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[M + Non-Anthro] Viktor*
« on: October 04, 2011, 12:28:52 AM »
Viktor’s Agitation! A Dragon’s Wish goes Awry.

Viktor slouched in his cave, relaxing. Nothing was better than resting after a good hunt. He was especially glad that his cold was over with. It ruined his concentration when he had to stifle a sneeze every time a breeze of wind blew by his sensitive nostrils, making it very difficult to hunt the right way. There was also a mysterious person that kept on popping up lately, a wizard of some sort that always managed to make Viktor sneeze in some way. Perhaps it was the fur… however, now he was alone in his cave, relaxing after a full meal and enjoying the simple windy breeze.

Viktor was an unusual dragon. While most dragons lived for kidnapping princesses and stealing gold and jewels while battling knights, Viktor wanted none of that. All what he wanted was to live his own way and be peaceful with everything…everything but his meals. Why couldn’t humans just accept that and leave him alone? Humans somehow always felt like they had to prove their superiority to animals, and most of them thought dragons were just mindless beasts that needed to get out of their lands. Well, dragons were there in “their lands” first, so technically, Viktor thought, dragons are the ones that have the right of living in the land.

Viktor sighed. Humans always made things so confusing…but why should he care about them? As long as they leave me alone, nothing can possibly go wrong. Viktor was just about to close his eyes when he felt a very familiar sensation…a tickle. His nostrils began to tingle and move slightly, and he felt the sensation move up deeper inside his nose. He was too busy caught up in his thoughts to realize that there was a cloud of pollen that blew in a breeze he was enjoying, and like when he had a cold, his nose was extremely sensitive to this. Pollen always made his nose itch, and hopefully, he could rub the itch away enough so it wouldn’t…

“Ha…haa…”

Too late. Viktor knew that when his breath started to hitch like this, a sneeze was inevitable. He grew cross eyed as the urge to sneeze grew larger and larger. He knew he might as well get this sneeze out so it wouldn’t ruin his sleep for much longer…so he went took a deep sniff to force the pollen to tickle his nose more.

“Sniff...haaa…HA...ATSHU! HATCHOO! Sniff…guhh…sniff…HAchoo!”

Feeling the tingling tickle go out of his nose, he tried to go back to sleep, but now his body was too worked up. A sneeze from a dragon was a pretty big deal…and for Viktor, his sneezes were either dangerous, or somewhat messy. Luckily for Viktor, this sneeze was only messy. He sometimes uncontrollably spewed fire when he sneezed, and other times nothing happened except having a messy big sneeze spray the ground beneath his large flaring nostrils.

Rubbing his nose, he grumpily stretched his long body. Nothing was more frusturating than having a nap interrupted, and Viktor knew what caused him to not fall asleep. It seemed he was doomed to have a sensitive nose…it was as if someone had specifically made him that way…not that Viktor believed that, he was his own master, no one else’s…so why did his sneezes always get the best of him?

These questions floated around in his head, making him even more awake, and knowing that he should probably get out and fly so he wouldn’t get too bored, he started to lift his majestic wings and took off from his cave into the brilliant blue sky. Feeling the rush of the wind, being high enough in the sky so he could see almost everything he wanted to see, this made Viktor’s worries and cares melt away. His last conscious thought was this: all I wish is that I can live peacefully with everything.

A dragon could fly for hours at a time if it so choose to, and Viktor wanted to fly for as long as possible. If his nap was interrupted, then at least he’d get a wonderful sleep later by being exhausted from effort for flying so long. Unfortunately for Viktor, he flew right over a human castle, and even though he was very high up, the dragon shape was unmistakable. About five minutes after Viktor left, the king ordered the panic to stop. Gathering his knights, he ordered someone that was brave enough to volunteer for the job of handling this…this beast…and cast it out of the land or end it’s life completely. One cocky knight, who was well known to stand up to any challenge, eagerly accepted.

“My liege, I will purse this vile creature from the whole earth. Nothing can get away with mocking your perfect kingdom by flying over it and causing fear and panic to its brave inhabitants.”

The king grew proud, the knight definitely knew how to use words in order to please the king. The knight’s squire, only 17 and was a female, was quietly raising her hand. The king and the rest of the knights ignored her, but her master noticed. He flashed his fist, signaling for her to keep quiet. This wasn’t hard, the nervous and shy girl with bright blue eyes and long golden hair down past her shoulders about 6 inches, was also well known…for being a coward. She couldn’t even say something in front of someone she didn’t know without stuttering and pausing every few words. She was literally afraid of her own shadow. Beautiful yes, but when everyone in the kingdom looked for bravery characteristics, she was seen as being downright ugly. Being beautiful and brave was what every girl in this kingdom was. She really did stick out like a thorn in a smooth road.

Shivering, she was silent, used to having her master chase her around with his big sword. He once almost sliced her head off, but she sneezed at the right time and the movement of her head made the blade miss it’s target. The sneeze was loud enough to where other knights went over to bless her (they were a superstitious people…one sneeze could mean you were going to die the next minute if someone didn’t come over and bless you.) The cocky knight smiled, knowing he was fully in charge. He would personally deal with the dragon, become an even greater hero than he already was, and prove to other people that he should be the new heir to the throne. He had…very crafty ways of persuasion. He already convinced over half of the kingdom of his greatness. Most of his followers even suggested to him he should be king…and he was now planning on being great enough to become it.

Putting on his shiniest armor, he bravely told everyone there that he alone would kill this dragon. The way he said it nearly stirred everyone to join him, but that wasn’t what he wanted, so he purposely twisted his words just at the right time so people would be nervous once again. He lied, stating that this dragon in the sky was a beast he had heard of before, monstrous, over 200 feet long and deadly enough to burn down an entire village just for the sport of it. His squire cast her eyes down, knowing full well that he was lying, but everyone else, including the king, believed every word this knight said.

Soon after, the knight left the room, saluted to everyone, and then got on his jet-black horse. The squire followed close behind, carrying with her his weapons and heavy shield. She breathed heavily with this task, her dainty body was still, even with all these years of service to this stuck up knight, not used to how heavy his items were. The knight snapped at her.

“WHY DO YOU ALWAYS BE SO SLOW GIRL? Ahem…I have been merciful to you, caring for you when your parents left you to rot inside one of the abandoned villages nearby. I was the one that took you inside this castle…in order for you to serve me. A pretty young flower like yourself doesn’t deserve to be completely wasted.”

With those words the girl’s blue eyes teared up, but rage showed on her face. She made it no secret she hated her master, but she always didn’t do anything about it…because he was right. She owed her whole life to him, as big a jerk to her as he was, and she had no right to do anything else but give a life of service to him. The knight grinned…and then had an idea.

“Girl…you will come with me.” Secretly, he thought: Heh. Why waste my talents on this dragon? I’ve taught my squire how to fight well enough…and even though she is a coward, she fears me more than she does anything else. Look at the look of happiness on that pathetic beautiful face of hers…I guess if she succeeds in killing this beast, I’ll let her live. If she dies while facing this dragon, so be it. She’ll definitely weaken it enough for me to barely lift up my sword in order to finish it off. Let’s get this show started…and make way for me to become king.

The squire’s face did show happiness indeed…she had waited for years to prove to her master she wasn’t as useless as he made her feel. This was her big chance! Running all the way back to the stable, she was exhausted as she got on her own horse, a young brown colt that was just as determined as she felt. The colt may have been young, but it was one of the fastest horses in the kingdom…only behind the black horse that this knight had.

While they were heading out of the castle, approaching the cave that Viktor lived in, Viktor himself was flying back to his cave a different route. He had been flying for so fast and so far that even though he could’ve flown a longer period of time, he felt like he just needed to go back home to his cave. He surely felt tired enough…as long as he didn’t…

Viktor accidently let his mind wander too much. He wasn’t paying attention to where he was going and crashed into one of the tallest trees in the whole mountain. He swore to himself, knowing that this was one of the stupidest things he had done since he got himself caught inside one of these very trees not too long ago. He was only 10 minutes from his cave! He landed head first on the ground around the tree, stirring up sheets of pollen from the slammed impact of the dragon.

Viktor, even though he was by no means a small dragon, was only about 45 feet long, not the 200 feet that was so ridiculously purposed by the knight. Sure, Viktor could breath fire while some other dragons couldn’t, but he was so much kinder than the other dragons he almost never used his fire willingly. Most of the time, his sneezes brought out his fire…and that’s just what happened here.

The pollen rose from the ground, and if Viktor had just left his head on the ground, the pollen in the air all around him wouldn’t have entered his large nostrils…but what sort of dragon stays on the ground? Lifting his head and shaking it so he wouldn’t feel so discombobulated or dizzy, he took a deep sniff to clear his head…and boy that sniff did exactly the opposite. His head, or his nose to be more precise, became filled with pollen from dozens of crushed flowers his long body had slammed into, and needless to say, this flared his nostrils to their fullest points and the sneeze was seconds away.

“Ha…haaaa…HAA…KASHUUU! KACHOOO! A…A…KITSCHUU!” He put up a hand to cover his large sneeze, but it wasn’t effective at all. The sneeze burst right through his fingers, and not only was his hand sprayed with snot, a fire spewed out of his nostrils and mouth with the second sneeze, burning the tree in front of him. This fiery sneeze also burned the pollen in his nose as well, otherwise he would’ve for sure had a few more sneezes left to go. Dragons luckily are very resistant to fire, and the warmth of the fire so close to him didn’t effect him at all. Matter of fact, it cleared up his sinuses almost all the way. Taking a deep sniff, he sighed in happy relief as there were no more traces of even the slightest tickle in his nose.

Knowing that there was a stream covering most of this area, Viktor figured this fire wouldn’t matter. It would burn itself out in only a few minutes anyway. Flying to his cave, now having a clear head, he made no second thoughts about this…even though the smoke was close enough to his cave to reveal the location of his home to the incoming knight and squire…
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Re: An Old Character Returns! (M+Story)
« Reply #1 on: October 04, 2011, 03:24:19 AM »
I love it!

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Re: An Old Character Returns! (M+Story)
« Reply #2 on: October 04, 2011, 05:43:27 AM »
Ohh!!! So Viktor is alrek's draggy :P. Thats what you meant that day in chat.
Hell yeah!! Great story and such, but kinda slow in the middle...fk that, still great :D!!!
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Re: An Old Character Returns! (M+Story)
« Reply #3 on: October 04, 2011, 07:00:24 AM »
Oh Viktor, you're so allergic to everything.  ::)

Cute male dragon sneezes are the best.

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Re: An Old Character Returns! (M+Story)
« Reply #4 on: October 04, 2011, 12:48:40 PM »
Oh this is so cute! Viktor, always got your head in the clouds :P Thanks a bunch!

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Re: An Old Character Returns! (M+Story)
« Reply #5 on: October 04, 2011, 02:48:35 PM »
You're welcome Alrek. I'll continue this request soon and post the rest of it later this week.

Thanks you guys for the complements! Yeah, this is Alrek's dragon character that does have allergies and the occasional cold ;D

Chikara, yes, he is allergic to a ton of things XD...including something that a human is carrying with them...

Anyway, this was a fun request to write. Thanks for enjoying it ^^

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Re: An Old Character Returns! (M+Story)
« Reply #6 on: October 06, 2011, 08:47:09 PM »
There’s Fire in the eyes, better do what you can, so Beat It.

Viktor sighed in pleasure. He finally felt exhausted, more than enough to rest undisturbed, even with the breeze blowing in. He knew that when he was this tired, not even a small breeze carrying pollen could make his nose react enough to make him sneeze. This meant he could sleep! He closed his heavy eyes, took a deep sniff, and felt no tickle in his sensitive nose whatsoever. Relaxing his shoulders and putting his head down, his 45-foot long body curled up into a position that looked like a C and his tough body showed that even when he was asleep like this, it would be hard to get any weapon through those scales and skin.

Pollen did in fact blow in the breeze, settling right in front of his big nose, and even he sucked the pollen in, he was too much in deep sleep to feel the tickle start in his nose. Meanwhile, the knight and squire reached a spot where they could actually see the cave entrance. The squire’s colt actually marched on ahead, even though the knight and the black horse screamed out in protest. Only the squire’s fierce tug managed to pull the excited horse back…and then the colt fell forward, sending the squire flying into a flower field in front of them.

The knight asked if she was ok, more worried about if she dented her weapons than her own health. She quietly replied that she was ok, knowing from the tone of her master’s voice that he really didn’t care that much about her safety. Going near her horse, the colt’s nostril’s flared up. Unfortunately for both the squire and the colt, he was allergic to some sort of mountain flower, and she had fallen all over some of the flowers he was allergic to. Stagering backwards, the colt neighed his concern, his large nostrils flaring up to almost the size of Viktor’s normal sized nostrils as the girl came within a few feet of him.

The knight slapped the colt with a whip, startling the colt so he couldn’t hold in his sneeze much longer. The colt’s eyes watered, both from the sudden pain and the huge tickle in his nose, and when the girl squire rubbed her hand over the horse’s long nose to try and calm him, the colt absolutely lost complete control.

“NeaCSHOOO! HATSCHOOO! Na…ah…HIASSSHOOOO!” Each sneeze was loud, uncovered, and sprayed the poor girl right in her face and chest. She jumped back, realizing that she was the cause of the poor colt’s sneezing fit. She got closer to whisper an apology to her colt, who had literally been her only friend for the years she had been inside this kingdom, and the horse appeared to accept her apology, his eyes looked at her with compassion and he nodded his head…and then the pollen that was all over the girl got caught in a breeze and rushed up into the colt’s nostrils.

This led to another sneezing fit from the colt, the squire managing to roll and dodge her horse’s wet sneezes, and the knight rolled his eyes and slapped the horse with a whip again. He didn’t have any time for this…he had to make his way to defeat this dragon so he could become king! This slap caused the young colt to be shocked enough so he stopped sneezing, and the squire cleverly figured out a way to make herself get on the colt so he wouldn’t sneeze. Testing where the wind was blowing, she moved to the other side of her colt and then masterfully jumped on his back, preventing the pollen all over her from blowing completely all over the colt’s face. This did work…until her long hair flew forward. The long strands of her beautiful hair made their way past the colt’s eyes and brushed against the top of his long nose.

This made the colt’s nostril’s flare up once more, and the squire knew that if her horse sneezed now, he’d fling her off again, so she grabbed a canteen she carried and poured water over the colt’s nose, making the warm water counteract the itch forming in the colt’s large nose. To her surprise, this strategy actually worked. The colt’s nostrils slowly faded back to their normal size, signaling to her that the sneezy feeling was gone.

The knight huffed. Stupid colt…he would never have accepted such a pathetic horse to ride. Sure it was fast and strong, but he wasn’t war prepared, so that must mean that this horse was worthless. That was why the knight allowed his squire to ride this colt…because she was stupid too. It would be better off if the dragon did finish these 2 off. He now regretted teaching this girl to fight so well.

Luckily for them, Viktor didn’t hear the colt’s loud sneezes. They were still about 20 minutes away from the cave, so when the squire’s colt completely settled down, they continued to ride to the cave. Finally, they reached the edge of the cave. The knight got off his black stallion and sat on a large rock, grinning as he waved his arm to signal to his squire to go inside. There had been rumors that a dragon had burned a knight to cinders and ash not too long ago, but what were the chances that this was the same dragon that did that?

The squire gulped, knowing this was her biggest chance she would likely ever have in her whole life to please her master. She got off her horse, and was startled when he followed her inside the cave. She tried to make him go back, but the horse wouldn’t listen. He wouldn’t let his young master go in to face this dragon alone, and for that the squire nearly cried right then and there. Gathering up her courage, she moved with an amazing amount of stealth and sneaked deeper inside the cave. The colt grew more and more nervous as he followed her, but he still faithfully went by her side, looking straight down at his hoofs so they wouldn’t kick a rock and make a loud noise.

A full 2 minutes leaked by, incredibly slow and agonizing the squire with each second. Where was this dragon? Finally, after she was about to lose her cool and break down in frustration, she saw Viktor, fast asleep. She gasped, seeing the size of the dragon close up. This was no monster…but when she saw the small streams of smoke coming out of Viktor’s nostrils with each deep breath he took, she changed her mind. This dragon may have been way smaller than she expected (she was expecting about 100 feet, not the 200 feet her master had so boldly exclaimed) but she recognized that this was a fire-breathing dragon. She too figured that dragons were nothing more than dangerous animals, not intelligent creatures.

As she crept closer to Viktor, one of the dragon’s deep breaths caused a breeze to blow right for her. She didn’t mind this…she was actually cold and the breeze warmed her up…but she looked back at her colt and instantly saw a huge problem. She was still covered in pollen, and she wasn’t close enough to Viktor to cause the dragon’s nose to react, but the breath the dragon exhaled caused pollen to blow right off of her and straight at the colt’s face. A major sneezy expression showed in the colt’s eyes, irregular sniffs and twitches of his nostrils told the squire she was in big trouble.

“Na…a…ah…AH…”

Quickly and lightly running to her colt, she shoved both hands to cover the colt’s big nose as he sneezed.

“HApSHHhik!”

She felt the mucus from the colt’s sneeze slam into her hands, and as she saw Viktor stir in his sleep, a horrible dread appeared on both her and her colt’s face. Viktor’s mouth appeared to grin. His dream mysteriously shifted into something other than what he had been dreaming about. Now he was dreaming that someone else was having an allergy attack. Viktor sighed, both in real life and his dream. It’d be too good to be true…someone else having an allergy that causes more problems and danger than my allergy seems to cause. Hahaha! Wouldn’t that be the day!

As Viktor returned to his normal sleeping position, the squire slowly let her hands go from her colt’s nose. She saw his nostrils still flaring, and his long muzzle still was twitching. Her hands were covered in the mucus she had blocked, but she luckily had a good horse that allowed her to wipe her hands on his mane, clearing most of the wet snot away from her hands. She rubbed her hands over her cloths, shaking slightly. She knew just how lucky she was…one split second later and her colt would’ve sneezed and woken up this dragon. Who knows what the dragon would’ve done? The dragon would probably burn both of them to a crisp for invading his home. She returned her gaze to her sneezy colt, wondering what to do…and that’s when she had a brilliant idea.

She pulled out the blanket she had slept on for most of her life, now being much too small for her, but it was the only thing she had from the place she was from. Wrapping it around the horse’s twitching muzzle, she covered up his large flaring nostrils and gently forced his mouth to open. She knew her colt didn’t like this, but it was the only way to stop him from sneezing again. The colt seemed to know that too…so he grudgingly accepted this and only stomped once with his hoofs to show his annoyance. He would’ve done it again, but Viktor shifted in his sleep again, making both of them freeze in place.

Finally, the blanket was secure enough so it wouldn’t fall off of his nose. The horse neighed quietly, frustrated that he couldn’t breath through his large nostrils like he normally did, but he watched as his master crept up to within 5 feet of the dragon, lifting up her sword in preparation to strike Viktor. Viktor, his nose suddenly quivering, started to groggily wake up. This girl’s pollen was really making his nose worked up. She could see his nose lightly running, a sight she had never seen a dragon do before…actually, this was the first time she was ever this close to a dragon before.

She tried to jump out of the way, dropping her sword, but Viktor’s hand came up and tried to rub his irritated nose…and she jumped right in the wrong place. The She crashed into the hand, but she knew if she didn’t grab the hand, the dragon would for sure know something was wrong, so instead of yelping out in surprise and trying to push away from the hand, she latched onto it. This actually caused more trouble than it did solutions…

As Viktor sleepily rubbed his nose with his hand, he failed to realize there was a human holding on for dear life on his hand. He was still half asleep, exhaustion clouding his sense of judgment. As he rubbed his nose, the squire got squished a little bit, but it was her hair that caused the problems. As the hand moved back in forth, normally it would be rubbing the nose. Instead, it was the squire’s long hair that was touching Viktor’s nose. Her hair’s tickling movements, along with the pollen that was now literally inches away from his nose, made the quivering nose tremble more and more with every rub his hand made…or more specifically, every swaying movement her hair did as he rubbed his nose.

The squire prayed that this dragon wouldn’t sniff…she pleaded with God so the dragon wouldn’t take the slightest breath through his nose…but she knew it would be impossible. She realized this dragon was more like herself…when she had a sneezy feeling, she’d rub her nose too, taking small breaths so she could rub more frantically if the sneezy feeling persisted. That’s exactly what Viktor did…except he didn’t have the chance to rub more frantically. That small sniff, preparing to rub faster, caused her long strands of hair to tickle not just the outside part of his nose, but now tickling the inside tips of Viktor’s large nostrils.

The squire looked as Viktor’s nose had an eerily familiar reaction. She saw that his nostrils flared up very similar to how her colt’s nostrils did…but on a larger scale. She quickly realized that if this dragon was so similar to herself, he’d try and cover up his sneeze with the hand that was closest to him. Her mind fought against this thought, she was going against all what she had been taught her whole life. Dragons weren’t thinking creatures! They were brutal, evil…and…and…

Her mind thought, for the first time, that maybe this dragon was different. He certainly didn’t look like what she had imagined an evil beast to look like…actually, he was sort of…cuter than she had expected. Even in her situation, she couldn’t help but giggle at this thought. A dragon being called cute. If this dragon was male, he would for sure not like that statement. The hand lifted up. She had been lost in her own thoughts and failed to hear Viktor’s hitching breaths. He was waking up now, his eyes still not opened. If he was going to sneeze as soon as he woke up, what was the point of opening his eyes? This was exactly what Viktor was thinking…and he thought that he must’ve been the unluckiest dragon in the world to have his sleep disrupted twice in the same day because of a sneeze.

The squire let go, hitting the ground hard but knowing the pain she felt was nothing compared to what would happen if this dragon sneezed fire right on his hand with her still hanging on his hand. She watched as the dragon’s chest expanded, his whole nose now twitching and wriggling as the sneeze came seconds away from being released. Raising his head straight upwards, he let out the huge sneeze.

“KUHSSSCCHOOO!”

Rubbing his nose, now with a hand that didn’t have anything to irritate him with, Viktor opened his eyes and saw that, once again, he did in fact sneeze fire. A black spot the size of the squire herself appeared where the flames hit the wall of the cave. He sniffed, looked around, and saw a stunning sight…a horse was in his cave?

Blinking, making sure this wasn’t another dream, he focused his eyes, sleep now completely gone from his mind, and still saw the young horse! Viktor wasn’t hungry, so he had no reason to kill this animal. He was about to move to chase it away, when he saw a human girl run out and stand protectively in front of the colt. Her eyes burned with fiery determination, she was thinking Viktor would attack her horse. She didn’t even give it a second thought…she would rather die than let her only true friend be killed before she did.

Viktor actually then did something that surprised the girl enough to make her faint. He simply spoke to her.

“What are you doing human? I was just going to chase the horse awa…”

The squire’s eyes widened, realizing for the first time in her life that a dragon could actually speak…and she could understand it! A huge swirl of emotions and thoughts overwhelmed the teenager’s head, overloading her mind and causing her to faint. Luckily, as her body slumped to the ground, the colt managed to grab her by his teeth, even with the blanket still holding tight over his nose, and he was able to stop the girl’s head from slamming into the rocky ground of the cave. Laying her down softly, the colt angerly stomped his leg into the ground, charging at Viktor.

Viktor sighed, knowing this horse was either really brave or really stupid…probably a little of both after his master had fainted so suddenly like that. Viktor wanted to say something to the horse, but for some reason, his nose started to tingle…and as the horse quickly charged closer, that tingling changed into twitches and flaring nostrils. Viktor knew he was allergic to some fur…he just never knew he was allergic to horse hair too because he had never got close to a horse before!

“A…ha…aah…”

The horse slowed down, screeching to a halt as he finally realized what Viktor was about to do. Too bad the colt was about 3 feet away by the time he finally screeched to a halt. Scrambling his legs and turning around, the horse ran as fast as he could, which was pretty dang fast, and he ducked his head, his speed alone hoisted the unconscious girl high into the air. She was going to have a massive pain in her stomach, as the colt’s head slammed into it in order to lift her up over his body. He stopped as his master’s limp body lifted into the air, and after he felt her light body touch his back, he carefully moved slowly so she wouldn’t fall off of him. She looked like cloths hanging out to dry, completely tilted and slumped against the horse’s back the wrong way.

Meanwhile, Viktor was rubbing his nose, desperately attempting to relieve the growing sneeze, but it was getting past the point of no return. He only managed to delay it…rubbing his nose only slowed down his hitched breaths, and as soon as his hand stopped rubbing, he felt his nostril’s flare up again, desperate to make the horse hair he had smelled to leave his sinuses.

“HA…HAAA…HITSSHUUUUU!”

Another stream of fire stormed out of his nostrils and mouth, scorching another black mark on the wall of his cave. Sniffling, Viktor hadn’t felt this sneezy by an allergy sense he had stuck his face right next to a giant flower and sniffed up a ton of pollen. He heard the knight, screaming his head off at what a horrible job the girl had done. Viktor didn’t know much about this knight, but any human that was screaming that loudly at another human obviously had problems. Sleep completely gone…again…Viktor moved out of his cave just to see 2 things: 1. The knight slapping the unconscious girl clear off her horse, and 2. The black stallion was right in front of him, the black long tail swishing back and forth literally about 2 feet from Viktor’s body.

Time to teach this human not to mess with other people…and for disrupting my sleep. I don’t blame this girl one bit. This human obviously is the reason she came in my cave in the first place.

Lowering his head right in front of the swishing tail, he took a deep sniff, not just the smell of the horse, but actual horse hair got sniffed up his nose, and this instantly made his nostrils flare, his nose reddened all over his nostrils, and Viktor’s eyes began to tear up.

“Ha…ahhh…ahhhhhh….”

The human knight slapped the girl again, even though she was flat on the ground, and was about to yell at his stallion to keep quiet, and that’s when he looked up from his victim and saw the dragon behind his horse…and it was about to sneeze.

“HAAATCSSHOO!”

Unlike what Viktor wanted, this sneeze didn’t release fire again, but a huge gust of wind catapulted the knight and his horse about 20 feet, the black stallion falling right on top of the knight’s right leg. The knight became unconscious as well, KOed by a sneeze. Viktor, using his hands, hoisted the beat up girl on top of her horse the right way, she luckily was still unconscious, and grumpily did the same thing for the knight…except he forced his body to face the wrong way, so as both horses ran back to their castle, the girl would have a much better trip than what the knight would have.

Being so close to the horses, Viktor sneezed 5 times while helping both humans. He knew this allergy would now stick with him the rest of the day, but it was the right thing to do…Viktor wondered again why he was so kind, but he shook those thoughts off. He was who he was, and no one was going to change it.

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Re: An Old Character Returns! (M+Story)
« Reply #7 on: October 06, 2011, 09:51:25 PM »
*demands for a sequel*
:D!!!
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Re: An Old Character Returns! (M+Story)
« Reply #8 on: October 07, 2011, 07:19:40 AM »
*demands for a sequel*
:D!!!

Seconded, please!

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Re: An Old Character Returns! (M+Story)
« Reply #9 on: October 07, 2011, 09:46:49 PM »
Seconded, please!

Thirded!! (if there is such a word :) )

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Re: An Old Character Returns! (M+Story)
« Reply #10 on: October 07, 2011, 11:04:26 PM »
I like it, I love it,
I want some more of it.

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Re: An Old Character Returns! (M+Story)
« Reply #11 on: October 08, 2011, 04:57:34 PM »
Wow, thanks guys ;D I didn't know this request would be so well liked! Well, if any of you have any ideas  for me that you really want to see, let me know XD. My mind is swirling for other requests right now, but if you guys really want me to continue, sure! I can continue this...just let me do the requests by other people first. Seriously, thanks for all the complements here!