World of Warcraft-master and mount

My entry for the WoW comp... told from the point of veiw of a frostsaber, the mount of a sentinel night elf. If you notice anything wrong or that wouldn't happen in WoW, please let me know! I have never played it but it sounds awesome!

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6. chapter six - the end

I had only just reached them in time. Scar was holding the sword up to Starshades throat, ready to kill him. I leapt. Just in time. My powerful jaws crunched down onto Scar's neck. I heard the painful snap, the painful snap that showed his death. And then I collapsed, my injuries draining my life...

 

Two months later...

 

Fully healed physically, still weak mentally. Thats how I felt. Because I had almost allowed Starshade to die. We had waited in the forest, healing, all six of us. Soon, Silent had died. And then Arrowburn, her mate, had lost the will to live. He had given up, and he had died, next to Silents peaceful, forever resting body.

 

A while later, some other sentinel scouts had found us, and brought us back to the nearest Alliance healers. And together, we had pulled through, me and Starshade, Furyfighter and Battleheart. I had never thought that I would learn to respect a blood elf and her dragonhawk. But I respected them. I really, truly did.

 

When we had all waited, it was the time to leave Furyfighter and Battleheart.

"Goodbye." Battleheart murmured. "And... and thanks for everything. You freed the dragonhawks. And for that, I will never be able to give you enough gratitude." She smiled, and I wanted to tell her that I was sorry that I was so untrusting before we had freed the dragonhawks. But, being a frost saber, I couldn't.

"Goodbye, Battleheart. And, well, I'm glad I helped. Thanks for freeing me and Swiftclaw." He replied. I looked at Furyfighter,and our eyes met. We seemed to understand each other now, but ever since our eyes connected, I felt like I knew him as if he were my brother. And then they took off. I know they had to find the dragonhawks. But I was sad to see them go, unlike the healer, who, quite frankly, hated them for their race. I turned to look at Starshade, and we smiled. Me and Starshade, just us, just usready to go travelling again, causing trouble for the Horde, and doing whatever tasks Starshade was given as a sentinel. But never, would we forget our old enemies, and now our closest friends, Furyfighter and Battleheart.

 

 

 

 

THE END

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