Kirito caught Suguha’s empty avatar, easing the blonde swordswoman to the ground. It took effort, and darkfire. But she only fell through him a little bit before Recon stepped in, helping him rest Lyfa’s limp form on frosted grass. Continue reading
The lead aosagibi swooped almost low enough to land; red leather armor polished to a glossy sheen, eyes narrowed under feathery red brows as he scanned Kazuto’s translucent form. “Well, that’s new. Continue reading
As someone with a fair amount of bio, this is a cool show. (I’d give Cells at Work five out of five, there is fluff, action, and Awesome.) If I were a high school Bio teacher Continue reading
Lyfa listened, mind reeling. None of this made sense.
But her brother had a plan. Well, kind of a plan. Continue reading
One down. No, two, Recon knifed one–
Lyfa hissed as the third arrowhawk’s beak slashed her ribs. The protective shield Recon had cast over them both grounded its lightning before it could stun her, Continue reading
And this would be one of the blues. 😉
So I got some new reds?
“I’ve forwarded the latest update from Legal to your secure email account. In brief, someone seems to be leaning on Customs.” She hesitated. “Mr. Kaiba, is this more than the usual trouble? Continue reading
Kaiba held one ID between two fingers, as if it were a Duel Monsters card. “Lieutenant Harold Bentley. Officially United States Navy. Unofficially… NID.” Continue reading
“I don’t know a lot,” Tristan admitted. “I’m not sure Tetien ever knew too much about them. It was a high court problem. A temple problem, not-” he hesitated.
“Not a matter for the iretey new per-a’a,” Bakura said darkly. “So much for Pharaoh’s justice.” Continue reading