Rise of the Brave Tangled Dragons (And an OC)
Jack Frost isn't just a myth. Rapunzel isn't just a story. Hiccup wasn't just a legend. Merida isn't just a fable. Zora wasn't just a fantasy.
These five beings have fallen into the stories of old in the human world. But it is time for them to rise again. And this time, they may not fade into myth. This tame, they may become a part of us. They will be our past, our present, and the future of humankind. The question is...Will they win this battle?
I shook my head and opened my wings and followed them from the air. "What are you doing your project on, Lucy?" Lindsey asked, her red hair bouncing as she skipped in front of her friend.
The other girl groaned, making Lindsey laugh. "I think I might do it on...Snow? I don't know?"
"Frost," I whispered. "Do it on Frost."
"Why don't you do it on frost?" Lindsey asked. "I think I'll do mine on stars!"
Lucy nodded and bit her lip to keep from laughing at Lindsey's idea for her own project. "You do realize there's like a bajillion stars out there, right? You can't possibly do it on all of them!"
Lindsey smiled and shrugged. "Why not? I don't think the teachers will have a problem with it."
"There's too many for you to even count kiddo. Why don't you try the moon or something?" I muttered.
"Well, you're right. There are a lot. Maybe I'll do the moon instead!" Lindsey giggled and threw a snowball at Lucy's brown head. "Race you to your house!!" she shouted and the two raced off. I laughed and shook my head at their innocence, their ability to still have fun.
But what got to me about people, actual people, was that they didn't seem to be able to see me at all. I could even walk through walls! (Though I will not be doing it anytime soon. Long Story.)
"Well, Snowflake, how are you doing today?" I turned around at the sound of a familiar voice and saw Jack Frost standing behind me, balancing on a lightning rod.
"Well, Frosty, I am doing great. Nothing's happened, just the usual. Why are you here?" I asked casually and flew to the ground, knowing he would follow.
"I need your help..."