@Everyone: Again, thank you all for letting me do this! My only warning is that, with less detailed characters, I might have to guess a couple of things about their appearance. But I hope this turns out great! And I do consider all of you good friends on here as well, even the people who haven't been here for that long!
@Dragonrider: No clue of you were just talking to Prism or not, so, if you were talking to everyone then there is white ink below this and if you weren't then just ignore this. Also, any much getting your posts to come through? And is this like the time that Raven’s info for the book wouldn't come up?
I have no problems with you putting my nickname in your signature!
@Rubydolphin: Of course I want to include your characters, I want to include every character, whether they, and their owners, are new or old, or even ones that join after this! The only reason I wouldn't is if the person left the RP for good, but even then, if I had already drawn their character, I would probably still include it! Everyone is important to this RP. And DA stand for DeviantArt, which is a website where you can post art.
I almost jumped when Mirage placed her wing over me, but since I had seen her move, I wasn't that startled. I smiled at Mirage, thankful that she was trying to comfort me. “Th-Thanks,” I said to Mirage. “Th-Th-Though w-we sh-should p-p-probably f-follow th-them,” I then muttered, watching as Blue and a couple of other dragons started walking down a tunnel, towards where Blue believed the voices were coming from.
I whipped around as I heard someone, who sounded like Zenith, yell “Guys!” It was Zenith and Shore, the two had made it back. Oh thank the stars. I had been worried when we had left the cave that we'd loss the two in the labyrinth of tunnels down here. Both of them approached us, Zenith being faster than Shore as she ran, while Shore simply walked fastly towards up. I walked forwards as well, meeting Shore halfway there. When I can close enough I wrapped my wings around her, which she did as well.
“I'm glad your alright,” I said softly to her.
“Glad to see you're still in one piece too,” Shore said back, grinning a bit. We stayed like that for a little bit before separating and turning to the rest of our somewhat reunited group.