Category: A Tails Misfortune

A Tail’s Misfortune — Chapter Ten: Thrown To The Wolves

Author Note:  Alright, I’ve decided I need some time to work out some things in my life.  With my grandfather having issues with his gallbladder and taking a bit of time away to help him, it ended up causing me to have my work schedule flipped around, and I’ve been working a bit more because

A Tail’s Misfortune — Chapter Nine: Consolidation

Author Note:  Alright, sorry for being so late.  I haven’t even gotten past like 700 words in the next chapter for Patreon.  My grandfather’s been sick all week; between my work schedule, I’ve been taking shifts with my uncle to help my grandparents.  Last night we took him to the hospital after he collapsed on

A Tail’s Misfortune — Chapter Eight: Yin and Yang

Sora couldn’t help but feel a mountain drop on her shoulders.  “What do you mean: I’m going to help?” Her aunt chuckled.  “Sora, I told you before, I am only an intellectual construct of your aunt; I hold no real power.  I can guide you, but you must be the one to act out the

A Tail’s Misfortune — Chapter Seven: Introduction To Ethics

Sora straightened as Inari continued.  “When you think of myths, the stories that are told throughout your history, what are they representing?” Ashley cupped her chin.  “Hmm, in connection to your previous statement, I assume it has to do with ethics.  So, my guess would depend on the tale, but they are all meant to

A Tail’s Misfortune — Chapter Six: First Trial

Sora’s vision cleared as the ceiling came back into view; Wendy stirred beside her, rubbing her eyes.  “I’m a little scared about what we’ll be doing.” Lifting herself, Sora nodded.  “Me too, I don’t want to mess up.  I don’t know what opening your Core levels will do or what that involves.  My aunt described

A Tail’s Misfortune — Chapter Five: Settling In

Sora’s vision focused on a gray-furred Vulpes as she nodded rigidly.  Olivia’s voice was soft spoken. “If—that’s what you’ve decided.” Her white dress was fitted but showed a few rips that had repair work done and there were three blue stripes on her sleeves. Mimi’s yellow irises locked on Sora.  “I will have Olivia guide

A Tail’s Misfortune — Chapter Four: First Impression

Sora took a deep breath as they entered the town.  There were quite a few humans and Vulpes hauling carts of fruit, grain, and vegetables down the streets and empty carts moving the opposite direction.  Sora recognized wheat, onions, carrots, tomatoes, and pears, but there were quite a few she didn’t have the vaguest idea

A Tail’s Misfortune — Chapter Three: The Vulpes Realm

Sora passed several rooms as she caught up to the group; everyone had met at the entrance.  Large stone pillars were erect on either side of the massive doors, leading outside. When she left the warm sensation of the mountain to be embraced by the energizing sky, Sora couldn’t help but smile.  The surroundings were

A Tail’s Misfortune — Chapter Two: Can We Get Along?

Sora moved to the red light, everyone but Kari followed.  The light took up the majority of the wall and looked almost solid.  Taking a deep breath she examined the light, looking deeper than what she currently saw; to her surprise, she found symbols.  They were similar to what she saw at her aunt’s shrine.

A Tail’s Misfortune — Chapter One: The Gate

Author’s Note:   Okay!  I haven’t completed the third book!  This is just a teaser chapter, I guess.  I finished the first chapter (been super busy with work this week and other obligations).  I thought you’d like a sneak peek into book three.  I won’t release another chapter until I’ve completed book three.  Enjoy! ^_^7     Sora ran