Silver Blood (HK & Arclite)
The creature of legend lie peacefully on a bed of wild flowers in a field of pinks, blues, yellows, and purples. It was picture perfect, the way the beacon of light from the moon shone down on her; illuminating her pearly white, iridescent fur. The cool breeze was refreshing to say the least, the green grass moved in sync with the flowers, dancing and blending their colors, a true sight for anyone to behold. She neighed lightly, repositioning herself on her bed of flowers. She didn't get time like this in her own realm. Everyone, and everything is constantly watching you there; some friendly, some not. It was reassuring though, the sense of being alone wasn't as great in her own world, but here she had no one but herself. If the stories about humans were to be true, a unicorn had no place in a world like this. It's a beautiful thing, she thought,being able to live such a long fulfilling life and retiring to an even better place than our own world. The elders say when your time is done in our world, all those residual feelings you've been holding onto dissolve and you're instantly at peace. At that moment, Aura's mind flashed with vivid pictures of an elder unicorn whose horn had fully matured, shining the yellowest of golds and running through a gorgeous field just like this one. She closed her eyes, sighing lightly to herself as the breeze combed through her long illustrious white mane.
Aura lifted her eyelids to reveal a pair of large, black, almond shaped eyes. She registered her surroundings, noting that the moon still shined brightly. Looks like I have a few hours left to play... Aura rolled all her weight onto one side before getting on her hoofs, and jaunted over towards a patch of dark grass grass. She surveyed the area cautiously, and leaned towards the grass, mane ruffling gently in the wind as she took her first bite. A small neigh escaped her lips as she chewed the grass. She figured the area was still clear and allowed herself to relax, dinner is much more enjoyable that way...