Angelborn: Chapter 1 - ArrivalChapter 1: ArrivalAngelborn: Chapter 1 - Arrival by Zekester014
The mountain pines raced by as Zenaku zipped through the slopes of frigid ice and snow. His body seemed to move instinctively as he darted through pathways and over frozen rivers. He heard skidding behind him; He was coming. Zenaku had to speed up; He crouched and went deeper into the brush, dodging hidden branches and tree trunks as he picked up speed. Despite all the effort he placed to lose him, he was still on his tail. Zenaku adjusted his snowboard and jetted out of the concentration of trees, thinking speed would be the deciding factor here. The pathway straightened out, and as he sped up, the trees broke apart and gave way to open sky and the sudden edge of a cliff. Unfazed by the heights, he launched off the cliff and hooted at the sky, elated at the sensation of weightlessness, and landed within the resort's main slopes.
A snowboarder zoomed up next to him and yelled over the wind, "I Gotcha!" Zenaku shrugged and gave him a thumbs-up
Angelborn: Prologue - OriginsPrologue: OriginsAngelborn: Prologue - Origins by Zekester014
"Is she back yet?" asked the soldier, "let's just go." The other answered, "We can't. We follow orders, and that's how it's gonna stay. Besides, there won't be a lift for her if we leave now." The first sighed. The blizzard was raging outside and time was ticking away. He walked in the pitch-black darkness towards a solitary, glowing blue light. He started typing on a panel and said, "Well, I might as well start it up anyway." He pulled a lever and engines hummed, locks unlatched and lights flickered to life, revealing a maze of caves winding around towards a Metallic platform near the ceiling. Above the platform, more locks unlatched and the roof split, giving way to open sky. The two soldiers stretched and took a deep breath, taking in the cold, fresh mountain air. Both soldiers were relieved when a knock was heard at the door. The first went back to typing commands while the other spoke through the door. "Azure Skies," he said, an