, eliciting another ear-shattering crunch as the Storm Hawk's ride caved beneath the pressure. The fearless sky night ignored his failing ride and somersaulted toward his rival. He knew the Dark Ace was winning.
Lightning cracked across the blood-red sky of Cyclonia, followed by a brief darkness.
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