|Someday Somewhere the secret hero will rise up in us all|
War on the heart part 7"These are delicious, I never knew there were such things."War on the heart part 7 by shadckie
"Yeah, they're my favorite. Oh! By the way, my brother wants to meet you some day."
Sonic nods, "He thinks I'd gone crazy after I told him what you are. He thinks I probably hit my head or something."
"well, you are kinda clumsy." He mutters as he finishes off the last of the chili dogs, getting a bit of the chili on the corner of his lips
Sonic sighs and slumps down on a stump, "Clumsy, not crazy, Eggman is crazy."
Sonic chuckles getting to his feet, "Well, you know the food tastes bast if you get it in your mouth." He gently reaches up an wipes the chili away with his thumb.
"Why are you being so kind to me? Even after I tried to eat you."
The young cobalt blushes and looks away before the naga has a chance to notice. "It's just in my nature."
"How strange...most people would never be so kind to a monster like me."
"Maybe that's because you scare them or eat them before you give them a chance" He
Naga Sonadow (continuation) finalSonic sat outside the home, staring up at the night sky and imagining how Shadow's meeting was going. He jumped slightly when the door slammed open, Silver slithered out seeming extremely irritated as he headed back to his lands, Mephilis and Knuckles quickly followed, making their way back to their own territory. Sonic watched confused as they left, then remembered what one of the topics were for that evening's meetings and blushed.Naga Sonadow (continuation) final by shadckie
His ears perked and her turn to face Shadow. "H-how'd it go?"
Shadow didn't answer only picked him up and carried him inside.
Sonic stared up at the large beast, his ears pinned back and a concerned look in his eyes. What's wrong with him? Why is Shadow acting this way? Am I to blame? Will...Will I have to leave? These thoughts cut like knives through the cobalt's heart, fear consumed him at the imagination of leaving this place behind. Shadow sat him gently on the bed and sat next to him. Silence. This tension was