Lavenderwing EpilogueEpilogueLavenderwing Epilogue by ~VioletLavender
A year passed, and there had been many changes to the forest since then.
For one thing, the creature hadn’t shown itself since. There was a rumor that it froze to death in the cold, harsh winter.
The forest gradually became more accustomed to a gentle rule, and breathed a sigh of relief.
Violet didn’t think she would make a good ruler, but once she tried it out, it seemed to suit her.
A friend once told her, “It is sometimes the humblest person who makes the best leader.”
She thought of her father.
Oh, if that False Vampire Bat had never come here, then you’d still be around… She remembered
Lavenderwing Chapter 11Chapter 11: Learning to Love AgainLavenderwing Chapter 11 by ~VioletLavender
After the confrontation with the giant bat, the owls went back to the place where Violet saw a bloody, feathered body.
“Aurora…” Violet reached out. Her body was still partially covered by shadow. “I’m so sorry I couldn’t save you…”
The forest stayed silent. Violet looked at her sister.
It wasn’t fair. She’d gotten to know so little about her…
“Th- that’s okay…” the pile of feathers on the ground twitched.
“Aurora! You’re alive?”
She smiled slightly. “Violet…”
Lavenderwing Chapter 10Chapter 10: Confronting the Past/Epic Showdown by the River RouteLavenderwing Chapter 10 by ~VioletLavender
The creature watched the Lavenderwings move slowly toward their roost. That’s it… he thought. Go home to sleep. Things will be taken care of quickly, and then I can move on to the Silverwing colony…
Violet moved slowly toward her roost, but she began to sense an eerie feeling… Like an impending sense of doom.
The forest seemed to darken. Already, there was no sign of the birds who’d been singing just a while ago.
A cold breeze blew by and she shivered, no longer sensing the warmth she’s felt just a few minutes ago.
A weak voice came f
Lavenderwing Chapter 9Chapter 9: MemoriesLavenderwing Chapter 9 by ~VioletLavender
“So you’re telling me you sensed a strange feeling in the valley and didn’t tell anyone?!” Marina cried.
“I didn’t think it was anything!,” Orestes replied. “People get strange feelings all the time!”
“It was as if a large shadow was looming overhead… A large creature!”
“Alright, if it’s that important to you, we’ll search the valley.”
“Good.” Marina replied. “If there is a giant bat in our midst, we need to be prepared and act quickly.” A thought just hit her. “Wait. That’s the same val