Reflections part 1 of 3ReflectionsReflections part 1 of 3 by BFoS
The sun was coming down. The redness was showing how deep in sunset it was; and that was a very dark red. The wind was cold, no doubt about that. Maybe it was because of where this lone Marowak was, but he was not going to turn back. He had gone far from his home; he expected to be home to find that nothing had changed. That his territory was not taken; that his mate was not chased off his lands. Or worse; that she was not dead.
The Marowak's name was Thian. He was on a journey to save his mate from an unfortunate fate.
So now, at the top of the mountain peak, the sunset shining upon him, he stood before the cave that had to have an answer of some sort. It just had to.
It was all Thian needed to say. Not a moment later, there was a breeze blowing from within the cave. Thian did not move; that would show he was not ready to confront him.
Then, in such a short while, the Aerodactyl burst from his cave, landing right in front of Thian. Again, Thian refu
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