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At the Heart of Everything - Part 1

At the Heart of Everything - Part 2
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Keywords male 646545, wolf 112349, dragon 81887, pet 5162, auction 3371, master 3196, series 1986, multiple 1234, d.w.h 5, charecter 3, developement 2
At The Heart of Everything

Part 1

               Leaning against the far wall in the corner, I watched as many different dragons; (other members of my own species) took their seats. The room is filled with the stale scent of sweat, now it begins to fill with the scents of musk and lust, filling the air, making it thick and humid; I try my hardest to not gag, as I don’t want to draw attention to myself.

So I look forward, concentrating on the circular stage in the centre, surrounded by row after row of chairs. The room is dimly lit; the only main source of light is from a spotlight on the stage.

This is a slave auction. I had sworn to myself that I would never come to one of these so long as I still breathed. Yet the position I hold in my own species, it would seem very suspicious if I didn’t have at least one slave/pet. So I stand here at the back, waiting for everyone to take their seats and for the auction to begin. On the stage stood a brown scaled drake, he looked around the room and then cleared his through. Getting our attention no doubt, so this was is, my first ever slave auction.

“Gentlemen, welcome to today’s auction. We have a large selection for you to choose from. So without any delay I present our first item.”

I watched as the pushed a young looking fox into the spotlight, completely naked besides the collar around his neck, wrists bound in front of him, his head hung low and tail just hung behind him. I wanted to go over there and release him, but I stayed where I was, unfortunately this was the way of my species. Already a very powerful and wealthy race, we usually get what we want through the use of force, invasion, hostile take over’s and many other ways. I am ashamed to say that I have had to take a role in some of these events, but I don’t stay around, break up families and gather those that can be sold off for a profit to others.

“SOLD… To the drake sitting in the third row, please go to the lounge and be ready to collect your purchase.” I watched as the fox was led off stage, a second later a disgusting grey dragon stood up, severely overweight and just plain ugly.

I grew up pretty quickly, currently only 21 years of age, yet I have a toned body, an intellect as sharp as some of our elders. Not to mention feared and looked up to by my entire species, to be honest I hate it all.

“Up next is a beautiful, female lynx.” I heard the announcer say.

I don’t know how much time is passing; I just stand here in my little corner, watching as slave after slave is bought. I scratch my chin and yawns, I just wanted to leave, though I wanted to help I knew I couldn’t, I had to watch these poor mammals be sold off. Most of them had been picked up during the Great War between the mammals and dragons. I was a general in that war, even though I was only just into my teens. It was because of who I was, what I was born to be. So when war came, they came to me, made me a general and I followed orders. I still have nights where I relieve those times.

 With great relief we finally come to the last one.

“Gentlemen, you are in for a real treat. Our last lot here is a special one, only 18 years of age and only just broken in. We have this.” He proclaimed as a wolf was pushed into the spotlight. My eyes went wide and my tail twitched as I gazed upon him.

 "Here we have a 5'9" all black wolf, small patch of white fur on his right thigh in the shape of a crescent moon, quite unique. His eyes are a deep amber colour. As you can see his body is slim and toned, quite the hotty if you ask me. The two large angel wings on his back should make him that little bit sexier, but don't worry they have been clipped, so no flying off for this young prize.”

I heard a ripple of mutterings from the audience as everyone talked and nodded their heads. But I kept my eyes on the wolf. Like the rest he only wore a collar, his wrists bound in front of him, yet his head is also held low, ears flat against his head, yet they twitch every now and then. Listening as his fate was decided.

“Can we begin the bidding at £250,000?”

“One million,” a drake to my left yelled out.

“One and a half million,” this was getting out of hand.

“Two million” the drake that said that growled at the wolf.

That’s when the wolf looked up, only by a fraction, but he looked up, his amber eyes looking around, probably wanting to know who was bidding on him. Instead they found my silver eyes, and we just stared at one another. I could feel it, in that one gaze. I could hear the silent plea. “Help me.”

“Six million” I said softly, yet loud enough so that everyone could hear me. Heads turned, followed by a few gasps as they looked. I walked forward out of my corner, towards the stage, looking at all the drakes I passes, my face stern and eyes giving off a soft glow. No one looked back at me. Reaching the stage I looked at the announcer.

“Sir Drait, it is an honour to have you here. D…do you really wish to spend 6 million on this slave? I…I am sure we could find you a better one.”

“No. I want this one, you got that?” I turned and faced the audience. “Who here would dare out bid me? This slave is mine.” I looked at the wolf, giving him a soft nod of the head before turning my gaze once again at the auctioneer. “You are to have him ready for me. I’ll be waiting in the lounge to collect him.” With that I headed out. Not looking back and keeping a stern face on.

In the five minutes it took them to bring me the wolf I had just bought had given me enough time to get the cash. Through a pair of double doors an emerald green drake brought him though, leading the wolf in by the leash attached to his collar. I gave the drake his money and then asked him to leave.

The wolf had his head up, looking up at me in the eyes, probably trying to see what kind of drake I was. I looked down and then smiled softly.

“What’s your name?” I asked as I circled him, looking him over.

The wolf stayed silent. “It’s ok. I give you permission to talk.”

I was waiting another minute before a heard him say softly “M…my name is Jasper. T…thanks… for giving me permission to speak master.”

I nodded my head and then took the end of his leash. “Come on.” I said softly as I gave it a soft tug. Leading him out of the auction house and into the streets, the weather outside had deteriorated, now heavy rain fell upon the city. I shook my head and began to lead Jasper through the streets, ignoring the looks I got from the other drakes.

The walk to my home was a long one. The wolf walking behind me, staying silent, barely even looking up as his fur became clogged with rain. Glancing back I observed him for a few minutes, noticing that he had begun to shake a little. That’s when I stopped, removed my jacket and draped it over his shoulders.

“Here, wear this.” I said softly watching him clutch my jacket to his body.

“Th….thank you sir” He said softly as I began to walk on.

“But what about you, won’t you get cold now?” He asked a few minutes later. I shook my head and smiled back at him softly.

“No I’ll be ok, we dragons are a lot of things, some of them not positive. But one thing we are is that we are very hard to feel the cold.”

After that Jasper went back to being quiet. My house was on a large estate on the outskirts of the city. The house itself was modern, not as big as many of the other new developments that have been recently been built. But I didn’t care. I liked the fact that I had my own private forest, which came in handy when I wanted to train. I escorted Jasper in and turned on the lights; I unbound his wrists as well as removed the leash.

“If you go upstairs and go into the first door on the right you’ll find a bathroom. Go get warm and clean, I’m sure that those slavers weren’t very kind to you in that regard.” I said, throwing the leash and rope into a bin.

“Ok master Drait.” The wolf said softly before walking up the stairs and disappeared

While Jasper took his shower I went into my bedroom and got him some clean clothes. Digging out an old pair of green shorts that I knew would possibly fit him; everything else was way too big. I went to the bathroom and knocked softly,

“Jasper I am leaving some shorts for you on the side, and just to let you know, the towels are in the top draw to the left of the shower.” I looked at the blurred shape that stood still behind the glass.

“Thank you master” Jasper replied, his voice flat… and that’s when I noticed it. There was something different about his voice that sent chills down my spine.

Going downstairs my mind was thinking about his voice, trying to figure out what exactly it was that unnerved me so much. But in the end I just pushed it out of my mind, deciding that I should make some of the broth that my mother used to make me, I knew that it would warm the wolfs bones. I turned on some music and began to cook, a smile appearing on my face as I just lost myself in the words and did something I enjoyed.

I didn’t notice Jasper standing in the kitchen doorway, wearing my old shorts and watching me. Softly he ended up giving a soft cough which made me freeze and then blush deeply. The scales on my cheeks growing darker, I turned to him and composed myself.

“Sorry about that, I ….I just kind of loose myself when I’m cooking.” I said, pouring the steaming broth I had made into two bowls. I placed one bowl in his paws before sitting down at the table. Jasper stood there for a few minutes before joining me. Looking at the broth with suspicion for a few minutes, he watched me as I ate my own, then deciding that it hadn’t been poisoned or something he took a sip.

I watched him carefully, smiling as his eyes grew a little brighter and saw his tail give a brief swish behind him.  Eating in silence I couldn’t help but notice that the wolf was indeed quite attractive. Yet I still had no idea what I would do to him, or even what I should do to him. I knew what others would expect me to do, but the very thought repulsed me. So when the meals had finished and the washing done I lead the wolf upstairs to one of the spare bedrooms.

“This is your room. There are spare blankets and a change of bedding in the cupboards as well. Tomorrow I’ll go into town and get you some more decent clothes for you to wear.”

Jasper just nodded his head in response, walking in and taking a seat on the edge of the bed. I gave him a smile before closing his door, not seeing the look he gave me as I left. Walking down the hallway to my own room I gave off a yawn. It had been a long day, and I knew the days ahead would be even longer, I had ended up with a pet when I didn’t even want one. That’s when I got a headache and just flopped onto my bed. Sleep creeping over me slowly before I drifted off into an uncertain sleep.

I don’t know why it happened, as I had never done it before, but in the middle of the night I woke up. My eyes opening slowly, taking a few seconds to get adjusted to the darkness that my room was plunged in. That was when I saw him, standing over me. It was Jasper and his amber eyes were looking directly at me.

“Jasper…” I asked in an uneasy tone.

Jasper just stood there for a few seconds before raising his right paw, my eye widened when I saw the glint of the blade in his paw. I stared at the blade and then into Jaspers eyes. Looking for a reason, a motive for this… but I didn’t find one. I knew that I could stop him then and there; it would just take a fraction of a second. But I hesitate, I do nothing, I just stare into at him.

“Do what you think you feel you need to Jasper.” I say softly.

The wolfs eyes widened at what I said, I saw his lip tremble a little, but then he clenched his eyes closed and he howled out. His paw brought the blade down in one swift motion, aiming to pierce my heart and end my life.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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This is a story series that i am writing for my wonderful pet Jasper. We decided to write a story about a way in which we became master and pet. Unfortunately for me i had an idea which was too big for just one story, so it's become a series. I hoep ou guys like it as much as i have enjoyed writing it.

BTW it dose get more yiffy later on lol.

Later, D.W.H

Charecters © Myself and Jasper Obsidian Longfur

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male 646,545, wolf 112,349, dragon 81,887, pet 5,162, auction 3,371, master 3,196, series 1,986, multiple 1,234, d.w.h 5, charecter 3, developement 2
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Type: Writing - Document
Published: 7 years, 6 months ago
Rating: General

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