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Kaa's New Friend Deep in the tangled and dangerous, but beautiful jungle, a massive, handsome golden-brown python slithered his way along, feeling in an especially good mood today. He had eaten quite a large and delicious meal a few weeks ago—Kaa smacked his lips as he remembered the taste of the small deer sliding down his belly—so he had been quite satisfied for a long time. However, even though he didn’t quite feel hungry, he did feel a little snacky today. He thought it would be a good idea to go find a rodent, or even try a hand at the fish to satisfy him. But before he could get to the river, thunder suddenly rumbled overhead and the heavens wept buckets of rain down on him.
“Oh, what rotten luck,” Kaa grumbled, sliding quickly away to find shelter. Thankfully, there was a particular favorite tree he knew of that was close by, its branches so low and thick it was like a canopy and sheltered him well from rain and sun, a
Disney City RP: Jafar "Aaah, at last. After much grueling searching and waiting and careful work, the potion is ready for it's final ingredients." Sweating in excited anticipation, Jafar wiped his brow and carefully picked up the last ingredients, which included rare black sand he searched for in the desert. It sparkled like stars in the sky in the palm of his hand. Legend had it that the black sand was caused by the legendary Arabian Black Shadow that came in the form of a horse blacker than the night and eyes as red as blood. It galloped across the sea of sand and call upon the rare rainstorm to come over the land. As it reared up and struck the ground, the roll of thunder would sound from its mighty hooves and lightning flashed. Its shrill neighs became the fierce howl of the wind and its tears were the drops of rains. Once it had finished its rage, the storm would pass and the Black Shadow would gallop back to the sky, sometimes leaving behind sand blackened from the lightning that the Bla
The Search for the One--Chapter 2
Ariel! Come here! I have wonderful news for you!” Odette called from the kitchen.
Rolling her eyes, Ariel put a bookmark on her page and slipped off her bed, heading to the kitchen as she moved her blood-red hair away from her lovely sea-blue eyes. When her mother said that in that tone of voice, she knew it was going to be some obnoxious idea, whether it was putting her into a ruffled ugly dress that her mother loved but Ariel despised or suggesting she should meet the boy next door.
“Yeah, Mom?” Ariel said as she entered the kitchen and leaned against the wall.
Odette moved her pretty blonde hair away from her face after she wiped her hands on her apron from cooking. “I just received a letter from His Majesties. They are hosting a ball tomorrow night, and every eligible maiden is to attend! And the princes will choose some maidens to return to t
The Search for the One--Chapter 1A Non/Disney Crossover
Jafar was usually a charming and suave prince. He was tall and lean, with a fine angled jaw and a slightly twisted beard that matched his wavy hair that was usually hidden under his stiff black turban with red drapes. And his deep brown eyes sparkled with charm, power, and slight darkness. But today he sure didn't feel so on top of it all as he stood on the balcony of his magnificent palace, gazing at the wonderous view of the sunset over his kingdom while absentmindedly stroking the cobra's head on his staff. But he was taking no pleasure in watching. But what he felt so meloncholy about was beyond him. Maybe it was a number of things combined that was going on lately. For one, there was his father. He was reaching the age where it will soon be time for him or his brother Sinbad to take over the throne. And Jafar was apprehensive that if he will be the next ruler, he would not be ready for such a responsibility. And that was another thing that concerned him
Dusk Till Dawn Chapter 5Dusk Till Dawn
As the sun fell below the horizons, Jim woke and stretched, his muscles trembling. Yawning widely, showing his fangs, he grabbed his shirt from off the floor and sleepily pulled it over his head. He would have liked to sleep in, but he made a vow to go out every night to try to find the monster that had created what he was now...a vampire. Jim hissed at the thought. The last few nights since his creation had been his own personal hell on earth. The first night was the worst. He was so overcome with thirst that he killed five people to satisfy his bloodlust. When he became sane once again, realizing what he felt like he was going to go insane again out of sorrow and rage at himself. Thankfully, he was able to control it after a few days. Instead of killing, he found he could take his fill and erase the memory of the experience from his victim's mind. But sometimes he still killed them, which broke his heart. He was a rebel by heart, but he neve
Dusk Till Dawn Chapter 4Dusk Till Dawn
A few days later, after their secret wedding, Facilier and Ariel were exploring the streets at twilight. Ariel was thrilled seeing the world through her new vampire eyes. She saw every little detail of objects and people, from the precise hue of their eyes to the intricate details of a butterfly's wings, even in the darkest of nights. She delighted in hiding in the shadows. Her speed was a fantastic thriller for her and she could not get enough of walking on walls. Facilier was delighted that she loved her new vampire nature, and the first few days they had together were heavenly.
A few days after Ariel's transformation, it was Halloween night. Ariel and Facilier were enjoying the festivities like everyone else, going into haunted houses, hearing ghost stories, and all kinds of activities that a young couple would enjoy. But the best part was when they went to the masquerade ball together. She was dressed
Dusk Till Dawn--Chapter 3Dusk Till Dawn
Facilier bent over Ariel's peaceful sleeping face, stroking it yet again. He could not help himself. Her beauty was like that of a goddess. And her kind, adventurous spirit that he saw in her....Yes. She is his bride, who had finally come to him.
Suddenly, Ariel stirred, stretching and slowly opening her eyes. Immediately he took her hand that was reaching out to him.
"Dr....Facilier...?" She croaked, trying to get a better focus on his face.
"Shh, shh. It's all right, love, he whispered, stroking her face. "How do you feel?"
"Um, strange," she said thoughtfully, stretching her arms above her as she sat up. "But in a good way. Like...like I have something...something dark...but beautiful....inside me...a dark but beautiful power inside me..." And as she said this, her eyes glowed with bright violet light.
Facilier smiled warmly. "That
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