Okay, it's been a while since I last updated my fanfic, and I apologize.
In other news, I might be getting a Kindle Fire for Christmas, which will allow me to start making digital art.
The Nightmare Within, Chapter FourThe Nightmare WithinThe Nightmare Within, Chapter Four by heyitsmeawtoobad
I gasp as I return to my body. I feel like I've just been given an electric shock. Rubbing my temples, I try to sort out what just happened. My friends and Kylma are in trouble. And there's nothing I can do about it. The pain seeps back slowly. I'm sore all over. I'm suddenly aware that Tuuli is still talking. "How're we gonna get out of this one, huh? The robots are all over! They just sent this big guard robot, it looks kinda scary."
"Big guard?" I cough, barely audible. Oh, right. I could only talk in my dream. That's what it was right, a dream? I'm still so disoriented from that surreal experience. I look through the open wall and see the large security guard robot from my dream/vision/hallucination. It's marching back and forth with carefully measured steps. I continue watching it. Tuuli continues talking.
Day melts into night, and Tuuli falls asleep. Or loses her voice. I stay awake, always keeping my eyes fixed on the robot. Glowing r
The Nightmare Within, Chapter ThreeThe Nightmare WithinThe Nightmare Within, Chapter Three by heyitsmeawtoobad
I wake up to a searing pain in my wrist. Must've crash landed. I look at my wrist and think, 'I don't think it should be able to bend like that.' I lay still for a moment, trying to feel if I have any other injuries. Other than a cut above my eyebrow, I'm relatively unscathed. Suddenly, I remember why I'm here. Tuuli. I slowly and painfully get to my feet, and begin to make my way out of the jagged metal wreckage.
The land I'm in is barren and dry. No sign of life anywhere. It's all just dirt, earth, and rubble. To make matters worse, a sandstorm is starting to whip up, causing me to cough. I pull my now tattered black robe over my nose and mouth and keep going. I have to find Tuuli. She's nowhere in sight. As I'm just about ready to give up hope, I see a shadow in the distance. Despite the pain, and the sandstorm, I start running towards it. I keep going for what seems like hours but must have only been a few minutes. Finally, I'm almost there. My in