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  1. I've always been a fan of your work, Sky. These are great but I am really digging the zord one. Now that is awesome.
  2. Welcome to PRE. And yay for another rper!
  3. Braxton looked at Caleb and smiled. He was going to enjoy doing this. There was nothing easy about creating the open link for the very first time. Even if the permission was there, invading someone's mind wasn't smooth. It felt like a sledgehammer to your skull, a constant pain pulsing through your head until the connection can be formed and the first words are said through the link. "Don't move." He ordered as he turned and slipped into the shadows. Shifting could be a traumatizing experience from the unnatural way muscles and bones contort to new alignment to the hairs sprouting as skin fades away. He wanted to avoid that at all cost. One messed up situation at a time despite whatever he may feel towards a certain ranger. Elena watched the teen approach her and lowered her head and blinked her eyes in acknowledgment to her attempt at a conversation. "Ares..." Ares rolled his eyes as he tried his best to move closer without tripping or hurting himself even more. His chest still hurt with each breath he took and his sides were on fire. He could use a drink even though he wasn't a drinker. "First impressions are key, Elena. This makes me look like I belong in a padded room." He said, smiling at Charlie. Elena snorted. "What is it that you want to say?" He asked her ready to translate. "Tell her hi. " Ares mouth dropped open. "That's all?" "It's only right to return the greeting. It would be rude of me to ignore." "As you wish, your heinous." He smirked as he turned his attention to Charlie. "Your heinous here says hi." Kat couldn't agree more with Bridge. They needed safety and she needed to attend to Ares and his hidden wounds. She needed to make sure that he was okay. The thought of losing another ranger weighed heavily on her. Kassie crossed her mind. "You're right. We're sitting ducks out here. " Kat said, stepping down off the rubble and onto solid ground. "Ares, Charlie. We should go." She turned her head towards Elena where she sat. "We have a safe house that's in the woods. It's excluded and undetected." Elena turned to the older woman and nodded her head once before her head turned to Braxton as he stepped out of the shadows, black fur and all wolf. "You heard?" Braxton nodded his head. "Yes, wise choice. Stay alert, red eyes could be out now that they had a traitor amongst them. As soon as we find Lindy, I will let you know." Elena stood up on all four and jumped down from her spot and approached him. "Bring her home Braxton. We all need her." She said as she nudged him with her nose. "Be gentle with your link. Lindy would rip you to shreds if you hurt her mate." Braxton scuffed and nipped at her hind legs as his sister passed him. He shook his head and turned and made his way to stand in front of Caleb. Direct eye contact was needed. "Lets get this over with." Ares waved his hand towards Caleb and Braxton. "Make eye contact so he can do the link. Whatever you do don't break it." He told him telling him of the process he went through when he was ten. "You'll feel a pressure and this sensation and Braxton should appear in your head. It's a gateway that you will need to open."
  4. The call was so strong, feeling the energy from both power coins coursing through her veins. The pterodactyl screeched and the t-rex roared. Power she had not felt in quite some time sparked the flames and ignited the path to the ancient dinosaurs. A power that has long been gone flared to life. The ancient spirits they fought with and used during their ranger days was once again alive. Trista gasped. Flashes of memory from long ago appeared inside her head. At first Trista thought they belong to her or Kyle but the more they played over she realized they didn't belong to her. Her eyes glazed over, falling deeper into the trance. "Fall back!" The voice yelled out, forcing her voice through the looming thunder. Explosions escalated around her. It was too much. "We can do this." The male's voice broke through. "We have to stop him." Every muscle hurt, every bone in her body aches with each movement she took. Her suit was tattered, her helmet shattered. Blood trickled down the side of her forehead. Her hair fell in front of her eyes when she removed her helmet and tossed it to the side. "How? He's too powerful. Even the five of us don't..." "We were made for this moment, forged through fire and blood." He began as her insides flared to life. "We, together as one harness the power." The symbol on her chest still intact began to shimmer and glow. A pulse of power flooded through her veins. She looked at her team, broken and battered but their own symbol reacted to hers. "What's happening?" The pink ranger asked her as her strength renewed, feeling the power deep inside. The energy spiked and the shimmer wrapped itself around her. And than it shattered leaving the pink ranger whole again. "I feel new power." The blue ranger stated as his bare hand became in cased with white. His energy swirled around his body and flowed through him. Blue shimmer faded from him, he too was whole again. "It is time, my friends. Time for us to stand and unite!" His voice was deep as the sword appeared in her hand. She instinctively twirled it in her hand and stuck it to the ground as red exploded from within. The red light snapped her out of the trance and she stumbled back from the dresser. She felt woozy and lightheaded. Premonitions from the past were always the hardest to withstand especially when the memories weren't her own. "You saw something." Phoenix said rather than asked. Trista nodded as she pinched the bridge of her nose. She took a moment to collect her scattered thoughts. "I saw rangers but these rangers weren't us." She looked to Kyle. "Rangers who had our powers though. And they were fighting someone but I couldn't see who. But that's not the weird part. The weird part was I heard our mystery man's voice with the red ranger." "He was a ranger?" Phoenix asked, looking at Trista confused. "That's not what I got though. He's suppose to be more than that." Trista shook her head. "No, he wasn't the part of the red ranger because the red ranger was a woman. It felt as though he was the power itself. She had a conversation with him before I came too." ... She stopped in front of the woman who swore her legions with her. Tilting her head to the side as she forced eye contact with her by placing her fingertip under her chin. She reek with power, her will for destruction spilled from her blood. She couldn't hide the smile that appeared on her lips. "Come. We have a lot to do." She said as she started to make her way down the street. With each step she took her appearance began to change. Her hair became longer and darker, her scrubs faded and a revealing red and gold gown took its place. Black diamonds adorned her wrists and neck. "We have a stop to make."
  5. "I couldn't just let him die, Sam." She told him, her heart aching. Her early morning rescue played over inside her head. "I found his mother..." She shook her head not wanting to go into details of the horrific sight she saw. The outcome went unspoken with the lack of words. Ava sighed softly, her fingertips lazily sinking into the tigers fur. "So I tiger napped him. He's alone now, just like me. He needs someone to look after him." She turned her head and looked out through the trees that surrounded them, the distant blur of the wall that separated them from the outside could be seen. "His cries broke my heart, Sam." The tear escaped but she was quick to wipe it away. "No baby should be alone." ... Del watched her as she was consumed with laughter. She tried her best to keep a straight face. No sign of emotion. No visible pain that she harbors. Instead, she masked her confrontation with the younger woman. Hiding everything behind the wall. She crossed her arms over her chest, her body stiffen with her authority. "Are you done yet?" She asked, a brow shifting upwards.
  6. His lips twitched as he looked at him. His instincts were to strike, lay it into him. Yell to the holy hells that there was no way he was coming with him. He wasn't in the mood to babysit or have someone slow him down. He was at his fasted solitary and running freely. His throat rumbled. Ares took those few steps towards Braxton as he stopped in between them, shielding Caleb from sight. "Lindy wouldn't like that." He told the shifter, he knew the look of dominance making its peak in his dark eyes. The way his lips curled and his canines touching his bottom lip. "She likes him in one piece." If only Braxton could look through Ares, borrow a hole into his soul and make him coward down. But he didn't. He backed away. "Fine. I won't kill him today. Ponyboy might actually be right. Establishing familiarity with her may help." He said, his lips curling with distaste. He signed heavily. "If he is to come, he will have to open the channel. He will have to allow me to communicate with him." He spoke loud enough for Caleb to hear. Ares flinched at the thought, creating the telepathic link with a wolf felt like a sledgehammer to your head when the first connection is made. "Caleb..." In the distance behind them, a howl echoed through the trees. It's howl was soft with a feminine touch. Braxton turned towards the trees, his eyes shifting yellow as they searched the grounds. He caught sight of the black and white blur a moment later as the second wolf that night stepped out of the shadows. The wolf was smaller than his own, fur mixed with black and white, eyes pale as they shifted from one member to another before they fell upon Braxton. With a simple bow of its head letting him know it's time to go. "This is Elena, Lindy's sister. She will look after you guys." Braxton told them as Elena came closer. "She'll keep you informed while we're gone." Elena jumped up onto a slab of concrete and sat down, lowering her head to announce that she wasn't a threat to them. She was here to protect them. She shifted her eyes up as she looked at Ares. He could feel her eyes on the back of his head. The burning sensation struck his temple. "You guys are gonna kill me." He muttered as he turned his head and allowed his eyes to meet hers. The wall crumbled and the image of Elena flashed into his head, opening the link between them. "I wouldn't dare..." Her voice was soft as she eased her way into his thoughts, unlike Braxton or Lindy, Elena took her time.
  7. "I'm not sure." Phoenix felt the chill through her body. It was dark and eerie and though she tries to shake it off even she could feel something just happened. She walked to the window and looked outside. Car alarms were going off in the distance, rain was pouring down and the lights began to go out one by one, leaving the city and its occupants in darkness. Trista felt every fiber of her being become on a stand still. Her senses spiked as the barrier began to move shielding her apartment from the unknown intruder. The light in the bedroom flickered and than went out, the only illuminating light was coming from the top drawer of Trista's dresser. She felt the pull, the energy spiking in the room and she found herself moving towards the other side of her room. Almost trapped in a trance as she pulled the drawer open, the pink and red light released. The distant calls rang in her ears. ... She heard the woman's call in the distant and made her way down through the streets. Places were familiar but yet so far away from her memories. Time it would take to fully conceal her new host with the darkness that courses through her veins. As she got closer to the woman that called to her, she could feel her energy heavily in the air. She could almost taste it. Her lips curled into a smile. "You called for me." She said, stepping into her line of vision. "What is it that you wish? Tell me what you desire."
  8. The amusement faded from her eyes, her face dropped and the color began to drain. Just the thought alone of the commander finding out about Fluffy, being confronted by that man or anyone else he would send. It down right scared her. He scared her. "You wouldn't dare tell your father about Fluffy." Her voice cracked as she quickly snatched the kitten who squawk and held him close to her. "You can't tell him, Sam. You can't tell no one about what you see here today." The tear escaped but she was quick to whip it away. "I mean it." ... Del stopped in her tracks, her boots clanking with the concrete. "I don't play games." She finally spoke, taking her hands out of her pants pockets and turned to face Liv. "Games are for children." Their eyes lock into each other, Del masked her emotions behind a wall of professionalism...for as long as she could. But the longer she looked at her, enchanted by her pure beauty. The thread began to fray. "Liv..."
  9. Braxton bit the inside of his cheek to keep his words to himself. If time wasn't of the essences he would surely put the boy in his place. None of this would be happening to her if she didn't come back to SPD; she would be safe and out of harms way. She wouldn't be lost and on the brink of having a meltdown. "You have a lot to learn when it comes to her and her wolf." He states the obvious, pushing his hair from his face. "I'm not here to change her back. It doesn't work that way. You can't force one of us to change back if we choose not to. She has to on her own." Ares felt his heart sink to the pit of his stomach. Being around them since he was ten, learning their way of living he knew some things. He didn't like what Braxton was saying. There was a change she may not come back around if she chose not too. Their pain and suffering they all had dealt with in such a short time. Maybe it was too much for her. "You're saying..." He didn't finish, he couldn't finish because he knew . Braxton looked at Ares and gave him a small nod, "I'm afraid so. Kassie's death and Jason's betrayal has severed bonds that we as shifters create with others, destroying those can very well keep her from coming back to the person we know. All this..." He waved to the mass destruction that surrounded them. "This could be too much for her. Jason's true colors pushed her over the edge." "Sweet mother of..." Ares pinched the bridge of his nose, his head dropped and his breath was loud when he exhaled. "Fuck. This can't be good, Braxton. Lindy can't stay all wolf. She has friends and family that care about her and want her back." "I wish it was that easy. But if she chooses not to take control again, I'm afraid there is nothing I nor my family can do. Forcing her back could kill her, that's why it's been outlawed among our pack. She has to come to terms with everything. " Braxton turned his head and looked at Caleb, his eyes were yellow and hard. "And I mean everything." "So what do we do? How can we help?" Ares asked, pulling himself up. "You don't expect us to not do anything...right." Braxton sighed softly, breaking away from his death stare and looked at the battered team. "I'm afraid so. You guys look like shit and really could use a moment or two to collect your thoughts. You haven't dealt with a raging hormonal female wolf before. Leave that to me. Be prepared for the unexpected. When we find her, we'll bring her to you."
  10. Kat nodded to Charlie. For as long as she has known Bridge, to his ranger days and to his current position Bridge was always the one to bring the light out of any situation they were in. His words, his body language even his attitude. She was so grown to it that she never saw anything wrong. Ares leaned against a slab of concrete, using his hand to steady himself as he position himself so he could seat or tried too. He grumbled through the burning sensation and took a moment to collect himself. "Braxton heard her cries and sent a call to the others. Her family." He breathed out. "He knows something is wrong and they are out looking for her." Braxton bowed his head in agreement, tearing his eyes away from the one who holds his sister's heart. "Where was she when this happened? It will help for me to pick up her scent." Ares pointed to the last spot she was standing. " She was standing beside us and than just slipped away. She would have gone into the woods. It's the only place that hasn't been touched by destruction." Braxton moved his way around them, keeping his distance as he took in the scents around him, shuffling through the ashes and smoke. Death that hanged in tight around them. Her scent was faint until he came upon her pile of clothing that were discarded. Something was off with her scent. Her wolf was dominate and this was not like her. He joined them a moment later. "What made her decide to let the wolf out? Why is she in full control?" He asked, hoping for answers. "This is not like Lindy to give full control. " Ares looked at Braxton and frowned. Before he relayed the question to the others. "He wants to know why Wolfie is in full control. It's not like her to set her free." He sucks in a deep breath and let it out. "It was because of me, I assume. I got caught when the base collapsed, I can only think it was to find me. " "And she has never took control back?" Braxton asked. "No. I don't think she tried too. " Ares looked to Caleb and than the others. Their encounter with her wolf was much longer than his. "Did Lindy gain control back?" Kat shook her head. "She was full wolf when Bridge and I found them." She turned to her partner, he had better insight when he was checking in on them when they were trapped. He didn't wait for anything else to be said when he disappeared into the shadows. This would take a while if he used Ares as the middle person when he didn't have a whole lot of time. Braxton forced the transformation to take place, shifting when his wolf wanted out to search for his sister. Muscles popped and pulled, bones cracked into their rightful place and shape. Sweat beaded his forehead, grunting through the pain as his body realigned its self. His hair, black as midnight was plastered and with a swipe of his hand he pushed it from his face. His eyes flashed yellow and returned to their normal brown color. Unlike his sister who chose to stay in the nude when shifting back, Braxton at least had pants on. "This is much better." He states as he stepped out of the shadows once again. "No offence to you my friend." Ares was relieved to see Braxton human. Their communication skills took its toll on his head. "No, I'm just glad you're out of my head. You and Lindy both just push on through, I don't even get a knock first." His lips twitched with a smile. Braxton smirked before he cleared his throat. "Tell me everything that has happened in the last twenty-four hours. This can be significant to her state of mind."
  11. "Don't use that tone with me, Samuel Nolan. You have no authority over me." Her eyes narrowed but they twinkle in the sunlight. She placed Fluffy down on the soft grass and stood to her feet. She rose up onto her tip toes and stared him down. " You don't get answers talking like that. I brought you here because you're my best friend and I have no one else to share this with. Now park your butt and I'll tell you how I got Fluffy. " She lowered herself back down and took a step back. "Save your tone for after. You'll need it." She grinned. ... Del kept her space and watched as Liv disappeared into the alleyway. She was casual and unnoticed setting the bag of fruit down at the edge of the entrance. Her hands smoothed down the front of her uniform jacket and she followed in. Her hands shoved into her pants pocket walking further into the alley, the sounds drowning out behind her. But she didn't stop walking, catching the outline of Liv propped up against the building. She kept on going, smiling to herself. Two can play this game.
  12. "I'm good. Or at least as good as I will be." Kat told him, trying her best to keep her emotions in check and under control. The last thing she needed...they needed was for another to go over the edge. She will do it privately and alone. "There's a safe house in the woods. We should get them there. We'll deal with Jason and his deceitful ways later. Right now, their safety is priority." Kat looked at Bridge and tried her best to put on her best smile. Ares draped an arm around his ribs and sucked in a deep breath and held it with each step he took. His eyes scanned his surroundings first before he looked over at Charlie. "Lindy can take care of herself. It's best that she runs when she can't cope. She's lost her best friend and a pack mate all in one day." "Kassie." Kat now knew why Bridge struggled with telling her about the yellow ranger. "Yes Doc. I've see her broken but not like this. Jason revealing his true identity has put her over the edge." Ares stopped in place, shaky breath as he eased the prick of fire from his ribs. "Lindy cared for Jason as a brother, formed a bond with him and now that bond has been destroyed and she's not taking it very well. Wolfie Lindy has control for a reason." His words played over in the wolf's ears as he watched them from a distance. He could not control the growl that escaped him. They only assumed where she went but that wasn't the case. His calls home of warning that something was wrong with Lindy were met with answers she wasn't there. There was no sign of her. The black wolf moved from the darkness and showed himself to them. His yellow eyes bared holes as he looked at each of them before looking at Ares. His scent of smell was distraught, tinted with blood of old wounds. "Where is she?" He pushed his thoughts into the young man. Ares flinched and pressed his hand to his temple when the words echoed inside his head. He shook his head. "I don't know." He spoke aloud. " She ran. Jason deceived us, he's one of them. " "Son of a bitch." He growled as he moved around in a circular motion. "I will kill that fucking demon boy. He does not know the damage he has done." If he could smirk he would but the threat in her brothers words sent a warning through him. "You are here to find her, I take it." He said instead of what he truly wanted too. Get in line because he's not the only one. He bows his head, tilting his head to the side. His wolf eyes fell on Caleb. "Yes. I heard her cries while patrolling our borders. The others have been alerted. They are out looking for her too. We will find her."
  13. Ava craddled the kitten to her chest, scratching the soft spot under his chin. His head fell back as he took in the scratch, eyes closing with contentment. "You can say it Sam. Saber tooth tiger...kitten." "Ooh, he is just so cute." She laughed. "Come sit." She patted the spot next to her. "And I'll tell you what happened." ... Del frowned as her hand rested against her shoulder from the impact. She was confused by her demeanor towards her and why her attitude had suddenly changed. These questions were surely to be answered in a more privately manor. She tried to stick to her routine, go to the command post but she couldn't. She couldn't leave it like this. She needed to know if this was real, if something truly did bother her. So Del began to follow her.
  14. The pain was almost too much to handle. Deceit weighed thickly and heavily in the air that surrounded them. It was unfathomable, unbearable that their family could be destroyed by a single notion; they were lied too. Lindy was gone before anyone realized she backed away from the group, stripped of her clothing and slipping into the shadows. The transformation was seamless, numb to her core. And she ran. Ran as fast as her legs would carry her and when she grew tired, she pushed herself even more. Until every muscle in her body burned, until her heart was ready to burst from her chest. Until his image, his face. The feeling of family and packmates was ripped from her soul. Until the rage she held unto for months was twisted and shoved to the forefront. The howl bellowed out of her chest, echoing loud and clear through the still of the night. ... Kat was lost for words, unable to comprehend that one of her rangers was a traitor. How could that be? How could they allow someone to slip through the cracks without realizing that they were on the opposite side? Doggie would have known this...wouldn't he? It took her a moment to grasp her bearings and push this revelations to the side. Her focus has to be on Ares. He needed her full attention. He needed to be fixed. She cleared her throat. "Caleb, I need you." She said. "We need to get Ares to safety. We all need to get to safety." The howl in the distance struck a chord with Ares, the ache was unsettling in his chest when he turned his head and looked behind him. Lindy was gone. "Shit." He cursed, sighing heavily and his head dropped. "What is it, Ares?" Kat asked. "Something wrong?" "Lindy's gone. " ... In the far off distance, the howl could be heard. Ears perked up, twitching as it listened to the pain the call delivered. It hurt the beast, whimpering as it took a step in the direction the call came from. The wolf with fur black as night tilted his head and released his own howl of despair. "Lindy!" His voice deep and husky, breaking through the barrier as he called to his sister. No response. He didn't stick around, impulse to move forward and find his sister.
  15. Ava snickered under her breath. She knew very well how much he hated being called Sammy but it hasn't stopped her yet. When it suited the moment, the name just rolls out. She couldn't help it. When she got close enough to the rock formation she stopped. "You never did promise me." She said. A moment later, without waiting for him to answer she moved closer. When she got to the opening she started to remove the branches she had put into place earlier that morning. "And where's your sense of adventure? We're protected by the barriers." Once the last of the branches were removed, Ava took a seat on the ground and reached into the opening and pulled out a small fluff ball of fur. "Meet Fluffy." ... Del slowed her pace down as she was called and than came to a stop, turning around and meeting the young woman. She kept her lips straight, no signs that she was internally happy to see her. "Yes, Miss Bowman?" Professional was key even when she didn't want to be. She had to be. No one could know... "What can I do for you?"