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Twilit Friends Ch 1Warnings: Will eventually contain slash, shonen-ai, bl, incest, ect ect. Don't like? Don't know what it is? Don't read. This is a Twilight Princess Inheritance Cycle crossover, soooo...enjoy? Lol. Based off my doujinishi that I will one day complete. OH and there'll probably be some spoilers for Brisingr, and definatley for Eldest, and no duh for Eragon. And please point out any grammar errors if you see them :3
Eragon opened his chocolate brown eyes slowly and rubbed them. Nng...where...am I? He murmured drowsily. Oh yeah.... he spoke again, talking quietly to himself. Galbatorixs prison... He took a look around. He was in a slightly small, dark, damp cell. The thick iron bars looked impossible to open by brute force, and as far as Eragon could tell, there was no opening mechanism on the door; the only way to open the door was probably by magic. On the floor, there was some damp-smelling mounds of straw, and...a sleeping wolf? Next to t
The Wild Wolves-CONTAINS YOAI-Toboe, Tsume, Hige, and Kiba had finally gotten out of that horrible town. They just couldn't believe that those older wolves could live like that.
"Hey, guys? I'm really tired. Can we stop for the night?" asked Toboe.
"Yeah," agreed Hige."I dunno why, but I'm really tired too."
Tsume rolled his eyes, and Kiba sighed. "Sure, I guess we can."
Hige and Toboe both gave him a weary smile, weakly thanking him. They soon went to bed with their human illusions off. Kiba and Tsume were sitting around the small fire they had started earlier, until Tsume broke the silence.
"Hey, Kiba," he spoke quietly, to not wake the younger wolves.
"What is it, Tsume?"he asked in the same quiet tone, giving the older wolf his full attention. Tsume didn't often talk like this unless he had something important to say.
"...Do you think there's something up with those two? I mean, usually don't they like to play with each other or hunt? And it's weird seeing them tired when they're usually h
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