Joan of Hell: Ocean

Joan of Hell: Ocean

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Genre: Fantasy

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Status: Finished

Genre: Fantasy

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In this long overdue second installment of the Joan of Hell series, our heroes, Joan and Susej must cross a bridge over a massive ocean while also encountering dangerous creatures of the sea. The reason why this took so long to actually get done is because I've been putting my focus on other projects and didn't have a balanced schedule to do both. Now I do and I promise the next one won't take me almost a year to get to. If you like this story, be sure to let me know in the comments and share this with your friends and family if you want. Thank you and enjoy :D
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In this long overdue second installment of the Joan of Hell series, our heroes, Joan and Susej must cross a bridge over a massive ocean while also encountering dangerous creatures of the sea. The reason why this took so long to actually get done is because I've been putting my focus on other projects and didn't have a balanced schedule to do both. Now I do and I promise the next one won't take me almost a year to get to. If you like this story, be sure to let me know in the comments and share this with your friends and family if you want. Thank you and enjoy :D

Chapter1 (v.2) - part 1: the kraken whale

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Submitted: February 14, 2017

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Part 1: The Kraken Whale

The bridge looked man made as it had a very rocky design, similar to that of the Great Wall of China. I asked Susej who made it, but he just shrugged. My best guess was that the people who were had escaped from Hell somehow managed to get this fair and built the bridge from scratch. Either that or Theodore made the bridge himself so we could cross it.
"I bet I could just carry us with the water," I then said, "we'd be there much faster."
"But, the danger," Susej said, nervously.
"Relax. Whatever's in there won't notice us."
As Susej hung on to me, we stepped onto the water before I raised us up with a wave. I pushed us forward and for a moment it was quiet. Suddenly, Susej started tugging my arm and panicking as if he'd seen a ghost.
"Danger! Danger!" he kept shouting.
"What the hell is the matter with-"
I was cut off when we were lifted up into the air by a spout of water. We were both screaming our heads off as we almost touched the clouds and continued screaming as we came back down. I caught us with a wave before we crashed into the water, which probably could've killed us on contact.
"What the hell was that?!" I exclaimed after we settled.
"Danger! Danger!" Susej yelled, "Must leave water! Must leave water!"
"Will you calm down! Whatever it was is go-"
Just then, we were lying on our bellies against what appeared to be a giant tongue. When I looked up, I screamed in horror as a giant mouth full of teeth was about to close down on us. Thinking fast, I lifted the water from under us and shot us back to shore before that thing could swallow us whole.
When we were back on land, I hyperventilated as if I almost got shot in the chest. I took a good long look at the creature as it was about to dive down; it looked like a black Sperm Whale with two giant pairs of flippers.
"What...was that?" I asked, still catching my breath.
"Kraken Whale," Susej said, trembling, "It big, scary, hungry always!"
"How the hell did you get across the ocean without getting eaten by that thing?!"
Susej pointed to the bridge and said, "Only safe way."
"How long did you say it took you to cross? A week?"
"5 Suns."
"Well Kraken Whale or not, we're getting to the other side of this ocean in at least 5 minutes."
I got to my feet and lift the water from under us before shooting us forward.
"Danger! Danger!" Susej kept shouting.
"It won't catch us at this speed," I said to him.
"Please back! Please back!"
"We're not going back so just shut-"
I was cut off when a mighty roar boomed in my ear. It was so loud, I had to cover my ears, which in turn made me drop the wave we were on. When we fell into the water, my eyes widened as the Kraken Whale was charging at us with immense speed. Thinking quickly, I grabbed Susej and rose shot us up away from the beast.
"That," I began, panting, "was close."
My heart then skipped a beat as the Kraken Whale rose from the water with its jaws wide open. I tossed us to the side before it took a bite of the spout I made. I held Susej close as we crashed into the water before the beast fell on top of us.


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