Linked (A Big Four Fan Fiction) Chp. 19 "Hiccup, GET OFF OF ME!" I roared, having just finished my urgent story about how I "fell" from Toothless. My angry voice echoed off the walls of the large room.
"But you're kind of comfortable--"
"NOW!" Hiccup scrambled off my back, and I rolled over, having previously been lying on my stomacht my poor chest expand. Up, down, in, out, my deep breaths were very relieving. Slowly, I hefted myself to my feet. "So," I said turning to North, "Was I right?" I knew before he even opened his mouth that I was. It was right there on his face.
"You said she wasn't a threat," Jack growled to the rest of the guardians, pointedly ignoring me.
"No, you said she wasn't a threat. I told you she was." I said.
"Merida's right, she did warn us," Wreav was, for once, serious. His features were set in firm, determined lines.
Linked (A Big Four Fan Fiction) Chapter 18 I awoke to shouting, accompanied by a warm sensation. My eyes flew open to see that my bed, and my body, were engulfed in flames. Brilliant, dancing red flames that didn't do me any harm. I only felt a warm tingle.
"Merida! You have to control it!" A voice, Jack's voice, shouted. How? How could I control this? What's happening to me?! I remembered what my father taught me: in battle, I had to keep my cool. If I should ever become upset, I should take three deep breaths to calm myself down. One, two, three.... The flames calmed down, then vanished. The only remnants left behind were scorched blankets and sheets.
"What happened?" I asked Jack, who was looking at me in concern.
"I need to look at your burns, Merida," Rapunzel was back into her medic mode.
"I don't have any burns," I said in astonishment after a quick inspection of my body.
Linked (A Big Four Fan Fiction) Chapter 17 I was floating in darkness.
I never thought such a thing was possible, until now. It's sounds like something artistic and deep that Rapunzel or Hiccup would say, but it was true. I couldn't move, and I couldn't do anything. I couldn't hear, see, feel, you name it, I probably couldn't do it. It felt like I was just floating, not going anywhere. Time had no meaning, and neither did fear nor pain. I was peaceful, even though I knew that this wasn't real. Maybe I could just stay here....
"Merida!" A voice broke through the nothingness urgently, irritating me. I was alright. This person was disturbing my calm. "Merida, wake up!" Whoever it was sounded absolutely terrified, and I tried to place that voice. I couldn't remember anybody that matched that voice. "Don't leave me, Princess," An itching started in my mind, nagging me. I knew that nickname: Princess. The question was: from where? "Merida," the voi