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Jerren and Ami on Jurai Part 26Part 26: A New DirectionJerren and Ami on Jurai Part 26 by chainedname
Stunned silence washed over the hall after Lady Seto’s proclamation.
"Was I unclear?” Lady Seto fanned herself, “You will give these two what was promised them. They saved our people from destruction and on top of that they also saved my granddaughter, so we are indebted to them."
“Yes Milady!” Lord Azuza sighed in defeat.
"Yes Mother!” Misaki grumbled, bowing her head.
“You mean we get our reward? AWESOME…!” Jerren leaned forward as Ami looked on wide eyed over his shoulder. Turning, Jerren swept Ami into a hug and swung her around as they both laughed happily. Lady Seto coughed and raised her hand slapping her fan to gain the enthusiastic celebrants attention.
"A moment if you please while I clarify, before you may claim your prize you must do two things to qualify.”
"What things?" Ami’s expression sobered as Jerren lowered her gently to the ground.
"Oh, nothing particularly arduous, in fact yo
Jerren and Ami on Jurai Part 25Part 25: the Lady Seto Kamiki JuraiJerren and Ami on Jurai Part 25 by chainedname
Jerren and Ami sat in silence during the flight on Azuza’s ship; the Kiroto. Staring out a viewport, Jerren and Ami were completely unprepared by the appearance of the Mikagami. The ship was ring shaped, with another ring spinning inside of it. A harsh contrast of yellow and steel blue exemplified the utilitarian harshness of the military flagship of the Jurian fleet.
"OH my goodness!” Ami blurted, “The size of it, it's...it's...I can't even to begin to describe my feelings about it!
"It’s larger than Ayekas’ ship…!” Jerren commented. “And it’s even wider than the Soja!"
Ayeka scoffed in disgust, walking past the two humans as the Kiroto docked with the Mikagami.
“Again it is the size that impresses,” Ayeka muttered rolling her eyes, “Humans!”
The group disembarked and walked up floating steps that somehow positioned themselves perfectly underfoot. When they reached
Jerren and Ami on Jurai Part 24Part 24: PromisesJerren and Ami on Jurai Part 24 by chainedname
“Fascinating…” Washu said under her breath as the two humans celebrated their victory, “Could these children be the ones prophesied about five thousand years ago?”
The force field holding Ayeka flickered and disappeared. The Princess fell sprightly to the floor where she ran to Jerren and threw herself into his arms. Jerren held her awkwardly, not sure what to make of it, or how he should react to the sudden intimacy.
"Oh thank you Jerren…thank you, thank you!” Ayeka exclaimed, tears welling at the corner of her eyes, a grateful smile beaming up at the face of her rescuer. “I cannot thank you enough for rescuing me!”
"Um…that’s alright Miss Ayeka, but I don't deserve all the credit, my friend Ami helped…” Jerren indicated Ami who stood off to the side blushing at the emotional display of the Princess. Ayeka turned to Ami her demeanor turning cold.
"Oh...of course…” Ayeka presente
Jerren and Ami on Jurai Part 23Part 23: Jerren and Ami vs. KagatoJerren and Ami on Jurai Part 23 by chainedname
"Are you ready for this Ami?" Jerren activated the light hawk sword.
"I am…!” Ami took her vest off, folded it and gave it to Washu who sat cradling her unconscious daughter in her arms.
"I don't know what good it will do keeping your vest safe...” Jerren looked on mildly perplexed.
“Hey, it’s my favourite vest! Now then, let’s put this freak in his proper place once and for all!"
“Kick his butt!” Washu cheered.
"Right…!" Ami took a balanced stance beside her friend, winking at the diminutive scientist.
Without exchanging any words, the duo charged at their enemy.
With a wave of his hand Kagato generated a giant, green energy wave that crackled though the air, hurtling in their direction.
"Watch out!” Jerren blocked the wave with a shield of energy from his sword. Ami stumbled to halt her charge, just barely throwing a bubble field in the path of the energy wave. Waves of pressure beat at the
The first picture I ever drew (well, that sticks in my mind anyway) was a little copy done of a character popular at the time...Widget. The four foot shape shifting eco-warrior.
I grew up on western comics like spider-man and Batman. From there I discovered Adam Warren and he became my favorite Artist/Author and turned me on to Manga and Anime. I've never truly settled on any one style and constantly shift from cartoony to realistic. However I do seem to revolve around the manga style at my core.
I dropped off of drawing for a few years but am now back in full swing. Well...maybe half swing.