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The Story Of Water .:Chapter 10:.The Story Of Water
Clashes of iron on steel reverberated around the clearing, the sound bouncing off the trees’ trunks and leaves like ping-pong balls. Brickrack easily barred the younger pony’s downward left stroke, adjusting his sword so her weight forced the blade down upon his weapon, making it hiss with sparks. She toppled forward, caught off guard by the sudden deflect. Spreading her wings she quickly readjusted in mid-air, easily correcting her fall. Her body swung around, ready for a counter-attack. Landing on the ground, her haunches bunched up, allowing her to propel herself forward with amazing speed and accuracy. Fu Lee brought her sword down for an upward slash at Brickrack’s shoulder blade. This time, however, he did not parry the blade, but let it come directly at him. Fu Lee, not being able to halt her attack, fell over her hooves and onto the ground. Her sword flew from her grasp, landing a few meters away and slicing
The Story of Water .:Chapter 9:.The Story of Water
“Fu Lee? That’s an interesting name. What part of the lands do you come from?” Goldenrod smiled, glinting her eyes in curiosity.
“Waaaaaaaaay north of here. You know what snow is right?”
“Snow? You mean that white stuff that falls in the winter?” River commented, shifting his weight to rid himself of a pesky branch that was poking his side.
“Yep. Up north, it gets so heavy and deep that we need snowboards to get around. Either that or sleds. But I prefer the snowboards.”
“Why don’t you fly? You’re a Pegasus, aren’t you?” Axel questioned, taking a sip of his dark coffee.
“Flying is darn near impossible during blizzards. I have a friend back home that broke her wing during a snowstorm. She’s a strong flier, but that didn’t stop the strong winds from smashing her into a boulder.” Fu Lee gazed sadly at the campfire-lit ground. Painful memories of her fri
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