Happy March everypony!
And what a month for sure!
Bronies get to find out about the new pie sister, pokefans get an amazing new season based on X and Y, and Tales of Acerthyst is seeing the conclusion of yet another story.
This month marks the final chapter of Sword Art Online, where Vajjara’s master plan will finally be revealed.
Other than that I do plan on putting up another chapter of RWBY, as well as a codex entry for starbound (since I didn’t get to do it last time).
Hope you all have a happy March! And stay tune for April, something exciting is right around the bend!
Knights of the Blood Oath
Kirito and Asuna returned to Heathcliff, and the other officers of the Knights of the Blood Oath with Vajjara in tow. As they walked though the massive, lavishly decorated halls of the guild, Vajjara looked around completely starstruck. His mouth hung open and he stared at the pictures, statues, busts, and various other creative looking objects that obviously cost the guild a lot of money. Though, he expected nothing less from the highest most respected guild of the front-liners.
That motivational poster wasn’t very motivating….
((SAO Fanfic will be uploaded this afternoon))
Tell me your secrets oh magic floating treasure chests!
Check out this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwARKqXUlUg
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A boy looses his favorite doll, and goes looking for it.
He searches the nearby woods only to get lost.As he wanders around he discovers an enchanted balloon, this balloon offers to take him to a magical light which can lead him to his doll. The boy grabs hold of the balloon which takes him away to a small cottage.
The inside of the cottage is empty; save for a lamp hanging over the fireplace. The boy asks the lamp to find his doll, and the lamp begins to glow a feint light. The light agrees to help the boy, however invoking the lights power is not as simple as wishing on a star. The boy must promise his soul to the light, and when the time comes for the boy to leave this world, he must give his soul to the light so that it may shine forever more. The boy hesitates, but agrees. The light glows brightly and the doll appears before the boy, as if by magic.
As the boy grew older, he played with the doll less and less, but the doll never left him. When the boy moved out, and went to live on his own. So did the doll. Eventually the boy passed away, and the doll was buried with him. The soul of the boy found its way to the light that helped him all those years ago. The light greeted him like an old friend, and thanked him for keeping his promise. The boy expressed concern about his deal. Explaining that if he didn’t go to heaven, he would not have any friends. The lantern reassured him. Not only would the light always be his friend, but so would the balloon, his doll, and all the other boys and girls that gave their souls to the light. After all they weren’t people anymore…