Eris's Journey By LoverOfEris101

Chapter one: Readings

A war had begun. I knew, because Laval had told me, and I had sort of been caught in the middle.

Laval is a lion prince of the Lion Tribe, and a good friend, though I have feelings that are too strong for me to explain for the time being…

My name is Eris. I am a warrior/princess of the Eagle Tribe, but I find it okay.

I love adventure, though sometimes it can really get out of, err, talon.

I also, really, REALLY like riddles and jokes, even though some people don't get them.

"Eris, did you hear me?" said Laval, snapping me out of my trance. His amber-colored eyes were very distracting sometimes…


"It's okay if you didn't hear me. What I said was, why Cragger? He was so…so… good! Even if he was slightly mischievous!"

Cragger, the new king of the Croc Tribe, had started a war by getting Laval in trouble for busting into the Chi temple, and that started a big war. Then Cragger's parents had fallen into a crevice, and they had supposedly died in there. Then, supposedly avenging his fallen parents, he went to war with us, his allies, the Wolf, Raven Tribes, also helped, and that caused the big war.

"What about that croc he was with? She seemed, I don't know, suspicious." I said.

"So you're saying it's not his fault that he is this way?" he said, excitedly. Ever since the war had started, he had been searching for a reason for why he was doing this.

"Um, yes?"

"Good!" He said, satisfied

Later that night, I just couldn't sleep. I tried thinking ahead for yesterday, but I still couldn't fall asleep. So I got out of bed, and looked out to the sky. I suddenly saw something in the corner of my eye. A book! I thought. It would be perfect! I usually fell asleep looking at books for long hours. I looked at the book and gasped. Behind it was a creature I had never seen before in all of Chima. "Guards!" I cried.

Instantly two guards where in the room. They looked at the body and gasped. "We must summon Elwad!"

Two minutes later, Elwad was in the room. "Very Disturbing." He said. I looked at him. "What is it?" I asked, nervous.

"It is something I have never seen before. Quick, you should look at that book." He replied. He pointed at the book that was in its hands, and I quickly pulled it from its grasp.

And then, I discovered something amazing and disturbing