Scout's Courage Part 4 A few hours later, Scout sat at a table under another bare ligthtbulb. She fiddled with the radio while Shabba watched.Scout's Courage Part 4 by Rebel-Rider
A yellow Rygol stepped into the room. Her clothes were immaculate, and she walked with an air of authority.
“General Amelia.” Shabba saluted.
Scout stopped messing with the radio and stood. So this was the leader of the insurgency.
“You must be Scout,” Amelia said. “Please, explain what you’re doing.”
Scout pointed to the radio guts spread out across a table. “A while ago, I found out two members of my team, Kasky and Kie, were using modified Grakon radios to contact each other.” Scout chuckled. “They act like they hate each other, but they’re secretly in love and they wanted a private way to keep in contact. I was bored so I figured out how to modify my o
Scout's Courage Part 3 “I haven’t found any sign of drugs in her system, other than the usual antibiotics and some remnants of Grakon anesthesia,” a male Rygol said. “Her wounds are consistent with a grenade blast, one toe blown off, various minor burns, and a bad cut on her head, probably from falling. There’s some old scaring too, but no other injuries.”Scout's Courage Part 3 by Rebel-Rider
Scout’s ears twitched. Were they talking about her?
“No sign of Grakon brainwashing?” Shabba’s voice answered.
“Not that I can tell. Still, we need to be careful. Grakon are evil, not stupid.”
Scout opened her eyes. She lay on a table in a small room. A bare lightbulb hung from the ceiling. Shabba and the brown Rygol she’d seen earlier sat on chairs near the improvised operating table. So far, they hadn’t noticed her.
I'm a twenty-something Montana country girl. I'm an aspiring Christian artist and writer.
I have more experience drawing animals than humans.
Almost every picture I draw has a story behind it and pretty much every creature I draw is one of my characters.
I normally don't thank people for favorites but I try to give a person llamas for faves.
Even though I draw quite a few wolves, and other predators, I come from a family who hunts both for food and to protect our livestock. I strongly support hunting animals, even wolves, to control the population and reduce livestock predation.