About Kunoichi's and a snake3About Kunoichi's and a snake part 3
Sleep; whispered a gentle voice in her head. A voice she knew she could trust without any doubt. She didn't know where it was coming from, who spoke to her and why, all she felt was the urge to obey every order that was given so that this feeling would never end.
She was floating in a blissful pool of joy, experiencing a relaxation she never thought was possible. What happened? What started all this and what was happening to her right now? None of these questions mattered. The wish to simply let go has overwhelmed her as she was drifting further away. She didn't care. She was happy now, happy to follow the seductive colors into a soothing darkness. She wanted to sleep, to simply lie down.
The moon was up high, bathing everything in its silvery light. A campfire flickered near the shore where a large snake had finally cought his prey in a young shinobi.
Sakura Haruno was on her knees, wrapped up in a cocoon of coils from her hips up to her neck. Her e
About kunoichis and a snake 4About kunoichis and a snake part 4
Sakura was finally able to sit up, leaning against the stump of a big tree. Judging by the pain in her back a tree she fell off. While recovering her strength she tried to remember what happened. It was all a blur until she heard an exclaiming "Finally!" on the other side of the tree. She peeked around the stump and saw Ino and Hinata lying on the ground, and a snakehead hovering over her companions, mumbling something she couldn't understand. Than he glared at the treetop above her with a sinister smile and started moving towards it.
Her heart seemed to stop when she put two and two together. The kunoichi touched her wet hair. The awkward smelling liquid wasn't water, she had gathered that much already. It was too mucous and thick. And now she knew why.
I I was almost eaten ; she thought shocked.
I was about to be swallowed alive.
All her training, all her experience seemed to be forgotten. The simple notion of being eaten alive froze her b
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Hinata leapt deftly through the forest, following a days-old path of destruction etched in the undergrowth. She landed neatly on the branch of a tall tree overlooking a clearing where she paused, her normally shy face twisted into something grim and fearsome, crisscrossed with visible veins signifying the use of her Byakugan. She surveyed her surroundings slowly, afraid to miss anything even with her hyper-enhanced vision, taking all due and proper caution for a kunoichi on a mission to rescue a friend and comrade.
Sango's new RoleSeveral bodies were shown laying lifeless on the ground, the people not breathing or moving as wagons were overturned as it had been a caravan that had been attacked and the sounds of battle was heard.
One figure dressed in a short dark blue outfit with dark green hair with a red ribbon and yellow sash across her waist leapt up and dodged a giant boomerang thrown at her. The boomerang whirled and returned to its wielder a brown ponytail haired women wearing black and red armor to cover herself and she caught it as it returned to her.
You really think you can defeat me? The first one said to her opponent smirking down at her as she hanged in the air.
Wretched demon I have cut down many of your kind! The other one said in response to her.
The green haired woman laughed at her as despite her human appearance she was a youkai one of many across the land and known as Yura Of The Hair who killed and afterwards took her victims hair. Her opponent was known as Sango and
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The explosion tore through the clearing quite forcibly, heaving smoke, dust, and leaves into the air. Most of the combatants were thrown into confusion by the noise and debris, but not one. She was able to see everything through the chaos. Three down, two to go. Unfortunately, the only ones that had been cleared out were the militia, the grunts. The dangerous ones, the grenadiers, still walked. She was certain they were damaged, but she had to clear enemy presence from this area completely. They were running fast, but there was little that could escape her vigilance. Seeking an optimum vantage point, Samus Aran