Icetail Journal 2Entry 2Date: 2nd day of SpringTime: Nighttime 8:00pmYear: 17th Year of my lifeWell it's been a while since my first entry, but then again there has not been much going on since that day. Today, though, has been a tough day. I mean I always knew I was a little different from the others in the village. My white and blue fur has often been a topic of debate among the others in town but thankfully no one has been moronic enough to call me an albino.The day started off well enough, I guess. But I knew something was up when I found my mom and dad deep in a discussion that they immediately stopped when I entered the room. That got my attention but what really got my attention was a small object on the table. It was a pendant that looked very familiar.My parents saw my stare was locked on the pendant and they sighed. My dad got up and walked over to me and slipped the pendant and its white gold chain over my head and secured it around my neck. He told me that this was the one
Tale of Two Tails Ch 7bChapter 7b:Fox's Dance and a Hedgehog's PartyAlex paced the floor of the throne room, and the foxes in the room watched her. She was getting anxious and that was never good. A worried echidna was a dangerous echidna and they knew it. She was just about to snap when a guard rushed in. He ran up to the King and knelt."My Lord, we have searched the Tower and the town and came up empty. According to the gate guards, they never left the area."The king muttered and then looked back at the wall that had repaired it self. Alex caught the look and suddenly realized where the two strays had gone. She walked over to the wall and began to tap it. She soon found a soft spot and stepped back a pace. She held her hands an inch or two apart and forced the energy to build just like Dan had taught her. When she had the amount she needed she formed it into a sphere and, with a yell, she shoved it into the weak point.The wall crumbled away to reveal a door and she opened it. She went through quickly
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