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An Areon Adventure (CYOA Chapter 0.3)
As you may, or may not, know, I’m taking part in the ambitious collaboration with five other awesome creative minds in this cool little community we have on here. It is set on the high fantasy world of Areon, a world filled with myth, magic, action, adventure, monsters and heroes. And this is a great chance to explore that world with a chose your own adventure series; the Areon Adventure. As such, if you don’t already follow TheStonemiester1, carolina-hypno, FairyPrincessJess, darknessfromlight12 and Maurislave I’d do it now, or you might miss out.
The people have spoken; our elf for the big adventure will be a sea elf. This has me excited, as you may well know I have a character who has certain similarities to the sea elf. It’s all well and good knowing what species we’re dealing with, but now we need to get down to brass tacks and talk about the character of the elf we’re following. That’s why this week it’s my great pleasure to of
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Homeward Bound: Animal Kingdom
Wisp kicked off her shoes and let her pale and delicate feet brush against the slightly damp grass beneath them. The soft and lush landscape reminded her so much of the Fairealm that she wanted to go barefoot like everyone did there. She wiggled her toes slightly, letting the grass tease her soles and gave a slight giggle.
Owlet nudged Billy in the side to break his focus on this scene and he tore his eyes from her pretty peds and led them across the field they’d found themselves in. They were all enjoying the calm and beautiful environment and the sundripped sky, but, now that he wasn’t distracted, Billy was all business.
“After the dark and harsh places we’ve been this place makes a nice change,” Britainia admitted.
“Yeah, we could maybe have a little break here and relax a while,” Wisp added as she flexed her foot, stretched her back and gave a little yawn. She disn’t notice how this draws Billy’s attention again, though he quick
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Guide to the Order of Animus
Though not the only faith on Areon, it is one of the oldest and most well known. It has temples in Cliffstone, Goldcrest and Osiinaah, as well as most of the other major settlements. Even some of the towns in the Red Rock Desert have a temple, protecting the spirit as much as the rest of the isolated towns protect against the sand wolves. Though their main sacred space is the village of Chole hidden within the Timberland Forest.
No one knows the true origins of the order, though Darr was one of the first recorded champions and his wisdom is the basis for much of the modern practice, though he understood that everyone’s path is different and that there is n one way to enlightenment. This is why the order never really recruits, but welcomes all who seek their aid and their wisdom. This has over the eons lead to many dark mages rising from their order, though once they try to force their way on another they become an enemy of the order and champions are dispatched to deal with the u
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Homeward Bound: New Blood Rising
“We’re home,” Britiania declared happily, “well close enough anyway, just a busride away.”
The quartet looked round themselves, it did look like they were back in the City of Peka; the docks; sunset. It had always been a grim place, enough to send a chill down a lot of people’s spines.
“You really think this is our Peka?” Wisp asked looking excited.
“It’s a bit, I don’t know,” Owlet gave a slight shiver as she tried to think of the right word.
“Creepy?” Wisp suggested.
“This is Peka,” Britainia shrugged, “it’s always creepy, no offence Billy.”
“None taken,” Billy could hardly deny that truth, “but it does seem a little creepier than usual.”
“Without Rush maybe things have gone a bit downhill?” Owlet hoped it was as simple as that.
They began moving away from the docks, they were amazed at how quiet the streets felt, almost like they had b
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Homeward Bound: Wild West Heroes
With Rush, the fastest girl in the world, having disappeared, Billy Smith, Wisp, Owlet and Britainia were trapped in Avalous with no way home. They have spoken to the queen of the Fae and she has managed to create a portal out of that reality, but before sending them home she has asked the quartet to retrieve the three key bearers that escaped Broken Arrow’s clutches. As such they have journeyed out into strange new worlds to find them and bring them home.
The hot sun beat down on the deserted plain. The quartet travelling the trail had changed from their usual costumed attire and now they were wearing leather boots with a cuban heel, rhinestone denim jeans that were already seeming far more dust covered and worn, what were white shirts when they put them on with tanned leather waistcoats and black stetsons on their heads. They had arrived in a world that seemed to be one long desert with a couple of towns dotted around near a small settlement. They had traded a small lump
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Victoria of Sherwood 4
Sir Paul, the Sheriff of Nottingham, had drawn his sword and was moving down the steps towards the cellar of the church, ready to strike down Victoria Robin. Victoria, for her part, didn’t move, she just smiled to Sir Paul, her hand falling onto her own sword. The Bishop of Hereford held up a hand to stop the sheriff.
“This is a church,” he pointed out, “this is meant to be a place of sanctuary, not of bloody violence.”
“I will make a contribution to a charity of your choice,” Sir Paul told him, knowing exactly what that charity would be.
Victoria had a rough idea too.
“Is that the greedy bishop retirement fund?” she mocked.
“I see why you find this outlaw so tiresome, kill her my friend.”
On cue, Victoria drew her sword and charged at the sheriff, their swords clashing together. They both seemed to be skilled with the sword, making the short duel a very even affair, with them both blocking the other’s attacks with
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Victoria of Sherwood 6
The Girl of Glasgow, Lorna McGregor, along with the latest creatures brought from the fairealm by the Greenman to aid Victoria Robin, rode into the camp of her merry men. Victoria had gone off to try and rescue Maid Caitlin before she was forced to marry Sir Paul, the Sheriff of Nottingham, and save Sister Solsken and Opal before the sheriff had time to execute them. Now it was left to Lorna, Rush and Wisp to convince the rest of the band of outlaws to go to Loxley Hall and help Victoria. The Greenman had explained everything to Lorna, she had had to take a lot on faith, but when you were talking to a face in a tree it tended to be a little easier to do. As she and the others rode into the little village in the forest Billy Scarlet and Big Arianne were the first to react, though Sirena-A-Dale stopping strumming her lute did bring a lot of attention too.
“Who are you?” Arianne demanded as she raised her quarterstaff.
“Looks like she matches the description given by Lin
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Victoria of Sherwood 5
There was a loud thwacking noise and suddenly the arrow being pointed at Opal was snapped in half and falling to the ground. Victoria Robin, the blonde outlaw in green, emerged from the undergrowth, she was pointing her crossbow at the Girl of Glasgow.
“I don’t know who you are,” Victoria stated coldly, “but if you think you can threaten my friends I’m afraid you have another thing coming.”
“You may not know me,” Lorna replied, drawing her sword, “but I know you traitor. You are accused of abandoning your post, speaking out against the church and harbouring a dangerous spy. Surrender now and I will make your death a swift one.”
“Let me think about that,” Victoria smiled confidently, drawing a sword of her own, “No!”
“I knew you’d say that.”
“Wait, your accent, the way you wield that sword, you’re the Girl of Glasgow, right?”
“You’ve heard of me? Then you k
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Victoria of Sherwood 3
Having just arrived back in the forest from distributing the acquired wealth of one of the carriages delivering the taxes to the Sheriff of Nottingham, Victoria Robin had been called in front of the Greenman again. She was a pretty girl with blonde shoulder length hair dressed now in the same green tights and tunic as the rest of her band, though her hat had by far the longest feather, her crossbow hung at her side. The Greenman was just a face in a tree to most, but to people like Victoria Robin, people that knew the old ways, the Greenman was the guardian of the realm. It was a great honour to meet with him, especially when he had something special for Victoria.
“You wanted to see me,” she asked as she dismounted from her horse.
Slowly the face on the tree smiled and began to speak.
“Victoria,” it was a rich and warm voice, “it is good to see you again. I promised you aid in the upcoming battle, I have been speaking to the creatures of the greater forest
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Victoria of Sherwood 2
“Toll‽” Victoria demanded, “What toll‽”
Victoria Robin had been having a rough day, she and her new friend Opal had arrived back from the crusades only to discover Sir Paul, the Sheriff of Nottingham, had taken over her ancestral home, Loxley Hall. He set his knights upon her, forcing her and Opal to retreat into Sherwood Forest. Stopping at a stream to freshen up had led to the demand of a toll. The demand had come from a duo no older than Victoria herself, one was a young man with knives, the other was a girl with a quarterstaff.
“Like I said,” the girl repeated, “if you want to use that stream you have to pay the toll.”
“It’s my stream,” she told the girl, “it’s on my land, or what was my land until the sheriff decided to take it.”
“You’re Victoria Robin?” the man asked.
“It doesn’t matter who she is, she has to pay the toll, it’s the only way we get to
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Damascus was at war. King Richard the Lionheart had led his English army into battle, a crusade to liberate the Holy Land from those the Church decided were the infidels, which was essentially those that disagreed with their views. That was why Richard was there and why His Majesty’s Royal Guard were there too. A group of five heroines, led by Madolyn Knapp, in the Britainia armour. They were attacking a prison that they knew housed a large number of prisoners of war. While breaking in they were not taking prisoners, slaughtering those they considered less than human as they entered the dark, damp and dank catacombs the prisoners were being held in. Britainia had decided it would be best if, in combat, they didn’t call to each other with real names, but rather used pseudonyms designed to inspire fear. That was why her group were known by the handles Scream Queen, a warrior with a loud scream that could distract any foe, Quiver, a skilled markswoman, Valiant, a skilled fight
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“Run,” Shard said, trying to pull Britainia away from the doorway.
“Run?” that sounded like a really dumb idea to Britainia, “that’s Rush, the fastest girl in the world, we can’t outrun her.”
Sure enough Rush dashed at them and easily knocked Britainia down. In this state of fear and confusion Britainia's powers weren’t active. Shard kicked out at Rush, knocking her back. She had already drawn the indigo crystal from her pouch. She held it up and shouted her incantation.
“In open field, Or caged I’m free, Take me now, Where I want to be!”
The stone began to glow, the light passing down through Shard and into Britainia as she was stood over her. The light then flashed and they were gone. Rush quickly returned the prisoners to their cells and was running after them.
Shard and Britania tumbled to the ground just outside the castle Broken Arrow was using as her base of operations. It had once been the seat of her broth
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As you may, or may not, know, I’m taking part in the ambitious collaboration with five other awesome creative minds in this cool little community we have on here. It is set on the high fantasy world of Areon, a world filled with myth, magic, action, adventure, monsters and heroes. And this is a great chance to explore that world with a chose your own adventure series; the Areon Adventure. As such, if you don’t already follow TheStonemiester1, carolina-hypno, FairyPrincessJess, darknessfromlight12 and Maurislave I’d do it now, or you might miss out.


The people have spoken; our elf for the big adventure will be a sea elf. This has me excited, as you may well know I have a character who has certain similarities to the sea elf. It’s all well and good knowing what species we’re dealing with, but now we need to get down to brass tacks and talk about the character of the elf we’re following. That’s why this week it’s my great pleasure to offer the choices for the path this sea elf will be taking.


Path of the Warrior: The depths of the ocean have so many dangers, maybe even more than those of the surface world, as such the sea elves have produced many great warriors. Whether they are noble knights trained to protect the capital, rugged barbarians forced to live by their wits or something in between they have one thing in common, they are brave fighters with keen fists and hardy weapons. Naturally a character on this path tends to be stronger and with plenty of combat bonuses, it also tends to leave them thinking with their fists rather than their heads.


Path of magic: Ocean magic flows through all the sea elves, meaning even those on other paths can access some degree of the arcane, but those that have specialised in it are even more powerful. This natural affinity is not only in your blood, but also in your voice, as many spellbound sailors could tell you. Generally not known for your fighting skills, though some spelltridents do show magic and melee can go hand in hand, when it comes to magic you are difficult to match, giving many bonuses when using magic and magical artefacts. The study of magic has often led to the great drawback of the path and that is a naivety of the world making them less streetwise than many others.


Path of the Rogue: Elves are known for their charisma and you certainly take advantage of that. Whether a simple con artist and trickster, a sneaky thief in the night, a wastrel taking advantage of the world or something else entirely, you get by on your charm, cunning and quick wit. The main advantages of the rogue tends to be the gift of the gab, able to talk a fight almost as well as a warrior can fight one, a natural deftness making you nimble of foot or slight of hand and an awareness more acute than most other groups. That last one tends to be important because their biggest drawback is how they tend to always be only just ahead of their last misadventure catching up on them.

So they are your three choices for the background of the character, naturally once we know which path our character will be taking we’ll be able to look more detail into the characters history. That’s going to be a job for darknessfromlight12 however, he’s up next, so don’t miss that. A vote will be going up for this, find the link in the description, but also comments left on this will count towards the final vote, so pick your path and lets make this adventure as epic as we can.
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Wisp kicked off her shoes and let her pale and delicate feet brush against the slightly damp grass beneath them. The soft and lush landscape reminded her so much of the Fairealm that she wanted to go barefoot like everyone did there. She wiggled her toes slightly, letting the grass tease her soles and gave a slight giggle.


Owlet nudged Billy in the side to break his focus on this scene and he tore his eyes from her pretty peds and led them across the field they’d found themselves in. They were all enjoying the calm and beautiful environment and the sundripped sky, but, now that he wasn’t distracted, Billy was all business.


“After the dark and harsh places we’ve been this place makes a nice change,” Britainia admitted.


“Yeah, we could maybe have a little break here and relax a while,” Wisp added as she flexed her foot, stretched her back and gave a little yawn. She disn’t notice how this draws Billy’s attention again, though he quickly looked away, trying not to go red.


“Paradise might be a little too green for me,” he admitted, trying to focus his mind on the matter at hand.


The quartet pushed through the shrubs at one end of the field and were confronted by the exact sort of thing Billy had been worried about. He saw a man with light blue skin and scales wearing an armoured face mask and wielding a katana-like blade surrounded by a quartet of androids. He was the prince of the seafolk and he was a proud warrior, but Billy wasn’t convinced even he could handle four machines that were both bigger and looked better armed than him; especially when he was a fish out of water.


Without a word the trio of superheroines leapt into action. Wisp and Britainia began flying towards the machines. Britainia balled her fist up and unleashed a powerful right hook against the nearest one, punching a hole clear through it. Wisp unleashed an icy blast against one, freezing its chest. She then hit it with a fireball. The rapid change of temperature shattered the outer shell, allowing her to scatter the insides with a gust of wind. Owlet took a more basic approach using her bo-shuriken style throwing weapons to piece the metal surface before dropping blasting caps inside, damaging the internal workings beyond compare.


The final android was left to Prince Dolfan. He charged it with an angry yell, sliding his blade across the machine’s chest. He was breathing heavily as he fell to his knees across the battlefield from it, but the robot slowly slid apart after he had sliced it clear in two.


“Well that was an easy rescue,” Wisp grinned, “we did that in record time.”


“And with pretty much no fuss or interference with the world’s timeline,” Owlet added proudly.


“Your highness,” Britainia stepped forward to greet him, bowing slightly. She had been trained from being born how to handle social situations like this and she had met the British monarch more than once, she understood how she should behave. “We’re here to rescue you and take you home.”


“No,” came his simple reaction.


“No?” Wisp was a little less adept at handling the social niceties than Britainia, “What do you mean no? We came here to save you now march your butt to the portal pronto.”


“No, and if an overgrown fae like you tries to make me you will feel my blade.”


“Okay, okay, no need for feeling of blades,” Billy said as he and Owlet stepped between Wisp and the swordsman, “care to tell us why you won’t return to your people?”


“I gave my word of honour to the heroines of this world that I would deal with the latest death machine of Kommandant Fox.”


“Oh great,” Wisp moaned a little, “even in a paradise like this Fuchs is messing things up for… wait did you say Kommandant FOX


Before anyone could push the questioning further, a large tank that looked a frog’s head with spinning sawblades protruding from its mouth and laser cannons in its eyes burst onto the scene. The group struck a combat pose ready to fight the machine but suddenly it stopped and seemed to be reduced to simple scrap metal. Hovering in the air was the creature responsible. She was dressed in blue sweatpants and top, a white cape fluttering behind her. Wisp got excited for a moment until she realised it was far to small to be Ubergirl, plus she had a tail. She moved forward out of the shadows and the woman in the outfit of Wisp’s favourite role model was, in fact, a cat.


“Hi,” she declared placing her paws on her hips, “I’m Ubercat.”


“Ubercat?” Owlet was unsure what to make of it, looking to Billy for an explanation.


“Things just keep getting weirder,” Britainia rubs her eyes in disbelief.


“That is just so cute!!!” Wisp declared as she ran over to hug her, only to find herself being picked up by the biggest eagle she’d ever seen. Its powerful talons were impossible to escape from but it was holding her with such a lightness of touch that she was never in any pain despite the amazing power. She was quickly dumped with her friends, that was when Wisp noticed the red and white colour scheme to the costume the eagle wore.


“Look but don’t touch little one,” the eagle told her, a hint of a Polish accent to her voice.


“Okay, this is just plain freaky now,” Britainia shook her head.


“You’re telling me,” came a voice within a blur of motion as it moved round the newly arrived quartet, tugging on Wisp’s wings, searching through Owlet’s pouch and even peeking under Britainia’s mask before coming to a stop in front of them. It turned out to be a hare in a fur tight blue and red ski suit. “So what are you guys some kind of mutated hairless baboons?”


“They are humans,” a white owl explained as she fluttered in to join them, “not from this world, but not from the same one as Prince Dolfan if I’m guessing right.”


“White Owl?” Owlet looked to Billy even more confused and then back to this strange elseworld version of her mentor.


“Judging by your costume, and your reaction to me, as well as what I’m guessing is a slightly young age, you would be your world’s version of me’s sidekick? And the winged girl is the sidekick of Ubercat.”


“More like number one fan,” Billy gave a slight chuckle.


“Oh a bit like me then,” a surprisingly large and glittery butterfly said, “I’m Glisten and I’m Ubercat’s biggest fan as well as Rush Rabbit’s partner in Team superfurryfriendship.”


“That’s an even worse name than the one you and Lily picked,” Billy laughed a little, "I mean your ganger doesn't even have fur."


“Now you sound just like my gecko friend Will,” the hare, apparently named Rush Rabbit added, “are you his ganger?”


“Quite probably,” Billy admitted, “we’re actually only here to take Prince Dolfan home and then go home ourselves…”


“But I told them I had given my word to stop Kommandant Fox alongside you and I would not be going until I did so,” Prince Dolfan explained


“So is he an actual fox?” Britainia asked.


“What else would he be?” Glisten shrugged.


“So I guess we’re here until his latest death machine is taken care of,” Owlet agreed, still not totally comfortable with the strange aniverse they’d found themselves in, “so do we know what his actual machine is?”


“I take it he wants to use your key to power it,” Britainia pointed, basing it on the current form they’d been through, “so taking you away would scupper it without even having to act.”


“He would find another power source,” The White Owl pointed out.


“Yeah,” Rush Rabbit cut in, “he’s the stereotype of the sly old fox, he’s really sly and he’s really old, but still very dangerous. The talk is this machine is a hypno field, it’s going to put the whole world under his power. He had a weaker version and he nearly had me on my knees for him. That’s why I called in the back up.”


“Well I think the ten of us can handle whatever he can throw at us,” Wisp said with a happy grin.


“Don’t jinx us,” Glisten pointed out, “you guys have that in your world, right?”


Soon the group settled down and began heading off to find Kommandant Fox’s secret base, beneath one of the tallest trees of the Forest of Peka, which Billy pointed out made no sense, firstly that they knew where his secret base was, and secondly that the forest was called Peka as Peka had its linguistic roots in the word river. The White Owl pointed out that it was likely due to the nature of the multiverse that certain patterns would repeat throughout even if the individual roots in each universe didn’t quite match up. Billy took note that he really wanted to get to know White Owl in his world, he could see why Owlet was such a big fan of her. Still he figured he had to get through this adventure first.


They quickly make it to the place Rush Rabbit last fought Fox, finding his base still pretty much as it had been the last time she’d been there. The major difference was the large machine with strange lights at the top, alongside powerful looking speakers.They had to take out a couple of large and dangerous machines before they could get to this point, but Billy was still concerned about the lack of security they’d seen.


“I know this might sound a cliche,” Billy explained, “but this was easy, a little too easy. We shouldn’t be able to get this close to his new superweapon without facing something more dangerous than his android drones.”


“He’s crazy over confident,” Rush Rabbit reminded him, “he probably thinks we wouldn’t dare take the fight to him like this.”


“Or this could be a trap,” The White Owl agreed, “not wanting to sound as cliched as Billy, but it’s quiet, too quiet.”


“I’m not suggesting we don’t destroy the machine now we have chance, but maybe, just maybe, we show a little caution before we charge headlong in there and set off the trap.”


“Oh I think I have a scanner on my belt that we cooked up a while ago,” Owlet suggested as she reached for it and set it going, “I can check out what the machine is made of before we…”


“Enough talk,” Prince Dolfan declared, “I will destroy the machine myself.”


He drew his sword and charged at the machine, just as the scanner revealed the machine was in fact a bomb filled with sleeping gas. Owlet shouted the warning out just in time for Rush Rabbit to grab her and Glisten. They were only just out of range of the gas as Dolfan drove his sword through it, releasing the fast acting and powerful toxic cloud. One by one the group fell, even the massive Cracovia. As soon as they were down, extractor fans began clearing the space and an old looking fox in a labcoat and gasmask walked in, flanked by three large robots. He stood over Prince Dolfan and leaned in to rip the key pendant from his neck.


“We have to get back in there,” Owlet suggested, adjusting her mask to work as a filter to protect her from the gas, “we can’t let him take our friends captive.”


“We can’t,” Rush Rabbit pointed out, “the gas is clearing but I’d make it about six steps before I was out cold too, and I can’t let the two of you face him and his robot horde alone.”


Owlet stared at her for a moment, she knew that she was right and that the chances were he’d want to use them to test his hypnosis machine so they wouldn’t be hurt. Still she turned and ran in, grabbing the nearest person she could. It happened to be Wisp, and began dragging her away. Before she could make it she was attacked by robots and had to let her go. She flipped out of the way and launched an owl bomb at them, taking them out, but they were quickly replaced forcing Owlet to retreat. The trio of escaping heroines managed to still avoid them, mostly thanks to Rush Rabbit going into hyper mode and carrying them off. She was not impressed by what she saw as Prince Dolfan levels of impetuousness.


“What was that all about?” Rush Rabbit complained, “I thought we’d just agreed that was too dangerous to try and save them.”


“I know, I know, but…”


“I get that you’re young by hairless ape standards, but heroines aren’t indestructible, I know that too well.”


Glisten hugged Rush Rabbit’s shoulder in sympathy for some tragedy that she’d been through. It reminded Owlet of the things her own world’s version of Rush had faced already.


“I know that’s why I didn’t want to lose any of them.”


“By rescuing one more?” Glisten looked at her quizzically, “I mean I get that the one you were saving is your world’s me and I can see why that might be good to have, but I don’t think that would tip the scales all that much.”


“No,” Owlet grinned, “but planting a tracker on her so we know exactly where they are might be a bit more useful.”


Rush Rabbit’s frown broke into a grin at this revelation.


“Yeah, I can see how that might help. Want to take us right to him?”

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Wisp groaned a little as she awoke. She glanced around and wasn’t pleased to discover she was tied up once again, this seemed to be becoming more of a habit the more she was hanging round with Britainia, though she understood it was an occupational hazard as a heroine. She noted that her hands were bound to the arms of the chair she was in and her feet were tied to the chair legs. Another rope was round her waist, pinning her to the chair and trapping her wings, leaving her without her magic and she had a gag over her mouth. Looking to the others, she discovered this was true for all of them too. They all seemed to be waking up and were all confused. Wisp was surprised by how well the wings of The White Owl and of Cracovia worked as arms when tied up, it seemed to be one of the rules of what her group were now thinking of as the aniverse that wings acted like they were anthropomorphic arms when they needed to be and physics could go hang.


In the middle of the room was a large metal post with a strange looking sphere on the top. The sphere only had one feature on the outside, otherwise it was just a silver coloured ball, and that was a docking station that Prince Dolfan’s key was plugged into. Lights on the post were starting to turn on, making their way up the post as if it were powering up. Kommandant Fox was prowling round the post, waiting for them all to wake up before he began to gloat. When he was satisfied they’d all hear him he started.


“Ah good,” he said with slight snarl of satisfaction, “I do like a captive audience. You get the honour of being my first true slaves, totally under the power of this device behind me. It is powering up and once it reaches full power it will start broadcasting a wave of will suppressing energy. I know it will take different times to enslave each person depending on the frequency that the brain functions on, but the machine is going to constantly change to hit every frequency meaning everyone will fall eventually. The range will keep increasing exponentially as well, meaning that soon no where will be safe. Don’t worry, I will always remember my first victims...”


As he spoke Ubercat snapped the ropes holding her down and charged at Fox. She grabbed him by the throat and slammed him into the post as it charged. He hit it just as the final light came on and it began to broadcast. Ubercat raised her paw to strike him down. She reared back to unleash the powerful strike but then her hand went limp and dropped by her side as her eyes became glassy and unfocused before totally blanking.


“Ah,” Fox said as he brushed his coat down, feeling satisfied that he’d gained control of the situation once more, “it looks like the mighty Ubercat has succumb to her much mentioned weakness. She is the first which one of you will be next? Or maybe I should show my control over her by having her dismantle one of you. Who should I pick? Maybe Cracovia, you two are as close as sisters, right? Surely she can’t beat on you.”


Cracovia just glared at him with anger, she knew she could break the bonds but if she did Ubercat would be set against her and she didn’t want to fight her friend. He knew this too, that was why he was taunting her, but she knew she was going to make him pay for this. She just had to bide her time. She didn’t know how long that would be though, she, like the others, could feel the waves tugging at her brain already.


“Or maybe it should be a hairless ape, one of you dresses in the colours of my old enemies and another has the stink of the spy upon you. I’m sure my Ubercat will be able to handle either of you, maybe both.”


“Shall we see?” Came the bold declaration from the shadows as Rush Rabbit stepped forward, her paws on her hips in the same heroic pose Billy and Wisp had seen their Rush do thousands of times.


“So good of you to come to me,” Kommandant Fox snarled happily, “saves me the hard work of tracking you down. Ubercat get…”


“Nope you said about her facing Britainia and Billy together, let’s see how that goes, in fact let’s see if she can take on everyone.”


With that Rush Rabbit began darting between the prisoners in hypermode, moments later and they were all free. Naturally Ubercat and a bunch of robots were sent against them, but the heroines were not going to go down so easily this time. Even Prince Dolfan, despite not having a weapon, was fighting hard. The only two on the scene that weren’t were Billy and Rush Rabbit. She was exhausted from saving them all and, even if she wasn’t his Rush, his first priority was to look after her. He’d reached into his coat pocket and pulled out the emergency chocolate bar he kept in case Rush needed a burst of fuel after pushing herself too hard and handed it to her animal doppleganger.


“You do know with a burst of speed like that you might have made it to the hypno machine and dismantled it?”


“Maybe,” she admitted, “but I’ve felt it’s power before, I figured I’d be better off causing a diversion, and having the others getting closer with the bomb.”


“You mean to tell me this very public and obvious attack is just a diversion?”


“Fox isn’t looking at his machine right now,” she gave him a wink.


Owlet and Glisten slipped through the air ducts that traced round the building with silent grace. Glisten was able to flutter through the ducts, while Owlet moved with gymnastic skills honed through long hours of practice with her White Owl. Finally they reached their destination and waited for the distraction. As all the heroines were freed, they dropped into the scene behind the hypnosis machine. They started to arm the bomb they brought.


While most of the heroes battle the robots; The White Owl showing her incredible skills, spinning in midair and hitting four of them with her wings and claws; Prince Dolfan using his combat skills to toss the machines with martial precission; Wisp launching gusts of wind to wipe some out, launching fireballs at others; two heroines, Cracovia and Britainia, use their not inconsiderable strength to corral Ubercat. It was not an easy process, as they were focused on not hurting their friend and ally, made even more difficult when the equally powerful Ubercat was not showing them the same mercy.


Rush Rabbit was about to rejoin the fight when she dropped down to her knees again. Billy tried to comfort her, but he knew there was little he could do if she was actually injured. She smiled bravely up to him.


“I don’t think you should have given me the recharge,” she told him, “I can feel my will slipping away, in moments I’ll be as much Fox’s puppet as Ubercat is, and now I have the strength to be involved in the fight.”


Billy squeezes her shoulder comfortingly for a moment, he then reached up and took a clip from his ear and pinned it to Rush Rabbit’s. She looked unsure for a moment but instantly looked happier.


“Kommandant Fuchs, the version of Fox on our world, used something similar to hypnotise people, he had this machine that protected him, I managed to miniaturise it and work it into an earpiece. It’s why his machine wasn’t going to work on me. It should protect you too.”


“But you…”


“On my world Rush would kick his ass, I know you can to, I know I’m safe because Rush is here.”


He smiled to her and then clutched his head as he felt the machine trying to affect him.


He wasn’t the only one being affected either. Glisten was fluttering up to the hypnomachine, ready to grab the key and attach the bomb. Owlet was watching her back, making sure no robot tried to stop her. She had just reached the machine when she felt something hitting her in the back. Owlet, now totally under Fox’s control, had thrown something at her. The human heroine had now drawn a bo-shuriken style feather, ready to take out the little butterfly. Glisten dropped the bomb, letting it fall to the ground and explode just too far from the machine to damage it. Both heroines were thrown to the side, allowing Glisten the chance to make a wall of ice between her and Owlet.


She wasn’t the only one either. Cracovia felt a powerful kick hit her in the chest as Britainia moved away from stopping Ubercat and towards helping the hypnotised heroine hurt her closest friend. Cracovia began to fight back, but she knew she’d be no match for two superstrong women focused solely on taking her down. That was why she began to back off.


Cracovia moved closer to The White Owl, hoping that together they might be a match for Britainia and Ubercat. It was too late that she realised what a mistake this was. The White Owl’s eyes were already as blank as Ubercat and Cracovia was now too close to avoid the powerful kick being unleashed against her, putting her in the clear path of both Britainia and Ubercat who hit her with powerful punches at the same moment.


Cracovia hit the ground hard, slumping slightly, she was stunned and she knew that by the time she’d recover she’d be under Fox’s control. She then realised she didn’t need to worry about that, the trio that took her out were coming to finish the job. The only thing that stopped them doing just that was the double blast of wind released by Wisp and Glisten together as they grouped together to protect their fallen comrade.


This didn’t last long as the two fairy like beings moved from being back to back to being face to face, both slipping under the trance and instinctively following the instruction to take the other out. They began matching each other for elemental attacks.


Rush Rabbit took all this in and knew it was her turn to act. She entered hyper mode and began binding her friends so they couldn’t hurt one another or her. She knew it wouldn’t buy her much time, Ubercat would soon break the bonds she had on her, and when Cracovia recovered she couldn’t hold her down. But it gave Dolfan a chance to reclaim his key.


Instead of doing so he attacked Fox. Fox just grinned and shot the seafolk prince with a taser. He crumpled to the floor and the battle seemed lost. Fox could not see anyway for the fight to go any way but his. As such he walked to the once more exhausted Rush Rabbit, telling her that she had been a surprisingly worthy adversary but it was ending the only way it could.


“You’re right there,” Rush Rabbit told him as she used the last of the speed she could muster to snatch away the device he was using to protect himself from the hypnosis.


The effect was almost instant, his eyes went wide, then glassy then finally blank as his will was overtaken by the machine. Rush Rabbit was fast to give him his instructions, he was to dismantle the hypnomachine and then forget how he’d made it. After that he’d go to the police to admit what he’d done. She knew it was a longshot that the hypnotic conditioning would last long enough to carry out the last step but she was confident that it would at least be the end of the machine.


Almost an hour after the machine was turned off, those affected began to come round again. Rush Rabbit was able to return Prince Dolfan’s key, advising him not to be so rash from now on. They took the rest of the day to recover before heading back to Avalous. This gave Owlet a chance to train with The White Owl, learning a few different skills even her mentor didn’t have. Wisp and Glisten got to have an afternoon enjoying themselves too, Wisp even introduce the concept of the slushie to the world, something Glisten was sure would catch on quickly. Rush Rabbit and Billy got a chance to talk too.


“It was good to work with you,” Billy told her as they were ready to go their separate ways again, “things between myself and my Rush are a little strained at the moment.”


“I’m sure whatever it is you can work through it,” Rush Rabbit assured him, “any heroine would be lucky to have you in her corner, especially when you believe in her so much that the trust extends to her animal ‘ganger in another universe. Gods our lives are weird.”


Billy laughed.


“It’s good to hear you laugh, I know you’ve had a tough time, but keep the faith, keep hope, good things will happen.”


“I think they already are,” Billy hugged her tight, it was time to go.


“And if she doesn’t forgive you, you can always come back here, you’re always welcome on my team.”


Billy smiled and gave her a wave as he joined the others at the portal, heading to Avalous, and ready to be going home.


Homeward Bound: Animal Kingdom
Just barely made it to Heroine appreciation day with my latest story. It's not officially part of the celebrations, but I wanted it out in time for it. This is the third and final Homeward Bound story and this time they are in the Aniverse where everyone is an anthropomorphic animal, including Ubercat, Rush Rabbit, Glisten (a fairy like butterfly), The White Owl (who is an actual white owl) and he oversized eagle Cracovia 

Thanks to fairyprincessjess for proffing this and to those that let their characters be used. You should check them all out. They are White0wlsuperheroine TheStonemiester1 DestroXXIV Cracoviia and fairyprincessjess 

Happy heroine appreciation day everyone
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So you may have noticed that Rush Series 2 came to a dramatic close last week. And as such I'm taking a week off from the writing, recharging and getting ready for even more adventures for Rush, Lightning Blaze and so many more. That's why this week I'm giving a rough idea of what's to come. As such here are the next month or so in terms of stories.

Noir: The winner of my poll from a month or so ago, Noir gets her first solo story after her turn as part of the first series of Marina. It will give a bit of an insight into her dark backstory hinted at in her first appearance as well as working as an introduction to a new major antagonist for the Phantasamverse.

Victoria of Sherwood: So I don't know if you've heard but TheStonemiester1 is running a competition as we speak to reimagine the OCs of dA in a medieval setting. I know she's thinking knights and dragons and the like, but to me, that screams crusades and it screams Robin Hood. As such, despite her fate in the main universe, in this one Shadow Arrow is taking the role of Robin Hood trying to protect her home from the evil Sir Paul, the Sheriff of Nottingham. It may have a few more surprises along the way, but expect to see HM6, Billy, Owlet, Marina, Wisp and Rush all placed in that setting over five or six slightly shorter chapters. Find the contest here  2017 July-September Contest!Yes, I've given up on inventive titles. Sue me.
I'll think of something. Later. Probably.
Okay, so in case you hadn't twigged it, the polls over the last few days have been all about narrowing down the themes of this contest. In the initial, suggestions Journal entry, someone suggested a sorta 'through the ages' type theme, where people could reimagine heroines to fit any specific time period of their choosing. And, while I do really like this idea, I know I, personally, would have struggled to narrow it down. I like a little more direction, and when it's entirely open, it comes entirely down to personal taste; alternate WWII might be someone's favourite thing in the world, but I might hate it (I don't. In fact, the opposite is true) and, being the only judge, that's not fair.
So the polls were to decide a specific time period. And, oh boy, you picked a good one.
Our theme/goal here is to reimagine various heroine (heck, or villain) characters here on DA to fit a medieval fantasy


Avalous Adventure: So Billy, Wisp, Britainia and Owlet were left stuck in an alternate dimension when Rush ran off at the end of series 2, this may seem tricky to get out of for them, but there is a way back, and that's this (probably) three part story. The name will change, because of course it will, it doesn't totally fit what's in store for the group. The need to rescue the three keybearers that were in hiding during the last story and if they succeed they get to come home. 

The Misadventures of Honey Bee: She came second in the poll and as such she gets a story too, having only been seen in one story so far, this is a chance to look at another heroine from MI13b, only this one does not have the successful track record of Rush, which when you look at Rush's record that's really not looking good for this pretty yet danger-prone damsel. This one will have a bit more adult content, so be warned.

Rush Fast Forward: Find out what happened to Rush in this long promised story, she will be teaming up with one of the few people that can match her in terms of speed, namely herself. As the Avalous Adventure opens up the Phantasamverse to a few new ideas and concepts, this does the same, creating a whole new setting that will get lots of exploring as we go on. Trying not to give too much away with this description.

Lightning Blaze; Special Effects: An underused lead so far, I have big plans for the Lightning Blaze series, but this is only her second solo story under my banner. I'm introducing another villain for her in this story FFFX, also known as Femme Fatale Effects, a very different kind of villain, to her it's just a job. 

This is just the next month or two though, after that there is still so much more to look forward to, a series of Team Superfriendship adventures, Rush: Fast Friends series 2 and Marina series 2 are all still to come, more on them as things get closer :)

Characters mentioned are my own aside from:
                                                                    Wisp, owned by fairyprincessjess 
                                                                    HM6 (And it's leader Britainia), the super team created by DestroXXIV 
                                                                    Owlet, created by TheStonemiester1 for White0wlsuperheroine 
                

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Xeranad Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2017
I say unto thee good morning, Mr. Phantasm.
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Phantasam114 Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2017  Hobbyist
A hearty greetings and salutations upon thine self sir
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Xeranad Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2017
Have things been going well in your neck of the woods?
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hypnocelebs Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2017
Thanks for the watch!
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ErasedMe Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hello,
I hope I'm not bothering you, but I wish you a happy day.
-Stay awesome.
♥J. L.
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Phantasam114 Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2017  Hobbyist
Thanks, you too
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ErasedMe Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Your welcome and thank you too.
♡(∩o∩)♡
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Crisis-Comics Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I was looking for a well-known speedster and happened upon your page.

Would it be possible to borrow Rush for a cameo in one of my future stories?
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Phantasam114 Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2017  Hobbyist
Almost certainly, do you want to just drop me a message with a rough idea of what you'd be doing with her and I'll almost certainly approve. :D
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Crisis-Comics Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Nevermind. I found someone else's OC to fill the spot.

But let's keep in touch.
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