Prologue of the Sky Particles
Ias felt drained now and hopped off of the dragon and into the entrance to a darkened cave. The dragon took off leaving him but not before reporting, "I will see you later."
Ias peered into the cave, and the jagged interior it represented. He saw the pictures and drawings painted all around the walls and oriented on them immediately drawn to them. They were realistic to the point of jumping out at him. He continued to stare with a bemused expression until he heard a voice, "I am glad you like them."
He turned around to behold an emerald green dragon, much of the same size and shape of the dragon that brought him in, though it was a little larger. The other difference was that this one had a red mane of hair on his head and red spines down his back with belly scales of plated yellow to under his tail.
"I really do enjoy them," Ias responded to the dragon.
It flicked its tongue out at him remarking dreamily responding, "Thank you. I will be returning to draw more of them. See you later."
Ias nodded smiling warmly and the dragon left down the cave leaving Ias, who turned to partake of the drawings along the walls of the mouth of the cave. He was in love with the drawings and enjoyed every bit of it and how the artistry of the dragon images and furry images were done. This brought about the dreamy state just looking at them with a different intensity. He sat down after a while and began to write about his descent into the mountains and especially of the dragon. He started to write a small story about the creature and how he had reached it.
He wrote about his dreamy state and abilities once again trying to wonder at their elusivity again and came to a peak as his dreamy surrealism felt to make him one with his paper and everything around him, far greater than had happened before. He felt he reached the peak of something and his heart leapt and the feeling was of a free flying in the air. He felt released and able to touch and be with anything and everything. He felt he could fly or burrow or do anything he wanted. His senses were extremely sharpened.
He leapt up at first uncontrollingly kicking and bouncing off the sides of the mountains until he mounted the peak of one of them at the far end scrabbling up it, causing chunks and bits to fall off with crashes and light clinking sounds.
He breathed heavily though founds no reason to. He did this mostly out of exhilaration as he looked around and took everything in but could not make sense out of everything and this built him up making him ready to jump about again. He reached out and brought himself back out of his sudden madness. The dreamy feeling did not subside and it stayed intense enough to feel casual to him the longer he was in it. He still felt extreme fervor and lounged back on the peaks of the mountain he was on blissfully, in the fact that he felt so uplifted.
The air in front of Ias shimmered and contorted to form a person. Ias jumped and scrambled up higher. The contortion followed him. He couldn't shake it off by going up higher and could not discern it completely but it continued to take a more definite shape.
"You are becoming more of a concern than we are willing to put aside," A voice came from the contortion of the air. The contortion made a full form cascading into a floating version of the young Drakknight creature he had met before.
"What are you doing here?" Ias found himself rasping out though the answer was there but too ambiguous for him to discern.
"That does not matter. I am afraid no answers can be afforded as before. You however can be afforded the point that have become more of a concern than were are willing to stand to the side of now. I have no choice but to address this in far greater measure than before and subject you to banishment," The Drakknight said to Ias and looked up to the heavens for a while before back down to Ias smiling.
"What? What am I doing that is standing in your way? What banishment?" Ias asked frustrated suddenly by what was happening, his mind still swelling from his previous elation.
The creature kept his eyes on Ias but in the end, "That question I can answer in a way. This banishment is into the bowls of hell as they can contain you better than in the first level of the world. The next path that may or may not be revealed to you, I cannot afford to allow to happen here. I am afraid to action the banishment but it is in my right to action it. I claim my right to procure banishment to this creature! May he be sent away to never return."
Ias was far more dumbfounded but he noticed a buzzing feeling around himself. The buzzing turned into a quick sparkling black circle around the edges of his body pulling closer into him. He tried to jump out of it but he could not no matter which way he went. The whole of it finally encased him all around. He suddenly felt himself falling into the blackness around him and into a cold void.
22 September 2019 at 16:02:31 MDT