The Experimentals, Chapter 1
The Experimentals, Chapter 1 Lydia watched her four other siblings as they tackled one another in the dank room they inhabited. She had three brothers, named Lakruse, Kriktus, and Krakis, and one younger sister, named Trixsilia. “Hiyah!” Kriktus squeaked as he attempted to tackle his older brother. Krakis dodged, and gently cuffed his ear before Lakruse, the middle brother, tackled him. Krakis was the oldest out of her litter. Trixsilia joined in the squabble. “I’m going to be the best warrior ever!” She piped as she swiped at the nearest brother, Krakis, before he could react. Surprised, he dropped to the floor, and all of his other brothers jumped onto him and howled in victory. Their mother, Yuki, watched with pride. “No, I am!” Lakruse growled playfully as he lunged at Trixsilia. Krakis saw his chance. He leaped u
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Wow, that's an excellent drawing of a horse!,
I wish I had a horse with wings now