Author: woolyboi PM
Vanille wished to escape from the fate that had befallen her and her friends. Her past had left had left her overwhelmed with guilt over the countless amount of lives she had destroyed. She wanted to forget. Her wish takes them away from a world that wanted them dead, to an island where creatures from a time long gone once more walk the earth. Contains OcXVanilleRated: Fiction T - English - Adventure/Sci-Fi - Vanille & Fang - Chapters: 15 - Words: 14,842 - Follows: 2 - Updated: 09-24-12 - Published: 06-17-12 - id: 8227999
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207 Miles West of Costa Rica
This was not the way Iain expected he would be spending his summer. How his friends had managed to talk him into to going he still wasn't sure, true he was interested in dinosaurs (he had been as far back as he could remember), but even he knew that this place shouldn't exist. They were all gone now, he was the only one left. It had been three weeks since he went missing before he had finally given up any hope he had of being rescued. The only thing he could do now was just make it through each day before his time came up.
Right now he was on one of his daily routines, looking for food. Since this place was abandoned more than fifteen years ago there was hardly any food leftover and anything that was leftover was usually gone off. It was hard for him to get food on the island, usually he would find small insects or dinosaurs like the compies to eat, both tasted disgusting. On certain occasions he would find fruit among the trees or soybeans, he normally rejoiced at this because it was one of the very few pleasures he had of being on the island. Today he was trying his luck with fishing. He never looked forward to this. He knew the dangers of going down by the river, both carnivores and herbivores have to drink and it's a perfect place for bigger carnivores to get unsuspecting prey and they didn't get any bigger than Spinosaurus the largest predator on the island. Iain knew that the creatures territory was near the water and he had experienced first hand one of its hunting strategies. It would hide beneath the water and when prey got close enough it would lunge out of the water and grab it, similar to a crocodile.
He jumped into the water to begin his hunt. Jokingly he said to himself ' I might as well get a much needed wash as well as my lunch from this.' With his spear held tightly in his hand he managed to locate a small fish. He threw the spear at it but it swam out of the way quickly before it could hit it. He tried several more times before the sound of footsteps caught his ear. He looked to the bank of the river and saw the Spinosaurus staring right at him. Giving a snarl it made its way towards him. He swam as quick as he could to the other side. The Spinosaurus had no problem in keeping up, it was already a well better swimmer than he was on the other side of the river 10 seconds after Iain had made it. Iain made his way through the dense jungle with the Spinosaurus not far behind. He came into a clearing and managed to run into a large herd of Hadrosaurs, which began to panic, now not only did he have to worry about getting eaten but also getting trampled by these herbivores who were normally harmless. They didn't seem to notice who or what got in their way as long as they weren't in the jaws of the carnivores. Iain looked behind and saw that the Spinosaurus had switched its interest from him to the Hadrosaurs, immediately he seized the opportunity to run back into the jungle to get out of the stampede and the Spino.
As he made his way back to what he considered his home he couldn't help but think what was worse, the fact that he had used up most of his energy running away and was finding it extremely hard to catch something, or that he didn't just let the dinosaurs finish him off and put an end to his misery. Common sense would have told him to stay away from the river in case the Spinosaur would come back, but he knew he had to catch something to eat. After many failed attempts he finally managed to catch one of the small fish he had been hunting earlier. As he made his way back the thought of just ending it all came across his mind. It did seem to be the best choice for him and it had crossed his mind before, he was all alone, he wasn't sure if anybody was even looking for him or his friends. 'No' he said 'I have to go on'. He didn't know why, in a way he knew that he would make it, he would return home, he would go on with his life, one day this will all be just a memory.
Elsewhere across an entirely different world, a group of people were also trying to survive out in a place so far from home. Little did any of them know that their paths would cross in the most cruel and unforgiving place on earth. Isla Sorna.